35 Burst results for "Marc"

Hedge Fund Veteran Mark Yusko Predicts Bitcoin Will Replace Gold, Unveils Massive BTC Price Target

The Daily Hodl

00:42 sec | 1 hr ago

Hedge Fund Veteran Mark Yusko Predicts Bitcoin Will Replace Gold, Unveils Massive BTC Price Target

"11 p.m. Sunday December 4th, 2022. Hedge fund veteran Mark jesko predicts Bitcoin will replace gold, unveils massive BTC price target. A seasoned hitch fund manager says that Bitcoin BTC will eventually replace gold, and predicts the king crypto will hit a 6 figure price tag. In a new interview with stansbury research, veteran hitch fund manager Mark jesko of Morgan creek digital predicts that China will be the home of the next world reserve currency, but the post hitch fund veteran Marc esco predicts Bitcoin will replace gold, unveils massive BTC price target, appeared first on the daily HODL.

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Why Don't Conservatives Have a 'Marc Elias'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Why Don't Conservatives Have a 'Marc Elias'?

"Elias, Mark Elias, don't we all love Mark Elias. Look, and I'm going to say something this may be a little controversial to say on a conservative talk show and on the Charlie Kirk talk show. And you got to say this, right? I respect Marc Elias. I do. You know what? And I would say, why don't conservatives have a mark Elias? Why don't we have someone who is just going forward, state after state after state, right? And setting this up when it comes to our elections, because you look at Marc Elias, right? To make sure, by the way, that we don't get the elections thrown out that we actually get election laws followed that we actually have elections that are legitimate in this country. So we don't have situations like Maricopa County where people are forced away because of the incompetence or potentially malfeasance of the people like all Bill Gates. Get the true code and the old okey doke running the old okey doke. Remember these guys? And it's the smugness, right?

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Marc Morano: John Kerry Wants the COVID Template to Fight Climate

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Marc Morano: John Kerry Wants the COVID Template to Fight Climate

"The model to fight climate change, we're going to use the COVID template. John Kerry was at the world economic form at the UN climate summit in Egypt, which I just got back from in Sharm el Sheik, Egypt saying we're going to use the COVID template to fight climate. They want to morph COVID and climate by saying uncheck climate change will lead to more viruses, like COVID, ergo, if you oppose the Green New Deal or the UN agreement or net zero, you are a grandma killer because you're going to create more viruses. And that's where they are. And of course, that merges with digital currency United Nations and Mastercard announced a plan. They already have the card out. It came out last year to monitor your carbon footprint. If you exceed your carbon footprint, the card literally cuts off your ability to spend money. It's voluntary now how long will it stay voluntary is the question?

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Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

"Was specifically duped by Deborah birx and Anthony Fauci. She writes about this in her book. And we've now had freedom of information act request. We can see where they literally gleefully even smiling in the photo when they duped Trump into doing the 15 days or to slow the spread. They knew at that point that it was never going to be 15 days. She admits it in her book. They literally lied to Trump just to get that power and get that premise set. So democratic governors could go. But specifically, it goes back to these simulations. The Rockefeller institute, the World Health Organization, Johns Hopkins University, the Gates Foundation. They all had to say, and essentially empowering the public health bureaucracy. So for decades, they'd been seeking more power, more influence. And that's why these simulations that they had sort of give you a window into what they wanted. They were bonkers simulations. Again, there's the openly talk about shutting down the global Internet in these. They talk about total lockdown, and they even talk about the pushback and they have fake news cast. I mean, they put a lot of time and money and thought into this. So in the under the motto of never let a crisis go to waste when COVID came along, they jumped on what they'd always wanted to do. And let me give you an example. The same way when we have a bad hurricane climate activist, jump on that hurricane. The same way when you have a school shooting, gun control advocates, jump on the, you know, the political aspect. There was the same thing here, except the difference was they had power and success far beyond any previous progressive campaign. I think in U.S. history, there's nothing that ever was that fast. That quick, that permanent, and that all powerful that we saw in March of 2020. It became a dictator. And that's because they used fear and the specter of death. Yes.

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Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 4 d ago

Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

"In 2020 though, the World Health Organization, which by the way, Bill Gates is the second funder behind the United States government to the World Health Organization. Their leader Tedros was picked by China, sent a delegation of people world health officials to China to investigate Chinese response. Within a matter of days, they came back and essentially said, we have seen the future. It is China. If you want to contain this virus, do exactly what China's doing. Italy followed suit and then the entire western world followed suit based on World Health Organization guidance. Anthony Fauci was even January 2020 was in an interview saying, can you imagine us shutting down San Francisco in New York like they're doing in China? It could never happen here in the U.S.. Neil Ferguson, the modeler then said, we thought it couldn't happen in the west until it did. So this was like just manna from heaven for these public health bureaucrats who had just couldn't even imagine that they could have this kind of power and sway. And then of course, Donald Trump, I still maintained that if Hillary Clinton were president, I think there would have been massive pushback, but because Trump of a conservative Republican did this emergency decree and then got duped into supporting the ten days, the slowest. We all got duped. We have to be clear. We all got duped. I never suspected when they're talking about a vaccine that there could be anything negative about that. I thought, what a great thing. How wonderful. Let's get this on the fast track. Most of us had no clue what was actually happening. And we are, it is in our national character to be nice to go along. We trust it. And we trusted, this is often what people do. But at some point you begin to wake up, you begin to look around and say, hey, wait a second. What is happening? But those of us who did speak up were crushed by the global elites. I

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Marc Morano: The U.S. Has a Long History of 'Reset' Ideology

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 4 d ago

Marc Morano: The U.S. Has a Long History of 'Reset' Ideology

"Like me were a little bit slow to pick up on it because we thought, well, this has never happened. There's no precedent for this kind of thing. In our nation, and we can pretty much trust people even if they're on the different side of the political spectrum. They're not going to do anything crazy. But they did. They did. In fact, well, in the book, I go back to 1913 in the U.S., Woodrow Wilson's administration was when they first had this ideology, if you will, of the administrative state ruled by credentialed experts over all aspects of your life. And keep in mind, it wasn't done as an evil mastermind plot. This was presented as, you know, people aren't educated enough. We can actually have experts running most aspects of their lives and we can have an unelected bureaucrats literally in credentialed experts managing everything from nationalizing as well. The economy from agriculture to energy to food. All the way through. And this was seen as a positive benefit. Ebbed and flowed throughout the years. In the 1930s, Roosevelt had a kitchen cabinet adviser Stuart Chase, who actually proposed an early version of this great reset, literally nationalization of energy, stopping your government control of news and propaganda, his words. And he actually said, why should the Soviets have all the fun? And this was, of course, during the time when the soap Joseph Stalin was seen as this great reformer and Russia and all the progressives were very excited. So you fast forward and what happened is if you get into the 70s well, particularly the 90s and the last decade and the previous decade, you have a lot of these same progressives now replacing Russia with China. So you have Justin Trudeau saying China is he has basic admiration for their dictatorship. You have Tom Friedman of The New York Times decades ago saying that China's doing it right and that they don't have the messiness of democracy. The UN climate chief praising China. Obama administration officials

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What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

What Happened to Turn the Epic Red Wave Into 2020 2.0?

"Were focused on candidate quality and debates and arguments and who is going to secure the southern border and who's going to stop fentanyl, people like Katie Hobbs and John fetterman sat at home and to digital online fundraisers to secular godless, miserable, rich young professionals in Silicon Valley in New York that gave $2800 a piece gleefully to fund the takeover of America via act blue and the designer of it all was Marc Elias. When you have an entire system that is changing in front of your eyes and the Republican Party becomes the muscular class, carpenters, electricians, welders, plumbers, and police officers. It's harder to fund a political movement that way. The Democrat party has become the upper middle class, the party of accountants, the party of computer scientists, so they're able to raise money a lot easier, act blue, raised $1.8 billion when red raised $1 billion. And there's no reason anymore for candidates to campaign. Why do you have to debate? Why do you have to answer to voters? You don't. Now instead, you run this synthetic artificial construct.

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Elections Have Changed...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | Last week

Elections Have Changed...

"Elections have changed. Elections are no longer what we grew up knowing them to be as we have said on this program for some time. It is now a contest. It is now a tournament of ballots. It's not about voters. It's about ballots. It's about finding pieces of paper and getting them in the right place within a certain time window. The designer of all this is a man by the name of Mark Elias. They do this under the guise under the excuse of democracy. They say, well, we are a democracy. And of course, we are not. We are a constitutional republic. That is why I have been and we have been. So focused on getting our language and our vocabulary correct, but they say it's all about defending democracy. When they are talking about defending democracy, they're not talking about the traditional promise of the founding fathers had for consent to the governed or the permission of the people or separation of powers or the beauty of the United States Constitution. No, no, they're talking about what appears to be the consent of the governed. But in reality, it is a construct. A contest, you could call it the tournament of the ballots. Who can get the most amounts of envelopes into the taxpayer funded Dropbox. That's what we are living through and the designer of it all, the architect, the grand master, is Marc Elias.

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Marc Thiessen: Trump Subpoena Is Political Theatre by Jan. 6 Committee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | Last month

Marc Thiessen: Trump Subpoena Is Political Theatre by Jan. 6 Committee

"Yesterday, Mark Tyson over on Fox News had some pretty good analysis of the timing of the January 6th select committee now, 25 days before the midterm election. Cut number three, here's Mark Tisch in cut three. Yeah, so like everybody on this panel, I was appalled by what happened on January 6th. I spent 7 years working up in the Senate. It was a privilege to walk out on the Senate floor. And every time I see video, like what we saw today, my blood boils. But then as I watched that video today, I had this distinct feeling that I was beaten my emotions were being manipulated, that I was being I was being turned up to get angry about this all over again. And I think that's the purpose of what this hearing was. As you said, if they were going to, if they were going to indict if they were going to subpoena Trump, they could have done it a year ago. If they were really wanted to do this, it felt like political theater. It felt like I don't think it's a coincidence that they scheduled the rescheduled this hearing for the day that the inflation numbers came out. Because we just found out that the record inflation continues and we got numbers on the consumer price index and they want everybody to be talking about January 6th instead of that. So I just feel like it's not just political theater. It's political manipulation. I don't think it's going to work.

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What Will Desperate Democrats Do Before the Midterms?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

What Will Desperate Democrats Do Before the Midterms?

"What is it that people like Mark Elias, for example, Marc Elias being the sneaky evil genius behind the Democrat party? What is it that they might have? To do. What do they have planned? What do they have left? Well, we need to talk about this because I'm afraid Republicans were always playing a step behind. The saying goes is we play checkers and they play chess. The first is this. What do Democrats have up their sleeve? Well, Mark Elias, if you do not know who Mark Elias is. Mark Elias is one of the most powerful people alive. Mark Elias is a Democrat lawyer, he is he controls hundreds of millions of dollars that are at his donated by Democrat operatives to deploy for mass mail in voting to change our election laws, Mark Elias runs an organization called democracy, docket dot com. Everybody listening to this should be aware of democracy, docket dot com. He is a Democrat puppet master. He's able to swindle donors. He talks very, very persuasively. He files lawsuit after lawsuit all around protecting voting rights when in reality it's about mass mail in voting. Completely blurring the lines between election integrity and outright widespread fraud on democracy docket dot com. You will see that Marc Elias is freaking out that Republicans are actually filing lawsuits who they call it GOP anti voting lawsuits increased nearly fivefold in 2022. So Mark Elias is the schemer, Mark Elias is the planner. He is the person that always puts together the strategy, the game plan. To try to hijack our entire civilization.

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Who Are the Real Climate Criminals?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 3 months ago

Who Are the Real Climate Criminals?

"I have to just have you give us some clarity mark on the disparity geographically. So America is lambasted by the likes of Karl Schwab, the World Economic Forum, Greenpeace, you name it, the guy who worshippers. But which countries in the world, I mean, we have an unbelievable record. I know under the Trump administration, after we left the Paris climate accords, we actually improved our CO2 output after we left that outrageous regime. Who are the real big players that pollute the atmosphere and who get away with it and who seemingly don't care Mark yes, well, great question. First of all, the United States, since the first earth day in 1970, we have radically improved air and water quality, while at the same time improving economic growth and big increases in population. Having done all that, the World Health Organization recognizes the U.S. as among the cleanest air and environmental quality in the world. And this is our success story. And yes, you mentioned Donald Trump. Donald Trump pulled out of the UN Paris agreement and the United States drum roll please Sebastian led the world in reducing carbon dioxide emissions. No other country came close. It was because of our technological innovation of fracking, replacing fracking, replacing coal with fracking, which was a lower emitting, more efficient form of energy and less environmentally disruptive. I mean, you would drill a hole in the ground and then drill horizontally and get the gas out that way. So this was a huge success story. But instead of allowing this to continue, this was all collapsed. And we went from the world for the first time since Harry Truman was president in 1952. We were the world's leading exporter of oil and gas. We had more exports than imports. We had more production than consumption. We were sitting pretty. What every president is Richard Nixon claimed they were going to achieve American energy independence actually happened under Donald Trump. And COVID lockdowns came and pulled the plug on everything. Biden came in and further, you can't say he pulled the plug. He poured the cement upon everything and buried American energy, whereas now their intentionally creating energy shortages. This isn't a side effect. Oh, these energy restrictions. This is a feature of the Green New Deal style, great reset policies upon which they're imposing. And the real villains obviously is China.

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California's Communist 'Great Car Reset' With Marc Morano

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

California's Communist 'Great Car Reset' With Marc Morano

"About the latest developments, California announced this week that by 2035, so in 13 years time, they will have banned gasoline engines. What's the real objective here Mark? Well, they know they can't do this. First of all, let's look at this. This was not voted on by California. They didn't have an initiative. There wasn't a referendum. There wasn't a legislator. This was a Gavin Newsom executive order, followed up by a bureaucratic board called carb, which literally issued these edicts from the unelected morass of the bureaucracy. So what they're doing is they're telling Californians by 2035, you will not be able to go buy a new gas powered vehicle or diesel in our state. It's illegal. Now, what if you bring it from another state? What if you try to come in from Nevada with a car? Who knows what's going to happen? They haven't worked all that out yet. But you're ending with a spectacle of there's going to be competition now for the used cars that are gas powered. This is going to end up looking like Cuba, where everyone's driving around 19 California cars. And beyond that, Gavin Newsom knows in California, bureaucrats know they can never meet this. So what they're really doing. And the real purpose of this, I mean, if Sebastian, what Gavin Newsom is doing is to create a car shortage because there's no way they're going to be able to have electric cars ramp up with all the rare earth mining necessary you have lithium and three South American countries that they're refusing to essentially allow to be mined. You have China getting the cobalt for electric cars from Africa using underage miners. You have all these chip shortages, refinements. There's no way this is happening, but what is going to happen is chaos. And it's going to be a situation, not unlike East Germany, where people are going to be on a waiting list for an electric car like they were for the East German treban. So what California is doing is borrowing a page from Cuba, a page from East Germany, and they're creating the perfect environment for the great car reset, which is going to be chaos and limiting people's travel, making automobile, whatever you ration something, you're going to make them more expensive. So this is a way you can reduce emissions. The climate is behind all of this. The great reset is behind all of this.

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Marc Morano on The US's Orwellian Descent Into a Social Credit System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Marc Morano on The US's Orwellian Descent Into a Social Credit System

"So that the social credit system where in China, if you say the wrong thing, they can just switch off your access to air travel or to education or to mortgages or what have you. How dangerous is this push to move towards digital currency, meaning that we will be a cashless society, everything has to be paid electronically. You got to swipe your phone, swipe your card or whatever it is. If we have that and we have people like this, Soviet trained individual that Biden nominated to be comptroller of the United States economy who said she wants to have all all trekking accounts made national made part of the U.S. government, then we're talking about a scenario mark in which if you say the wrong thing, your capacity to even buy anything can be shot off centrally. This is truly orwellian. Is it not? It is. In the book, I go heavily into the digital currency aspect of this. As it relates to violators of COVID lockdowns to vaccine mandates to anyone who dissents or protests. So first of all, in the United States, Joe Biden earlier this year, it's issued a national bank digital currency executive order. And what they want to do is establish, this is essentially to compete with any decentralized digital currency. They want to establish a national digital currency from the Federal Reserve that will literally do as you're describing. You will only be able to spend money and participate in economy if you are a citizen in good standing. A la Chinese social credit system.

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Marc Morano Explains the Left's New 'Digital Tyranny'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Marc Morano Explains the Left's New 'Digital Tyranny'

"Us about what they say they're doing. So we understand it as communism in your book the great reset out today. You can see the truth behind it. But when it comes to the World Economic Forum, when it comes to the John Kerry's the Karl Schwarzschild, what are they saying they are doing? Is this does this fall under social justice and equity? What is the packaging they use? Well, the packaging, their idea is if left to our own devices, we the unwashed masses would create racism, white supremacy, environmental destruction, to climate crisis, that we need to be led by credentialed experts. So it is like the socialism Marxism an old with one twist. It's got a technocratic edge to it. They want to use the latest technology and surveillance to literally control us. And the key here is they're doing it with, they don't necessarily need giant standing armies and a Gestapo. They can do it through a digital way to basically unperson people. They can de platform cancel defund you, make you irrelevant. We had the case of the recent, I guess it was a kickboxer MMA type fighter who literally because he came into cancel culture had his Gmail canceled, his website canceled, his social media accounts canceled. They can cancel your text, your phone service. We've had Trump officials had their bank cards revoked from the credit unions. We saw how Justin Trudeau did it. So this is a new form of tyranny. They make you irrelevant. It's based on a Chinese social credit system, though it's getting a mismatch of all the old systems, and they're essentially repackaging it into a new more terrifying and effective digital tyranny.

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Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

"Even on CNN, even on CNN, an economics professor, a federal budget expert. Somebody named Johns Hopkins, economics professor Mark Goldwyn, was on with CNN's poppy Harlow. Poor poppy seemed flabbergasted to hear an economics professor confirm that forgiving student debt will make inflation worse that's sort of the catch 22 of this all. We can send everybody another round of checks to pay for their inflation costs. But that would actually make inflation worse. What we need to do now is get inflation out of control. One of the easiest ways to do that is to ask people to start paying back the debt they already owe. To start making the principal payments that they already agreed to. And by the way, while not everybody that has students at is rich, disproportionately, student debt is being held by people that have advanced degrees and be good income, and they can bear it a lot more than everyday Americans that are seeing the cost of their gasoline and clothing go up.

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Actor and comedian Teddy Ray dies in Southern California

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Actor and comedian Teddy Ray dies in Southern California

"Actor and comedian teddy ray has died at the age of 32 according to authorities in California I'm Marc czar led a with the latest The Los Angeles Times report sheriff's responded to a call about a death at a private residence in Rancho mirage California on Friday A sheriff's spokeswoman and the county coroner confirmed the death of teddy ray but the cause of death is unknown Ray played the bailiff on the HBO Max series pause with Sam Jay He also appeared on the digital series cancel court and did stand up

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Lindor, Mets hammer Marlins' López 9-3 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Lindor, Mets hammer Marlins' López 9-3 for sweep

"The mets finished up a three game sweep and kept their three game lead in the NL east by blasting the Marlins 9 three Francisco Lindor Jeff McNeil and Marc Anna each had three of the Met's season high 19 hits helping New York run its winning streak to 6 games Canada and Brandon nimmo each had two RBIs The mets built a 6 zero lead against Pablo Lopez chasing the right hander after two and two thirds innings Taiwan walker improved 92 allowing three runs over 5 and two thirds The mets tossed 20 consecutive scoreless settings in this series until Jacob stallings RBI single in the 5th I'm Dave ferry

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Who Can Be Trusted in the MAGA Movement With Peter Navarro

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Who Can Be Trusted in the MAGA Movement With Peter Navarro

"An organization out there that is maga or is America first? Or do we have to create one? Because the clock is ticking Peter. I told the boss in this article put Liz Harrington or Johnny Mac and T in charge of that, give them the power to hire and fire and clean that frig out. I mean, you can use the place, but you got to get rid of all the rhinos never trumpers, and those trumpism without Trump. People. It's a bad thing. It needs to do something about it. I had a bad, bad feeling about it when I saw it, all these people I'd never heard of, all these people who didn't stand out for maga, find out more. We're going to challenge Marc loader because he's been on the show a lot. We'll ask him about his comments about you, but in the meantime, taking and the boss. And the boss, taking back Trump's America, how we lost The White House and how will win it back. If you

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I'm back for a couple of days. I was in st louis. And i gotta be honest with you man. After all the shit talking of missouri. I had an amazing bunch of shows there. It's you know. I freak out before. I go anywhere and i was paranoid but yeah i'm also critical. You'll missouri. i'm not i. it's still a political and kind of religious crucible of dumb fuck ary but saint louis. It's odd i. I've been there before but i don't always remember the cities that i've been in and i notice that when i was driving around realizing that like i remember like the record store i went to but it wasn't like excitement. It was like it was like being at the returning the place where the trauma happened again. I just the tone my rental car and mike. Oh my god. I've been here. I've been here. Oh shit. This is where i had the sandwich. Zouk with weird tone but i was not traumatized it turns out that saint louis is a pretty great city it was probably an amazing city and now it's pretty great it's stunning. There's a lot of great buildings a lot of good Parks apparently the all. The museums are free and outdoor concerts and stuff. I'm not going to do a big commercial for saint louis. I barely got into the city. I was staying outside of the city in clayton where the club is which is sort of a suburb. I think but i got out. I ate some things. Great fucking record stores. Man i went to. I went to vintage vinyl. Which is good but then i want to. You could records holy fuck and like look man. I know. I don't know when this is gonna end. I don't know when it's going to stop. I know that. I'm not the only fifty seven year old man scrambling around buying records. And i know that. Every day that i buy more records every day of my life when i look at my records i look at my guitars. I look at my house. Or i look at my shoes. I look at my shirts. I realize what's going to happen to all this shit. How much of this is gonna be garbage. Where does all this go in. That goes to seriously though. Where is it going to go. And then it goes to fuck. I've got. I've got to redo my will. I think who's in my i got. Who's in my will. What what is i got. Where's my estate planning situation. Would i better. I gotta make sure somebody gets his stuff. I gotta make sure charity. Get some things. I should give my my pants charity and the boots some money and stuff. So that's where my brain goes. But look i'm just trying to change my diet to as bad as it can possibly be so I can die before everyone dies at the same time but back to saint louis so the reason as you guys know i go to do. The extended runs is to work on the shit and it had been a few weeks before. I since i did that hours. And god damn it. I got out there man. Though second shows there was one. Show friday the first show variety were. That's it that's the structure you'll ended on So tied up. Figure out how you want to end the thing. Move some stuff around. You got some guts around this. These death jokes. So you know close with him. Don't be a puss and then figure out the tag. So this is inner dialogue stuff. So i'm doing bad our fifteen our twenties our twenty five. I'd say i do have a pretty solid our ten. That's going to be good. But then like second shows friday and saturday where you gotta turn on the juice you got to tweak your fucking energy i just and also by saturday second show Board of my shit. Because i've done four in a row identity one that before that and i gotta make it interesting for me. So it got real. It got weird. It was beautiful second. show saturday. Saint louis fucking serious jazz set serious and look man. I don't need to be like some comics is sort of like mark going to improvise an entire show. Like if you're a good comic of course you can do that. You don't need to whatever. So but the riffing thing distortive riff with some intention in some and really explore something to figure out how you think about stuff is fucking thrilling. You know it's thrilling. Because it doesn't always hinge on getting the laugh with me. it's a sort of like creative discovery process. Which is how. I do it but when it really goes when you're really feeling like you're in the cradle of it and the audience can handle it. That second show saturday was it's just one of those things that's never going to happen again. Fortunately i recorded it on my phone. Oh fuck who. Who am i going to leave my phone too. I got to put that phone. I put my phone code somewhere where people can get it. In case something happens. I have to give somebody my phone code. I'm going to raffle my phone code off but yes so it was very productive all five shows and you know people were very nice. Mid western people. The people clementines ice cream. The publicists there julie. She's been hooking me up with ice cream. Which i don't really need. But they make this amazing ice cream there this place and it's like you know ninety percent butterfat or something's fucking nuts and and they've sent it to me here but i'd never been to the store and i got there and the a bunch of them come from the ice cream place in the next day tamara. The woman who owns a five clementines ice cream places in in saint louis is like. Let me show you around like there seemed to be some sort of concerted effort on behalf of the city to make me assess it properly like hey man we get it. Missouri sucks but this town. This city is okay man. it's okay we got cool food. We got ice cream and we got like free museums man and good record stores and decent people and kind of wild old brick architecture get on board. I got off the plane. When i got there right to patty's which is some old s. barbecue to shoved a bunch of ribs in my face definitely celebration of food. Shame for me. But anyways i was taken around by somebody who lives there. And she's a you know. I guess what you call it a carpet bagger. She's transplant who fell in love with the place. But i forget that. I like these places. I like these midwestern cities. Until i get someplace. What's up and my my opinion has not changed.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Right. Let's do this how are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck knicks. what's happening high. A marc maron. This is my podcast. Wpf welcome to it. We've got a great run shows. I hope you're enjoying yourself outside of the in memoriam shows which are also great but have sad intent. They're not intended to be sad. That's maybe not the right word. The reason that they're re showcased is sad. Loss is sad and it's part of life. I don't want to be negative. Look man today. David chases on the show and Obviously many of you know him from the the sopranos. He was the creator of the sopranos. One of the greatest television shows ever and before that he was a tv writer on many shows including the rockford files northern exposure. But as you'll find in our conversation in his heart he always wanted to be a filmmaker and now is this time. Well he made a movie or two but this he wrote the script for the movie coming out now that he was supposed to direct but he he he couldn't We chat about that. We chat about that but he wrote the script for the new movie that many saints of newark which deals with the characters from the sopranos in the late sixties. And it's great. It's it's if especially if you love the sopranos if you know the sopranos and you know those characters to see these actors doing them when they were younger men is really A treat and gandolfini kid plays gandolfini. Plays tony and he's east tremendous. I think you'll enjoy it. So i talked to him in a bit. Who didn't fucking love that show though. I think it was the second season of glow where i when i wasn't shooting which was a lot. I watched the entire run every episode of the sopranos. On my phone. I couldn't stop 'cause i remember. I'm old enough to remember when the sopranos aired on. Hbo and it was a my recollection. It was the first time where you like every sunday. You kind of there was a few shows that hbo is doing before streaming where it actually gave your week. Some sort of meaning you. I gave you something to look forward to depending what you did with your life or maybe you were excited every day. I think the ones that really got people doing that. We're probably six feet under mad men and the sopranos where sunday night. You're like you got home to watch it. it was. It was something to look forward to. I think that's sort of the downside of the streaming thing everything. All the time is is not great because then you gotta wait a year. You know when the kind of a dull dolled out once a week had a natural sort of build to it absorbed differently and then you had to wait a year at least every week you were occupied. It wasn't just three days of staying up and watching all of something but whatever you know the it was great. It's a great show. And i and i and i miss it. I think it was very exciting. I mean look. Every episode was amazing but most of them are great characters. Were great god damn man. Gandolfini was so fucking good imperial all of them. Eighty alco fucking brilliant man a. We're all getting old. But i'm gonna talk to david chase. It's going to happen..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"From there and was like it's one of those places like i don't know always how to To sort of appreciate things in life and then are in. I had to force myself today. Real one of the best fucking meals ever. It's nice when that happens man when that happens. That's spot are you able to do it on. General are you just like work minded just like work minded but sometimes it hits me. I remember one time wasting in the bay area. Who i went to this fancy restaurant just for lunch which it was like one of the piece of joints. It was like the sister restaurant. The boot and shoe okay. The buttons julia had a salad. Yeah fucking salad. Yeah it was the gasoline and you. It i remember it was so damn good food up on me. Yeah so like. I don't know like the whole story. But where did you grow up. I grew up in miami florida raised. Man i don't know what to do with florida do you I know and from there. And i'm in certain way i'm very proud to be from the i wouldn't be talking to you right. If it wasn't for florida state university. I went to film school. And all the programs the state put into place like me who grew up poor could actually go to college and yet damn wild sinking. It's full of weirdos. My mother's down there and i i've grown to appreciate it because of the You know i. I guess diversity's a nice word for whatever the hell happening there But there's like So many people so many freaks and so much tension so much tension and there's certain areas of florida the kind of are like the frontier. We'll just go to get space and do whatever the fuck they want right and more power to them to have a place where i can do that but this thing is like come on. It's getting crazy especially with the senior population. That's down there easy. Y'all can't. I can't look at that guy anymore. Disentis again look at. Yeah but that aside so but do you find that. Florida has defined outside of college. She your childhood is defined your vision somehow vision. I i will say i think got to find the way i see light. Yeah there was the cinematographer who passed away. While i was in film school year and me being a film nerd and this guy named con conrad hall Great cinematographer show a lot of films everybody's seen hooting that won the oscar for american beauty cinematography and remember reading this article having american cinematographer white guy but he was from fiji And he always said the way he saw. Light was driven by how he saw light as a child which was very bright. Bright sort of like really Bursting sort of sunlight and grown up in florida especially in miami. It's the same thing. Kind of like the most southernmost point you can be in the us. Yeah so it's a very particular way of seeing light. And i do think that affects the way. I like my films. Well i mean. I i find that like in watching all the films. I gotta be honest with you man. I mean 'cause. I had a like some sort of event happen over. The last couple of weeks i watched all of Underground railroad from the beginning. Thank you and i'm just a white dude. A middle aged white dude trying to understand and do the right thing. But i don't know that you know from the you know within ten minutes of that Film which it seems like. It's all one big movie in a way is it. I think it's a tv show. But uh i don't. I don't correct when they call it a film. I think i see it as a compliment. A certain way. Well i it just seems like it. It just the process of it all of it. I mean it's obviously. They operate each episode separately. But it all is moving towards something it is. He's right and it does not feel like like a tv series. Why you're you're going. I wonder what's going to happen next. View all right so but nothing somehow the the the way that you film things and your sense of composition color tension of it. I don't know that i've ever been able to experience a a painful human empathy For for the struggle of slavery bike. I understand it. I feel bad but the it created something tangible in me. And i was like. Oh my god all the way through that the undercurrent of how you're depicting the violence the brutality and just the the abuse on every level really sort of somehow or another made it real fresh human and an horrendous a compliment. But do you wanna say his i. I have heard the some people can't get through the first hour of the show. And that's interesting to me because i think back on my senegal. Well i i wonder what it must have been like for them to get through the first hour of their lives. Yes this was. The this was the the the beginning middle and end of their lives with live underneath the tyranny. This experience. so if you can't watch more than an hour of the show some respect my astor's names as the kids say yeah But i think you were talking about was kind of the point for the group of us who made the show. it wasn't about presenting the spectacle of the condition of american slavery. Which is something that has been done. Very well right And and for very pointed reasons and other works on the subject in the past. I think we want to present an experience that was in some way because nothing can approximate what it must have been like to have been my ancestors right but still to bear witness what it must have been like to have been my ex ancestors and to do so in a way that she could understand the struggle. They endure the things they withstood. And i like to say the things they did the things they did The creations they made and the families they protected and foster so that i could sit here and have this conversation with you bre via with you. Well that was the balance right. So because i mean i knew i didn't read the book and so You know it appeared to me fairly quickly to to to sort of unfold as an allegory of some kind And and you know. I i can understand that all the way through that there were there. Were launching points from historical fact And those were were fictionalized to affect some of them And then the the idea of the railroad being a real railroad sorta like a this morning. I'm hiking. I realize i. It is sort of a a purgatory. And then you only get out and you're in hell again. In his interesting. You mentioned the fact out in the idea of fact and fiction is something that that i've been talking to a lot especially with the author. Colson had a really really smart cat. Yeah harvard educated pulitzer prize winner. He's very smart individual but he talks about the difference between fact fiction and truth and some of these facts that we've been given. Yeah we've been given by the people in power you know. I think there was was an article that came out about two months ago about the textbook. That was still being used. And i wanna say louisiana mississippi somewhere region where the textbook was telling kids high school students that the american slave trade was a system of conscripted labour. You know really. It was being framed in this way. And i thought about that and i realized oh if i had only read the novels the fiction of tony morrison as a high school student. I would've gotten close to the truth experience than reading the fact based textbook and so i think this idea of fact and fiction. That's one thing. But i think we should really be talking about truth to a certain degree in colson does by as you said taking these events that that did happen but sort of h- having them happen.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I celebrated my twenty second year anniversary of my sobriety on monday. And i am public with that. I tweeted. i've twenty two years sober today and it was interesting. The shit show that followed a lot of congratulations. A lot of you know trolling ally. It'd be just weird. It's just weird. And it's weird to me that there's still a contingent within the recovery community. That believes that. Look man i get anonymity and look man woman he she a it vow. There's many ways to get sober. I don't care how you do it. The reason i in public. And i've said this before i am publicly sober because it is possible and again i know what's worked for me. Yep people ask me. Do you still go you still in it. You still do the the secret society. And mike i do. Sometimes i do. Not as much as i used to. But i engaged when i go on trips. I i always have my books. Do i read them. No but i just it's a reminder this constant reminder. I talked to people in the club often. But i don't want to drink use drugs. That's what's happened. I don't know how you could get through twenty two years and still have that day to day struggle. I know that. Because i did it the way that i do it. Which is the secret society that it changed my brain. You volunteer for brain fucking and things are rearranged and you're like well this system this template will help me have to do it perfectly is not possible you have to do it by the book you can but then you're almost intolerable but you can change your brain to see who you are more honestly and take responsibility for things you do and Sort of take pause when you're about to do things that are stupid like take a drink. Or rune your life with your mouth or do a drug. But i don't care how you do it. I'm talking about it so you know it's possible totally possible. I'll tell you one thing being in that secret. Society taught me how to engage. My empathy taught me how to engage myself taught me how to be a little more selfless in light of other people's problems taught me how to it's the it's really the foundation of this show to people talking to each other one person talking to another person to get out of their own head. Like if i'm going crazy. I wanna drink or i want to hurt myself or i wanna fuck things up if i just engage with somebody else to take my mind off me and my dumb desires compulsions fears anxiety and let somebody else. Tell me their story. Their fears anxieties successes. Then i'm not thinking about me and ninety nine percent of the time after that conversation whatever was going to drag you into the pit from within has gone away. The monster is crawled back into whole for a while but anyways. That's why i share. Oddly i wanted to own this. This is a cell phone in the sense that you know within the program. There is a tradition that is dated to that states that We should keep any. We should keep it out of press radio films. You know that we shouldn't talk about it people in this secret society in a and that's all fine you know there's no law and no one's gonna kick me out but i believe the reason was is that if the person who does that drinks or gets mangled in a car because alcohol relapses whatever then people think that you know. Aa as someone who spoke about it publicly. He's a representative. it doesn't work. Well look man. Those numbers are available. You want see if it works or not. The percentage of people staying sober within the secret society are. They're not great but in the big picture people staying sober in general after trying to quit. Not great it's hard and people relapse they die. They can't get out from under it no matter what you use to stop. That's a reality. So any sort of inspiration. Any shared experience with the possibility of having a life without drugs and alcohol. If they are ruining your life is a good thing. I don't give a fuck when anyone says. I got a letter today a chip. Which i don't have anybody in my life really in the way that like no one's going to buy me a chip you get him when he goes to the meeting when you go announce your birthday i gotta do that. I gotta do that. What what is it. I gotta do that. I usually do that a couple times. You go out and but no the the. The big chips are heavier. They're weightier. I last year. I bought my twenty one year chip myself. I got this letter with a bunch of cats on the front of it. Marc maron hello. I suppose you'll get your twenty two year chip at the home group like the rest of us. At least i hope you can this year. Please accept this one from me to you with gratitude for sharing your life so unselfishly through the podcasts. And you're live your show. Merrin gave me the courage to walk back into the rooms. Five years ago after an eighteen year relapse so happy twenty two to you. Stay safe out there. Sending love and light one day at a time. So there you go. I guess sets worth breaking the tradition isn't it isn't it. Old-timers holders tight bleeding deacons. I'm so glad. I got my chip. How carry them around. They do for a few days some exciting news for all the ben. And jerry's lovers out there the flavor gurus have churned up five new non dairy flavors this year. All your favorites now in a delicious non dairy alternative enjoy this creamy plant based treat with your friends. There's an option for everyone tonight..

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"marc" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"No it's fantastic. I mean to get on the podcast is people basically call They come to the website. It's marc randolph. Dot com slash guest. And they leave me a two minute message. They talk about who they are what they're working on..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Today so over the last few weeks since i saw the movie pig and watched a every episode of underground railroad and have been spending a lot of time with the work of sterling harjo native american you. It's it's very easy to start thinking. Like what power does art have. And there's something about expression about vulnerability about the connection to the the human heart and the community heart through art. That means something. And i didn't think i was really this guy. I think i'd gotten cynical. But i believe that's a key to us. Moving forward is respecting the creative voices and voices in general of people that are not usually heard through their creativity and through their their expression and and and and their communities. So i don't know what it is but something's happening in terms of how my hope is defining itself And i didn't have much of it. And i wouldn't say mock optimistic but i think people are are generally pretty decent. I went to a block party yesterday around here. And i never met my neighbors and i didn't think i was gonna be in town but it was happening right on this corner and went out. Met all my neighbors And so i've already met before. Few i know and it was just you know maybe thirty forty maybe fifty people from the neighborhood. I had never seen before but it was like it was people coming together of all different types. Just you know having a piece of pizza. You know watching kids play talking getting to know each other enjoying the yes. There was a little booth about the historical neighborhood. We live in But people being people not being in their phones not living In relation to information that they've dumped in their head and that day has no bearing on their life. Just people how you doing joe. Thank you for the tomatoes. Joe brought me some tomatoes the other day. He's like i got more. You know that means a lot. That's a lot more enriching even just that moment. That exchange is It's not it doesn't feel as satisfying to the monkey. Brain is quick bait but to the heart makes big difference. But i was excited to talk to ao scott and a little intimidated but But i read this piece. You wrote a few weeks ago Called the movies are back but what are movies now. That was in the new york times. And it was very insightful and provocative. And i kind of read that and that sort of got me excited to talk to him as well. So i reference satellite during the conversation. Because there's a lot in there in. There's a lot in the book and i just wanted to. I wanted to mix it up. Man wanted to mix it up a little bit He goes by the name. Tony you can read him regularly regularly regularly in the new york times and his book better living through criticism how to think about art pleasure. Beauty and truth is available wherever you get books and this is me talking to it so I guess you're wondering why i called you. Yes great to hear from you. I mean it's it's it's always been kind of one of these fantasies you have. Maybe maybe i'll do the marc maron podcasts. One day really. Yeah you've been thinking about it. Well it's well. It's weird because as we enter the end of times you know. I'm trying to kind of wrap my brain around certain things. And i don't like i've been reading the book. I started the book the better living through criticism. But i have to be honest with this is a battle. I've had my entire fucking lying with the the notion of criticism and you're in the in in this book. You're sort of putting it in a way that i can wrap my brain around because you don't know how long i've been looking at north of fries book on my book show. I mean for decades when an intellectual dude that i looked up to said well you to criticism you have to read the anatomy of criticism by northrop frye. And i've got you know heavily underlined first three or four pages and then i'm out tony. Well that's that's a tough one. I i still have that that that book also on my shelf sort of you know Looking at me and every once in a while sort of stealing a glance at it and feel a little embarrassed and ashamed. That what i'm doing is is so far from that ideal and i love that book but it is a book by someone who has who seems to have read absolutely everything and just has it all. It is operatives the from the ancient greeks to to modern poetry and he just like you synthesize it in this amazing way but that's not the only thing criticism is i don't think no but then okay so then i've got Walter ben i mean that's how you say it and writing i got. I've got those books and same thing. I'll get them. I read them for about ten pages. I might. This has no bearing on my life. This isn't helping me at all. And then i got to put that away. So those are the two things that i've been judging my entire intellectual adult life against and i can't get through them i can't get through them and i and i guess i'm this is just by by way of thanks for you to sort of breaking it down in emotional and personal way in your book so i guess on some level poetically you know you would see you know maybe some tag and ben mean as the as the sort of modern definers. Modern cultural criticism certainly sunlight. Certainly for me Just kind of growing up on tag was was was a big one I just found the power of her mind. And this is what i think. The key for me to criticism is and what what attracts me to it. As a reader. And maybe also as as a writer is to be in the presence of someone else thinking. So you feel like when you're reading susan's contact essay the the thing that's most Kind of galvanizing and magnetic about. It is watching her mind. Were watching her sort of take a difficult writer text or a problem of human existence or human consciousness or the ethics of photography and try to think through try to try to wrestle with it in an active an open minded way. I never feel like she's just applying a set of principles that she already thought of. She's actually you're watching for working watching her thing in that way. That like in in the way you kind of construct your book and and the way you sort of advise people or or what i get out of it that that active engagement with tax film a piece of art or even some food is is really and connecting that to your heart and mind as a means by which you seek to understand and feel connected israeli the the human activity of thought and moving and moving the ideas forward exactly right yes now. That senate really. I think you said it better. Just maybe than i did in the book but it is..

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"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It out. Hey there folks. This is the tax show as you know on this program. I never want to talk about anything. Controversial were all about unity on this program. We don't talk about vaccines. We don't talk about the election fraud. We don't talk about those things. We want to unify and today in that spirit. I'm interviewing marc morano He has a book out called green fraud and he means that in the best way green fraud quite the green deal is even worse than you think. Marc morano welcomed the program. Thank you erica. I'm happy to be here today. Appreciate it the green new deal. When i heard about it the first time i remember it was like when i heard about defunding police. You thought there are some things that are so astronomically silly that there's no way to comprehend them seriously. You just think that person's crazy and no one will take it seriously and then you find out. Maybe you're wrong. We're living in really crazy times. That's the headline mark moreno because the green new deal is just it's mind-bending it's mind-bending to me that anyone could take it seriously but but talk to us about it. You've written a book called green fraud. Y. is this even worse than we think. Well the green new deal implies number one that we have climate emergency climate crisis that we have twelve years by which to act. And the clock's ticking. I think we're down to just a little over ten years now. Another one of these tipping points and by the way in the book i trace the first climate tipping point to eighteen sixty four where we were warned of climatic excess unless we did something so these tipping points have been around for centuries literally but the green new deal even if we faced a climate emergency. They claim which we don't. We don't even face really measurable climate implants by mankind. I mean that's the thing is hundreds of factors that influence the climate. You can't distinguish him. From natural variability. we probably warmer during the period. When jesus was on earth with when during the time jesus christ was born and medieval warming period. We were probably warmer according to peer reviewed studies waiting till the world's end around that time in the middle ages red that what do you mean by end. Didn't they have some kind of a climate disaster wiped out the population actually Maybe not because here we are. I gotta tell you. I remember hearing this kind of stuff in the eighties in college these predictions. That were just you know really dire predictions and then time would pass. Nothing would happen and nobody would mention it again. So you do get a little bit like the boy crying wolf but what you just said to me. The most important piece is that no matter what the weather is doing You're saying that it's simply not a fact that human activity is the main cause. So what a lot of these people are screaming about. They make it sound like. We're all doing something that we could change. And that would solve the problem and we. We don't know that so they're asking us to spend many many billions trillions of dollars to do something without a clear outcome. Isn't that really the main point yeah. I mean the gist to this whole time. climate movement. If humans are driving this catastrophe we have to act. You have senators like chuck schumer. Who said it had. We done more on climate. These hurricanes wouldn't be as bad. Here's what i mean by. There's.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I left my house the other day without my phone. And i go back for it. That's right hero. That's right brave. That's right the unknown folks to be in that car for what was going to be a probably an hour errand about twenty minutes to twenty minutes back twenty in the middle doing the thing no phone and i i felt a little vulnerable. I felt a little naked. I felt a little disconnected. I felt a little Like crazy like you know. Like when i can do my friend. Where's my friend. What am i going to do in that. Let me to believe that. Maybe i need to break up with my phone. I don't know. I don't know if that's possible. I don't think it is possible but it did show me that. I could leave at home more and then the other night i left house left the house with my phone but no wallet a different type of Like feeling like a little untethered but the wall of fear is really just about like. If i get mangled in my car drives off a cliff or i get into a head on collision and i'm nothing but mush and i got my wallet with me. This cannot be easy to find me. I say well that's not true. Just fine my license point. Oh good i just found a way to comfort myself. The next time. I in my car and i forgot my wallet. Is that like. Hey if they need to. Id you remains. They can just pull your info off the plate. Who thank god. Need to be myself up about that. Next time i just need to know. I'll be okay when i'm dead if i don't have my wallet. 'cause this pull it off the plate pull that net get that info. Yeah but the. The phone thing was real. I i did. I tried an experiment. I took a walk on purpose the other day without my phone on purpose because dude. The reality is mundane. The reality is slow. You know what paces your true reality. How much are you putting in your head. That's making you crazy all this all these so eighty five. Ninety percent of the assumptions were making are not have nothing to do with our life. They have nothing to do with how we are. They have nothing to do with how we treat other people. If you're only relationship is with your phone. How often do people factor in. Are you saying thank you. Are you opening the door. Are you asking people they are. Are you having moments. You sit with people. Sit with people. We're all right stop. The fire stopped the fire in your brain. Take some time off. Take a little time off from the machine. Okay so joseph. Gordon levitt has been working in show business. Since he was six years old. His grandfather was a director He was in popular movies as a kid. Like angels in the outfield and the long running sitcom third rock from the sun. He was in movies like five hundred days of summer the dark knight rises inception brick looper and a bunch of other movies but now he's created this amazing show. He's he's written directed and stars in this new apple. Tv plus series called mr cormon I watched six episodes thought. I watched the whole thing. But i hadn't he sets me straight and It's just about a guy it's about a teacher. i think he's a fifth grade teacher. But it's not what he wanted to do but there's not much what he wanted to be a musician but there's not much more to the pitch than that but there's something about the intensity of this guy's way of seeing things and being it's very familiar and I i liked it. He's an intense guy and this very human kind of show. It's on apple. Tv plus and it premiers. Friday friday august sixth. Okay this is me talking to Joseph gordon levitt mike. That's that's on the marc maron podcasts. I'm not gonna go through some fucking future speaker. Michael very odd.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right leads do this. How are you what the fuck. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck adele alex. What the fuck knicks. What the fuck toplitz. How is everyone. Everybody okay is everybody locked. In joseph gordon levitt is on the show today and we had a very nice chat. I like his new show. I enjoy the new show. The mr cormon. I've been watching a lot of stuff for homework. But sometimes it's like oh good thank god thank god it's good but but i've been pushing it with the stand up and i can feel an edge to it you know. There is a point where my excitement. It's not that my excitement diminishes its at. I get i come up against the wall of all right. This other stuff is working. A lot of it is you know is riding edge. A lot of it makes people uncomfortable. some of it and i am i doing that on purpose. Can relieve that tension like there's been a couple of incidents on stage lately where i feel the tension. I've created an in my heart. I don't exactly know why. Creating it. And i almost have to laugh cry. In in order to move forward. I mean the other night i went onstage just strip down and it was funny because i was talking and some woman stage right. Were sitting with her husband or boyfriend. A man said something. It didn't seem like a heck. Oh what was that. did you say something. and her. the man she's with goes. She said she feels sad. For you in a mike. Oh no no. I'm like i'm it's oozing it seeping. The cracks the cracks. And then i thought back to that night when i was a doorman in the main room in the eighties and rodney dangerfield had come into the main room and he never went to that club. You never went to the comedy store really but he was just running a few minutes for his oscar. Said i've told this story before. And he pops off a couple of bits and some guy in the in the room just goes. Hey rodney would. Why are you so sad. What is what does that mean what you got rooms sewer like eight. Just kinda it. Kinda shook him up like he didn't know like it's an honest question so weird question. Y- the answer is difficult but it was that moment of acknowledging that somebody had seen through. That was what caught him off guard. But for me. I was like no. You're right. you're right. This isn't the i've got to stuff it down. I've got to push down that sadness. I mean what the fuck am i thinking god. Damn you're right lady. you're right. Is this a better tone. We're gonna go from here. Let's go from here this year. So i went all the way out and i pulled it back in i killed and they were having a great time but it was nice to sort of lay that foundation of honesty at the beginning just to see if i could you know run from it. You know. build a funny wall around it. you know. Put on the clown's nose. And then the other night last night the night before last night i was in the main room and i just felt the tension. I was creating because you have. The audience was okay. So they weren't great. So i'm trying to meet them halfway and then i realize like well. This is gonna be how it's going to be this. The best it's going to happen in here every joke was you know starting to set over in a way to earn it every joke and i would just began to create tension at some point. I'm like what am i to week like. I started laughing to myself. I put my hands over my one of my hands over my face. And i'm like i i can feel the tension of creating. I don't know why i'm doing it but it's making me want to cry. And then i said is this even comedy. Why am i doing this. Why can't i just release this crowd. Why do i. What am i trying to find here. And they were laughing. Hysterically at my. Yeah fairly controlled meltdown. But it was you know it was. It was cathartic in a way. Mild week cathartic. Yeah i see it broke me down. I let go and i realized i gotta get back to that place where i can. You gotta let go. You know what i get it. Some part of my heart has been broken. And it's way i'm gonna be until it goes away and What am i expecting audience to do. Why do i need to is there. Pardon me which. I'm sure there is that wants to drag them into my heartbreak. Is that part of what i do it. Of course it is But i need to be more conscious of it right now because of the amount of anger and sort of free-floating sadness that i that is kind of moving through me but in its purest state. Not hilarious my friend. Jerry texted me that he was feeling a little down. You asked me how i was doing. I i said. I said Dealing day to day pushing back the sad now. Is that a good name for a comedy tour or would that not be. The people would buy tickets to pushing back the sad 2021 marc maron comedy tour no yeah no yeah w with mark baroness sponsored by better help. Online therapy pushing back the sad. Are you pushing back. The sad people are trying to put their best foot forward after the past year. And a half but you still might not feel like everything's okay. 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"marc" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"This city in this franchise on the hockey map because of who he is and the way that he plays. Yeah before turn the page. A little bit i mean. Do you have a personal favorite. Marc andre fleury moments or interaction Four years of covering him. Ha ha new idea. But it's not safe for work. So i'm gonna try to tell the story but i have to admit it so the very first year after they swept the kings in the playoffs. There was you know a few days of off time off days. There only a couple of us that were standing around mark grungy flurries locker and we were asking him questions and you know one of the things. I was trying to ask him about and learn about really. Was you know the difference between a regular goalie and a playoff goal and and guys who can kind of flip the switch and turn it on and you know at the time i think i didn't quite fully grass the difficulty that he had times in pittsburgh with sort of the playoff flurry in the criticism that he got there. He you know everything about marc. Andre fleury is so positive. And i asked about that night push them a little bit and he basically in so many words told me to get the bleep out of here and i did and i walked away and then he kinda shot another whatever at me about. You know. it wasn't good enough for you. You know holding the the kings. I think it was two four goals or something like that. In the in the four hundred remember seven goals whatever it was in that series that swept them in the and i just was stunned. Denied just stopped and was just kind of like i come so you know yes. Yeah yeah yeah but he came out in you saw like a completely different side sort of the side. You know we see a little bit. I'll let the saudi oil. You know our contract flurries got very foul mouth. And i love it like. He'll catch himself when he causes. It will apologize. But he's was mad at me and he was really. You know use legitimately angry and probably had a right to be. And i walked out a locker room that day and i felt really bad and i was kinda checking myself a little bit as a reporter in you know how i asked questions in how i approach subject and i was walking out of city. National arena and marc andre. Fleury happening me doing some photo stuff in a different area. And he walked right past me and stock me me right. In the eye of david i apologize. We talked for two minutes. And i apologized to him and told him i push them too hard on that. You know that that subject. And i understand than will always felt like we had a cool relationship and going forward. Maybe that had something to do with it now. Always love hearing him. Slip up in us and john f-bomb bomb or something like that in the locker room and get all sheepish. Shido feel bad about it by that. Just yeah that one story especially. I don't know why it always stuck with me. Just you know maybe it was kind of my welcome the nhl or something like that. But just to see kind of a different side of marc andre. Fleury you know a little of that competitive side in you know little of that. Will that that foul mouth has certainly as we do this podcast than i do. Radio stuff i have a bad now. I have to catch myself all the time. So i can certainly appreciate that about mark andre flooring that's just one rambling long story that i'll actually never forget. Yeah no yeah. That stirs perfect. I own a quick yet. Tell coupled for von here one. When you're i was trying to wrack my brain because you pops another story into my head. And i was at a road game once. I think he was one of the nearby ones. La or san jose anaheim. I wish i could remember. I don't And you know there's a couple reporters that were just talking to flurry after we wrapped up like his post availability whatever Someone had mentioned like. Hey weren't there like a lot of nights fan. Wasn't that cool influence that. Oh yeah. yeah and then. He asked the reporters that were there like. Hey please videotaped me like saying. Hey thanks for all your support fans. He wanted to get it out there. Any like stopped reported. Like k- know. Turn your cameras back on to make sure that i get this out there. Which is crazy by all time favourite. Marc andre fleury story is at one time i was in summerlin at a friend's birthday brunch and of course you know we were being very over the top You know obnoxious table. I think by friend had some silly hat on to indicate that it was his birthday. And we'd sung happy birthday for him so we just took everyone's attention in this nights brunch and right before we did that you know. I just notice out of the corner of my eye. Marc andre fleury and his family kind of you know just walked in sat down at a table and obviously had to be you know forced to listen to all of our lovely singing voices and i don't think he actually notice me or sauve that i was there but a little bit later after finishing happy birthday all of a sudden our waitress brings some drake's over to the table in mentioned like hey like these drinks have been purchased by someone the restaurant happy birthday and obviously we're perplexed like kind of confused like who would have done this and we can oppress the way channel bitch like book like whoever you know bought. These doesn't wanna say doesn't want it known that like goes in does this or whatever and so obviously is pretty easy connected dots Mark under clery bought my friend birthday drinks just because he happened to walk into the restaurant. We are at and saw that it was his birthday and decided to do like a super nice thing for him despite not knowing him at all or whatever. That's just what marc andre fleury..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Com keen. Utility fits you better. Yeah all right. let's do the show. I'm wearing my keys right now. I'm sitting. i'm not kneeling or squatting or bending all right okay. I'm gonna hold on. I'm gonna bend in squat. Mckay all right led do this. How are you what the fuck. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck knicks. what's happening. I'm marc maron. This is my podcast and this pause day today going to be taking the heavy pauses. I'm going to be fooling around with pauses. it's part of the medium. It's what i do here. How are you feeling are you okay. Is everything alright. What am i doing. Look the last couple of days. I've been doing a junket. A press junket for respect. Which means i go to the four seasons here in los angeles and there and i enter a cluster. Fuck of media. Who are all converge on the four seasons to do the respect press junket and you just kinda go from room to room. Seven them are on camera. some of them are print. Some of them are Still photos it's just it. There's like a hundred outlets. I can't even explain it to you. I've done it before i did it. For glow i never know what to wear. I've been wearing the same shirt in the same suit for press for probably almost a decade. Now it's fucking ridiculous but man people were getting excited about this movie Look today on the show. I talked to a comic rick. Ingram who right. I know that some you may say that. But if you've been to the comedy story you've certainly seen him. Ricky ingram has been added for a while but he's unique in that he you know there was a type of comic and i sort of wanted them for a while where they live at the comedy store. They exist at the comedy store. Their home is the comedy store and They are part of it. They are an appendage of the comedy now. I don't really know how we feel about me saying like that but it it's true there. There's somebody who is impermanent resonance there. And he came out here years ago and he was We'll tell a story. But i just need you to know that. So there's some dudes that live at the comedy store and and there are a unique breed and they've always been there. He's one of the people that it's like. Jeff ross You know he's always been in show business since the beginning of show business. Ricky sorta like one of those guys young guy though. I'm not trying to make him sound like an old man. But i talked to him I want to update you on a story. Because i think it's very sweet. I told you the story about getting the flat tire. And when i went down to dynasty typewriter to do my thursday night it was story was jerry stall. I got a flat. I mean if you listen to the show you know what i'm talking about and there was a couple there. He seemed like a very italian philly. Kind of scary as wife was a fan. He thought he thought i was an aso. Turns out his name is dan. her name is alexis. And i told you that whole story about him like trying to help me and then being being afraid of him and he was making a skyscraper. The both from south philly is wife is the fan yada yada. It was gonna help me with the flat tire then. I came out at the end of the night and his tires have been flattened because he parked in the driveway. It was a convoluted detail but she sent me one of the nicest. Thank you notes like this beautifully. Hand-printed handwritten with illustrations. She's she's big fan of my issue. Live this alexis woman dear mark. Thank you for thursday night. You were such a gentleman shaking my hand and speaking with us you killed on stage. My stomach hurt from laughing for fifty minutes straight. A ha we know you were having a rough day. Broken sammy vase. You were feeling anxious. Iii your process had to prepare for your show had friends with you and you had to fix your tire. We sent you a gift for contingency sake and even though you can change your own tire we thought you might like to have the inflator. You can always use it for tires. Bike tires inflatables for a pool. Football's sarah they sent me one of those inflators like you plug it in it. I would they call it exactly. A tire inflator air compressor. That's what she sent me. Alexis in dan. What lovely people. She goes on to the pictures of the box. And the sort of this whole letter is like. It's almost like a beautiful sort of book. Would big differ grownup for me. What a thoughtful gift. W t f. With marc maron is sponsored by better help online therapy life is getting back to normal in a lot of places but you might not feel like everything is ok. In fact a lot of people are still feeling down and emotionally out of sorts. It might not be depression or total breakdown but even feeling a little off can lead to a negative quality of life and look anytime..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Blocked all right. Let's do this. How are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck knicks. What the fuck it delic's what's happening. I'm marc maron. This is my podcast. It keeps going. The podcast continues. It keeps going. How is How's everything with you guys. How's the weekend everything. Alright the comedies. Been okay. i'm okay. I'm relatively healthy. I get up. i do the yoga's i do. The meditating i talked to the cats. But there's some heavy heartedness going on had a dream about lynn. It was bizarre one. Nice to see her though. Hadn't seen her in a while but it was this giant space. It was like a white. It was almost like like a dome like a white dome like the size of many football fields. It was inexpensive space that was it felt outdoors but it was indoor. There was it was grass. There was like a huge field. And i walk into this space. It was almost like the truman show. And i'm supposed to perform there. But i don't know i can't tell where anyone's gonna sit or where to even stand just seems too big. There's no there's no like center to it. There's no point of focus. And i'm like what do i just stand here where the people are going to be. And it's just like it's just expansive but clearly inside almost like a field and someone says your guitars over there and it was way over there. Like a half a mile away weaned up like on a chair. I walked all the way over there. Mike am i supposed to play. I mean that seems. Like how am i gonna work this room. It's huge like it seems like miles wide. How do i work that space. Walk over i dislike. Walk all the way across the where the guitar isn't there. There with a seating area and win is there. And i hug her and she tells me that marlon wayans will be available for the podcast. The closer we get to the respect movie and might. Why are you telling me that. And i might. Do you still love me. She goes yes. Do you have me and mike. Yes and then. There's just a moment where we hung out for a second. I woke up. I think Marlon wayans kinda fucked up that dream for me like what. How did he which is why. Why did that bit of information. 'cause what i do. I am going to talk to him before respect. Oh but why did that have to worm its way into Hang to hanging out with lynn. Do you know what i mean. Dreams are tricky right..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Do not know that sort of trust. This is the last film From lynn shelton My late girlfriend. stars me michaela watkins and John bass and jillian bell Toby hus- dan back daw. It's a great film and it's now on netflix. Sort of trust can be watched on net flicks now. So if you'd like to enjoy that movie if you've heard about it he curious about it. You can watch it. Also the tour my tour. It's not really a tour. I'll be doing some club dates in the near future august fifth. Sixth seventh i will be at the comedy works in denver. I will be at a stand up live in phoenix. One night only august twelfth. I will be at wise guys in salt lake city august nineteenth twentieth and twenty first. I will be helium in saint louis. September sixteen seventeen and eighteen. That's what i've got on the docket. Currently i will be. I know i'm going to be up in bloomington at some point i don't know. Are those dates not up for sale. I don't know what's happening. Are they sold out. I'll look i'll check but if you'd like to see me. The dynasty shows for the next three thursdays are sold out. And i don't know if i talked to you guys about it about entering i. I definitely didn't talk to you about it. i okay so you know the process. I'm losing my mind. I'm trying to put together an hour. I don't know how much i've got. I know i've probably got about twenty thirty minutes. Probably in a lot of things that i'm curious about in talking about. Wanna talk about but this is the next. This was the giant step forward. That big leap forward was to move from the workout room. The comedy store doing fifteen to twenty every night punching it out Getting into the right groove. The right tone Developing that relationship with the audience in last thursday was the first night. I was gonna do the hour. Long set rift through it at dynasty typewriter. Haven't been haven't done that much time in a long time. Granted i've been doing some instagram lives. Whatever get kind of hyper and weird insecure about certain things in concerned you know and I was just ready to really kind of be with my audience. So i could sort of open my heart and move through some of the ideas. I'm thinking about in some of the funny stuff. I'm thinking about so i'm ready to go. Yeah i've i've made some notes. I've got the right mindset and i'm like this'll be great. This'll be my people be small room. Couple hundred Friendly's and we'll talk and do it so i don't want anyone to really go with me except for jerry stall he's a he's a guy that i trust my insecurities and my My darkness with so. I figured he'd get off on it and i trust his opinion about what goes down. So jerry's going to go with me comes over we head out from my house down to dynasty. I noticed you know we're going down. fuck in glendale boulevard. Where the fuck do you get off. Yeah all the way downtown. And we're about you know five ten minutes out. My tires going flat on dashboard with the little thing. Air is going out of the tire quickly and so we get we pull up to dynasty. They have a drive the back with a gate on it and at that point that there's no air one of my tires so i'm fucked. I've got flat. So that's you know. I'm heading into the our trying to get in the right mind and get a flat so we pull up to the gate and right is another car had just pulled into a space. That wasn't a space. Right next to where i gotta pull in big car luxury car. I want to say cadillac. I'm not sure maybe it was a it was a it was a big car and i'm like what the fuck this guy doing. What is he doing and he you know he was. He wasn't even a space. I had to kind of pull around him to get in the driveway and then walk out to the front a dynasty to get someone to come open. The gate and i got a flat tire on the back tire and at seven. Thirty showtimes eight. And i'm like what's up with this doing this car. It's just a big dude sitting in the car mike. Is it going to be in trouble. And you know. I get outta the car to to sort of deal with the gate and then this guy gets out of his car is a big dude like classic. You know. East coast look in big dude older. Do like italian like old school looking big do like an italian looking guy and i'm looking and i'm thinking like what what are we doing. You know he's smoking a cigarette. And i'm like what what what is happening here. And he goes all my you him. Marc maron is mark man. Mount you marc maron on. My wife loves you. She's online right. Hold on a minute. He's calling his wife out. Baby mark marins right here in front of me. Marc maron kumbo. Come over and meet them. You want me my wife right. I thought you were an asshole. But she loves you. You're not you're all right. Marc maron is here. I'm like oh my god. How is this happening. How is this guy going to be in the room of love the guy. Why is this the first thing i got a flat tire and i got this guy here and he's calling his wife is really want me to call aaa i got i got gold got aaa gonna take it easy man. I'm going to deal with the tire. I'll call them. It's no problem. Mike gear comes right wife mark. You wanna pick up my holy shit. It's a scene in front of the theater in any hall. I'm here with two guys with the cast of the godfather do standing here talking to guys named cheech one guy named cheech but his name wasn't named cheech i forget his name now but he was very excited for his wife so his wife comes. I say hi bye gotta deal with the tire and jerry's at this point like when i come back to see if the guy's going to open the gate he's already trying to sort of edge away from the situation and walked towards the theorem like where you going and the guys like i call aaa mike. Hang up don't call aaa. I'm gonna take care of this. Hang up the phone and his wife goes come on honey. Hang up the phone. Let them deal with it. Don't make a big deal. Please please go in the theater. Rowlatt just let me deal with this. And he's like sure mark. I could take care of it. You know i build buildings. I'm a. I'm building a high rise down on pico. And i'm the contract aria. I gotta i gotta get ready. And i come on. He needs to get ready. I'm like oh my god what the fuck is happening. I got a flat tire. The opened the gate. And you know. And i'm like do i cultural and i don't wanna fucking wait for troy. I don't want someone out here waiting for aaa. I gotta deal with this man. So i just fucking empty my trunk and i get the jack. I got a spare in there. I fucking pull the tire off. I put the fucking spare on. it's now seven forty. The the big guys gone into the theater. I go into theater sweaty. I'm dirty from changing tire. I don't know what the fuck is happening. But only i know.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"How how. How are you yeah. How's it going with you. You get that thing fixed. It'll grow out it'll grow out you know. I mean it's been a long time since you've you've had a nice haircut. You know you forget you forget you forget that sometimes it takes time a. It's okay if people think you're talking to out. It's just a natural transition period. Where all excited to not be crying. We're excited to not have to be in the house. All the time with the people we love barely where you know. It's it's still a transition time. Nothing is normal. There is no collective culture everything is fragmented. Nobody knows what the other person knows. Because we're drawing from different perceptions of reality different lenses different portals their mining our minds and we are locking in to the one that suits that best has nothing to do with reality. So nobody's on the same page. But i hope you're well are you. How's the finger. How's the to- how's the leg. Has the ankle has the neck. How's the ears the ears. okay. I'm telling you your hair looks fine right. I'm sorry you had to put the cat down. I'm sorry you had to put the dog down. I'm sorry two fish died. The kids got to learn sometime right. I mean that's what fisher for not my idea. How's it going folks look a couple of things on the mind first of all john. Swab is here john. Swab is a director who directed body brokers which i liked a lot That that's the reason. I talked to. Melissa leo a while back i also wanted to talk about it. With michael k williams. I mean it's about drugs. it's about recovery. It's about the dark side of the recovery racket. The business the rehab. The business moving money through the sickness of others. Something that happens a lot. I would argue that. Almost all of american capitalism is built on that one way or the other but this was specifically about the The rackets that grew out of the money being given Through obamacare to rehab centers in rehab clinics and and drug treatment related medical procedures. I thought it was a great subject. A great move very compelling dark. But i talked to john. I wanted to talk to suave about it. A watch his other movies one of them. I couldn't find the other one. But i'll get back to that in a minute. W t f with marc maron is sponsored by better help online therapy as we begin to see light at the end of the covid tunnel. A lot of people are still feeling down and emotionally out of sorts. You may not feel depressed or at a total loss. But if you're feeling a little bit off for your relationships are suffering. That could be a sign. You should talk to somebody online..

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Let's do this. How are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck stirs. what's happening. How you doing are you holding up in the heat. Where are you. it's it's fucking over man. We are watching the planet die. It's dying and i guess some of you have Better seats than others. Currently but we will all be The bleacher seats are going to be fine. Come the next. Few years doesn't matter where you're sitting. You're going to see the show. You know what i'm saying bob. You're holding up. Hope you're making do. I hope you're keeping cool. I hope you're not stroking out. Take it easy man. slow it down. Get into a child's mind and Lizard heart just you know kinda get in the shade and turn it down slow down that metabolism. Take it in his dark but his light. You know what i'm saying. It's hot but it's s- cold reality today on the show. I talked to steven soderbergh. The director Going all the way back to sex who is and videotape. Ocean's eleven twelve and thirteen traffic contagion The list goes on I'm a huge fan of of of traffic. But i'm i'm a big fan of behind the candelabra the liberace movie he did i think for. Hbo oh my fucking michael. Douglas just gives into it man who you talking to mumbles he. I love that movie. I love it. I love it It's interesting about him because in comparison to tarantino who draws from every type of movie ever in just kinda mashes it up mashes together in his sort of montage collage of a thousand styles and shots and oma ges and soderbergh actually It's quite different. He he actually locked into a style or tone for an entire film and he holds it but he doesn't stay the same. I mean they're all he's always challenging himself. I think with technology and also with just tone and style. And i watched the new film no sudden move which is a straight up noir With don cheadle. And benicio del toro and it's a it's a multilayered fairly complex noir and And it's totally tight very specific in different than his other movies. He's just too. He definitely takes chances and he is a masterful director. I'm glad we got to talk. We did do it over zoom because that was the way it was set up initially so that is That's going to happen was exciting to talk to him. I was a little intimidated. I was more intimidated by soderbergh. Than i was tarantino ca soderbergh seems like a kind of a serious guy straight shooter You know just a little. Yeah hattie dude but it worked out. Fine w. t. f. with marc maron is sponsored by better help online therapy as we begin to see light at the end of kovic tunnel a lot of people are still feeling down emotionally out of sorts. You may not feel depressed or at a total loss but if you're feeling a little bit offer your relationships are suffering. That could be a sign. You should talk to somebody online. Therapy can help better. Help is.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Groucho running. Bits young graduates mile a minute bay. Especially when he's with the the woman he al right on the battle axe woman. Yeah but wc fields but wcbs was my guy. I don't know what it was about. Wc fields. i just thought he was hysterical. I i loved him in the movies. I loved a cartoon of him. I loved statues of him. I remember this technique kind of a character of wc fields. I thought was the greatest thing ever because he was snotty to kids. And i don't even know if i understood what he was saying. I just thought he. I liked him. Isn't that weird. It's because it's like this weird cranky vulnerability so weird. It's a very strange and unique comic type to be. You know that crankier that angry but can you can't help but be funny. There's so few of them. But then also the i mean the idea though that like something like you'd never give a second and even break is so ridiculously surreal and the idea to be a little boy and to watch that kind of surreal movie in. It doesn't take place in this any kind of world we know of what the rules and the laws that exist just don't apply and like what is going on here but then kurt is laughing hysterically so i guess it's okay so now i'm laughing too at the weird place. The one of the other things with kurt. Though was i'm positive. He wasn't a movie expert but he knew. Stop using adult man. He knew movies. You stop new actor's name right so we'd be watching movies in the afternoon on on television. He would just point out an actor. Oh and miguel. I really like writing mcdowell. He's playing an asshole already make. That was a good asshole. Dig least play. That's all right or okay. That's although ray all right whoever you're right or something else that he would do is like the We went to the movies and we saw the disney version of swiss family robinson. Right so then we'd be watching a movie. And then the actor thomas mitchell walks thomas mitchell. Okay say that guy clinton. He played the father in swiss family. Robinson in the original swiss family robinson are so you just point out things like that. Then you're like oh they move around. Yeah was it. There was one before that thirty then. That's the father he was the father. Wow yeah okay so as a little boy. Yeah i thought wow one of the things. That's so good when you become an adult. Is you become an expert on movies. You know every actor who's done was in every movie you know everything they've done and you're an expert. Wow i can't wait to be an adult. So i can be an expert on movies. I better start paying attention now. Yeah ok well little. Did i know that. No you don't become most people. Don't become an expert on movie coming out. But i did. I was like boning up for it all right. But that's what stuck. You're like this is what i want to do. Like it was that compelling. I just thought it was a right of passage right. Yeah right because some kids are like sports. Whatever you know movies. Yeah this is. I can never end going but at that time. Did you know that your real dad had set out to be in movies. No i didn't really quite. They had tried to explain it to me. But since kurt was so much as far as i was concerned my father right there. Explanation didn't make any sense. It was just mush right. And so i just another guy. I didn't really get it. Yeah i mean there. I remember because i was born tarantino. His name was asked appeal but he actually adopted me. Okay so i would have his last name. And i remember them in me to the adoption process that i had to talk to the judge or yeah okay so quinton. Here's what this is about. And so they explained it all to me and other than that And then they bring in remember this they bring me into the office and i meet with the okay so now. Have you know why you're here. No just spent fifteen minutes things planning to you. Well quinton let me tell you why. You're what the fuck was that. What the fuck was on people kidnapped me. And that's what. They're trying to judge. But i didn't really so it wasn't until a bit later. Yeah that when. I got a little older that i realized oh okay. He's my step dad and my mom and but i never went by. I didn't even know about the name tarantino really. At that time. I was asked to pill that was my name all through all through. That was always known as by that. That's what i asked. If that's how i learned to right. That's what i learned. When was going to write. I learned to right. That's a good one to earn the right. Yeah i mean as far as training yourself to write things. I've always liked. That's the that's almost ellis. Island spelling Possessing the real pronunciation is stupid. I think it's cool. What kind of name is originally. Yeah so so. The tarantino thing happened to later. Yeah and i never knew him at all so like when i took the name when i took the name tarantino of like around eighteen or nineteen because it sounded cool alleyen tarantino sounded like a cool. It had nothing to do with him and had nothing to do with the family. It was simply just thought it was cool hunting there but it is your and it is my name here but it also had the benefit of a reinvention because i had never used it right right exciting new but you're the one of the few guys that creates a stage name the name zest which would not have been as compelling tarintino program if i had to do it all over again i wouldn't use the name tarantino if i had to do it all over again i would yourself. Burt reynolds wish i would. I would use my middle name which jerome as my last name. I would be quitting jerome really. Yeah i think. I think he made the right choice. I i get it but when did you did you at some point. Investigate your real father. No because well he had thirty fucking years to find me all right and he never did. But then when i became famous he crawled out of the woodwork city. Yeah yeah what was that. Like fucking horrible really. Yeah i was dragged. It was a drag. What did you do well. He just you'll he just Buddy yeah he you tried to reach out to me I i wasn't interested and then all of a sudden this woman. Jamie bernard wrote a book about me. The first by about me Is i done two movies era and the book was called quinton tarantino the man and his movies both of them were just reservoir dogs fiction the man and his movies premature. Yeah both of them so she was kind of the expert on me at that moment in time and all of a sudden like he got in contact with her and she's like oh my god. I'm talking to the father right back. No one's ever talked to her so she does this whole interview with the the him who i've never met. Yeah who. I've never met and they print it big piece in premiere magazine It was so fucked up. I mean it's like you can't even say that he was like a bad dad. And maybe that reflected on clinton's life no he was not there. Did he manufacturer story. Well he just. He just talked about himself and talking about himself and and then the and the picture of him is him dressed in a black suit like a reservoir dogs. Mike killing gun. Oh my god yeah it was. It was pretty tasteless. So so what did you have a confrontation with the guy. No i just wanted him to go away but you never talked to him. Look one time. Yeah one time. He asked me to be in a movie now. No one can now because that's something else that's something else. Oh okay so. He wanted to be an actor a long time ago. And then sometime in the ninety him and al pacino's estranged father..

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