17 Burst results for "Norm Donald"
"norm donald" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Favorites. And I've posted a while back Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and somebody sent me a message. They call them PM's. Private message DM's direct message. Yes. Well, this is dumb message. Maybe that's what stands any said that. That's a Jalen joke that norm Donald telling. And so Jay Leno was on the phone with us, and we can ask him. Hey, Jay Leno, your friends with Norman Donal, right? I love nor McDonald the funniest guy in the nobody makes me like normal almost every comic says that that he's he's the king. He's really, you know, you have such a court game way. And, you know, some comics of money when they get to the norm as funny all the way through story. The story. Just as the like, hey, can I play this joke for you? Tell me whether you wrote the joke because somebody emailed and said his your joke. Okay. I'm gonna play for you here. This is a joke that Norman Donald told on Conan O'Brien show. All right. And and look, I'm not a cure norm of stealing the Terio. I'm just saying somebody who's a comic sent me this and saying, hey, I think that's a Jay Leno Joe and jail beyond is with us. Right. Here's the Joe by Norman Donald on the Conan O'Brien show been good friends for many years. Okay. I made that up. We haven't. No, no, we're friends. We're good friends. But I don't know what you're McDonald is that Irish is at Scottish, what's your ethnic background is polish..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Librocube
"Okay. Powered through and it was only how many episodes is that I have to click on a button, I should have been prepared and not have to have pushed that button. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven eleven ten sometimes counted, ten episodes of the show on Netflix a show that I'm going to refer to going forward as norm McDonald has a show because that's what it's called. Yes. Huge huge norm Donald fan. Norm. Donald head is such a thing exists. I don't know. But I would be one just the something about him. I put him into the category of people, and there's not many who I would say this about of people who I think could sit read a phone book and make it humorous. He is among the people who could do. So. Just the the comic timing the sound of his voice, the cadence of his voice, the he he's got this whole thing for your bit of an odd duck, which is not unusual among the comedic, obviously if you've ever listened to his podcast. Well, this is a classic classic which I feel like I'm brought up in while a envy pity situation where if you've never listened to his podcast, I pity you. But if you've never in listened to the norm MacDonald podcast, I envy, you for the reason you have all of those episodes to go back and listen to the classic liberal Q pity envy situation, which you could also do now, which I have done is watch his show on Netflix, which I will say is perhaps not as good. Yeah. It's just for one reason one reason only on the podcast. I think most episodes. I'm curious what the ratio would be be much different than the show the ratio on talking of is comedians as guests, whereas here, he does have comedians as guests, but I would say the majority in fact are not. So nothing say that there aren't interesting, and they are good, and there aren't laughs and every single episode no matter what because of norm Donald. The ones with the comedians are far and above just like crying laughing at points. So. Let me read down the guest David Spade. For example, those episode or one if you prefer Larry David Letterman Chevy Chase. That was interesting. Knowing what if you know anything of Chevy Chase IRL, let's say he's a bit of a huge asshole. So that the sort of peek through I feel like it can't not. I talked to MRs into watching one episode the one with judge Judy because she actually watches that show. That one was interesting a little peek behind the scenes and just made me think how his just Schutte sitting down with McDonald that right? There is little sort of interesting peek into things that can happen in show business. We got 'em. Sean Michael Keaton was a fascinating one. He was he's not a quote, unquote comedian. I would say he's a comedic actor. But normally Donald said well on several occasions over the course of this interview that Michael Keaton is one of the funniest comedians that has ever worked an actually didn't know that he started as a stand up, so interesting. I don't know. I didn't know that being a lover of stand up and someone who prides themselves on at least some stand up knowledge to have no McDonnell, tell me this guy who I've seen a million times used to be one of the best stand ups ever was shocking to me, I've got more and Michael's that was good m night Shyamalan. Yeah. Interesting one Jane Fonda, she is a bit of an odd duck. I think is well, you're berry. More. They seem to get along. Really? Well, she's just like so upbeat and happy sort of jumped off the screen with her her vivacious nece is a word I could possibly use yet. Just just a delight that one actually. And less on lease Billy, Joe shaver. He of all these guesses lonely when I had never heard of the norm said, it is best friend. So I don't know if that was for the purposes of the show or actually factually truth. But apparently, he's a country singer. Missing a bunch of fingers. Something regardless you know, what I'll do rating, although the podcast five five and this just a little less than that..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"It's contrary to so much of what we know about what is actually persuasive in presidential campaigns and how much. Can't be persuaded. So that's a long answer. But we don't really feel pretty strongly that the prevailing view among a lot of people as really exaggerated the extent to which this could be consequential. And that sometimes the argument that is being made is that oh this sides Tessler fabric book says that identity really mattered and those Russian ads were about identity, therefore, they really mattered. And you know, we just want to say that that argument is not an argument, we're making right? So to wrap all this up about twenty sixteen at least this is something I am taking Larry Bartels. So by tells Vanderbilt political scientists, great political scientists, I went in not too long after the election, and I was like giving them all these theories about why things out the way the way they work 'cause over there for a talk, and he's like, yeah. There's nothing weird about this election at all. What do you mean is like, yeah? If you just look at the exit polls, everything's totally normal. And you guys have this line in here that the extent of partisan loyalty was almost identical from two thousand and eight twenty twelve and then it was roughly the same from twenty twelve to two thousand sixteen. And we talk a lot about what was different in this election. But the thing I can't get over is how much was the same. How much that this is part of a book, I'm writing, but we talk a lot about identity politics, and what people tend to mean as race and religion and things like that. But in part because of the stacking, it seems to me that the overwhelmingly the driver of identity politics is Republican democrat red blue left coalition right coalition, and that the lesson I take from two thousand sixteen is it even if you nominate someone as wildly out of step with historical norms. Donald trump. It is not strong enough to crack that fundamental path dependence. Yeah. I mean, that's that's mostly right? And that's why we spent three chapters on the Republican primary is that if you win the Republican primary in a twenty sixteen context, you had a very good chance of winning the election. And that is because you could count on ninety percent of your partisans. Voting for you. Would it have happened? If the democrat was a less detestable figure to Republicans than Hillary Clinton. I think still profitably. Yeah. Because at the end of the day who am I going to vote for Marco Rubio said am I gonna vote for somebody who I disagree with sometimes or am I going to vote for somebody who I disagree with all of the time. And I think that's the power partisanship. But I I don't wanna say everything was the same. And the reason where we get off is on these uniform swings. And usually win elections happen you see swings. Everybody move in the same direction. We didn't see that in twenty six teen particularly with education. And so it has never happened where you see high educated voters move towards the Democrats in low educated voters moved to the Republicans. They usually move in unison doesn't happen where you see some states become more democratic and other states become less democratic that's also tied to education. And so, yeah, I think that that was one of the hard parts about the book is there was a lot of things the made this enormous election. And there were some very important things that made it an unusual election that could have real consequences going forward. I'm curious having written this book having thought through twenty sixteen at this level of depth. How how are you thinking about twenty eighteen? It's a continuation of the identity crisis. And that's not just a branding opportunity for us it. But but I mean, it is also a branding opportunity. You know, there was a world in which we thought that maybe a Trump presidency would look different than the Trump campaign summed up in the phrase infrastructure week. Right. And we never got this week is this week. We never all the real infrastructure week was the friends we made along the way. It just hasn't happened. You know, it's clear that for Trump identity. Issues are his bread and butter not just as a candidate. But as president, and it's for anything from the policies themselves like family separation or let's building a border wall or trying to to limit Muslim immigration to the country to the symbolic stuff about continuing to criticize NFL players..
"norm donald" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"She going to defend the tweet which I was saying the other day. It was a one tweet Roseanne put out in ABC's to lose millions and millions of dollars, right? It's a, it's a history of racism. It's a history of ridiculous political notions. But the the tweet specifically was Moselm brotherhood plus planet of the apes equals Fiji, Valerie, Gerald. Black woman. And obviously to me, she's calling the this black woman a monkey. So sh- show Roseanne's on this show Dr ause saying, first of all, I didn't even though she was pats hair claim. Now she she had this full mount on some other things like bedrose. Like keep saying that while on ause she says, I thought she was Iranian. First of all, I'm talking about the Iran deal in the how, how it's going to ruin Israel and how it's anti Jewish pizza. That might have been the first part of her tweet because the first part was, yeah, brother play the apes and play the. She says, the stuff focusing on the word apes. She's talking about the movie having to do with uprising against your oppressors. So when you can't explain anything to me and your job is getting words perfectly, I call bullshit. But let's go back to her saying, she believed this woman. Valerie was Iranian. Okay, lot long ago at all on her personal YouTube channel. She says, she thought Valerie was white. Trying to talk about. I'm trying to talk about back the. The you've told me this three hundred times. You know that a my tweet about a, no, you've explained. This was. The bridge was why. Everybody's laughing, but that's the clip that I was talking about. I got it wrong, but she's not. She's not laughing to be. No, she's, I mean, she's like mentally called and asked me to explain my egregious and unforgivable tweet. She puts them. I thought, Valerie Jarrett was white about forty minutes after that. My show was cancelled before. Even one advertiser pulled out, and I was labeled a racist. Why you ask? Well, the answer simple, it's because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood. They already knew you voted for Donald Trump. They already knew in the reboot of Roseanne. Roseanne was going to be a Trump supporter. So many people in Hollywood voted for like that. What's so annoying? Like onions, anything, cans, nanna land. It's like it literally is so many rich people voted for Trump like in Hollywood. And then she brings up the Ambien. I took an Ambien and I've talked to people and people people have made breakfast in full turkeys, eight it. You know, the story. Like I heard a friend of a friend that made a full Turkey, so that's about four hours eight and woke up the chicken bones on the wall. So why are you bringing up that you on Ambien? When you said this tweet, if you just explained how the tweet wasn't evil, you just explain your tweet was misrepresented. What does that have the do with fewer high on cocaine? You're standing by the right way. You meant the tweet, who cares what you were on them was advocate. No, it's it's. It's too much. There is no devil's advocate anymore because I can't care this much about someone else's mishap. That's what it comes down to even if this is an doodle and and and even if you have a series of doodles, I can't care this much because because I would have been fired from a job and I would have been like, all right. And I'm not rich and I don't wanna be like, oh, you're richer, fine. But you stand, you stand behind a lot of this, but I'm supposed to get your back when you don't stand behind it. And then when you flip flop back and forth, I can't care that much all make up with norm Donald set an interview. Just let them talk more and take. Don't make up what we're saying. Bar meant. Wait for her next interview. I heard the norm Donald interview in full on Howard Stern. He was there to apologize for his comments about. Fending Louis CK, saying Louis c. k. lost everything in a day in these women victims didn't have to go through that. He don't will Dan repeated exactly in no way. Was that print article misleading? You don't have to make up the fence. Let them talk more. I also have to mind that I think everyone's brain essentially eventually might work like mine. I have to.
"norm donald" Discussed on Here & Now
"Donald was disinvited from NBC's the tonight show this week for comments that he made defending fellow comedians. Louis c. k. and Roseanne Barr who have been in trouble for sexual misconduct and racist comments in the past McDonald then tried to apologize for those comments that he made, but then just made it worse here. He is on Howard Stern's radio show trying to explain his sympathy for victims of sexual misconduct. You'd have to be, you'd have to have down syndrome not to know that my new we're down in Rutland down center tonight. Feel sorry for, you know, of course, I, I, I have. Me too is what you want for your daughter's Eric. That's pretty awkward. What happened next? Yeah. So norm MacDonald went on the view and try to explain that he was trying to avoid using a different word. I think the word he was trying to avoid using was the our word that we use to refer to mentally incapacitated people, and so in trying to avoid using that where he used another word, you know, alternately, I think nor McDonald's appeal as a comic has always been that he's been somewhat unfiltered and he's also kind of an old school comic. He's older and he enjoys leaning into that. And so I feel like he like a lot of comics. Have older comics have not figured out how to talk about some issues in the modern age without being insulting and and what's interesting to me about Netflix because Netflix is trying to have all these different kinds of comics on its platform. We are really seeing. This sort of friction between how younger comics talk about race, identity, gender, things like that, and how older comics are dealing with it. So we've got norm Donald, not on his show, but in other venues, saying things that people don't appreciate about these very sensitive topics regardless of how you feel about it, nor MacDonald has a show it's out. And he's the guy who got famous for weekend update on on Saturday Night Live. He's a free Wheeler. He's deadpan. How does the style that you're describing here translate to the interviews on this new program? Well, it makes the show kind of a hit and miss proposition, but he got the show in part because they Letterman may have recommended him or talked about him or was involved in some way. He's predators the location scout on the show, not quite sure what that means. But then when Letterman came on the show norm was trying so hard to make him laugh with sort of eccentric jokes, that it felt really weird and it wasn't that funny. So we have a clip of norm trying to do this offbeat impression of an actor from film called the candidate while Letterman is trying to figure out what exactly is he doing?.
"norm donald" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"There can be nothing topical ever since John Stewart, late night host of all been forced to become political pundits. You know, John Stewart was forced Jeevan down to Jimmy Fallon, took their dick do political jokes, Jimmy Fallon is a political, Jimmy Fallon go go with this. What he's saying, even Jimmy Fallon, who should just be silly TV Fallon is not stand up is attacked for his treatment of Donald Trump, and the interviewer says, do you think Fallon has been unfairly criticized for humanizing, Donald Trump, completely. He is just all about fun and silliness, that's what his audience wants. And then to be maligned for quote, unquote, humanizing Trump, funny, I thought he was human. If you have the nominee to be president on your show. And he is your guests than he is your guest. Don't have him on the show if you don't want him. And I thought it was funny because he was just a banned from the tonight show after this article came out shit. Yeah. I mean, I get it Jimmy Fallon. So he when Trump would, I say bands just to be clear. He was scheduled and he was Kayla nor norm was okay when when Trump was on Jimmy Fallon, it was, you know, at while he was running right? And he messed with his hair and he kind of played games with them and he got some shit for it, and I get that and get why he messed with his hair, and I get why he was joking about it, and then he apologized for it because he thought in hindsight, I helped the bullshit. And in hindsight, I, I'm sorry and I think that is air. That's it. You know, because it was a silly thing and he is a comic and it is a stupid fucking late night show is before Trump was putting kids in cages. And then maybe it's a little more serious too. Yeah, I get it. He, he didn't know. That his role was to be more serious because he's a comic. So whatever he already commented on that you don't have to take back his apology for him. You don't. He wasn't affected what's going on with Jimmy Fallon. Is he okay? Can you check on him? Did he get out of bed this morning? That's where you worried about more than rape victim. Don't worry about it. Roseanne and Louis norm Donald feels forced to tweet. If you ask me Roseanne Louis of both in very good friends of mine for many years, they both made terrible mistakes, and I would never defend their actions of my are defending their action..
"norm donald" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"He probably did what you guys talked about? No, he's doing like tiny houses or something. KENDALL Jenner showed a nipple slip norm. Donald is show is still on after an apology and explanation. Fuck. Yeah, the show going to be awesome, and it's going to be awesome, and that's. I can't blame people forgetting. I never. You know, it's fucking rough is they were saying like Jimmy Fallon cancelled norm backstage. He went like right before is about to go on. Jimmy Fallon went back and was like, yo you, you're bumped normally what. He was like, are executive producers crying. Yeah, is the executive producer and all the producers on the show, all the female producers were all crying that they're going to get Norman because he was a sec. He's defended Louis. And the defendant vote loomed Roseanne and they're like, this is our show too, and we don't want him on because he defended them by the way, two of his friends and they were crying that's like fucking intense man. I've never cried. Never cried for a TV show. Definitely not doing Falun now. I'm definitely doing Fallon because I'm sure someone's going to go fucking Google search me, and then they'll be crying like he taught us talking about his daughters negatively fucking crying is like crying. Just say, no. Just be like, fuck. No, it's not happening here is immer me. I mean, I'm not saying that's the patriarchy talking. I'm just saying. Wouldn't that have been the perfect time to have him on. No, because Jimmy Fallon, here's why. Here's why Jimmy Fallon is not. His whole thing isn't politics. He's just fun. Like he's not a polit political comedian. He now has to political jokes because he humanized Trump. He made a human by the way I'm quoting Norman this by the way, this is what norm got Norman trouble. He humanized a human human is Donald Trump, whereas the left didn't want him humanized. They wanted him to look like a devil and Jimmy Fallon on mess over this hair and everyone's like not that bad, and they didn't want that. The same women that were crying, I guess were like, don't do that. And so then he started doing political jokes. I can understand if like I can understand norm has sexually assaulted somebody if he had raped a woman, I can understand. I can definitely understand. There's crying. Yeah, I would definitely. I can fucking I'm I got their backs hard as fuck, but he just he just misspoke and was taken maybe maybe misquoted spoke. Maybe he believes that maybe I don't know. Like. Oh, no. Oh. CBS is out. Oh, yeah. Yup. Less move as gone. This all I'm doing is talking about fucking news. I'm a fucking bore. Let's get out of this by. We'll tell you hurricane Florence. Following that off on weekend. I'm obsessed with hurricanes. And this is a slow moving hurricane and a lowland state with a bunch of in like waterways inland, and they're predicting fourteen to twenty foot St. storm sees steam storms steam storms. What I was high when I did this podcast. So if anything I said is if you're a producer Jimmy Fallon, and now you're fucking irate because I'm confused that you cried over norm Donald. I apologize. I wasn't thinking was high. Carolina coast is going to be, let's get out of this shit and find something interesting. Some fat. Fuck made it on Instagram. SCO, the score NAMI. Let's get out of this Jess. Mount now Miami Dolphins what happened with the Miami Dolphins. Oh, wow. The dolphins have a lightning strike game. Pigskin classic. Ooh, that's me. Googling myself. Let's get out of that third time today. I've been a lot of heads up again. It's up again and just just to make sure to take both those down. Let's get to where we wanted to talk about this family. World's submarine out. There's something about there's something about being on a skinny boat. There's something about diving open water, diving. There's something about flash flood. There's something about living on a boat about harsh is about that..
"norm donald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We all know you heard about the norm MacDonald fibrillation. Yes. Yes. He was. He essentially was saying in an interview with the Hollywood reporter that he had Louis CK. Call Roseanne Roseanne lost her show. They both saw their careers. Go up in smoke in a day. He said, you know, I know what people will say, but what about the victims to which norm Donald answered his own question saying, but they didn't have to deal with that meaning lose their career in a day. He went on to apologize for that saying, you know, I did not mean to defend any of their actions. They're both close friends of mine the tonight show and NBC cancelled his scheduled appearance. The result in sensitivity to their audience. I believe is how the statement was read and Howard Stern said, hey, you can come talk to me. Yes. And he'll also be on the view today. So you know, because he's got a show to promote. Okay. He's what he did was. He put out this apology. The initial apology. Said Roseanne and Louis have both been like you said very good friends of mine for years. They both made terrible mistakes. I would never defend their actions. If my words anytime you start with the F, the apology loses credibility, in my opinion. If my word sounded like I was minimizing the pain that they're victims feel to this day. I am deeply sorry. Okay. Now, the person in charge of the content officer at net flicks. Said you write your own apology? That was mistake. Number one. You know, you can't say if I am sorry. I offended you. I am sorry for saying something offensive, right? So now he went onto with Howard Stern. And he kind of described how he? How he ended up not being on the tonight show because Jimmy Fallon came up to him. This was after his apology and said, hey, man, how should we how should we play this and a norm MacDonald said, I think we should say it at the end because if you say, you know, I'm sorry at the beginning. You can't come back from that. So Jimmy goes off comes back, and he goes. I don't know. What to do? I've got all this pressure from people. There are people crying, and nor McDonald's like people are crying and Jimmy's like. Yeah. One of our senior producers is crying. They're very upset about this. So they decided to pull the plug and he said, listen, I don't want to hurt your shell. Let's just you know, let's just cancelled. So wow. Now after making after making that apology that we just described. He basically says to Howard Stern. I never defended Louis, and and Roseanne I am completely behind the metoo movement. Then he goes on to say you'd have to have down syndrome to not feel sorry for the victims. And whatever he said after that doesn't even matter because are you out of your mind? How did you do this? Again, naturally the arc which is an organization serving people with intellectual disabilities. Yeah. Just. They just can't believe in an attempt to explain his insensitivity towards me to he did it again. You know, and he said he chose to mock a group of people who have much greater understanding of victimization than he does. Well, said so now he's got you know, he's just he's got another apology to make. He's on thin ice here. Yeah. I don't know. I wonder if Netflix will because we're in an era where companies are not afraid to make decisions. Right. If they don't jibe with what you are saying. If there's any kind of potential negative backlash, and you know, listen, I let me just say this as an imperfect person I used to use the R word a lot when I was a kid. High school and stuff like that. And that's ignorance that's insurance. And then as I grew up and started to heavy widening understanding of a how hurtful words can be and the the beauty of people from all different walks of life. No matter if they look like you or different than you, whatever. Then there's a great book. Great great book reading list. It's called bloom finding.
"norm donald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"At Apple's big annual unveiling CEO, Tim cook and other executives pulled back the curtain on what had already leaked out beforehand, anyway, iphone ten as-. It is the most advanced iphone we've ever created apple revealing three new iphones and update to its iphone ten a bigger version of the iphone ten in fact, the largest iphone ever and a more budget friendly pared-down model that still cost seven hundred fifty bucks. It has a gorgeous new gold finish. And the apple watch is getting makeover. It will become the first over the counter device to include an electrocardiogram or e c g to keep track of the heart. Apple's chief operating officer Jeff Williams, it won't catch every instance of eighth Feb, but we believe this is going to help a lot of people who didn't otherwise no they had an issue. But there were a few things missing from Apple's lineup. There were expectations that they would announce outdated waterproof air pod. Santa new wireless charging Matt that apple is reportedly been working on for a while defender harder. The tech blogging. Gadget says apple wanted to focus on the iphone. I think what we're seeing is. It apple is continually just pushing the average price of their smartphones. They started at a thousand dollars last year with the iphone ten and now the tennis max is pretty much eleven hundred dollars. And that's really it. Like these aren't phones that everyone is gonna buy. But then again, be Elxsi note is wildly successful. And it seemed like the iphone ten was wildly successful for apple too. So I think just by pushing the premium side of the market they can do things that maybe other Android manufacturers. Can't I'm Alex stone. ABC news. Currently it's five forty four here on Colorado's morning news. As our news coverage continues comedian norm Donald might be feeling even more backlash after his latest questionable remark. Mcdonald's sit on yesterday's Howard Stern show that someone would have had to have down syndrome to not feel sorry for harassment victims that was the day after the tonight show, cancel McDonald's. Appears because he told an interviewer that sexual abuse and harassment victims don't have to go through. What's Louis, C K and Roseanne Roseanne Barr? Did. Yeah. I heard some of that interview. And he said, I am never going to do a print interview. Again, I think he has an interview coming up with Rolling Stone. And all of that said, I just I get misquoted. They forced me into a box on certain issues that I wasn't ready to talk about felt sorry for him a little bit. Well, we were talking about this actually at the dinner sometimes comedians. I it's amazing sometimes they're held to a higher standard sometimes elected officials or people put in power to make decisions doesn't mean what he says is right. But we take more umbrage with that than we do with people that we give power and control to and these are just goof-balls. Okay. Didn't really matter this much Forty-five on Colorado's morning news. Wow..
"norm donald" Discussed on Hysteria
"If my words sounded like I was minimizing the pain that they're victims feel to this day. I am deeply, sorry. Okay. After he said that his appearance on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon was cancelled. And I do not feel a great for his publicist and managers and handlers yesterday because. I mean, I'm inclined to feel like he thought he was just being like contrarian and having a little bit of fun. But like now is knows not the time, and that's the top read the room, bro? Yeah, read the room. Yeah, I, I don't know. I think another thing is that. When people like norm Donald, who has a new show in net flicks that a lot of people work for when people when he goes out in public and does this. He's hurting those people too. He's hurting the PA's and the assistance and the interns and his publicist. And you know people at Netflix who are lower rung responsible for helping promote the show. He's hurting a lot of people. And so he should apologize for like the he, you know, for implying that victims don't feel pain compared to Louis c. k. and Roseanne Barr. But he also should apologize to as employees because that really really can fuck you. When you have a host that just goes off the rails like that. It's just it's also just an incredible privilege to have the platform of a show on Netflix. Like that's, I mean, think about think about how many people live in the world and how many people get a platform like that. That is an incredible privilege. Well, this is where it might speak. Sinister fears come into play. He had to known to some extent the waves that a comment like this was going to create, and he also has a show coming out and the idea of. Releasing statements like this to cause a stir to get more attention so that maybe he makes tonight show appearance or maybe gets canceled, doesn't matter either way we're talking about normal Donald. Yeah. I mean, I didn't had no idea. He had a show I didn't either. Yeah, I didn't either didn't know he was going to be on the tonight and there are plenty of places with plenty of audience that would like Joe Rogan has a huge podcast and he regularly hosts people who are kind of contrarian or have believes that it kind of in line with us. So I mean, I don't know. I guess we'll see if he's really sorry, but you know the whole shit storm was I don't accept that apology. I mean, all accepted if it's matched by actions. Yeah, that's fair. That's yeah. All right. One more. Sorry. This week, Karen, what he got Andrew Cuomo looks. Yep. There you go. It's so Andrew Cuomo is in the democratic primary race with Cynthia Nixon? Both Democrats. So the primaries tomorrow and there was a Mailer that's accused ING. Cynthia Nixon of being semitic. Cynthia Nixon has. She is the mother of two Jewish children. So this is a just in terms of like, are, is this what we're doing as a party now that's like not. It's not a good now is like from the Democratic Party of New York that sent out a Mailer attacking one of its own members member? Yes. It's just like, you know, is the is the hand, why are we trying to eat each other now? Are we trying to cannibalize, yeah, you know, also like mainstream Democrats needs and the Nixon style progressives like they need them. I it just, it makes me so mad. Essentially, Cuomo said that he didn't know he didn't know that this happened, but a a New York Post Email, and there's evidence that goes against this and says that there was an official Email that came from his campaign that was essentially trying to take advantage of the situation and say that she was supporting the PLO the Palestinian Liberation Organization..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So getting back to this norm McDonald Letterman thing, weekly on Texas eight. I'm here Dan over the last three years prior to last season, Dave average one hundred and forty eight million dollars in revenues. The reason they become the most valuable college football program is simple. Over the last three years, they have gotten more contributions from alumni. That's any other pump. Got the best boosters, an EMS. Got wait a minute. I thought the boosters that people knew about in sports were Oklahoma state. Where were you know Oregon, Texas a. and m. has one of those. They have a vast increase in contributions over the last three or so. Maybe someone recent one guy who wants to get wait a minute. They're rich guy who wants to get in the game and AM, and that's how they got JIMBO Fisher. Is that the back of that? Is that what is there a rich guy who wants to get into the Phil Knight game, I wanna call plays in the press box. Saying him. Getting back to this Letterman norm Donald story. So. I love what Jerry Seinfeld has done with his post Seinfeld career. Monty, Davis is your man tell me more about Monty Monty Davis. It's a COO of core laboratories. I wanna talk to Monte which assesses oil reserves. He's an oilman, let's get, oh, it's an oil man. You've got themselves. Oil now? No, Texas. Who was it that it was a to pre? You told me one time that one of the schools offered him an oil well as recruiting gift. I think I think he said it was second was a hammer, Eric Dickerson. One of the mention getting getting an offer from school of an oil. Well. Which limited the selects. That's right. Probably SMU. So. Letterman's got a post television career because he's late in life. He's a father, but he also has a need to create. And so he's got this stuff on Netflix that he's doing. They're giving him a lot of creative control. When Netflix is doing is trying to become television. Netflix is going to be television twenty years. That's what the goal is. They're spending all that money to be to replace television because you could. You could see it now just binged the second season of Ozark and it's great to me and you can just, you can see now that Netflix is saying, no, this is how people would prefer to watch television. They don't wanna wait for their sitcom to be a week from now. They want to watch it right now. No commercials give it to me. I want to ingest it. I wanna snort. It. And with. I mean, like game of thrones is the only game of thrones in sports, right? They're the only two things that people are like these days. I have to be home to watch this actually. Yeah, doubt. So we've identified the three. So net flicks is spilling money all over the bar, just tons and tons of money to become to challenge television to become television. And so they've given Letterman the ability to prove his own stuff and Letterman loves nor McDonald and has loved McDonald. I think I think Letterman has said that north Donald, his favorite guest or something along those lines and he gave him a show and today now, nor McDonald is strange, and he lives in a small bubble and what he said today, guts that got him in trouble. And now he's apologizing and I don't know what's going to happen here at the top of this. When you get near some of the social issues of the day, and the me too stuff and the racism with with Roseanne Barr, your stuff can disappear fast. And so.
"norm donald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So getting back to this norm MacDonald Letterman thing, weekly on Texas a. and m. here Dan over the last three years prior to last season, Dave average one hundred and forty eight million dollars in revenues. The reason they become the most valuable college football program is simple. Over the last three years, they have gotten more contributions from alumni. That's any other football. They've got the best boosters an EMS. Got wait a minute. I thought the boosters that people knew about in sports where Oklahoma state, where were you know Oregon Texas m. has one of those. They have a vast increase in contributions over the last three years. So maybe someone recent one guy who wants to get wait a minute. Is there a rich guy who wants to get in the game? And that's how they got JIMBO Fisher. Is that the back of that? Is that what is there a rich guy who wants to get into the Phil Knight game? I wanna call plays in the press box. Saying him. Getting back to this Letterman norm Donald story. So. I love what Jerry Seinfeld has done with his post Seinfeld career. Monty, Davis is your man tell me more about Monty Monty Davis. It's a CEO of core laboratories. I wanna talk to Monte which assesses oil reserves. He's an oilman, let's get, oh, it's an oil man. You've got themselves in oil now. No, Texas. Who was it? That was Marcus DuPree. You told me one time that one of the schools offered him an oil well as a recruiting gift. And I think I think he said it was second was a hammer Dickerson. One of the mention getting getting an offer from a school of an oil. Well. Which limited the select? That's right. It's probably SMU. So. Letterman's got a post television career because he's late in life. He's a father, but he also has a need to create. And so he's got this stuff on Netflix that he's doing. They're giving him a lot of creative control. When Netflix is doing is trying to become television. Netflix is going to be television twenty years. That's what the goal is. They're spending all that money to be to replace television because you could. You could see it. Now I just binged the second season of Ozark and it's great tomato. I and you can just, you can see now that Netflix is saying, no, this is how people would prefer to watch television. They don't wanna wait for their sitcom to be a week from now. They want to watch it right now. No commercials give it to me. I want to ingest it. I wanna snort it and with I mean, like game of thrones is the only thing game of thrones in sports, right? They're the only two things that people are like these days. I have to be home to watch this actually. Yeah, yeah, no doubt. So we've identified the three so is spilling money all over the bar, just tons and tons of money to become to challenge television to become television. And so they've given Letterman the ability to prove his own stuff and Letterman loves nor McDonald and has loved McDonnell. I think I think Letterman has said that north Donald's his favorite guest or something along those lines and he gave him a show and today now, nor McDonald is strange, and he lives in a small bubble. And what he said today, Stu guts that got him in trouble. And now he's apologizing and I don't know what's going to happen here at the top of this. When you get near some of the social issues of the day and the metoo stuff and the racism with with Roseanne Barr, your stuff can disappear fast. And so he's giving interviews while getting ready for the start of this..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You did last one where you went from top to bottom or we're going to, we're going to start with number wine and work our way to six and I'll just tell you, okay, I will tell you right now, you gotta give away some goods. I have a little surprise for you after I reveal number six, just a tiny little surprise away Win win. prizes in minute seven, surprising. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I have my sixteen my power rankings after after week, one of the NFL season. And then I have a little surprised everyone after that six prizes and then a surprise. Yes. We don't know what they're going to be. Mary visionary. Number one. Number one, I'm gonna get a different sound. Because you wanna do it different, you wanna do it different. So this is your the stugatz power rankings. This is this is you're saying this is the best team in the NFL number one is the best team in the NFL. Yes, I am saying that, but I am waiting for Mike to give me the signal that he has found the the proper sound to accompany this new image ING for this though. Yeah, this served something much bigger than you can't do the stuff that we get them. I'm writing down my own this. If I guess I, I'm gonna give you something on norm Donald here in a second to after we're done with the power rankings, the more important stuff you know. Well, that's not surprised that's the obligated social commentary. Oh, wait McDonald. Yes, he's in trouble in trouble. He's apologizing for stuff. Yeah. Oh, bummer. Okay. I'm ready. You're ready. Number one week one power, rankings. NFL number one. The New York Jets. Yes, I have a football. I have a quarterback. Number two NFL power, rankings, the Baltimore Ravens. Number three, NFL power, rankings. The LA Rams. Like that. Sad. Number four. This might surprise some people. I like this team a lot and they were very impressive week. What? Number four? The Washington Redskins. Number five, he is back. They are back the red rifle and the Cincinnati Bengals. Number six. And did Andy Reid make a big mistake? Because if he didn't make this mistake, you'd be number four today that he's number six, the Kansas City Chiefs. And now here's my surprise. No. Say. Yeah, we got. Right. Oh, it's a seventeen..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Synthetic oil. It's Castrol edge. You got challenged question Mexico shirt, shits, Patrick on Instagram, shins, Patrick. Yeah. All right on Instagram wants to know hash that casual challenge and he writes in all caps. When are you teaching nor McDonald how to drive. Fair question. Should custody. You know, it's tough. I look, I say this with all due respect, but norm Donald is insane hot. He's clinically insane, hilarious, but he's insane. You're right. Everyone loves norm thinks he's funniest shit, and whenever we get together was like, oh, you norm you norm. That's awesome. You and norm. And I go, right? And he doesn't drive. He can't drive. He won't drive, which is weird. Also kind of puts a burden on people around you there. Yeah. And so I said, well, the best video series on the internet would be Adam. Corolla teaches, nor McDonald's drive. We just get a car, put it some go pros in it, and then we just do what we do through around town. While I'm, you know, comedians in cars getting coffee, but it's me nor mcdonagh teaser drive, and we've pitched it to him a bunch of times. We'll just load up the cameras and the cars, and we'll. Come over, we'll pick you up normal it, which is a version therapy. I don't know. It's, it's it's so easy getting permit. Right, but not down with it. So you guys, I know, hit them up, shoot 'em at tweet, tell them the offer stands, but he's insane any and it's hard to get insane people to do sane things because if they engaged insane activities, they would lose their mantle of INSEE. Is he once you start participating in too many sane activities. Writing a motive Ryoko, then you're no longer get to have your staff. They revolt, they take your insane card away from you. See what I'm say. Looking for a bigger star to make the offer. Now. Oh, yeah, I bet. I bet if Jim gaffe again went over the house. Waiting in the driveway. Headlines over you and why should Adam Corolla teach me on a drive. He may be right. Out loud. Sorry now. Yeah, stop it. Tweet rate show, hey, the Nazis need roofers. I've been very kind to your interview. Tweet us at Adam Corolla show with your Castrol challenge hashtag Castrol challenge. All right, live shows coming up for us. We got Pasadena ice house. That's next Wednesday. That's going to sell out everybody Dr. Drew's up on stage. That'll be the twenty nine now Seattle more theater, some tickets available for that. That'd be timber. Thirteenth, we'll be live up on stage with Adam Ray who we love. Phoenix stand up live Mike August doing a basic cable commentary white, pretty good on his feet by the way, a Tober six and Anaheim the grove November. Thirtieth live podcast. Rob Riggle Dickey while we're at it. Great new from the boss been so many years. Where do we go get that? Now we go to Amazon and all the streaming platforms get on. Go on, please do that. It's a very strong strong boss downs is very good. Thank you on them. I love listening to my car all day..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I'm not really sure around the time streetfighter but maybe got some sort of bundle deal when he got all the way up to ten grams. So I don't know what the rights fees situation is on this, Mike. So help me out because it is from the Espy. So I'm going to assume that we own the sound, but I don't want the sound from the Espy's last night. I want the sound from when the Espy's changed most dramatically. When norm Donald went up there and did stand up and he did it in a way that insulted the athletes and the athletes in the crowd, the stars of their times gots were not having the norm MacDonald roast jokes. There was a lot of self seriousness in the room. They certainly weren't having the OJ Simpson jokes. And so I'd like to go back to that time because I didn't watch last night. That is a hard hard thing to pull off what ESPN does every year that big show where you get all of these athletes to come in and Denka Patrick was the host had some she. She had some jokes that were risque more risque then. ESPN normally goes into some of these areas that give themselves permission on a drinking night on a celebration night, but can we get that Norman Donald sound Mike for the people who don't remember the Espy's changed forever. When norm McDonald hosted them because he insulted the athletes and that's not what ESPN Dutt's right for the most part where critical of athlete behavior, but we're not roasting athlete, how great of these row spin on comedy central Charlie Sheen and Bruce Willis, Bruce? Well, it's announced at the end of it the the other day that diehard is not a Christmas movie. Instead at the end of his celebrity rose, he does not get to decide that now it does not. We decided it made him the decider on that. I don't know Demi Moore was a part of that roast with Bruce Willis that's fought and she said die hard. One doing three. They were great because they were married at the time, the rest flopped because they weren't married. I mean, it was good. You're right, Jimmy. Great. If we could do like celebrity sports rose, that'd be. Great athlete rose. ESPN has an arid yet the Bruce Willis roast spoiler alert. What about the norm? Donald sound that aired right. That aired once upon a time, I don't feel like you have to ask anybody's permission. It's our property, right? Don't we get to grandfather in all previous ESPN sound now explain to me how this world more complicated in that also just the time it takes to roll on it also their stat. Okay, but hold on m. i. dabbling in dangerous subject matter does. Does the Bristol campus still have scars from whatever it was fifteen years ago because of what norm Donald did during his opening monologue of the Espy's is there, is there some sort of scab? I'm tearing off here that I don't know about. Yes. Well, now you know about it, so you're gonna tear it off anyway. All right, fine. Look it up on the internet norm Donald's all over the place. We can't play for you because we're scared of our own shadow. But normally Donald did this thing where it's called comedy and he did it fifteen years ago and back then it was dangerous. And Ken Griffey got mad and we stopped doing comedy that way. Better. I'm gonna try to find it. On it's there for history. What are we gonna do hide it, which you're in Haydn sort of. Okay. So nobody can see it. It was great. Is it still on the internet? I mean, do we scrub it Disney rain down global security. The web of navy seals came down and scrubbed it from the internet. I'm gonna check. Like just off the gate, he works blue because the Monica Lewinsky stuff was going on. It comes out of the box, comes out of the box working blue, but that's not the part that I remember the part that I remember norm Donald being norm, Don on the way that made everyone feel really awkward and stare at each other. And that's what norm Donald did..
"norm donald" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Ten grams would run you about a thousand. I'm not really sure around the time streetfighter but maybe got some sort of bundle deal when he got all the way up to ten grams. So I don't know what the rights fees situation is on this, Mike. So help me out because it is from the Espy. So I'm going to assume that we own the sound, but I don't want the sound from the Espy's last night. I want the sound from when the Espy's changed most dramatically. When norm Donald went up there and did stand up and he did it in a way that insulted the athletes and the athletes in the crowd, the stars of their times to gots were not having the norm MacDonald roast jokes. There was a lot of self seriousness in the room. They certainly weren't having the OJ Simpson jokes. And so I'd like to go back to that time because I didn't watch last night. That is a hard hard thing to pull off what ESPN does every year that big show where you get all of these athletes to come in and danika Patrick was the host had some cheat. She had some jokes that were risque more risque then. ESPN normally goes into some of these areas. They give themselves permission on a drinking night on a celebration night, but can we get that norm Donald sound Mike for the people who don't remember the Espy's changed forever when norm Donald hosted them because he insulted the athletes and that's not what ESPN Dutt's right for the most part, we're critical of athlete behavior, but we're not roasting athlete. I'm great of these rows, spin on comedy, central Charlie Sheen Bruce Willis, Bruce. Well, it's announced at the end of it the the other day that diehard is not a Christmas movie, nounce it at the end of his celebrity rose. He does not get to decide that now he does not. We decided made him the decider on that. I don't know. Demi Moore was a part of that roast with Bruce Willis that's fought and she said, diehard one, two and three. They were great because they were married at the time, the rest because they weren't married. I mean, it was good. You're right journey. Be great if we could do like celebrity sports rose. That'd be. Great athlete rose. The Viet has an arid yet the Bruce Willis roast spoiler alert. What about the norm? Donald sound that aired right. That aired once upon a time when I don't feel like you have to ask anybody's permission, it's our property, right? Don't we get to grandfather in all previous ESPN sound now explain to me how this will be more complicated in that also just the time it takes to roll on it also their stat. Okay, but hold on m. i. dabbling in dangerous subject matter does. Does the Bristol campus still have scars from whatever it was fifteen years ago because of what norm Donald did during his opening monologue of the SPCA is there, is there some sort of scab? I'm tearing off here that I don't know about. Yes. Well, now you know about it, so you're gonna tear it off anyway. All right, fine. Look it up on the internet norm Donald's all over the place. We can't play for you because we're scared of our own shadow. But normally Donald did this thing where it's called comedy and he did it fifteen years ago and back then it was dangerous. And Ken Griffey got mad and we stopped doing comedy that way better. I'm gonna try to find it. On it's there for history. What are we trying to do? Hide it, which you're an hide it sort of. Okay. So nobody can see it. It was great. Is it still on the internet? Do we scrub it Disney rain down global security. The web of navy seals came down and scrubbed it from the internet. I'm going to Chuck..
"norm donald" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Qadam at the fucking internet's down again this is not a great day jim carey talking about how tommy lee jones hates him jordin sparks welcomes our son i don't care deeply committed fan has three thousand three thirty thousand burger good for him i don't know what this is about oh shit cedar point pass dj evan rachel wood calls out dj khallid for not performing oral sex on women but does she really she say she does it and she likes it that's all she said to him you're missing out yeah way to go evan or whatever your name is twitter let's get out of that we're okay we're getting towards the end krista page yeah yeah i looked up crystalise page i wanted to see what he said to watch him and call it a ho fucking i watched that norman dominant view twice joe rogan normally did i tell you i was on a deep dive on donald norman donald and oj simpson norman donald michael jackson normal donald crushes j simpson norm donald's black jokes are fucking hilarious normal donald how much how bad was i on donald this weekend norm donald again we got so deep that i wanted to see what his kid looks like cameron hanes joe rogan that's a great fucking podcast oh great fucking podcast bill burs dumb quote of the week hop out of that fucking get out of google news that's pointless donald glover's videos cool shit cedar point's rotten you got a new ride pass.