17 Burst results for "Madeline Smith"
"madeline smith" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You could tell if it was parked at the restaurant parked in front of the theater at the parking lot. Like always here for friday night. Football she kurtz cars out there and there's no research whatsoever to help tilt my head but we're there just felt like there were more cars back in the day like you driving a saturn or geo or dotson offer rich and pontiac nowadays. There's less car fewer cars. I think there's more cars now but the less cars maybe but less cars but you would do shit to them. Okay like i stink my buddy jeff. Katz who died recently had a or mounted to the roof of his car. Like i don't know unmistakable. You knew jackass. I pull out of it high parking lot. You know cats is here you can see the or speaking up in the air and he just thought it was thought it was funny but ooh i found i think of i think i got my next a coffee table book. Which is the cars that were clearly given to the high school or by the grandparent. You stop drive. I was just thinking about my friend. John wayne chapman had. I'll say it wasn't chevallier was beat up. It was like an old one of those big boat cars. that's it. you always knew who is at the party. When you pulled up 'cause i go that and so's carlson my best friend at the time and instill given by her grandparents. They're old cutlass. Supreme which was white and like maroon like i'm felt velvety. So if you like the ladies i guess the answer is just that the white accord vanity plate. Because you're essentially it's you leaving your calling card outside of wherever you are back. Correct busted adventures in babysitting so cool. Oh the personalized license until they was on a date with another girl. That's right where it was bradley. Whitford wasn't it. Was he the boyfriend and that. I haven't seen it in thirty five years but also so cool. Sorry now does matter. Doesn't matter i was gonna say that's all i can think of. I have no idea what i was going to say. All right well. I don't know if i shared this with you guys but on happy son news. We're kind of bockel with clear and sunny being fifteen and being turned away denver and baba blah. Then i told you guys. Next time we use clear that in ask any ages or any anything but At some point. We're passing out of anchorage or something. We're passing through again and sunny. I think just volunteered his age passing through and i was i i was gonna start coaching them up the lie about his age. Where there's a little bit tall and there's a math you have to do but he not only Lied about the age but then shout out the birthday to which he'd corrected. We've done the math prepared for him. I know he just needs to know assign. He'll be done that a boy. I'll tell you something. I used to used to my my bullshit detector. People lie about their age at love. Line when i screen calls back on. How old are you like. Yeah well you're you're. You're bored. Because i was doing the math one sack fucking storeowners call in late at night. It's always funny. How liars are one basic. Move away from being caught by simply doing the math. I mean the kid who was calling was fourteen. He said he was twenty. Four could have easily just tacked a decade on his removed the decade from his date of birth too much work for the life. The late nights doughnut mate. Now i gotta tell my one of my favorite simpsons jokes which is over. Goes to the post office to get a package as though he's mr burns. Hello mr burns. Relieve your tickets for me and the guy goes. Okay mr bruce. What's your first name. I don't know right. Genus got semaj. Wanted to share with us cinnamon embarrassment of riches. Lately we've got a transgender op. Ed piece from the la times. That i think it'll be interesting. Mike august is calling in because there was a piece on twenty five years of the daily show. Yes yes yesterday. The new york times published an article twenty five years of the daily show. And they're talking to the creator's let me get the article here. Sorry they're talking to creators. Liz winstead and madeline smith burgers asking about how the daily show came about and like. How'd you get john stewart. How'd you get stephen colbert. And then somebody asked. How did you get steve carell. And and smithburg said that. She called off mike august. Who said and mike. Well they're like we need another colbert type and mike august response. I got a guy for you. He's actually steve's stephen colbert's writing partner and he's hilarious. Let's do it. And that's how steve carell got into the daily show. I always talking about you. You fuck as always forget how impressed. I'm supposed to be with august ice freezer minders easy. Forget he was there. I think he read both those guys. back in the day was was all part of that scene back when nobody knew who any of these people were he was. He was there and didn't didn't stephen colbert. Stephen corral have the even steven steven it was so fucking johnny. Yeah and he has. The mike is the one. That brought steve krill. Out to your it. Mike would go to second see chicago and just try to wrangle talent. He saw steve carell. And said you gotta come to new york hand. Look at him. Yeah so he'll tell the story it's great. Yeah and he was just telling us a story with the not sedated as but sedaris writers who wrote the plays and then those guys would act in their plays and he go to those plays and it was just the whole was part of a david..
"madeline smith" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hello matteo's looking. What you're up to lately so much and when i went on google type in matty smith and i see on the right side pictures of course but this is a little embarrassing to say The bio was about madeline smith. An english actress. She was a model in the sixties. He was into comedy and horror movies in the seventies and eighties. Is it okay if i ask you questions about that. Of course let me tell you keys with every year. I'm diluting her her area of google. When i first started she was all over it. And now we're sharing the madeline. Smith page excellent. Your your husband rest in peace. I was thirteen years older than you right and he. He passed away when again. Nineteen nineteen forty eight wasn't like eighties eighties right. i always forget she's dyslexic. It's eighty-four maybe that's what i meant to say. Nineteen eighty-four right Mattie was like when did old people do things the roaring twenties using comedy and horror in the seventies and eighties. Right right right. She's not here to do. math key. can listen well. our matty smith is fantastic. A great Great comedian louis. Online sketches while the nowadays back. Congratulations thanks we'll talk about that. And the new. Podcast is called that time of the week job. Thank you title. Love it literally. Thank you and every single standup do. Every man brings her podcast. It's called that time of the month. I'm like you think that in of course every man like i can't remember his. You can't bitch you do you try the obviously. It's their fault but knowing what they do you try to be clear week repeated back or do you say you know what don't bother. I'll do my own thing i've seen. I've seen these introductions it's been done to me to where it's like. You know what thought worry right i could tell you. Write it down or don't worry about it write down. Don't worry about it. see. I used to see lately. I've just been saying mtv. Don't even bother with anything else because when you get brought up. Is that time of the month. Podcast think you're like you know you're like the period girl you know. I remember one of my first introductions. I had called a blog. I suppose. dot com and it was getting some popularity so i would tell the host. I'm mentioned the mentioned shade dot com guy. Goes up there and he goes. This person has a website shitty. What is would we need the magic way to keep the magic. The fumbling host before you go up is one way to be like okay. Let me dig out of this awkwardness. Thanks a lot right. That is that is the worst. Because there's a cleverness in that time of the week so not only does it take the cleverness away it takes any. I agree everything anything. Yeah it's just like oh hello walking tampon we need to know about your vagina and then you're a redhead. Oh dude they're looking at the hair they're like. Is that right or is it blood. It's the things are coming from wherever wherever you were talking on your podcast about john mullany. And how was your news stories and you were talking about how he got out of rehab. He he the the news of course is that as soon as he got out of rehab. He dumped his wife which a lot of people don't know this. The wife was also in rehab at the same time. She was in what for an eating disorder. Supposedly brought on his infidelity is that that was real. Yeah i thought you were leading into a bit bad for laughing. I'm like i wouldn't it be nice. If i'm being dom she was laying. You was laying him up. If i can go if i'm into rehab also and you're in rehab we get out of rehab. I don't know if you know how rehab works. Don't drop a bomb on me. Tell me when i'm in rehab. So that my rehab coaches can rehab me x one hundred percent right. I would like to speak to the other side of this. And i totally hear your point but if somebody dumps you right after they get out of rehab. Oh please please try to understand. I think they're doing a favor short. But do it in. But i but i also happen to be in rehab. Tell me to stay week longer. Conver- my rent for the next month. It might be traumatic. I'm the one letting go of you go in to strip clubs and not being shy about passing number round in front of other people. I you can tell me. I might need a couple more days for this. Use that your over me. Then you're dating. Olivia munn basically a supermodel. Mattie has a theory that It's all a pr move and it's fake because we don't know how to handle said dude being alone so we're not gonna wanna see them. Do comedies right. I'm thinking that because you know what the past blown up in ways that all these people are like john mullane. He's the one guy who i'm like. That's a really good person and now this whole rehab the divorce his teams like we got. We got to cuff him up to make them look like a good guy. He doesn't look like a wasn't he looked better guy if he was sober and sad and alone. Yes but old hollywood. They don't like that right. That's what i think we fake right i. I don't know. I think i think it makes them. Look more like an asshole. But i don't know it is weird these. We know what happens. These fake relationships that apparent affect the box office. Because you're so fucking stupid. I think regular shit but because we know we all know this one person you know. It's the you know like we had someone else had that this happen to and like bullshit happens all the time but when it happens to someone that a lot of people know it's like oh how did this happen. I don't know he's an addict who's just getting over his addiction. They they see that the first year after the addict become sober is worse than the rest of them. So enjoy that enjoy that. Olivia taken that under your bell. Also he's just. He's a male comedian. Forget wow seemingly a nice man. Male comics are sausage. Fuck with your boyfriend. Yes okay cowboy love chained to the radiator right. We can't let him out. You mentioned on your podcast. It's those sober nice guys right. Those quotes sober. Nice guys gotta watch for sober. Nice guys anybody talk about. They talk about in the community about john. Mullany in these is nice.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night
"His reaction was to totally end their professional and personal relationship and rivers always argued a-list guests started boycotting her show out of deference to the king carson whether that is what led to her abrupt failure or she got overwhelmed by the harsh light of scrutiny. As the first female late night host whatever the reason as the writer nails scoville put it. It hurt women in late night for years. Just seeing that sensibility on screen. Every night was transforming and it would be decades until other women could watch chelsea handler. And now samantha. B and have that team experience. The bottom line was joan rivers. Took a shot at being a breakthrough female late night host and the shot missed or maybe backfired is the appropriate metaphor because the urge to give another woman a real chance got deeply submerged. Being funny has a lot of social value. And i think powerful people were invested in. Not letting women have that social value. What is often lost in all the head. Shaking about the of women hosts. Is that if you get past. The main share the person behind the person behind the desk as often been and many times with great success. A woman this may not qualify as especially gratifying because it leaves too many women in the crucial but forgotten category. We're going to try to make some of these crucial women of late night much less forgotten when we return to behind the desk after a short message in the short space between the news ending and our favorite late shows beginning. We sometimes run to the kitchen to find some snacks. And when it comes to making decisions on what to grab just like the best opening monologues. The smarter you are the better off. You'll be that's where noone comes in based in psychology neum teaches you how to eat so you can accomplish your personal health goals and stick with them long term so you'll learn that there's a big difference between snacking and how to snack mindfully. Neum doesn't give you hard rules to follow and worry about you. Get knowledge and wisdom and understanding of your personal relationship with food and how to shape. The goals are pretty straightforward to. Have you feeling good and lose weight in a way. This actually sustainable all in a program that works with your life and only takes about ten minutes a day. Learn to eat and snack the smarter way with new sign up for your trial today at neum and o. m. dot com slash late night again. That's neum n. o. M. dot com slash late night only female member of our writing staff our head writer merrill marco. It's a sure thing that david letterman doesn't forget his first. And most important head writer. Meryl marco merrill is arguably the most influential single writer in late night history. I'm the one making the argument. So i'll drop the qualifier. She is the writer with the greatest legacy. Nell scoville underscores. that point. You look at merrill. Marco merrill marco was head writer of late night with david letterman for five years and every year. They won the emmy for best writing. She ends up stepping down. They never won another emmy for best writing. Letterman is the one credited with reinventing the late night genre in the nineteen eighties. But it was merrill is head. Writer who put the creative stamp on virtually all that reinvention merrill had herself tried stand up and found herself marginalized as most women comics of her era felt in the nineteen seventies. They seem to scare the men. Here's merrill marco certes jokes. I didn't really know how to how to be female on a stage. I didn't know if i was supposed to. I heard that we're threatening being used. And i didn't know if that would be less threatening if you wear a dress or like was very hard to know how to be you know it was. It was a weird time for women. Merrill found her careers. A writer by falling in love with a rising comic star david letterman. She began by delivering her material to him. And dave had no issues on stage with people feeling threatened as his career grew. He knew enough about great comedy to elevate merrill to the head writer position much later after they had broken up as a couple and letterman had moved onto. Cbs dave said of merrill. We haven't had a good idea since she left. Apparently having a female head writer even though she was an all time best was a breakthrough so staggering. It didn't happen again for another twenty years or so. That's when liz winstead and madeline smith bird invented the daily show and became the head writer. Madeleine did was run. The damn show. She had previously worked as a segment producer for letterman. Where she could observe that. It was very often women. Barbara gaines jude brennan. Maria pope serving in the executive producer role which made them essential but not elite letterman. There were a lot of women. But now that i realized that they weren't in the writers guild. You had women running to brennan bar gains running the show the heart and soul of all those you run by women but the highly prized you get to fly. I last year gonna get residuals in health insurance An pension jobs were all going to men all of whom were white and most of whom had gone to harvard. The roster of women making these big shows run is indeed long and impressive. Surely no one deserves more credit for keeping a steady guiding hand on the tonight show when jay leno was the star than his extraordinary executive producer. Debbie vickers debbie was a full partner in. That show's success. Jimmy kimmel has often said that his abc show only found its footing. When lebron took over as ep and the current production boss at the daily show is jen. F- lands who has our own insights into why it may be that so many women at the skill set to run a late night. Show hate to play into a stereotype of women being organized on kind of being able to be masters of the half. Do sometimes a matt. I work with in terms of each and every joke and i like thinking big picture. Like how does all of this wrap up into one episode allison silverman when from being the only female writer in the room on the daily show when it was hosted by john stewart to being the head writer of the colbert report. Molly mcnerney works. Says the co head writer for jimmy kimmel who is also her husband and three other. Current hosts colbert james. Corden and samantha. B have installed women in head writing positions so with women running some of these shows and even some of the writers rooms. Why did it take so long for the representation of women to inch up merrill. Marco made a point. I've heard often from.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night
"Course. Letterman had a raft of ideas about what he wanted to do. What dave letterman did was take. Let's talk show format. Leave it completely as it is and then take every single piece of it apart and play with it like a monkey playing with a ball even more important. Dave had a partner. Of course there were stupid pet tricks which was invented by my buddy merrill marco and she should be enshrined in some sort of national grid. Like so many others who worked on the early letterman shows. Madeline smithburg gives enormous credit to the genius of that partner merrill marco their show called late night would have been totally new anyway. Because of merrill's and dave's ideas but carson's production company had laid down some rules and restrictions. Marco so these no limitation at all. They were going to reinvent late night. Anyway here is merrill. Marco the truth is that When we went to the late night show we were given the certain restrictions. You couldn't do an opening monologue. He wanted to keep that for himself. And you couldn't play stump the band and you couldn't have a sidekick like ed mcmahon come sit down with you and schmooze and that was it and i just remember thinking that's it so like you mean that if we can't do those two three things we do everything else in the world the whole world issue after that dave would still walk out at the top of the show and be funny but they would call that opening remarks. The band would still play lots of music but not jazz rock music which four pieces could handle just fine and the bandleader all schaefer. Recruited from saturday. Night live was killed at offhand comedy. Comet which he could make just as well from the banbury maryland. dave updated. Steve allen's physical stunts where allen had worn teabags and jumped into a tub of water. Dave wore a suit covered in rice krispies and into a bowl of milk so he could snap crackle and pop. Many of the breakthrough bits invented by marco introduced later by letterman. Like his famous top. Ten list became enduring cultural touchdowns especially among practitioners in late night. As a child. I used to go to the library in my favorite book to take over and over and over again was david letterman's top ten list that's nice co host of showtime's diesel and miro late at night. We'd stay up just to watch the david letterman top ten and then we go to bed. 'cause we didn't know who the guests were. They have some fancy actor or actress is a movie really we have. No we have no point of reference here but the top. Ten jokes boom. We got that and here now. The number one thing. I've always wanted to say the dave. My mom adopted the stem of merrill. Marco's creativity was all over the letterman. Show in signature. Bits like stupid patrick's but also in those taped out of the studio segments. Once you take a trip to a store called just bulbs which only sold lightbulbs. Dave went in and inquired about a lamp. Merrill pioneered a kind of comedy that she called found humor. Madeline smith bird sometimes. It was the simplest ideas like dropping things off. He would go on top of the building and just throw things off. It's the type of thing he always wanted to do. It put a camera on a monkey and let the monkey shoot the show that day. Just brilliant all of this was accomplished without undoing any brick and mortar element of the late night format. They've still opened with some amusing. Greetings to the audience sat behind a desk and brought on guests even though many were weirder than anyone had ever on carson. Then dave close with the music act though. That was usually a rock band. That dave invited to blow the roof off the dump like he bought a house and then began renovating the house and shooting. The process of renovating the house and in the process took the entire house and put it back together and when it came out it was like the mouse trap game yes. They did a show where everybody on camera had a british accent been and one where the camera rotated three hundred sixty degrees throughout but there were still guests sitting on the couch usually once they did a show completely from an airplane in mid flight and then there was the show with carly simon carly simon was booked on the show and she had sort of very famous stage fright so in order to appease her the writers came with. We did doing the show from a hotel room and the closet was to be the green room where the guests would be waiting in. That closet was carly simon hunter s. thompson up and my guess the podiatrist to of collected celebrities shoes but the most famous celebrities shoes that he had the cornerstone of his collection. Or jamie farr from match. Jamie farr may have had lovely shoes because his mash character famously. Women's clothes in a bid to get a psych discharge but while jamie farr surely had a following during his days on mash. He wasn't quite george clooney for letterman. The comedy was all about the absurdity of an actor like jamie farr being the top celebrity in your collection carly simon was clearly against dave respected enough to go to extraordinary creative lanes to build a whole show around her guest appearance. He wasn't always so gracious he could frighten or even take off. Certain celebrities with his uncompromising attitude that wasn't exactly how share memorably described him. She simply called him on air. An asshole whole point of letterman's deconstruction of late night show was to reflect his comic sensibilities while staying basically within the four walls of the late night foundation. More and michaels had no idea what he was getting into in terms of a host sensibility plucked the completely unknown conan. O'brien to succeed letterman at nbc. In nineteen ninety three mourns first intention was to install conan as the producer of the new show because conan was a gifted comedy writer and had written for him on saturday. Night live but finally lorne just shook the dice and rolled them on conan.
"madeline smith" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"This is gonna work. Yeah so my wife my wife called and now we have one gig down and thirty five And it costs thirty dollars less than it did before i was stunned. I didn't even know. They had gigabit service in pedal. Yeah And when i put in the ability stuff the installer said oh yeah you can get a bit. I said what do you call. Because i don't wanna talk to those guys and so we have gigabit. It's very good We have ten gigabit here on sonic net. I'm not getting quite that on my iphone but to sixty eight down on one seventy eight. I bet i did reach out to sonic. It was it was. I was trying to figure out. It's too expensive to come to where i have. But i i did. I did was trying to get sonic i and didn't zero packet loss. Fifteen point two milliseconds jitter twenty. Four point five millisecond latency. That's kind of bad. But now if i really wanted to test mobile i could turn off the wi fi and see the mobile as well. Which is i bet. You pretty good. Because i think now i'm getting a t mobile five g in our studios which she did not have before so fcc. Speed test ios and android and You know it will actually Upload the information to the fcc 'cause they're trying to keep an eye on on how fast internet is really for reals lazy gentleman. We are now concluding this thrilling gripping edition of mac. Break weekly rene ritchie. Do you didn't get a call during the show. no okay. i'm. I'm relieved good but you may get a call anytime soon and we will be back here next week to talk about. What apple announces rene ritchie's video channel is youtube dot com slash rene ritchie anything. You want to plug. I should have video up about the event Soon and then. I'll do up about redshift on mac talking to some of the to the to the maximum folks tomorrow. Nice look forward to that. Ace's they're good people. Yeah mr andy. Not co your Your on w. g. b. h. In boston win That's going to be thursday at twelve thirty noon on the east coast. You can go to news dot org to stream it live or later. How nice and everybody must be an office hours. Because otherwise why would he be doing at twenty four hours a day. Go go to youtube dot com slash alex lindsay l. i n. d. s. a. y. Y anything you want to plug at this point just Office hours just keeps getting better. So does every it's better than the last week cooking understand how that works together. Yes so we're doing We're doing it on and youtube with matt in the kitchen. So it's madeline. Smith burks used to be the producer for For the john. Or or the daily show jon stewart and so she she's she's the host and so she's cooking with the chef. We're making kimchi pancakes. And that's weird anyway so we're going to make them together and there's a whole bunch of us it's going to be so you can usually pancakes but okay exactly. Yeah the if you jump into office hours you can. There's here's the crazy thing is. There's three shows going on at the same time. So i because at one show wasn't enough. So the twenty. Four hours of the day was a sufficient. Yeah seventy two hours a day but it's ugly so so here's how it works. There's one show that has a key The th the chef madeline and a couple people that we know are pretty. Well set up for the show for took for cooking. So that's that's one show that goes to youtube. Then there's another show where everybody's cooking together they just have a whole bunch of stuff open and they're all cooking. Madeleine's gonna come in and say hi and she'll come in at the beginning and she'll come a couple times during check in see everybody's doing and then there's another show where we're showing the multi view from my switcher and you get to listen to calms so you'll just listen. You'll hear me me calling cameras and talking about things and other people doing that so all three shows are happening at the same time so so there you know so you can decide what kind of content you wanna watch and all of it will be interesting. I think so so anyway. We're going to do an eight weeks in a row. And i will be probably a little rough but it'll get better over over eight weeks. We're kind of testing these formats right now. So it's very nice. That's very nice. Thank you everybody for joining us. Metric weekly is a tuesday morning production eleven. Am pacific pm. Eastern time twenty. Let's see eighteen hundred. Ut see if you wanna watch us live. You can't at twitter dot tv slash. Live had a little hiccup in the livestream in the middle but we got it back And the way..
"madeline smith" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"You know what's great right now folks. We have a a tremendous show coming up. But i want to tell you that our guest today is a favorite of mine. A great tv producer. I know ours is a great tv producer because she co created the daily show. I don't know if you're familiar with that But that is a big show. She's a peabody award winner. And she worked producing david. Letterman working with with dave so pretty much the hall of fame there. You can't really get any better than that for tv. And madeline smith smithburg and madeline is going to join us shortly and she has a whole new life. She has a cooking show called mad in the kitchen. And it's a youtube show. You'll read about it a lot on social media. But she's been on the today show. She's like a regular on the today show with cooking. And so we're gonna talk all about that. We're going to talk about the mental health of food food and mood and what goes along with food because in my family it's it's food and illness basically go together. My mother. this literally was true. I did this in my act for years but it's absolutely true. My mother would make sandwiches and then give you the bad news and she was like a guilt. Ridden highlight player. She would give you the news underneath and then the sandwich on top and it would be like ed come on in the kitchen. I have very leaned karn before you enjoying that. Honey does that taste good great because today. Your aunt rose had a massive stroke to just massive huge lot of pain now. She's totally alone. Lives just like a dog juice. Honey have some juice honey and it would be a choreography that would take place. Also storytelling with a. Who's who of despair like my relatives were crazy old school jewish family and wall of bread a carbohydrate conveyor belt my father would start to say something and my mother would shove breath down its throat. She was like a bread. Gun was like everything was upset it before. I can't tell you how much is going on aside from food. So there's the food and then there's the there's all of the the emotions and in my family and my life growing up food was used as something to numb myself. If i had a feeling or thought that i didn't. I didn't know what it was. I would just eat a box of crackers. It was actually pretty wasn't good. You know it wasn't. It wasn't a happy thing. Although i had you know had good tv. And i had good snacks. Because i would make my mother by the. You know the latest snack. One point we were eating a space food sticks which was basically the food the astronauts eight. But if you were a kid. You're excited to peel the space food sticks in the them at any rate this so there's a lot of emotion that goes with food. I wanna talk about that a little bit food food and mood and how you feed yourself because i think if you look at how you feed yourself it's sort of indicative of how you take care of yourself and in my case i should be an arrest home. There's no rhyme or reason behind the consciousness of how i ate. I don't even want to go there. So.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Scott so many different things and highly recently mixed Madeline Smith plays Miss Caruso. She. I've always wanted to talk to her. We gotta get around the show. She such magic mentor twice actually really. Teach trae She highlighted the Blue Dress that she wore for that scene -solutely highlighted the design of. And she spout cabal. Have when Roger Uses, they watched to zip the dress. She actually had a group of crew underneath address. String Pollini visit down and she said it was just chaotic. Comfortable good memories so that a Lot The story and I really like the the idea of the watch because before that a digital watch me when I when I see him. You're. Right and the digital. Penny brings in a repaired watch from. The digital wise at that time. They were not that comment that was kind of brand new technology. So they weren't really affordable for regular people at that time. So bond here again was ahead of his time in having a digital watch, but the Rolex watch the sub mariner that's cool and. What it does of course, it has the saw to. which is Kinda Handy. You Always WanNa saw in your wife just in case you get died up or whatever and. The deflecting bullets part that's a little hard to believe. That I watch would have a such a powerful magnet that they can deflect bullets and so in reality. That's. No. You can't believe that. I'm going to say I'm going to deflect my opinion to Tom on that. Jeez. I would agree with you though..
"madeline smith" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"PODCAST. and. I couldn't resist I forgot what his name was Mike Gaffney. Gaffney. One Yeah Man I don't know. We'll see. We'll see where it goes like that's a good one. Exciting. We did so many that during. Quarantine. Greg's Riley Joan blades that's like I while the fact that that woman came on the podcast after knowing the name of our podcast. That she was like, yes, sure I was like this lady's Cools Hell. Mouse. I'm going to forget her last name Greg Madeline Smith Birds He one of the creators of the daily show so like. The the CO creator of the daily show. Yeah Vico Creator of the daily show, which is how I got my news up until I was about twenty five. So. That's that's really incredible and just start turning on the compliment shower one more time I think it's awesome to see that as a podcast or myself WHO's. On the grind, reaching out and reaching out and reaching out to see a podcast like you guys where I don't mean to denigrate everything that you've done all of your experience. Greg because I think your connections, you're an and everything you've done has been able to earn you. The experience to get these types of people, but it's just so cool to see it and you guys have a great thing going so. You have one more subscriber a link in the show notes as well for all of our listeners, but I, wanted to ask. Is there a good introductory episode or a nice episode you think will. Turn people onto your Jonah. Well. I've never had that before on the. Good question it. Depends on the person like, yeah. Like when I like like my clients, for example, like I probably won't. Send them certain. Questions. Like listen with my kids in the car I'm like no. To the man Jonah. Dialogues. I'm like. But. You I've had. Equal access to higher end whatever lot of guys are in finance or whatever the fight told them Anthony Scaramucci on they'd like yeah. Send that over like I wanna hear a disguise to say Jamie Kennedy probably they don't. They don't care at all so I don't know like. It really depends i..
"madeline smith" Discussed on KCRW
"Listening to greater LA it's KCRW show the connects you to the people and places of southern California the speech it takes sees last year resident Sean Jean was a Brentwood high school junior and he set up a promposal to ask a classmate to the big dance he held up a sign flowers waiting for his potential prom date to walk into our living room she said yes and they had fun which is a good thing because now that raises a high school senior and it's almost time for his final prom well forget it because the code nineteen pandemic is squashing all kinds of high school rites of passage we had called the three of us second semester but that still is a stressful time for mostly because the funny about about university about college and the one quarter we all right excellent this one of course and not as big of a deal compared to the amount of Catholic happening in this world but it's just that at this moment all the you know from the ceremony we have called candle lighting receive your path in the candle to junior senior night that like we do this thing about would call the baton party where the seniors raid them of male and female doctors do about like a party for like half an hour the black box music it's a fun time with a lot of getting used to each other it also looked away before he even realized it was gone at one of the school thinking that this is just a joke whatever not not didn't seriously and we ended school and no one relies on the last day we had our seniors or any of the students in high school that we probably have together ever KCRW's angel Carrera's talk to resit Shanxi and other LA high school seniors to see what it's like to end your school career not with a bang but with a whimper while stuck at home just a few months ago high schoolers worrying about homework college admissions regular stuff resist John G. for instance is likely be choosing now whether to attend college at Harvard or Princeton but before that choice prom he's one of the organizers the theme this year was supposed to be rustic wedding he's in the middle of the logistics of it all so beforehand we had there then you'll end up in downtown LA were basically a slick as you know like the bus ride to the venue the mud the best time like you're in a party bus whatever you're having fun so you need a little farther location they could have a good amount of time to get there the prom committee is grappling now without even try to replace the big dance right now because you don't know happening the only thing we can think about and what we talked about really is of course over the over the phone numbers in the all are were texting about so we haven't we haven't met and we can half yet this group and we haven't had a bunch of ideas other than that because we just don't know how else you can do it and that's a position many students are finding themselves in at the moment not knowing how else besides him you could do much of anything their senior year before they and their classmates go their separate ways to college what we recently learned that we would not get the rest of your together so there was like some here is you know some drama but at this point I think we're just trying to hang in there just a little bit of boredom at least for me and this trying to figure out what to do with the rest of the year to make it worthwhile to spend with the people they care about that's Madeline Smith she's a junior at Notre Dame academy in west LA she's planning to go to Carleton college in Northfield Minnesota in the fall before corona viruses you stressed out by the work it took to get into college late nights early mornings no time for herself but she doesn't regret it the stress of work at the work that I did was worth it for sure and I'm glad like that that brought me to the school that I'm going to now but you celebrate these accomplishments with when everyone is quarantined I do miss hanging out with friends it's quite different soon this is not so same anti my campus I never really realized how much you on campus is part of my whole high school experience because I I thought he might be drunk I still see my friends but that was like a really important place to me hopefully I get to visit him before I go off but yeah I know that her school's prom is canceled and that next big initiation into adulthood high school graduation that's up in the air for students it's not so much the active graduating that's important but who it's with and what it means about my graduation in particular it was never about getting up and walking it was always more about people that I would get to walk when I think we would all be sad just because we don't get to see those people one last time and be able to say goodbye to people in our class that's a gym a clerk a classmate of Madeline's she's going to attend the Salvi Regina university Rhode Island should be moving to a new state and city for college or at least she's supposed to it's possible to love to do her freshman year from mom and dad's house the university and told her what to expect they had a lot of things about like admissions at a bank that were scheduled like towards and they like that they tried to reschedule for online events but nothing specific about nothing or next year it is not just California students heading out of state there's plenty of uncertainty in St to Ashley Lewis for example is a senior at Long Beach poly high school she was supposed to be heading to cal state Fullerton on a basketball scholarship did they turn their fall semester online only I didn't get to finish my senior year right so now I'm going to call the one started off right you need to get pushed back to online schools is a little disappointing she's excited she pinned a tweet on your Twitter feed with a couple pics of her clad in her cal state Fullerton Titans uniform she's thinking a lot.
"madeline smith" Discussed on KCRW
"You to the people and places of southern California they stated takes Tom sees last year resident Sean Jean was a Brentwood high school junior and he set up a promposal to ask a classmate to the big dance he held up a sign flowers waiting for his potential prom date to walk into our living room she said yes and they had fun which is a good thing because now that raises a high school senior and it's almost time for his final prom well forget it because the code nineteen pandemic is squashing all kinds of high school rights of passage we had quoted three of our second semester but that still is not stressful time for mostly because the funny about about university about college and the one quarter we all right excellent this one of course and not as big of a deal compared to the amount of chaos is happening in this world but it's just flat at this moment all the you know from the ceremony have called candle lighting receive your path in the candle to junior senior night that like we do this thing about would call the doctor you are the seniors raid them of male and female doctors do about all like a party for like half an hour the black box music it's a fun time with a lot of getting used to each other it also looked away before he even realized it was gone and one of the school thinking that this is just a joke whatever not not didn't seriously and we ended school and no one realized that was the last day we had as seniors or any of the students in high school that we probably have together ever KCRW's angel Carrera's talk to resit Shanxi and other LA high school seniors to see what it's like to end your school career not with a bang but with a whimper while stuck at home just a few months ago high schoolers worrying about homework college admissions regular stuff resist John G. for instance is likely be choosing now whether to attend college at Harvard or Princeton but before that choice prom he's one of the organizers the theme this year was supposed to be rustic wedding he's in the middle of the logistics of it all so beforehand we had there then you end up in downtown LA where we basically a slick and you know like the bus ride to the venue the mud the best time like in the party bus whatever you have on a little farther location so they can have a good amount of time to get there the prom committee is grappling now without even try to replace the big dance right now because you don't know happening the only thing we can think about and what we talked about really is of course over the over the phone numbers in the all are were texting about we haven't we haven't met and we can half yet this group and we haven't had a bunch of ideas other than that because we just don't know how else you can do it and that's a position many students are finding themselves in at the moment not knowing how else besides you you could do much of anything their senior year before they and their classmates go their separate ways to college well we recently learned that we would not get the rest of your together so there was like some cheers you know some drama but at this point I think we're just trying to hang in there just a little bit of boredom at least for me and this trying to figure out what to do with the rest of the year to make it worthwhile to spend with the people they care about that's Madeline Smith she's a junior at Notre Dame academy in west LA she's planning to go to Carleton college in Northfield Minnesota in the fall before corona viruses you stressed out by the work it took to get into college late nights early mornings no time for herself but she doesn't regret it the stress of work at the work that I did was worth it for sure and I'm glad like that that brought me to the school that I'm going to now but you celebrate these accomplishments with when everyone is quarantined I do miss hanging out with friends it's quite different soon this is not still the same on campus I never really realized how much okay this is part of my whole high school she had because I I thought he might be drunk I still see my friends but that was like a really important place to me hopefully I get to visit him before I go off but yeah I know that schools promise canceled and then next big initiation into adulthood high school graduation that's up in the air for students it's not so much the active graduating that's important but who it's with and what it means about my graduation in particular it was never about getting up and walking it was always more about people that I would get to walk when is I think we would all be sad just because we don't get to see those people one last time and be able to say goodbye to people in our class that's Gemma Clark a classmate of Madeline's she's going to attend the Salvi Regina university in Rhode Island she'll be moving to a new state and city for college or at least she's supposed to it's possible to love to do her freshman year from mom and dad's house the university and told her what to expect they had a lot of things about late admissions events that were scheduled like towards ending like that they tried to reschedule for online events but nothing specific about nothing or next year it is not just California students heading out of state there's plenty of uncertainty in state to Ashley Lewis for example is a senior at Long Beach poly high school she was supposed to be heading to cal state Fullerton on a basketball scholarship then they turn their fall semester online only I didn't get to finish my senior year right so now I'm going to call the one started off right you need to get pushed back to online schools is a little disappointing she's excited she penned a tweet on your Twitter feed with a couple pics of her clad in her cal state Fullerton Titans uniform she's thinking a lot about our upcoming year but now with classes going.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Killer Cocktails
"Yes that's funny. I did a Pun Pun. tastic like fantastic. Really really six not a word. Damn Jackie whatever she's a really good mixologist. So if you're in central Oregon definitely go check her out I recommend and they can go online and signed up for the class. Yes they can and should yes the Kennedy will and I don't know we might be there so so if you kind of want to meet us it may be but We shall see that's exciting. Okay guys under episode Hey guys were back from take good to be back. Yeah it is good to be back. Yeah I went to the restroom. How is it nice? Yeah you're quick 'cause not going on in there okay. Perfect we're GONNA just jump into my story I'm going to tell you about Madeline Smith and I got this really good article. Article from Douglas McGowan and it's entitled the Madeline Smith Story but before that I'm going to tell you about Pierre Emile largely don't ver- Franche French MT quickly okay so peers born in April of eighteen twenty three. Oh an Oldie getty. Yes He's born in France In he lives in the Channel Islands. He's the eldest of five children in the family. Owns this like seed merchant business and they kind of run out of their home. Syed Murtaza's seeds. They're cutting the plan. Business Yeah not the shrubbery business. No no no no yeah before the become shrubs so peers. Father sends them off to be an apprentice Neighboring nursery serie. And this is where Pierre Learns English and which is really good for the business because they want to start attracting British customers over In eighteen forty to a man named Sir Francis Mackenzie as peer to come work for him at his Scottish estate and peers. Like heck yeah So while there appear or learn a ton however one year after arriving Sir Francis is like kind of out of the blue Which means Pierce stranded? He's an Edinburgh borough like he doesn't know anybody and he doesn't have a lot of money you know. He's being apprentice but luckily the nursery there really liked him and they're like we'll keep you on. We'll keep training you So over the next few years pure works as a nurseryman in Scotland the channel islands and in France and then in eighteen fifty two he. He moved to Glasgow now. Going to tell you about Madeleine Madeleine is born on March twenty ninth eighteen thirty five She's going to a very the wealthy Family her father is an architect and his mother. is a lady during that time just being lazy. He's just being a lady. Eighty and Madeleine would also be the eldest five siblings and from being from a wealthy family. Madeline is advocated and learned proper lady things such as manners hearing a book on your head. That's very important In how to be a proper socialite or Boulevard Hair Boulevard. That's your tie my tie. How do you do this? I have a brilliant mind. It's kind of like a beautiful mind situation. Where just map it all out on a window? No I don't I knew that was Bush but I still. I'm still interested. We do about it in different ways Well because I looked up the word and I saw I had definition. Yeah and then I started looking for socialites. Yeah I see how you get there. I know it's amazing. I made myself enough about me. So during this time class separation is a big thing. It's always it's always a thing it's still thing In so it's a really big deal that her family always go out to these parties and their socializing with other wealthy folk so they kinda have their own little bubble that they stadia so as she gets older she travels to London and she attends the Academy for Young Ladies and she against Moore manners. Because you can never have enough manner so true. She takes piano lessons and arts and crafts and then returns to her family In the summer of eighteen fifty three and others time. She's eighteen years old so while in Glasgow peer sees mandoline and he's like. Oh my gosh be still Mahar. She is so pretty already and he's like I have to meet her but he's not from a wealthy family so he's like how mature lovers. Yeah how am I going to get to this pretty lady. And so he started asking around and it takes a couple of weeks but he finally finds a mutual acquaintance. And he's like you have to introduce US and They meet A- and they kind of hit it off and so in the early spring of eighteen fifty five. They kind of start this secret. Love affair this is uh-huh and the would like try to rendezvous in the streets like accidentally wing or different shots. Oh are you at the butcher. Weird me too funny running into you here and they start writing these love notes back and forth and one She writes is to Pierre. And it says my dear Pierre I do not feel as if I were writing you for the first time. We have become familiar friends as friends. May We long continue so so. She's like right off the Bat Yuma person but as all great love stories go Madeleine's family finds out her father finds out like He's from the wrong walk alive. You can't see him. You have to end this now. She go through it on some Madonna. Papa don't preach I don't know what you just said to me. There's Donelson Papa don't preach Gotcha unmolested did cool so madeleine rights disappear and says we have to break this off. I'm so sorry but I I wish you the best. She pretend breaking love no she she. She's Real Brat. She lives with her family. Like this is the notebook. Yeah oh I don't remember this book when when the MOMS like dating that boy oh I remember crying the whole you. How many times have you seen the notebook once? Oh twice once once on accident and I cried and the second time I wanted to cry and I didn't. Yeah Yeah I guess that's a million times. No why would I watch a crime movie. At Million Billion Times People Watch crime who is a million times. I don't need that in my life. Sometimes you need a good cry We'll see why you intentionally tried to cry. And so now I can't what so now it won't be my cry movie. We don't I know that your marketing an arm again and has made me cry like ten times. Yes Armageddon more always make me cry. You know what movie I just cried too excited about this. My Big Fat Greek. What is that should make me cry a no big hero? Six owner oversaw Disney. It's on Disney. Plus just deal mccray mccray three times once in the beginning because you always cry in the beginning once in the middle towards the beginning middle and then once at the end. I'm blubbering. This story is GonNa give me. Oh Oh my God I got out of inside out and I texted my friend because she had worked on inside out and I was like how dare you make me cry over someone in Bing Bong Oh my God anyway anyway. All that she makes it off. She's like I'm GonNa Listen To my parents. I'm a break it off with this boy I love I love but appear is like no no no no no no I really like you and like I. Can't you can't do this week. He's like please just meet with me again. in so Mellon agrees and she goes to their mutual friend's house and the mutual friend has named Miss Mary Perry. I like her name in the meet at her house. Emden they start the romance up again. Yeah she doesn't want to break it off off with him. Yeah Yeah and so they keep meeting up and sometimes they go to Ms Perry. Sometimes he sneaks into Mallon's house late at night a danger or romantic And then they both realize that they've truly do love each other so they start to plan their wedding and they decided to have in June of eighteen fifty six. In the meantime they are referring to each other as husband and wife. Because you know they each other's booze Here's the what lobster. So lobsters universe friends. Oh my God yes. I've seen friends. I don't think you've seen friends ends or the office. Okay but anyway they're referred to each other as husband and wife and the and like every it's it's all secret and other families now in so because of that peers. Like you have to burn all the letters I send you like. I don't want you to get caught with my letters I like these these letters. I don't want to burn them. No she burns down but he keeps his because he's not staying with his family and he like I love these. These are safe. You're foreshadowing possibly possibly. Let's continue but with the lovers don't realize is that Madeleine's parents had begun looking for a husband for her because it's of the Mary Boulevard. They're gonNA find you one hundred percents and they actually find someone that they really like. In the guy's name is William Monarch Jerk And he's in his thirties. He's very wealthy merchant and he's conveniently right next to their house is he lives right in the neighborhood. I got to say about this. Yeah he reminds me of CAL from titanic. Oh and he's probably seeing some slipping and slipping out Windows Oh right or you think he's hip to it bore. He could be. There's opportunity for him to be hip to it definitely. I like where you're going with this okay. So in September eighteen fifty six family has williams stay with them at their summer house so the whole family goes to their summer house. William come along. Let's have media fall in love with her daughter go. Yeah so William Tries his best to get to know her. And he's like wining and dining her and malign realizes that her family is trying to set her up and and she like well William. Isn't that bad in her. In my family approves of him and he just proposed to me So I I guess I'll get married to William. Yeah so she accepts his proposal and this is the new book ingenious story. What if it was telling you the story? No we should do another podcast where we just like retail movies. We have regarded are memory version of the movie combined. I love it so mellon gets pen and paper and she writes a letter in early February and she's essentially saying you know Pierre. I once loved you anymore. If you send them a dear John Yeah and going forward for we should. Just pretend hemlock we don't know each other and I'm GonNa need all those love letters back that you saved of mine and then she's like I trust your honor as a gentleman woman that you will not reveal anything that may have passed between us but but now he might be a little upset Will appears there's like fuck that noise. Yeah these are my letters and I love you and I'm your person we're going to make this work. And he refuses to give back the letters so mellon rights him again but this time Pierre had heard rumors of their engagement and he was like you need to tell me. What's going on Amana Line is like none in animal? None of that's true and peer to phase And she's like happier. Just give me those letters. Just you little Kook just cumulus letters. NPR's like hard no and instead of giving the back he's like I'm GonNa show a very dramatic story I picked some good ones wants. He's like I'm going to show him to your father That's a Dick move here. What one hundred five hundred while? You're doing it okay. Yeah with you go out for Beers with your friends and complain about this little Hussy that broke your heart. How weird is it to think about someone going in eighteen fifty two beers with their friends? Do Yeah get a nice strong Ale. Yeah and then be like. I can't believe like we never liked her June. I mean get out of there there. Oh so man's her you know people are humans get human emotions Somalian then writes two more letters to peer begging him not to tell her father other about their affair. That's another evidence. Yeah quit sending him evidence because you're gonNA ruin my entire life. My family is going to be dishonored. Go Away I'm going to be dishonored Yeah just please. You'RE GONNA ruin any chance of me getting married in the future in so finally she's like we know it was just made up face to face. These letters aren't getting through. Let can we just can we please. So Pierre is super stoked and they're finally going to meet up and he tells Ms Perry Perry Miss Mary. Perry how they're going to hash things out in a couple of days and they're gonNA meet up on February nineteenth but on the night of the nineteenth appear shirts getting really sick. He starts having these like crazy. Violent stomach pains. Oh no and then he has. He has waited out throughout the night but by morning he's recovered. Okay maybe has ulcerative colitis. No we don't know okay so I'll just say that you know who likes poisoning people ladies uh-huh go ahead okay. So then then again. Peer comes down with his violent stomach attack and leaves him bedridden for eight..
"madeline smith" Discussed on First Take
"Make great videos but wickets you in the hall of fame is sustained. Excellent like you said if you're just talking about Super Bowl. MVP's we should put Malcolm Smith in the hall of fame. I mean we should put Nick foles and all of that. And you just got to have a big moment homing. He didn't affiliate the Philly Special Connor Touchdown Pass. NPR SIMPLE NICK foles. Let's put you in their Madeline Smith with a linebacker for the seahawks. Throw them in there like you even even get to hall of fame arc his starting quarterback over giving you it because because they gave him for his I refuse to do. Even if I didn't respect Eli at the time I played him. You can't disregard alive body of work. He had moments yes but am along with allies moments. He also had thirty three thousand. I believe leave if I have this number right. Fifty seven thousand yards. He also had three hundred thirty three hundred sixty or so test down passes so yes he had moments but he also has. The number is two now coach. I feel like these things are contradictory. It's like you're trying to do these. COMP- these compiler numbers that means. He played a long time and he was pretty okay. He played a long time. That's why those numbers doesn't that factor in you know what I mean. They can have somebody who plays great for five years. You can't tell them in because they only played great for a short amount of time agreed. So you don't go into hall for great for five years that's point hall for great for much more than that eight ten twelve. That's puts you in the hall of fame. Not a bunch of average in two big moments like that just doesn't Laco should be in the hall of fame that that playoff run it was not. I don't see what I'm saying I would say. I think everyone can agree that Eli would probably get into the hall of probably. New York hasn't big moments but does he deserve urban the year and the decade come to a close. The Associated Press announced Serena Williams as the female athlete of the decade. A distinction won't earn her twelve time brand slam single titles in the last ten years Lebron James he was voted as the AP male athlete of of the decade the king is rounding out the decade his seventeen season leading the NBA in assist in creeping up on Kobe. Bryant's on the all time points list. Aren't we got a new member to the crew today McCain joining in on the fun guys is Lebron the best male athlete of the decade. While we'll say Lebron James is the best smell athlete of the decade the decade. Where we saw him go from being the chosen one to the champion three time NBA champion in this decade? Two Thousand Twelve two thousand thirteen in two thousand sixteen sixteen. This guy was first team all NBA every year of the decade. Except last year. You went to eight straight. NBA Finals and as an athlete. He broke the mold. And we're determining this by athlete. He broke the mold point. Guard point. Four whatever you WANNA call it six nine to fifty what he was able to finish in the paint and we've also seen in this decade him expand his game all the way back to the three point line. A lot of people say oh Lakers Lebron James as he leaves the team in three point makes but I also think it's because because he's more than an athlete that's his mantra right What he's been able to do for social advocacy for social justice with his? I promise school and Opportunity for those that have less that are less fortunate. Also he's not just the business man he's a businessman. Uninterrupted that platform springhill entertainment. I think when you think about athletes over the course of a decade. It's not about moving the needle Lebron. We know this on this network. Lebron James is the needle. He set the standard he set the rubric for athletes using their platforms power and also positively. So he's got. This is hard to argue that. But I think Lebron's the low hanging fruit coming out of left field all right. Let me let me work. The here's unclogging depends on your hand. Also Beckham I'm saying it's the best athlete of the decade and I'm not talking about it from a grandiose perspective of what he did off the Field Wrigley talking about athleticism circle talking about power speed body control all of these things because Lebron Lebron clearly. That's that's a given but Odell something never seen before neak like cats always by not to hanes but three gas door finger to me Odell what he hurdling after is showing that he can run track. Dude it's kicking field goals before a game like a field goal kicker like a soccer player which he was growing up but when I talk about how athlete today. I'm not talking large scale. Grandiose I'm simply talking about Odell has done things okay okay any cristo the Dell route actually go ahead. Yeah I mean I I. I don't I'm dumbfounded. I agree phenomenal athlete. So we all accept that the arguments made. Obviously that's it but if you're moving into like physical Oh athlete. I also like if I could pick someone's physical athleticism and body control and all that stuff to take. I'm sorry. Give me two six eight to sixty guy. Who can't I played point guard and probably would have been the best tied in pass rusher? I'd put on top of that. He's winning gold medals. So if you WanNa talk about I saw like. He's an international superstar and he's a better athlete. I love to see Lebron. NFL Combine. He might be down to probably GONNA run four or five maybe four I'm convinced I'm convinced that that you just went back there before the show and said you know what this answer. Everyone's GonNa come with something just something out of left field because I respect odor athleticism brings to the table table and we also like the influence the hand all. That's nice and everything but as far as who have more impact just near Spoi- join any compares but that's a different question who had more impact. I think we go get but that's a different question. We're strictly talking about. Who is the best athletes? Lebron clearly had more impact on the sport. Well no you could take an honorable mention in the basketball category impact. And you know we're Nigeria. We gotta stick together so so I'm not gonNA beat him but if you think about online mentions in this category I know Lebron James for the overall sport but I wanNA give steph curry a little bit uh-huh because not many athletes within even saying this is all chain Talbot basketball being played right Steph. Curry right now is third on the all-time list for threes. You only need sixty eight to catch. Reggie Miller needs about a season's worth a cat Ray Allen at the number one spot within this decade steph curry has the most seasons leading the NBA and threes. Five five half of the decade. His prolific shooting changed the game basketball. What's the word analytics analytics in two thousand ten the MBA average of making threes was eighteen eighteen? Now it's at thirty three hundred steph curry change the way the game steph curry did was now. He's encouraged a lot of a lot of hope for young people who don't have a lot of sides or I can play. I can play this game. Yeah no one would see what Steph Curry's list wasn't there a piece. He's in a New York Times best. Athletes like this is nonsense. Steph was really good and he was on a very great team. He's a good situation. I might give Antoni any more credit for changing the way. Basketball is played steph curry but stop it. Lebron beat Steph curry in that team that all time great team Lebron beat them. And if I was like it's the Braun by runaway by any measure on you ask you own the world I mean not just here in the United States everybody knows who Lebron. 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"madeline smith" Discussed on Shedunnit
"To begin at the beginning then how did whimsey bright scarlet volumes come into being and how did they become so influential the even fictional character had them on his shelves to understand that we've got to take a brief if trip north of the border the notable trial series was established by scottish publisher called william hodge and and actually publishing was is not the main line of business the firm was originally set up to provide short hannay takers food courts in scotland and they then branched out into publishing as a sort of sideline really the publishing is the thing that back may remember full now and they published various kinds of material will some related to legal matters some relating to scotland fe biographies of historical figures or travel books about scotland's lund's this kind of thing but in one thousand nine hundred five they set up a series called notable scottish trials and what the series he's day it was it looked back to famous trials from scottish history so not recent trials but nineteenth century and even earlier trials this is dr doc victoria stuart read in modern and contemporary literature at the university of leicester she is particularly interested in the relationship between true crime narratives on detective detective fiction and her twenty seventeen book crime writing in into britain fact fiction in the golden age is the result of how work in this area although trials are then as now germany open to the public their creators of this series recognized that spending days on end in the public gallery was not necessarily sara lee a practical thing for everyone who might be interested in eagle mattis to do of course there were plenty of newspaper reports of sensational cases but it was harder to access the the full facts of what occurred in court the books were therefore put together with this in mind what you got in each volume was an edited transcript of the trial l. with existed and sometimes they had to patch together different kinds of sources to produce the narrative and each volume also included an introduction shen which would explain why this was a notable trial what the key points of legal interest might bay now there's introductions with sometimes written by people who were lawyers who had legal qualifications and they were aimed at quite wide audience the hope for the series was that they would be of interest to the general public so it was an alternative to give people a sense of how the justice system worked really the series series was popular and in nineteen fifteen it was expanded to include trials from england as well and was renamed just notable trials as well as looking back act two key cases from history it began to cover recent cases that readers would have been familiar with from news reports in the nineteen twenties and thirties thoughts when the the series was really artists heights so thought periods what they were doing was partly continuing to publish historical cases and in fact some of the cases that the hood first appeared as scottish trials with republished actually given fresh new introductions unprepared onto the notable trials ceres but they also started covering very contemporary trials and in some cases a volume might be appearing eighteen months or two two years after the actual trial that period in the nineteen twenties and thirties of course is what we refer to as the golden age of detective fiction and it's when major novelists from the genera like agatha christie dorothy l ceos module balasingham and so beginning to publish their best known works given the public public interest in reading about fictional crichton's it follows that a nonfiction series with a similar subject matter would also find an eager audience by by this time it was james hodge the grandson of the original hodge that started the company publishing notable trials who was editing the trial transcripts and commissioning the introductions avenue volumes he started to look beyond the legal profession deliberately crossing the boundary between those who dealt with murder only in fact and those who worked with it in fiction to what happens when the series spans is that the pool of people providing introductions expands so more new general authors and writers you have an interesting crime and criminology start to be brought in to provide introductions so one person in particular particular who does this you had mentioned you had a long standing association with the series is f tennyson jesse and if she's remembered a tool these days as its property for her novel pin see the peep show which was published in nineteen thirty four and south drools on elements of the bible and thompson tastes from the nineteen twenties i talked about that case in detail back in episode seven of this podcast titled edith thompson if you're interested to learn more about route that sensational murder trial and the way f tennyson jesse imported aspects of it into her fiction tennyson jesse who by the way was a great niece of the nineteenth century poet laureate alfred tennyson had worked as a war reporter during the first world war and lived according to her biographer joe nocona brenda sometimes bizarre on deterrent life her husband had a very complicated personal life of his own and for the first three years of their marriage they lived as if they were having NFL rather than as husband and wife sneaking around hotels in disguises but despite all of her personal turmoil and there was a lot i recommend in reading a biography of her tennyson jesse produced crisp original introductions for the notable trial series she introductions for half a dozen volumes from the nineteen twenties right through until the late nineteen fifty s the first one she did was ashi to provide a new introduction to the volume on madeline smith the mountains smith case was very high profile case that had taken place in scotland in the mid late nineteenth century and this was a k. i swear a young woman had been accused of poisoning a man who turned out to be halava this scandalous because she was from respectable family family and she was put on trial and the verdict that came back was the scottish verdict not proven which essentially means we think he probably today it's but we don't enough evidence to say so beyond reasonable doubt it was the verdict that leaves the shadow cast really over the defendant and at tennyson jesse's is angle on this trial in the late one thousand nine hundred ninety s israel the different from the angle when the volume festival is in ninety five and she's quite interesting about what it might reveal about women's positions in the victorian period how things have changed or not since then another important indication of of how popular the notable trial series was came in the nineteen forties when hodgin code did deal with penguin to produce theologies of the case introductions that could be sold cheaply deeply for the mass market now penguin had been founded in one thousand nine hundred thirty five and from the outset had had a very strong crime list mainly focusing on on detective fiction but they say published nonfiction books about crime as well things like retired detectives memoirs kind of material and is quite early on in nineteen thirty seven thirty eight hodge and penguin start negotiating about penguin may be doing some kind of series ace of the trials because up until this point these acquire expensive books to buy and you'd be more likely cheaper than from a library really nine hundred forty one the the first one appears and these are omnibus volumes each one contains four or five of the introductions from the notable trials charles volumes so what you got is a little familiar penguin paperback and it has four or five essays and for each one they tend to choose a range of cases says there might be some historical ones and then some more recent ones and they produced in the end entitle the words ten of those house when i i read them i didn't realize that each of those assets had originally been attached to an actual trial transcripts they didn't have to do an awful flow of editing to make them readable are stunned loan essays on the rudy interesting glimpse of war people at the period fell l. were notable criminal cases although the notable trials books were intended to be an objective account of a court case there was a strong element of subjective curation ration- in the way subjects which hose it what made a trial notable after all one thing that was really really keen on was to make sure that the cases that were chosen had some particular interest as trials that there was some legal peculiarity about it he didn't just want cheese case says that had made the headlines because they were scandalous so again his educative approach was very much the for the notable trials books than were were intended to educate and inform readers not entertain them they were breathless grizzly newspaper reports for that but how widely read unworthy somewhat dry court transcripts anyway.
"madeline smith" Discussed on How Many Podcast
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I'm glad for your second wasn't fun Cleveland fell so I guess the only thing we can kind of debate or the other names on this this Bambi thumper those are like us hyphen chicks fun fact for you bumper played by parks was married first African American doc but she wasn't really she was more she had a enroll right decided okay were truly villains or were they bodyguards of of what was his name we're giving Willard why Willard white yes or they were they really his bodyguards or were the they were like personal bodyguards so there is another shake laugh named makes it Oh yes I will tell you producers yourself at the Casino air whenever connery after hearing her name says Oh you must be named after your father hi I'm plenty but of course you are living which is the best bond that's the one where they're in New Orleans the joke the boonies at the best song got the Best Fun ah it doesn't have the best seller list here Miss Caruso played by Madeline Smith nobody really remembers her right Rosie Card for all be carved Gloria Rosen called was agent that was helping him and inflict on so that was a priest was Geoffrey holder the guy from the seven up commercial all grown up ah these are cooling it's marvelous absolutely marvelous just try making something like that of a coup limit why team put in a cooler nut kid in a cooler actually that will be as very shaky Kabila indepth whenever he gets blown up like a below yes water against so obviously the first guy let on in this movie is going to be solitaire one of these best fun women like Queen on the Road King Miss Solitaire Hello my name's Bob James Bob I know who you are what you are and why you would come made a mistake will not succeed bobby did you say that she was number one for me that was when she was at her sweetest and cleaners the medicine but this was like seventy three so she was pretty young at that time I'm looking at pictures of setting at time still holds up yeah I was thinking more more wholesome but she's very sexy in this she's quite the Hawk all right so moving on the next one the man with the golden gun that's a tattoo yes he Christopher Lee makes that airplane out of the AMC Pacer so in that one Andrea Anders played by Maude Adams Good afternoon water fist always take sean system at your hands up and get out of here keep on walking nuns my question is that another first ballot use even though it has the wheels off nece of having long Adams played in multiple bond movies as different characters that's always very ten years apart so even though that happened We're GonNa Count on Adams married good night with another big name h is so why abs never thought she she's an acquired taste I can see I like her but she's a little usually I tend to like brunettes lower the sentence Jessie are you in on Bob you're young she's definitely mem- I guess saying I never thought she was yes good night James Address goodnight and I could get it in a bikini concealed weapons shields Dover okay though to for that yes next up the spy who loved me so that one obviously has a no-brainer balloted Barbara goes while I'm better yes drink may or may I call you triple X. so you know why you made quite an impression radio have a copy on the rocks for the gentleman vodka Martini shaken not stirred touche her sister is cajoles real Walter Buddy Parker is married to geor chairs and so in addition of there's two other names on this list I didn't even get character names avenue girl in off campus so obviously probably don't count what about Naomi you Caroline Munro she probably boy all-time Seventies Carol Monroe was still remember seeing the movie she's shoes Okay so you're yes jesse nights aw no does so while you have any strong opinions about Naomi you know Mr Stanley yes I'm Naomi was the strong accent connective have you do this is my wife I have three my assistant holiday whether the notion a marine biologist is never on holiday crashed such sloppy limes he was in the golden voyage of Sindbad Harry House Movie take back in the seventy s so for now we're going to save Barbara Bach is the only from that movie so yeah looking into moon raker another shake lap name doctor can I help you yes my name is Bond James Bond I'm looking for good you just found her woman you powers have observation do you credit Mr Ban of jaws as far shooter all you can count good for you and you can count on me waiting for you in the parking lot so in addition to Hollywood had she's account just because of the name alone how hot to no one more is it looks like he's attempting reentry God watch doing uh-huh I think he's attempting reinsurer in addition Hollywood had we have Manuela James Oh walk horry do four and he was the girl by the dogs at the beginning of the most.
"madeline smith" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"You know what forever? Still doing it, dude. I bet you eat see him like meeting, all this were introduced to the tenants in the building one of which is Ruben blatas. And this is where you have Joe like Ruben blatas, like, hey, man. Whereas trinity Joe Peggy throws in a you Latins this that the other thing so you can really smell where this movie's going right away. And then there's another Latino couple that don't speak, any English stead Hewlett speak English. They're like Bubba blah. What's they're yelling about like the door doesn't were very obviously showing him a broken door. He's and his whole like slum Lord thing is like the door wasn't broken. When I least you this apartment only broke after you broke it. So it's your problem. It's like a real slum Lord thing. But also, I think just carries into a real misunderstanding on the part of Joe Pesci family about like the responsibility of owning a building like these people don't only things mother. Fucker you do fix it. That's this brings up a question. What am I supposed to be laughing at here that the racism, but the rest is you're supposed to be laughing that there's someone speaking, the language, you don't speak on air quotes here supposed to be a white person, watching this movie. Supposed to be and like they're speaking crazy crazy Latin language, and that's the joke. That is literally, the killer out another hilarious joke lease when he meets a black preacher after he's done speaking with Ruben blonde and Joe patchy. And this is bring out the laughs. He starts singing in, like a Paul Robeson impression. Okie Dokie Sam Simon whatever you say, buddy, just because I like goodfellas this, what you're selling me man, Christ. There needs to be at least, like one white guy in the building, white, or white family or something. Because it that would like ease the racism and make it more of a class thing. You know what I mean? Like, which makes more sense, but, but the movie choosen slum that's works ex should have been in this. We should've been, but instead, the movie chooses to have nothing but my. In this building. So then Joe Pesci can accurately just scream animals at then later in the movie all over him animals. Yeah. It's, it's, it's our duty is going off on some deep shit. His making up all those ancient Italian racism were dining fuck insane. She's gotta get so he, he as he's leaving this building got all his and got anything in enter the quote unquote, love interest, or whomever, this lady is yeah. What's, what's. Let me look it up. Real quick. I hadn't recognized her from anything Heather's, the character had the actress name is Stacey Travis, she's the wife from funny farm, and it's because this was originally supposed to be Chevy Chase not Joe. Patchy. Oh, you know who she plays power woman in mystery men? Oh, you're mixing up. That's his actual girlfriend the blond. Oh, that's what I thought you were talking about. The, the lawyer would ever oh he's getting into fucking little Ferrario year. Look, little fucking for Madeline Smith. Osborne, is her name. Yes. She she was Chevy Chase's wife and funny. She comes he's about to leave and she's like, are you Louis? Crit ski is gear Honey who wants to know. And it's like you're serving subpoena because you're a slum Lord. You know what I mean? She works for Nitra like New York City. Housing authorities. You have to be show, court and thirty days or whatever the fuck it is. And then he's off fuck. This is the dining room scene. And I actually didn't know that Heather, who we just talked about this woman to play power Roman in mystery man. Yeah. Sister, I couldn't get voted I, I to until later in the movie tries to assault her. Okay. The father does ask you're like oh so how far did you go in school?.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Along with Caccia pours Akon ski in poor Peggy college this week every week at this time, we get together for look at a hedge funds and asset management and contiue investing alongside the mighty Apollo sounds like a sure thing. Well, maybe not it. Sure. Looked like a sure thing, but it turned out to be a big loser accusations are flying. So joining us to talk more about a class action lawsuit against Apollo is Sabrina willmar private equity reporter here in New York. Sabrina walk us through this the story. You did a pretty huge investigation. Here. You had two interviews with more than thirty people talk to us about what you found. Sure just to give you some background on this deal. Apollo bought this logistics company in two thousand six at the height of the buyout them. And they wanted managers to have skin in the game. And they wanted them to be aligned with their interest. So they created this equity. Plan for these managers to buy stock and CBA and for the top managers. See the CBA is a logistics company. Okay. So some of its clients are Amazon, and Costco, some big names and go. Hey. As you can invest with them. Right. So that's how it started. And that's not completely unusual to aunt these managers to invest alongside you. But as time went on it became a requirement for managers. Join the firm to put money into the stock plan. So they would be required to put his more than a third of their salary or even a half of their salary depending on their position. And they were told that they could make as much as fifteen times their investment create crazy returns. But at the same time CBA was in trouble. They you tear it was losing money personally because of the debt that was put on the company because in two thousand seven Apollo did another big deal where it merged Sivo with eagle in that more than doubled the debt on the company. So. Even up until twenty eleven these employees were putting money into the stock plan doctors a little bit about the tactics. Because he said he said that it was pretty aggressive based on my interviews with thirty five people. They are either pressured to put money in some people thought that they would lose their job if they didn't participate others it was their requirement like it was the HR policy. Basically, you take it or leave. And you don't get the job. If if you don't put money up in this plan, and that's very unusual from talking to compensation consultants that it plays would actually be required to put money into the stock plan if they weren't a public company at right? So they wouldn't be able to have like monetize their money. Like, you could if you were getting paid in stock, right? Yeah. In there wasn't as much disability into the financials. If you decide. To go with the Irish stock exchange to look at the bonds. That was the only way you could see the financials, really. So a lot of people felt like they were in the dark on. How CBA was doing? They thought that CBA was doing fine. They their stock was doing fine. And then all of a sudden in twenty thirteen they get they come into the office. And they're told on either internal calls or they're sent a letter saying your stock is worth nothing was the company filing for bankruptcy. They didn't file for bankruptcy. Apollo did a deal with two of the largest lenders. Because actually at the same time. Apollo was vying debt at a steep discount starting in two thousand seven and kept accumulating that until it became one of the largest bondholders. So it was making money from that. But then it was putting the specific where it could negotiate with these other lenders and come up with the steel where basically. Swapped their debt for equity in a new company. So it cut the debt on CBA in created this new company that had less debt Apollo did have less of a economic stake. But they still controlled the companies they still held most of the board seats. So the employee's got burned but Apollo did pretty well. It sounds like I mean Apollo disputes that they said that their equity was wiped out also in that they were hurt by this steel too. But obviously, the employee's think otherwise because Apollo still maintain control this company, and they are able to make some money off of an IPO years down the road last year how much money we talking about that the individual employees invested or we're required to invest. Well, for example, it varied with each employee depending on the level Madeline Smith who is the lead antics. Coat of my story. She had to put up more than a third of her salary about eight thousand six thousand dollars, and she she lost it all they did when they did wipe out the equity investments, they came up with a new stock plan for these employees to sign onto so they could recover some of their investment, but they had to sign a waiver not to sue the company to sign up for this plan in if you left within a certain time say before three years, you couldn't recover that money and Smith left. Before three years. So she didn't recover any money. What about their actual jobs? I mean, if this is in distress at this point, we're where some of these people also being laid off at the same time have been currying all this debt. Right. Like one of the other anecdotes of my story was Mike McEvoy, and he was in twenty twelve twenty twelve he was actually celebrated at a company wide event. I thirty seven years of service. And then shortly after he was laid off with more than a thousand employees because of the situation that CBA was in. So basically, they put all their money into the company because they were required to and then they were fired from the company and then yes, a loss. He tried to get a stock back after he was laid off and he didn't get any. He said he didn't get any response. The only notice he got was that letter from the Cayman Islands. The basically said you your stock is. Worth nothing. So what are they going after in the class action suit? Are they going after policy tactics? Are they going after the value of their stock? What did they will their legal argument is fiduciary breach of fiduciary duty? There's trying to say that Apollo had this fiduciary duty to these shareholders also breach a contract because they had a contract with Mike McEvoy who's the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit. And he thinks that he is an adjustment like some money from that in. Of course, Apollo is coming back and saying that no we did not have a fiduciary duty in even if we did we we didn't breach. Sabrina? Thank you so much for all your insight into the thirty four million dollar class action lawsuit against Apollo. Thank you that. Sabrina Wilmer Bloomberg news reporter in New York. Hang on Bloomberg finance Blackstone to become a corporation of.
"madeline smith" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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