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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From ypsilanti Michigan Colin Ipsilanti my favorite city that starts with an unexpected why What do you do there in excellent I'm an engineer at Ford Motor Company I work under autonomous vehicle program actually Are you basically I mean since you work on these things are you how confident seriously are you that they're not going to become self aware and kill us all I'm not entirely sure I don't think I'm high up in the food chain for to be spared Yeah I think the most important thing is that you never give them the ability to change their own oil Because as long as they need us for that eventually they'll seize up right Right maintain some sort of control I like that Build in a fail safe is what I'm saying Colin welcome to the show You're going to play the game in which you have to tell truth from fiction Bill what is Collins topic Pivot Sometimes a company decides to go in a new direction for example Amazon went from bookstore to everything store Instagram went from exotic pet marketplace to photo sharing site NPR went from respected news organization to making things up about Instagram Our panelists are going to tell you about another company suddenly going in a surprising new direction Pick the one telling the truth you'll win the weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail You ready to play Yes I am All right first let's hear from Luke Burbank Apple has changed so many aspects of American life from how we communicate to how we pay for things I mean if not for Apple plus would we even know what a Ted Lasso is And now there's news this week that Apple wants to revolutionize another consumer experience How we buy actual apples And in all staff memo that leaked this week CEO Tim Cook described what he sees as a quote tremendous opportunity to become the dominant player in the fresh fruit space with a project titled Apple Macintosh two this time we're literally talking about the fruit Consumers tell us they're tired of walking into a grocery store and choosing from various giant piles of apples cooked explained in the memo what they want to do is go into a gleaming glass box where a person in a blue shirt disappears into the back for up to an hour while retrieving a single apple in either gold graphite or space gray Cook is expected to officially announce the Macintosh two This time we're literally talking about the fruit At the next company meeting in June the apples will retail for $199 each or $250 with the charger which doesn't work with any other existing Apple products The Apple Macintosh two an actual Apple this time the newest product from Apple computers your next story of a company mixing it up comes from Roxanne Roberts Last month three luxury goods stores named Bonn bellonte opened.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With a new app called kid count a map app for adults who need help keeping count of their kids and the numbers associated with them Parents account do math struggle with many aspects of parenting try picking up your kids from school without quite knowing how many there are supposed to be Kid count helps keep track of how many kids you have and also tracks the passing of time Too many 15 year old kids are being jammed into strollers and fed mashed sweet potatoes because their parents never quite grasped how many units of time they owned them for At the launch of kid count and exhausted woman named doreen Richardson told reporters This app helped me to understand that I have 5 children It was a shock for sure but it explains a lot Plus they are all different Oh what's that called Yeah different ages So that's interesting All right I gotta lie down Kid counts A new phone app to help parents keep track of their kids How many they have that is Your next story of pluses and minuses comes from Luke Burbank America land of the free home of the not particularly great at math Which I know sounds a little harsh but there is evidence to back that up specifically the story of a and W versus the McDonald's quarter pounder Here's what happened Back in the 1980s the quarter pounder was a huge success so a and W decided they'd try to get in on the action But by actually doing one better they were going to introduce the a and W third of a pounder In a random taste test participants even said they liked the a and W burger better So it should have been a runaway hit right Same price larger burger Well not exactly because you see those same taste testers also reported they'd be less likely to buy the one third pounder than the quarter pounder because they thought it was smaller Flash forward to 2021 and a and W's recent announcement that they are trying again to take on the quarter pounder with their new offering the a and W three ninths burger That is right Three ninths of a pound which is way bigger than a quarter of a pound The burger is a limited time offer but a and W says if they run out of the three ninths burger customers can special request a two 6th of a pound burger.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Area where there's an extravagant diorama another 19th century technology set up here like a Dutch painting like a memento mori still life but this is a memorial to some of the black people who have been killed by police Curator Tom eccles says weems looks at our divided country are divided politics and makes it personal As a viewer and she doesn't let you off the hook and I think that's what gives it a real resonance and power But I hope that I'm doing that in a way that allows for deeper kind of journey a deeper personal journey the kinds of questions that we have to ask ourselves about who we are what we are who we want to be how we want to engage the world In other words she says this is the shape of the world Do you want it to change badly enough to change yourself At the end you can reflect on that question You walk inside a mesh curtain and there's a large glowing photograph of the moon Leading up to it is a staircase and a door You can sit in front of that door for a long long time You can wonder if it opened Whether you would go through Jennifer vanasco WNYC news Support for WNYC comes from Apple original films presenting coda screenplay written by and directed by Sean hayter starring newcomer Emilia Jones and Marley matlin more at FYC Apple TV plus dot com rated PG-13 On last week's wait wait Luke Burbank refused to believe Boris Johnson's denials that his office held in the legal Christmas party Yeah he looks like he was.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Don't tell me the NPR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we are playing this week with Chris Stella alang zo Maeve Higgins and Luke Burbank And here we go is your host who burst into tears when he was reunited with his podium It's Peter's Hegel Thank you Bill And it's called a lectern And just a minute Bill gets deep vein boss In our listener limerick challenge game if you'd like to play give us a call when Triple H wait wait That's one triple 8 9 two four 8 9 two four Right now panel some more questions for you from the week's news Chris Stella Jenna Ryan is the Texas real estate agent who flew in a private jet to attack the capitol in January 6th and then bragged after she was caught that she would never go to jail Well she is about to go to jail In an last message to her fans on TikTok she says that in jail she hopes to do what She's going to lose 30 pounds and do yoga That is correct I think you even got the number your target weight correct So I can tell your team Jenna Am I right No but January 6 is my birthday Right Jeez Wait that was your party Miss Ryan became famous when she actually live streamed herself breaking into the capitol and she has managed to keep up that brash can do attitude as she prepares to do her 90 day stint in jail or as she calls it a freedom cleanse So like I said Ryan did a TikTok in a sports bra and yoga pants and she said she hopes prism will be a kind of spa with armed attendants in a really really strict curfew She said and this is all real I'm going to be able to work out a lot and do a lot of yoga and detox Hopefully they'll have some protein shakes and some protein bars She is going to be so disappointed when she finds out the only group fitness class they have is knife fights Well I can tell you from experience honey dieting is another form of prison And you've got to break out.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Which of these are the real story of trouble with math in the news Was it from May of the introduction of kid count from Luke Burbank the story of how a and W's third pounder burger failed but their three ninths burger might do well or from castella Alonzo the story of a contestant on a Japanese game show who just didn't realize how big things get when you double them every hour Which of these is the real story of math in the news Oh I think I'm gonna have to go with Luke's story because I want it to be true You're gonna go with Luke's story of how people just didn't want a one third pound burger when they could have a quarter pound burger and they're trying to fix that That's your choice all right Well we spoke to somebody who actually knows a little bit about this whole thing So we just rebranded with our three nights pound burger because three 90s it's clearly bigger than one quarter That was Liz basner She's the senior director of marketing for a and W restaurants talking about the three ninths pound burger Congratulations to you Spencer You got it right you've earned a point for Luke You have won our prize the voice of your choice on your voicemail Thank you so much for playing with us today It's so much a dream come true It was a pleasure to have you You take care of Spencer Thank you bye Please turn down and now the game where people who do really cool stuff do something lukewarm Can we come up with another temperature name Now Bashir salahuddin grew up with his family in the south side of Chicago He made it as a TV comedy writer He wrote for Jimmy Fallon some others and when it came time to create his own show he chose the funniest place he knew the south side of Chicago Bashir.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Who need help keeping count of their kids and the numbers associated with them Parents who can't do math struggle with many aspects of parenting try picking up your kids from school without knowing how many there are supposed to be Kid can't help keep track of how many kids you have and also tracks the passing of time Two Manny 15 year old kids are being jammed into strollers and fed mashed sweet potatoes because their parents never quite grasp how many units of time they owned them for At the launch of kid counts and exhausted women named Dorian Richardson who told reporters this app helped me to understand that I have 5 children It was a shock for sure but it explains a lot Plus they are all different Oh what's that called Yeah different ages So that's interesting All right I gotta lie down Kid count A new phone app to help parents keep track of their kids how many they have that is Your next story of pluses and minuses comes from Luke Burbank America land of the free home of the not particularly great at math which I know sounds a little harsh but there is evidence to back that up specifically the story of a and W versus the McDonald's quarter pounder Here's what happened Back in the 1980s the quarter pounder was a huge success so a and W decided they'd try to get in on the action But by actually doing one better they were going to introduce the a and W third of a pounder In a random taste test participants even said they liked the a and W burger better So it should have been a runaway hit right Same price larger burger Well not exactly because you see those same taste testers also reported they'd be less likely to buy the one.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"It's Mr Luke Burbank. Hey, there, Karen and the correspondent on the Daily Show and the Voice of Honeybee on the Great North. It's dull, Say Sloan, Uh, of all the things I could say There's nothing that I could say that would be okay. For what I thought A flat white was. So it's going to leave that off the table. I think you should Karen, welcome to the show. You're going to play Who's Bill this time? Bill Kurtis, of course, is going to read you three quotations from the week's news. If you can correctly identify or explain two of them, you'll win our prize. Any voice from our show you might choose On your voicemail. You ready to play? Yes. All right, Karen. Here we go. Your first quote is from somebody who had just spent four hours in a room with President Biden. There's no happiness in life. There's only a specter of happiness on the horizon. So we'll cherish that who maybe didn't have the best time in Geneva. I was at Russian President Vladimir Putin. Yes, The answer is Vladimir Putin. President Biden and Vladimir Putin met in Geneva on Wednesday for another important summit, where the U. S and Russia ask each other to stop doing something, and then they both laugh and keep doing that thing. As always, These summits aren't about issues but stagecraft in dominance displays. Biden scheduled his arrival after Putin so Putin couldn't keep him waiting, then very deliberately put out his hand and make Putin stepped forward to shake it right. In response, Putin then urinated on Air Force One, and both of them inflated their throat pouches. To appear larger. You know, Putin showed up at 104 right for one o'clock meeting, which must have made Donald Trump furious because one time he kept him waiting. 45 minutes. And one time he kept Angela Merkel waiting four hours. Well, apparently and this is true. Putin is known for this. Yeah, that's his power, so they actually said the protocol, people said, OK, Mr President, Putin will have to be there at one. Mr Biden will arrive at 1 30 just to keep him from doing that They're onto his tricks is what I'm saying. Camp Putin just reschedule. Hey, Sorry. Just out of the shower running late. Uh, sorry, is flashing a coup in my country Gonna be there at three. He's like texting parking right now. He's in the showers. Still, Putin's body language. I researched this this story. The way I research most news articles, I just did a Google image search. And just looked at all the photos of what was going on and Putin's body language when they're sitting in the chairs and that like library. Yeah, was very telling. He looked like a kid who was waiting to talk to the principal, but thought it was total Bs that he had to be there like he slouch by. Biden is like sitting up pretty, you know, sort of upright and like, looked pretty plugged into what's going on. And Putin just looks like The sucks. He really is The Judd Nelson in the breakfast club. National tyrants. Smoke them up, Johnny. All right here, Karen. Is your next quote. We are closed because I hate this job. That was a note left in a McDonald's drive through one of the many businesses facing a surge in their employees. Doing what Quitting. Exactly quitting..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From Gridiron to Gribble is a tasty report from Luke Burbank. The average NFL career lasts about three years. So what do you do with the rest of your life? You'd be doing what you love. You're not working. How about going to use a little bit of these muscles? I got a free and escalate to get in there. Oh, Food Network star. Would you get more injured from Footballer Frying Wings, football people like Oh, Do you miss playing football? No. Later on Sunday morning. Eddie Jackson goes from the gridiron to the griddle. You've seen a 70 year old chef, right? Have you ever seen a 70 year football player? Not a good one. Tracy Smith talks with former TV Zombie slayer Stephen Yang. And more. On the Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th 2021 We'll be back in a moment. You're listening to Sunday morning on CBS and You're listening to Sunday morning on CBS news radio. Can an international border In this time of cove, it stopped the course of true love. Question for Steve Hartman. Scott Myers of Detroit, Michigan, and Caroline Gagne of Windsor, Canada, are in one of the shortest long distance relationships in North America. We could literally wave it one another way batter and she would see me Scott and Caroline have been dating a couple years. They used to see each other all the time. But when covert closed all land border crossings to non essential travel this mile wide waterway Became an ocean. So what does it take for you to see him? Here we go. Right? So I get in my car drive 4.5 hours to the airport in Toronto got on an airplane flew literally back to where I had started to surprise him at work. That's how much I love. They've gotten together a few other times, but flights are expensive, so most of their visits are decidedly less intimate. Scott. I'm getting my binoculars out as we speak this past week, they came to the river at our request ICU to show just how close but yet so far they are. They're all water. I know. I miss our normal. You know, there are other fish in the Detroit River. So you're the 451st person. I believe that's asked that question in the last year. Um Scott is my person. Along our borders. There are thousands of couples like Caroline and Scott stranded on separate shores waiting for land crossings to open and I share their story today. Hopes that their curse illuminates your blessing to be stuck at home with the one you love on Valentine's Day sounds pretty perfect to them. And Caroline says well worth waiting for. We have a trip planned last March, where Scott was going to ask me a very important question. What's your favorite color? Exactly? So I'm very much looking forward to Scott Night being able to finally travels where he can ask me in a very romantic manner. What my favorite colors And what will the answer be? Yes and red. Sunday morning on CBS News Radio continues after this good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Oh, sure, Hmm. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep,.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Air. Learn more at Alaska air dot com. This'd is the live wire House party from Peter Arnett. Some Luke Burbank with Elena Pastorello as we do each week, we ask the live where listeners a question This week, we asked, Tell us about a mystery. You can't seem to solve Elena. What of the listeners saying are some things that are mysterious to them. Here's one from Keith that I think I might note sort of the answer to if I can remember back to when I took like, intrude a cultural anthropology 25 years ago, But Keith wants to know who decided to Order the alphabet. Like the order that the letters my God, because we order so much of our life using alphabetical order. So like why, How did they decide It Didn't start with Q. Right. So you actually know the answer to this, Elena? I don't know if I can articulate it, but I remember I took like an intruder, linguistics, anthropology class, and the alphabet was like this weird project from a lot of different cultures that were living like in and around Egypt. Thousands of years ago, like Canaanites and the phony shins, and then the Greeks picked it up kind of later, but they made symbols for sounds. And then they also associate ID those symbols with numbers. So the A B c, d e f G, which is not what it was back then, anyway, But like that order where there was a numerical order, like a was one and B was too or whatever, but of course, it didn't go in the direction that we wanted it to go now. And somebody added exit some point, But other people rejected the X. It's really It's really interesting. This is why David doesn't think I'm cool. I think it's cool that you know this stuff. More importantly, though, do you have to sing the alphabet song in your head? When you're trying to figure out you know.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks. What about you, Kurt? Were you obsessed with this stuff? Or did it just ramp up when you started working with Roman Uh um, Like one of my earliest memories of playing as a kid was drawing a floor plan of this old brick farmhouse We lived in upstate New York. So I don't know. Like maybe that was a sign. But yeah, Uh And then I studied architecture is I've been I've been looking at built environments for a long time now. Does it become a thing, though, where between the podcast and now the book? You're like the Terminator. You have some overlay. When you look at everything, where you're just sensing the hidden design and the heat pattern, or that might be the predator. I mix up my Schwarzenegger vehicles. It does have that effect like you can kind of There's a really legend will information layer on the belt world you can kind of tap into and it does take some discipline, and I can like Can operate in the world without being distracted by every little thing, But but But it's definitely more there than there ever has been before for May for sure. Yeah, I would. I would shift the medicine for TOC Star Trek and say it's like this book is going to assimilate you into that way of thinking too like we're basically infected you with, like Making you part of the hive. Mind that will they go out and look at the world differently? Yeah, Outside of the obvious premise of kind of the things that we don't see. What was the organizing principle for this book? How did you both decide what was actually going to be in here? Spreadsheets s. So we've been doing the show for 10 years and You know, the show is about design and very broad sense. It could be about a building but also could be about the origin of the song who let the dogs out. You know it, So we have lots of things that we that we actually cover and so one of the things that we did in the very beginning or curved it. Actually, he just put up this huge spreadsheet of every story we've ever done and then stories that he's written for the website and then stories that were just kind of about cities that we were interested in because The organizing principle is that it's a field guide to kind of every city. It's like all the mundane objects in the city. No matter where you are, it's relevant and so had to be an object that you could find in the city and then just rank them from 1 to 5 and then talked about it. And and it was. It was really like one of those things. That was a process. You know, I was like, you know, like as a radio person. For 20 years. I was like, Let's just put on all the good stuff, you know, you know, like every good story. We should try to throw it in there. And he was definitely unthinking minds of like the sort of semiotics and troops of a field guide and about like what goes to the next and boasts the next. So it has a reader experience as well. And he was like the guardian of that mindset and and I was always like Let's do the thing where the explosion happens, like, you know, like that that's out. That's why I said approaching it. This is the live wire house party coming to you by way of p r X. I'm Luke Burbank. At my house. Elena Pastorello is checking in from her house and we're talking to Roman Mars and Kurt Cole stead from the 99% invisible podcast..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is the live wire house party coming to you by way of p r X. I'm Luke Burbank at my house over at her house. Very ba sweltered this week is the later Pastorello. It's It is not a subtle sweater is it's just a lot of sweater. It looks like maybe you took an Afghan just sort of wrapped yourself in its blanket style. But it looks very cozy. Yes, I need that soothing touch of knitwear today. We are listening to a conversation we recorded back in June with Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz. They have a show on Netflix. Middleditch in shorts were to talk to them more in just a moment. Stay with us. You never buy six pairs of anything unless it's socks. All right, And you never ever say they were a terrific deal. Happy, Frugal holidays this'll week on selected shorts. You can hear selected shorts coming up after a live wire tonight at eight o'clock, probably overnight and then some clouds tomorrow as well. A chance of rain increasing in the afternoon into the evening. It's 53 in San Francisco, 55 Oakland 48 in Santa Rosa and 53 in San Jose. A Marla Davies. Good evening. It's 7 21 livewire continues. Welcome back to the live wire House Party from P R X. I'm Luke Burbank here with Elena Pastorello. All right, let's get back to our conversation with comedians Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz talking about their improv, special middle ditch and shorts, which debuted on Netflix earlier this year. Were you guys in the early days considered rebellious because a lot of what's really fun about this show are the times when you're very clearly.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our version of the Nina, the Pinto and the Santa Maria, Meaning the Paula the Luke and the MAZ Jobrani. Hi, this is Liz Colin Genie from Burke, Virginia. Burke, Virginia. I don't know where that is, well part of Virginia. So it's actually like 20 minutes outside of D. C. If there's no traffic Oh, I said, but I know some people in Virginia who would say that's not really Virginia. That's Northern Virginia. Oh, yeah, well critical part of the cool part. Liz. It is great to have you with us. You're going to play the game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction. Bill. What is Lizzy's topic? What do we want it now? What do we want? I don't know. This week we heard about a piece of art or entertainment being held back under lock and key and the people are demanding access to it is that that episode of Hannity where he admits he voted for Hillary. Our Panelists are going to tell you pick the one is telling the truth and you'll win our prize. The weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail Ready to play. First up. Let's hear from Luke Burbank. For over five centuries, Art fans have been wondering. What exactly was the Mona Lisa smiling about India Vinci's classic painting. Well, we may finally have an answer. She was stoned out of her ever loving mind, at least according to an article published last week in The Oxford Art Journal by Halle Seitel, a prominent Renaissance scholar her evidence for this an earlier portrait of the Mona Lisa painted the day before the famous one by DaVinci, which is similar in every way. Except that in this version, Mona Lisa appears to be holding as the Italians would say, Dae Jin Tau Day marijuana a big old fat reefer in her right hand. According to the research paper, Lisa Gerrard Deanie, the Italian noblewoman who we think of as the Mona Lisa, suffered from terrible migraines and only found relief through cannabis. DaVinci Being a noted inventor as well as artist had designed the first indoor grow operation, complete with skylights in a complex system for irrigating the plants. Now no one has actually seen the painting where Mona Lisa is holding the joint. Seydel, The art expert found one mention of it in a diary that was kept by one of Da Vinci's assistants, which suggests that the canvas was actually turned around so DaVinci could paint on the other side. She believes the leading candidate for this masterpiece in the front party in the back is the Vinci's painting of Saint John the Baptist because of the microscopic cheese crumbs embedded in the paint. Indicating the artist may have had the munchies at the time of painting a long lost version of the Mona Lisa, which might explain what that smile means. Your next story of in demand media comes from Paula Poundstone. Writer director Ben Meckler recently attempted to view the digital release of the movie Cats on his home screen. Highway through he tweeted his cry for help. Quote. I desperately need a tell all book about the making of cats. It could really help me get through this and quote Fellow writer Jack Woz responded with a tweet that I Paula Poundstone will not be allowed to use the exact term because of broadcast radio restrictions. But I will read part of the controversial term and you fill in the rest with what is a golfer aiming his ball towards on a golf course. Here is writer Jack was his tweet that started a movement quote. Visual effects. Friend of a friend was hired in November to finish some of the 400 effects in the cat's movie. His entire job was to remove CG I but ah, that had been inserted a few months before which means somewhere out there, there exists a butt cut of cats, end quote. Soon hashtag release the butt cut was trending now that it has been unleashed this public demand for anatomically correct animated movie animals surely won't stop their online please of hashtag where our bucks private will follow the home release of call of the Wild. And that of the new King Kong will be dogged by hashtag release Kong schlong, the probably mythical but much demanded. But huh cut of cats. And finally, let's hear about something that people desperately want to see from Maz Jobrani. Before George Lucas sold his Star Wars franchise to Disney. He had an out of the box idea. What would it be like to do a podcast featuring all of his favorite characters being interviewed by ODA? And he would call it a yoed cast. Believe it or not, the yoed cast happened and the tapes are hidden somewhere deep in a bunker in Burbank, because Disney does not want them to see the light of day. Why you ask, interestingly enough. One other out of the box idea Lucas had was to have his golfing buddy Joe Pesci be the voice of Yoda in the yoed casts. As one could imagine the 10 episodes. Siri's quickly went from a podcast for all fans to a podcast. For adult fans. The Burbank is that was able to obtain some clips of the Siri's where Pesci has heard saying. Your name. What is? Why am I talking like this to wish the director replies. That's how your talks he flips his sentences to which Pesci replies. I want to come over there and flip a couple of sentences up your people on it goes downhill from there. When he interviews Luke Skywalker, Pesci is heard saying, What's the force mean to you? What kind of stupid question is that? Later, he asked Han Solo. When Chewbacca goes, You actually understand that crap, Although fans are clamouring to have the podcast released, Disney executive deny the tapes even exist when the Gazette tracked down George Lucas and Joe Pesci on the golf course and ask them Hey, she replied, You better get out of my face before I used the force to smack you over the head with his golf club. All right, Then one of these things Liz might actually exist. And if it does, people want to see it wasn't from Luke. A version of the Mona Lisa in which she is holding a spliff of some kind from Paula Poundstone. The butt cut of cats, which is, I guess the more anatomically correct version. And from Ma's a Yoda podcast with Avery profane Yoda, as voiced by Joe Pesci. Which of these really might be out there just tempting the fans. Well, I actually know the answer because I want to see the cat. But you do what you want to see the cat. But so, yes. So you're choosing Paula's story of the special cut of cats before they erased the cat butts? That's correct. Well, to bring you the real answer. We spoke to someone deeply involved in the real story. The decision was made to no longer include the bus in the movie cat. So a visual effects producer was brought into a race. All the realistic cat. That was Jack. Watch the man behind the movement called Release. The Congratulations was you got it right. You knew it all along. I hope you are able to see Aegis Elbaz, fake cat, But before you die Ah, you weren't also into point for Paula and you've won our prize The voice of your choice on your voice mail. Thank you so much, Liz for playing with us today. Thank you. Thank you. I'm being followed by a shadow. Share share When pod Mahalakshmi made.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To learn about a secret from the entertainment industry that would make our lives even better. Here's a bluff, the listener game featuring our version of the Nina, the Pinto and the Santa Maria, Meaning the Paula the Luke and the MAZ Jobrani. Hi, this is Liz Colin Deanie from Burke, Virginia. Burke, Virginia. I don't know where that is, well part of Virginia. So it's actually like 20 minutes outside of D. C. If there's no traffic Oh, I said, but I know some people in Virginia who would say that's not really Virginia. That's Northern Virginia. Oh, yeah, well critical part of the cool part. Liz. It is great to have you with us. You're going to play the game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction. Bill. What is Liz is topic. What do we want it now? What do we want? I don't know. This week we heard about a piece of art or entertainment being held back under lock and key and the people are demanding access to it is that that episode of Hannity where he admits he voted for Hillary. Our Panelists are going to tell you pick the one is telling the truth and you'll win our prize. The weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail Ready to play. First up. Let's hear from Luke Burbank. For over five centuries, Art fans have been wondering what exactly was the Mona Lisa smiling about India Vinci's classic painting. Well, we may finally have an answer. She was stoned out of her ever loving mind, at least according to an article published last week in The Oxford Art Journal by Halle Seydel, a prominent Renaissance scholar her evidence for this an earlier portrait of the Mona Lisa painted the day before the famous one by DaVinci, which is similar in every way. Except that in this version, Mona Lisa appears to be holding as the Italians would say, day. Gento Day marijuana a big old fat reefer in her right hand. According to the research paper, Lisa Gerrard Deanie, the Italian noblewoman who we think of as the Mona Lisa, suffered from terrible migraines and only found relief through cannabis. DaVinci Being a noted inventor as well as artist had designed the first indoor grow operation, complete with skylights in a complex system for irrigating the plants. Now no one has actually seen the painting where Mona Lisa is holding the joint. Seydel, The art expert found one mention of it in a diary that was kept by one of Da Vinci's assistants, which suggests that the canvas was actually turned around so DaVinci could paint on the other side. She believes the leading candidate for this masterpiece in the front party in the back is the Vinci's painting of Saint John the Baptist because of the microscopic cheese crumbs embedded in the paint. Indicating the artist may have had the munchies at the time of painting a long lost version of the Mona Lisa, which might explain what that smile means. Your next story of in demand media comes from Paula Poundstone. Writer director Ben Meckler recently attempted to view the digital release of the movie Cats on his home screen. Highway through he tweeted his cry for help. Quote. I desperately need a tell all book about the making of cats. It could really help me get through this and quote Fellow writer Jack Woz responded with a tweet that I Paula Poundstone will not be allowed to use the exact term because of broadcast radio restrictions. But I will read part of the controversial term and you fill in the rest with what is a golfer aiming his ball towards on a golf course. Here is writer Jack was his tweet that started a movement quote. Visual effects. Friend of a friend was hired in November to finish some of the 400 effects in the cat's movie. His entire job was to remove CG I but ah, that had been inserted a few months before which means somewhere out there, there exists a butt cut of cats and quote. Soon hashtag released the butt cut was trending now that it has been unleashed this public demand for anatomically correct animated movie animals surely won't stop their online please of hashtag where our bucks private will follow the home release of call of the Wild. And that of the new King Kong will be dogged by Hashtag released Kong schlong, the probably mythical, but much demanded. But huh cut of cats. And finally, let's hear about something that people desperately want to see from Maz Jobrani. Before George Lucas sold his Star Wars franchise to Disney. He had an out of the box idea. What would it be like to do a podcast featuring all of his favorite characters being interviewed by ODA? And he would call it Ah yoed cast. Believe it or not, the yoed cast happened and the tapes are hidden somewhere deep in a bunker in Burbank, because Disney does not want them to see the light of day. Why you ask, interestingly enough. One other out of the box idea Lucas had was to have his golfing buddy Joe Pesci be the voice of Yoda in the Yoda casts. As one could imagine the 10 episodes. Siri's quickly went from a podcast for all fans to a podcast for adult fans. The Burbank is that was able to obtain some clips of the Siri's where Pesci has heard saying your name. What is Why am I talking like this to wish, the director replies. That's how your dad talks. He flips his sentences to which Pesci replies, How about I come over there and flip a couple of senators up your people on it goes downhill from there. When he interviews Luke Skywalker. Pesci is heard saying, What's the force Mean to you? What kind of stupid question is that? Later, he asked Han Solo when Chewbacca goes, if you actually understand that crap. Although fans are clamouring to have the podcast released, Disney executive deny the tapes even exist when the Gazette tracked down George Lucas and Joe Pesci on the golf course and asked them, Pesci replied. You better get out of my face before I used the force to smack you over the head with his tough club. All right, Then one of these things Liz might actually exist. And if it does, people want to see it wasn't from Luke, a version of the Mona Lisa in which she is holding a spliff of some kind. From Paula Poundstone, the butt cut of cats, which is, I guess the more anatomically correct version and from Ma's a Yoda podcast with Avery profane Yoda, as voiced by Joe Pesci, which of these really might be out there. Just tempting the fans. Well, I actually know the answer because I want to see the cat. But you do what you want to see the cat. But so, yes. So you're choosing Paula's story of the special cut of cats before they raised the cat butts? That's correct. Well, to bring you the real answer. We spoke to someone deeply involved.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hey, it's Luke Burbank this week on the live wire house party. We're talking about escaping. You know, for no particular reason. Just thinking out loud here, we're going to have the hilarious Moses storm on the show as well as the inspiring Abdeen. Nor if tin and we've got music from Laura Fears Do not miss this week's live Warehouse party from P R X You can hear livewire tonight at seven right before at our body politick that starts at six. This is cake. Public radio. The time now is 5 40. Fine. Janine Hearst with these headlines. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is out of the hospital. A week after he was diagnosed with the Corona virus. He's one of more than a dozen people in President Trump's inner circle who have contracted the virus. A federal judge in Pennsylvania's throwing out a lawsuit filed by the Trump campaign over the States Pole watching law and its effort to limit how mail in ballots could be collected and which of them can be counted. Trump's campaign says it will appeal. At least one element of that ruling, and Texas is a G is appealing a ruling from a federal judge who's blocking an order by the governor of Texas to limit the number of drop boxes for mail in ballots. A decision means for now. Texas counties may again deploy more than one drop box. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news Support.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"L. as well as the public radio variety show live wire it's Luke Burbank this is lost on you but I put Cologne on which by the way means you're in the danger zone if you can smell someone's Cologne run you are too close next a contributor to CBS Sunday morning who will star off Broadway in her own solo show approval junkie is soon as off Broadway is a thing again it's faith so I learned that you of course you're gonna play who's bill this time bill Curtis is gonna redo three quotations from this week's news if you can correctly identify or explain just two of them you'll win our prize any voice from our show that you might choose for your voice mail you ready to go ready for your first quote here is the mayor of Las Vegas talking to Anderson Cooper this week we don't do bad things to people at all ever the mayor was insisting that despite her city's reputation as Sin City only good things will happen to people once Vegas does what re open yes exactly right mayor Goodman of Las Vegas says she's willing to let all the casinos and restaurants and bars in your city open for business despite the pandemic because as they say what happens in Vegas spreads to neighboring cities and then eventually across the country now when she was asked about whether she wants Vegas to be part of a such dangerous test she said they used to test nuclear bombs here and that worked out okay that's not a joke she said that the question isn't how she got elected to three terms the question is how is anybody in Las Vegas still alive under her just going to Vegas is playing Russian roulette since I mean Las Vegas the place where people notoriously make prudent and wise decisions I speak of the person who frequents casinos like don't leave it up to casino Luke to decide how roulette table he should be and she is she actually told Anderson Cooper in a CNN interview that she doesn't gamble she used to gamble but she doesn't gamble and of course she is playing with the lives of millions of people she became bored with the usual stakes one of gamble for the is this the same week that the gathering of the Juggalos was canceled yes the insane clown posse yeah has better public health awareness then the mayor of a major American city like shaggy two dope should be running Vegas at this point that would be a better situation but imagine how proud though mayor Goodman will be when the ball Lazio casino and hotel announces that the corona virus has been booked for three month residency they should say that this is part of this weird movement across the country people are holding protests against the lockdown holding signs like lockdown sucks and I want to hear cut and let me golf you know what's old tired thinking live free or die you know what's hot live free and die attached to that most people in Georgia are going to get when the tattoo parlors say to you you have to defend this whole tattoo parlor policy in Georgia since you are George and what's going on I just think that people in the south are itching to both we get rid of all things to open up first tattoo parlors and bowling alleys and pull their trying to re apply for naira nineteen thirty Atlanta yes look basically the the most important demographic in George's sailors on shore leave all right Elena your next quote is from someone on Twitter what if I just bought a barrel of it like just to have a run that was somebody thinking about investing in what's now that it is incredibly cheap I would be oil you're right clue to the price of a barrel of oil sunk below zero dollars you got so cheap it's priced negatively people level oil seriously have so much of it that they will pay you to take it off their hands this is leading to swarms of people rushing to Cushing Oklahoma to pick it up you know with just bringing all their extra Tupperware you get there to claim your hundred barrels of oil and then you realize you forgot all the lids I haven't always been perplexed by one element of the oil trade which is a certain kind of oil is always described as light sweet crude yes this is a guy who tasted it who where labor notes of the oil from that now is part of the description you've probably heard of this that with prices so low it's actually more expensive to buy a bottle of water than the same amount of crude oil and that may be the solution just make crude oil into a health drink it looks bad and it tastes terrible forget smartwater try stick water I I think that would turn some of us into some more away anyway people are desperate to try to find some place to put all this oil BP suggested just dumping it into the Gulf of Mexico saying quote it's worked before tell your mother the shocking amount of oil sixteen year old Luke Burbank's forehead the man was it light and sweet I it was screwed I'll tell you that yes all right Elena your last quote is from a psychologist talking about one of the burdens of our current moment you're watching TV but TV is also watching you people are getting tired of their TV's watching them now that we're all meeting people hal over the internet yes on a new psychological study published this week proves what we have all been figuring out for ourselves zoom meetings are exhausting everybody looks shocked because they're all ignoring each other and staring at their own face and thinking that must be a software glitch I cannot look like that you can't look away from the screen you can't lose focus because you don't know when all of a sudden somebody is going to ask you something it ruins you for looking at any other screen you watch Netflix you worry bojack horseman is going to look at you and ask for your take we've all become lighting designers right yes absolutely have have any of you assuming you've all been doing this taken care to arrange the background I mean we're not animals Peter so what have you what if I want to know what you've added and what you've removed if anything ms or any fire Singh added I've removed a lot of my stuffed animals because it starts to get a little bit creepy yeah a little bit I I have been tempted to look into maybe renting some small children to kind of walk behind me so it's durable yeah but he loves that bill how did Elena do on our quiz well the lady can tell the Mars rover she's perfect three other solutions and thanks to the exciting work that you do and I hope you find a way for us to follow the Rovers as soon none thank you very much thank you and it's taking it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's news look being in lockdown is hard but governor Andrew Cuomo is taking emergency measures to at least make it possible for people to New York to easily do what without leaving their homes hi I am not sure can I get a hint well instead of sickness and in health now it's just sickness I so people can get married from home yes exactly if you can't think of anything more romantic than getting married near the same couch you work eat sleep and attend zoom high school reunions from now you can dial up an ordained minister on zoom into it remotely if you live in New York it's basically a Vegas wedding but now the sticky floors an old beer stank they're all your fault I think there's something very romantic actually about about deciding in this moment that you that you the person that you're with in whatever residents here and you actually wanna make it more serious with them because that is I don't understand that logic but I've salone I guess if you've been able to survive five weeks living inside another person that person is the right person for you I think we can say right you've passed the acid test yeah I don't know there's that seven we get tended toward so you know I guess right now by the way I love it and the all sorts of traditions will spring up you'll select your resumes man right but I mean I I wish I could have gotten divorced by zoom that would've been a lot easier to Boris just log off right to leave meeting the ultimate coming up nothing comes between me and my bluff the listener game call one triple eight wait wait to play will be back in a minute with more of wait wait don't tell ME from NPR I'm Stephen up there on the next Freakonomics radio will Coleman nineteen spark Cold War or worse with China I think it's very clear that mishandling of the early prices significantly increased the price that every other country in the world is going to pay the U. S. spent the last few decades waiting for China to act like the global citizen said it wanted to be tweet maybe that's next time on Freakonomics radio Freakonomics radio three o'clock this afternoon early Sunday morning at.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wait don't tell ME the NPR news quiz I'm bill Kurtis we're playing this week with mas Joe brownie Paula Poundstone and Luke Burbank and here again is your host from the federal strategic toilet paper reserve in Chicago Peter Sagal thank you so much bill right now everybody it's time for the wait wait don't tell ME bluff the listener game you can call one triple eight wait wait to play our game on the air hi you're on wait wait don't tell me hi this is Liz calling beanie from Burke Virginia Burke Virginia I don't know where that is will part of Virginia so it's actually like twenty minutes outside of DC area if there's no traffic I said but I know some people in Virginia who would say that's not really Virginia that's northern Virginia yeah well to hell with those you're in charge now exactly where the cool part of Virginia the cool part Liz it is great to have you with this you're going to play the game in which you must try to tell truth from fiction bill what is Liz's topic what do we want it now what do we want I don't know this week we heard about a piece of art or entertainment being held back under lock and key and the people are demanding access to it is it that episode of Hannity where he admits he voted for Hillary our panelists are gonna tell you pick the one is telling the truth and you'll win our prize the weight waiter of your choice on your voicemail ready to play yes first up let's hear from Luke Burbank for over five centuries art fans have been wondering what exactly was the Mona Lisa smiling about intervention is classic painting well we may finally have an answer she was stoned out of her ever loving mind at least according to an article published last week in the Oxford art journal by Hallie sable a prominent renaissance scholar her evidence for this and earlier portrait of the Mona Lisa painted the day before the famous one by da Vinci which is similar in every way except that in this version Mona Lisa appears to be holding as the Italians would say the agent told the marijuana a big old fat reefer in her right hand according to the research paper Lisa juror Deanie the Italian noblewoman who we think of as the Mona Lisa suffered from terrible migraines and only found relief through cannabis da Vinci being a noted inventor as well as artist had designed the first indoor grow operation complete with skylights in the complex system for irrigating the plants there is speculation that this is why Mona Lisa would hang out in the studio for hours on end waiting for him to pass the dutchie pa on the left side and no no one is actually seen the painting we're Mona Lisa is holding the joint a state of the art expert found one mention of it in a diary that was kept by one of the Vinci's assistants which suggests that the canvas was actually turned around so da Vinci could paint on the other side she believes the leading candidate for this masterpiece in the front party in the back is the Vinci's painting of St John the Baptist because of the microscopic cheese crumbs imbedded in the paint indicating the artist may have had the munchies at the time of painting at a long lost version of the Mona Lisa which might explain what that smile means your next story of in demand media comes from Paula pounced on interpretations world whose inhabitants seem to agree on so little here is a heartening stories of people rising up in solidarity while still not touching to let their calls for the satisfaction of their common desires be heard on social media writer director Ben Meckler recently attempted to view the digital release of the movie cats on his home screen part way through he tweeted his cry for help quote I desperately need a tell all book about the making of cats it could really help me get through this and quote fellow writer Jack wise responded with a tweet that I Paula Poundstone will not be allowed to use the exact term because of broadcast radio restrictions but I will read part of the controversial term and you fill in the rest with what is a golfer aiming his ball towards on a golf course here is writer Jack was this tweet that started a movement quote a visual effects a friend of a friend was hired in November to finish some of the four hundred affects in the cats moving his entire job was to remove CJI but that had been inserted a few months before which means somewhere out there there exists a budget cut of cats and quote sure hash tag released the budget cut was trending now that it has been unleashed this public demand for anatomically correct animated movie animals surely won't stop their online please of hash tag where are box private will follow the home release of call of the wild and that of the new King Kong will be dogged by hashtag release Kong swarm the probably mythical but much demanded but cut of cats and finally let's hear about something that people desperately want to see from monster brownie before George Lucas sold his Star Wars franchise to Disney he had an out of the box idea what would it be like to do a podcast featuring all of his favorite characters being interviewed by Yoda any would call it you know to cast believe it or not the yield has happened and the tapes are hidden somewhere deep in a bunker in Burbank because Disney does not want them to see the light of day why you ask interestingly enough one other out of the box idea Lucas had was to have his golfing buddy Joe Pesci be the voice of Yoda in the old cast as one could imagine the ten episode series quickly went from a podcast for all fans to a podcast for adult fans the Burbank is that was able to obtain some clips of the series where Pesci is heard saying your name what is why my talking like this there was a direct the replies that's how iota talks he flips the sentences to which she replies how bout I come over and flip a couple of sentences up you'll be able to prepare and it goes downhill from there when he interviews Luke Skywalker is heard saying what's the force mean to you what kind of stupid question is later he asked Han solo what you pocket goes if you actually understand that crap although fans are clamoring to have the podcast released Disney executives deny the tapes even exist when the guys that tracked down George Lucas and Joe Pesci on the golf course and ask them she replied you better get out of my face before I use the force to smack you over the head with a golf club all right then one of these things Liz might actually exist and if it does people want to see it wasn't from Luke a version of the Mona Lisa in which she is holding a spliff of some kind from Paula Poundstone V. but cut of cats which is I guess the more anatomically correct version and from mama's a Yoda podcast with a very profanity to as voiced by Joe Pesci which of these really might be out there just tempting the fans well I actually know the answer because I want to see the cat what do you do what you want to see the cat but yes so you're choosing goal as story of the special cut of cats before they raised the cat **** that is correct well to bring you the real answer we spoke to someone deeply involved in the real story this is what made she no longer include the part in the movie cat so a visual effects producer was brought into a race all the realistic I thought that was Jack was the man behind the movement called release the congradulations is you got it right you knew it all along I hope you are able to see aegis elbows fake cat but before you die but you would also deployed for Paula and you've won our prize the voice of your choice on your voicemail thank you so much was for playing with us today thank you thank you take care of this this but and now the game where we ask people with lots of important things to do to waste just a few minutes of their time with us it's called not my job look everybody and not gonna lie to you we had a pretty impressive guest lined up for you today but they had to back out at the last minute but lucky for us we found someone else you know him as the host of the late show with Stephen Cole bear on CBS we know him as the guy to call when someone cancels on us Stephen Cole bear welcome back to wait wait don't tell me it's a okay you are you like a or a win win all the old Carol Burnett show announced a family show just the regular cast like couldn't get against the euro if we're part of our family than Steven I have to ask is because we're all sort of going through the same thing how are you doing how sheltering in place going for their call their family farm well I mean if you look white what it's like for other people if you know if anxious but they're just the sort of a sense of anticipation and I'm I'm leaving I'm eating a lot of old meat how old's even worry are you ready for you called I was grilling abuses take place I think was two and a half years old because my wife became a vegan about two and a half years ago right before she became a beacon she bought a large stake yeah even the part about it is happens you go when you get a start the frosting things we've been developing easy to an actual needs are you worse have been one of my mainstays your show a late night with Stephen Cole bear but you like everybody else had to shut down you did do like one or two episodes without an audience right we get one all one episode without an audience in India all of them he has we are ready to do a show and then the governor decided that no male groups of five hundred or more and that's about what my article by staff is dry and then this week we did three shows three monologues whatever you wanna call them at my house yeah we got it with an iPad and then email the file to my producers who filled in all the graphics and all the footage yes you haven't seen them by the way everybody listening you can find them in there and you too bye on the late night with Stephen Colbert channel they're amazing you did a one from your bath tub in a suit with bubble bath down from your back deck floor at all really okay why would you care if you don't want to work you're actually in just speaking as a radio guy you're living the dream it's and you've taken you film them yourself you just you you satisfy your iPad in the bathroom with them my wife operated the prompter we have a little prompter program on the iPad she will basically start the prompter program so I could start talking in the bathtub he's done operated the machine on the next couple of days once I settled higher really alone but you know it's nice to not be able to do it if you keep getting in the tub with no pants on like that in a minute do you wear pants when you.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Personalized weight loss program based on a cognitive behavioral approach with a goal of losing weight and keeping it off for good learn more at noon and M. dot com wait wait don't tell me is a production of NPR WBEZ Chicago dissociation with urgent hair cut productions Doug chirping frogs Berman benevolent overlord Philip go to gay rights are limericks our public address announcers Paul Friedman house manages genic up and on the internet and the day is best BJ liederman composed our theme our program is produced by Jennifer mills miles during boss and Lillian can technical direction is worn a wider business in ops manager is Colin Miller a production manager is Robert Noel's our senior producer is Ian chill log and the executive producer of wait wait don't tell me is Michael Danforth now panel what will be the hot item at the next CDS and twenty twenty one Luke Burbank rumble dating app for your room to locate other single vacuums in the area looking for fun rumble the dating app that admits it sucks the new Duchess of Sussex robot this life like Megan always smiles never complains about her in laws and has no middle fingers and Adam there Nelly the digital millennium assistant reply to every request by just saying okay boomer and then rolls out the door to proceed with a real passion walking down wait does thanks also to look without a better this is.

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