18 Burst results for "Momon"
"momon" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"So let's break one of those so we we're off to the races and you know it wasn't this formal discussion of like i would like to pluck this idea. And this idea from your pitches. It was just like kind of going with the flow of what you know al determined. We needed to break a room. And of course like it goes without saying that it is a well oiled machine over there. They've been doing it for multiple decades so you know like they know what their patterns are with that and especially al knows like how to take the certain ideas that are going to be best for a simpson story invest for an episode. i received. Some advice from tim long front of the show tim long before. Because i was freaking out. And he gave me great advice where he said you know when you're coming into pitcher ideas or you're writing about springboards. Just make sure that they feature the core family He said he doesn't which those are his words. Not mine right. he's basically just. She's somewhere between disco. Stu and smiling i and yeah just that it had a beginning middle and end that it was. That felt simpson's in a way that you know is like irrefutable. And of course you know having watched so many episodes of the show and been such a super fan wasn't a matter of like you know i feel like i'm just aping simpson's tone whatever anything so it wasn't about aren't we all. Yeah so i received that advice and that was very helpful and then coming into the room it was really me just as a passenger with al. You know driving the ship. And i was joined by other writers. Mike reece's there. He just in from new york he. You know before covid fluid for a day of the week every week which is so insane to me is so crazy like i know other people that are commuter writer. People like that i mean not many. It's just so wild cool. It was wild to have them there. Joel. h cohen was. There and john frink was there. I'm guessing. I never got to confirm with him. But i'm guessing the namesake of professor frank which felt like professor frink was there with me But they were all really lovely and really supportive and so. I think i'd just like flop sweat. My way through presenting my ideas that i'd submitted to al before and then he kind of guided from there where we would you know break in in what would fill out the episode and it was like really smooth process of like okay. What's it called. Okay it's called this okay and then what happens okay. This and it just felt it was really wild watching that process for them especially without like he's such like it feels like the way that he approaches. Creativity is in a very mathematical. makes sense. 'cause i know from his appearances on our show that like. He was a math major at harvard. And so it just felt very like okay and then this this a needs to meet this be divided by the sea and it was just really wild to see a story unfold in that way and have it be like in all the choices were correct like. Oh you know for the toy gory needs to you. Know like the switch needs to happen here and then the toys need to happen here and then you know this and that yeah i just feel. I feel so indebted to that room of other writers who while i was like freaking out and probably being way too quiet. We're filling in this space with their brilliant jokes and pitches and just really elevating those ideas to feel like they were actually achievable. But not only that but like really exciting. And so yeah. I don't know i've been blackrock. Them there are. There are a few things that i would have hoped to see in julia. Episode one of them hans momon which we got a quite fantastically this morning for calling. Yeah i definitely would have wanted to see mill house. And i think that the mill house Appearance in toy gory is i think. Maybe one of my favorite moments from and having a puppy. Google parents i. I think that. I'm not sure how directly you are involved with the return of puppy goo goo and the thing of a frog prince but that was very fun as a fan. This a lot of fun fun call. Yeah i have to credit the simpsons writers for those specific detail. But but still happy and other thing that i would have wanted in a simpsons. Episode is I feel like gil. I felt like was very amazing to see. And then of course to see that you got to have a whole segment that was dedicated to lisa was like just the coolest thing and the thing i was the most excited about and i actually shout of this So julia a few of our friends were at a Socially distanced completely safe outdoor viewing at a brewery when the episode aired and when horny. Marge made an appearance..
"momon" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"FM and the News Watch continues this portion sponsored by Momon law injury attorneys There are millions being spent on the campaign for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. The argument is Thorn between concerns about the needs of the economy and the actions of politicians. Businessman Tony Duncan with the coalition to stop the tax hike. Amendment, say amendment backers wanted graduated income tax approved so that the state lawmakers, Khun Raise taxes any time they want on anyone They want. A problem that we have is the spending that goes on, and this is more power to do more spending. There's hundreds of ways to fix the budget without ways raising attacked, but Quentin folks director of vote Yes, For fairness, says That's just a smokescreen by people behind the opposition who don't want to pay their fair share. You have some of the wealthiest organization in the wealthiest individuals who are opposing this, but also what their opposing it they're saying. You know what we should do. Instead, we should implement sales taxes. We should implement retirement taxes on seniors. We should raise the current flat tax. Tony Duncan denied that but would not name any of the hundreds of ways he suggests to fix the budget and folks pounds they have no alternatives yet. They opposed anything that we that if Greg people and they just bash it down, it's not funny when they're talking about. They agreed to disagree. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM, and we'll have more both sides on the at issue program Coming up at 9 30 this evening news time. 5 52 J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making the right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right decisions.
"momon" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And I'll be okay and so now. I really do want to believe that Steven is the mole and he's just hyper anxious about it. I think it's a great story lines of follow if that is the case. I don't want even more. I think that would probably be me, but oh no the mall to crash! All right, so we go through the list Henry volunteers to go first screen. Stephen's Green Gyms Green Wendy's read. Read read bad way to go. Walked out in the stockade. At least she's got the stockade off. But that's a tough. That's a tough episode for Wendy to go home on. After she wore a stockade for at least like you want to call that six hours for sure, yeah, can we I want to rewind the tape here because I think. Once Wendy ascertained that the rest of the group had not done her tasks I think she was re to remove the stockade. When they're cutting off, Kate's casts plural. There is a shot of Wendy. It's like right after Anderson is showing. Okay, it's twelve. Oh Four! The day is over. And she's not wearing it. When I thought she was still in there for. A length of time that was noon. Time sure in a stockade lumbering down the street for five minutes. It's five minutes too long and. so a raw deal I'm sad. I liked Wendy a lot and she was great in this episode. This the mall was unbelievable and just so many incredible things happen like. Someone got thrown into the stocks and executed on the mole. That is the thing that happened for sure. and not to mention. Thrown in the air with Bible. Lest we forget I missed that I think I gotta go back in. I need to go watch it about ten more times. What what is the Simpsons Han? Hans Momon getting hitting the junk with the football. This this wins an award for sure. This is definitely an award winning. All right well, that's episode. Three of the mole which takes us into episode, three of the Mole Patrol Quiz Jessica lease. Okay well. We're doing things a little bit differently this week. There are no winners and losers this week. There are no right and wrong answers. God because inspired by this week's episode. We are going to do a little rolling of the dice. No on what I have here. Naked on a podcast. Well nobody can see you josh. Dollar Patriots doing it, we're boosting up the tears. That's going to be a six-figure entry fee. At least. I think so. Well, we're looking to that wealthy patrons who wants to see Josh? Roll the dice and get naked. Give us seventy five thousand dollars, and we'll make or higher zero onto that all right, and then I'm and then I'm in. The shirt for seventy five thousand. I'd consider okay I think about I know you can be bought. I'm definitely by. We just need to get to the right figure. A punchline, a really tasteless joke..
"momon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Although this music comes to us from Australia, was actually written by a Norwegian 12 string guitarist named Kim Mir. He specializes in longer form. Explorations have sound often on a re tuned instrument. But here he collaborates with the Australian art Orchestra. On an album called Vesper that was specifically made to be heard late at night, so it has a kind of muted dark color to it. It's actually one of a number of new releases that we got this month from Norway. Just strangely enough, I mean, two of them are related the guitarist Stein or Hime? And the Fiddler Ireland Up set. The two of them have played with each other and share band members, and they both released new things. We also got new music from a Nigerian born bass player and Afro Brazilian quartet based in London, and to begin a bit of music from an Iranian singer who lives in the Bay Area. Although she recorded her album in Norway as it happens, I'm John Shaffer. Glad you joined us for our monthly new releases. Addition of new sounds, we do this at the end of each month. And we will begin with masa dot She is an Iranian singer. We've heard her in the past, performing with the Kronos Quartet and with her sister Marianna. But her latest album is a collaboration with the Norwegian pianist or Gustavsson, whose own trio has played here. Here. I'm going to stay here in our studio. I'm in my home so They've certainly not played here. But they're in our WN life. See studio anyway, so tour Gustavsson helps mas Avada on this new record called enlightened the night. We'll hear the beautiful title track from that record, and then we'll hear a band called Let Drumbeat. This is a quartet for women percussionists who are based in London, but who played kind of Afro Brazilian flavored music. They are actually from Brazil, West Africa, Scotland In France, the four members of let drumbeat They're collaborative record is called Lucia, which means full moon and from it will hear a tune called Guara, and they will wrap up the set, with the duo calling itself turning jewels into water. That's valve, Jonty. She's originally from Haiti and known mostly for electronic music and percussion. And the Indian born ravish Momon Cosmopolitan duo. Their album is called Our Reflection adorned by newly formed stars. There's a baroque title for you. We'll hear a piece called swirl in the water from from this duo called turning Jewels into water. From from their new album at the end of the set, but will begin in Norway with this Persian singer Musavat dot and her album called Enlightened the Night..
"momon" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"And what it, it was pretty hard already. But I think it's good that, that kind of pushing on China, make it. Yeah, a bit harder every year in seventh level. So I'm quite excited. Hi. ST Momon Paseo and the woman's to a will be the most exciting race of the year. Maureen ham Lonnie from from drops sport stretch on this race. I think the women's tool will be the best race in the world of game. I think there's a lot being harder. And I did sense, genuine apprehension from some of the goes, and like any stage race. We got take one stage at time. Yeah. Who was expecting unexpected. So I think the only thing I would say is it's going to be the most professionally run race in the world. And I'm last year's over energy, women's tour winning the women's tour, this year will be really hard. It's funny because it's not so many spinners here. I think very many pure spooners. I think they're really banking it to be a pretty hard race. But I think in my place in my favorite harder as I like to show the bigger sprinter. So I think it works caver and I just have to keep surviving. My name is Davy wondering, I'm from Hobart, I think, do almost doer is going to be a real really hard. I'm looking for too difficult. If the race it's also they're very long stages. Hannah vows from sham racing team. The women's toll will be aggressive. I'm Marie on the voice racing for CC live and the women's through our will be one stuff exciting battle. I think it's interesting that the raises one day longer and harder than ever. But yeah, the ride is always make race. So it doesn't really matter how tough it is. It will be tough. Anyway. Tiffany, Cromwell Kenitra racing to will be exciting challenging hod victorious. It's always challenge the peleton more and more wins to have definitely ever you tried to step it up. Stotka much less challenging on guess. Mates. You make it more difficult. So then everyone wants to bring a game and similar support behind it so much the organization's top notch. So I think it's great unite. It's definitely for a lotta goes daunting. I doubt..
"momon" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"O T, as Joe p dot com to, to, to do with who happen TD Jalen rose in elderly couple in Oklahoma was behind legal, Oklahoma home. They're just hanging out by themselves. They were in a sexual situation and. Sue flame thrower was involved. However, this literally routinely doer was involved. They use a World War, Two, flame thrower. While they get down to judge whatever makes you happy people, what they want, you know, and something went wrong. Napalm was released and they burned down their home. Jalen, I have a lot of questions about this. First question is have you ever used a flame thrower in a sexual situation? I have never used a flame thrower in a sexual situation. But I have a complete explanation of what took place in this scenario. Oh you currently, and he's the first you hearing of this, and, you know, exactly what have you noticed the whole thing. No doubt about it. So I'm currently in San Francisco known an amazing rooftop. Guess what the name of this hotel is the Virgil. Okay. The virgin. And let me tell you something that I'm not of urgent. So as a happily married, man that has a couple of kids. I just want to say this. Did you say lava? K from the flame. Thrower. Napalm came from all. Yes. Napalm yesterday policies to World War, Two they'll just use flame. Throwers this coupling Oklahoma they like throwback play, you know. They all saying something. Let me just say something. As somebody that's been his forces entire life, the hat to teeth in his mouth, but bad scared, but I was really telling in class. I was an honor, roll student and I just happen to be on the vascular team. We want three city championships, two state championships one national championship. You don't think I'll be spitting hot lava and napalm for twenty five years out here in these streets. Atomic bombs, you do spit hot lava and napalm out in the streets. But do you do it in the sheets? No doubt about it. And the thing is. So, so you got you got you got to look at the roster people are able to assemble and you ask yourself. Did that person out kick their coverage, will you look at me in my bride ninety five percent of people say she knows his name, she gave him her phone over? She actually married de full how you think that half? See twelve years younger than me, high thing happen. Napalm. They got jump up in you. You think I jump up and all of a sudden two minutes later? We're love it. Don't work like that. Well, I will say this hot lava napalm, atomic bombs, a beef fifty two bomber. I'm very open to a lot of new things trying things. But the flame thrower. No, not the flame thrower. I'm john. I've drawn the line at the Flints over, if my wife my wife shows up with the flame thrower. I'm out. I'm out. I'm drawing the line, right? Koby. I'm open to allow a lot of new things. Marriage fresh, no flame thrower. That there was a, there was a period of time in my nickname in the sheets was Colin Powell. I don't even want over his dad was in the White House. I don't even want an explanation, but was this job. Secretary of defense. Ladies. Listen up tomorrow is Wednesday. And we like to celebrate Momon women crush Wednesday. So we need you right now to pick up the phone and call nine eight five eight zero. Jalen, because lately Reggie has said that we are not getting the volume of be male callers that we normally get now Reggie also admitted that he doesn't listen all the messages that might be related, but Reggie will promise that he will listen to all of the voice mails. So we can celebrate the more intelligent more respected kinder superior gender of our species. Probably tomorrow. So ladies right now, the phone, call ninety five eight zero Jalen today. We're taking all callers like this. Right. So I'm here. I'm calling from. I just wanna shout out the whole fast. I listen to this every morning, I try to do just leasing a better mood..
"momon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I am not going to go so far as to say. That any decent person. Well, you wouldn't be a decent person. If you're glad these things were happening. But I'm not going to preface by saying. They're they're law-abiding, folks. Happy about this stuff because it's good for their business. Obama sold a lot of guns because what people thought might happen. He sold a law. The guns. Everyone sees themselves as. That person who could do the right thing if it was needed to be done. A lot of those folks are. Getting mad and spontaneously become in the bag there. Go Tanny prison. Talk to someone who is in there. For a gun related crime. Ask them. Would you handle it differently? Today, if you if you had a second chance. Because that's one thing. Bullock's aren't big on his second chances. And it's it's not always a gun. The spore woman. I don't have her name. I don't have her name. I've never seen her face. I just know that she died horribly. Momon found stabbed to death. North hill last night. Thing is I could. I could give you bad news all day long and never repeat the same story. That's how much is going on in the way of. Evil behavior. I was gonna say deviant that doesn't cover it. Yes, it is deviant to murder someone, but it's much much more much much more than that. There are folks. All of them are likely to listen to a station liked WB. That believe that emotions are playing too large a role in public policy. And they may be correct. About it playing too much of a role, but you see that can be bad or good depending on which emotions drive us. The reason folks tired of hearing about your feelings with regard to policy. Is because they don't share your particular pain. If you're a parent of one of the cease so hard to say to yourself. Well, as long as there's evil in the world, nobody was world in in this world as long as they're people. So hard for you to tell yourself that that. Nothing can be done to prevent the next one. You know, you don't have time sheen. You've never been more aware in your life that you can't go back. You've never been as a wear. As you are following tragedy that there's no going back. Emotion is going to be. Factor in any issue regarding humans because humans are emotional creatures. We need to decide which emotions are going to drive us, which emotions are in charge. Right now. Hatred on one side and fear on the other. We can do better. We can. But we can't have done for us. It doesn't matter. Who's in charge? When something like this happens. People can talk about heated rhetoric and all this stuff. This is about people being spoiled. This is about people growing up with the world that their fingertips and any inconvenience is an affront, and they feel entitled to take out anything in their way because they're.
Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax
"Invited. Taylor ends from the Atlantic magazine to come into our offices and watch this video with me. Yeah. I saw this before. Mall gonna kill you. So what happens in this video to physically? There's this little girl. She's really cute. She's swaying back and forth. And she's singing this song. Like mama's gonna kill you. If you see hill in the hallway see will kill you, mama. Momon isu- kill you. That's it. This little girl. She looks like she's in a school uniform. She's clutching a stuffed animal, I think it's a great FOX with the big pink bow on it. This is my six year old almost seven year old daughter. That knows all the words to the song because she has seen it on YouTube. And then the mom kind of filming pulls away, and is basically like this is the warning to all parents, tell your children not to listen. That's right. We know that Momo can't hurt you. Right. That's right. I mean, when I even as I cannot help it role is at this point. I have all these crazy messages from parents this week telling me like Nomo is real she actually hacked my child's Facebook page, and it's like, no, she there's that's not even a thing over the last few months Momo has become a kind of internet boogeyman a creepy face spliced into YouTube videos for kids with bulging eyes, a stretched out smile. Pictured a little girl from the ring with exaggerated features parents in some of these videos, avoid dares kids to harm themselves or harm others. They call it the Momo challenge I've seen these types of videos for over a year since it first went viral over a year and a half ago about you publish an article basically saying MoMA was a hoax. Yeah. Well, it's I mean, it's an urban legend might be a better word for it. It's not real. It's like slender man or something. Tillers Momo's hoax because there isn't any evidence that kids are actually following Momo's instructions just a lot of freaked out. Parents it's crazy. How many people just flat out will not leave it or they not believe that. It's a whole not believe that it's a hoax and not believe that. There aren't you know, hundreds of children committing suicide over this like there's just no way to tell them that it's not real. And they'll say like I have sources inside Google. And I'm like, I actually do have sources I I actually talked to YouTube on regular races. It's my entire beat. And I'm telling you, this isn't real. And by the way, here's the Genesis of it, and they don't wanna hear it. But even though the Momo challenge isn't real Taylor says the fear that animates it that is, you know, it's sort of like it's ten pm where your children, you know, what I mean? But it's like, it's mpm. Like, do you know, what your children are watching on YouTube? It's actually like this evil creature. That's trying to get them to. Commit suicide just a stranger dangerous stranger danger. Exactly. And I think it also kind of explains parents fear of these platforms, which actually aren't affair is in very real tangible ways.
"momon" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"C C O update. I'm Laura oaks reaction today to Minnesota's latest economic forecast, which shows lawmakers have five hundred million dollars less to work with them. They thought Republican leaders are weighing in on the latest economic news facing the state that shows slowing economic growth, and a deepening worker shortage just to blame for the surplus decrease house, minority leader, Kurt Dowd, says higher taxes are the problem, and that tax hikes will only choke off growth and make Minnesota less attractive wealthy Minnesotans are are relocating to other states. And we're losing that revenue. We will not get those people back. Governor wall says the forecast shows a need for more spending on education jobs, and transportation, we're going to have to look and make hard choices. I'm willing to make those are choices what I'm not willing to do is take an ideological to every single economic situation and say tax cuts for the wealthiest incorporations. Corporations will grow Minnesota. Now that all the numbers are in lawmakers are going to have to set final SP. Spending targets for hammering out a budget before the session ends late may Susie Jones. WCC y'all sentencing in federal court today for two suspects who held up an integral heights Verizon wireless store. Thirty four year old Jamal maize is facing fifteen years in prison Twenty-six-year-old, Jay Quan, Momon has been sentenced to six years. Maze was shot during the hold up by Verizon employee who had a permit to carry a gun during the exchange of gunfire. A stray bullet grazed a worker inside. In adjacent restaurant a warning to anglers in the southern part of the state time to get those ice houses off by Monday.
"momon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The Cowboys Mike McCarthy. He had himself a night in retirement. Maybe it's not officially retired. But this is not going to help his job prospects Momon chase down some referees. It a high school basketball game granted a state playoff game. But screen these guys down. Yeah. I know I know clones that apparently is the only running he's been doing since leaving the Packers. This Email says dear Jim the only thing that would have made that Mike in the bay called better is if he emailed it instead of reading it. But that was a solid reset from eleven eleven eleven on war secretaries with big feet. Pollen Saint Paul what the hell Alvin things already come off the rails. Go ahead. Give it to me Wayne in h town. Great to have you Wayne. How are you? I'm drunk. I'm at work. I'm drunk. I'm throwing confetti it. I'm drinking with the fat chick. Cubicle. Coed savelli. Shoe? So what happened that day was that was eleven eleven eleven. Eleven eleven eleven. So what I did that day on November eleventh twenty eleven eleven eleven eleven I had a part of the program where I said anything goes anything goes at eleven o'clock. In fact, it was it was at eleven eleven right in the middle of the segment at eleven eleven eleven Eddie Levin. Eleven on eleven eleven eleven. I said fine. Clones, this will never happen again. So anything goes, whatever you want personal appearance say what you wanna do what you want? So that guy made that call I called in drunk. About his quote, fat secretary with the size eleven shoe on eleven eleven eleven at eleven eleven. She weighed two eleven. Three eleven. There you go. That's what I was talking about. Jeremiah's solely. What do you not understand lady twenty eight touchdowns last season? How do you not know this guy? M A S O L, I must solely. Nah. I gotta get out. Daniel Jeremiah coming up next hour. Stay.
"momon" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"And and he was like, oh, not a big deal. Me d. Pants. And then he's like, there were Bobi knows pizza pins. He sounds like he's our. I mean, the what a great idea to give pizza pencil the home. He's like, hey, you know, what eat it where it whatever you find appropriate in the moment. Yeah. It where cheese it. You got it bad on this. Yes. Use your YouTube fame. Maybe I'm always looking for sponsors. And there were like, what do we call you? And the like, what's what do we call you? I was your parents would phrase it like that. They're they're they're just not Mark. They're not phased about the nakedness they're from Denmark, and which is why they're not fazed by the naked. Okay. So what do we call you? And then he's he said just call me m m. M m so like Marshall Mathers, no doubt. And Momon you think he's the Momon. No, da. But how does that make sense because the moment resides within another dimension? Do you think he's our dimensions Momon? My biggest my best guess. Yeah. Is that? Sucking the moments getting the milk. Yeah. All brought me into my into my dimension. But also, maybe was his point to be brought in our dimension as well. Now is like here. Do you think set him loose on our dimension? I don't know. I mean, I don't know. What is like mission statement is like what he wants to accomplish. I mean, maybe he can traverse, you know, all of the using the point now. Now that he's within our dimension. He's the one who set up this these little choices hadn't heard of them. Yeah. But I mean now, but this time work in the same way. Like he's now traveled to Artem engine. Maybe he's going backwards in time like every day spent on earth, he goes backwards. And then he sets up this entire waterslide little choices scenario. Yeah. I mean, maybe I mean. Like, who's who's your producer that set this interview up m who said, yeah, my producer, m someone new who works at the I don't know. I didn't get all these angels. AM I m ear wolf dot biz. Yeah. That's not the right Email. Now, we were thinking about getting a dot biz account but expenses nut. So yeah. So that is curious the the from 'em at your wolf type is. Yeah. No. I don't know. I've never met this person. What What if if that's? that's? The moment to like the sequel to the moment. It's as well. Silly. Maybe I don't know. What what what do you think the moments plan is to get you on this show? Why would he want me on the show to like tell everybody about this rock date hurriedly watching the video of you burning Tristesse hair, and it is very good? It's got a lot. Caitlyn so fresh Caitlyn so fresh on YouTube. Okay. Yeah. I gotta check so fast. Like how to how to how to get bald? Stay bald is one of mine and then fresh H R E A S H. That like the normal Caitlin. So Caitlyn's weird spelling impressions like, yeah. You didn't want to throw people off. Yeah. Yeah. So what do you think the woman's plan? I mean, this is such a bizarre store. First of all if the moment didn't set up. These little choices. I don't know who did. And we're really getting to the T Greer's. Gotta be a separate. So if the portal to the moment, we're all. It work it out. You got this. You out of anyone? We're just trying to your there's got to be my the way I see it is there's got to be multiple destinations, obviously. Because I. People portal's be multiple destinations including a final one. Yes. And some of them. I mean, obviously one has a portal to a moment world. And then maybe one of them isn't even a portal. Maybe once like, I don't know there's like a chocolate bar at the end of it or like a trap or something. Because I if you don't think it's a series of portals, and in the choices you made decide where they bring that's literally why I want to go back down the tunnels you want that. Chalk have you? Not found. I'm nervous like like we'd love to go..
"momon" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"We love you and skew. Yeah, enjoy this interviews Jared. And Jess are you got something else? No. I was singing back that s up. Excuse skew skew go skew his we're We're was. gonna mash your bad. Yeah. Let me tell you all the story about Jared Behn his scalp. Jess Momon weather getting on a plane. They're heading to Australia, and they sell it all of the shit, and they both told their boss. He could suck on there. Well, I'm only joking. They're fine. Folks. They've never say that in joy this interview with Jared Bain and Jess moment, y'all come back. Now, you hear what he? Fun. Okay. Tell me fade now. Here. We are where my living or. My listener embar bike. I'm getting a cost of my wife getting dressed down. Tell me to put my feet on the floor because I'm putting my fate in the faces of our guests. So what am I actually doing? But she's making me feel. That's like what I'm doing. So here we are the chose here on his he's got he's on the ones that does the chose on the ones and to check in Joe to just by knows you're here on everybody, by the way. It's it's not. I mean, I get your fater insane. So like, it's not Katie being like trade your road. Get your feet off the couch. It's Katy ban. Like if everybody ain't seen him yet. They don't have to. Yeah. Also, people need to sit on that couch. You can't have your feet on it whole human bodies need that space. No, it looks like eight are taking it looks like one of those kmarts shoes you used to wear, but you actually put your foot. But so we're here with some old friends of mine who I wanted to talk to on the podcast because I feel like. I feel like they're in line with something that will resonate with people of our generation people who listen to podcasts. Now, we did it like a series early own about like our generation and the tendency to have general discontent with life, as we all know it or whatever general, you know, just alive more ordinary and all that and follow your dreams and all that stuff and people feeling like. I don't know left out or upset about how things are going with them and not knowing what to do about it and people take different approaches to dealing with that and my two good friends here tonight, Jerry Behn unjust moment. Where are we talking about? How like it's our generation. It's it's like, we I guess would like we lived in kind of not that. My dad didn't have cartoons with like we had cartoons, and we had video games. And I think we were like the first generation that had this completely fantastical idea about what the world could be. But. Yeah, Pixar came about in our lifetime. We're just like, yes. It can be anything. I and then we all grew up and found out. You can't be anything at all. I don't I don't I think that's more about like the wars and stuff like going. Oh, yeah. Wars don't go nine eleven going to the great war and light defeating the Nazis and become it like. I can understand how that generation of Americans. And then the people they gave birth to would genuinely believe this idea of like, we are superheroes can do anything that we wanna do ever because we're Americans, and that's how merica be. But were those stupid pieces of share like I go to of course, I get where that's coming from the way we've talked and then we put a man on the moon, and then we fucking invented Nintendo sixty four wouldn't we that we rule right? We do. Rule with like ten dudes rule. Right. Exactly. And with our generation, it became a thing of we all rule, we've kind of diverged a little bit because I'm making a lot of assumptions about you guys right now. But I feel like it's all kind of tied into the same thing as people that are the same age is us like I said, it will resonate with them because you guys Jared and Jess. Yes. Both working in corporate America. You had. Good transcripts with good. College degrees and good jobs and good resumes and all that upstanding citizens in metropolitan areas, namely, Nashville, Tennessee, and you guys quit your jobs sold. Everything you own like gave it all up. And and hit the road and first of all hike, the entire Pacific coast trail, but just for starters. You did that finished it..
"momon" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"He's hoping that everyone's going to be excited and happy to limit their material possessions were taken away because as Lisa informed him material possessions won't bring us joy and facts people be happier without them. Of course, everyone is furious, and there becomes an angry mob, which is a wonderful theme that happens to Simpson. And there's always a different flavor of the mob to pitchforks berries. Snowballs as I recall this little worried for home are safe. Very serious snowballs and planters tries to to actually be accountable and do the right thing here. He gets pelted as well. It's very scary to be honest. But then basically Homer Homer points out is like, you know, this isn't what Christmas is about and points into this is what Christmas is about. And I assume that it would you're supposed to be thinking about like the north star. But of course, it's Momon hiring his last flare gun shot. He also like Mr. McGrew has a hard time seeing. So he and just everything about him as always tragic, but he here's the call of wolves and thinks like oh good rescue dog. So sad. I loved so hard. You never know when you're gonna get a moment appearance. Yeah. And it's always a wonderful treat. He's always welcome to the party. I'm very happy that I created a whole backstory for moment in soda. I did a couple of years ago where it was discovered that he had been the mayor of spring. 'field at one point. Yes. And then he was driven out of town when they discovered that the town song he thought he had written on his own was actually wanna hit bought from somebody else. That always the way. Dashes music man there too. Out of the town kind of. Yeah. I love that so much and this point so everyone is kind of a praying and the mayor who's wearing his robe American be immediately comes I stop that. You can't you can't pray on town property property and city property and Homer gives the speech. I don't know if you'd like to take it away from here. Go can say it. Yeah. Because to me this is like a line that I wrote in the first draft that more or less made it all the way through. So I think he says let's just say that I'm this day a million years ago. A dude was born that most of us think was magic. But some don't, and that's okay. But we are probably right. Exactly. Right. Amen. We've talked about this before too where it's like the Simpsons is at its best is never pushing the. Yeah. Or an agenda on anybody. It's kind of presenting both sides funny way. And who says it kind of helps guide maybe how seriously to take it? When Homer says something's good. Maybe that's not always the right? You know, the healthiest option, but it's it's always so great. It's never really pushing a idea down your throat, which and it's also I mean think coming from Homer to excuses any possible offense, you know. And it's a cartoon. So at this point all the camps are given back, but now to different people, and we get a great Frank moment bra and as little flustered at first hasn't doesn't have Grassi's like, okay? I'll pretend. Good freak moment. There's a lot of cameras and this, and then we end like we do all Christmases with the most suicide of yet. Really grotesquely drawn laid out. Rough decided he wasn't going to kill himself. But then he fell off the ledge anyway. Right. Right. And then this ends with hark the herald angels, saying, of course horse. So it does still Brown, of course, which ends in a very warm fuzzy way, I love this episode. I think it's a wonderful Christmas edition when you're watching all your other Christmas movies and this went on. Yeah. Do you have any final thoughts about or maybe a moment that we missed from this episode can think of any just so much fun. I like the end when the Astrolabe says today's the birth of our Lord. Lord, Jesus Christ singer Barbara Mandrell doing some research, but who was born on Christmas. And I was really fun that it was proper mental. And then so going over the entire episode, including what we've talked about. Can you give some type of lesson to take away? Boy, you know, just Christmas is what you make of it..
"momon" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"We have disability to do what we can do with this body that we have. And then there's the software of your computer. So if you take a look at your software, you know, you have systems that can be upgraded these are like the belief system. So if you look at yourself, this is like your softwares, your belief system. What you've been programmed through your DNA through the beliefs of the culture through your fam-. Through your friends and so on and so forth. And then you take a look at what's the observer the operator. That's you. Right. So if you are looking at your computer or phone, it won't do anything without somebody actually operating it. So you're the operator of the sing calls you. You are not your body. You're not you're programming. You are the operator. And and so through this. We know that we can upgrade, right? We always get those upgrade notifications on her phone like damn, I gotta get another Oprah's. It's a pain in the butt because sometimes all you, right? Where you're nor. Right. Reprogram the subconscious mind is kind of upgrading your system. And sometimes you got actually reboot you know, what viruses in there? So in the subconscious mind, what happens is we we already know science has told us something to the fact of ninety eight percent of all things going on is our subconscious mind just just its programming. Right. So how do we reprogram the subconscious mine, we all want to know? Right. So basically, the subconscious mind is done through a vibration through feelings, basically through emotions that are touched to mental pictures. This is going real deep. So I love terrify we're going there. If you really wanna go far, you can go to the cautious records, which pictures of everything that's ever happened on all lifetimes. So the point of so conscious work is to get to a place where your subconscious is basically in a neutral state where you can actually program it to what you wanna program instead of the reactions of what? Happened. So oftentimes the first thing I will do when I'm working with somebody on the so conscious dealing with trauma. So what happens during trauma is something will happen, and we have high high emotional state, and we decide something in that state. We decide will never love again. I'm not enough whatever that programming is. I will I I hate you money is the root of all evil, whatever that is limited belief and the sub-conscious simply says, yes, it just responds. It's like little soldiers down there. You're the Lieutenant in charge of top and the soldiers damn below or your subconscious mind. So we're basically have to look at all those things that we've programmed into our subconscious mind and begin to neutralize those commands and restate new commands in the subconscious. I tell you how many things that you just brought me back to which I do I've done so much work around us that's taken so long. But there is that moment I can look back to the actual decisions that I've made where I'll just detached from my body. Like that's a decision like, okay. Well, I'm not a part of this anymore. Like, just literally thinking, I could physically detach. Well, that didn't work very well. That's a that's a great point. And I think people get their lot through meditation. They get external they become the observer, but they don't actually ever deal with their conscious. So you'll find that often you'll get really blissed out to meditation and the new slam back into your reactive mind. So it's you gotta deal with those mental pictures and make sure that you're able to you Know know. free up a lot of the charge on on past events. So for people right now who can because I think most people who are listening can take themselves to an event right now in their life where they can remember the moment the decision making Momon because man, it's clear..
"momon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The NFL shield or do you have a breaking news? Breaking news. What I had the NFL shield is gone from the center of. Did they have a they never named the field. They just Bank of America stadium. It's not. Max Momon field or anything like that? Breaking news the NFL logo is gone. The panther logo has been there. Someone flew a drone over the stadium. Well, this has been. You got a supreme court Justice. It's been getting grilled for two days. But. But but that wasn't as big a story is what's going to be at the center of the field for the Dallas cowboy game on on Sunday kicks off at four thirty with the pre-game starting here at one thirty with Jim Sochi and company. Paul Cameron's leaving WBZ TV after thirty seven years. I told you he'd never last. But the NFL logo is out on the panther logo is at midfield of Bank of America stadium. Big big big big issue. In fact on the podcast yesterday, which I assume is up by now. Plo Thompson asked all of us. What do you think's going to be in the center of the field on Sunday? I had predicted the MLS logo. I guess I was wrong. I thought it was going to be like a marketing thing coming soon. But. And I gotta admit that Mr. Tepper never called me and asked me so anyway, hey there. Hi there ho there whereas getting ready for the weekend as we can be NFL season started last night. The falcons are already owned one. Thank.
"momon" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"These are things meant for children, but when we really look at it and we could tell their inappropriate. This comes first from Ken Momon. He sent in this commercials, free toy on television is kid was watching television and they saw this toy. It's called hoops, see, slime surprise, which sounds like the worst thing you could get it a whorehouse if he saw that on the menu, one of those legit whore houses like in Nevada, and they got a menu of things you can do the poop. See, slime surprise is not what you want. Yes, Kevin. Is that how it works brothel? Oh, yeah. There's a board like is if you go into a weeds, CIA menu, you go to. So I've heard. You go to a legal brothel in Nevada peremptory or one of those small towns where it's legal and you go in and you have your selection of technicians service technicians that you can choose from, and then you can choose from the menu what the activities going to be, how many fucking categories they're there? Well, poop, see, slime surprise I think would be one of them anyway. This is a horrible toy for kids. This is got the worst of everything all rolled into one. Yeah, this slime thing. I don't know if anybody here has kids, but they're all about slime now making slime and playing with slime it's fucking awful. And then you've got pooped involved to it. And then you got these girls in this commercial wearing wigs like they're working at a parole, Nevada brothel. It's very strange. Here's the commercial. Batches. Bonner shaking. Manny..
"momon" Discussed on RobinLynne
"To this very day that saying w then after me he tried getting in for naga try and get me with some momon tracks that's the only the try to get to the give the steel so he said well you know i'm i'm just gonna just give them a spirit of i'm going to attack his sons destroy that marriage is i'm gonna but one day i stopped and i thought about it i see you know what i said my mother said you look like you did that you'd never do the things that they did and that there word that my mom's book over my life i in tell true my son about lifestyle of my father which my father when the bad man he he didn't do dirty lowdown dame he just needed didn't have that love and i don't know why because i wouldn't around i can't go into the story and i don't know the story didn't ask to mr don't wanna know nothing about the story if you don't have bad sit down or all onside curious they yesterday they had him sitting there head and handcuff and the man begin to say my momma my daddy rejected me nobody love me me and i got on the ground and i looked at him in the face i said the only one that's is said if you would sa rub you know i would tell the police done handcuffing there when i talked to me toques so sporadically so as you said i used to be a satan is you know and he would just trump and i told the police i just said him free people in the store in there i said and even the asian woman that in letting go letting go tell police told the police said let him go and the lady that worked wouldn't told him late in letting go set him free.
"momon" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"Yeah and how good those episodes were and how like the guests of very of the time but it still you could put it on now and just it'll crush they just like respect art i mean you see the people that they have on their artists and dancers and like the momon shots like they didn't just have like the kardashians you know what i mean like at the time like they didn't just have pop culture presences there it was like here are people with an art you know an artistic flair that we want the world to see they went to like here's a reality star like it was just so inventive that he's such a visionary a genius truly all right we're going to wrap up but you have comedy background and improv background how does that influence the way you write kids stories or when you're working on obviously when you're working on comedies like inside amy schumer but you know how does that influence especially the superhero stuff you know for kids i don't like to write down to kids so like when i present something that is more of a serious moment or something that has a lot of meaning it's nice to be able to break it with a joke into take it so it isn't just like here is a very heavy situation i'm working on the second cosmic quest book right now and the cast is much different dr eric salvage makes a return and there are some heavier moments that i was writing today and it was nice because some of the other cast members to break those moments with something a bit lighter because you know you get the power and impact of what's happening and what's being said and.