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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

03:35 min | Last month

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"And alf ramsey was coaching One team and the german coach doesn't matter. I'll i'll think of it as soon as we go off air so the team was mostly german and the team was mostly english. But dino zoff was in goal for this for the six and pat jennings from northern. Ireland was in in goal for the three. Which is what i remember. The most and body charlton was running the game but he was like thirty six years old and he was just standing there and and in those days. Nobody touched you. You know you grow old shoulder. Charge was a shoulder charge. But if you had the ball in your possession you didn't have guys grabbing new jersey. Especially if you're bobby charlton more playing as well I think bobby moore was playing. And i don't remember off hand. A guy called jensen from denmark scoring the first goal on a beautiful pass from from charleston. Helmet shown is that they sure yeah. I was trying to think. Because i knew it's beautiful. How beautiful you know. Don't and i think if i remember right. It was a two one three one game but anyway so that was my first exposure and the stadium was only half four which should have thought taught me something about the common market. Jackson said many years later but at halftime my friend. And i looked around to see where everybody was going to you to the lou and no one was moving and i looked down in my beautiful one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy three super cool cowboy boots. We're getting very wet. Petty drove because we were we were standing in the. We're standing in the behind the goal you know and it was yes he was just running it and i thought oh my god i wonder. What kind of country is this at. Fell gates of these cowboy boots costs and together so much. I'd never long gone now. They lasted a long time. They weren't they weren't like manley. Footwear kind of cowboy boots. They were They were kind of square toed. And you know relatively modest brown brown expose on them. No no wasn't a spurs fair. Man was inver- inverness inverness. This'll was my team. You remember that one We we were. We were doing for channel four channel. Five and. I'm trying to think of who doing it with. But i'd had all these messages. 'cause when inverness caledonian thistle beat celtic. I'd had all these death threats from celtic fans hundreds of literally. Yeah and and you asked me what was a fan. I said because we're up in on the same trip and inverness caledonian was playing inverness. This'll and we went along with twenty other people to watch the match. And i think it was keith webster's closer you a regular then success so they merged into inverness caledonian kissel. That became my favorite team. A fine choice quite a west time this season. I thought i'd look if what you're reading that piece on your love. Hate relationship with it was funny. I saw the headlines about canes girlfriend accusing him of fixing a playoff game. And i thought harry caine was fixing he was the guy at the chicago. Blackhawks pain the wrestler. That's.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:32 min | Last month

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"It's going to affect has the possibility of affecting lots of other people and we're arguing. Covert passports here but having gone to portugal you know. I didn't need a passport per se. But i did have to show a certificate that i'd had doubled united show negative test. I had to show negative just before i came back. I had to show a negative test. Two days. After i came back from our which i'm perfectly willing to do but it would be easier if i had a little card. That said i'd had the two vaccines rather than carrying around these vapors from the nhs with a barcode on it but that's the calls. Let's talk about this. Let's talk about this concept the pressure that you brought up the nfl not saying to play. You have to have it. But as you say the consequences of not having the vaccination and then things are playing out which forces the to forfeit games and the pressure. Therefore that's going to be put on from all of that contemporaries out. Of course everybody else in the organization is that going to ultimately become the deciding factor that you think those. Let's look at the numbers right now. Twenty percent as of today recording. This approximately twenty percent haven't had the vaccine. Do you think that by the time we get to mid season and maybe a couple of these situations that played out. That number will be up to the high nineties. Is apple going to work. But i think i think it probably will. I mean what the nfl doesn't want is playing in front of empty stadium like they did last year movie games around during the week like they did last year. I think they're they're kind of saying we're going to have a normal season whether you guys like it or not and you're going to have to do what is necessary to give us a normal season now there are situations where you could test positive having been vaccinated yet trade. It's it's a small percentage but it happens. You might not be contagious at that point. You're probably going to be a symptomatic And people being back they'd have had major problems more with except for very few in terms of having caught quebec then serious symptoms. But it's it's such. It's such a minefield of labor law employment law. Like i said the commissioner probably has in in the Cba the right to do this. He's got the right. You almost anything he wants. You know by the cba. The teams Have obviously decided that they're going to go. Go with this with this. Pre this policy might get a wrap up by raising a gloss to two plays that we've lost since again since you and i lost caught up. I know that dementia patron mccollum earlier on. Let's get out another plug patriotic dot com slash mike. Fm a lot more studies from carlson on that. I know you've addressed an talked about the mall within your call him but obviously not on the pod. So let's talk about by alex gibson. Greg knapp yeah. Greg knapp fifty eight. He got hit by a car while he was riding his bicycle. at home and died and it really shocked. I'd never met him or anything. But from what i gather. He was incredibly well liked and his his coaching. History would bear out he came out of sacramento state as a player and he hung around the nfl for a couple years of quarterback and then as a coach i think he coast verner hip ler the german tight end who played for the chargers briefly and was in nfl europe but he had a long spell with the with the forty niners in the ninety s and into the twenty seven with jeff garcia briefly. You know working his way up from my quality control all the way to offensive coordinator and then went to atlanta in the michael vickers and had some success with mike vick and then he had a lot of years where he wasn't so successful. Remain oakland and seattle and matching wilson. Pre wilson seattle like. That's pretty wilson seattle but he wound up as a quarterback coach in denver when payton was there and then three years in atlanta with matt ryan. So that's a pretty easy gig. When you're peyton manning's quarterback coach you know gays was the offense coordinator. Look what it did for gazes reputation for and nap. Napa went from there to atlanta ryan's had had really good year last year. People ignore that because it wasn't a very good team and ryan had a pretty good year and he was coaching with the jets. As as a kind of you know without portfolio passing game coordinator kind of thing so he won't be obviously coaching with the jets now. But you know it's funny that his biggest success was first with running kind of quarterbacks in them with pocket pocket. Guys diametric opposites and i remember criticizing him like crazy both of his spells in oakland. And you know he got fired from both of them as well connected. Is that what you're suggesting right. I don't think so but you know but it's one of the it made me think that it's one of those things where you know we don't know these people personally and we're not intimately involved with all the stuff that goes on in the coaching room. The tape room and on the sidelines. So sometimes our criticism can seem a lot to To blase or author. Alice gibbs was another story because again i didn't know him but my criticism of gibbs was echoed so i felt justified by by an nfl. Europe line coach. I won't i won't go into names. But his team get lineman from the broncos and a couple of them became very very good players in the nfl lexus. Ben hamilton were both pro bowl offensive lineman but he told me that the broncos would call up jack now we know who the line coaches go and figure it out but and complain that he wasn't teaching the denver system. Blocking alex. gibbs was the master of the zone blocking run. And you think of all those thousand yard rushers that mike shanahan used to roll out air year some sixth row landis gerry anderson know terrell davis You know and get a thousand yards. That was all based on the zone. Blocking that alex gibbs taught ryan the runner had to be able to make one cut and go see where that whole was developing because it could be anywhere on the line because zone blocking. Is everybody pushing in one direction. And then finding the hawks right but what what. He didn't like about gibbs's blocking what i hated about. It was that they would chop bach guys from the back. And so if you're a center say and your zone blocking and the defensive tackle on your inside shoulder follows the zone down the lies. He's moving to. You're right you just take him out at the knees from behind. And that's a great way of breaking guys knees constantly and this line coach said to me. I've got guys here. Who are taking one last. Shot at the nfl. Young kids haven't been drafted guys who've been hung around for a couple of years without a chance. I'm not going to get. I'm not going to hurt some guy on another team. Who's doing that in for ten thousand dollars or whatever. They're being played paid..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:42 min | Last month

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Best of both worlds and the question then is what kind of an offense is. He going to adapt for the nfl. What he's brought darrow beverly. So what does that tell you. That's the next question. Not only daryll. But brian schottenheimer as quarterbacks coach now schottenheimer has been a run. I on offensive coordinator everywhere. He's been at remember. He replaced bebel at seattle run when they when they fired. Bebel after the super bowl they brought in schottenheimer and it didn't get them very far. So you know i think. I think the question is whether he wants his team to be run. First option in. Throw drafting travis. At signing carlos heidi played from it is state seems to indicate james robinson may not be the guy who does the primary carrying the way he did last year which means it means a different offense. So yeah i think i think he's going to get a lot of leeway obviously to to experiment and stuff but i also get the sense that he's going to let those guys take control of the offense quite a bit. Um and it'll be it'll be an interesting thing to say because he doesn't have a great group of wide receivers. they're either. You know just on paper. At least so i'm looking to see if they do something more forty niners style. More sean. Mcvay style van say pete carroll style or indeed urban meyer style. Because the one thing you get it when you're taking over jacksonville after coaching it. Ohio state. you don't have a built in advantage over every team you play. Maybe penn state or michigan or whatever. I can flip side of that is the expectation levels as much as they can be low in the nfl and time is up against you more than ever now to establish yourself as a head coach. But he's got time has this year unless it's an a cataclysmic off a cliff which is unlikely to be. Then he's got at least a couple years to get this right. Yeah and i was writing the nfc south and houston who have afc south afc south korea and houston. Who have all kinds of problems brought in a live fungible talent. Nick caserio doing that. Kind of two thousand and two bill belichick thing. They have a huge question. Because i don't think deshaun. Nobody thinks to shawn watson going to still be playing by the start of the season right. That's a major question for them. When blake bortles is on the market. I keep the role played with my head. Blake bortles somehow is gonna get shot in a super bowl. Maybe during the game when the stars that goes down and a few blake is gonna come. Good might be a great story on the love blazing. He never got to phone. That's already set the precedent right. So hey it's so. I if i were if i were a team with joe flacco say i would bring bortles in his backup and that would to me would make perfect joe. Flacco imagine if imagine aaron rodgers had been traded. Well let's talk about with some of the big stories of the. Did you ever think that that was a credible possibility. Rogers leaving green bay this off season. I didn't think it was a possibility if he was going to go to another team. I really didn't think green bay would give into that at this point. If he was finished with football it was. i also didn't think he was finished with football and know like everybody. Now they wanna be like the nba and go to a proven winner. You know and everybody on the all star team goes to one team so they can get a rig and the odd thing was if he looked at it seriously. The number of teams who had salary cap room and the need quarterback right potentially quarterback is san francisco was talking about trading you know before the draft trading jimmy and the three pick to to them but obviously that never happened. The list was pretty damn short mike about you. I was never really buying denver because the change in front office personnel didn't the draft is critical in this conversation. Right because once that passed and the wasn't done i think it was increasingly roaches would get moved but if it happened before the drive on draft night first night. I just can't see a new regime new front office in denver giving up the house for the next three years or whatever it would have been even our enriches it just it just felt unlike implausible to me and i don't think they would given up a big enough package to keep because the packers from their point of view the longer they kept him the higher the price scott. The greater the need would be as you came forward. The only thing working in denver was john. Elway and fall in love with aaron rodgers. Is he goes with many quarterbacks he might have wanted to pull out all the stops to bring him in but if one on the market by the way the elway discards club could get in a bus to indianapolis right now might not where the hell broke is if rogers wants a super bowl. Green is the best place for him they were. They were one bad decision by the coach. More or less from potentially getting to a super bowl you. They're not as bad as he was leading on. His receiving group is not as bad as he was leading on. They can use another receiver for sure. King had a terrible game against tampa. Obviously but the secondary's not anywhere near as bad as people thought they strengthen that so they've strengthened it. They could use. They could use a linebacker they had you know a draft and i think they'll be a little stronger there. They change defensive. Coordinators which is to me is very interesting because mike patents had a lot of success but but he's a guessing kind of guy. He's a risk taker. And when that goes right as didn't twenty nine thousand nine. They were top defense in twenty twenty as much less success when it goes wrong. It puts lots of pressure under secondary joe berry's of much more kind of control guy. You know he comes out of the comes out of the tampa system and rod marinelli's father-in-law's that detroit reporter who asked asks marinelli. If he thought he wished his started berry somebody else third berry was his defense and he'd never reported again buddy that but but berries worked in three four. So i think they'll be. They'll be kind of more set and that will probably help the defensive backfield and Do you think my on that basis then. A lot of people because of all the because of all the chatter juba a sleeping on green bay serious content defense they are. I think they absolutely are the lost. That bothered me. The most in green bay wasn't lindsey the center because they develop linemen really well and i think they'll have a solid line anyway but jamal williams simply because jamal williams is such a good receiving back out of the backfield. Not jones isn't but when you took him out and you put jamal williams in you. Had another guy who he caught like ninety percent of the passes thrown to and last year i think of kansas city when they have all that success raw rolling is out of the backfield hitting them downfield.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Right side demagoguery the backseat the high post floats the downloads deflected by Carlson stolen by you Tom read the hi lo fi but through the throat over the seven footer Carlson not a good decision baton dribbles right hands at the Jones quickly fights through a screen to stay within the gated left side to Alan on the way but he chases it down deep in the left corner Allen's their leading scorer twenty one a gain gotcha deep on the left side will be shoot got singles left awful pick hesitates moved to the left elbow diagonal pants to the right corner to Jones drives by quickly doubled on the M. line turnover Utah last sequence John Calipari up tolerate drive it drive it in the shooter at to route today they feel they can beat this team all the belts he wants to see his players drive at every opportunity the ticket most three minutes in Hagens driving right baseline pulls up from six in headset don't try to draw the charge me when he hit the deck and didn't get the call of the pagans wide open for a ten footer of the right baseline really should the well right now Jones downlink it's tripped up by Hagens we got away with one there Jones loses it out of bounds of turnover in Utah but a big quickly quick quick well many trips yeah quickly was committed to give help and his feet got caught so referees obviously thought that was incidental contact but be looked like Tripp five four Utah Hagen stop the circle double team picks up his dribble down to download a Richards any style Mike Carlson Hey give me that ball up high we're Richards could easily find it traffic are also picks up his second foul in the team's third Carlson's six foot ten or eleven Utah has what three guys six ten and above yeah so you're if you go throat you better throw it up there to make those changes that will six foot ten lahat June Richard freshman from Senegal.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"The block of course as well let's get all the plaudits being got seeing this whole tank thing I think is getting highly overrated because you know with with the strong arm but body the mind but he's much more reliable quarterback the bortles well yes and yes and no I mean I would near system if you have good beach I don't put anything Burger if you if you have really good men Vince will fork if I'm going to go to a barbecue if I'm going to cook out if I'm going to go to a picnic I want Vince and the Great Mike Carlson's Wednesday session cracking Walkman thank you calm Michelson fm where you can catch more of his stylings and I want to just promo that just a second because two of the Games I got wrong which Pittsburgh beating the chargers and the jets beating Dallas he actually said that I felt upset coming but I couldn't bring myself to pick it so Howard re cowardly Mike at at patreon.com that lasts off to the the spurs game we were sharing a cab back getting out of there and we had a game post rolling on our tablet in the back and we were talking about Cassia exit from Mike Before we get into ben is it's just a quick shout out to our friends dot com if you want to plan a trip stateside to a college game in NFL game a high school game or all of the above and they've got some really fantastic tailored packages as well so if the Games in London so far in the mood for more and you wanna go ahead of stateside across the Atlantic and get an NFL game up close and personal the guys to do go check it out that right then speaking a witch college football rolling up once again this weekend who better than get into that and look at the top five quarterbacks would you go with which college call Clayoquot Pasta presence if you a having a Bobby is towers have shush actionist but he also he also says he thinks he doesn't like tailgating and I think if he and he came around if he came around to mine Kookaburra I've got a very excellent Barbecue I had the other day Hulk Hogan Post on the George Foreman Grill some guy who was offering these aw that's all right let's get down to business top five quarterbacks coming through next year's draft and we were styling wiling to keep the The wrestling rolling with Mike earlier on he was talking about the heat cooling down a little bit.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Favorite spy over seventeen or eighteen points he was the the underdogs cover however I think it was like seven times out of eight against the dolphins specifically ords nanny game and just any and he just he and I don't think I think he's bill doesn't have bad John Harbaugh instinct of running up the score necessarily although Brady doesn't lie to come off the field not right but you can you can you can take that what you will with. Ci Yeah I was stood him as well. He wouldn't wanNA. He went to relinquish any reps. I'm sure tool what is going on in terms of the scoreline his firm Gaza Gaza says as neutral what possible good reason to the giants have for not giving the ball to Saquon way more than they did versus the cobblestones started in exhilarating fashion saquon. It would seem to tail off and he just wasn't given enough action what was going on that 'cause. They're chasing the game. was that the fool the opposition they think we're going to go with our best. I weapons have been go ahead. Go with someone else. you know if they had a better set of receivers I might I might say that makes a lot of sense but they're wide. Receivers are not particularly threatening Ebony Ingram is it you know is a good pass catching tight end but Barkley looked like he was you running in great form and I I'm surprised not that they didn't give him more carries with they didn't get him more involved in the passing game he's gone from. Ayman appreciate the the question aiming at the NC show if you WANNA fall asleep and vitamin throughout the course of the week and Alex and Tom and the guys on social media will be picking him up and we'll try squeeze him into to one one of the shows what is the NFL stance on tapping players up while still on the contrary different of course to to European football sense that it's not near as legislated. Is it yeah I mean. You're not supposed to there's not supposed to be any interference with the player while he's under contract which is why people were guessing that the Patriots might have contacted Antonio Brown before he was actually released by by Oakland and suggested he might WanNa come here the the reality is that generally know these things anyway his agent drew. Rosenhaus would have known that the Patriots were interested in Brown because they offered Pittsburgh a first round draft pick the year before before him you know when when he became available but print but Pittsburgh took a lesser offer because they did want him going to the Patriots knowing knowing the Patriots were annually their competition for a playoff spot you know or or a super bowl spot even so adult anyone needed to tell drew Rosenhaus at the Patriots would be interested in having a piffle now. Wait a minute yeah. I think yeah there are ways around ways around the rules. I think is what was saying. That seems to go going regularly just as it doesn't in European quite frankly all right. Thanks for all of those questions. I we're GONNA wrap up. Today's show with what we agreed top. Five free agency picks top five free the agents. It's it's an interesting list because and the guy at the top is the guy who it kind of pivots around because when the new free agency rules came came in when when players got free agency then it became a different kind of situation previously when when free agency was a kind of thing where you'd been ignored by other teams so oh my number by number five guys. Dion Sanders right right 'cause Dion went from Atlanta San Francisco and they wanna Super Bowl and then he went to Dallas and they want a super bowl. that's kind of hard to argue at number three is night train what about number four number four sorry scary. Zimmerman who came out of the USFL and and then went and played in two teams finally Denver and yet was was a for two decades he was he's on the all decade team in the NFL for two two decades plus he was all USFL a great free agency. Pick up There's a lot of guys obviously unless I like guys who no other teams didn't want and then came along guys like say Mike variable or John Randall but they didn't make the cut number three's night train rain lane. He was working in a factory in Los Angeles had his last Football Gig was with the Fort Ord team in the US army and he just went to the rams office with his scrapbook and said look. I can play football. Give me a chance and they worked out like one day and said Oh maybe about simpler times trying gets a double double dip on the show today yeah he does and number two is Johnny Nitis who was playing for the Bloomfield Rams in a semi pro league around Pittsburgh where they the fields were so bad they had to put oil on the field so the dust clouds didn't make the players invisible then he went to he had been cut by Pittsburgh he went a to Baltimore and obviously had huge career with them a number one is the guy who was really the first big signing when the new free agency came in when players were allowed to become free agents and put themselves on the market and that was Reggie White and Reggie white obviously came out of the US Sevilla's well with Philadelphia went to Philadelphia in the NFL and it was like Lebron James People forget that he he basically made a whole drama out of where he was going to sign and Green Bay was sort of like the least likely replaced shall we say quote Unquote Non Urban Situation the packers had misguided reputation and he went to Green Bay and obviously the result was instantaneous. he was dominant there. They won the Super Bowl there and you know I think that was probably the the biggest effect free agent of all time because it also also opened the door to other players who said Oh well. I can go to a team Green Bay. You know an and have a good time and put all their so reggie. White Outta sight the a trail blazer our site indeed. It's reassuring as well to hit. Johnny nights is one of the legends of the game was overlooked by so many people love stories and Reggie white nicknamed the Minister of Defense. That's another one you know. Nobody said hey minister but it was an integrate nickname anyway legendary stuff cracking work. I and Mike speaking of legendary stuff. It is brilliant tap you as part of the gang this season and if this was Wanna get into more of your stuff. The best goes your Paci on column right yeah. That's twenty Friday morning tight end column if you go to patch on dot com Mike Carlson. FM T. E. and I pick all the games every week. One game on Thursday obviously and then the rest of them come out on Friday. KRYSTOF will tweet that out as well and push it out across our different social media channels look forward to the latest column dropping and look forward to the latest episode dropping open next week each and every Wednesday throughout the season. I'm Mike Right here on the net game. Show cracking well. Thank you always a pleasure always a pleasure. We'll be checking in with Mike very very very soon. You can count on it took stuff from Mike as I say we'll roll out his patron. Call them so you can get involved with that across social media speaking of Columns My Espn Colin drops tomorrow Thursday on the website so head over to espn cater read that and again. We'll push that one out a- as good again to the browns this week and Talk Brown that's why I- sneakily shaved off the running order. Let's talk about it with my but I but I saved it. 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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I don't know question back to the theme park staff, if you had a choice between going to itchy and scratchy land or Duff gardens, which would you choose itchy and scratchy land with think gardens, but it's scratch land characters more characters there's more. You know, there's I p I love IP basically Disneyland. So you get that gardens kind of feels like I mean, they're playing Busch gardens universally thing. Then there's plenty of Disney references in that too. But yeah, it's a in that. Yeah. I like the IP Vicini scratchy more than the Duff IP. So you know, that's all I'm going on. I p here. That's that's good. And then all of the characters universe, which one. Do you think you relate to the most? Yeah. That is a good. I do feel like the older I get I do almost relate to Lisa more. Because as a kid, it's all like BART's, cool cool. And then I get a little older, I discovered homers Alaria. And then I don't relate to Bard or Homer later as much. I mean, EV you relate told them, but like Lisa is so relatable. And so especially those early episodes where it's like a little bit sweeter. Yeah. Her and barter having their sibling time now when I feel like she gets to be a kid the most like when she gets to just sort of stretcher legs and be a kid. Yes, I agree with you too. There's also plenty of because she has to be like this is actually what she's doing here. Like, a sixteen year old would. Second grade. It doesn't will. But I yeah. It's got to be flexible shows the going for a long time. Yeah. I the one thing I was going to real at about my life with the Simpsons I've been playing Simpson's tapped up for about eight years, and I feel like I might be one of the per- people who've spent the most time playing it 'cause I'm insane. And do it every day so much still enjoy it. Yeah. I am. I am a maniac though, who's like figured out systems. Like, we're talking about on the podcast like checking and like figuring out hacks. I have farms of quickie marts and houses to farm as many donuts as I can in the game. So big you feel very good very satisfied every day your credit card point guy. Yes. And the last couple years. I you feel like you have influenced me at least. I feel like I opened a new one just to accrue points after hearing you guys talk about it on the podcast. But I'm not at the point of of like, I knew that there are systems I've seen them on shark tank. Like, these founders that are creating software that like can kind of find all the point hacks for you. And I would did you. But I I'm feeling I'm close, but not quite there. But I'm living vicariously through you. And your your pointing Sanchez L helpers job. Yeah. Yeah. So where people find you online. And what would you like to plug.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Not listen. Finish that sentence. Don't finish that sentence. Speaking of things that you hear the favorite song of Jacqueline starts to play. And we hear burned say I specifically requested. No magic museum. And this is when we get them. This is boots. I love that the glass shatters, he's falls into the ground. And he's still says if he shouting. Then. Yeah. Wocka, sue, this ending this ending of this scene. Yeah. Basically, he gives Jacqueline an ultimatum of you know, the being with either mister burns or with him. And then, you know, she does that very feminist move of that she doesn't want to be with either. And then Abe his upbeat way. I love that. He goes. Well, that's good enough for me just grabs her and they run back they right outside and there's a school bus there. And then we get the full graduate moment of them at the end. And you know, we hear Hello darkness, my old friend. But they've changed lyrics to cram though, the sound of grandpa the sound of. And an autos driving the bus, and they ask him to turn down the music, and he says fat chance. Yeah. I love that. Because you really you really stay on the beat of like that amazing ending of the graduate. And they are making those faces just like in the movie, and then turned down that rack and. Yeah, I really love. I mean, the classic the real ending their referencing. I really love that being the end of any really romantic story, because it's you know, showing the reality of that choice. And you know, you never get to see that in the part twos. All I wanna do is watch that movie. Now, I know the Simpsons sin. So there could be one lesson that you learned from this episode either the conversation we had or lady as lover, what do you think that would be? That's a very good question. I think you know, you gotta play it cool, really? That's all that's the number one. Would you do glow in the dark messages on your dentures? No to me is a lot. Like the woman ended the Anna Jones, who writes, I love you. Oh, I've tried to do an end up. Just like you gotta use it. I primary ladies because otherwise. Tori. Typically, I would do that. I could do very good richer hands makeup. I've done it many times costumes, but it will be a channel that only has those two looks. I like that. I'd subscribe to that. Thank you. Julia. So do you have any final thoughts about this episode or any moment missed? No. I think everything that I was coming. In was like, we gotta talk about everything was covered. Specifically, we gotta have we gotta talk about the line what you had sex with that old woman. We got that. We got to the Nazi. I mean. Yeah. I mean. And you said that you didn't have a favorite favorite episode that comes to mind. No, really. I mean, just so much of it. So great..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"And the Wayne's world they end up with back to back. Yeah. I saw it was great. Yeah. So yeah, we get that happening in this scene. Where basically marched up until the very last moment is like elbowing her mom being I come on like, you know, bar is getting pushed onto the grounds. Because he accidentally dropped the ring. He wasn't even being a bad. Boy, therapists, and at that I love like how MRs bouviers just like fuck it. But I love the take down of like those really long church's, weddings. I think I don't remember if I just heard the names wrong or if Burns's sang them wrong. Please correct me. But what he interrupts Reverend Lovejoy into. We've heard enough about bless him. That's actually what he says. I wrote down sounds about right. And I feel the same way. When you go to this, really tricky, weddings. But I don't think I mean, I feel like those Turkey weddings are becoming kind of like outnumbered by all the quirkier ones. I've only been to very great short weddings feel like I'm wearing a lucky. It's the golden age of weddings, everybody. Everybody's divorcing themselves from God. Yeah. That is. What's happened? Decline. I feel like though, there is something fun about an hour. Long catholic? There's something insane about it. Because there's so much. Pageantry there's so much boring stuff. And hopefully, you're in like a nice looking church. Paying for it. You might as well, let's hear me a little bit before people get married. Yeah. I've been to just one of those kind of weddings, somewhat recently. And I feel like probably the best way to experience that if you are like just close enough to be invited to the wedding. But like further away from like, the actual people getting married that you can kind of have that kind of perspective on it. And just like look at, you know, the amazing stained class portrait's and just kind of lose yourself in that and go oh interesting in and then of course, the rest of the night is devoted to conversations around like how much money do you think they spent on who he Blee? That reminds me that ring was not that lavish for someone who is a millionaire. Also, I just realized that the condom joke means that Abe definitely doesn't use a condom because otherwise he would know what that is. Stare at the sun too much. I mean, he probably doesn't need to wear one one think about his. The problem with all these retirement homes. There's the highest rate true. I don't know if you this is actually now a very common joke it for these kind of like book club that movie that just came out. And I'm thinking specifically, I saw the trailer for that new movie poems, which is starring Diane Keaton in a bunch of other people and produced by the same people that produced book club, but like one of the first jokes in the trailer is like Diane Keaton moves into this retirement community, one of the other woman goes I was really hoping that you were going to be a man like there's been like a real dip in sausage in this. She likes. Just basic enough that you're like that's grocer that you censored it in a way. But yeah, that's the joke that old people still fuck guys. Jay do still fuck. I don't wanna hear it. Everybody's job is to tell one old person that they are friends with to wear condom, and we'll help people. We gotta try. Doing. Hear your people you have to name them. Now, the mayor of my hometown. Okay. You heard it here, Mary, you gotta you gotta wrap it up of you tweeting the mayor of your town. Retiring. A lot of sex time. Anyway, listen to the show with your kids, but they have to wear earmuffs..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I feel like as a kid there could be a horn is the wrong word because it's too grown up. But there's like a level of that feeling that you could have. But I think it's more about like really subtle nuance stuff. And that the anything above that line is just like weird. And makes you feel bad like Garth talking about how he used to climb the ropes in gym class. I thought it was really cute, and I had a crush on him for saying that. But I didn't know why for sure like the gratuitous sex scene as it is named not like could actually that gratuitous like that was kind of just like silly because they don't they're wearing their grows. He's joking around. But like anything of that? I think I would have hated. Absolutely. I think that like being a little. Lisa growing up. I was consistently. If I saw especially in the movie therapy like there are children present inappropriate. Also, if it's not played for a joke or giving us something else to it. I'm like, what is this really, exactly sure? Just tell me these people connect on an emotional level and move on to see this. I was interested to see who was on the groom's side of leading the way. Oh, yeah. It's just he tells what home tos Barney to go sit on the groom side to fill it out a little bit more on his only like one old Nazi sitting in ferns aside. Wearing the Kaiser helmet. That's another joke that I would definitely not have gotten as a kid. So I guess that's funny stuff funny for comedy. I liked just funny because doesn't only one person, but there's so many things as upset remembers laughing at the rhythm of totally it's like that one especially and then like all the references to like Jimmy Durante. It's all just like the rhythm of it. We loved it was hilarious. But I didn't know what. And then around here, I feel like maybe a child when those deep cut references. I started to understand what they were doing because it's all the graduate. And even though I had not seen the graduate as a child. I like head sort of, you know. Taken in through us, Moses, cultural smo-, just know what year was this. And what years wings were? Look up to. This is nine hundred ninety four to ninety three. So this would have sightly after. So I wonder do like do they just have to plan and nation foreign advanced they just both want to do this at the same time like. Funny funny. I will say my personal connection to this specific seen is when my husband, Mike, and I got married we got married at the silent movie theater. And so our rest in peace asylum theater. I hope it comes back, but we cut together scenes from some of our favorite movies to play before walking down the island all that stuff. And the first bit is from Lisa's wedding and maggie's about to speak, and then, you know, Hugh comes in and goes to the wedding has been called off. And then you know, and then like going through all the stuff, but I have both the MRs booby eighth thing..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I want to say something really quick because it's fresh on my mind, but if yell aren't following Matt Selman and all the other Simpsons writers on Twitter yeller making a mistake. But he recently tweeted, just like a little like apple notes, doc of like different terms that they, you know, toss around the Simpsons writers room, and there's one that's going to be forever burned in my brain. And it's called shrug. Oh when a character says a line while shrugging, that's what they call. It. Shrug. Oh, I love it so much. There's so many other great ones on their turn example. I don't know just. Just. No. There wasn't an exhibit. Look out for keep an eye out. Yeah. But yet, let's show. We just get into this episode. Sure. So it starts off with with the crusty show. I always start by watching an actual TV. I want to also note the TV room in this episode is weird. I was gonna say living room looks weird. Yes. So I love the very complicated relationships. It's crusty continues to have with all of his sideshow characters. And I love that. For some reason, it's demeaning to melt have to orchestrate or conduct monkey orchestra. I think that that's the utmost like skilled maestro would be the monkey maestro. I think would be like that you want to adopt forward. I think it's I think had that one monkey not fucked it up it would have been like triumphant feet. Like, I want to write that story. Thank you should. But basically one of the monkeys isn't doing a very good job. Singing and gets poked in the eye, and that leads him and the other monkeys to attack Mel the sound effects that are happening during that are truly disgusting. I'm unsure if we all have asked them are we all love to study sound, but it's it's really key. And it made me very uneasy study sound I left his study sound back in your apartment. Just where? It's usually Nadia clip. Yeah. I enjoy that. Nobody I agree. And it's funny because you know, as we've talked about a lot on the show. You also know it's Bill Oakley Josh Weinstein episode because it has monkeys like at minute to they monkeys. It's one of the top funniest things that you can do in in comedy. But we have the beginning of this episode focusing on Maggie and having it be her birthday is you know, that very classic sort of Simpson's way in that doesn't at all really connect to what the bulk of this episode was about, but I I love how it connects so organically where you know, we have mcghee's birthday, of course. And that the whole family has to come over which includes both Abe Simpson and Jacqueline Bouvier Marge's mom, and I love the gag at the beginning where you know, grandpa doesn't even get the right house, and he's knocking on a neighbor going the juries. Juries kit figure things out. Mean I also really love the fact that this is the episode where we learned that maggie's kind of a bitch because she doesn't get along with the other babies, and I believe we are getting our first appearance of the one eyed. Chiro? So funny. I I love Lisa's lines livery, and I will also say like, I think five obviously loves up until eight. And then how long you go after that is everyone's personal preference. But five it's it's been going on for five years, which is a really good spot. Because the voice acting is still so good like, you know, I'm not saying they phoned it in, but like they just have so much in their performances here. And I think like Lisa's performance or not well, you get it. But like the way that Lisa says like we didn't invite the other babies Maggie doesn't get along with the other babies so good Mike and just such an excellent story there, even if they hadn't pointed to Gerald you would have been like what happened..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"So as we mentioned up top, we are now deeper into our podcast where you know. Maybe this wasn't your first choice or maybe it was. But in either case, why did you choose this episode to talk about today? Oh, it is. Because like everything was crossed out and on the list, and I was like going through stuff. And I was like which one do I really like, and I was trying to think of like jokes. And then I went, oh, yeah. There's a bunch of jokes. I like in this one. Yeah. I don't I don't even really have a favorite necessarily. But it's the ones everyone likes. I'm not special. I don't have like. Oh, wow. What a great poll. It's all the same. What is your relationship generally with the Simpsons? Oh, it's like the that this Saturday alive and everything was like though for like, oh my God funny. It's funny. The greatest thing and repeating jokes to get. There was a kid. I knew who couldn't watch the Simpsons and try to tell him jokes. And I think it was really bad to not have him. Listen. But like, I would tell. Let's tell your mom about this funny joke, and maybe she'll let you watch. It didn't work. Got some early performing kind of experience. And I'm sure yeah. Like, yeah. Of course, I was performing jokes. Yeah. I think for sure it was like, obviously, many people learn like references from it. And then years later, actually know what the references finally mean. But yeah, there was just it was I was obsessed with it. I realize now watching watching a couple of years probably I realized that so many of the jokes with grandpa are. So mean, just very mean and like, but those are very funny still like the CIA the joke. I think is the Grandpa's coming to the wedding. And they say, I don't know he just got his RSVP at a check to the gas company. So funny. It's so mean, so I think maybe as a kid I liked all that mean humor a lot. So I do like grandpa stories, and he's very funny character. So Josh have an adoration and respect that they have for elders both like older kind of gruff voice actors specifically. But the reason the Simpsons kind of is so masterful is that they have twenty different types of old people Jasper is very different from Monty burns. And in this case, we realized that differences between Abe and Monte and even. Just the fact that like a and Jacqueline are being put together simply because they're old and lonely March has hard time finding out like finding any commonalities that they could even have, you know. And I think shows like okay, like they might be making fun of it. But they could still understand like they're humans that just didn't tie, right. How I refer to adults when I'm just like we're really just kids that haven't died yet. Say this all the time. It helps me empathize with assholes in front of children though. Well, they should just try to keep from dying in that should be their one and only priority but back to this. So sent me that we like to do. I don't know if this is a full blown segment, I'm calling it that a segment we liked to do on this show is that we like to for people that haven't watched this episode. A while we like to read the synopsis from Wikipedia ice cold could be good could be bad. Usually. It's usually bad in the episode..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I was waiting for the and it was directed by west Archer in the shorter at the time was David Mirka where those Marquette's those Merck heads at okay up top happy birthday Magaji. I just wanted to say happy birthday to everybody to you. Allie into everybody listening at home, and we'd better hurry. Because this episode of our podcast could be our last jokes. I wrote down to say up. I love it. I think that's great. Yeah. I I mean, it's been a minute since we have talked about I feel an episode from the season. What are your general feelings about season five as opposed to other seasons around this era? I think it's excellent. Isn't that I've is wonderful five is so good. It's it's very silly. But grounded, and it is the same number that Homer fears could be on his children's hands. Right. We'll get into that. Yes. He's in private great. I love this episode so much, and I think it's often overlooked, and I like that our podcast forces people to find a favorite in a list that gets increasingly small premise of our podcast is shifted slightly. Go deeper and deeper that it's no longer the favorite favorite or we could be wrong. Our guest can tell us an and let's introduce our cast. Let's just jump in. Yes. You know him. He is a writer and performer and also we co host of the very popular and fun pop podcast podcast the ride. Please welcome Mike Carlson. Hi, thank you for having me. Thanks. Thank you. We can't wait. Yeah. We don't have to wait you wearing Mickey Mouse shirt, which seems on brand it is. Yeah. Even before the show, though. Even before we started doing the podcast, I own twelve for the Mickey clothes. You're a collector. Yeah. I collect shirts and toys and memories. I I don't know. Treasure trove. My brain. Let's talk about our shirts. I'm wearing a Marx brothers shirt that my dad made for me like an iron on made from her. It is. It's just them knows EPO. It's only the only three good ones and funny Zepos, actually excellent. Would sometimes go would actually do some of the graduate performances and people didn't know anyway. Julia tell us about your shirt, I'm wearing your shirt that's a reference to kids in the hall sketch. It just has Mark McKinney as his, you know, classic character. I'm going to call him the head crush art enough. He ever got a name. But it says I'm crushing your head. And you're wearing Mickey Mouse sweatshirt. Yeah. Talk about your shirt underneath that, Mike. If honestly, you know who's on it. Mickey. Southern california. Mickey. Yeah, they're both like vaguely vintage is that truly vintage the no no that's like JC Penney from three years ago dollars. But it's looks it's applica- poor-quality shared. I think so at aged very quickly. So it makes it look like I've had for a long time. But you're honest about it, and that's amazing. Yes..

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"mike carlson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Great. By the Blackhawks all starts. Point. He's working his legs dorm one side to the other just tufted offense. Betcha king did the other night. Drops his shoulder here flurry and dropping his shoulder. That means he's going to fire. The puck for catcher Kane is so good. He just purrs rate across the wheelhouse of debrincat who picks up as you mentioned his second of the game. Seventh of the season on the citgo fueling good power. Play the power play. To power play goals for the third time this season in a game. Debrincat from Kane and Gustafsen the goal at seven twenty three three one hawks. Here's camp the center ice moves the puck in over the Vegas line along the left boards, Brandon Saad back out there has it spends it behind the biggest up the nearside patch ready hit by passes the puck out to carry at center ice dumping off the right corner boards hawk zone. Marsha so got the waves behind the hawk net. Saad had escaped marshes. So pulls it out outlet point Theodore to the right point to England who fires a shot. That's why the hawk net. Murphy high stick from Marcia. So neither referee Kadett. How the puck Senate from the right wing corner. Mike Carlson, actually period through the crease and wide. Here's camp. The other way for the hawks up the left wing shot. The puck out over the center ice circle England steps out for Vegas moves Martius over the hawk line left wing. He put it in front of the hawk net. Dalstrom there for the hawks spins it on the left boards facade. Back to dolphin beside the net returns that they had the side stop through center ice crossing the Vegas line strip to the puck. Thereby by Cody Eakin, quick pass Oscar Lindberg over the hawk line down. Shot well over the net around the boards and out the center ice Golden Knights were changing adventures with a pass ahead for Ryan carpenter at the hawk blue line. The Golden Knights are offsides. It's now. Three one in favor of the hawks with eleven oh eight left in period. Number two. This is Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN you dream about. Teamwork. Fight songs and epic battles on the field. Now make that year reality with the Air National Guard with world class training, Google coach you to be excellent in all you do if.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"This next podcast was named Twenty-eight teens best podcast for aspiring comedians by vulture, not because it talks about how to succeed but about how to fail the need to fail with Don. Finale features comedians and entertainers at the top of their game talking about all the rules. They didn't get all the shows. They bombed all the times the shit and their dreams felt more elusive than ever and how they persevered through those times and the following clip, Don talks with comedian writer improviser, Neil, Casey. So you kept your car, you have your car in New York, go my car in New York, and then I thirty days to figure out like where I'm gonna live and what's going on. And the answer was ended up being that I lived nowhere for five months. Wow. And. I packed. I threw a ton more shit. I got a storage unit over on the west side highway for the stuff I kept that wasn't in my car. And then I was homeless for from April of twenty twelve until September of twenty twelve or mid August of twenty twelve when I moved into the coach's room that I rented with grant O'Brien, Mary, and Lenin just good people there, right? And part of it was like, I called it. A was it was like you'd say. Controlled homelessness because my thinking was if I if I can just there's some places I needed to be including. The torque oh trip to Carolina Williamstown theatre festival where I teach improv classes in the summertime my family, rents a beach house in June. So there was like if I could just cover this week's then I basically wouldn't need to pay rent for like I thought like three months that ended up being a little over four. What did you do? Did you do this? I ju- stay I stayed at my brother's a little bit a couple of nights. But he just had a bedroom. Did people know did you tell anybody about the people I asked to stay with? I did. Yeah. But no one else now nobody else knew because Hines, and I were doing our show that anytime Hines that I would do small men. I would stay at his house tonight before right? And I'd sleep there. And then we would. But did you tell him, okay? You like my closest friends new, right? And I say hindsight my brothers. I stated damn blacks one time. I stayed above bands. Right time. Right. These are all right in Manhattan. Yeah. Yeah. Kinda kinda keep it that way. I leave at the green point YMCA for a little while with a lot of a lot of guys where are you mentally during this are you are you determined or are you like fucking low? Well, I was throwing I in in retrospect, I believe that what I was doing was I was eliminating absolutely everything that I had going on in my life. So that I could like reboot the few things that I think would actually work. Another very exciting addition forever dog this year was the beloved cold sensation podcast. The ride a show about theme. Parks hosted by three childless men in their thirties. Mike Carlson.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"This next podcast was named Twenty-eight teens best podcast for aspiring comedians by vulture, not because it talks about how to succeed but about how to fail the need to fail with Don. Finale features comedians and entertainers at the top of their game talking about all the rules. They didn't get all the shows. They bombed all the times the shit and their dreams felt more elusive than ever and how they persevered through those times and the following clip, Don talks with comedian writer and improviser Neil, Casey. So he kept your car. You have your car in New York on my car, New York. And then I thirty days to figure out like where I'm gonna live in what's going on. And the answer was ended up being that I lived nowhere for five months and. I packed through a ton more shit. I got a storage unit over on the west side highway for the stuff I kept that wasn't in my car. And and then I was homeless for from April of twenty twelve and till September of twenty twelve or mid August of twenty twelve when I moved into Nikko cher's room with that I rented with grant O'Brien, Barry, and Lenin just good people there, right? And part of it was like, I called it. A was it was like you'd say controlled homelessness because my thinking was if I if I can just there's some places that needed to be including. The the torque oh trip to South Carolina Williamstown theatre festival where I teach improv classes in the summertime my family, rents a beach house in June. So there was like if I could just cover this week's then I basically wouldn't need to pay rent for like I thought like three months that ended up being a little over four. What did you do? Did you do this? I ju- stay I stayed at my brother's a little bit a couple of nights. But he just had a bedroom. Did people know did you tell anybody about the people? I asked to stay with did. Yeah. But no one else knew nobody else knew because Heinsohn. We're doing our show anytime Hines that I would do small men. I would stay at his house the night before. Right. And I'd sleep there. And then we would. But did you tell him? I don't have. Okay. My closest friends new and I say, hi state. My brothers. I stayed at Dan blacks, one time, I stayed above bands. Right time. Right. These are all right in Manhattan too. Yeah. Yeah. Kinda kinda kinda keep it that way. I lived at the green point YMCA for a little while with a lot of a lot of old guys where are you mentally during this? How are you are you determined or are you like fucking low? Well, I was throwing I in in retrospect, I believe that what I was doing was I was eliminating absolutely everything that I had going on in my life. So that I could like reboot the few things that I think would actually work. Another very exciting addition to forever dog this year was the beloved cold sensation podcast, the ride a show about theme. Parks hosted by three childless men in their thirties. Mike Carlson.

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"mike carlson" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlson" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"This next podcast was named Twenty-eight teens best podcast for aspiring comedians by vulture, not because it talks about how to succeed but about how to fail the need to fail with Don. Finale features comedians and entertainers at the top of their game talking about all the rules. They didn't get all the shows. They bombed all the times the shit and their dreams felt more elusive than ever and how they persevered through those times and the following clip, Don talks with comedian writer and improviser Neil, Casey. So he kept your car. You have your car in New York on my car, New York. And then I thirty days to figure out like where I'm gonna live in what's going on. And the answer was ended up being that I lived nowhere for five months and. I packed through a ton more shit. I got a storage unit over on the west side highway for the stuff I kept that wasn't in my car. And and then I was homeless for from April of twenty twelve and till September of twenty twelve or mid August of twenty twelve when I moved into Nikko cher's room with that I rented with grant O'Brien, Barry, and Lenin just good people there, right? And part of it was like, I called it. A was it was like you'd say controlled homelessness because my thinking was if I if I can just there's some places that needed to be including. The the torque oh trip to South Carolina Williamstown theatre festival where I teach improv classes in the summertime my family, rents a beach house in June. So there was like if I could just cover this week's then I basically wouldn't need to pay rent for like I thought like three months that ended up being a little over four. What did you do? Did you do this? I ju- stay I stayed at my brother's a little bit a couple of nights. But he just had a bedroom. Did people know did you tell anybody about the people? I asked to stay with did. Yeah. But no one else knew nobody else knew because Heinsohn. We're doing our show anytime Hines that I would do small men. I would stay at his house the night before. Right. And I'd sleep there. And then we would. But did you tell him? I don't have. Okay. My closest friends new and I say, hi state. My brothers. I stayed at Dan blacks, one time, I stayed above bands. Right time. Right. These are all right in Manhattan too. Yeah. Yeah. Kinda kinda kinda keep it that way. I lived at the green point YMCA for a little while with a lot of a lot of old guys where are you mentally during this? How are you are you determined or are you like fucking low? Well, I was throwing I in in retrospect, I believe that what I was doing was I was eliminating absolutely everything that I had going on in my life. So that I could like reboot the few things that I think would actually work. Another very exciting addition to forever dog this year was the beloved cold sensation podcast, the ride a show about theme. Parks hosted by three childless men in their thirties. Mike Carlson.

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