35 Burst results for "Mckinnon"
Avalanche top Blue Jackets 5-1 to sweep Finland series
"The avalanche earned a 5 to one win over the blue jackets to sweep their two game series in Finland Finnish born arturi lechon and scored 33 seconds into the game Nathan McKinnon set up the goal and finished with three assists giving him 7 in the two game set Morgan count broke one to one tie 82 seconds into the second period Logan O'Connor and devonta has made it four to one by scoring 38 seconds apart in the middle period Alex newhook also scored in kale mccart collected three assists Boone Jenner accounted for the Columbus scoring with a first period goal I'm Jane ferry
AP source: MacKinnon signs 8-year deal, highest paid in NHL
"Nathan McKinnon's next athletic move is finding additional room in his wallet The avalanche Tuesday announced their 27 year old star center has agreed to an 8 year contract extension that will keep him with the team through the 2030 31 season According to multiple sources the deal will total $100.8 million making him the highest paid player in the National Hockey League The team leader in points per game McKinnon helped the abs to their first Stanley Cup title in 21 years last season Bruce Morton Denver
Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon
"My uniform that day was just leather shoes my polyester pants the belt the short sleeve button up shirt Name tag and access badge And before the moment of impact I'm in a 72° hallway and immediately after impact I am blown across the quarter set ablaze most of my pants and most of my shirt gone as I struggle to survive I came to that moment that I came to the recognition that I was no longer struggling to survive but it was in fact this is how the lord's calling me into eternity And I did what we in the military are never trying to do and that surrender quit give up collapse the floor and wait to die Thought about melon mat that morning my wife and my son that that morning when I said goodbye just like you know there were in fact Mel and I got the opportunity to meet the widow of the one Secret Service agent that was killed at the World Trade Center that was doing the I guess the pre work that is normally done for presidential and that that was that morning was the last I was going to speak to them until they joined me in eternity and by the large grace that's not what happened I did not decease I did survive the reform in Bill McKinnon Roy Wallace John Davies and carton on block that came out of a B ring door to be ring is the next innermost ring of The Pentagon the 5 rings 8 to E B is the second inside ring And they came out of that door came across me and I'd staggered about 25 30 yards in the condition of being skinned alive There's chunks hanging off of me my face has already beginning to swell shut just like the rocky in the first rocky movie my eyes are already beginning to swell shut but
Justice Dept.: 3 men charged in Whitey Bulger's killing
"Three men including a mafia hitman have been charged in a killing of notorious Boston crime boss James whitey bulger in the West Virginia prison I Norman hall the Justice Department says charges were filed against folios Freddie G us Paul de caldero and Sean McKinnon They come nearly four years after bulger's killing Bulger was beaten to death at USP Hazleton in October 2018 hours after he was transferred from a prison in Florida He had been serving a life sentence there for 11 murders and other crimes Bulger who ran the largely Irish mob in the 1970s and 80s served as an FBI informant He later became one of the nation's most wanted fugitives and was on the run for 16 years I Norman hall
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"The greatest experience you can have. So now it's time for the final segment of the show. It's called the laughing round. It is like a lightning round, but because this is a comedy podcast, I call it a laughing round. Okay. So shorter questions, I think they will be easier. Do you have a favorite joke joke? Street joke, dad joke, knock knock joke, or any joke you think of when I ask you, do you know any jokes? My favorite joke is a Sarah Silverman joke that she did in a stand up special, a while ago. She was telling about a guy dunking his balls in a glass of water. And then floating, and that's how she knew that his balls were a witch. That is my favorite joke of all time and will always be my favorite joke. It is such an unexpected logical leap. And to say that his balls plural were a witch is just beautiful writing. Is there a character or sketch that you wish you could steal a thing that happened in any time the history of sketch, or character, comedy that you were like, I wish that was mine. I wish I got to be that person. I got wish I wish I created it. I wish I got to perform that person. Mary Kevin Gallagher. Final answer. Yeah. Do you have a short story of an interaction with a famous comedian living or dead that you would be willing to share with us? Famous comedian. Or comedy maker of any sort. No, I can only think of stories about 80 grand. Sure. She's a famous comedian. She's a legend. She is. What's at 80 Brian's story you're willing to share. You're comfortable sharing. If it's a story, and there's another person, I think it counts. We shared an office for many years, and this one time I was eating a scone. And I was like, I'm done. I'm done with this scone, and I had about half of it left. And I put it in the garbage. And then an hour went by 80 came in, we checked in, we talked about our lives, and I was hungry again, so I reached into the garbage and pulled out the scone. And she was like, that's my friend. Sewn on plus. Just and I can think of countless times when we did little things that might horrify someone else, but we're just completely. Understandable for the other. And that's friendship. Do you have any advice for an aspiring comedian or comedy maker? Oh, okay, yeah, I have advice for aspiring comedians for sure. And my advice would be to just perform as much as humanly possible. In any context, doing anything that you wouldn't later regret putting on the Internet. That should be said. But like, I know that I. When I was coming up, I was like part of the UCB community and I did a bunch of one woman shows there, but I was also on sketch teams and I did people were making videos every weekend and I sort of fell in with that community and performed what I'm assuming amounted to about 10,000 hours. As Malcolm gladwell recommends and I think you do need that in order to. Figure out who you are and what you want to say. Yeah. There's no shortcut. You just have to. Spend so much time performing in the sketchiest places. Is there a sketch from your time at the show? I'm sure there is that you thought was so funny, maybe you tried multiple times, maybe when you pictured once who knows how far it got, you're like, this sketch is so funny and you tried it, and at some point, it did not work, but you will go to your grave, still being like, they were wrong. That was a good idea. I have one that I can't say because if I ever host, I'm trying it you guys. But there was a year my life at SNL when I tried every other week. To play us Scottish person. I tried in every possible permutation you could think of. I tried to be a magical troll that was Scottish, I tried to be the prime minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, I tried to be random. I and you're not, you know, if something doesn't go well at the table, the unwritten rules that you gotta wait until it's fresh again in people's minds. I could not wait. I had to try again, and I think everyone at the end of the year was ready to do some kind of intervention with me and be like, Kate. The Scottish thing. For whatever reason, it's not working. And you need to let it go. What was it? About it. I don't know. I think the voice might have been just too far outside the realm of relatability, to be funny to people. Or maybe it was just more funny to me because I am a Scottish descent. I know plenty of Scots and I it was
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Michael Taylor. Great to see you. When I say I do not, you say recall, I do not. I do not. Thank you. That's great. Now that's a recall in response, column. That's right. My catch phrase. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I noticed he said that a lot during testimony. Do you really not remember meeting with George papadopoulos about Russia? Well, you know, Colin, I've had some memory problems stemming from a childhood trauma. A childhood trauma. What was that? Oh, the person of the Civil Rights Act. Like, how did you approach those? How did you make sure not having a point, but into much as these are satirical piratical characters that you are have the angle of what you're trying to communicate them is clear, while also being funny, large characters. Chefs. Or Lindsey Graham, either option. Or another political chasing person. I guess, you know, I definitely wanted to use the platform of SNL to talk about what was mugging me and what I thought of as hypocrisy. But also, if you're acting, you have to like be compassionate, you have to be filled with a compassion and understanding. And that made it a particularly interesting challenge. All right, there you go. It is August. We're kind of getting to the point in where I imagine usually at August, you're now like, oh, it's August, and now I'm going to do commercial parody suit. How are you feeling right now? That you're not doing that. It hasn't quite sunk in, yet, that I won't be popping back into the office soon. I'm certainly excited for what the rest of my life will entail, and happy to have the opportunity to find out. And happy to be going to bed at midnight. So happy. Yeah. I feel really healthy and really good. I'm wearing my retainer. Again, I'm taking vitamins for the first time. You know, these are like really good. Experiences. And I know that I will forever miss it and especially the people. Yeah. Just the greatest people. And an absolute family of people. But I'm also excited to join new families and. Explore other parts of myself. I mean, I think that as you could maybe tell from listening to this interview, I also have like, I have sadness. I have joy, and I have sadness and maybe I'll see if I can do something with that or I don't know. I don't know. Yeah, I'm wondering 'cause it's like you've been doing sketch professionally you're almost essentially your entire adult life. And then you've been doing it as also as a kid and you're doing comedy. And you've done other roles, but it seems like characters are so part of it. Creatively, what do you hope to explore? And what do you think you will, it's sort of like, what part of your SNL acting career do you feel like will be there, what parts do you think will be able to expand? You mentioned being able to play sadness, is that do you feel like you can, what does it look like? What do you hope it looked like without being like name every project you plan on doing for the next two years? Well, I would love, I never want to stop playing characters. I love care. That's like my whole life. I love people. I love finding out what is inside them and putting that on display. I just am in love with people and characters. And so I never want to stop doing that. But, you know, there is sort of a limitation in sketch in that the characters can never grow and learn. And that's something to explore. I've heard you talk about, you know, you've done this work out of desire to share and connect. When you think back to show, do you have a moment when you felt most connected to the audience? I will share two moments when I felt most connected one was after Hillary had lost that the cold open was me playing hallelujah on the piano. I felt that, for the people, for whom that was a tragic event, I felt very connected. In a very real way. And then I also felt. I felt really connected that first time when I did the alien abduction sketch. In a different completely different experience, people are laughing instead of crying, and yet the same recognition of like, we're all in this together, guys. Let's see what, you know, we all feel the same way about something that I think is the most amazing thing about sketch as opposed to stand up. And as opposed to any sort of filmed. Long form piece, like a movie or whatever. Sketches like, I always thought of it as like, you observe something, and it's like a show and tell. You show the audience this thing that delighted you about human behavior. And you're laughing at it, they're laughing at it. And then you are bonded with them because you both know that you both feel the same way about this thing.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"That's shovel clerk cable. And then we're more opium. You girls. No, we don't. Is that a thing that happens? Well, sweetheart, with opium, you're never really no. How do you do work together, sort of make it your own and make it sort of what it became, which is one of my favorite of your characters. Oh, thanks. That was Anna and suti green. And. Anna had the idea and I just like pulled out one of my old lady voices and I just thought it was a genius idea and pitched on it and that was that. You played a lot of old lady, wonderful. I do, I do. A recent one, the dream house cousin sketch where you play the mother in law. It's one of my favorite performances. And as this season, I was just like, this is somehow he found a new shade of an old lady, but I thought it was really. What do you like about it? It's interesting. Even in my middle school theater career, I was playing old ladies. I guess old ladies are divorced from. Convention in a way that makes it just more fun to do their divorced from the expectations of women in our culture, you can be anything you want to be. When you're an old lady and you can be as kooky as you want to be. And so I naturally gravitated toward that as a platform for saying the darndest things. That makes sense. So I wanted to ask about the impressions and how are they, how would you approach an impression? Opposed to a character, how did you sort of lock in? How did you find who the person was? To use an example, let's say Hillary, right? So Hillary had been done on the show twice. You're using the same source material for the most part. Good evening.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"We can talk about the structure and the chordal progressions, but the bottom line is we just wanted to find songs which we could really empathize with. And lizzo. Y'all ever do this with other artists. This is so fun. Subscribe to switch on pop for free wherever you get podcasts. Now back to Kane McKinnon. I want to use most of the rest of the time to sort of encapsulate some of those last years. And just name characters or impressions you did. And like just talk about coming up with them, what do you liked about them? A very short version of the thing that we just did that hopefully will be a little bit easier. So. As we're talking about 80, what to you is the sort of definitive view in 80 sketch. Oh gosh. Is it that a young boys? Is it home goods? Is it? It began it began earlier than that. I forget what was like the first one that the two of us, it was just like the two of us talking. It was definitely written by Anna Dresden and Alison Gates, and I forget exactly what it was, but we didn't know. I mean, we'd been like insanely close for years, but had never thought to just basically put ourselves on home base to have the audacity to do that. And it just was so fun, and there was such I think, you know, I hope you can feel the love between us that is genuine, and that genuine just free zone and joy of being together on stage, I think, is what made those sing and made us just want to then make a thing of that. What is to you is the sort of definitive Chris Kelly Sarah Schneider sketch that you got to do while they were still on the show. Wow. Wow. There was so much about the Chris Kelly Sarah Schneider era that was so special, I think the politics stuff because they wrote all of the Hillary stuff during the 2016 election was very special and like the most intense moments of like wonderful collaboration ever. I think the most fun we had probably was writing the music videos that we didn't. Which just pure fun. Yeah, my favorite is wishing boot. Thank you. I would also say wishing boot. I would also say wishing boot. When I was 16. That it took to drink. All over town I raised my brothers in the old motel, went from living in heaven. To starving in hand and then one day I heard a knock at the door hoping did up and saw boot on the floor it was a wish in the wishing a little black but it just makes your dreams come true it was a wishing perfect.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"What was it like telling Lauren? That you were working on that. Telling Lauren was really hard. He knew it was coming. He was very sweet, but he is has been a father figure to me and so much more. And hard. Yeah. Simple human emotions. Not wanting to. Say goodbye to something you love. You know, it's fresh. This is fresh. It's only happened two months ago. No, I mean, it's the job that it's a decade. It's a long time to do a thing. To be able to end that, when it's your dream, it should be and reasonably is quite hard. Yeah. So to move back to sketch to make it a little bit easier. Okay, thank you. Thank you. So it's your last show. What were the conversations like about doing a goodbye sketch? Whose idea was it to do one of the alien encounter things? What were those conversations like? It's funny. I had thought about it for a long time, and I wanted, I hope. I'm not an ostentatious person, and I don't like to. Make a show of myself, and I hate my birthday, but I did want a moment of catharsis of sort of trying to encapsulate what the whole thing had meant to me. And like telling that to the audience, basically. And a while ago, streeter and Mikey had flooded the idea of me getting in a spaceship at the end, and I thought that was beautiful. I had one other idea where I would play my barfly character Sheila sauvage. All
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"So I had to just chill up there with madam cuckoo and prune shoe. To a place open up. Man. Man, you got screwed. What do you think, Todd? Well, we'd like to take you guys for physical examinations now. Yeah, all right. They're gonna be in a knocker stuff. Possibly, I'm sorry. No, no, don't be. Just be gentle because they're pretty banged up. Tell me about God. What's God's deal? I am here with Kate McKinnon. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you, Jesse, for having me on your podcast. That's exciting. Yes. I agree. So we're going to start talking about close encounters and the sketches were originally written by Mikey day and streeter seidell, two writers and SNL Mikey now at cast member. Back in 2015, do you remember them telling you the idea and sort of what was going through your mind when they first mentioned it? Well, I definitely didn't have anything. For that week, I know that, and usually when that happens, you just sort of scrounge and try to do something but ever so often every so often. Someone will put a miracle in your lap and the two of them came up to me and Mikey day who knows me very well and who understands me in ways that most people don't just came up to me with this idea about a woman who gets short shrift during an alien abduction and I thought it was so funny. See Mikey knows that do you see the headphones I'm wearing? They're like 90s over the ear headphones and Mikey started calling them my Rite Aid comfy. Which is sort of almost what they're called. He understands that I'm kind of like, you know, I don't dress so fancy. I like stuff that's like kind of bad. Yeah. And I relish in nasty little bad experiences and so he thought that I could just sort of play myself in this scenario and then it might work out. And so they typed up a draft, I didn't even have to do anything I pitched like a couple ideas. I think I pitched the thing about them batting my knockers around. My breasts, you see. And then, but they wrote this draft and then it was just like it didn't need anything. And that never happens. Usually you have to hone over the week or find what you're really trying to write about. They just, it came out perfect the first time and it was amazing and everyone was really laughing at the table and I added the fact that she smokes at the table with the pretzel stick. Just because it seemed like she would be smoking. But they really did the rest and they did everything and they're so unbelievable. Before we get more into it as we're talking about writing, you know, what is your typical Tuesday writing night schedule? Like are you an early person then leave early ish? Are you there super late? How do you like to sort of play it? In real life, I wake up at like 8 and I go to bed around midnight. So this whole decade has been sort of hard in that regard. Initially when I started, I was I was staying till like 6 in the morning and then that became earlier and earlier over the years. And I feel guilty about that. Yeah, I do. I do, but I try to contribute as best I could. In the hours when I was actually awake and functional. When it is a sketch of your more active in the writing on Colin Jost once described you as a meticulous, very cerebral writer, what is writing look like for you? I must do it in conjunction with someone who's a great writer. And the only thing that ever made sense to me was doing a funny voice. So I have always worked from the sound of a voice. Which makes impressions easy because you just copy what's already there. And then I have other voices that just sort of naturally occur to me. So I just would sort of sit there and talk in that voice and contribute in that way. Was this a character that started with the voice? How did you start building the character once you sort of saw the script? Like what was the first step? This is just a person who I knew would talk exactly like me. So I really, it was just the addition of a pretzel stick as a cigarette that was the only character building element. It just, that's me, baby. That's how I am. That's how I talk. I'm rafferty, all right? I made a junk. And that's so it was not nothing about it was a stretch. At all. So it was really nice. I guess then how do you then elevate it, right? It's like when you were like, okay, well, you sort of, or otherwise, but she has to have a background. She has to not be a Saturday Night Live cast member. Like, are you conceiving of this person's life beyond the walls of this sketch? The dudes really had this picture of a woman who lived in what we all assumed was like Nevada somewhere and like worked. For me, I hear a voice and details just start to emerge and then a hairstyle begins tumor. Hair is the next thing. That's the next most important character defining trait. And then an outfit begins to grow from that and this idea of like a person who. Is like the kind of person who gets abducted by aliens, but is like the worst of that. To me, suggested a whole an endless world of, you know, if that, then what? And it just was just sort of like, some things feel like they already exist and you just have to pluck them from the sky and flush them out a little bit. And this was this felt like one of those. Yeah. When you're talking about the hair and the look, what were the conversations like about like, how did you describe this hair to the hair department? How do you describe her look to the clothes department, whatever they're called? Wardrobe department. I knew that she would have hair that was like short. A haircut that suggests a person who doesn't want to have to deal with anything. And has gone a little gray and is just sort of like, I don't care, you guys. And has clothes that also say, I don't care, you guys. And you know, she's a very, she's a very avoidant person. And what do you mean by that? She, she's not gonna like try to make life better. Than it is. She's resigned. And she is able to find joy in what she knows is her reality anyway. And to have a sense of humor about that. And.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"And then one by one, they'd step up, slept, but knocker. And then the line wait for another turn. It didn't hurt. It was like, I'm sorry, pardon me, Sharon. It's kinda like that. No harm no foam. It hurts. Look, it hurts. Perhaps they were collecting biological data. No. No, that felt super off the books. I swear to God, there was one gray alien by a door just kind of. I think he was the lookout. Look, at one of my worst Wednesday night. And how did the aliens return to you all to earth? I was carried down. Gently. This crying. I was carried down gently in a cradle of light placed into a soft bit of wallflowers. Yeah. Lay me down like a baby in a meadow near my house. I was smiling and weeping. Tears of joy, sir. All right, well, now this missed me a little bit. That's my grand exit was out of what was basically like a big airplane toilet, okay? Shoot. I dropped down 7 feet out of the roof of a long John Silver's. They threw out my pants separately. They missed the roof. My slacks landed in a freaking pine tree. 30
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Agent kirkpatrick. Now we know you've all been through quite an ordeal. So we appreciate you making the trip to Washington on such short notice. Yes, you three experience the first verified case of alien abduction, so naturally you are great interest of the United States government. It was nuts, man. I mean. We're just small town buds. You saw UFO in the Woods. I mean, now we're hung out with the government. Okay. Now, after the blue light pulled you into the spacecraft, what is your next memory? I came to and saw a beautiful being made of like a beautiful calming light. You same here. That being touched my head, and I felt every emotion in its purest form. It was amazing, and I cried, sir. And you, miss rafferty? Wow. What floor were you guys on? I woke up in a dirty metal dome, and 40 little gray aliens watch me pee in a steel bowl. And they took the bowl walked out. Interesting. Were these beings also bathed in light? No, no, they were gray with big fat eyes, little mouths. They just stared while I peed. I don't think I was dealing with the top brass. And how did they instruct you to urinate? Was that telepathically? No, no. I woke up by an appeal like a camel. So I started peeing in one of the gray aliens slapped the wall. And pointed at the bowl. So I got the hint. I kind of ducked walked over a ball pen.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"A joke scene or sketch of theirs and discuss all that went into making it. This week's guest is Kate McKinnon, who you most definitely know from her 11 seasons of Saturday Night Live, which resulted in an unprecedented 9 consecutive Emmy nominations for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series. She joined the show right when christen wiig was leaving and quickly Kate took over her hero spot as the show's most prominent cast member. Showing a range in terms of characters and impressions and just types of sketches, and it was so complete it grew easy to take her for granted almost. But her leaving allows you to look at her decade plus as a whole and realize it was easily one of the greatest runs in the history of the show. Honestly, she could have left earlier not to say that I wanted her to, just that I kind of assumed she would because she's already becoming a very in demand movie actress, and that usually is a sign that someone's leaving. But as we'll be clear in this interview, Kate really love being on SNL. Yes, it was always her dream, but it was more than that. Kate has always been admittedly very shy, very quiet. But at a young age, he realized through funny voices and impressions. She was able to speak up. She was able to communicate. She was able to process the difficult parts of life like her father passing away when she was 18. This all to say that though we talk about process and funny characters, this is an emotional conversation. The jumping off point will be Colleen rafferty, a character Kate played on SNL 7 times, who is best known for being abducted by aliens and making guest stars and her colleagues break. Creative with writer streeter Seidel and Mikey day, it was also the character in which Kate chose to say goodbye through. But we're going to start at the beginning with the very first close encounter sketch from December 5th, 2015. Also in the sketch, you will hear AD Bryant and Bobby moynihan as the interrogating agents, and Cecily Strong and that week's host Ryan Gosling as the other abductees. Fun fact, all of those people are former guests of this podcast. It excluding Ryan Gosling, of course. Though, if you are listening Ryan Gosling, I'm happy to have you on to discuss your spooky Halloween band dead man's bones. If you've never seen the sketch, which would be a shock considering it has like 55 million views on YouTube. I'd really recommend it just to see your physicality, how she's dressed in her hair and how she smokes a cigarette and ashes it into her coffee cup. So we will link to all the versions of the sketch in our show notes. So here is Kate McKinnon. I'm agent Morris with the NSA, and this is special
We're Still Waiting on That Nathan MacKinnon Extension
"We are kind of living in the afterglow if you will of the Stanley Cup for the Colorado avalanche and Joe sakic sort of retooling a couple things still waiting on the Nathan McKinnon extension, assuming it's just a matter of time right here if they're working on a Mark. Yeah, I would imagine. I mean, there's a lot of work to be done. That one's going to get done. Those ones just take time, right? They time and a little bit of a little bit of caressing. You know, they've got to make sure you do it the right way. But McKenna is going to get one of them contracts like the Joker got. You know, like the big time Superman supermax. Supermax. You get a soup. You ever get a super max contract? I never quite did. So close a few times to just slip through my hands there. Yeah, I mean, Nathan McKinnon. The opposite is super max. That's what I got. So you never got one either. No, no, no, no, I never. I never was in a position to negotiate. Mine was my whole life has been organized begging. I go, can I have more money and they say no. Okay. Thank you. No, but seriously, can I have more? No, okay. I think they're going to say yes to Nathan McKinney. They are. Just a matter of time before we before we get that
Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time
"Nathan McKinnon nets one and assists in the game winner as the Colorado avalanche defeat the Tampa Bay lightning two one to win their first Stanley Cup championship since 2001 Kale mccart was awarded the Khan smythe trophy for the most valuable player of the playoffs Throughout this whole whole game environmentality was just when that period and when the next one get the next shift and so on and we're never looking too far ahead to the outcome and we definitely we definitely feel like we earned that one for sure Lightning captain Steven stamkos broke the ice early but that was the last Tampa Bay would score McKinnon found a crack at Andre vasilevsky's right side to tie the game at one 54 the second then fed arturi lechon who would give Colorado the lead midway through the game and Darcy Kemper stopped 22 shots to earn the series clinching win Walter marsicano
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT
"AP sports time gethin cool bar the three Pete was denied as the Colorado avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in 21 years After a two one win over two time defending champion Tampa Bay in game 6 Nathan McKinnon scored the tying goal one minute and 54 seconds into the second period before arturi lechon and netted the game winner midway through the second As defenseman kale mccart took home the Khan smythe trophy as the playoff MVP Overall this team is just a bunch of fighters and our model throughout the year was just Pascal so we never wanted to go away and that was kind of what we stuck with and I think it showed tonight Major League Baseball the American League leading Yankees bounced back from being no hit with a walk off 6 three win over the Astros correspondent Tom Miriam has more Aaron judge hit a three run Homer on Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday Kind of remind me of some postseason games Big clutch hitting Other AL winners the Red Sox twins rays angels White Sox and athletics In the national league the Marlins walked off the Met three to two on Nick fortes solo Homer with two outs in the 9th Which was awesome I did not want to get swept against those guys Other NL winners the Dodgers brewers Phillies Diamondbacks cubs nationals and reds Ole miss has won the college World Series after scoring three times in the 8th to complete a sweep of Oklahoma with a four two victory Brandon Johnson struck out all three batters he faced in the 9th to close out the rebels first national title It was a dream come true Ever since you're a little kid you dream of being on the mound in those situations And then when it happened you just like go of yourself because you realize that you did do it And engulfed Xander schauffele ended a three year winless drought on the PGA Tour after coming from one shot back on the final hold to post a two stroke victory at the travelers championship Guess and cool bot AP sports
Kadri scores in OT in return, Avs move to brink of title
"Not some country scored a 1202 of overtime to give the Colorado avalanche a three to two come from behind win over the Tampa Bay lightning and take a commanding three games to one lead in their best of 7 series And I thought it may be pinned between his arm and you know he was kind of swimming in the crease and I thought he might have had it so it was certainly a few seconds of confusion there and then I just saw everybody kind of bull rush the ice and that's when I knew it was confirmed Tampa Bay came out with an explosive start to the game Anthony cirelli scoring 36 seconds in Colorado answered in the second the puck going in off Nathan McKinnon skate while on the power play Victor hedman gave the lead back to the lightning lifting a perfect backhand over Darcy Kemper Anthony cogliano even things up in the third to force overtime
Watch: Tyler Bozak saves Blues’ season with Game 5 overtime goal vs. Avalanche
"The blues are still alive in their second round series after defeating the avalanche 5 to four on Tyler bozak's goal three 38 into overtime Bose capped a frantic rally in which Robert Thomas tied the game with 54 seconds left in regulation The app scored the first three goals and were ahead three to one in the third period until Thomas and Justin Fox scored four 17 apart Nathan McKinnon's third goal of the night put the avalanche ahead late in the third but the blues sent the series back to St. Louis for game 6 on Friday Vladimir tarasenko also scored for the blues
Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'
"Some big names are leaving a long running comedy franchise on NBC Where you'll have to pay close attention to the cast of characters for next season Saturday Night Live because some of those on the show for season 47 will not be there for season 48 among the comedians bowing out our Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson two of the show's biggest names the canon's been on for ten seasons Davidson for 8 also leaving 80 Bryant and Kyle Mooney It is one of the biggest cash shake ups in recent years for the show and it comes after recent seasons have seen these Saturday Night Live cast remained virtually intact I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
MacKinnon scores in OT, Avalanche beat Oilers 3-2
"The avalanche save their best for last in a three two overtime decision over Edmonton the game winner came at fifty two seconds of the extra session when Cale Makar fed Nathan mackinnon who walked in and scored McKinnon's play was supplemented by Mikko Rantanen who pocketed a pair of power play goals enough to give the NHL's points later its fourth straight victory Kailer Yamamoto scored one goal and assisted on the other for the Oilers who saw their win streak ended five Bruce Morton Denver
Winter storm lashes East Coast with deep snow, high winds
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"mckinnon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Released the first teaser for the new series Joe versus Carroll this week The 62nd trailer gives a first look at Kate McKinnon as Carole Baskin and John Cameron Mitchell as Joe Exotic The series by the makers of shameless is set to premiere on March 3rd I'm Julie Ryan And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg news room at her press briefing today governor Cathy hoka described extraordinary progress the state has seen in fighting the coronavirus Positivity statewide the second day in a row we've been under 10% A downward trend and not just an infections but also in the hospitalizations On another topic addressed to the problem of trying to get illegal guns off the streets of New York after those two police officers were shot last night in Harlem It's a resounding call to action Hogel says guns are flowing in from other states and flooding the streets of New York Today New York moved closer to scaling back law enforcement checks on would be lawyers as the state bar association endorsed the change The bar's House of delegates recommended in a vote that law school grads seeking to become attorneys would no longer have to report arrests and other police interactions that fall short of convictions The recommendations prompted by what the bar called persistent racial disparities in criminal justice now goes to New York chief judge Janet de fiori and other top state judges for a final decision Morgan Stanley boosted chief executive officer James Gorman's compensation to $35 million we get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It leaves him poised to be the best paid major U.S. bank boss for another year Morgan Stanley increased Gorman's pay 6% for 2021 with the bank's profitability climbing to a new high for the fourth straight year His package includes one and a half $1 million in salary and an $8.38 million cash bonus The vast majority is in the form of 25 million in long-term awards which pay out in shares and are partially tied to return on equity and shareholder return targets Charlie Paulo Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.
'SNL' returning with all but one incumbent cast member
"Saturday Night Live returns this week with most of its cast intact I marquees are letter with the latest back then it is the only one not to return to Saturday Night Live this season there was some question as to whether eighty brands Kate McKinnon Cecily strong Kenan Thompson and Pete Davidson would return but they will be included in the cast of sixteen plus by future performers one Wilson will be the first to host this Saturday for the forty seven season of SNL Kacey Musgrave will be the musical cast
"mckinnon" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Man. Hit the mail all right. So we're we're going to try something slightly different here with the mailbag we're gonna in the interest of time Though are timekeepers will probably tell us at the end of this that we took more time but In the interest of time we're gonna do that. You're going to say that that All three of us are going to answer the same two questions. So let me start off this greg's question we've heard a lot about bipartisanship as a talking point in the last few weeks months and years regardless of how individual lawmakers personally feel about working across the aisle. Do you think a majority of american voters actually care about how bipartisan bill is. As much as some beltway insiders seemed to think they do. look i think that people Want to get things done. And i think that's very very important You know failing because you were seeking bipartisanship. is not satisfying. That said look at any poll. Talk to any focus group of americans who are not on the polls and they will tell you. We want people to work together. We don't want them exploiting issues and weaponising issues in order to score political points in the next election so much as working together to solve problems. And i do think there's a constituency for bipartisanship Out there and and an imperative to make the system work so You know i yeah. I think the answer is yes. I think the the the question seemed to feel otherwise. But i feel there is a constituency this has been the classic biden approach on this on this infrastructure bill and if he gets it done and it looks like a pretty good shot that he will no. I think they'll be. I think it'd be a political payoff for it. Because this is processing. Sort of thing biden. Ran on and now has executed on gibbs short-term answer's is yes in the long term the medium to long term answer is no oh you cynic planet. I agree with you on the short term. Yes i mean. I think biden ran on this. There's there's a huge stake in this. And i think it's good for his messaging and i think it's probably good for the country. I don't think we should get overly excited it. Bipartisanship is gonna take over. In any way. I think infrastructure is probably the easiest and maybe the only issue i think in the medium to long-term no no. Nobody says to somebody. Wow this is a really nice road were on. Did you know it passed with seven seven votes in the senate. Yeah that's true. That is true. That in as i said i think the bottom line is getting something done but the fact of the matter is that they allot hasn't gotten done and I think people automatically see. This is the way forward i think you know. A partisan only approach to governing Is in a very divided country A going to produce more often than not no results and And they're only so many procedural tools you can use to overcome That so you know. Like i think bipartisanship has value alison. Let the record reflect. I was trying to give a short. No yes answer. And and yeah. But i mean when you fuzz it up. I have to kind of come back. i appreciate that. let's go to the. This is a fun question. I'm going on a dc trip and a couple of weeks with my family hoping to get recommendations for can't miss sites and eat as a tourist that even regulars like yourselves appreciated great question by the way great great great. Yeah and i think all three of us have spent more time that we wanted to that city But i will say that one of the. It's a great city visit as a tourist and including an especially. Because there's so much to do for free. Yes and i would put at the top of the list the monuments which are just spectacular and just take a walk or run and just just go around and see the vietnam lincoln. Jefferson is just spectacular. And you can do it at night. That's really cool to and then the museums on the mall all free. The national archives is just spectacular stuff and throw in one little sizzle thing. Which is the spy museum. Which is really cool. Gibbs mark took a plethora of my answers but i want to underscore to that he said walk the monuments at night there less crowded. It's a little cooler and they're just gorgeous And the city is gorgeous. The national archives the founding documents of our country yes and i had the honour of knowing the archivist there And in in going on a few trips a in in in seeing some of that of a really up close and personal. So i i think those are two and then i had a third and i just forgot it. Well you kind of stole mine Which is the archives You know. I went there as a as a young kid. And i've never lost my ref. I think it has more importance now than ever. Because we all understand the history of the founding and the principles behind This democracy and the challenge that it represented To us as an experiment that was ongoing. Not a gift you know. These are not these are living documents and they are a challenge to us to keep democracy vibrant and I think there that's very relevant to where we are today. So if you do nothing else go to the national archives spent some time there consider what those documents me so we have a good good good good consensus on what to do. Abbott just egypt's throughout a eatery that we'd recommend and i'll throw a benz chili bowl which is a great historic place Just got a ton of history in sort of the civil rights movement and also the best chilidog. You'll ever get get a reservation to georgia browns and get the grits and tell them yeah heads on. I wanna throw a bouquet to my friend. Jose andress so any of his restaurants in dc are worth a helio. Any of his restaurants in dc are worth. The food is great and he's a great guy doing great work so i'll throw that out there. Great indian place named secret right near those two as well. Yeah yup yup also edit grill right across from the white house and the treasury. Yes if you can get a capital tour. And i used to the reason i love these capitol. Tours is was the first thing i did is a congressional intern was give tours of the capitol and you can walk around And or you could then at that on if you can now check ahead Talk to your senate representative about getting you a tour but You know members of congress just walking around going to meetings and going to hearings and voting and Stand in the rotunda and look up and It's just. It's a wonderful wonderful building and really a hallmark of our democracy. Mckinnon always great.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"People we need to talk to are the ones who can answer the question. Why wasn't there a better security presence that day. wow so there you go I hope he has better answers if he gets subpoenaed by the select committee to talk about what his role was that day. That is these sound and the voice of not a member of the commission but a witness being asked questions about and i love. My favorite part of the answer is twice. He starts to say in catches himself. I'd have to go bet. I and quickly switches. Because he's about to say. I'd have to go back and check my records. Let me just assure you someone is going to go back and check those records. Okay somebody is you know i. It will be interesting but look do a whole diatribe on this but kevin mccarthy I think is mishandled every single bit of the politics around the january six commission. Because he's going to be a witness. Jim jordan is going to be a witness yet. but maybe not. Just a witness a participant. Perhaps right well exactly. They're going to be interrogated and they're gonna look over on that side of the diocese and there's not going to be one person over there because of what kevin mccarthy did and how badly he mishandled the liz cheney situation in leadership. There's nobody to protect them. There's nobody to ask them questions and lead them down a different path they are going to. Yeah both of them are going to be seeing that witness chair. Having taken an oath to tell the truth and no one's gonna be protecting that the oath they've taken is to trump. Ken mccarthy thinks he needs trump He to be speaker of the house. And all that mccarthy cares best being speaker of the house and so you know and and and jordan's completely hitched his wagon to To trump and so they are where they are. I don't doubt that it'll be interesting to watch how that oath collides with the one. The one they take when they get sworn in that exchange reminds me of the great saying guys in politics. When you're explaining. you're losing kelly thread. I hoped you. I was hoping you were gonna play the mcmaster sound. I got a great fritz. Hollings henry mcmil shoot. Well all right. Well we'll play it but we're not gonna have a mandatory mask. Mandate we not go. Go allow schools. We have a low in south carolina. We passed last year says the schools cannot require masks is this ought to be up to the parents whether the children wear a mask when they go to school. That's apparent decision now. We have the information. We know the danger involved. Vaccinations available all over the state testing available all over the state. It's all free and we go trust the people to do the right thing. We're giving them the right information. But i believe a lot of our national experts or or engaging in frightening hyperbole so y- that is the sound of of south carolina governor henry mcmaster and an accident and Mark i'm reminded of One of the first people. I worked in politics for Fritz hollings i worked for the nineteen ninety. Eight but in nineteen eighty. Six henry mcmaster running against fritz hollings turned to him in a debate and said fritz. You ought to take a drug test and released. The results and hollings didn't miss a beat and he said i'll take a drug test if you'll take an iq test and that was worth. I could report many years later. That no i q tests was taken and result clearly have been laced clearly. Yeah all right.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Was really important mark. How about your Your future Gop presidential standard-bearer governor to santa's in and florida You know a lot of these. Republican governors are at least kind of turning the corner vaccines You know late. But they're they're they're doing but he's planted a flag in the ground unmasking of in schools and Has said we are not going to allow school. Districts to require masks on children. Children are the ones who are getting sick now. Young people are the ones who are getting sick Tell me explain the The politics of the republican party that make this a winning fight for him. As you know. Florida is now be hot spot right. I twenty percent of all the new cases flow. Yeah and i think that the sands has just bet. Put all his chips on the table on being Doubling down on not shutting down. Not just basically saying you know the democrats Shut down the economy which they don't of course but you know so his. He's betting his whole future on a really dangerous proposition. Which is that. This thing is written not nearly as i think it is. The democrats are just doomsayers. And we're gonna run nakedly out into the into this festering virus and to hell with it and it's a it's a helluva is a hell of a bet and it's a hell of a gamble and he's gambling lives. It's conspicuous but the problem is for both both for for the san and abbott and texas is that they they both a year ago or so kinda ran were sort of in fistfights with cuomo and others about in voucher of course about all the mandates and what have you and to some degree they bet right in that short term bet right because things got opened up things got better see at work deal out of breast being and yeah victory laps. Premature victory land announced texas and florida. I think account for their number one and two let us not. David absolve the the laughed on this. And i'm gonna throw them a little under the bus here Because the new york state teacher's union put out a press release yesterday saying they're not going to require teachers to get vaccinated this the teacher's union cheeses now. Anybody that's getting ready. I'm getting ready to send to send a child to college right. People are getting ready to send their kids back to school. You gotta get a certain amount of vaccines measles mumps and rubella mmr. You gotta get all that. I gotta tell you. Parents want their kids back in school. The best way to protect kids particularly that right now are under twelve and can't get vaccinated for the people that they come into contact with the vaccinated. There's absolutely. I wanna see some leadership from elected officials and teachers union leaders to get teachers vaccinated. Get teach rick. And i'm gonna say this mandate require. Let's let's stop playing around with this. Let's make sure this happens. Let's get kids back into those classrooms protected to the best of our ability. If they have to wear masks so be it. But let me tell you what. Don't ask a ten year old door a mask listening to a teacher who decided not to get vaccinated. Mcdonald's no idea right and listen. This has been a problem from the beginning. I mean there was lack of clarity on school policy Last fall because of concerns on the part of the president and others about how teachers unions would react. I love teachers. I think they are years to people in our society but teachers unions played a negative role At several junctures in this in this process. And you're right robert. Every one of them should be vaccinated for their own protection and the protection of of these children. So yeah. it's it's an excusable just just a you know not a profile encourage at all. But since we are the hacks i mean. It is also a reflection of the power of the teachers unions Within the democratic party that this has created. You know some turmoil along the way here so y you know. Unfortunately this hasn't created enough turmoil. We've got too many leaders who are oppressing ios people to you if if you think. Republicans are hesitant or resistance should get vaccinated. But don't think the members of your unions should. Yes then walk into the bathroom. Turn on the light. Yes look in the mirror okay. Then.
"mckinnon" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Speaking co vid. The ground is shifted in the last month in a big way. You know it was just a month that the president had a big event on the lawn of the white house herald and he was. He had disclaimers in there about the fact that the fight was an over. But the clear message was we've crossed the big hurdle here and we are in a better place but we've definitely were backsliding now largely custody unvaccinated. How much of this mckinnon washes up on him. I mean how do you how you fear. Voters process this because he ran on the. I'm gonna lead us through this Message listen it's job one and it's muddled right. Now is problematic. no question about it. I mean the summer whether the roaring twenties now sort of become the groaning twenties. And everybody's just I people are confused there. You know. there's there's not clear communication coming out of cdc And i think people are just kind of angry about it And so i. It's it's problematic. Politically i think provide because this was kind of his one asset you know i mean he may get this infrastructure bill through. That'll be good but people elected him to to handle kobe and put it behind us. Put it in the rear view mirror and now suddenly it's on our windshield again that two quick stories Just how is relevant to me first of all. My brother-in-law who was called us week for getting vaccinations. Just got out of the hospital. After being there for three weeks and and you know really serious case that almost went south and the other thing is i was going to main this thursday to see friends of mine. There were like three couples four including us and my wife who have survived cancer and a brother coming out of the hospital. Kobe said that email does everybody backs. Turns out there's a couple of it wasn't in there so we're canceling. We're not going. Who what's your brother saying now. Yeah brother-in-law well. I think that Certainly has got a different tune on vaccinations for sure. You know that so. One of the interesting things is that it turns out that fear does have an accelerating effect and other loved ones in his family while ran tube get faxed and also they took it took that but if you know any good ad makers you ought to put him in front of a camera for thirty seconds and put some up on the internet. Yeah you know i. I haven't had a chance to really talk to him in person yet. But i'm really inch can talk talk about his experience and we're seeing a lot of those messages in the sure our yeah. It's devastating stuff. Well moving. well. It scared the shit out of our family. I'll tell you that. Just i then. It rippled through and just scared. The hell outta everybody. The one thing. I think if there is a silver lining in this and i'm an is that saw this today. Vaccination rates versus two weeks ago are up in forty eight of fifty states. Twenty states are seeing what. This called panic. Vaccination which means vaccination rates are up by more than thirty percent. And they're led by like louisiana and alabama georgia kentucky. Arkansas florida texas and midwestern states. That have which had been somewhat Either vacs hesitant vacs resistant. In in in a way that i think really was being caused problems. If there has been any good news it's is probably people like your brother in law And stories like that that have spurred people get passionate alabama doctor that went viral on on facebook saying you know right before recounting right before She was intimating patients the last thing they would say to her before. The innovator was okay. I'm ready for the vaccine. Now you'd have to say it's too late for that and you know. Look i don't mean to make i i. I hope and the reason. I said that mark the people have to hear the stories in the voices of those who were hesitant or resistant. We've sort of passed. I think the point in which the people that are going to get vaccinated because of somebody in a position of authority tells them that the people that are now not vaccinated are resistant to that authority. Voice it has to come from the tribe. Yep yeah don't trust the authorities right. And that's been i that. That's been the administration's strategy. They've been trying to micro target messaging from family. Friends neighbors the local doctor the local minister and now local folks who hadn't been vaccinated and you know Along the lines of what gives his talking about robert. You know last week. I kind of went off on the cdc on messaging mckinnon. Mentions it here. terrible. I have sympathy for biden. This is not an easy task if people are unwilling to get vaccinated. We know what the answer is. If you know but having said that it hasn't exactly been a triumph of of of messaging. Here i mean there's no foaming of the runway. There's no sort of we're here now but this is what could happen. There was none of that so it seemed like we were just. We went from one extreme to another very very quickly. and that's a that's a failure of messaging. It is a failure messaging. The whiplash provides mixed signals for people. They don't know where to get clear information. They don't know how to get clear answers to simple questions. I think the. Cdc made a huge mistake and changing the guidance and then only two days later talking about why they changed the guidance. I mean i remember you telling us as president rare early. People may not agree with what i do but if at least i tell them why they'll understand the reasoning. They may not by the reasoning. But at least you so and look. I've thought all along on this really since the beginning when this was impacting us more than a year and a half ago. America in an this isn't directed biden. This is directed. At the entire public health messaging apparatus we needed winston churchill. We have somebody who wasn't afraid to tell us. It wasn't good right now. If we banded together and thought of ourselves differently and acted differently that we'd come out on the other side stronger. And i think you know. I think the politics of this have become so fractured that. Even the best leaders and the best messengers among us are hesitant to sail directly into the wind. And i think that's But i think the cdc has done a remarkably terrible job recently doing this. But i read this great as a great piece in new york times today on it professor or doctor from from emory. Who talks about you know. This is both political science and behavioral science. And it really is. And and i think that's a it's a great way of thinking about it and you know it's challenging and it's hard to do in the moment we've had a long time to think about this and to your point david ye gotta prepare people for the would assess the key. It's not just celebrating the milestones. Those are the easy things to do in. Look yes you have to be the person at the party who says look. It's good now but we just. We have to remain vigilant because things could change in ingram you know look to in fairness to both the cdc in biden. It's also part. That's part of the message that people don't tend to hear the media doesn't tend to cover right. Nobody writes a long story about. We're shedding our masks. And then like an third beg off somebody says oh but this may not last. That doesn't tend to get into but that was partly because the tone to celebrate the unmasking thing came like a lightning bolt. It's like whoa. We can take our masks off now. There was no. We're gonna take this step but it's a provisional step in if we don't hit our targets get him here we may be back in mass and everybody needs to know that There was none. There was no sort of As i said foaming of the runway like that by the way you're absolutely right about churchill. Great books the splendid in the vile. It's a brilliant book written over the summer and you get a real sense of how churchill led britain through their darkest hour and he was very candid about and when there were screw up he was candid about that but but his You know his willingness to be direct with people about the nature of the challenge as he was still at an and the encouragement as well..
Report Concludes Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Female Staffers
"Long awaited report on governor andrew cuomo and his And charges of sexual harassment is out and it is blistering. I don't think this ends well for governor cuomo. I don't think he'll be governor of the state of new york that law. This long anticipated report about the behavior of new york governor andrew cuomo along ago former client of mine. I should add for editorial integrity are will amex's even more interesting than we can get your so you guys carry the conversation. The headline is Cuomo sexually harassed current and former state employees creating a hostile work environment for women in violation of state and federal law. According to the attorney general latisha james. So what does it mean for cuomo. Who's up for reelection next year. Well here's my question. David especially since you were for the thing that surprises me about all this is that it seems to have been a pattern of behavior for a long time and a lot of it. How did he is. How did he skate this for so long. I did not see that particular behavior. I mean he can be tough on people around him. There's no doubt about it. I didn't see that particular behavior then. And i don't know if his behavior changed you're right. It was over a long period of time. When i worked for him. He was running for attorney general in the state but also times have changed and so people are more willing to come forward. It takes a lot to come forward. The interesting thing is this report. Gibbs was something that cuomo asked for ryan he asked for it because he was under siege ended bought him some time. The question is now that it's here is to borrow a phrase is time up it is and i'll tell you your question about how affect his reelection is moot. There won't be a re-election you think he won't even run give. I think he'll be impeached rather
Bowen Yang Is Funny Because He's Gay, Not Asian
"But here's the real deal, okay? I'm gonna tell you something that no one else is gonna tell you, because they don't have the balls to say it. And it's not even a ballsy statement. It's just so fucking obvious. You're trying to honor a man for being a funny Asian, right? We get it. In light of all the stop Asian hate, all that bullshit, it's become a thing to hold up Asian people in Asian cultures so that we can all get along and hopefully forget that it was China who developed the fucking pandemic that changed the world and fucked up everything. We all see what's going on. And if you add Joe Biden's heart on for the middle kingdom, it's really not surprising Boeing Yang would get a nomination. It's perfect timing. After fucking parasite won best picture, you could just see how badly America was about to go down on any and all Asian cultures. It's gross. But here's the real truth of the matter. Boeing Yang is funny, not because he's Asian. He's funny because he's gay because he's openly gay. He's a very creative, very funny, gay dude. That's why he stands out in sketches that he performs in or rights. It's his over the top queer attitude, something we've rarely seen if ever on SNL. Terry Sweeney was openly gay. He wasn't that funny. John millhiser, you don't even know the fuck he is. He was on SNL. He's gay. You know, solar, Denny Dillon. Did he advance? No one knew she was a lesbian to let her she died. Punky Johnson was gay. None of them are funny. Let alone over the top gay. Kate McKinnon, we know is a lesbian and maybe one of the top 5 funniest members of all time. But you never know she was a lesbian until somebody told you. But Boeing Yang is the type of gay dude that leaves the fucking pride parade down the streets of vintage village and ends up finding a glory hole in the meatpacking district. That's why he's funny and that's why he was
"mckinnon" Discussed on Lew Later
"It was great though. I've always. I've always been like that. And then getting writing to the magic industry and doing shows and walking into like a corporate event and your job was to make everybody like you and be on and give that performance you know doing stand up shows. Stand up comedy doing stuff like that. That whole entertainment world was half my life because it's kind of just been gogo. You're doing stand for a friend of mine. I was horrible. I just wanted to see what it was like as candy like ten weeks of stand up before your show opens like. Did you just say ten weeks. Yeah that seem like an experiment. God knew i wouldn't be able to get it done in one shot and i needed some time to try different things so i stand or you. Were you doing magic. I was doing stand up. He was doing magic. I just opened for him just trying to figure it out some days. I plan things some days. Like i'm not gonna plant anything. I'm just going to show up and see what happens and then one night we'll go great and i'd apply that to the next night. Nothing that's fascinating. Started reading some books on comedy and then quickly realized this is avenue that requires a lifetime of skill or a very very. You know someone who's just a lot of dissent or users men for this guy. This isn't something. I'm just gonna read in a book and be able to do But you have always been in that entertainment field so dogo for the most part always had different ideas of how i wanted to make money. I knew that the ultimate goal was not have a boss is realize that almost immediately. I've like i went through so many jobs. Just just to just to be stepping stones to get to where i am now. I every type of retail job every type of restaurant job every type of landscaping job. Just like a means to continue supporting my passions. And do what i wanna do And then it got lucrative then it got into stock photos and running into model home snapping photos and then selling those online and buying my first car will endemic me. Think about youtube..
"mckinnon" Discussed on Lew Later
"I created because i'm into kind of like everyday carry stuff pocket knives those types of things coffee whiskey that this basically lifestyle that you're looking at on the screen and it just didn't fit that peter mackinnon brand so i was like this needs to go somewhere in a lot of my friends. Call me pirate. Pete so i just started trying to figure out what username worked pizza pirate. Life worked started posting. No one knew it was me at the start and that was kinda fun. It was just some random account posting everyday carry stuff with pirate things. People were on board. Did you see willy is on board. No no known like the style. No no no no no. There's a moment did i miss like an inflexion. All this guy is. Sometimes he takes it too far. What is reaction but you always pick it up. Are we gonna clip that. It was a key component in here. When you said it was originally anonymous is that turned him right on. I wanna make sure nobody missed okay. We'll clip that because he's weird content habits as well. I think we all do to certain knowledge you so we started started posting. No one knew me. I got pretty far before people started putting together the hand tattoos really kind of ruined it cows out of the bag then partnered with this dude in the states and we started selling products and now that modeling pozzo there all right got that dial that would profile on the shoulder as well him on the shoulder. It's weird picture. My version would be md cans so we got you know. Hand forged axes all kinds of cool accessories. Let me ask you something. And this is what the channel was going to be about. Let me ask you something. Which one is peter mackinnon. Which one's more peter mccann. No no no. This is a winner. Take all no one or the other is more represented of of what this a lot of like my close friends who follow this account when they see it. They're like that's just human like dirt bikes pocket knives and trucks and snowmobiles and quads and coffee and whiskey and moody lighting in the style of photography is what you've always been into and shooting in the fall and in the arctic with these random.
"mckinnon" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"They're going sweep from colfax. Feel it man. I believe in you now of colfax gets this right. He is now the hockey wizard foreshadowing there by the way while i mean what can you say. I tweeted this. This is both extremely exciting and extremely depressing at the same time. The state of colorado has two of the best athletes pro athletes. Wouldn't you agree. nathan mackinnon nicole. Yokich guess what they had three of them nolan or not sad But we're not here to talk about that the rockies we're going to do we're going to do this for now for now. Put it away talking about that right now. We're talking about positive stuff. Nathan mackinnon man. How how do you stop this guy. What do you do you try to annoy him. You try to you. Know as a as sean keillor wrote in the denver post you try to tend to rise him on the boards you try to smother and with defenders. You try to get in his head. I mean he's got his boys at his backside man. I mean they're therefore him they him. Landis mika ranson gonna tell you colefax. I'm starting to get started. Get pretty excited. I think the blues are gonna be. I know i'll be. I'll be shocked if they can pull off one. I'll be really shocked and make this a five game series. But i mean there's the the apps got this thing. They scored like goal within the first twenty seconds man. they've got their number and mckinnon is just. He is pretty fun to watch man. If you're not a hockey fan which you know me you start watching mckinnon skate around. And that's speed. Hockey is blast to watch. It is It's fantastic man. He's got a hat-trick four points against the blues. six three win for the avs series to nothing. How about that one who so. Let's hear it apps fans how you guys feel after that one film pumped think this thing is going to be over pretty quickly about that. They could be so they'll play game three tomorrow. It could be up three nothing before. We get to nuggets.
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