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Castillo outdoes Buehler, Reds end Dodgers' win streak at 6
"Kyle farmer doubled twice in the red snapped the Dodgers six game winning streak with a three one victory farmers two run double in the sixth put Cincinnati ahead three nothing he also doubled and scored on Tucker Barnhart RBI single in the fifth winning pitcher Luis Casteel struck out ten and didn't allow a runner past second base over six in the third shutout innings Walker Buehler was hoping to notches career high fifteen twin but the Reds reached him for three runs on six hits and two walks over six frames the Dodgers were blank until Matt Beatty's RBI single with two outs in the ninth I'm the ferry
Raiders Rule Josh Jacobs out for Sunday's Game vs. Steelers
"All right. Big news involving the raiders. Jon gruden announced running back. Josh jacobs out for the game against dealers. Not that big of a shock okay. He's got a toe injury. It could linger. You need to make sure this is okay and take care of it kenyan. Drake was signed for this reason. And i mean drake is going to have to go up against this incredibly tough defense. I wonder is the number going to jump. maybe not. it's six and a half already. It's still six and a half and now now it's it's jus to the steelers now it's one fourteen at fan duel. It's six and a half miles one. Fourteen six and a half plus one. Oh six on the
Knapp Scores Winner in 9th for Phillies in 6-5 Win Over Cubs
"Going on a passed ball by catcher Robinson Chirinos with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Phillies a six five win over the cubs Philadelphia led by former Chicago tied the contest at the top of the ninth inning with a solo home run by Matt Duffy G. two will be jealous forty Galveston also homered for the film to snap a two game losing streak the wind chill Reno's and Frank Swindell holder for the cubs in the loss Michael Luongo below via
Matt Walsh Says Liberal's Single Standard Is Keeping Others Down
"Know, Matt. I find your commentary to be incredibly insightful. I watch you on Fox. A lot, and a couple of weeks ago, you were on is probably Tucker. And there was that segment playing about Nancy Pelosi and the fundraiser she had remember everybody was unmasked, of course, because you know, that's what the Democrats do. And you said something that's been on my mind for a long time. I've used the example with the audience I've cited you. Of course I give you credit. You said no, no, This isn't a double standard that we wear masks and Pelosi and the elitists Don't it's a single standard. Basically, you plead, shut your pie holes, You know? Yeah, You work for us, Shut your mouth, and it's just a consistent standard, and I said, I got up mad and I cheered and I texted Jim right away, the producer said. Please get mad on the show. If he's willing to. That was a great point. Well, yeah, I mean, I think it's there is important point for us to understand it. You know, we like to accuse the left of having a double standard. Uh, I think just sort of an easy way of interpreting what they're doing, But it's exactly that there's a There's a certain consistency, not just with covid, but With their approach to everything you know they're they're special. They're kind of in a different category from the rest of us. And so they get we saw the same thing, of course. Couple nights ago at the Met gala, and everyone is talking about against the double standard. We've got all these celebrities and AOC and everyone in there walking around in their fancy designer dresses, and they're not wearing masks because that would ruin the outfit, and it wouldn't match the output and you've got the servants in the background. The servant class. Wearing matter. I think at one point I actually had some servants in masks carrying the trail of her down as you walk to your car. Yes. Um, yeah, I saw that. That's real being Jim Can't believe that. Yes, there actually, As if no one in her entourage, Matt realize, like, Hey, this really looks bad.
Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?
"So i think. Usc should go get a nfl coach. I think name image likeness is going to be a little bit of an avalanche the next decade and these nfl coaches are not control freaks. They've dealt with players getting paid. They're very comfortable with it. They've got owners in the nfl. they're not in the. I have to control everything. Business i said doug peterson to me matt. Nagy if the if the bears fired him anthony lynn. All one playoff games in the nfl. All have a presence If you go. Look at usc miami and ucla three urban universities. If you look at the coaches that are had the most success. Pete carroll john robinson. Usc pro coaches chip kelly. Pro coaches getting it rolling dick for meal. Ucla pro coach. How 'bout miami. Last time they won. Butch davis dennis. Erickson jimmy johnson.
Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote
"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand
Dodgers Trevor Bauer Has Leave Extended to End of Season
"Dodgers pitcher trevor. Bauer will miss the rest of the year. No shock there right and he will not be eligible in the postseason which is really interesting. The has agreed to extend the admin leave for the rest of the year. So he's not coming back. He somebody wrote in a kitten. Remember who wrote this. But the trevor. Bauer will never pitch inning. You'll never throw another pitch in major league baseball. Like that is crazy to think about. He is he just signed a monster deal which he's still getting paid by the way on so huge deal monster deal in what what happens next. Like i know this is one of those situations where you just scratch your head and go. I'm confused like why. Hasn't he been arrested. Yet like whoa. This is taking a long time if these allegations are if any of them are true the ones that what bauer has done with one of the two women who are accusing him of sexual impropriety. If he does get arrested. I would agree. He will never pitch again like. That's it goodbye and then the arrest will actually allow the dodgers devoid his contract. So there you go.
No. 9 Iowa Beats No. 10 Iowa St 27-17 to Keep Cy-Hawk Trophy
"Knight Frank di would beat number ten Iowa state for the sixth straight time twenty seven seventeen the Hawkeyes turned four takeaways into twenty points ran their overall winning streak to eight games and their winning streak against ranked teams to five Jack Campbell returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown Matt Hankins had two of Iowa's three interceptions against Brock Purdy Spencer Petras threw a pretty twenty six yard touchdown pass to Charlie Jones Tyler Goodman had a four yard TD run in the second quarter for Iowa which won despite gaining just one hundred seventy three total yards I'm the fairy
Manaea Fans 9, A’s Beat White Sox 3-1
"The athletics earned a three one win over the white Sox behind Chaman Nayar who struck out nine while allowing one run and five hits over seven innings when I was one three with an eight point oh ERA in his previous six starts since a victory on July twenty eighth just another and you know get he Thomas ought to be aggressive wish with all my pages so you know weather gets it or not is now it's up to me so you know to be aggressive with everything and and you know I think the results up Tony Kappa Matt Chapman each drove in a run for Oakland which took two of three in the series to pull within two and a half games of an AL wild card slot Jose Abreu had two hits and drove in a run for the AL central leading white sacks a braille has one hundred four RBIs this season I'm Dave Ferrie
ESPN Reporter Allison Williams Steps Down From Role After Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine
"Allison williams woke at the vaccine. So she's no longer working sideline reporting for. Espn coming up this season. He was on a podcast where she said to say. I'm disappointed is probably a huge understatement. It's not been easy. But there are some things that are precluding me for being out there. And i'm gonna leave it at that. I love you guys when i can probably in a future episode and we can drive into whatever i can reveal as to why so. I'm super bombed. It's going to be a hard weekend for sure this weekend. But i can't wait to watch you to shine on the sidelines of your games. You'll be flipping through channels incessantly all day. I'll probably have to go get a sitter for my son or something. Because he's definitely going to have to get a knock any attention this weekend. Okay
Chapman Homers, Montas Shuts Down White Sox as a's End Skid
"The struggling ETS ended a four game losing streak thanks to the pitching of Frankie montage as they beat the white Sox five to one montage pitched seven strong innings allowed only six hits and a run with seven strikeouts to get the win I'm sorry to go out there and the much happens to her god that in the the best I can John I give the team the best chance to win and I'm man I gotta swings been doctors for us you know and I just thought it was went out there and put a good performance Matt Chapman homered while young guns Matt Olson and Elvis Andrus ball with RBI singles the ETS are three games behind the Yankees for the second wild card spot Dallas Crichel took the loss he gave up five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings Riley on Oakland
Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Battling COVID-19: 'My Fight Is Not Done'
"For prayers after spending several days in the hospital battling Covid 19 former NBA players. Cedric Ceballos has spent the last 11 days hospitalized in an intensive care unit with Covid 19, he announced on Twitter. The 52 year old is asking his friends and family for prayers while sharing a photo of him with breathing tubes. On August 27th, the former NBA star first announced he had contracted Covid on Instagram, forcing him to cancel a scheduled meet and greet At the time, he told fans he was at home after a hospital visit and was hopeful for a quick recovery. Matt Piper, CBS News
3 Automations Tools You Must Know!
"The first toll that i will be covering. Today is happier zappia and makes you happier and is the leading no code automation tool with over thirty eight hundred immigration partners think hub spot milch him google counter and pretty much any toy you can imagine and if they don't have a direct integration you can probably find documentation or youtube video on how to set up the automation you need with a web hook happier is a y combinator backed company led by zayd foster and is probably the best hope to start. If you're looking to get into automation for the first time zap here is the most used toll in no code automation and entire six and seven figure. Businesses have been built using this toll. The only issue with zapper is if you're building a business on top of it. The price can add up extremely fast. I have used an paid for zappia in the past. And i think it is a great tool and how you recommend it to those looking to get started in automation or those that have businesses and are ready to automate those businesses. The second of all that. I'm going to be covering today. Is integra mac. Integra is an incredible automation tool that is affordable and a more visual experience. They were recently acquired for around one hundred million dollars. Integra matters as sleek web-based no code automation tool that pairs with their mobile app for the ultimate automation experience. If you don't like how zappia displays the workflows as you build. I highly recommend trying out. Integra matt i personally use it and pay for it and i think it is fairly easy to use an extremely powerful in regards to what you can do. I think there's i think you can use integral matt. And we'll have more flexibility compared to like zap your but if your needs aren't that complex zap is still a great option. But i personally love. And i pay for integral about their starting plan starts at about nine dollars a month. So it's extremely affordable for makers that are looking to start automating some of their business processes. The third option is air table so as many of you know air table is basically google sheets on steroids and conserve as simple spreadsheet or the back end for a web app. You're building. They have an internal automation tool that connects to popular tools. You use like gmo slack. Google calendar as well as moving data within air table. People run entire businesses just using air table their automation tool. I use it personally for our company placed and they are necessary for our business to function as efficiently as it does. I highly recommend air table and with our business we do events right so logistically speaking that can be a nightmare. But because of air table and air table automations. It makes the process seamless. And yes i highly recommend for sure other notable automation tools include. Ui bakery parabola directional and if this if this then that i know that's another really popular it's not gonna go into too much but they are very very simple way to build basic automations disaster but even a level below
Cities Build Splash Pads to Cool off Residents
"With just a bit more than four thousand residents carro is the biggest city in tuscaloosa county. About one hundred miles north of detroit. There's a growing danger from heatwaves in the patchwork of rural communities like this one all across michigan in the state's largest local health department heat related pediatric emergency room visits. Have almost in just the last couple of years. Carro is landlocked surrounded by farms to the north and woods to the south. But today city manager matt lane is ready to get drenched. If you hear blood-curdling screams of just a freezing water touching my skin. That's not it's fine. Lean has traded in his shirt and tie for a swimsuit to try out. The city's new splash pad. He takes a deep breath and steps into the cold spray on a day. When the temperature is pushing ninety degrees he's headed for an oversized bucket about four feet tall. And almost as wide diameter perched on a tower of pipes and bound lane asks the kids playing here where to stand lane says this new public water feature is a way for kids to get out their energy on hot days. Shelly volmer says it's working. She's here with her daughter. And i can't get him to leave. They don't wanna go splash pads like this are popping up in some surprising places in small cities across the northern us. Burlington north dakota rothschild wisconsin and sars l. Minnesota have all recently installed splash pads that perfect summer to have our first year. Lashed has been really hot. Has we that at ninety quite a few days this year nikki sweeter organizes community engagement for sars l. She says those once ray or ninety degree days are more common now than she remembers in an odd twist. It's actually been so hot and dry this summer. That the new splash pad has had to
Selling Action in Poker Tournaments
"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played
No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10
"Detrow young had a big interception with two oh five left in the fourth quarter and seventh ranked Iowa state staved off an upset minded northern Iowa sixteen ten Brock Purdy completed twenty one of twenty six passes for one hundred ninety seven yards but Matt Campbell's team was kept off balance by defense that returned all of its starters that's a good football team and so from our standpoint I think really proud of our attitude and effort really proud of how our kids played Rizal who led the nation with nine one hundred yard games last season was held a sixty nine on twenty three carries Iowa state was in danger of joining Michigan is the only top ten team to lose to an FCS opponent on the ferry
Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak
"This silly six game winning streak is over after Miguel row Haas had two hits and three RBIs during a seven run sixth that highlighted the Marlins ten three route of Philadelphia actually you can we got our momentum from from that evening and are they gonna say is that we can do it all and get scored the strongest cases Sanchez smacked a three run Homer in the first inning for the Marlins losing pitcher Kyle Gibson was tagged for eight runs and eight hits in five one third innings Steven ochre got the final out in the sixth for his first win since twenty seventeen Matt Verlaine hit an RBI double and a run scoring triple for the Phils Freddy Galvis led off the game with a home run I'm the ferry
Mars Rover Apparently Retrieves First Rock Sample for Return to Earth
"Perseverance rover has collected. Its first rock sample. Oh yeah thoughts on perseverance. Well more importantly it's the first rock sample. That's going to be brought back right. That's the deal. So they drill a hole in iraq. They pulled it out and then through some you know orbital mechanics. Whatever they're going to get it back to earth which is just cray cray half full. Always send matt damon. I'm going yes. Yes yes wow. I'm not ducking guys like you say that's amazing that is actually
"matt i" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Can check us out on memorize that list. The list is long. Or like i'll. I'll spare all of you and yeah you can just check us out at two game ads on youtube or two gay matt's the podcast and yep and at map palmer music on i also am a musician Just put out an ap called the good parts of the seven song ep. It's kind of like pop. Rb stuff and that's available wherever you get your music spotify if anyone downloads. I tunes things anymore. That would be great. I don't even know if that's an option but wherever you can listen to music my Ep the good parts is available. It has The first video. I don't want it and do again. Also so both are available. Amazing the thank you both so much. This was so much fun. I think you so much for having a great oh right. We're almost there. We're almost at the end of show. Back burst our chasers chasers or the good stuff that helps the bad shit. Go down easier. Starting with do better white people were. We highlight some anti-racism resources and other actions to make our world a little bit better. This week i wanted to mention two things. One is just a simple thing. That i i don't know if we've really called out before. Which is i know. Instagram just changed their profile interface. So that you can add your pronouns on instagram. And i feel like yeah. We just haven't talked about like adding your pronouns to all of your profiles and even like your email signature Something that everybody should do. It's super easy to just slap that onto the end of your your profile Because it just affirms the fact that you you shouldn't assume anybody's gender Until they've told you it or confirmed it in some way and that is a very easy simple way to do that. Instagram made it really easy. The other thing i wanted to mention was the tech talk strike. I know very little about talk to begin with. I did just start using it. Exclusively for what. I discovered is Tolkien just about lord of the rings and then cottage core. Because while i might not participate fully. I do really enjoy watching. Other people. participate in that So i am getting more familiar. But i have a feeling. This strike is not about either of those sections. I will say. Also that the corner of tick-tock that i've seen the most is guinea pig to talk because their brand of mine we always joke about guinea pigs and they send me. There's a lot of guinea pig accounts. Anyway obviously dance crazes or beg on tech talk. Who had a sort of the stereotypical tick tock thing But so many of these. I would say most of the choreography behind these dance. Crazes is made by black creators. And what often happens. Is that the creators of this content and up getting kind of buried beneath people who copy them and then they go on attributed and oftentimes white creators will end up getting all of the followers and then all of the sponsorship money or get invited on late night shows. I mean i think the famous example was there was a crater who got invited on the tonight show. Then everybody was like right again. Those dances all the ones that she did were like made by black creators. Who aren't credited here. So the point is it's important to know where the content that you're consuming comes from so in particular using engagement tools for marginalized creators. So i mean. I know this is kind of like As someone who has spent a lot of time on the internet this it's annoying to even say but it's like things like liking commenting sharing doing all three of those things on one post is a huge help for those those creators for any create or So just being aware of when when you're liking commenting sharing saving images and videos. That boosts those craters so make sure that your diversifying your feed and then engaging with with the people particularly marginalized creators so that they are not buried in the algorithm. What tv shows. Are you watching this week. Boy oh boy did i watch a lotta tv. I i was mostly off the week before last and really watched a lot of tv. During that time. So i finished mythic quest really enjoyed that I finished what we do in. The shadows also really enjoyed that also. Because i finished the second season of. I think you should leave. Which is co created. By tim robinson ronaldson a comedian also co created. A show called detroiters with sam richardson. Who plays richard split on veep. It's about these two characters Who run pretty much just like a bad ad agency in detroit. So they're doing lows like bad local commercials and that's what they do. It's only two seasons. It's only ten episodes per seasons. Which is it's only ten episodes per season. Which is absolutely heartbreaking. Because it's a near perfect show. It is so funny. It's so ridiculous but also grounded and sweet but also so ridiculous And i'm really enjoying it. So yeah been watching a lot of tv. What about you I've been watching a lot of older stuff. That's so unlike you. I know the past couple of weeks. I've been watching like a huge smattering of a bunch of old staff up. But the two things that i keep going back to and watching more and more of is parks and rec and bob's burgers. Both of which i mean. I've seen all of. But those two shows i feel like i often. They're not necessarily in my rotation of like when i'm bored i put on this show so this has been an occasion to go back and like specifically rewatch them and i'm enjoying them both. But and then of course awfully I think you should leave. So i literally the most insane show and there were a couple of moments in this season where i genuinely like scream laughed out loud joke but yeah anyway so really enjoy that. What is your non tv chaser. I don't know if you're going to have the same way. My hairstyles announced his two. And he's doing two nights. I mean you. And i were so excited for harry styles. Halloween show in twenty twenty that then obviously got cancelled which was devastating. Also made sense but he's doing two shows one the night before halloween and went on halloween. And obviously we're going to be going to both. Obviously we're gonna be dressed in two different costumes one for each night I'm so excited. I'm so happy also phoebe. Bridges is going on tour and she announced her concert. And i have an alarm in my calendar for one to get ready to get those tickets tomorrow. And i'm so excited. So yeah so that's my chase for the weakest. I'm very very excited about that. What about you. What's your tv chaser. Dot i'm also very excited about looking forward to october. It's not bad far away. Which is tariffs not horrible. In addition to that. I'll say i was very excited by the emi announcements this week multiple. Our guests complainers Most excitingly. mj rodriguez. We just had Made history the first ever trans will be nominated..
"matt i" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"When it comes back around to being zipping acceptable to me. I also to me. It's like oh everyone has grown up looking at this. And seeing i would always i would always watch it when it was on the broadway production recorded. Yes i would see it on different concerts and everything like all other kids doing that. And i just assumed all other kids were doing is. They had a history with cats so the trailer was matt palmer's first exposure to cads and i was like what's so upsetting about this is kat. It's right expecting. That was never seen seen seen a production of a pre vat movies so i was in the same boat but had the opposite reaction. So oh you need to see the recorded broadway production. Then you'll get it. You'll be like oh i understand. Rice is right. I yeah it is on my list. I yeah i love that. We kind of came. We came full circle. you know. i think. I'm now kind of in the middle of the map. Palmer matt steel spectrum again. Which i welcome. Yeah so before we end. Where can people find each of you and your work. You're you're both doing stuff outside of the podcast to Yeah so you can find me on twitter and instagram at its matt. Steel so it s. s. t. e. l. e. find. I just released a movie This past year called divas that i wrote and produced and starred in everything and that's available right now on amazon prime for free for pride and you'll love it. It's about bitchy boys in their high school musical. Sort of like a retelling of all about eve but setting high school in about boys And you can also find rent or buy anywhere or buy movies amazon. Itunes youtube movies. Google play fandango. Now all that fun stuff and yeah you.
"matt i" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"By people and the fact that there seems to be such a snobbery around the cleaver vanilla. Yeah because it's kind of like okay. It seems like if you're oh. I don't want vanilla ice cream. It's too basic from your whatever. The vanilla stands come through the woodwork. And they're just like. Oh well maybe you just don't get it see my palate is so sophisticated and i can sense the the notes of vanilla bean better than you may be. There's just such an elitism with vanilla. Vanilla has put in no work. Wow okay. I've been biting my tongue for a long time. I saw. I saw the list of what matt steele was saying for his rants. Two out of three of them including this one our personal attacks against me. It is very common knowledge in our home that i am very pro vanilla and pro. French allah whipped cream. We've argued about this several times. I feel like this is now being used as a platform to attack me. And i don't know that that's fair. Yeah i think it's funny. I had the same reaction. I think it's funny. That you've invented this villain of like stand like our bonilla's stands out there. How often malign vanilla as like a boring flavor. And now i feel like i need to assume the role of manila bill. And because i. I will go hard for me. I feel like i recently came into my love of vanilla because it is often people are like it's just boring. We need something else mixed in. We need something but it sounds like you've become an adult and so i'm excited for matt steel to join the party. I will never join this party. I i am on the opposite end of town at a different party. And that is the chocolate party because chocolate maybe as subtle as someone punching you in the face like obviously like it's the opposite of vanilla at least chocolate puts in the work like vanilla does nothing for you sure. No one needs something to compliment it. In order for me to handle it i i would agree that i am often like. I'm never like oh. I would love scoop of vanilla ice cream right now like i. You know it goes with something else. I'm usually like. I enjoy it as as an accompaniment but i do think it deserves credit on. Its own but i remember being a little agree with you. I remember being a child and they would like.
"matt i" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"And there's all these different lists so you can like shop. My podcasting gear makeup. That i recommend beauty stuff is also the same as makeup that i recommend in home staff and daniels corner all sorts of stuff. Go there and follow me at allison resin on twitter and instagram. Do you want to toss out. Your social media stuff's. I'm just basically on instagram. At that logan. It's private. But i'll let you in if you're nice to me and you obvious bought that's like trying to spammy with like you know. Nfc's or something a lot of crap like everybody's four x investor so yeah just You can follow me. And if i don't approve you because you might be a by. I'm convinced that you just trying to sell us. What otherwise. yeah you can find me. There are some tony what about you. I'm antoni tax paxton on twitter and instagram. i plan to start bullying else online about the Podcast queant look then. My podcast bizarre albums. Every tuesday awesome. Thank you again matt. This was great listeners. Thank you for listening. I love you you matter. Goodbye show but now we gotta go a rosy view.
"matt i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Is texas show now. I know all been a night. You're not your twin brother. I am not my twin. He did not take over my job. And yea i loved vm. Near what a phony twin. Yeah he's a. he's a big phony but away. It's snowing here like crazy and tarrytown to avoi- it's snowing here to In new york city and it seems to be snowing all over the country We have a couple of big updates. At least i think of them as big updates first of all Coming up in this hour we're talking to talking to eighty f- yes math match sharp senior counsel at a. d. f. Okay didn't know who from media f eighty defending offending freedom. That's coming up in a few seconds. These guys are doing rose. Work we've talked. We've talked with them on the program before but they're heroes They're defending religious liberty That reminds me that an hour to we're talking to our friend stephen meyer. Who is a brilliant scientist philosopher of science. The has a new book out which i've read It is it's not out yet. It's coming out a few weeks. Called the return of the god hypothesis. Who how science is leading us to god it is. It's insane insane thing. That's that's coming up in our too. But i don't want to forget also last night. I was supposed to be on fox news at seven o'clock in the seven o'clock hour. They got a new show. I think it's called primetime even doesn't start 'til eight but the bottom line is i was on the show with rachel campos duffy. Who we've had on this program. Yes and with dana lash. Yeah and i was supposed to talk about my book fish out of water and some other things. I don't even remember now but everything got changed because rush limbaugh passed away and so i was on fox last night and got to talk about my memory of of rush. I met him. And if we have time. I'll share that anecdote at the end of this. It was it was funny funny anecdote after. We're done talking with with matt sharp. I'm gonna share the anecdote at the end of the hour Today because we don't have that much time with matt Also though i just want to say this is true. This is nuts..
"matt i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Www wake. I this is jamie bamberg. Katie sack off. I am tomo panicky. I play hilo on the hit television series battle star galactica and you're listening to sci-fi talk seen one apple take to the umbilically. I've laid down to flock on andrew. You're listening to the wonderful five five talk. I heartily endorse your listener. Ever thank you as i said on time castle. He think a conversation with matt froward would be a lot of fun. It's certainly was. He's playing data lewis on television series olympus and this acura certainly play all kinds of roles comic tragic pathos you name it. He's done it and also impacted a lot of great movies. And here's my conversation with roy moore talking data on olympus have actually just seeing the pilot of olympus and it's it's pretty cool i. I really love greek mythology. I kind of that was like my introduction before superheroes in comics. So yeah it. Kinda was the The precursor to The marvel comics. Domain wasn't a watch they even borrow known. I mean all. That mythology is certainly apparent in batman. Superman all that stuff so yeah marvel even borrowed one of the norse gods and turned into a comic book hero to i guess so. Yeah store that's right. You know what. I like about this character is you know. He's he's the smartest guy in the room. And you mentioned an interview that he's like sherlock holmes which you played in the past in quite well by the way and also That he kind of has some baggage a little bit too and you know he kind of has an emotional weight on him kind of talk about this guy and then how you found your way to how iphone my way to the character and how. I felt my way to the part two different things. I worked with nick willing before frank On alice playing the white knight in the the alice miniseries. Nick presented this character to and very very interesting fellow. 'cause he's He's full of rage. He's full of self-loathing. Ease he's grief-stricken when we I meet him The feels responsible for his son's death. Because this this flying machine and his son. Chris got close to the sun. And yeah huber Let them fall to his death. This kind of nihilism and cynicism is is eating away at at daedelus it's a very interesting character because he He manages to keep all this that that may through his work. Of course his is is the god that that that he worship to to At the expense of of everything including love. So it's a very interesting kind of nihilistic self-destructive in a way character you know what's interesting is he kinda share that quality with sherlock holmes a little bit too. Yeah yeah. I mean they they kind of privacy of that of that kind of intellect isolating you from the world i mean and it's it's an interesting point because there's a there's a literal tower that's He and his son up daedelus knickers google or walk up in. But but also the figurative ivory tower that You know isolate some from the rest of the world which is his intellect. He's imprisoned by king minos and it's kind of like one of these deals where you can have everything you want to build things and use your intellect. You just can't leave exactly you get all the to all the tools and and all the all the toys whatever you want to experiment. Let's say let your in let go crazy but It's locked within these four walls because you have to serve me so there's no freedom for this boy also interesting about about this the series that i liked and by the way the flying machine looked a little davinci to me so you kind of beat them to the punch which is cool is is this riddle. That at that queen media has to solve Because it essentially you get free passage to olympus which is part of the you know the thing of the show and had his data was kind of get involved with the with the rental who will he To give a spoiler but you know kinda yeah. I know i'm trying to sort of keep it sort of at arm's length in talking about. Let's talk about something else the he he's fascinated by the By by the gods and the and the control they have over man and comes to. This comes to this conclusion. That the that the god is within us and and still still needs to be destroyed. You know but it but of course great tragedy is pointed out that thank god is is work and once he realizes that it's he's able to pass that on then then he's okay with himself and I i can't. I say any no. That was good. That was very good. Has everything and yet nothing good. No it's you know i. I like a little tease and that was good. That was very go. Do and also looks interesting from what i've seen from just photographs and things and just getting from the first episode in kind of meeting medina really well is that i think there could be an interesting relationship with her on the series coming up. I think that's fair to say that. Yes yeah yeah. He's got an agenda two for she Yeah that's right and every everyone does have you have an agenda and everyone has their Their their own journey and You know you know given that. I'm kind of rejected by my own. Son my one of my goals to overcome migrants. You know what's interesting is is the use of green screen on this series patio. That looks it. Looks so some of the visuals were you know. Were you almost wanna pause. The wanted to pause the movie just to watch it that. See the vision i know it's astounding. What they what they achieved. I mean there's so so many green screen shots and so much of this was done a green screen. I'd done quite a bit of green screen. Before so i knew what was involved and and you know the whole business. Okay now imagine the pterodactyl six feet above your head and you're kind of waving nothing or waving or worse waving at a a tennis ball on a stick thinking. I hope this isn't going to be too big. Extensive doesn't begin to describe it. Let me put it this way by the end of the first week of filming so low. The color green couldn't order a salad at the restaurant. It was just unbelievable but Yeah i mean all all credit to got the the effects guys the crew were were just astounding us Yeah the We managed to ten pounds in a one pound bag and some of the some of the backdrops are absolutely spectacular. As i am. db's has your about.
"matt i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"And they'll go after her as well. So so there's no doubt that Democrats are afraid well, well an and it seems to me they were playing footsie's at the beginning of this process, Kamala Harris making a plea for donations to get some of these folks out of jail. So they could get back out on the streets which we know they did because they got arrested again, but it's it's like the old Chinese. Proverb if you ride a tiger, it's hard to get off the various versions. But at some point, they have to dismount from this tiger that I think Democrats thought they were gonNA benefit from, and now it's become dangerous Jenny Durkan in Seattle they came to her home Ted Wheeler in in Portland Larry lightfoot. Lori lightfoot. In in Chicago, you have these various politicians who played footsie's with this organization until it turned on them. Yeah I think that's an interesting dynamic, and if there's any hope here, you would. You would. You would hope that at some point they're able to stand up at least behind the scenes and say something but you know I have to say I I am doubtful that without the right becoming more vocal. In calling this out in front of the American people at the Democrats will or the left will change because so far you're right I mean you know Laurie lightweight and Chicago doesn't like it when people show up at her house and she's GonNa stop that but is she really going to condemn you know violence in the movement wholesale maybe you're right we've seen a turn where they sort of realized we do have this tiger by the tail and we can't let go but we don't like This. But at the same time I mean look Biden shed a few things about violence being wrong Harris I mean she is she has said even less and they do not want to call out this organization and and look frankly nor do Republicans. Right. So until we can actually call this out explicitly all the time in in public especially politicians on the right I just I just don't see how it's going to stop the other aspect to it is beside shining a light on it, which is a must. The other aspect is, of course. Law Enforcement is actually when when there are laws being violated, law enforcement is going to have to act and when you look at what we've seen you know what I like to say is especially with Antifa but also with black lives matter the both of them combined they also, they often worked together. At what I like to say, this is not gonNA stop until it stopped. And what I mean by that is these are the sorts of activists. These are sort the people who the minority of people out there in America, but they gotta sorts of people who are going to continue to do what they've done and break the law until someone actually physically stops. and. That has to be law enforcement in America and so. You know I think that there's been some some places some regions have have really. Done a good job in turning the tide and saying, no, we're not going to allow this year. but but you know the the jury's still out on what we're GONNA do so both two things need to happen. We need politicians who clearly distinguish between what's acceptable and what's not when it comes to protesting, and then when it comes to harassment and violence, and then we're gonNA eat law enforcement that's willing to take the slings and arrows up the other side, which is gonNA say they're being they're being terrible and unjust and enforce the law. I think you're right. Matt Peterson. Is Vice President of Education Claremont Institute and Editor of the American mind you're a great guest comeback and see us Matt. Thank you so much for having me. You got it..
"matt i" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"Cover are just based on you know a small little basis of song and see what happens. Ceecee how bay in the approach. They take whether it's reading the lyrics whether it's like listening to the actual acoustic demo and having some fun with it that way that was that was the challenge that you know that. I gave each artists that i reached out to. So fortunately they they all look cool and they're really fun representations of each of the songs that will get shared a singles. So that was. That was kinda cool. Some people worked in in deca posh. Some people worked in oil or pastels. It's some you know. Look a little bit more like they they worked with a a does on a computer Design program so everybody had their own kind of unique approach based on what they listen to so that was a that was a fun little creative exercise. That's fantastic. i'm looking forward. It so i think the the the coolest thing that i've seen recently and this was a few years back. I went to a san francisco comecon a few years ago and what they did. This comic book artist was also musician so they put inside the comic the notes that would be inside the music and if you were to follow along with the comic book you also were able to listen to the album at the same time and everything would be in perfect time and or you know as much perfect time as you can be because if you're reading too quickly you're not able to get the whole experience but having something like that where you have that visual representation of it as well as the auditory representation of it is amazing and then having those kind of coincide with each other and you don't think about that stuff sometimes and you you look at it and just everything's kind of lost in the either unfortunately where you know that that just piece of artwork that like what you're talking about where this is the cover art that you're going to have for. The singles is a direct representation and the direct interpretation of the songs like that is such a cool thing that i don't think a lot of people will put a hand together And also you know if you wanna get really hyper local or hyper independent about it. If you really you know say say the music may is something that you don't connect to as much but you really liked the artwork and you're really into painting or drawing or sculpting you might discover another artists that you hadn't heard of before that eight to right and you know if they say say they have an art gallery or they use instagram or something along those lines you might you know decide. Hey that might be a good thing to check out. I really care about this. Other artists work that type of thing. So i think you know the idea at least with this batch of music that i'm planning to record to also support other artists as well with with the podcast that you're doing. Are you looking at different ways to approach that with everything that's happening with the world say like the pandemic right and then plus the the music that you're doing and trying to balance that out between the podcast the music and your family. Are you looking at a different way to use digital tools or you're trying to maybe like with the approach. Are you looking at a different schedule. Or you're trying to like everything running and is that a conscious effort for you to do that. That's a loaded question and a great one. I think like many artists were were kind of taking it. Literally a month by month basis Not exactly sure. When the next time. I'll be out playing any shows. It could be eight or nine months from now depending on right. What kind of what kind of advance as there are in public health so for the time being. I'm really. I've been really honing in on this podcast for the past almost year. Now it started in august of last year. I've kind of gone on a relentless pace with that. I've literally released one new code every single week and having a child. Excuse me i in in likely in august definitely going to scale back for the time being it probably evolved from you know once a week to every two weeks and see how that how that shakes out to see if i can get on some sort of regular schedule because you know sleeping. Patterns will change 'em time time will change. Actually you know. Time to record and prepare. And reese research for different records that you know i might be unfamiliar with all definitely changed. So that that's also kind of the impetus to behind releasing singles. The attention spans are what they are with. You know casual or serious in listeners of music so to to stay in the conversation and released singles and to have something new to share. Seems like at least the optimal way for me to go about things at least for the time being. I wouldn't rule out you know releasing a full length of some sort. You know down the line but right now with the limited time that i have to balance everything and then contrast that with the lives of going to have you know after august just literally fly by the seat of my pants and keeping a running calendar and literally just allocated. Okay i can work on cover to cover for a couple of hours and then set it down and do some other things like my my passion and my creativity and my my want in desire to have conversations about music is never going to dwindle. Those episodes might just be. You know they'll happen every couple of weeks. So that's that's ultimately my goal. Luckily with this new material. That i i do have some other songs. That didn't make that recording session. And i'm always working on and and piecing things together anyways so i feel i feel good about where things are to. Just be able to release those songs. Continue in a working on some long-form interviews. That's the beautiful thing about a podcast. Is you know it's a place where you you know. You can kind of distract yourself and and guests to a degree from you. Know from crazy things that happened in the world anymore. So so yeah i. I'm really trying to strike a balance with everything and know still find times to be healthy and exercise and and everything. It's a it's a delicate balance but it's also you know a necessary evil to have to put the things that you are really passionate about from a creative point of view down. You know you're able to do them later on it's off right. That's the the whole the whole point of the show you know. That's i don't know how to balance it out normally. I don't know how to stay consistent with it and something that i struggle with all the time. I don't have all the responsibilities that you may have coming up. But i do like sleeping and i do like doing nothing and i do like playing video games and i like shutting my brain off and that makes it to where it's such a harder thing for me to stay motivated to do everything what like what you said that that conversation and that passion to talk about the stuff will never dwindle and i think i i like i like the way that you said that because it's it's always going to be in the back of your mind and it's always going to be something that you still.
"matt i" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"Not doing tape right right right now. I'm a everything digital. I think i'm using zen caster. Which is which is cool. Because it's one of these programs that you can just have you can just supply links to and then you can edit and then dump it into another program. It's just really. It's easy clean interface as the kids. Like to say yeah. It's very simple. And i sometimes think that simple is better than the alternative. I mean i guess yeah yeah well. That's that's why they have keep it simple stupid right that. that's yeah. It's a tried and true method. I remember starting out and going to my friends studios and doing it there and then just like this is a lot of money and i don't know if i want to pay for all this every every week every month and then just being like fuck it. I'll i'll try to invest myself and we'll see how this works i have. I have done the most complicated and then also figured out that. It's just like what you said. Try to keep it as simple as possible that way. It's just easier to get the product out. And that's that's what i struggle with. The most is getting that product out. So i do want to talk about this. Because i think it's a very cool concept. So can you talk about cover and like the idea how that came to be sure. So the website for cover to cover as cover to cover conversations dot com. The idea is to discover a rediscover music that you've known grown to love and you know typically i have one guest on per episode and that that guest at to make a choice as to what either single or album that they would like to discuss in great detail could be something that you really connected to when you're ten or eleven years old and it continues to to main different things you today or it could have been something that you say discovered a couple months ago and it's completely changed and enhanced your life in some sort of positive way so that's kind of the goal behind it. I mean i. I tend to ask you know a series of questions and the whole thing is kind of been a long form interview as well. And it's really kind of no-holds-barred and you know i ask you know what inspired somebody to to choose a certain record we talk about. You know maybe the players. We talk about lyrical content. We also you know always make sure you know towards the tail end of it to talk about the like the actual artistic cover whether its front cover whether it's some things in liner notes. It's it's really kind of free will and conversation in a lot of respects the incident ration- for this. Because i i think it's really interesting. Because you do go through the whole gambit and you take a critical look at kind of everything and the cover to cover aspect that front cover and the cover art focusing on that a little bit is not something that you think about anymore because everything's digital everything's digital and things get kind of lost that way. I mean i. I was having this conversation with a friend of mine yesterday and i i appreciate people that have large you know digital libraries of music. But what are you know. I don't think that you're necessarily seeing that cover at that really worked. Hard to you know uses an expression of the music that you're about to hopefully enjoy or appreciate and they're just all innocent. They're like these little hidden messages and stuff that are you know in cover art. I mean one. Shields reference point. Popular culture's sergeant pepper. And you know whether it was on the actual recording or on the actual front cover where you know. Doesn't it say paul is dead or something like that in those roses towards the bottom of th- of that front cover like they're just little things like that where either an audience picks up on or you know. The artists themselves decided to just have a little fun to see. If you know an audience picks it up. So i i always find that to be a really important supporting medium. A lot of respects and the idea of talking about cover art. Hopefully encourages people to to think a little deeper. I suppose about you know music that they own rather than just treat things in your own personal library. You're renting them. Yeah that's you know. That's a very good way to put a. I mean you're it's you know i mean okay i understand you know having a subscription for ten dollars a month to have unlimited music but with all of that unlimited music that you have are. You really appreciating the art that you enjoy. I don't. I don't even think you know you have enough hours in the data. Listen to save fifty thousand albums that are in your own personal cadillac. I mean i don't know that's just that's just me though. I think it's cool that you know that there's so much access for artists you know with digital digital platforms. But i don't know it's it feels. It feels like you're falling. Short of really connecting with your. You know the music that you love. I think it's also interesting because when when you look at it you still have to put out cover art an digital as an digital world. Because how do you like. How do you separate. Yeah and how do you separate yourself from all these different images. I think that's the other piece of it to where you and i remember going into a record store right and seeing a cool album cover and being like. Oh what's that. Let me look at that. And i bought multiple albums just as off cover work and sometimes it works sometimes. It doesn't i think. I think there's there's something to be said about that. I think the the lost the loss thing in there is the the liner notes. That's the biggest thing where you just. You can't figure out who they're saying. Thanks to who. They're who who worked on the album. You know you don't know the producer without having to actually look for that producer right. You don't know if you're a musician you want to figure out. Oh who who actually engineered this. Who where was this recorded. You know if that's one of your favorite bands you want to emulate them as much as possible right at. Yeah and you also find your you know if you're if you look really carefully you can go down some really fun rabbit holes where if hey. I didn't realize that producer worked on this. Wait a minute. I've really liked that sound. You might stumble across three or four more records by totally different bands that you were unaware of blissfully unaware of that you know you have now become fans because of that production work just just as an example so i think it's just another organic way of discovering music if you are giving yourself access to those liner nuts. Yeah and then the the artwork by itself to you know you look at a a digital library now and you're seeing image after image after image but not kind of putting it together that this is a conscious effort all the way around and what they're putting on the. The album also reflects the album and reflects the the content of the album. You know the you. You've done a few ep already. You know how kind of the picking a cover. Artwork is important to try and get your image out there right and kind of. What's what's what's inside. That album. And i think that is definitely lost. Unfortunately because you're you're not. I think the artists are still looking at the bigger package and the bigger picture but the the fans themselves are just looking for those singles or something that all hook them for that kind of instant gratification.
"matt i" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"I'll have all his links and the show notes. Make sure to check out his own. Podcast cover to cover where he brings guests on to talk about a particular album from the outside in. You might even get to hear me gush about one of my favorite bands on a future episode as always please rate in review on apple podcast. Follow me on. Spotify and subscribe on google play. Or however you get your podcast. Thank you for everything. Here's a show enjoy and even play music for a while right. yeah Where she would begin. Let's go back to. When i was fifteen years old and i was playing baseball in a kind of a teenager league so it. Was you know midget league containers and twilight sought. But i think this was right around teens. Fourteen or fifteen years old and there is a local music store where i grew up in south central. Pennsylvania called casualties and they outfitted most of the musical equipment that was being used in elementary middle and high school bands and the occasional. You know people that decided to start their own bands or projects. Or what have you and during that baseball season ahead friend of mine who somehow miraculously conned my mom and dad into purchasing bass guitar for my birthday and it all started with a it was a it was a pd fury and that was complemented with a tv. Basic sixties of sixty watt a up and. I apparently at that time. I kind of looked the part as somebody that needs to belong to a band and my friend kind of did the heavy lifting and made sure that my parents figured out a way to put a little money aside and give me a really kick ass bass guitar and that really kind of launched my sort of Rock and roll world. Sure yeah even though you were forced into. Did you even think about playing before he was like. Hey you should get A base not really. I i was it was. It was interesting i was more. I was leaning more towards. Gosh lean more towards jazz and a little love classical. 'cause i was primarily a saxophone player for several years before that i mean there was always kind of rock and roll music in the background but i was out of. That's that's somebody else's trip. That's not really mind right now. I need to just kind of stick with saxophone. But then i realized that my gosh she knows saxophone. Cz are becoming a little bit more ubiquitous in in pop music was like maybe i could do. This may be. Maybe we'll see. I just kind of cast that ideas side but my friend. Jeff certainly a sealed the deal a couple of years later. Was that also around the time that like sky was coming back to the horns and the i guess it's alternative scott. I don't know what you would think like mighty mighty boss owns and stuff like that. Probably when the ninety boston's getting their start. This would have been more along the lines of like george harrison's cloud nine when realizing that saxophone was you know getting back into popular culture or popular music is so kind of late eighties ish. Gotcha okay yeah doubt that makes sense. I i liked the fact that he just like forced you into playing music with him. Why was it the base just because he needed a bass player. And you're like yeah. I can figure this out. Yeah it was really that simple. He needed you know he had. He found a drummer. He had a a lead guitar player. He himself was writing lyrics and was playing. Some rhythm like really kind of like a the'real sort of like you know really cool rhythm guitar but then they just needed something to round out the rhythm section and he and i had been you know were friends for a couple of years and you know he just kind of took a look at me one day when i was playing shortstop and said hey do you want to be in a band and then you know we just got to talking on the bench when it was our turn to bat and okay whoa handling. Do we make this work so literally. After that one ballgame he approached my mom and dad and little did. I know that my my sort of musical fortune was about the change. You know because. I really didn't have much of an interest in getting involved too much with rock music right. I would've i would've. I felt like i would appreciate it later on but in terms of actually picking up a guitar. That's really where it began to me. That's really interesting. Because i don't know if i would ever have like the balls enough as a kid to be like. Hey first of all let me try to convince my friend to just pick up an instrument that he has no idea about but also convinced his parents to buy it for him. Yeah you gotta. Unique personality as opposed at. Jeff was somebody that you know. He was very. He was an extremely verbose person at the right times and he was very persuasive for sure. I can see that you make a hell of a salesman. I'm sure so when when you start playing with them you started out with base. And i assume you had a couple of different high school bands that you're into into in terms in. Yes yeah playing right. Yeah so this so this first band was. I think it was untitled. I think there were a couple of working. Names like red feet and the chairs just sort of relatively innocuous names but then later on about a year and a half later i joined a project called the generators and the generators was. Kinda this like psychedelic. Blues sorta band. I was still playing bass still playing that Tv fury base. But and i decided you know what i needed to add. You know something into my proverbial arsenal. So i decided to with my own money where i was working at an amusement park. Purchase a fender p bass. It was beautiful. it was sunburst. I loved it and that really that that particular sound from the p base really became lake. The right vehicle for that particular project called the generators. The generators was kind of a second blues thing with a little bit of bluegrass influence in there. So we were. We were covering songs by o neil young the grateful dead sonny boy williamson some traditional folk stuff to jimmy cliff. We really all over the place right because we were we were just like a bunch of hippies and then after that you know are are named the generators which was named after he was a shimmy auto biography or something like that. We decided to morph into tall g. Would which if you can appreciate allison wonderland. You know exactly where alice travels to the movie. Yeah would fit way better for the sound that you're doing because the generator. Sound almost like a fifties or sixties rock band or like a a first generation punk band. You would just think that it would have a little bit more rock and roll to it rather than like the psychedelic blues e aspect of it just from the name but i like i like the the name consciousness. Part of saying yeah. This is what we're doing and we should probably get like weird even with with that just like the reference in it. I like the idea. Yeah it's funny. We really practiced a lot in my basement. And you know kudos to my parents for putting up with us for the better part of two years and we. It was fun because we used to tape record all of our practices just so we got a sense of you know what we were doing where we were headed and all that good stuff and you know. We practiced for a couple of talent shows and variety shows. We you know we did a a really cool benefit show for four diamonds and it was fun like getting a chance to play for the student. Body is several hundred people and our very last gig before we kind of all went our separate ways by separate ways. We all decided that you know college was probably something that we would. We should really thoughtfully consider the last time we played it was it was. It was almost like we were attributing ourself. In some ways we covered jefferson airplane's white rabbit. Seis yeah and we had to supply lyrics ahead of time to make sure there were no you know vulgar words or anything like that and i really don't i really don't think that the principal read this leyritz very carefully or you know. Perhaps he. he forgot that's was.
"matt i" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"So your vices I've gotta find someone else to be the news. Exactly. Like an assistant producer or something you right or find a new medium for him to. quit and someone has to take my job. You can't quit and I'm so damaged. I've been there twenty five years. I, don't even understand someone is to remind me that any of it is there's a problem with any any of it. I'm just. have. Stockholm Syndrome. It's just like I. Don't see what the big deal is here folks. Half but fair. So it was that an adjustment I must have been an adjustment. Right? 'CAUSE CONAN is sometimes I marvel at. He really is like a dog with a bone. Once he's got something on you. He'll just keep Pamela. And it's it's funny. You have to give it up. It's funny I think it all started with house dressed, and so I've just never also had anybody who wasn't over seventy comment on how I dressed. As. A sort of like you know you go to Thanksgiving and grandma and be like well, you I don't like that shirt. Just. So blatant that rock and roll band. Yeah. That kind of thing. I was just so thrown for a few episodes. I just didn't say anything because I was I don't even know how to respond especially from someone who sometimes wearing a crocodile Dundee hat, right? And ironically yeah. Plastic teeth, I'd respect that. If they were real alligators. Good point you can see the plastic seem running around every single to. Very impressive. This feels good. So did you just start showing up naked to the so he couldn't go after your clinical. It's funny as I did start dressing down and I don't know if it was subconscious at first or did but I started. I went from whatever he thought I was just address kind of like I. Remember some Sweaters v Neck. Sweaters we'd see you in. Yeah, I'm sure. Yeah. I mean you could probably call me at that time like block or something, but he had turned me into like a tweed-wearing hipster. I don't know that fully understands what a a hipster is, but I went from. What I called like. Cia Dad like someone who's undercover and is trying to look like they could be at home at a PTA meeting or most inoffensive. Like on the Americans. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. He got his first foothold on the way you were dressed and then yes what does he have other specific riffs with you things? He's always going after that. What else does he think hipsters do? Well, he he gets on me about my tastes similar like they're very similar his like I have a phone that used to be owned by Eisenhower Presidential History Oh. He wouldn't let up about that but you know well, he's jealous. That's just jealous. Yes. Of course, he wants you to give up the phone that's not gonNA happen. Any. will now he'll try to trump you by buying a phone that. The first phone ever used in the white. House that it. Yeah. So now he goes after your interests in spite of them mirroring his own, and then sometimes there'll be a Glimmer of bonding over them, but does not enough now and then sometimes it'll level out but then it'll come back and you you just I'm always on my toes I'm finding or I'll get comfortable he will lo you into like comfort and that's that's when you can smell the blood. Yes. That's many strikes I've gotten lulled I've like when we're doing a five weeks of shows by the third day of the first week, you're like, okay, I'm. Back up I'm ready I've got my armor on but the first day back from a break totally hill come at you at full ribs. Yeah. We were supposed to take a few weeks off for the podcast right? Because it's quarantine I. Think he's got nothing really occupying his time and he just said Nope we're back to it next week it's twice a week now. We've we we had one every day this week and from what I thought was going to be a couple of weeks off to full bore recording and there was a moment where I went. Emotionally prepared for this. You need to up your therapy session I. Know You Mentally Thought you had a nice little a little break coming. Right? I thought I was going like I had a two week pass from East Berlin into Berlin. Instead, your break is doing a podcast with us. That's not cake it. That is so this. Is, this is feeling good but matt you. Okay. Just to get away from Conan for a second I'm sure we'll come back but you've been in the podcast game for a long time. I learned this about you that you started in like two thousand, six podcast that embarrassing see that's what he should be getting on me about why is that embarrassing? You're such an early adopter I didn't even know we had podcast in two, thousand six I had a blackberry. Listen I mean we had so few listeners. It was it was a little. Where did they go? I mean just how did they go onto the Internet? It was the the only way you could listen like on a website where the audio would be posted or apple I tunes podcast still existed, but there was no iphone or was that year, but it was still coming out. So you to download it on your desktop and then your ipod with it. That's why it gets podcast. ipod. Wow I loved it. Your involvement predated the iphone yes. Yes. That's quite a demarcation line. Here's how crazy it was. We even recorded our first episode not on a computer, but like a digital music, hard separate recording and I would pump it into my computer with analog wires like there is an analog component to our podcast. Recording onto vinyl. Basically I was the Jack White of podcasts. Okay. Now you I know I think you are a hipster. I know, but it was by necessity 'cause I. Didn't have the software not the not the aesthetics I swear it's like you and Jimmy. Pardo. Were the only two people podcast I know that's true. Yeah. About. It's called Superego and in one form or another it's still going because we would take these long breaks and it's purely. Improvised character comedy that then I would edit down to really tight things and give it like high production value. So it seemed like you know they're like three to five minute sketches. Longer improv recordings of just people with kind of. Whatever, we call it like personality disorders but that was the basic idea. But then it just kept going throughout the years and we still do it and used to do live shows before the world went inside. Right then you do a reunion show last year tour we did do it. Yeah. That's right. We did a little mini tour on the on the Pacific northwest Yes right I remember is falling it on instagram. Yeah and you've been doing Improv a long time to right? Yes. Since high school. Oh my God I used to be on this thing called Comedy Sports, which which is like a varsity heard comedies. Yeah. It's not a sport. No be clear. And sometimes it's not comedy and you grew up in southern. California. So did you get school credit for doing that in high school? That's a good cushion. No, not technically, but it was part of theatre class kind of right. Yeah. I'm guessing you always wanted to be doing what you're doing in some form or another digit where your parents or maybe I'm wrong about that. But where your parents supportive of your show Biz, aspirations were I I wanted to be an animator more than anything until I kind of got to high school and started doing. Improv. But even then I went to college to study graphic design and then quickly switched to set design and. Performance and so I went through a lot of little ringers but yeah I. Still these days don't know what I WANNA do I don't know. If I'm doing this as a career or what this is, but I think I just going to keep this going until retirement age and then pack it in. Well, I mean you literally can fall into things like you know you're just talking about the evolving. phone-in podcast so which you weren't thinking of going into it and now no, I do love though I mean the fact that you did both Improv and podcasting before anybody else it's like there should be a statue erected view for white then everywhere. Yeah definitely replace Robert e Lee with a podcast or a white male podcast. Now's the time..
"matt i" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"We would definitely a burning both into early on in our career at A. At the city loves us for. Burning on both ends funny I got that right there. It was not intentional. You cut it I see. Matt Barnes is joining us. Former NBA player Co host of the all the smoke podcast, which is where some of these great stories have seen the public light. Tell us a little bit about what you've got going on in Las. Vegas it starting here just in a couple of days four days July, Nineteen th through the twenty nineth at the Orleans Hotel I mentioned some of the names involved. What is the other five tournament pro? Basketball Invitational basically at three on three style tournament, and it's revisiting rivalries of the past, so we have players that played for particular franchises such as Miami. Heat New York. Knicks Chicago Bulls Sacramento. Kings in his team for Texas. Which makes up US Spurs Dallas and the rockets, and all guys, formally for these franchises at one point, and it's it's just giving you guys a chance to revisit the rivalry, and and catching up and and played against each other, and and really give you know the country something else to to do. Become Fan, obviously a very stressful You know handful of months. And I think this basketball will. We don't bring a little bit of You know joy to people's life even if it's only four time. So, so you mentioned. They're revisiting some of the great rivalries that we've seen in in the NBA. How do you fit into that conversation here because we talked? But you mentioned clippers and Lakers. Yeah I being from Sacramento I'm actually the commentator for the Sacramento team now so you know former player Mike Bibby, and there's some other guys. On that team as well, but I'm just commentating I'm I've been approached. Play the big three, and come back to the NBA a couple times and playing this possibly, but you know my mind is passed that my body is past that focused on life after basketball, but I just thought it was a great opportunities to come support You know the tournament and and you know. Get Out of the House. I like see. I would have thought that you know you probably. Do you still have the Itch at all? You just said your mind your body your past playing. No! I, don't you know? Luckily I was fortunate to play fourteen years and got out on my terms. And I don't I. Coach I can talk about it. You know worked my kids out almost daily. I have no. It's personally to to play anymore..
"matt i" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there. WHO's the running? Are you thinking about going out shortly? Or perhaps you're already sat good to go or very. Possibly you are running right this minute. Well, that means it's my responsibility to keep you going, and you are in the right place. This is run pods and I am Jenni Falconer and we will chat about the feel-good of running and the game as you will newer if you've listened before is. is to motivate to inspire and ultimately to remind you that running his great, and there are so many reasons to keep on going and someone who is here with me to chat. What running means to him is television presenter and fellow PODCAST DR on friend of mine, its Matt, Johnston Halloo highs it thanks for having me well. Thank you very much for coming. Do you know I? Haven't seen you for so long. I feel. We need to do a big catch up, but it's everything good. Everything is okay. Considering this is obviously a recorded during the end part may be of lockdown, so I mean the new normal, or whatever that is is is actually working out. Fine I feel like I, ve kept on top of work, etc and. Personally during his time, I've kind of realized. What's actually really important to me? which has been lovely? Okay and it is in the important stuff. Have you been looking after yourself as well? Have you seen the kind of light being healthy and being fit and being active is kind of up there as a priority absolutely. For a while now I've I've heard of a problem. And interestingly they will talk about running in the second, but I've kind of neglected Self K.. I've put all my eggs into my work baskets and for the last two years. I've definitely not that exercises. I wanted so during lockdown. Obviously, we've had plenty of time to do. This I've been on so many walks. I saw it running again. Actually some spring training which I haven't done. Twenty or Twenty years I used to be big into my sprinting when I was younger with Lettuce Club. Rugby football, especially, it's handy to be fast, so I really have. been given the up slow down, but at the same time realize what works for me when it comes to keep fresh of mind and body, as amazing isn't I think lockdown when we look back will be at what an amazing opportunity that was to just really get fair and be healthy I mean a lot of people. The first month of kind of were doing all role. You said you were working loads. I was definitely being a lot lazier eating the wrong foods, maybe having a glass of wine far too often quickly. You realize that actually this is the one chance you get to do something and make a difference. It's you have any interruptions from side really. Is really interesting because when it first happened, I threw myself into mental health awareness, which is a huge part of my life. Now I threw myself into life. INSTAGRAM's that. Kind of opened up. A normal conversation normalized the conversation around mental health, introducing paper about with therapy I started a a new website, which was a easy accessible free service to find mental health experts like. Meditation experts wanted to find therapists in life coach..
"matt i" Discussed on Talking Points
"Thirteen high travel the world on fifty dollars and That's an thirty dishing right now. And you had Several other books since right. What's your most? Recent book is called ten years. Nomad I. It's about my ten years backpacking between two thousand six and when site moved to Texas in two thousand sixteen and so just covers. covers the emotional journey of an round the world trip. You know I think now with the stock market crashing. There's so many similarities. I'm seeing to OA when I was working at Morgan Stanley. Which was a pretty depressing time and I sort of bogged in two thousand ten and Quinn Twenty. Eleven and you know What would you say to someone today? Who is like you know what I've had it like? I WANNA take a gap year or is it as easy as it was when you did it. You know thirteen years ago. I mean I think it's the easiest time travel in fact. I think it's in some ways to easy because you go into hassles and everyone's on their phone in there watching their netflixing like you know these kids don't know you know I. He sustained hostels. That had no WI FI or computers. And you know you know smartphones and he walked with hostile hostile. Do you have attempt to look back on those as to good old days for me. Those are the guys that but if you talk to someone challenge before me. They'll tell me I had it really e- easy and they'll look back. We all look back in the days But I think given the rise of points Budget Airlines I mean you can take are easier to Hawaii now Given the the whole growth is sharing economy. I and the just the sheer volume of information. You can find on the Internet as well as the APPS in the Google maps inside Israel. Easy to just go find information Find ways to save money and get cheap flights and accommodation. And you know now like I'm in Paris I don't have a lot of money. What can I do for free? You You Google. That a hundred thousand websites. We'll tell you all the things to do so much information. Yeah now one of the you know. There's a ton of other travel bloggers and people in the travel space and you are a true leader in the space and what two years ago three years ago? You launched travel. Khan tell us a little bit about why you did that. And what it is a job at a media conference that so like professional development for media travel industry and I mean that like rather than blogger journalist or a podcast or or photographer. I wanted something that was similar to how doctors and lawyers nurses and teachers all have like professional development. The GO SOMEWHERE THEY LEARN. Haida be better than their career. It gets trying to forget We don't really have that in the travel space. There's a lot of media conferences but none that's like education right whereas like okay. You're the boss right. You send your journalists to go to these writing workshops so they can develop their writing skills and you know accountants like continuing education or whatever We don't really have that and so I want something that really focused on certain business of travel that top people practical skills to advance their career. Not just how to get like free press chips you'll get drunk and kill started wordpress. Karnal tea is rex. Tillerson T. Backs is still a thing. they are in also Louisiana. This year You know they've been around for a while and I think you know when the G. becks is a competitor. I think there's room for everybody I think one of the things that I always feel. They missed the boat on parties and why I created Travel Congress. They really start to appeal to people who had been in for a really long time. So people stop coming back. And that's really where I wanted from travel con with something that would appeal to me. You know Scott ever really impressive list of people that go. Yeah and I also wanted to bring tea party to at his house to bring in people outside of the travel space so we're not just learning from each other. We're learning from experts in other industries who could impart wisdom that we can apply into shop space in order. I love actually saint from your travel condom Boston which I wasn't able to go to but I followed voraciously on social media like the diversity to that you had stayed. I want to commend you for that. Like there's so many diverse voices and travel and I just love Dat. That's obviously important to you. And the conference in mega very conscious effort that every time I look at the speaker lists if it looks a little too one way satellite go diversify it travel is I mean that travel is international to it. You know. It's there is such thing as a trout. There's no one travel blogger type. Speaking of I mean I know you've got a lot of friends in the industry. Who Do you think in? Twenty twenty s creating quality travel blogging content in not just blogging. Obviously another so many different channels but you know for people listening who wanted like follow some of the more indie writers were really rising investing in their content You know selling is not like who's been around for a while but I really like is Kristin Addis be my travel news. I think she creates a lot of really awesome off the path So a female travel content Alexander Lan is also great I take Someone I really like On instagram I follow allies. Rene roaming I like her feet a lot. Wondering early WHO's been around forever He's also really just still backpacking too offbeat destinations. I like Gloria. A Tanto glow graph. Like her her stuff that I met her in Greece years ago. We had a fun night out but just like the inspirational stuff. And she's living her life and she is like you know. I just love seeing the hustle like yeah. He's all entrepreneurs finding their own niche speaking to an audience. You don't need to have five million instagram followers to have an impact you know and I think like across the industry. There's just a lot of Glows Grey or Necas Gray. New Year's Day he's one someone I liked. That's coming up is Hey Kiara C. I. A. R. Probably put your that name But she's speaker this year travel collins. you know. So if you travel hustling You know and One caller is like really showcasing. That like it's not just like a white industry You know I think too many like the. Oh Jeez our you know western white people and I think it's as important to bring diversity moistens because travel itself is all about learning from people like yourself awesome. I could talk to you all day. I know we have to wrap up. But let's just talk about. I- philanthropic efforts because to those who are given the opportunity to have such a platform. I think it's so important to look beyond you know. Just what yes. We help people travel but like there's also a broader population of people that we need to be You know giving back to and and to those of us who have been given so much in the ability to see this world which most people were never get a chance to tell me about your philanthropic efforts because I know you're so passionate about them. Yeah we have a community charity called flight. The fund isn't for learning and youth travel education. Fight is less of a mouthful But it Gives GRANTS OUT TO High School and the states So busy funds like an educational trip so teachers apply and they are like. I wanted to take my science class to learn about the rain. Forests of Costa Rica Sorta we fund those trips For communities that Have a lot of low income students and kids that are on like title nine school lunches? You know You know just communities that just don't have the ability how do you source these communities? And so we have a board and they go through the applications and then there's a final three and then kind of vote on them I kind of go along with what the board wants. Accents are more involved in the day to day. But you know the goal. This just get kids who I mean. Most of the kids don't have passports. Their parents don't have passports when things you don't really think about lug it right. We we ran the trip From these kids from Atlanta and they showed up and trash bags didn't have luggage and you're like Oh yeah like yeah like you just think yeah you put in your luggage like I don't have nuggets. 'cause I've they've never been on a trip so we had we not luggage for the kids if they don't have it be y'all think of something that small for you because we've been so privileged like my parents have piles of suitcases. They don't use And so little things like that. Go along long way and you know these. We have a a community Effort like they have to give back in some way on their chips and there's always like volunteer aspect to every trip however cleaning other local students. Kids you know the right by and know about this You know I. I think I have it bad. And and they sort of gaining perspective. We had these kids From Role Montana Real Montana Go to Guatemala El either parents didn't want them to you. Know go to Mexico Or worried about that when I look at the government says Oh gang violence and you get to actual Guatemala in. Of course he's GonNa be bad areas everywhere and you realize how unbelievable of Guatemala is and so beautiful and he's such a shame that it gets you know people have this mindset of Central America as dangerous right and and these kids are coming from a really rural place and Montana who parents and community like his like Mexico. And there's you know coming you know there's all this violence and and they got kids go there and like you know it's not what you see on the news I I realized I come from a real progress plates but then like you see people without running water. Wow It gives a lot of perspective and now they come back and can tell their community like. Hey what you see on the news. It's not it's not what Guatemalans really like and so doing that when people are trying to put a physical walls. I China knockdown them. That's amazing on that note. We'd like to at points guy. We all we believe in Inspiring the world travel because it makes us a better place and not everyone has points or the means so we'd like to make a five thousand dollar donation to flight what how reports for being a leader in the space and example And it really has been a pleasure to have you on the podcast. Thanks for having Maine. Thanks for you for your explanation. We are about to announce our next school Actually by the time this comes out it will have be announced so where Extending a a group of students from outside of New Orleans to Puerto Rico amazing. We love the rebel. So they're going in July ish depending on your throwing virus stuff. So they'll be going. We'll be going. I just krona virus and I didn't even ask you so I you know no one knows any runners. We're GONNA on a positive note. The great work that you're doing everyone if you don't already follow pneumatic. Matt's at nomadic Mac on social nomadic Matt Dot Com by his books by Matt..
"matt i" Discussed on Talking Points
"Welcome to the sort of talking points. I'm your host frying Kelly and two day. We're talking to one of the old. She travel bloggers. Don't believe me while if you google how to become a full time travel blogger. His website is the number one search result. Which tells you he's source anyway. We've got pneumatic maths. Aka Matthew kept nece here with us today to discuss all things travel the travel lifestyle and something. I'm not an expert. At budget trump matt. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me I. I think I think it'd be interesting watching you in the hostile. You know my first time in a hospital. First and last actually. I've stayed in hostels twice when I was in college. We went to a Ireland. Right around Saint Patrick's Day for spring break. We had found two hundred fifty dollar airfare from Pittsburgh Tha Dublin and we stayed at it was actually decent hostile in Dublin. It was like a party. Hostile right near What's what's The neighborhood all. We're all the bars every bar. Temple Bar My bad hostile experience was in Paris at the peace and love hospice. Hostel Actually passed it recently when I was traveling through the Ariza. Oh my it's a bus in the past and I had a very Thursday they're eight and in eastern European was the three of us in this room and There was some language barriers and Some body odor barriers as well and and of course. Needless say I did not pass. The shower did not pass. Tvd shower tests. I think I had to contorts myself but yeah I mean they're small for me. Sometimes Mike Half Your size so matt you've been in the travel game for a long time. We're going to get into your story how you got but do you still. You're successful. You run a great website. Nomadic MATT DOT COM. Do you still stay in. Hostels all the time I say private runs now. I'm not doing dorms. But I love hostels you know I just. I traveled to meet people. And if I'm not traveling for work I like to be around other travelers so I find awesome the private room and I stay there and even if I am just there for a couple of days and I don't really get to interact with them as much as possible. I like the energy and the vibe and just kind of makes me feel a lot better than just being alone in a hotel room. So what what are the best ways to research hostels? 'cause there's obviously varying hostels right. There's like Roach just like there are hotels are crummy hotels and an awesome hostels. Like what are the tips on finding a really fun quality hostile? I always look at the reviews on hostile world Because travellers tens day a lot of hospitals so the average review is usually pretty accurate. I I like hostels with But organized tours and activities to me. That's a key component. You have a lot of hostels. These days like generator. Saint Christopher's even Free and that are just sort of like hotels for backpackers that four hundred rooms Tour groups go in there. They'll really organiz activities in hospitals all about the community and the atmosphere creates. And so I. I think it's important to find a hostile that we host lots of events. We take you out. We show you around. You know we we get people to interact with each other. What how much hostels go for these days like? I guess it depends obviously where you're going so let's just start with Europe. You're in Paris like what is a a decent you know. Explain to me. How hostile pricing works? Because frankly it's been over a decade. Yeah obviously the the cheaper ones are dirtier and thoughts out our bed or bedbugs. Real big deal with hostels. I mean they are at fancy hotels as well so I'm sure. But is it a real issue on hostile communicate? It's less common than you think because Hostels are hyper aware of it. And so they're always cleaning beds and they're always Taking precautions against it. Obviously the the crappier the hassle bus they care but is such a cute issue that all the good houses are really focused on minimizing that and in the twelve years. Now where are we in? Fourteen years the backpacking in hassles. I've only seen bedbugs once and it was in a hostel in Cambodia But you know I'm pricing. Your average dorm in Europe is highly twenty euros for like something. That's like twelve beds and then the smaller you get. It can go up to thirty thirty five euros. Especially if it's a popular hostile and the city like When my favorite hostels define Pagan Amsterdam and now it's like thirty five dollars a night to stay there. It's really expensive So expensive for dorm room. Yeah a private room is usually around eighty To one hundred euros which at that price it. It's not you can get a hotel or an AIRBNB. That's about the same thing so usually i. I say they're simply because I want the community. Yeah it's less about the price more depending on. I think there's a stereotype about hostels. It's young backpackers wild single to people. Do couple say hostels to like. I've seen couples. I've seen people that are my grandparents AIDS. I I you see everybody in between just like there's a hotel everybody there's a hostile forever by the there are definitely Cardi hassles that catered to the eighteen year olds. Who just want us to get drunk? But there are hostels for tour groups School groups people who just want cycle families So you know that's one of the things you look for in the reviews ways demographic of of most of us will come on and say and they're like description like come here. Just get drunk. You know like skip. Yeah tell me. Your your wildest family friendly this is a family. Friendly podcast Hostile Eddie like really crazy stories or super interesting. I got one so Kirstin from the blonde broad and I were in Barcelona. I made her stay in a hostel and It's I have. I've never named the hostile but it's a well known party one and so we got a dorm room. And there's these Brazilian guys in there and yet they're just getting drunk all the time and our last night there. I got woken up by this giant. Knock on the door and nobody was answering so I finally woke up and answered it when the Brazilian guys who was like a private room or we were in a dorm. Oh six bed. Dorm Room I met her debuted on the door at night. Will they lock you out of your key? You have key So we have gone skeet so I let him in and I go back bays like sorry. Sorry sorry not smell like. Why is the smell wise? It smells like Shit. Oh and I come to realize. Oh that's because they're shit on my hand and then I turned on the light and I realized the L. A. doorknob. Oh the Brazilian guy had shit himself in his bed ran to the bathroom leaving a trail. Oh must have wiped off because there is on the hand knob and then locked himself out and I had been the fortunate one to answer the door the only other people who was Nikkei Stan Two girls and the guidance friend so one of those imagine the screams of one of the girls had opened the thing he looks at me and he's like it wasn't make now's like who else could it be. It was Kirstin and encouraged him. We love you and he's like I just. I was like the trailers right to your bed so I go wash my hands you know. I watched the DOORKNOB. I washed my hands twenty thousand times. You change rooms at this point. I mean we're getting like two hours but will when I got back to the dorm were you able to go back to bed No but when I got back to the dorm his bed was in the hallway and he had wiped up the floor but he was sleeping on a mattress and to this day. I cannot figure out where that matches came from because all the germs are locked but he managed to find the mattress. It's wasn't my mattress. Something tells me this might not have been his first time pulling the style so when we wake up and I tell Carson the story. She's like no way that happened. No Way and like there's no transcendent. Wake up from the smell in the room. He wiped it up pretty fast but so all the all of us have curtains so I had grabbed the carton with my like poop covered hand and there were like Poop streaks. I was like Oh here. Here's the proof and seed as like we have to get out of the hospital today and we actually went to the w after that point extreme at WSB pretty Nice Yeah Matt. You're selling me on hostels up until that story but No I'm sure I'm I'm not a SNOB. Wa I mean. I'm a SNOB. Because you know I have to stay nice hotels for work but But I know I know a lot of friends who do hostels and it makes sense like especially if you're GONNA go out and explore city like why waste so much money if you're on a limited budget on a bed when you can go out and spend it on experiencing life and everything so I totally. I'm not dissing really really nice like luxury. Hospitals that are basically just being B.'s You Know Martin Fixings He. Oh Great. Shower is private bathrooms. I mean Busy his Mama's shelter like just one notch above a haas. Is it like it's a hotel right? But it's kind of like a communal hotel like have you ever stated a Mama shelter. I know that name Cohen like I don't Istanbul. They're always have rooftops and community and it's generally cheaper hotels party vibe. I always feel like it's like could be like a a cross between. There's there's a lot like hostels have really got a lot nicer over. The years as more millennials have traveled answered demanded. Better Amenities allowed the dorms. Now if it's new Hasso a are basically Japanese pods like he have like a carton for privacy. There's a light A power outlet. So like you're Kinda in closed off from people and let's talk about points to any hostile chains offer points like hotels new. I wish if I could do anything. To the hostile world it would to create like a hostile alliance for criminally big global chains and discreet. So loyalty programs. Well let's get into your and I know we start to talk about your whole background but let's just say so you yourself have created a hostile austen. Yes yes so. What made you let tell it. How did you tell us all about your dad venture and what you've learned I joined it With the friend my who owned a hostile in New York and then when he moved to awesome he wanted to have on there. I was like I want a hostile to things like a cool experience So as I won't let you start one without me until we went in together and it's been an interesting experience What's the name? H Austin H chaos. What is H K offer? I it's a really small hostile. We only have six beds. And so it's really. We hosts alive events going back to like building that community because there's a bunch of hospitals in town now especially the city has really expanded Better really bigs hostels. You have hundreds of beds and we just have sixteen So it's really small like you coming there for the community And we go out on the weekends and such It's an old. You live in the same building because you live in Austin or you go back and forth the I I live fulltime in Austin Al But I live a few streets value both My Business Partner Productivity Dictator also live on site as well. Yeah you Never WanNa do that It's interesting I love the the experience I think if I average dudes again I would do a much bigger hostile. You really make money on the beds. I and I think I would want to do it. More be in bareilly lived on property was. Do you like the mat like she. I'm sure you have a full-time manager. Took stuff. Do you like going into ever work the front desk or like no. I usually just come to be just the. Yeah the smart man when it's Time D. like host barbecues and Pub Crawls Papa Gooda Yeah So Matt not only. Do you have your own hostile. Really Popular Website You're also A bestselling author..
"matt i" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Hanging out with you. I've got a the Matt Style in the studio. How are you buddy? But I'm doing great. Yeah Great Yeah Kinda sad day here in I now lay but other than that. Yeah you I wish this was a television show. You could see how devilish good-looking Matt Is. You're also quite tall. This is true like what six five six seven six seven. Yeah wow okay so I mean. Did you play basketball. GRONER did play basketball. Did yeah that was my. That was my first love and then uh that dream was was euthanized by a Joe Johnson. One time in a pro. Emily Guy. That's when I first learned that that I was not going to the league. I mean did you grow up a Black Mamba Fan man I did. I mean Kobe was You know see. Kobe was back then. We had you know whatever those games would be on. NBC on the on the Sunday games. Or whatever and those those laker teams were they were just such a national thing. I grew up watching Kobe. And he was the guy and You know he's meant so much to the game Since then you know since his prime it was just a the figure this larger than life and You know what a what would devastating news you know for basketball fans just for you know. People grew up with him in their lives. Yeah in the INTRO. As saying you know my fiance like what she took away from it was. Don't forget to tell your friends and loved ones like how much they mean to you because you never know how much time you got and I thought that was kind of apropos. But I don't WanNa do did did a lot of this this kind of Co talk yesterday. At the grammys and I want us as much as I want to celebrate. Koby I WANNA celebrate your career as well so what's kind of pivot away from that. I want to talk about prayed for you for a second sure can we. I play a clip of it. Just sort of the VIBE The one.
"matt i" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Hanging out with you. I've got a the Matt Style in the studio. How are you buddy? But I'm doing great. Yeah Great Yeah Kinda sad day here in I now lay but other than that. Yeah you I wish this was a television show. You could see how devilish good looking at is. You're also quite tall. This is true like what six five six seven six seven. Yeah wow okay so I mean. Did you play basketball. GRONER did play basketball. Did yeah that was my. That was my first love and then uh that dream was was euthanized by a Joe Johnson. One time in a pro. Emily Guy. That's when I first learned that that I was not going to the league. I mean did you grow up a Black Mamba Fan man I did. I mean Kobe was You know see. Kobe was back then. We had you know whatever those games would be on. NBC on the on the Sunday games. Or whatever and those those laker teams were they were just such a national thing. I grew up watching Kobe. And he was the guy and You know he's meant so much to the game Since then you know since his prime it was just a the figure this larger than life and You know what a what would devastating news you know for basketball fans just for you know. People grew up with him in their lives. Yeah in the INTRO. As saying you know my fiance like what she took away from it was. Don't forget to tell your friends and loved ones like how much they mean to you because you never know how much time you got and I thought that was kind of apropos. But I don't WanNa do 'cause I did did a lot of this this kind of Co talk yesterday at the grammys and I want us as much as I want to celebrate. Koby I WANNA celebrate your career as well so what's kind of pivot away from that. I want to talk about prayed for you for a second sure can we. I play a clip of it. Just sort of the VIBE The over.