35 Burst results for "Martin"
Adebayo scores 38 points to lead Heat past Wizards
"Bam adebayo scored 38 points 12 in the fourth quarter as the Miami Heat beat the Washington Wizards one ten one O 7. Adebayo shot 15 of 22 from the field and grabbed 12 rebounds. It was one of those things where, you know, my teammates was giving me the ball and I was just taking advantage of the mismatch and the shots they would let me out. Caleb Martin scored 20 points for Miami while Tyler hero added 11 points in Tennessee. Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma led Washington with 28 points apiece. I'm Adam spelling.
Emilio Estevez on Why He Didn't Trade on the 'Sheen' Name
"I use the other than your dad talked about is how proud of you he was of you that you didn't ever, you kept your name. Which is his name. But he was saying, in his generation, like, I don't know if he would have been Martin Sheen if he'd had a Hispanic surname, but he, you know, he was proud of you that you well, you have to remember in 19 58. Yeah. But I don't remember it. But thank you. From a historical context, you, of course. I've heard of it. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. The Puerto Ricans were being blamed for everything in New York. And so my dad with his real name is Ramona stairs. And casting director said, dude, what? You don't look anything like you don't look Puerto Rican. And so he decided, hey, but even in 1979, 1980, when I started going out on auditions, casting directors and managers and agents here in this town would say, you know, you have to Shane name you should use it. You don't look Hispanic and my dad and I had that conversation. He said, don't make the same mistake I did. Yeah. What did you say? I made other mistakes. Was there any discussion between you and Charlie or your dad why he chose to keep it and you didn't or it just was personal decision? Charlotte takes shortcuts. Oh, what? Did I just do not use that clip to sell this? No. Do not Travis. I'm editing it out. God damn it, Travis, don't. Carlos estevez, you're not fooling anybody.
The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer
"Bill, tell us, why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? What is the story of Thanksgiving? Well, the little background. So the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top. The British empire controlled in the Australia New Zealand Hong Kong brisk ionic Canada Barbados Bermuda Jamaica and America. And so America's founders wanted to break away from this globalist one world government king. And so they flipped it and made the people became. And so where did they get this idea that you could rule yourself without a king? Well, it came from the pilgrims and that it came from the calvinist Puritans that came from the reformation and then they got their ideas from ancient Israel. That first 400 years out of Egypt, it's called the Hebrew republic. And it's the first instance in recorded history of a nation with millions of people and no king. And there's around 1400 BC up to about a thousand BC. And it worked because every single citizen was taught the law. And they were personally accountable to God to follow the law. So this period of history is called the Hebrew republic. And these calvinist puritan scholars study this so intently that they were nicknamed Christian hebrews. So in 1517, Martin Luther starts the reformation and for about a century before the age of enlightenment, you have these scholars in Europe studying, not just the Bible in their own language, but this particular first 400 year period, this Hebrew republic. And that's why they taught Hebrew at Yale and Harvard. They were amazed at coming up with a form of government without a king. And again, it's based on this idea that you teach everybody the law and then everybody walks around aware that they're accountable to a God who's watching them watch them to be fair and it's going to hold them accountable in the future.
Arsenal increases table lead as Odegaard scores twice versus Wolves
"Arsenal enters the World Cup break 5 points clear of Manchester City following the Gunners to nil win at wolves Martin odegaard provided the goals starting ten minutes into the second half and again in the 75th minute He salvaged what could have been a very frustrating night against the league's worst team It was another clean sheet for Aaron ramsdale who has 7 and 14 games Arsenal has won 12 of those 14 games tying one and losing the other Wolves have just two wins through 15 games and are four points deep in the relegation zone I'm Dave ferry
Aho has 3 goals, assist as Hurricanes beat Sabres 5-3
"Sebastian aho's 5th career hat trick led the hurricane to a 5 to three downing of the Sabres Patrick judge today Captain four point performance with an empty netter Martin Nietzsche scored the go ahead goal and had three assists in Carolina's fourth straight win Kind of game our way and it was a fun item in PNC and Iran has stopped 22 shots as the cane to be buffalo for the tenth time in their last 11 meetings I'm Jane ferry
How Did We Get Lumped Together Into Racial Boxes?
"Question I want to ask is, how did we get to this strange place where we are all being lumped together in these racial boxes? Didn't we have a civil rights revolution that was based upon the ideal of the color blind society, wasn't that Martin Luther King's dream? And of course, even though the dream might not be realized, it's after all a dream, a dream is generally an aspiration we want to get there, isn't it odd that we have laws and policies that are actively moving us in the opposite direction. So our aspiration now is not color blindness. But what the left calls equity. And I think what they mean by equity, in fact, I don't think this is what they mean by equity, is that they are trying to respond to the performance differential, quite honestly, the performance inferiority. Of certain racial groups as compared to other racial groups. So if you look, for example, at a pure individualistic admission system, which is the way it should be, we apply to college as individuals. Now, this is not to say that our social circumstances can't be taken into account if the Nash, for example, applies to college. I'm 17 years old. People can say, well, look, here's a kid who was grew up in India in a very different society. He grew up in the middle class family, so he was not deprived in terms of having a decent education, but he's come to America with $500 in his pocket. He's trying to make his way here. So we're gonna look at this kid in the context of his or her circumstances, and we're gonna decide what kind of academic and intellectual promise they offer. And we're going to decide if he deserves admission on that basis. That's the way it should be.
Aho scores in shootout as Hurricanes beat Lightning 4-3
"Sebastiano scored in the 6th round of a shootout to give the hurricanes a four three win over the lightning Nikita kucherov scored for the 5th straight game giving the bolts a three two lead after two periods But Brady Shay tied it with a shorthanded goal at 1334 of the third Seth Jarvis and Martin HS supplied Carolina's other goals Nicholas Paul and Ross Colton lit the lamp for Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei vasilevskiy made 53 saves in regulation and OT Frederick Anderson handled 23 shots I'm Dave ferry
AJ on Jack Nicholson and Method Acting
"One night, I went to Jack's house up on mulholland drive, the house he shared with Marlon Brando. And he did something because I studied method acting, I don't want to sound like an asshole, but I studied method acting and Jack knew that. And Jack was doing something that he normally does to get ready for a part. He was singing three blind mice. Singing might be the wrong word. He was actually just droning it, you know, more like chanting it. He was emitting these sounds, standing in the middle of his living room. In this beautiful home in the Hollywood Hills, and basically in order to generate those noises, he had this posture about him, he almost looked like the character he played in one flew over the cuckoo's nest after he got the shock treatments. Just completely blind slate. Nothing. No emotion. His arms are hanging limply at his sides. His shoulders are drooped. He's an impostor that basically says he's a fucking schlemiel. His joy is slap his face has no expression. And I'm looking at him and I'm going, this is too fucking surreal. To the left, I'm looking at the windows on his living room wall. You see in the canyons in Hollywood. The sunset is beautiful to his right. There's a Picasso on the wall. And a painting of a nude woman and Nicholson sitting there and he's going three blind demise. I'm trying not to laugh. But this is his, this is what he does. He's attempting to show me what he did to get ready for parts. You know, you can't laugh at this stuff. This is what some of these people do. He was demonstrating a method acting exercise that he learned from his second teacher, Martin Landau, a lot of you don't know that Marty Landau was a great teacher. And for two years, Martin Lando had his students, including Jack Singh three blind mice in class.
Arsenal moves back to the top after 5-0 rout of Forest
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League table following a 5 nil win against Nottingham Forest It took less than 5 minutes for the Gunners to take the lead as Gabrielle Martinelli hit the twine Reese Nelson scored twice in three minutes at the start of the second half Goals by Thomas party in Martin odegaard capped a route arsenal's tenth win in 12 games puts the team two points ahead of second place Manchester City The Gunners finished the game without bukayo saka who hobbled off in the 27th minute Forest remains last in the league with 9 points I'm Dave ferry
Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2
"The islanders even their record at four and four with a 6 two victory at Carolina Josh Bailey scored the go ahead goal and it's 1000th NHL game all with the aisles I was able to put a good move on them and put it in the back of the net certainly certainly felt good Brock Nelson scored twice in the third period for New York which also received goals from Matt Martin Zach Paris and Oliver wallstrom Ilya siroc had made 33 saves in the islanders set an NHL record for consecutive games without allowing a power play goal to start a season Martin Nietzsche Brent burns scored for the hurricanes who were coming off a three one and one road trip I'm Dave ferry
First King Charles coins go into production
"The first coins bearing the portrait of King Charles the third had been produced in Britain's royal mint A royal mint worker releases coins into a container in preparation for the release of the royal image the 50 pence or 70 cent coin will go into circulation before the end of the year following in the tradition of his grandfather king George VI Charles is not depicted as wearing a crown unlike the coin depicting his mother Queen Elizabeth II Coin designer Martin Jennings explains the thinking of the new historic coin It has to be an image that will persist over the years and that will represent the generality of what people imagine
Arsenal held 1-1 by Southampton, leads by 2 points in EPL
"Arsenal's lead is down to two points following a one one draw at Southampton The Gunners were unable to score after granite Jack's goal in the 11th minute Martin odegaard had a goal for arsenal this allowed in the 79th minute because the ball was just out of play before Kieran Tierney's pass to the Norwegian Southampton tied it on Stewart Armstrong's goal in the 65th clipping his shot pass keeper Aaron ramsdale Arsenal had one 8 straight through all competitions The Gunners have 8 wins and two ties and 11 Premier League games Putting them just ahead of Manchester City I'm Dave ferry
Lightning beat Isles 5-3 with Paul scoring late in second
"The Tampa Bay lightning defeated the visiting New York islanders 5 three to win their third of the season Saturday night The game winner came with .1 second remaining in the second period off the stick of Nick Paul I just knew there wasn't a lot of time left Big hit in the neutral getting it down the wing I just knew I had to get it on net in a good spot so just put a little blocker and .1 seconds to spare so Braden point continued his scoring streak getting the opening goal and one assist in the game Brandon Hagel scored his first of the season Corey Perry and Alex corn also scored for the lightning Matt Martin Anthony boville and Ryan polak had the New York tallies Walt marsicano Tampa
Fant's big game powers No. 3 Tennessee past UT Martin 65-24
"Tight end Princeton fan to counter for three touchdowns and third ranked Tennessee racked up a 52 7 half time lead before coasting to a 65 24 route of UT Martin Ran for two touchdowns and threw a 66 yard TD pass to Jalen Hyatt to cap the first half scoring And in hooker was 18 of 24 passing for 276 yards and three touchdowns before taking a seat late in the second quarter Hyatt had 7 receptions for 174 yards and two scores as the vols moved to 7 or O UT Martin quarterback dresser went through for 301 yards and two scores I'm Dave fairy
Jazz rally to beat Wolves 132-126 in OT reunion with Gobert
"The jazz are two and zero after knocking off former teammate Rudy Gobert in the Timberwolves one 32 one 26 in overtime Jordan Clarkson scored 29 points hitting 7 of 12 from three point range Laurie Martin had 24 points grabbed 13 rebounds and hit a leaner in the lane with 12 seconds remaining to give Utah a four point edge Mike Connolly delivered the go ahead Trey with one O one to play Gobert hauled in 23 rebounds but he missed a dunk and two free throws over the final 34 seconds to finish with 9 points I'm Dave ferry
Why Tulsi Gabbard Left The Democrat Party
"Probably saw the news. You probably saw some clips of Joe Rogan or some announcement videos of Tulsi Gabbard saying she is no longer a Democrat. It's fascinating. And she joins us right now. Tulsi, welcome to the program. I've been admiring you from afar for years on your courageous stances against the Democrat party and recently more and more so. So you've left the Democrat party, tell us about that. Thanks, Charlie. It's good to talk to you finally. I feel like we've been around a lot of the same people for quite a while, but this is the first time we're connecting so thanks for having me on. Yeah, look, there's a number of big issues that drove me to this point, increasingly over time seeing how today's Democrat party is not the Democrat party. I joined 20 years ago when I ran for state House in Hawaii. You know, at that point, I was 21 years old, really passionate about protecting the environment. I come from a beautiful place and wanted to preserve it and be in a position to make that change. And so as I was looking at, you know, which party I wanted to affiliate with at that time, I was inspired by leaders like revin Martin Luther King, president JFK, a Democratic Party that was truly a big tent party that was very inclusive that stood for kind of those traditional liberalism principles of respect for individuals kind of a live and let live approach championing civil liberties and freedom and all of these things, that party is, it just doesn't exist today. Today's Democratic Party is controlled by so called woke radical ideologues who are really fanatical in whatever the issue or narrative of the day is that they choose. And fine, okay, they can push their policies, but what they're actively doing is trying to undermine everyone's freedom of speech,
Pionk scores 2nd goal of game in OT, Jets beat Avalanche 4-3
"The jets had to go overtime but they prevailed over Colorado four three Mason Appleton had two assists on the night including a pass that set up the game winning goal It's huge You know a Stanley Cup winners right there We're one on one team and everyone you never want to look at this Standings earlier whatever it is but you don't want to be 500 Appleton gained the puck in the neutral zone and fed Neil pioch who lit the lamp 31 seconds into the extra session Piano finished with two goals for the jets who twice blue two gold leads Bruce Martin Denver
Barber, 75, pleads guilty in 1976 killing of WWI veteran
"A cold case involving the killing of a World War I veteran comes to an end after a 75 year old man pleads guilty The queen's die says Martin matta pled guilty to manslaughter in the death of George sights and it represents the first successful use of genetic genealogy by any of the city's prosecutors cites went missing on his way to get a haircut in 1976 He was 81 in 2019 a tip led police to his dismembered remains buried under concrete two years later advanced DNA i-d-ed him investigators determined that sites is barber mada robbed him and cut up his body They were able to find witnesses who were still alive Julie Walker New York
"martin" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Sobbing like a child in eisenhower's sitting sitting on the couch watching smoke so we're watching him and he can't stop laughing. It's just this guy of these. He's cracking up so well again. That's gold so many nuggets. Like that. And i'm a world war two freak ver- for information and i really enjoyed the storyline. Even though i knew the ending it doesn't matter you can still read it and get a lot more. You'll learn about all these characters and the maneuvers that were being made. What's your next project martin. Doing a sequel to taking curse Is also world war two I don't want to give the topic out but it's gonna be. It's another taking book. I just decided i did. The killing series ran. Its course and and now we're hoping to do a taking series for another one that hopefully just jump round pick a verb and create series there. It's really nice to meet you. And i know we limited time but i really appreciate it. The book is called taking paris the epic battle for the city of lights. Martin dugard thank you so much and keep up the great work martin. His great show. I appreciate that. Thanks to all of you. For subscribing and downloading the podcast. We really appreciate it so many terrific topics and guests coming up. He can find out more about me. The book that i wrote on air my fifty year love affair with radio and much more at jordan. Rich dot com. Thanks as well to dan tibo fast which media and everybody had sharp productions in boston. Where program is produced till next time be will so you can do good take care..
"martin" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Yeah what about for you marty. What else out there. You've proven you can do it all to your nominated for awards for the morning. Show kind of You know two years. I've been asked to direct things. Yeah and i've always thought you know people like steven spielberg had a camera in there. Were nine and they were filming everything right. I was up on my a addict going whether it was such a coup. Good day with the fake. Mike and so. I think that you know you go by what you've been told by life and that is being in front of the camera. I love to perform a love. I'd love to do another broadway show some day. Let's do all those things. But i have no interest in behind the scenes or anything provocative like that. That would be cool to talk about. Just keep doing what you're doing. Just keep doing what you doing. Hey guys thanks for listening to the sunday. sit down. podcast stick around. Hear more from steve martin and martin short right after the break. Hey it's msnbc's crissy's keeping up with. Today's news can be quite a challenge. It's not enough to know what's happening. It's essential to try and understand why it's all happening. That's what i do each week on my podcast wise happening. I'm joined by guests who are uniquely qualified to talk about the biggest issues of our time like philosopher and former police chief brando pose when you physically struggle with someone you have adrenaline and chemicals in you that make u unsympathetic to the person. You're dealing with an policing hasn't taken seriously the fact that it has to build in safeguards to stop those emotions from being what leads to the decisions scholar. Dorothy a brown a white high school dropout has more wealth than a black college graduate. Something is wrong with the system for building wealth and it is not designed for blackwell former. Un ambassador samantha power tech journalist cara swisher and many others who helped me answer the question. Why is happening. join me for new episodes. Every tuesday surfer wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe looking for more dateline mysteries peacocks on the case with a new streaming channel. Dateline twenty four seven troop grand stories from the true crime. Original go to peak. Ot dot com and sign up for free. Welcome back to the sunday..
"martin" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"So i would say that high watermark. That was a long time ago. Yeah killed for you to hit that market. That's why like only murders the building. Yeah ever said to him. It was like the ninety tonight. Is that my cottage. All my two sons and all their friends are obsessed with the best of steve martin. Snl on dvd. stephen moore surge. I'm back a exhausted. Our you said mardi to beyond the funny all this connection is that steve was a great friend to you. When nancy passed away right and that meant the world to you to have somebody who had so many laughs with be there on earth for throwing song the great remember. What did that to you to have a mature. Well i listen to everybody. Was you know a lot of but but of course it was magnificent to have those kind of friends tough situation. I'm telling you marty has a lot of friends. And there's a lot of demand on his time because he gets invited to parties that they've because he's relief on a party. And i told us before but i say if i'm hosting a dinner party and i'm going to invite you know three or four couples. Whatever and i invite marty and somebody else and somebody else is marty says. I'm sorry i can't come. I cancelled the is that. What's the point. Well yeah i think you call them the perfect person i did well. Actually it was when carl reiner died and i wrote a Piece for the new york times kind of a memoir of his life and the opening paragraph was said I've known to perfect people in my life. One is carl reiner and the others. That son of a bitch. Martin take it as a compliment. Anyone can get. I know you've got to catch a plane. So i'll let you go. But i'm steve interested. In what else. Your portfolio of creativity is astounding. Whether it's playing music or broadway or film or anything you've done. What else do you see out there. Well there is something you know first of all. This is what i'm dedicated to this show. I love the show. Only murders in the building. It's perfect for us. it's fun it's new york where i live. It's it's all kinds of things But i but when people ask me how do all this stuff. And i say well you know. I don't have a job. I just wake up. There's nothing to do. So i've come up with stuff but i'm working on. I've done some cartoon cartoon book with harry bliss. Who's a great great cartoonist. And we wrote a ton of cartoons and that we're working on a book called a memoir of the movies which we're gonna do cartoon strips of stories and anecdotes that i remember from the move from your mouth are. They didn't want to write a book about it. Because it's like just anecdotes but this is perfect for the cartoon format but stays creative output. He thinks is normal because he doesn't have a job. It's it's not normal it's massive and it continues and that's what's so amazing about that so there's books there's movies and there's plays and there's that line we doing our show One and honored to be standing next to a man who is a playwright musician musician at a composer and a world class comedian. You say it's an honor for me. Did you say that now. And then i say and let me say what an honor it is for me to be standing next to the man who is standing next to that.
"martin" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"You say no it's over. We were friends before that. Well i know but in fact it will get into europe we. There's so much. I can show you sick at. How do we went to europe to promote father of the bride. That was in ninety six in eighty nine. Remember we went to ireland and england. That yeah i thought you meant on a movie or father. You know that's not europe. uk. Europe show sure. Wow you know what give up. The cop who who stopped honest to god. Do you know that we fought germany twice. You know that. I think of europe is the continent. That's your problem. Since i think in a lot of the united states insane i don't say the locals so great being thinking of brexit how they've sort of broken away. I'm trying to help you out thank you. Who's the prime minister of australia. Get say boris johnson. You switched it up at the last minute. I have a lot of connections in australia you do. I do name them. Nick grenville the ambassador consul-general of australia in new york sake. Let me do willie's work for him. Cameraman walked out again got three mentions lean it. We'll get them. I didn't realize i guess i should have. That three amigos was your first movie. We'd known you. Snl and right. Were i in the bloodstream. So that was your first movie. So what was it like to walk in with steve. Martin who's already steve martin and chevy chase who's already chevy a little bit intimidating. But they were very very nice to me. They're very you know we had to play three close friends. So i had to the first couple of weeks impersonation impersonation of someone really relaxed. And but they made it very easy. Immediately vaunted through laughter and scrabble. Be before you knew it you felt. He's at ease and like this is a great thing to be doing. And the legend has it your first conversation or maybe one of the first when you came to the house to get the script as was a dig at steve and so the relationship was set forever. Yes tell them the dig. Yes i went to steve's house to pick up a script for three amigos who's you know. He wrote it with lorne. Michaels remind newman and i walked into his house and his old house. In beverly hills and i looked around. There was a cosso. There was a hopper. And i said how did you get this rich. Because i've seen your work you said i've toward the end of the meeting. I said it was great. Great meeting you. I expected more charisma anyway but it was kind of the natural instinct and it was overwhelming by the way he really did say that. Yeah and i kind of remember my reaction which was outta kinda curious side. I like this. you know. That's a daring thing to say to someone you've never met dollar then and then you sort of like am i going with this or am i and you know. It was just comedy comedy. We just we love hanging out with comedians. Because i think there's a thank god. I wasn't from ireland. Where you have you ever thought of going to europe so you're from Your family goes back to ireland. I'd love to take on a trip to europe but that seems to me that first moment form the basis for your foundation at least for your friendship if you watch your tour if you watch netflix special.
"martin" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks as always for clicking and listening along why do i say this is a very special edition of the sunday. Sit down podcast. Well because it is. And i think you'll agree that when you put steve martin and martin short in the same place. A pair of comedy icons man is that special. I'm not gonna waste your time with big long wind up here. You know these two. You know they've worked together dating back to the three amigos where they were two of the three along with the great chevy chase they first met when martin short stop by steve martin's house to pick up a copy of the script of three amigos and the first words out of his mouth were an insult. A friendship and a comedy partnership were born right then and there. They did the father of the bride movies together. You remember that. They've done roadshows together which they continue to do this fall. And now they're out with a series for hulu called only murders in the building. Quick back story. You don't need much. Because steve is about to fill in but it takes place in new york city apartment building. They lived separately. The third person on the show is a young woman. Played by selena gomez. How about that casting steve. Martin martin short selena gomez and there's a murder in their building. They're all fans of true crime. Podcasts so they believe they are the ones to solve this murder. Such a great time. I love it when my role as an interviewer is just a light diffuse and watch two incredibly smart funny talented people go. And that's all. I'm doing here so i will turn it over right now. To steve martin and martin short on the sunday. Sit down podcast guys. Thanks for doing this. Great you see you told you just got caught up last night. I'm through episode four. Yes so much watching it with my wife. Fourteen and twelve year old. Wow two totally into it and let me ask a question. Is it bothersome. Because of the f. word we've crossed that bridge we don't use it in the house. Yeah didn't move. Media were good. We've we've missed that totally now. So steve take me back to the sort of genesis of this. Show the idea for it. Where it came from. And at what point mardi enters. Well it's very hard for me. Remember when i had this idea but it was at least ten years ago and it actually started because this lengthy omnitel the whole story. I was at a party with a very good friend of our sandy gallon. Santa gallon with a great guy. Fat boca knew him and he He he was a manager. He represented dolly. Parton and frank sinatra. No he represented dolly whoopie Share and neil armstrong. neil consider. It is this kind of memory..
"martin" Discussed on The View
"But i am naked right now who you look like truthfully me matt gaetz amino martin that was dean martin's tina martin and we went to portofino. We actually went and we had a great time on the plane. We're laughing sitting side by side. It's a twelve hour flight from california and When we got there beautiful hotel the hotel splendido and she got sick. She got the flu and she never came out. So here. I am in porterfield by myself and i had the loneliest night of my life. I don't know. I said deserted place to go and i got a taxi and i went to a disco and this is just an isolated building on a beach somewhere just nothing else around and i walk it off at eight o'clock in the disco. You don't starts at ten and i'm sitting there and there's two very very beautiful deejays behind glass and they're playing records and they're going like this and then the two couples come in and they're like so italian that'd be fun. I kinda sat there and then i get back because i didn't know how to call a taxi and it was the loneliest. Watch what she. Okay oh yeah. She's furiously she got over it exactly thirty eight again with her mill. We didn't but we liked each other. We had a good. You know my head voice team. Martin's georgia yes. She's saying. She wanted me to cancel so she could take boyfriend. Somebody kansas. you can take anyone you want i. So let's talk about your new show before we run of time. Okay so it's called only murders in the building. May i just point out. It is the most watch comedy career on.
"martin" Discussed on The View
"Francisco. She wanted to change the world with just a few drops of blood if she had made this work. Been the next jobs but it was a stunning fall from grace. Awful was smith. This company is a fraud and now the fight is on. She could sell this story to twelve jurors. Elizabeth homes is finally going to trial. But she won't be going down without a fight. The dropout is back. Listen now in every tuesday during the trial. Wherever you get your podcasts. Pommy legend steve martin and martin short team up with selena gomez in the new series only murders in the building as an unlikely trio of new yorkers obsessed with true crime podcast who get in on the act abdomen. Neighbors mysterious death. Take a look. Here's the thing. I don't get people who worry about living in the big city because of all the crime as any true crime. Aficionado will tell you. It's the boondocks. You need to worry about nailed. I it's so. Pse like a. Ken burns documentary in the history of boredom. Maybe mabel should give it a try. I'd rather die now. He's giving away my part such. We lay out a timeline. I have maps and i have full blueprints of each floor of the arcona. Welcome guest back. In the studio. Steve martin and martin short took. I.
"martin" Discussed on The View
"The historic season twenty five premier week continues live right now verbal assault the texas law banning abortions after six weeks has congresswoman alexandrio cossio. Cortez claiming governor abbot needs a lesson on female biology. I don't know if he is familiar with a menstruating person's body does his message to rape victims. Who won't have access to an abortion. Prove he doesn't understand sexual assault. Statistics either. Turkeys will work tirelessly to make sure that we eliminate all rapists from speeds of texas comedy. All stars steve. Martin and martin short hate the table live to talk about teaming up with selena gomez in the killer new comedy series. Only murders in. The building was former republican congresswoman and conservative commentator. Mia love joins the table to guest co host here come hot topics whoopie joy and sunny stand. Now let's get things started. No no no hello and welcome to the view joining.
"martin" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"The christmas tree and left. Wow so he just looks like superman taking the christmas tree for some reason. Just go straight talk underpants over his trousers superman address. Christmas love that one. Great one i love that. Thank you both for thank you so much. Thank you for being sick. Time most chat review. I like talking to the other day. I loved it too and i hope it didn't feel like i feel like we just hung out and i feel bad and i hope you feel bad. Feel grateful to know you guys. Thank you for coming same. Would you say we have the catchphrase. Yeah thank you. Katie edit that out where we have the the guests say you're giving me to say by the way that we have a new song called weirdo. You do which has been waiting to come up for a long time. Because we're waiting with gonna. I can tell you do kind of musical. This song has been waiting for that. And it's made me happy that you use that word. Because i've i thought if anyone uses that word in america weirdo weirdos. That's what we call our listeners. And then when. I was in spain falling in love with your podcast in barcelona. The most it seems to me. The most prolific graffiti artist is called weirdo and his name is written all across the city. I just wanna think he's a fan and widow of best songs just hasn't come up yet. Do you play right absolutely. You cannot premiered on this show you cannot. I'll sing it. we do. Would you say okay. Let's talk line you say keep it crispy. And that's how we okay foul. Thank you for calling in katie. thank you for coming. Don't forget to keep it crispy so good. Thank you guys..
"martin" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I didn't make you to make this shit. Make your own ideas fact. So you were raised evangelical though that was surprised. Yeah both both a little both a lot of both the a lot about did they vary in your home just many of the music and what can what impacted at have on you for me. It was very moral. It was about like looking like you're a good boy not being sexual not being that yeah fear of. How did you get all of that. And then then. One day. When i was about nineteen And it also. I think i don't get it but Sounds like we wanna go. When i was nineteen i was having conversation with a priest or minister and i said i don't like this idea of people go into hell even the worst person in the world spray reason why they were like that you know sure maybe. Ground them for a couple of weeks but it turns damnation seems weird. If that person was created by this version of gordon. And i don't think jesus would really be into some of the stuff that's done in his name so i just had this sort of thing. Maybe maybe i believe in a slightly different kind of god and And that that was epiphany. Was that age twenty one but before that it was very much like connecting to the music and the spiritual side of it. 'cause i can re i really felt. Oh that is definitely a hugeness and a wonder emerging but then also extremely punitive and shameful and ocd and really kind of weird view of myself as a awful awful person. Yeah that's right and not really how. I became an awful person except that everyone was telling you that inherently what you are right so this seems like it just felt so weird what administer or the priest when he said well so it is what we i think to go from my own path. Oh you mean he didn't minister teary though he said yep all gays go to hell. Yeah and what we going to double down. I'd also yeah. Yeah this funny to talk about now. It's heavy it's vp. it's like it's fun. And this is so many people and and millions and billions of people worldwide. They'll have even heavier religious religiosity. I share put on the wig under fear of death. We're we're okay. We had the freedom of choice to say. Actually i think i believe in something different right but i think as a teenager. You definitely have some programming that takes years to undo. And what started to untie the string for you and and how did you retire. It was just feeling like i don't really believe that. And then did you just have nothing for awhile. Law voice believed of known in something. Yeah but to i. Didn't i stopped. I would stop being a christian. Usa yeah but became more of an atheist all theorists. Yeah ophiuchus. i've never heard. It's a new phrase in its reno going to catch on. I think it will feel trying to believe in everything so that feels feels better. Was there any teacher or person or quote or something you read that like helps you give language to your awesome. Yeah once. I started reading me but that was not until H thirty one free form until then it was a mess. Quite frankly really. How did that manifest You know the normal season. I've been normal because it's not drugs and alcohol that was yeah this being quo cd and quite just all over the place. You mean trying to control reality trying to control reality. You did have a lot of sleeping pills at one point to have a break from that voices. Yeah your awful. No no. I mean this is great. This is why i love it. I'm so grateful for all of this. Yeah and then but then in two thousand twelve i go showing roomy and the oh. Yeah there's there's other people that believe in. God is this one this and all people are especially all creatures especially the ones better or worse than anyone else in. And that's what i've been yearning to have echoed and it's in all of our songs is sort of belief in this business and belief in love and everything but it wasn't till about ten twelve years ago that i've i've heard it come back to me from way more serious sources this is woefully now. Are you kidding. You're talking to people that would understand. I thought it was nuts for awhile really singing about love and most of our love songs of brady. I think songs to god. In a way that doesn't surprise you agree well. Yeah it is the they're in a lot of Like you know original especially feminine mystics. Like like talk about the beloved and like yearning and loving. It's it's kind of just the love it's not well it is. It's like god is love. And god is kept. You got his well of well. Works both ways. Expect way sexuality as part of that. I've tried to make this work on stage a few times. But it's just a little too weird even la try. It was just the idea that like the universe is sex. Meaning you're being penetrated by the air. You breathe it comes inside. I don't mean it calms enters you. That sexual thing is a union. And you eat you eat. We ate lunch and we shoot it. We did it in front of each inhale and take. Yeah exactly and you drink things and goes inside of you and part of it becomes you and is you and then you poop. I'm not trying to be gross here like you kind of have this pleasurable reverse anal sex dropping of of the food. That is you and now. Isn't you what i'm saying is you are connected to everything. And the sex is union your oneness with all things sexual. I don't mean it's erotic or kinky or arouse the i mean everything it interacting with other things all the time and it only exists in relationship to those other things so my friend michael gungor as is great book called this and he says you are like a tree you are ask connected to. The earth is a tree as you are the wireless upgrade meaning. You can walk around. The roots are called feet yet. But you are planted to this planet. If i took chris martin put you into the cosmos. You would freeze and you would die. You've got you are the planet. You are the i love. That does some those tough someone else say yes completely nuts because it's really true but with so many things that are true if you try and say them in english sound like an idiot yes. This isn't a gotcha moment and we can. Even you choose. Well i mean. I ask everybody so. Don't think it's a an abusive celebrity or anything. Have you done. psychedelics overhead. An all only want so mushrooms. Okay so he did once. And i loved it and i that was good ones and then it sort of confirmed my suspicions. Well this is divers yes so okay get. That seems to be true so on the right path but also. I think that to be realistic. I think that wanting to sing in front of thousands and thousands of people is very addictive late later. Elating when you would just israel postal words. He's trying to say is aleisha. Everybody he means wordsmiths. God got right there on the stage. What he really means there's the asl via l. so i and it was wonderful and I don't do so well on drugs. Of course it messes with The what was the music. Oh really enhances it and for me. It doesn't yeah well. And how does that manifest like you. You'll fill cloudy or you feel like you can drink Because i'm gonna drink a little sometimes like a shop something..
"martin" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You walk made it weird with the homes. Look what's happening. This is chris. Martin from coldplay ever heard of it huge. Big deal very excited. I did a standup show. Chris wanted to do a standup show. He has jet app. Ital- the wonderful japa- toes my friend for some comedian names. I was one of those names. We did the show. I mentioned the podcast. Chris listened to the podcast. And as you're about to see he's just that sort of person he's inquisitive. He's curious he's engaged. He's alive. He's very very cool and he listened to it. I i was just like there's no way is gonna listen to it. He's into things. He likes new things and he likes this show. And he especially likes the ones with me and val so vow Which is our friday episodes for those of you. Who haven't listened to us before wednesday's me and a guest in friday's me and val and this is sort of a hybrid because it's me and val and a guest and guest is chris martin. So i'm so excited. Thank you to Judd who booked me on the show with Chris which introduced us. And thank you to everybody on chris team. That helped make it happen. We're talking about mandy lauren. and sheila thank you ladies. Thank you everybody on the team so excited that this is happening. And you're about to enjoy it if you'd like to. You're about to enjoy it. thanks pete. i'm a professional podcast host. If you guys would like to support the show. We don't do traditional ads. We do what. I call pete's picks these are things i actually use and actually love. Chris actually makes fun of that a little bit in this episode. But it's true..
"martin" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Hello and welcome to monaco on culture with me robert bound on today's program. We're talking to the wonderful penny martin editor of a new book from the gentlewoman magazine. The which she's editor in chief titled modern manners. And it's about just that. The book is a primer for contemporary life from the elegant and amused female perspective to which readers of that magazine will already be happily attuned. It tackles modern conundrum. Such as re gifting and what to write on your out of office. Email order apply to age old ones such as how to say sorry how to be excessive with style by excellent treaties on the perfect utility of the black napkin how to arrive solo at a party and how to drink cologne closely. Well it's very funny. It's also very useful and sets an agenda for contemporary living. That's a lot more. Dorothy parker than it is emily post. Its post post. Is the ingenious gentleman after all here.
"martin" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"This on our show. We began looking for more subject matter experts and that is why today we are incredibly fortunate to be joined with the one and only rodrick martin v creator of extraterrestrial evidence which is by far the best ufo show on clubhouse roger. Thank you so much for coming today. Glad to be here so could you tell us just just a little bit about the origin of extra terrestrial evidence. Was there something in your life that That you personally encountered or something that inspired you to bring this conversation more to the forefront.
"martin" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"If you find our blog you can enjoy some of those hunts as well as listened to some of those stories and here's one of them and hopefully it will inspire you to do some scavenger hunts of your own. It is called a hunting morning. And it is from martin and sylvia enjoy martin and sylvia live in a tall house with lots of windows from their second story loft bedroom they can see their entire.
"martin" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Podcast with co host squadrons body. Sit around town down another episode of dumb people. Martin demetri martin welcome. Do you like how he turned off like. We turned off a very very calm conversation that we do is all already so my first rookie mistakes. There's for people listening or water people watching watching or or those who are not listening or watching it for you to just absorbing first rookie mistake. There's four cans on the table. Three have been opened before. But the sound of the open can is very satis. Oh it's just how it feels good. Feel good good by the way it's like It's everybody's asmar. Everybody experiences that. I tell you that like i get completely sucked in by advertising. Like if it's really hot. And i see like sweaty coke coke in a glass. That's like thin on the bottom and it gets fat on top. And there's a lot of ice in and i'm like i wanna coq au. Yeah i totally. I'm like i'm a smart human being sure i should. Yeah just gets me listrik. How long did it take you guys to. This is a very stupid question that gets people. Not if i you know. I was just saying before. We started here that. I just haven't done a lot of podcasts. I haven't been in the done thing and i. I don't think i've done that much. Radio either over the year. Yeah but you get the headphones on if you're not used to it you sort of just like bathe in your own what you hear. Your voice is an amplification right. It's always need it. It's funny because when i'm on the same way when i'm on stage i ask them. Can you please put more of me in the monitor. Because i don't here if we don't hear it and rash harder yeah a great right and shouting the whole show and i'm like they couldn't hear myself i go with i'm a. I'm a low energy. I don't think i'm that low energy. But i haven't been branded you know when i started and we were coming up. If you've got the low energy brand or the alternative yeah whatever they sort painted you with. That was then you had to deal with that. I got both so. I was low energy. Yeah so that's but. I could feel myself retreating to my own west boy for a little bit. I love it and it's so funny because this is the second podcast that we've done in studio with a guest which is the way we used to the pandemic and it is so nice to me in and we'll do them. What i loved about doing on zoom is that we could have any sam j. from new york or if david spade could make it into the state he like. He did from his house and so like it was it allowed us to sort of this is beautiful that we're all looking at each other. I contact john for energy in the room energy in the room with being pop bubbly being. Let's start. Let's start with the story because they are fans sent us stories Tweet at daniel van kirk hashtag dump people down. I do both and then the stories come in. Let's do what set him by mark. Marcus at mark. Marcus sees not case. Do you think that's his name mark. Marcus yeah yes. If you're the parent now your parents kids in your last name is marcus do you. What's the discussion like. How much do you have to move your wife. What do you give up to say. We're naming and mark. Well it's interesting is and i. I am still having trouble adjusting to it. I don't know how much it's you could have. Martin martin i have my mardi martin marty learn angeles. I don't know if we're an epicenter of the weird thing you know. Small towns especially in the south are the are. That's all our yes it's like misspellings of words that you know right totally because ivy league mark. Marcus marcus that's like lightweight. Now like doesn't register yet name. Your kid like fruit or or as the center of you say knee..
"martin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Great you before we get to a martin popoff who has written a half dozen books on rush. You had message to me last week. Maybe on the weekend about this canadian indie band that had the largest jump on spotify compared to any other canadian band. And so i i'd like to. I don't know spend some time talking about that..
"martin" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"Them to contact you. Instagram martin p ks so martin p kiss For keeping study on instagram. And it's just martin parker on facebook have tiktok learn. Teach just as well but i. I'm not really asked about. Yeah i don't dance and things like that but Yeah that's that's all p ks on instagram for now. I've got my website up yet. Looks for me on the speaker slam merging speakers from speaker slam slam dot ca website that anybody's interested in getting inspirational speeches and telling their story and and It's really gratifying. When you do that. I know some people like to share it twelve. That meetings things like that was sharing your story with the world and get it off your chest and Very therapeutic awesome. Like i said i i really do appreciate you. Coming on and sharing your story martin. I was quite the story man. And i know you've you've been through a lot of struggles man but you've made it through the other side you're sober It sounds like you've got things figured out. Man so i. I really do appreciate you coming on and sharing today. Thank you martin. Thank you again for coming on the show today man. I really enjoyed our conversation. And i think it's gonna inspire a lot of people as always if you guys who like to find out more information about today's guests be sure to check out the links in the show notes. You've been listening to recovery survey if you've got anything out today's episode at su to please leave us a five star review and share this episode with friend. If you'd like to get in contact with us you can find as a recovery survey dot com. You can listen to all of our episodes on the website as well as connect with on social media. Where you can get previews for upcoming episodes..