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Prayers Up For Chip The Buffalo

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Prayers Up For Chip The Buffalo

"Sir. Welcome to episode eighty five of the Rose Bowl in podcast, otherwise known as VP eighty five brought to you by grand x. media. I'm your host Ross bowl, and here at the grand eggs media studios in Austin, Texas with my producer, Michael whiner. Hello, Ross. Great to be here. Happy Friday. We've gone back to back to back to back. We've done it. We have accomplished this feat of four days in a row where like the Buffalo Bills, but we win every time exactly what a, what a fucking depressing piece of history that is that always gets brought up for bills fans. You don't wanna go to four Super Bowls and just get your ask kicked everytime that's that's not. That's not the ticket. Maybe we're more like the the Miami Heat under LeBron where we go for years. We win twice a couple. We got a couple of we have a couple of feats. Okay. One time we just get our ass kicked. There's always a couple dubs in there. I'm cool with that. I can take some ELS. 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Little dogs have lot of teeth issues because it got too many teeth in their little crowded mouths. They tend to have teeth issues, especially if they eat things, they're not supposed to eat like acorns or leaves. For example, both of which my dogs for whatever reason, love anything they can crunch. They love crackers treats, you know, leaves acorns, great examples. I came up with their, but anyway, so we take him in for cleaning and it turns out Bella our little list. One has like some kind of fucking to disease. She had to get nine teeth pulled nine. That's a lot. Yeah, it's crazy. Bruce had to get to. And that was like, even that's traumatizing, but nine as dude who's had a lot of dental work done. You know how it is. Like if you've had your wisdom teeth, pulled your woozy the next day you feel like shit, your fucking jaw hurts your cheeks puffy. That's where my dogs are right now. Belen particularly, but they made it through the, it's always scary, like putting a little dog on what's it called. They give you before anesthesia at shit, scary and they're both good. I don't think Bill still, no. She's like morphine out. She might think she's on another planet. Still do not moving around much, but they're both recovering with less teeth than they had previously was a long night, and that's my only announcement we'll get into it. I segment animal of the week, the American alligator. So we're gonna learn about the American alligator today. First of all, they live in the wild southeastern United States, like you're most likely to see him Florida, Louisiana. They live in rivers, lakes ponds swamps by using marshes, these are places with water. They live in the water. Everybody already knows to avoid Louisiana and Florida as much as possible. So this is just another reason to stay away. There's alligators fucking everywhere. I'm just kidding, both, Louisiana, Florida, great states, gator's kind of clumsy on land, but they are very much built for life in the water. Fantastic swimmers have got these webbed feet strong, tails the tails plan, much bigger part than either even realized before doing a little bit more research for this particular segment in the alligators swimming, they propel them through the water. Those things are that like pure muscle back there, the average male gator ten to fifteen feet. The average American alligator male American alligator which is three to five meters. One annoying thing I've noticed about researching all these different animals. You always get feet and meters for every fucking measurement. You also get pounds and kilograms. It's like I understand for those of you in Europe or whatever you guys use them metric system, but for those of you everywhere. But here. Oh, yes, still, yeah, I still do you remember Mike when you're in school and they tried to explain away like why it is that we're the only country that doesn't use the metric system we spent. I feel like we spent weeks of our educational process learning about the metric system, basic. The like the lesson was essentially like, fuck them, though. It was never a good reason given to why we did what's also like the reasons always like the metric systems, a better system, but fuck everybody but us. Yeah, like where this is a miracle American exceptionalism like at it's fine. It really liked the greatest example of that. No reason is talking about gallons and and courts and cups and a miles. You know miles as opposed to feet and Allama is opposed to communists none of it. Makes sense. No is very confusing. Yeah. But this is what we news yards where it's crazy. I like it but like it. I'm gonna go with it. I very much enjoy our system. Look. I I'm not saying I am advocate for the metric system. It's just fucking annoying. It's it's just annoying. That's not much more complicated than that for me, but they can weigh what half a ton, a thousand pounds. These alligators a thousand pounds average male ways between five hundred six hundred pounds. Hey guess what? That's two hundred and twenty seven to two hundred seventy two kilograms. Nobody knows what a kilogram is in the United States. I couldn't. I female. Are usually smaller than males half the link. These Gators is their big strong tails. Here's a little bit. I didn't know about the American alligator back in the sixties. They were actually facing extinction replaced on the endangered species list like they were close to get wiped off the face of the earth. As a result of being placed on that endangered species list over the course of twenty years by nineteen seventy seven. They were thriving. Now we've got millions of these fuckers all over the place. In fact, they're they're over a million American alligators in the state of Florida alone. One million. That's a little crazy. Like I knew Florida was the Gators state. I knew that you could, you know, you see him on the golf course or whatever. On occasion, one like wanders into traffic and it's funny and we see it on YouTube. I didn't realize they were million motherfucking alligators in Florida at changes my whole perspective on shit. What if the Gators form an army? This is a problem. They could March on the state of Florida. One million strong and we could have gator uprising on our hands, be real problem. Don't these things live to be like a thousand years old? No, thank God. They live to be thirty five to fifty. It's wow. You're thinking turtles. Well, yeah, but I thought Gators sort of the same way. I guess it was run on thinks that would. It would be a fucking. Okay. If there were a million of them in the state of Florida and they lived to be a thousand. The problem would become very real. We'd have to get to hunting alligators which radically we'll talk a little bit about in a little bit. Good. We're getting. We're gonna get to the. Yeah, we are. We're gonna talk about that. Grandma, Fisher, one thousand percent. The number one threat to these alligators today as a result of their population has been, it's been replenished, but habitat destruction from human activities such as draining and developing the wetlands. That's the biggest issue for alligators. Obviously, that's the biggest issue for all animals in the wetlands is the draining of the wetlands, the the habitat destruction. This just reminds me of the arrested development. Lindsey goes to pretend to try to save the wetlands could shit anyway, as huge as the female alligators can be. Even though they're a little bit smaller than the males are still big ass, reptiles, very ferocious looking actually very gentle mothers. They make like a nest on the shore, lay their eggs. They guard the eggs until they're ready to hatch. At that point, the baby start making noises the mother. Here's the little noises as they break out of the eggs and she carries them gently in her mouth to the water nearby in newly hatched young or usually about six to eight inches, which for those of you in the in the UK of fifteen to twenty centimeters. That and very vulnerable. The mother protects them from predators like raccoons and Bob cats and birds and even other alligators. Apparently they'll just cannibalize each other and the young alligators stay with their mother for up to two years. That's a really long time. It's so strange as some animals tend to their young in fend off predators and others are just like, all right, good luck motherfucker in then in the middle of saying that sentence, I realized that's the exact same thing that happens with humans. Some people are good mothers and some people are terrible mothers in. Some people have great parents and some people's parents just kick them out into the real world and figured out on your own motherfucker. As I said, they live thirty five to fifty years girl, be five hundred, six hundred pounds. Like if you're looking to see how much alligator ways look at big Pia. No, like normal, classical sized piano. That's about how much one of these guys ways. They mainly fish turtles, various mammals. Bird. Other reptiles you've seen their chompers. They can put anything down. They're both males in the females. Had these like armored bodies with muscular flat tail the skin on their back is, you know, it's got, it's like embedded with bony plates. They're actually called Opio germs or scoots like that back armor. They've got got those four short little legs. Front legs have five toes while the back legs only have four toes, which is strange, got long rounded, snouts upward facing nostrils that allow them to breathe while the rest of their bodies underwater. It's why seem low key creep in, you know, in those little bodies of water, which just fucking nostrils popping out, they'll get you Val. The young ones have bright yellow stripes on their tails adults have darker stripes. They darker, they get older. It's actually very easy to distinguish an alligator crocodile based on their teeth. The large fourth tooth in the lower job, and alligator fits into a socket in the upper jaw and is not visible when the mouth is closed. That does not happen in crocodiles, alligators have seventy four to eighty teeth in their mouth at a time. And as they wear down, they get replaced this crazy. They can go through three thousand teeth in a lifetime. Three thousand teeth. They get replenished a wish. That was the case for my dogs who are not lacking in teeth, but a aggress journal the week, the American alligator. And now we're gonna talk about an American alligator getting got hard next segment. Gator, killing grandma. See my seen this in the news over the past week. This small town mayor this great grandma Judy Cochran she seventy three years old in rural Texas. She shot and killed a bloodthirsty gator. She, she calls it that she's been hunting for years. She's been trying to take this thing out. She believes at eight, one of our miniature horses. And she offered and there's video of her offing it. It's a twelve footer too big boy. Five hundred eighty pounds very long, five hundred eighty pounds. Even if it one of killed that horse. That's a huge gator, huge monster. Just going like the. Eighty pounds. They're crazy, big cr-. I mean they've got pictures of her with you. Gotta Google Judy Cochran c. o. c. h. r. a. n. it's going to be the first thing that pops up. They've got pictures of her next to this gator with like, you know, roped up or whatever God as my witness, it kind of looks like the gator from the movie hook. It's that big. It's huge. It twelve feet five hundred eighty pounds, and she believes the eight or horse. So she hunted it for two years. Finally gets revenge. Hell. Apparently back in two thousand nine in this exact same pond, her five year old grandson shot gator and that one was even bigger. It was eight hundred pounds, twelve foot six inches who? Nope. No, not down with this battle. She also got it with one shot, which I love one shot. While you shoot, you should get her in the head and you say, that's one shot. One shot kid and used act like Ronnie and jump around. 'cause that's what I would do that is the best jersey shoreline. In my opinion, ever the the one-shot, what shut shut, what shut kid. I love it. Dude, he, he crumpled that guy. You know what I've heard about the story for two or three days hour-long. It's yeah, I've seen it on Twitter, whatever. I had seen the photo until today. You've got to look at this of mine have if you just search gator on a Google winner or Twitter, it's like the first story. The pops up the photo of. This woman next to a twelve foot. Five hundred eighty pound gator is unbelievable. He's crazy. It looks Photoshop is is really gnarly and there's like the pick of her with the gun like she's old white, haired woman. You know, she's Livingston. Texas is it's a small town of about five thousand people where she's the mayor, apparently newly lex. She could probably be the mayor for the rest of her life. Now, he she's clearly the most famous person from Livingston. She's going to have the name ideas for to it in politics. The problem is that we know they're over million, Gators in Florida, and at least a small faction of those has to be strategizing right now to get revenge on Judy Cochran I think that's goes without saying, but this thing, eight opponent man. And then she went full vice vice even compares it to cause the Liam Niessen of grandma's which is absurd. God you gotta go. Watch the video vices. Got great footage and interviews or some great ones from like. FOX twenty six, which I believe is Houston, Houston, Chronicle's got great quotes from her as well. It was a totally legal kill just for the record, but that does not mean that animal rights group pita is happy about it. Of course, they're pissed off about it. They are all over this Texas grandmother too. By the way that gator was two hundred sixty three kilograms. Keep giving you these metrics these old. What do you call it? What's the other scale use the metric scale? God, man, my this is four deep this week. I'm I'm barely functioning, but I'm enjoying it. Shot it right in the head off it. I don't know. This is one of those things like art. So when I find like a spider in my backyard, I'm like, Aw, man, I gotta get rid of the spider. I don't want to buy one of my dogs or whatever. Typically Taylor will be like, don't kill it. And I'm like, what? What do you want me to do? Relocate it off into the what? How what do you want me to do? Sometimes you just gotta kill. Feel something to keep your home safe or whatever. Not just the way it is. It don't get me wrong. Like pretty often, you know, rather than killing a bug. I would try to capture it and set it free. 'cause I don't have any beef with bugs in general, just I don't want him in my house, but if it's a gator of that size and you think your horse. I think you gotta put a bulletin that things head. I respect the move from from old lady Judy. So, yeah, that's the story of a gator, killing grandma next segment, what is nor McDonald's deal and in I've brought in my friend, Dave rough to to discuss this Whitney, Dave. How are you. I'm doing well. Thanks for having me on again two times in one week, why not? Didn't we talk about normal little the first time to did we did we. I don't know. Nobody really knows it all blends together. We did talk about norm last weekend. Mike is read the week. Oh, that's what it was. Okay. Well. To continue that conversation a little Dave. You know what it was I brought up that you were the person, the other person. I know he's like a huge norm Donald fan and you're the first person I knew who like mainstream supported nor McDonald because he's such a unique in strange dude and not very many people get what he's doing. We've got the point is he's got this new show on Netflix. It's called Norman, Donald has a show and it's talk show like a variety show, kind of it's pretty much the exact same format is his old podcast was if you ever watched or listened to that, the first episode of this, this new Netflix show drops September fourteenth, two thousand eighteen. I've watched a handful of episodes. Now. Five, I believe is how many I've watched and it's very, very good. But the problem is like nobody gets norms humor, very like the I watched the first episode which was special guest, David Spade of. Movies like tomboy or black sheep. That's it. It's the only things you ever did his now. He also shoot me he's in. Yeah, just shoot me did a ton of Adam Sandler movies. Everybody knows David Spade is straight. Does Adam Sandler movies regularly? Yeah. And after the first episode of norm, Donald has show Taylor. Dover means. She was like, what the fuck was that. She's like, I didn't really like it. I was like, oh, okay. Well, let's give it one more. Give it another shot. So the second episode is is drew Barrymore is the guest. And once I had explained to Taylor like the norm McDonald stick basically. She got it and thoroughly enjoyed it. And now we're like four, five episodes deepen. It's getting better and better. But what I wanted to do for the sake of like people more people getting enjoy norm is try to explain to them what the hell is doing. You see. I appreciate what you're going to try to do. Yeah, but I don't think you're going to succeed in your mission here, and here's one that might be fair. I don't think you can. I don't think you can talk someone into liking norm the, it's hard to talk people into liking comedy. You either like that stuff or you don't. Can I change word it kind of the same, it's, but you either get it or you don't sure deficit. That's a better way of saying. Sure. This restaurant you though, is ago thoroughly enjoys normal. It doesn't. And here's why I actually had this conversation with will the freeze the other day off Mike. And he was saying, Dave, don't take offense of this, but I just don't really think norms all that funny. Yeah, he's like, it's not that I don't respect him. It's just that. I don't think he's that. He doesn't appeal to me. And I said, you know, I don't. I don't really take any issue that I completely understand it because it's a, it's a style of humor. That's not for everyone. There's probably a split in your audience, our audience. I'm sure there is absolutely people who grew up seeing norm on. Yeah, not live. Solomon dirty works as masterful appearance in Billy Madison. Yes. As a piece of shit friend who hangs out by the pool, what is she talking about? Great character. Yet. It's tough to explain it because normally he's kind of a polarizing figure his stand up. Comedy is revered by the best, the best comedians in the world view, if you were to take a poll of the best standup is in poll, only people who do stand up norm would be top three. He'd be on the list. Yeah, US. Yeah. I mean your favorite, he's he's your favorite comedians favorite comedian putting? Yeah, that's kind of the angle. David Letterman is one of his biggest fans, and there's an I haven't watched it yet, but David Letterman's and upcoming guest. Watch is fantastic. Yeah. A norm was on one of the last guests on the letter on late night with on David Letterman's show the late show. David Letterman. Yeah, Letterman actually, what's a Letterman is actually like an executive producer of the show. Yeah. Oh, yeah. He is. This norm. He got, nor he pulled the strings. Dave Letterman has a show on Netflix as well. Yes, it is very good also at thoroughly enjoyed the the several episodes of that that I've watched. And I was curious if he had something to do with definitely he, he helped get back on TV. Norms had he had a sitcom, he had. What was it? The norm was at the norm show. They've, they're always named similarly, then he had sport show would normally Donald on comedy central. Yeah, that lasted tweaking, great. Go, go on YouTube type. Watch all of those only lasted nine episodes. There was a good show. He was a, he was actually doing that show when the Tiger Woods scandal broke, no, hey, and his his commentary on now it was just unbelievable. Go in and go search on YouTube. Wait, what? Wait. What norm Donald, and you'll see his segment called wait what? And it's just it's super, but it's so fucking funny and it's it's Norman nutshell, but Yemen, it's it's tough to convince people like, hey, you should like this guy is especially because norms is his style is it's very traditional comedian stand up comedian. It's dead pan. School, a lot of its old very old school. A lot of subversive comedy were he's just intentionally derailing. He's an instigator he is, but he's it makes him a fantastic into interviewer. Unlike anyone you've seen ever and. I would much rather watch him interview somebody than watch one of these guys who has a late night show and they just wanna go on there and plug your fucking new movie, your stuff and get gets those are really jokes out of out of you in three minutes now, that's, that's one thing I want to impress upon people here other than first of all, I don't necessarily want to convince people to to like norm. I would hope that more people get it, but at the very least you need to understand if it's not for you. It's not for you, and that's fine. But he's not. This is all intentional. Like if you're watching the show you watch norm, do comedy and you're like, man, is this really bad? Joke segment, it's not bad. It's supposed to be bad. It's it's, it's it's an angle. It's a different type of comedy. So I've got so many norm recommendations. So Ross mentioned, you mentioned the the old. His podcast is YouTube show result also podcast. Yeah, he has named co host. Yeah, Adam side kick out Amiga who is perfect. Yes. She's the fucking weirdo. Manages the lab, the comedy factory, or whatever. The comes store Yali stores. He's involved in in comedy. Well, they have a segment at the end where they, they've clearly norm and maybe Adam to some extent, but norms written these jokes and a lot of motor, nor lot of them are absurd jokes. You shouldn't say their offensive there. Some some of them are just graph bad or just straight terrible yet bombing on purpose, which is something norm has been known to do, and he gives them to the guest and make reading and Adam, his co host to read without, you know, with no preparation and you can see when they get it. They read the car. They'll be like a k. and he makes it his upwards. He can't. He'll be like now now now now I want you to read your car. Don't say that allowed, but I want you to read it and I'm gonna go and read my joke, and then you're gonna your joke and they'll go sing the song. Yeah, it's great how he sets it up and some of the best or so, I guess on the on his YouTube channel, it was super Dave's, Dave Osborne, yeah, from. Actually, why that when we you dad Dave's on a lot of comedy, he was on curb your enthusiasm, great character. What's his name on there? Marty Funkhouser. Yeah, great character funk Meyer Meyer. Admire thing. Go watch the jokes there. If you just type into YouTube, you can find it. Another piece of gold. Go check out when he hosted the Espy's in like nineteen ninety nine, holy shit. He hosted the SP's. He hosted the SPN and you will never be asked back because this is their guns blazing. This may be the greatest. It's it's the pinnacle of norm for me. This is the greatest monologue you've ever seen. And it's done in front of the Espy crowd, which is like notoriously weird. Little other athletes are not drunk and nobody knows how to act. Nobody knows how to act like even when it's like Lamm comedians. You can feel awkward as you always awkwardness takes it so far he makes he makes OJ jokes. He's, he goes, it's such an extreme thing. You can't believe it's on ESPN even fifteen years ago. However, long it was you gotta find this. We got us in the case in amazing, amazing thing. Deadspin always posted when the speech comes around. I watched every year. It's a major to do didn't. He also do the White House correspondent's dinner with one of the years Clinton was believe he did once. Look that up too, because that's great as well. And it's the best part of a norm, deliver a joke, at least on these. These ones we've just reference is watching his reaction. Where he's trying to kind of laughing himself because he knows how uncomfortable it just made the entire audience miserable. He's making everyone. It's so good. One of the things that before I forget that I wanted to touch on to as David mentioned, like it's in his interview style as a host as a talk show host is unlike anything else you're ever going to get. I think that's what makes them so good at this particular format for the normal Donald has show show. It's it is it's an actual interview. Yes, you're getting real questions real information. He asked some questions that are very uncomfortable. Very personal questions. Yes, ju berry more if you MRs. Cocaine? At one point, I spit out my fucking. She was so fucking good, but he's asking questions that you're never gonna see asked to the some of the most famous people in the world. He's doing it in a way that he makes them earned their answer even because people will start answering one of his questions. He'll straight up interrupt you and try to change the subject. If you don't play along with norm or figure out how to play off of him, you're gonna bomb. It's funny watching makes you earn it because you know him David Spade or buddies ears. Yeah, great. Friends like the Knicks warts one. There's a Knicks worsen not on this show. This is confusing. We keep going back to his old one. That's fine. You can get them on YouTube. This is from the normal, Donald Nixon. 'cause it's funny because you can see they know at norms doing they know what they're doing. You watch their face. They're like, okay, like normal. Just like jump in an interrupted and change the subject like like David Spade, like I won't. I won't finish the the answer there. The story. You don't funny to me David. Spayed being the first guest was very funny on on back to the Netflix show norm. Donald has a show which you can watch now. He played for sure very deeply into norm Schick. He talked a lot about doing coke and he, he kept using very niche terminology that only a cocaine would know which I thought was very funny. He basically outed himself still. What do you call it? I can't remember. He didn't say it wasn't yak or ios or something, but he used a term where I was like, oh, he, he referenced the drip coke. And the second starts talking about the drip. You're like, oh yeah, this person's still does cook dude when he tells us story about getting catfish. Yeah, that's like you're not gonna get that anywhere else? No, good. No, it was. It was like incriminating almost. He was also like openly kind of admitting Normal's like he asked him. Have you ever paid for straight six. And David Spade response was like basically indirectly? Yes, that that he, he was knowledge ING. What we often referred to as like semi escorts, which of these situations at some of these famous people get into with like Instagram models or influencers or whatever, where it's it's an unspoken deal in the joke. David Spade makes he's like, you know, you, you go sleep with this girl and you get a text like two days later. It's like, hey, I need a new radiator or something like that. So he just gets in all this shit. He shouldn't be getting into it. It's it's, it's good. But then when the second episode comes around drew Barrymore's the guest. I thought if you see you watch watch. I got caught up in color, rush last night. I thought I thought this was the best talk show. Interview. I've ever seen period, dude, I kinda love her man. She might be like he calls her America's sweetheart a couple times, and I know I've heard it referred to as such before, but she might legitimately be that she's so fun. She's like the nicest human being on the face of the. Yeah, I don't think she has like a, no. She had a dark side, but I don't think she has a negative Boehner body. She speaks that she talks about how when she was like thirteen going to the clubs in l. a. and doing cocaine, which is an outrageous that really happened like drew Barrymore was doing vein that you shouldn't do in your thirties when she was like twelve unbelievable, which is is just wild. You're developing brain absolutely watched ju- berry more thought drew was a perfect guest because she's so good and she gets norm the same amount as every. Watching. She doesn't know what's going on most of the time, but she's so nice that she just point blank will tell him several times during the course of their interview. She stops them and goes, I don't get it and it's just so it's like redeeming. 'cause it's like, neither do we neither be you're not supposed to get it. Judge. Judy is one of the guests, man. I love how random that is. She didn't really know what was going on some of the time which I enjoyed. But then the the only other one I'll talk about is, is David Letterman who you mentioned. He no one has the ability to play into the norm, stick better than David. Letterman we'll do. A lot of the norm stick is being David Letterman when norms interviewing you hear him go into his David, Letterman character. It's so bizarre. I think norm one time maybe twice on SNL in the nineties did a David Letterman skit. Okay. And you hear it with norm. Sometimes he just straight up. Turns into David letter just became interviewing. You'll just here and be like, ha. He does that a lot. You're like, what do you do it? It's so it's so great. And it's funny, man, you probably you could probably hear it on grand x. podcast. You hear people around here who kind of adopt some of it too, because I think there's a lot of people here who are big fans, but I'm excited for the David Letterman one it is. I mean, it's, it's next. It's good. Dave walks off at the end. He literally leaves the show in the best. The other, the best stick about normal. Donald has a show that I have noticed through the four, five episodes I've watched is he never really explained to the guests what's happening. There's not a large audience. It's a small one. He doesn't tell the guest when the show is started, he keeps pretending they're cutting to commercial break. There are no commercials Netflix show is he'd he being the middle of like him and drew Barrymore would get into like some deep shit talk for ten minutes about something and the normal go, and we're back and Druce faces. Like, wait what that wasn't even record, like he did the same thing. David Spade were day goes, why the fuck. Are we even talking at all, then we weren't on the air in it. No point is norm. Go back to explain to them. It was a joke. In fact, he just takes it a step further and continues to act like they're more commercials later on. Yeah, I had something. He says, huge testicles that part of this that people don't respect enough. Do you have any idea? Fucking scary. This is to operate on that level. All of the time. Never break character. He's had some huge guests to it's his whole life. Now, this norm has become his standup routine permanently. I don't think you could have a conversation with an, it's not. The same as what you see every time you see him talk. His also a big gambler, huge gambler believes that's some substance abuse issues in the past. He doesn't drink anymore. Yeah, I don't know. I know you sober one point. I don't know if he is now. He looks like shit. By the way. He looks like he's fucking eight years old. He's old when he up there and does a dance at the end and sings, you're like, oh dude, it's so bizarre norm. This is depressing. You know, everybody's got that one friend where you wish they'd take a little bit better care themselves, feel like God. I wish this motherfucker would just stopped like eating McDonalds every day or smoking cigarettes, so much, maybe bathe more often, whatever it may be norm as absolutely that friend for every a list comedian because he just worry about the guy like is he gonna make it? Yeah, I hope he does because he's unbelievably funny. But when if you go watch norms show which I highly recommend you do because again, not only does he have fantastic guests. I think it's a very unique type of interview that you're not gonna get anywhere else ever go in with an open mind and go and understanding that it's all part of the joke in everything with him is a performance. It's like Mike, and I, when we talked about this Norman Don. New York Times piece last week, where norm doesn't consider himself to be the anti comic or whatever. It's like the, I'm so in for people who are wondering why the fuck are we still talking about this again a week later. I'm obsessed with this type of shit like the the Kauffman esque performance art living. The joke type shit is the most interesting shitting comedy to me, the amount of dedication that that takes is crazy. Like every year you the play with them or you both bomb, and he loves it either way. He doesn't give fuck the his performance at the roast of Bob sag. It was that the one where he intentionally made the worst jokes, he told. Super outdated jokes that were just so old tiny, like from the nineteen thirties and she's like, yeah, yeah. And you know, it's funny that they've booked norm on that. I know he's friends Bob saggy, but it's like dude, he was. He's not the kind of comedian who goes up there and roast. He's not like that's just not his style. He's no, Greg Giraldo. They had to have known. He was going to do that like he was gonna come up with something. My favorite part about that is they always they spliced in clips of the, you know, the beautiful people. They pay to sit out in the crowd Abel's probably have no idea, and they would. They would cut to like normally a joke and it bombs in like Bob sag in the background, who knows exactly what's happening, and they would pan to like some, you know, hot couple, some hot tan couple in the crowd who were cracking up. It's like they're, that's either from another joke from another performer or that's just fake over the top. Laughter, it's, there's even get that. No, it's just be real in a lot of, yeah. It's funny man. A lot of it you, you're not gonna be like gut laughing. I mean, you're not going to be. It's not belly laugh or but a lot of it's just so funny that you're. Ramada spin watching it. There's a lot of like what there's a lot of that, but I, I mean, that's I, I wish people would give norm more of a shot. Like I feel like a lot of people are gonna watch the first episode and walkaway after David Spade they're gonna be like, that was terrible. It was wildly unstructured. It was random, but it's supposed to be. Yeah. I mean, Dave, I love about it. The how, the unstructured, the entire thing is how they've got to you said there wasn't a, there was a small audience, so his only studio audience there isn't when it's just the crew. So. Just a production guy or like a cameraman. Yeah, which is I love. It feels so intimate. And if there's an audience, it's just it's a different feel. Yeah. And that's when you get like the whole, the guest is always playing for the audience. Definitely. That's I don't watch late night. I, I go to bed earlier, but dude, imagine how good like Jimmy Fallon show would be if he was able to actually do meaningful interviews with his guests. Yeah, I'm John would be great. No, it wouldn't. Jimmy Fallon is terrible at interviewing people. All he wants to do is make people laugh and the hosted game show. Jimmy Fallon is a trash talk show. I'll just say, oh, Jimmy, I think has is because he humanized Trump. No, he's trashy shows why you cock? No, no, no. Don't get cut. Fallon is terrible at his job. He's funny. He's a funny guy, but you can't be tear. I'm sorry, yell, Rawson I normally don't you on this pot. That's okay. Well, don't tell me the Jimmy Fallon without a studio audience becomes Charlie rose. All the said. No, the guy ask. Good questions. He's terrible. He's serious allegations a worse interviewer than Jay Leno. Who was the worst who the highlight Jalen. Yeah, you would nice guy. Rose, like rape somebody. He was just a creepy old guy, I think. Oh, yeah. You know, he got me to himself. Leno. Have you heard about this? Yeah, look, I'm not saying Lynda was good, bad example. I'm point. Is you getting real interviews here? Yes, free-form, no structure like nobody ever asked Mel Gibson, what's who's a who's a handsome, man, the John Hamm ocean's eleven, John Hamza fine example. And nobody. Nobody asked Jon Hamm real questions on late night shows like John tells about difficult struggles growing up. They're like, hey, John tells about your new project with Amy Schumer. That's it. John's river is going to be the next Batman. Tell us about that. He's been a dream ears, and then John turns to the audience and smiles and the audience laughs, and then they cut to commercial and they come back and they do a couple more questions than, hey, no. The thing that I hate the most about modern late night television is they always they always try to have some. This is found this is found really sucked. Yeah, they always try to have some fun game or some like, oh. You wanna go, you wanna go play kickball with the flaming bowling pins and it's something. Yeah, John Hannan I gonna play beer pong with Boeing balls. This is crazy. 'cause it's beer pong? Yeah, so wacky, it's all right, dude, just fucking interview him. Look, we're having fun with playing games just like the Poor's watching John hamlet, a pledge on fire. I think when he was in college on, he got kicked out of UT for like, yeah, I was just like a knife to someone's ball wasn't even alleged. This is documented. Yeah, John has shit. It's pretty hard core also just a hog on that guy which is normal about it can't get away from that dick, he's the guy. He's the go. The big dick is tortured by big dick. Nobody will stop bringing it up or putting up. He snapshots snob snapshots of his, his mushroom head poking through his fucking chino. Do you know what this is? What it's like to be a famous woman, John him right Geno. It's like a photo of Britney Spears nip. Look at this cleavage Christina, Aguilera, holy, and the dragged a pledge with a hammer by his balls and then set his clothes on fire. Classic. That's just cloudy some guys that I know he wasn't a pledge. He was a brother's an active. They almost they let his bed on fire on accident, just fireworks under a military smoke bomb under his door, and it caught his bed on fire while he was he was asleep and kick the door down, literally almost burn him and the house down lived with that guy for a couple of years up to this little brother angry. When he was unable to recite a list of details, he was supposed to memorize about fraternity members. He then sets it Sanders jeans on. Post's his face into the dirt and hit him with the paddle. The AP said, jam participated in the hazing, quote till the very end. Sanders says, what is win was the very end did not let up. It sounds like Jon Hamm was was was really tied in college. That's what does. Yeah, you're reading this. And yeah, it sounds like he went a little far, but it's like guys like that. It's really funny that like ninety nine percent of the population hearing that is like what a monster, and I'm like, that's tight. That sounds guys as the hardest. We're usually the least. Cool. That's okay. But there were cool guys who had serious, like Emilio issues. Seeded issues would come out during the hazing and just exploded. You'd be like, what the fuck dude to what's going on with what's going on. Brian man. He's normally pretty chilly O'Brien, just lit that pledge on fire. Fucking sprayed raid in that kids face. Yeah. Fuck got laid last night. He's still angry. Yeah, that would be cool. Guys ham attended UT for three semesters from nineteen eighty nine to nineteen ninety, though he aspired to be an actor. His top priorities at the time were quote, getting laid and getting hammered. He told. Two thousand eight interview great clue, much different than most kids in college. The school after his father died. So obviously there was some deep seated. She telling you this semester, and then of course he enrolled at the university of Missouri where he later starred in PSA's from the university, which were dope. Great. No, his goes back to Missouri. Yeah, the forever. I love that. Jon Hamm was full blown terrible hazing, frat guy at one point and to get to what this fucking segment is supposed to be about. That's exactly my point here in Dave. You said it if Jon Hamm came on normal, Donald has a show norm would not even let Jon Hamm talk about anything else but his his hammer. Yeah, he'd keep bringing it up over and over until Jon Hamm got mad enough to leave the stage and that would be the show and it would be glorious. That's never gonna happen. Jon Hamm would never put himself in that situation, but it would be glorious if it could happen. I've been told. Chevy Chase. One's pretty good too. I that's very, that's up next for me because he's very unstable who's very old and he's a little Kuku. He's didn't. He say some racist shit at one point, two layers alleged you know what it's funny. You mentioned Chevy Chase because Chevy Chase is the topic of next week's re to the week is read of the week. It's a tease for you. Wow. So check out the norm show. Listened watched that episode and then come back for the profile. Dave. Do you have any closing remarks you'd like to make an attempt to get people to understand or at least give Norma chance. A highly recommend doing a little primer. Go on YouTube all the stuff we previously mentioned. Also look up norm, Donald, Nick, sward, CIN man, great. MA n. g. r. e. it's an ad they did. It's a sponsor of one enormous podcasts or was YouTube show and they did this. This ad read for the man great at some grilling tool, and it's so it's it's the funniest thing I've ever seen because there's no way they stayed on as a sponsor after this res where he bombs the read on purpose. He he clearly just, yeah, he makes making fun of it basic. I'm gonna probably go watch it after this. I haven't watched it in a long time. Watch that watch. I don't know. You're you're either gonna love it or hate it. I, it just bums me out. I know. I know you emir on the wrong side of the coin here because we're people who try to be funny for a living it. So that's the kind of person who loves norm. Yes, he makes. He's like the scapegoat for all of us. Basically just does the hardest possible version of comedy, but I just want everyone to of McDonald's. I don't know how to explain it, but take you Dave interview with whatever the Hollywood reporter is at the. We talked about a little a little bit as much as I want to talk about it anyway, Roseanne and the the Louis hit. That is what it is. The thing about the victims of obviously was not a good statement knows it was listen when you wouldn't you when you're a celebrity like norm, who even? I think he's probably considered like see list probably be list at least not A-List. Any everything you say is gonna get written down and recorded, and if you say something wrong, like he did do the backlash against him on Twitter, I saw he was ending and I knew when I saw him trending, I was like, well, that's not good. I was looking at. People were like, I could finally say, I don't think norms funny. It's like, yeah, and. I don't know. Normally one point on north Donald has his show. He's like, you're not allowed to say, you don't get it. You're just an idiot or something like that. And I thought that was a great way for him to put it. Yeah. I mean, that's a good if that's a good way to to frame it. When someone doesn't understand your comedy, what's called stupid, just call them stupid. That's always might have my go-to defense has he does he have any? I haven't gotten that far of only watch one at one episode, but Zia does he go after Adam, ran out of nowhere as he done that yells at him. A couple times he used. He had some bit where he would accuse Adam of being a whole cost Nyerere. And like out of like, I'm actually at a plays along with it perfectly, you know, Jewish, right? And like it's like we're watching you. He also regularly blames. He'll give a guess. Jokey wrote to read the guest will read it and then be very upset about it, and he'll blame it on Adam mmediately. Adam wrote all the terrible jokes definitely didn't. Thanks for coming on and talking about norm with me. If people are wondering right now like. Are saying, I don't. I didn't get this segment. It was bad. No, you're just dumb. Yeah, we're going to start using that defense to Dave. Where can people follow you and hear you your voice if they want to more of it on the touching base podcast available in the grand x. media network. Also you can hear me on the combat sports minute occasionally on back-door cover, which is also in the grand x. media network the combat sports minute. Yeah, also you can find me on Twitter and snap at decoder. Rough also. You can follow me on Instagram at DC. Rough also on linked in Jesus. Some guy invited me to have a virtual coffee with them yesterday. What does that mean? I think it means we Skype or talk on the phone, but we're drinking coffee. So it's basically a conversation, but we're drinking coffee, and we each acknowledged that each other's drink drinking coffee at seems like the best possible spot to do the like Jack Nicholson from the departed where you get a giant fake black dildo, and then you pretend. Masturbate during the Skype session? Yeah, I hadn't thought of doing that. But now that you mentioned, it's my recommendation. All right. Well, if you'd like to have virtual coffee with me, hit me up on any of the app now. Nobody's gonna know it's going to be coffee only. No, you're not gonna jacket with a fake. No, I would never do that. Okay. That's not my style. Well, we'll let you get out of your day. Thank you again. Bye-bye. Okay. So this this next segment is called pray for chip the buffalo, and I brought in my friend doing chivalry here to talk halo Dylan alot Billy how you doing and you're the office resident. Chip, the buffalo expert is correct. I kinda just can't stop talking about it on social media and on our network of podcasts. I think we've we've done. We've talked about it on every show we do now. So it only right that we do it again. What's the greatest thing ever happened to me? It's one of the funniest sports moments in history. It's it's honestly, it's way the hell up there. It's like a undisputed. If you're unfamiliar quickly, I'll summarize what happened for you chip. Is the mascot of what university of Colorado at boulder is the buffalo. He's a buffalo and he's got like a cartoon big old buffalo head. He's smiley, looks real. Happy jolly. And at the game, this past Saturday chip was attempting to fire t shirt cannon to shoot a t shirt into the crowd, you know, so that a fan could catch it and sure, and enjoy that extra large generic t. that will be completely ruined. After one wash in the washing machine chip on, fortunately, had the cannon turn the wrong way and what resulted was a direct shot to the cock and ball went blank point blank with a t shirt cannon, which if you're thinking, I don't know much about t-shirt cannons velocity there. Yes, not not just that, but in order to fire a t. shirt, you know, several hundred into the crowd. You can't. You have to water it up tightly really? This is this is a yes, dangerous product up tight. And it's hard. It's wrapped in plastic to usually. And so the sound, first of all, you have to watch a video if you haven't yet. It makes. It in that is to the to the buffaloes dick of the impact. Now it's it's people have asked, like, what's that look like? Like a put sick of Buffalo's. Here's a man. A human man turns out that's just a costume. There's a human inside of is a guy in there. It's names not really chip. He's a normal human just like you or me. And he's probably in a lot of pain still as a result, but he's a what happened to shoot himself on the dick. Yeah, he crumples he, okay. He takes it to the dick and just like anyone who takes shot to the dick if it will have, if you don't have Dick's. But the people who do have Dick's they know what it feels like it's horrible and he just throws his hips back like and then just collapses to the ground in front of like seventy thousand front of a lot of people. My favorite, not my favorite part, but a a huge bonus to this video is it. He's heroin carted off the field like key the injury, like a two time, all American who blew his knee out and the crowds just, you know. Here is a cheer, of course, and he wears his head off the field on the card, and it's truly the whole video is just absolutely incredible. Yeah, there's a couple of different viewpoints. All you have to do is Google chip the buffalo and this the so many articles are gonna pop. This has been beaten to death, but I was not going to not talk about this. He's getting carted off the field with the fucking mascot helmet. He's way like I'm okay. And he gives the thumbs up waves to the crowd and they cheer for him. Meanwhile, he his, his dick and balls are just the obliviated and the live reporting from the scene like all the tweets from when it happened or like I heard a loud bang and saw chip down, seems like a malfunction with a t shirt cannon. It's not a malfunction. He pointed at his car to user air user. The barrel turned pointed right at his dick turns out there's actually a chip the buffalo, Twitter account. It's verified. It's legitimately him and he's tweeted since I'm good guys. Thanks for all the love. So hopefully is. Okay. What's funny because you when you saw the video. I thought it was pretty funny because you thought it was part of the AC. I thought it was lanell. I thought it was on purpose, and I was like, that is a very funny mascot schtick good for him. He's a good mascot. I didn't realize it was actually when you see the second angled it, I think it it's all the light of day maybe yesterday point. It's it's up close and you can see him it. The reaction is very often. He's not. Yeah, he does not expect to be pelted in the groin with a t shirt. Don't. It was don't. It was an accident this. The problem here as I see it is that I'm not sure this can ever be topped in terms of mascot moments like we may have peaked here. Yeah, that's unfortunate that this may be as good as it gets. Forever. That's true. Nobody ever could have dreamed that we'd even have this funny of moment. I'm just it's also beautiful because it's shipped the buffalo and the university of Colorado Boulder's Natori party school. This is probably just some kid who did too much coke the night before, and his brain wasn't properly working. So he turned the t shirt cannon the wrong way and shot his cock. And what's amazing about this accident is that usually when you shoot one of these things and we all see him, you know. They hold it off to the side like traditional rifle right or or maybe like from the gut, no one ever seen the butt of a rifle or a t shirt cannon pointed straight at the guys dick now when you were little kid and you get like a Nerf gun for the first time or whatever it some point as a little kid. That's a boy, a little boy. You know, you have a penis at some point in your life. You hold something like steady it on your dick and then you and you think to yourself, oh, this is a really bad. I just feels not right. And then you learn to never do that ever ship the buffalo just didn't learn that he's using his buffalo dick as a means to prop up the gun which he then fires directly into himself. But he had the barrel pointed at his dick and not the crowd. This is the like with the samurais due to commit Hari carreer or whatever they stabbed themselves. Is the mascot version of that you shoot yourself in the dick with a with a t shirt. Can he just crumples and he hits the turf. I mean, it's unbelievable. You gotta go. Watch the video thoroughly made. I mean this JR. It made our week here at the office every day. I may have watched five hundred times at this. Oh my God. It's so good any. Thank you for coming on and talking about it for few minutes with as always a pleasure. I need some share the moment. Yeah. Where can people fall you doing? People can follow me on Instagram and Twitter at d. chivalry but more importantly, check out my new. I got a new podcast. Go on the mail, the mail bag. It is available on grandad's labs currently, hopefully getting its own feed very soon. It's fun. We just kind of answer questions from from listeners, and we talk about pretty much anything and you bring in guests bringing guests. I'm gonna have you on their soon? Oh, yeah. I don't know if you knew that that'll be cool. I don't know if I look forward to. Yes, someone said you don't do podcast already gonna fill. I need to do more of you have been saying that. Yeah, check out the mail bag on. I'd seen subscribed fall Dylan on Twitter, Instagram. I don't know if you Snapchat, then I really don't care. But yet pray for the buffalo. Pray for chip purrs for chip lovey Bill. Thanks next segment. Houston rap song of the week. We're working it on Friday here. It's actually eleven eleven AM right now. Please pause while I make a wish. I'm just kidding. The song of the week is called Rydin by Camilion air or Shamila Nair just Commissioner. Typically this song is mistaken. People think the name is riding dirty. That's not the name of the song is just riding. Now in hindsight, I'm sure wish I Cam wishes. He named the song Rydin dirty that that's what everybody refers to it as. But anyway, came out in two thousand five on the album. The sound of revenge. One of the Houston. Now booms that broke through to the mainstream in the year of two thousand five Commissioner was one of the artists that was routinely featured on BT MTV. He got some nationwide love as a result of the Houston rap moving kind of exploding and the sound of revenge being his album that. He put out for the whole country to enjoy in the whole world when he was in the spotlight. This particular song became a massive hit. I believe it went platinum in the single range or whatever. You know how that works. I don't know. It's fucking totally different than it is now do thirteen years ago, but it was produced by this this to some named play in skills, which I have no idea where those guys they were big in in Houston. RAB back in two thousand five. I have. No, who knows where the were playing skills ended up terrible name by the way, and it was featuring crazy bone of bone thugs and harmony. I also don't know where he, yeah, did not realize crazy. Bone was like one of the remaining bones that was still in bone thugs at that point. I don't know if he is now the whole songs about Rocha racial profiling police brutality. The stereotyping of African Americans driving vehicles with drugs or contraband inside them meeting, they're writing dirty or whatever. Had a pretty cool music video that was shot in Dallas, Texas features, cameo appearances from lazy bone play. Lane skills, Chinga bling. We little grabber. He was known for selling tamales out of the back of his car. That's a great song. That's a real thing he did, but he talks about it too. Yeah, OG big hood. Big tuck was in the video commissioners brother, resign everybody member, resigned. If you were big Cam fan back in the day, you a million with resign. Rydin dirty was the title of view. G ks, nineteen Ninety-six album, which we've actually featured songs from as the Houston rap song of the week before commune air often cites riding dirty, the k. album as one of his all time favorite records. So obviously that's kind of where the name in the chorus came into to play here for him on his hit song ride. But that's class. I remember he did a a Astros themed remix after this came out the the answer is made made a run. Yeah, and I forget what it was what it was called, but it was excellent. There's I believe that's the version they play after every home win. Now. I think they might still do that, but I love this song. Everybody knows that they see me role in the, hey, maybe that was turn it up patrolling insurance. Catch me riding dirty. Yeah, it's a, it's a class. Yeah, I love this song. So that's using rap song of the week. 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"So. Making your way in the world today. Take everything you this comes to us from Jordan Maywood, except we have Jordan. He's gonna challenge you got for Jordan Maywood. Yes. Would may. Hello. This is at the possibility exists that if I were to actually listen to the liberal cute podcast, featuring host Jordan may would I could potentially enjoy. Are we gonna Dorsey, I guess potentially? Enjoy this episode which will start after the other half of by magical comedy duo teller gives us a countdown. It away teller. Hollow come to the liberal cube money, Jeremy with an I am be lackadaisical. Liberal cubicle. Lists this show is a journal of the personal variety. But not so personal. But I don't post it on the internet three to listen to that's dumb. Journal in which I pour forth all the media. I have consumed, and let me tell you this up sewed has a lot of it's not a lot because it's two separate worth a lot learned that in grade seven. No, no, no, a allots because I consume a lot because it helps to escape from this thing, we call reality, which is quite often horrible. Further. Do I will push button will start a series of five five minute timers? Oh, perhaps I should warn that you may not have consumed some of this media yourself. So the possibility that I would spoil it for you does exists. It does exist. Some things. Monologue. Today's movie monologue sponsor is unintentional groundhog day movie. Monologues? Thank you for your sponsorship movie. The first is the second in a franchise that I believe is only two, but there might be more. I don't know the hills have eyes to should come as no surprise. If you listen to the last episode where the MRs and I watched the hills have eyes one though, that's what it's called. This is called the hose on size. That I was going to watch this because that's how I like to roll. We actually watched it together. Similar to I think other horror movies, if that's what you would call this probably this less than the first one calling it a horrible view that is takes the turn into more of an action movie than a horror movie, which is not unusual. This one really does. So to the degree where the the means sort of characters on the first one or just a family trapped to desert, and then these mutants. Of a radiated sort of folk come and kill them as you do a radiated hillbillies, probably an alternate title. I would assume this one ups the action by having the family replaced by army people. Never such more blatant. Let's up the action by replacing family with army people come on come on. Said their trainees, I guess that cuts a little bit the action Eunice suppose question, Mark. If you like the first one, you might not like this one they are somewhat different. It's still radiated hillbillies killing people in gruesome fashion, more of a gore fest than a horror fast rating wise as long as you go in this expecting not much two and a half or less. I will give it depending on your mood. Yes. It's a mood dependent movie moving on speaking of moods. Segue Gothica the mood of insanity. We'll call it. This also watch with MRs per her request actually repressed few male psychiatrists wakes up as a patient in the asylum where she worked with no memory of why she's there what she is done which she has done is murder husband, which is a good thing to do the fact that and you know, what I'm almost positive that. Among the MRs favorite movies are more. Than one in which husbands are killed, by wives. Yep. That's so for that reason, I give this three out of five. This is probably a second viewing of this. Although I didn't really remember anything. It's a fine movie. It's interesting since we're on a deadline of time. I feel like I cannot give away. But just say, it's definitely takes a while before you figure out what's going on which I appreciate in a movie, I always say, I like movies where I've no idea what's going to happen next. This reaches a point where eventually you do. But but still three three to five moving on to blood punch. This was one that I've had forever and just didn't watch for some reason, which I don't know. I didn't because I liked it. Young man is lured into a dangerous love triangle that begins to take a series of shocking and grizzly super natural churns that was a natural burp, which is why I did it. They're totally on purpose. Swear to God. Yeah. The supernatural turns come in the form of a Greenwich day scenario in which these two this young man, and this young woman are reliving the same day over and over again, some sort of never really one hundred percent pinpointed why it's happening. It's like an ancient Indian burial grounds. Majesty thing, I guess question. Mark anyways. It didn't really mad or why it's happening for the purpose of the story. It's just that. How do you break? This loop in grad Han day. Of course, it's, you know, living your best life here. It's killing one another. Yes, killing lots and lots of killing one interesting little bit of this that it's something you don't expect of a movie of this type. Okay. So you got this love triangle, quote, unquote, I kill someone in this love triangle and then restart the day, the body of that person is still there like the dead body of the person who ever killed is still wherever I left it usually buried or hidden in some way, but so sort of an interesting idea, which leads to the sort of conclusion if this is an infinite loop, and it was never broken eventually, the entire globe is it's going to be filled with writing courses. So, you know. Split punch, ladies and gentlemen. Four to five. Last. But not least we're at a time. And I did want to hold to the schedule. Let her out another bloody one. Get along summary. I'll tell you what we'll do for this one since it's a long summary, and sometimes summaries are funny. This read the summary give my review and we'll call it quits for this segments. Literature follows Helen a bike courier who suffers traumatic accidents as she recovers. She begins to experience. Strange episodic blackouts, hallucinations and nightmares. The lead her. Discover she has a tumor is a tumor. I ended that a benign tumor that is the remnants of a vanishing twin quote unquote absorbed in utero, which is an album. Over time the tumor metaphysics that self as dark and demented version of a stranger. Helens, emotional and psychological state begins to deteriorate further and further. She begins to act in psychotic episodes that are influenced by her evil twin making her a danger to or self and her best friend, Molly. And a lot of other people that she fucking fucks up pardon the swearing. It's three to four out of five. I enjoyed it. Very buddy though. Very. Television talk. Today's television, talk sponsor is jokes on blue cards. Thank you for that sponsorship. 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. Banter? Today's book banter sponsor is the just beacause which is a apiary specific law firm, just because. Okay. We're talking. Why does the world exists in excess -sential detective story by Jim ahold? Yes. A rare almost never happens in a book banter on this podcast treading into nonfiction. And I will say on that note. I did finish this. Yeah. I liked it. It's an interesting read, you will find your reading this and new pathways in your brain will open up and sort of fascinating thoughts will pour in which I do enjoy. It's just. Read like, I consume a lot of this media for the purposes of escaping scaping or escaping. If you prefer saying electric correctly. Screwing up on saying the word correctly is funny to me. Anyways. Yeah. I read for the purposes of escaping into my brains from the real world, which is why fantasy and sue slightly lesser extent. Sifi my favorite generous. Because that gives you a further escape then things that are happening in the real world. And in even further escape, then this which is a nonfiction exploring. Why is there a world rather than nothing? Why are we here that sort of I d? Me read the good reads or it's a long one. Okay. Well, we'll see how we do. And I suppose I could have picked out some of the points of the chapters that the sort of delve into they are all interesting just get my rating despite not finishing it. I think if this sounds interesting to do to you give it a higher Mark than I would. And that is my rating. Why is their world rather than nothing at all remains the darkest and most enduring of all metaphysical mysteries following in the footsteps of Christopher Hitchens, Roger Penrose, and even Stephen hawking Jim Hoke now enters this fractious debate with his lively and deeply informative narrative that really narrative that was my other. I was expecting more of a story as the word story. Here's the title announcing narrative, I didn't really find so much of a story anyways that traces the latest efforts to grasp the origins of the universe. The slyly humorous Holt takes on the role of cosmological. Detectives suggesting that we might have been too narrow in limiting our suspects to y'all. Hey, Jesus versus the big Bank, which I do like that he offers other possibilities than God. Or science sorts of straddles them bet which is interesting idea. Tracking down in Centric. Oxford philosopher of physics Nobel laureate. A French Buddhist monk who lived with the Dalai Lama and John Updike just before he died. Holt pursues unexplored angles to this cosmic puzzle pieces together, a solution one that sheds new light. Does he have a solution? Maybe I didn't get to the solution. But I soon there wasn't really a solution at the type of book where it's not like I'm going to read to the end. And like, oh, okay. So that's why the exist. I feel like I didn't miss out on that by not completing the book anyways as pieces together solution when the sheds new light on the questions of God and the meaning of existence. He offers brisk philosophical asides on time and eternity consciousness and the arithmetic of nothingness. Yeah. That was interesting. My brain don't do math. Good. But when he did get into his math of these sort of very subjects. He did that did that well to made it for a math idiot like myself to to graphs onto the concept. So that appropriate. All in all. Worth read. Do I come away from a book like this feeling smarter? Probably one thing. I was tried to keep in mind, though, is the that thought that there's a theory of this. I forget what it's called that the more you. The smarter. Think you are you reach a level where you sort of realized how truly ignorant ignorant you are. Yeah. There's something about that. And we're out of time. Unfortunately, I'm sure I was gonna say really smart things in the second. Today's game. Gavin sponsor is Bose voices in head cancelling headphones. Thank you for that sponsorship. I love you Bose. We're talking hell blade colon. Send you 'as sacrifice. This little gem from what year twenty seventeen for some reason. I thought it was older than that. Yeah. Yeah. Came mode, I guess last year critically acclaimed. I don't know how well it did commercially just for the reason that it's a little artsy. Fartsy you kinda sorta kinda sort of let me explain you play. They girl in the I guess. It's like taking place in Celtic times would be how you would look at it. And she has as I would call them from a person who has had them themselves. Breen issues. Mine was in the form of depression. Hers are probably more severe in the form of I would assume. Well, she's like hearing voices and seeing things so you know. More serious than what I had. Yeah. But nonetheless, as I like to refer to bring stuff, so you're sort of going through this game through her eyes and living as it is third person. But it does a good job of third person in making you feel like you are essence of one of the voices in her head, which is sort of a cool experience, and there's times throughout and early on where she looks directly at the camera, and sort of talking to you, and feels very interactive in that sense that you're controlling her because it's video game, and it's their person. But there's also times where she sort of looks at you. And it's very it's sort of creepy, and there's a lot of creepy in this game. One thing it mentions at the top, which I didn't do I will admit is to play with headphones on. I didn't do it. Because I. I don't know. I thought maybe it'd be a little too creeped out just having had brain stuff in the bathroom. Maybe maybe just the thought of experiencing it that profoundly kind of scared me a little bit and on the note of scaring. There was even without doing that. It's just like throw at the game. You'll hear whispers just two straight out people talking to you in your brain. And you'll see things there was one section in particular where basically the whole world goes dark, and there's things in the darkness that can sort of censor sound and movement. And they're just sort of hideous to behold, and you're only sort of catching glimpses of them as they move about. That part was creepy that combined with the sort of sometimes screaming in your head of your sort of slowly being driven insane or and sometimes not so slowly being driven insane. Thus the other thing is that this. By the end of it. You're sort of not sure. And this is something I like, look, you're fighting things and you're seeing things, and you're you're imperil, and you can quote unquote, die. But but one thing from the beginning to the end, I think maybe someone can prove me wrong. But I think you can't quite tell if the dangers that you are experiencing our real or if they're just taking place in your head. And if you're just sort of wandering around a forest or wandering through some ruins, and none of the stuff that can harm you actually there in real life like in terms of gameplay at can like they'll be fighting sequences where things will sort of come over the shadow of big warriors that you'll have to fight and dodge and on the note of the fighting was good little Batman Arkham asylum. Me light. Let's call it. But it was good. And then I was had that thought as I was having those battles is actually happening. When this person hits me is someone actually they're hitting me. Or is it just like like in TD is like a psychic damage that's damaging the o- on the note of damage. They warn earlier on that you can die in a few die enough times. Die will put in quotes your game. Sees will be a race. Which was also in the back of my head. I did beat the game. So it didn't happen rating wise. I really really got into it like four and a half to five five very very, very good. Interesting. Internet intercourse. I like good. Today's movie monarch sponsor is unintentional groundhog day movie. Monologues? Thank you for your sponsorship. Moving the first happy death day, a college student must relive the day of her murder over and over again in a loop that will end only when she discovers her killer's identity. Yes. In invertebrates, double movie, monologue groundhog day scenario movies. Yeah. Did not plan that it just sort of happened. I just had these movies. You know, what I did like I'll have a bunch of movies like a file full of movies. And then when I want to clean them like when they've sort of piled up a bit. I find the ones I don't watch are the ones where I'll read the title. And it'll be like I've no idea what this is about. And then I'll just watch them. Like, let me give you an example on the open the file here. Okay. So like if I see boogie nights. I know what boogie nights is. I've seen boogie nights. If I see vendors, affinity war. I know what that is. Sure. Right. I could watch it. Now, if I see a movie called punching Henry, I don't actually know what that's about. I have. I'd have to go to to see it. And every once in a while, I'll cle- clear out ones like that. Anyways, such as happy deaf day, which I ended up very much like seems like what my favorite episode of Stargate was Stargate, Atlantis Stargate. Stargate s g one was the groundhog day one and these two movies that have groundhog day like scenarios, I very much like and the movie. Hey what? While we're at it groundhog day frigging one of my favorite movies of all time that gets five hundred five this. I'll go like three points and change plus three less than four somewhere in that neighborhood. That was Senator my one sort of great. She has to discover her killer's identity the killer wears a mask. She was killed by this person over and over again, she never in her sort of death throes or part of her plan. Never seems to be pulling the person's mask off. So I was kind of felt that was like sometimes the person's right in front of her with a knife in and they're just sort of standing there, and she could easily just reach up and grab the mass. But no never seems to occur to her. So she's got to do some detective work to figure it out. Whatever happy the the private is. This is an interesting. I think I maybe hurt someone mentioned on a podcast or something like that. Yes. Starring Tim Conway and Don Knotts, so yeah, we're going old school here. I think this falls into the category of movies who when people saw it as a child the sort of. Remember it very very fondly. I think that's sort of a context I heard about it. I did not see it as a child. And despite that fact, I to say, quote, she just done stupid laughs in it as you can imagine the Tim Conway and Don Knotts movie, you're going to have some dumb stupid laughs. And I liked it. Probably like a four to five came in the year before I was born. That's interesting. Okay. Talking Pacific rim. Colon uprising this one. It's fine. It's an actiony. It's not as good as the first. I wish I could give. Look back in time to see what I reviewed would have reviewed the first on this podcast. So, you know, we'll tell you what Scott Eastwood Clint Eastwood son didn't even realize that Charlie day. He was good in it. Okay. So rating this is this is going to be one of my more convoluted ratings, which I enjoy you. Find on this podcast, whatever I gave a rating to Pacific rim the first one. So you're not to scroll back and find it you listen to that episode. And then take a take a point off of that one homework. Speaking of homework. That's not a segue. That's gonna make sense lock stock and two smoking barrels. Yes, man. Haven't seen this in some years. Always have sort of fun. Remembrance of it and men. Does it stand up? Yeah. Just like a perfect this kind of movie, I often speak of how dark comedies I do believe or probably, but most of my favorite movies would fit into a dark comedy zoned. Ru this very much included a card game in London triggers. Four friends thugs. We'd growers hard gangsters loan sharks and debt collectors to collide. With each other in a series of unexpected events, all for the sake of we'd cash and to antique, shotguns. Yeah. That's what I like the just sort of Brandon convergences of these sort of disparate groups of guys. No, no women was there. If they could do version where at least one of the women that would be good. Still holds up five to five. If you haven't seen it yourself a favor. It's nice to be nice to that ice. Where is it? It is. Donna. I like Ron this is the end of the show sincere. Thank you for listening time to some things, and I do not, but you can like Asaf ace book you can follow Jordan underscore Maywood on Twitter. You can subscribe and comment on I tunes. Lastly if you would like to contact the podcast you can eat make Jordan dot up mail dot com. I would like to conclude that roll back, and I have. Me. A demon dancing. Demon. The best is yet to come in. Voting. You think you seen but you see? Two. Underweight waiting to. We see that sun shining. Seen nothing. Voted. This yet to live long and prosper. New. Evening when you knew. New new new. But but but the bone newness quiz. Yes. Yes. You heard it here. Bonus clips. Oh shit. Almost forgot see this is the first time first time, I'm doing this. So obviously, there's going to be heirs mistakes, this cleanup conversation. Sponsored by the mega directive. Thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. Yeah. Just came up with this idea forgets why? Or how that oh, yeah. Thought it would make my life easier. So go. The cage Italy, I will have things that I watch that would be difficult to fit into the podcast or maybe in this case. Just had an extra thing that didn't fit. So I wanted to throw it in basically, I just found I was quite often consuming media with an eye for the podcast. And sometimes it would come in like, oh, yeah. You know, what I don't wanna watch a movie because I've already watched for movies. I only need four for the podcast, and then I don't wanna make those decisions anymore. If I wanna watch a movie, I'm going to watch a movie, so I'm not gonna let the podcast run my life anymore. Yeah. So without in mind occasionally post credits, you we will have a little as I have called it a cleanup conversation to fit in with the theme of a word, and then a word that means talking. So today, it's have a little brief one. I played another game called there. Colon omega edition, so presumably there's more than one editions of. Although I couldn't find any. There might be just the one on steam very much reminiscence of F T L faster than light differences being your ship consort of land, and you can. It's basically faster than light with with slightly different things. You can do. Yeah. Boiled down. Now is that about thing? No. Because they did a very good job. And I had a lot of fun. I find something I'm doing lately when it comes to steam. And I think I'm gonna keep this up for the rest of my life in that is. During the sales by shit ton of games, and then all sort of play through them, and then I'll beat it. And then I'll uninstall it. And then I'll probably maybe never played again. Or when it comes to games like this that I had so much fun and so much a replay ability. I beat it. And then I'm gonna leave it installed. Just like FT L, for example. Like I bought that in every once in a while those have a craving to play it. In all it off. And it'll be installed stall. It'll be ready to go. So I have games now that I've played and beaten or played and stop playing that I leave installed what I should do. This is a mental note to myself, and that is make a list of those games should something happen to my PC. And I have to get a new one. And then I have to download all the games. I I wanna know the ones that fall into this category. So that's a mental note to me and maybe to yourself. Hey, this is not a bad idea. It's not the most horrible thing. You've heard today. I imagined rate question, Mark, audience participation. Yes. It's still nice to be nice to the nice.

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Episode 264 - Double RBG'd Bro??

Ross Patterson Revolution!

1:05:26 hr | 2 years ago

Episode 264 - Double RBG'd Bro??

"It is. Gentlemen, who will come to the raw patters. By black rifle coffee dot com. Jane big day. Big day. Big day is scared me how this scared me. Jabes Ruth Abadir Ginsburg biopic is here on the basis of sex, holy shit. I've been waiting for this my whole life. Just a nice. Rb g biopic are you fist fucking me? This is what we're doing here now, is this what we're fucking doing Rb g bio-pics who's your demo for this? We talking about for for for our BG everybody man, Yama dude, seriously though. Although I don't wanna see the bio pic. I kinda wanna see like a fake trailer. Watch is it who's playing the his players. I want to tell you this as well because we're not just getting one Rb gee, this year we're getting another one. Oh, no documentary that is receiving like a bunch of Oscar buzz. I'll watch that Sean eighteen guess what it's called. I'll watch this shit out of that. Are you kidding? I would sue to be. Yeah, I don't know that I wanna see a fictional not fictional thing. I think something on our pitch like you liked that McDonald's one member, the Red Cross one, I love I, I know, but for stuff like that or for that, that story in particular, I was like, I wanted to see that documentary. I didn't necessarily need to see it like fake, played out by Keaton, although Keaton's becoming my news. I love Keating Cadman I told you, I met him on accident when I was waiting. We were, we had a big lunch meeting in Hollywood, and we were at the same restaurants and the people we were waiting on relates these finances, and he was waiting to meet somebody and they relate as well. And it was just kind of the me in this director and then him and it was just the three of us alone in this restaurant. And it was just kind of like mid afternoon, and I was like him. I don't think Michael Keane she away from anyone, you know and like I'm waiting, but it was. It was in his down period where the guy couldn't get arrested. And I will say this, whoever the fuck was meeting him was super late where we're just like any broke my heart and I was like, he's the, he's the best he changed. No, he was not going around Ohio during that time. Yeah. So we might have chatted about this in the past, but like, okay, so he started out as a stand up? Yeah, he's fucking hilarious. I love him. So go back to Mr. mom and all that other stuff like that guy is the real deal and he's never changed same with Bateman. By the way we've, we've discussed this as well where it was my agents assistant who was always because we the same agent. You've gotten on when dog? Yes. When I started what? Here's the thing and me. They push me pushed him off on a new low level agent who had just there, and they were just like, look. He just keep him around or whatever. And this one assistant believed in him and used to fuck and push him for everything was like Bateman that God damn best and same thing couldn't get arrested, right. And finally, arrested development came along, I don't know who or why got that. But that changes entire career. Crazy, crazy crazy. And I don't know if it was dodgeball was before that or after that because he was also in Dutch I wanted to. Yeah, I want to say it was after had to be after, but either way you look at both of those guys and you're like goddamn. 'cause Keaton should have won the Oscar. He got memory got bone for Birdman. Yep. Little red main God that fucking snitch by by red main can't stand him stand, just anguish. Remember we were watching together and when Keating lost it was just like Faulk. I was never gonna back there. Same Stallone when Stallone lost. You'll never get back there again and you've gotta give him a, you know, a body, a work one. You know what I mean? Sean Penn twenty one grams shut. Look, Sean. Penn's already won an Oscar, but he won for twenty one grams because it was like Bhatia work. Right? Leo was that the best. Had he done better when he should have won guess, but that was a do over that was a like a makeup of a berate movie. Yeah, where it's like, what should one for wool? Sure. That's what I'm saying. That's what I'm trying to say. Either way we got, we got to Rb jeez, coming down the cannon this year. This can be like the new apple, the new fucking year of Rb g. The other one is this box movie. I am livid about this because it's the way everything's going right now in Hollywood's trying to spin their own narrative for the world and look. These are all private companies. So fuck it. You're allowed to do whatever you want. Nicole Kidman Charlene's therm, Margot Robbie, and Kate McKinnon all banded together, and they are going to play Fox News reporters. Taking down Roger Ailes for sexual harassment at the network of FOX Hollywood is making a movie about this. Why not? NBC? Why not? Like every line steam when wants to see this? Why? Why? Fox News. I can't figure it out trying to put my finger on it with FOX, kind of what are we don't know, what are they leaving? What is the difference here? What what are we missing here? Just I can't think of one thing. My dog around it really. Okay, this is what's going on. So they're going to begin to start spinning their own narratives about the world, changing the world. The problem with this is I don't know who watches that move, either who, who's your audience for that. But we get a big week of premieres and I can tell you the one that I've got. I'm going to have my eyes on. I'm gonna have my eyes on two three. Sorry, three premiere season manifest actually really wanna see that really? Yes about the people got trapped on the plane for five and a half years. And they show up to show right? Yes. Okay. Can looks very lost. Ish. Okay starts. Tonight's looking forward to that simply for the fact of that plane that disappeared. The Malaysian flight that they've never found a Masumi that whoever created that show was loosely based on that. Right? Because I'm fascinated by that because there's been theories that they landed on an island somewhere and for whatever reason and they're living there. Okay. Well, in this one, they have an age. So it's some kind of supernatural. So I'm stoked about it. I love the shit at a loss, big fan. Okay. Sure. Tuesay's on this list. Go ahead and we the weapon. I'm going to watch that for fifteen minutes. Okay. You're going to give it a quick fifteen. That's it. Quick fifteen. I wanna see how bad they fuck this up from clean Crawford, leaving shirt and then move on with my life. After that, I've been tagged about a thousand times in we the weapon posts. And I wanna say this to the audience and everybody who's listening, everybody who's listening to that show with clean Crawford, where you told his side of the story. I get it and I'm not even mad at it to be honest with you because it just looks so shitty and hokey now that I almost don't believe it. They did a promo. This is no lie. They did a promo where Gary FOX did this by the way paid for it aired it. It's on all their social media accounts. You're welcome to go, pull it up when you get home, or if you're in your car pulled over Jack. Off having a quick jerk session after porn hub is over roll over to FOX's account. Look lethal weapon, Gary Busey they let Gary Busey watch the opening show with him and Sean William Scott with the Damon wayans. And then it's Gary bucy's reactions to him, watch the show and he's like. Fantastic. The fun paced action. And it was like FOX tonight at eight PM and it was like, what? The it seemed like a joke, and I thought I thought a fan had made it as like a joke against the show, and then I double check the account. It was FOX's account and it was lethal weapon, and it had it had the blue checkmark that Israel, they paid Gary Busey to watch the opening episode of why out of all the people in Hollywood. You chose Gary Busey to watch that going in a totally different direction. Boy, they must be. I don't know. I don't know. They must be. I think that was the point, right? Damon kind of wanted it to be funnier. And I don't know, looks like shit either way. It's gonna be shit. I'm gonna watch fifteen. I'm gonna give it quick fifteen, and then I'm out and I'm done answering questions, threes threesies last man standing. I'm very, very curious at the ratings of last man standing that starting on FOX with Tim Allen. Okay. Watch I I'm going to watch the pilot. I wanna see how Trump heavy. They go seeing as how the if you're looking at the blueprint for success from last year. Some of the blueprint being the Capri. Oh, sorry. Go ahead. Anytime someone says blueprint. Say, I'm wondering if the writers watched Roseanne in in particular there eighteen point three million viewers on opening show, and if they're trying to follow the same blueprint Trump wise and really come out of the box, I won't say I don't. Come out of the box swinging and say, all right, fuck it. We're here. I'm also curious as to how many people switch now that they don't have Roseanne anymore and start watching them because let's face it. There is no other rights shows that are on network television right now. If the ratings are massive on this, it is going to be a gigantic, fuck you to the networks. And I think that's going to open the doors for other projects to come back. So we'll see four, but I don't know in this this starts is that the Connor show I heard that they were killing her off with an opioid addiction Roseanne on the show. Again, that's another nail in the Opio opioid. Right hand to go shits. Listen shits with opioids, people stop it. They're trying to put the down on crate him. Now they give people create them at least, let's create them. I don't even know what that is. So create him is our friend of the show. Brennan shop is apparently him and his producer chin are hooked on this stuff called Craig him. And I just thought I just watched a whole documentary on it and it's basically an alternative to opioids. So people are taking this pill that gets rid of pain and kind of chills you out. And I can't quite figure out if it messes you up a little bit. Everyone's being very like, but but people were able to get off of like core opioid Jordan. And so obviously the medical industry does not like that because they're going to be losing money. So. They're trying now to put the kabosh on Craig's them. I'm interested in it. Would you be willing to give it a try a little try. So what were some because you have to get it from like whatever China, some fucking crazy like that. But we were super close, assigning on as a sponsor with the company, these different. But yeah, right. But but they're pitch to me was very similar. If you have joint pain back pain, blah, blah, blah, take these throughout the day and it was like, all right, cool. Semi. Send me them. I'll try for a week. It work and because I write a lot look, I'm gonna prone position. I'm writing on the time and I try them for a week, not the same. Yeah, the deal with creative is there's also a little mental shift as well. So you have pain taken away and then people can't quite really describe it either that or they don't want to say it straight up fucks you up a little bit and you feel good all day, but you focus. It's got a little bit of caffeine. It's got a little bit gets good for depression. It's good for all these other things up. So I kind of want to try it order basically before everyone puts the kabosh on that too. And we literally have nothing. Sure. But I need to go on the streets and get heroin or drizzly mom fucking drinkin-. Do that. You can't drink in, you know what I mean suits off. It's too tough. You have. You're just have to be on all all men all hours of the day because no matter what happens. So you just want a little bit of a shift. Yeah, but not fucked up, right. You know, it's funny. We'll go hard these live events when I travel. But during the week, when we're when I'm here. What do we have a glass of wine? Maybe Tom. So we're like wine. It's too much. You can't raise kids in fucking raging every night. Yeah. And even with two, if you want to have a hardcore night, you need those kids need to be like staying at grandma's type of thing because the getting up the next day, the whole thing, you just can't do it. So you just gotta be more creative with your with your partying, right? Try some crater will no wine and wines a good one because you can kind of like the jewel whatever you need to do. Sure. 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Big savings. Big savings kids, big time, big mood. You wanna you wanna big mood. Cosby. Got sentenced. Yeah. As of this moment right now, he's in jail. Oh my God. I got three to ten years. So say is probably looking at three and a half somewhere in there. But he took them away out of court, which I'm surprised on. I thought I thought maybe like it would have been like, oh, hey report in three weeks. But the prosecutor was adamant about it of like, no, we want this motherfucker going to jail today. Yeah, because you either, what would you do kill yourself or. Well, he's eighty one. Yeah. So I don't know. Men imagine leaving like not leaving living a life of privilege that it's been rich, rich me still rich, right? Still he's still rich, but here's the thing. He doesn't can't do anything with it now freedom. So, but imagine being that rich for fifty years essentially. And now you're in prison where it doesn't matter how rich you're right. You can buy a bunch of cool shit at the commissary that's about it. Yeah, but you can't do anything else with that money. You can't buy your way out of there? No, but yeah. No. So bales been denied bail? No. No, nothing. That's it. He's currently in jail right now? Yeah, yeah, less than two hours. Afterwards, he he's, he's entered the jail. So as bad of a motherfuckers, he is that the the age that he is the state that he's in. It's gonna be a rough. I don't wanna say that I feel bad for him. That's not what I want to say. That's to be really rough for him more than likely die in there. Exact- sentence is no less than three years and no more than ten. The judge was very vague. So who knows probably kill probably do three and then and then be out after that, but he'll be eighty four will will he lived through that is the question. Probably. What do you? Yeah, I probably I don't know. I don't know. Does he go to gen pop prison? Is the other question I have. Yet don't think so. But then if you aren't, how does that work? I don't know, but you could just be in like solitary so like you can either be in gen pop and then have, you know, I don't think people would fuck with them and their, but if you wanted to say like, I'm too famous people know who I am bubble blood. The only alternative is to just be by yourself. So it's like, is that what you want? Here's the irony of it by the way TMZ already has his first meal. His first meal in jail up and the reason why they do because it includes pudding joke. Yep. Did serious and includes pudding, no word yet if it's jello, pudding, dead serious says this would teams e. shut us seeing right now. Montgomery County correctional facility. That's where he's being held before eventually gets transferred to prison. Do you know where he's going. I don't know. And I don't know if they tell you that right away, but he's got a chicken Patty with gravy, mixed veggies, mashed potatoes, ice tea, mix and of course vanilla pudding day. No, that TMZ fucking. Shit. That's a weird thing to know. Like what the fuck you knew it was coming. Shit. His lawyer outside the courtroom was pretty fucking crazy to this guy, not. He was crazy during the trial too. He's calling this who you're in. You're going to lose your mind when you hear the statement. Outside the courthouse. He said, this is the most racist and sexist trial and the history of the United States. Then he goes on to say, they persecuted Jesus and look what happened. And he said, I'm not saying Mr. Cosby's Jesus good, but what we know about this country and what they've done to black men for centuries, don't you fuck in Deir. How do you even try to pin race on any of this is? Yeah, because he was indiscriminate with his fucking Dem's. Right walkway. Everybody. Looking? Yeah, bigger. He really liked all types. He was, there was no like, oh, I, there was no m. oh, no, he really just who ever was warm. He was right, not picky. Picky. It's like whoever would come back and swallow the pill. The other thing that I found interesting was the Hollywood walk of fame store is actually going to stay. They said, even though he's been convicted of this. Why I find this interesting is if you remember a couple of months ago, we did the show where the West Hollywood board had voted to remove Trump star. Because of the Hollywood team, the Hollywood tape, boy. So we're going to leave the rapist out there. We're going to leave all their stars. We're going to have a one minute moment of silence onset Michael Jackson for people. Now you saw that yesterday? Yes. Foof. Is that the EMI Ross Ford EMMY Rawson. Sarah Silverman. Oh, I didn't know she did. They few sets. Hollywood EMMY Rossum made the entire cast and crew stop for one minute. Get give a one minute moment of silence for that blassie Ford chick who's going to testify allegedly. I still think it's going to happen on Thursday. For for cabinet and they post the video. Sarah Silverman posted the video. What if it's my question is what if this hearing happens? Because I still don't think it's going to, I don't like she's going to do it. What if what if it happens and she gets blasted and you find out that it's fake. Ronan Farrow got pops for his his breaking news story. We've got another cavenaugh victim with his one in she claims cavenaugh shoved penis interface. They couldn't corroborate it with Costa forty witnesses. All of them said this did not happen. He ran, he ran the story anyways and said, no, I don't have one single witness in this. The New York Times failed to publish it. Washington Post failed to publish. It was surprised. Usually those guys are bulls on parade with stupid shit. They failed to publish it because they were like, this is too outlandish. Ronan Farrow in the New Yorker didn't give a fuck, and this is their their champion of like guys, workout. Hollywood be just ran a story with no witnesses. Nothing just this fucking weird. Old woman wearing a Puerto Rico sweatshirt, just one person. So my question is this, if this hearing does go down and cavenaugh they picked this woman apart and it didn't happen because I still contend that this did not happen. He seems to dorky to me and to straight laced like we all know those people. Sure. And like again, yeah. Did he pose dick out? No, that was the other woman in that again, they have no witnesses for that. Okay. My question is this does EMMY Rossum Syrah Silverman a moment of silence for him then to say that they were wrong in that they should believe men believe men because this was called believe women. Yes, I would love that, but we can't, but I would love for that to be the thing. I think it's just the ideas that we've been believing men this whole time. But like, I don't know, I would love to because this is. You know how much this is me off. I know, but this is character. Sassy nation at it's not salute worst. Not like you're, you're claiming that somebody was a bad person, these, so and so used to do drugs or whatever. Because they look politically, they've done that ship before they did it with Clinton when he ran and he was like, I didn't inhale day. Were they were going after. Know weirdly like they were going after Clinton in the same way as they're going after Trump well, and they finally got something but they were doing during the team that was during the camp. Okay. But I'm saying like during. And they did the same thing. I remember with the weed thing to Obama and they got a picture of him smoking weed, which no one cares. Certificate. Remember that drugs. I look that thing. I don't think he's still proving yet, but who knows? I don't something do something it's like, can I can I do the work that I need to do those. You can get past as as a as a man and as a human smoking weed or born who gives a fuck. The one thing you can't get past is a man is somebody accuses you of rape, you're done that tied to your name forever. And there's there's really no shaking it. And Chris rock said this for years and years and years. He was one of the key figures and the Pellicano case where he paid Pellicano to get rid of this woman who's going to unless Chris rock pater shit a money, he she was going to go out and say the Chris rock raped her. They've got a phone conversation that they used in the trial or Chris rock is like, you can't say the word rape, it's attached to your name forever. We've got to stop this and it's true. They're calling cavenaugh rapists now over and over again and he he's been accused of rape. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. But the word rapist racist and Nazeer getting phone. Everybody these days right on the right and it's it's one of those things where what happens afterwards, let's say they find out that this wasn't true. This woman was lying. What do we do? There's is there going to be an apology? No, and then there's going to be taxed to this guy's name for the rest of his life. I remember that cavenaugh thing back in. Yeah, man when he ran for Sabrina, fuck. And then also going to be attached to all the women that are having moments of silence believe winning and telling these stories. Like not only is his name. Gonna be fucked, but. Like are the whole movement that they're trying to do is being set back all of its here in liar. Now you're a fake victim. The whole thing. I don't know. I hate it. It's, it's, it's going to get weird. Boy. Again, I hope she does testify, but I don't think she will. That's the thing it's hard to kind of talk about it because I don't know. So like I would love to jump on. If you know this comes out to be false or if it comes out to be the other guy own my fucking God. I would love to jump on. But at this point I can't really. We can't really speak to it except for that. It sounds fishy seems fishy and it's it's not good for days or size stinks jobs for either side, and it's it's definitely become a thing where it's just it's too easy to throw these terms at men without any investigation whatsoever them down no matter what it is who they're done. Yeah. If he makes it through this, don't even like urban urban one is one of the first ones I saw that like actually made it through the fire during the well. Look, they had an investigation. All, yeah. Oh, it was just cut him off. Anybody that had any kind of heat on them, you're done. Even if it was an ex girlfriend talking shit, you're done, you lose your whole fucking career everything. So he was the first one where it was like we're going to investigate calm down. Do you know what I mean? And not just. Throw him out because that's that's what would look good for the school. Like we did. We did our job. We got rid of new. We took out the trash kind of thing, but now they only thought through to the end which I like, but then this guy too, he's like, no, I'll fucking testify like you're not fucking just cutting me off and I'm going to curl up and die and not go for my dream or whatever it may be doing. I mean, it's it's, it's a fucking shame what's going on. So we'll see. We'll see what happens. But I look, I'm still gonna hold what predicted my prediction when she wasn't going to testify, I'm still going to hold to that. And my my prediction is is, is he does when they vote on this, he gets through fifty one forty nine and that'll be it. I'm still holding holding firm on that. I wanna talk about also what we saw this morning with Meghan, Kelly and Tom Arnold who God the fuck is happening. What? What part megi she's getting a feisty these days. I think I, his thing I'm not coming. I'm not coming around and Megan, Kelly. No, would I am coming around? Sue? Is. You ever see people and they've got that look in their eyes of like, I know that I'm going to get fired from this job. So fuck it. I'm gonna do whatever I want and just be she's back just like kind of a bitch are her ratings are terrible. They're trying to get her out of there. The problem is they've paid her so much money money that in order for them to cut that contract, which I believe is somewhere in the ninety million dollar range. They've gotta find somebody to come in and replace her. That's not cheap. No, it's not cheap. So there they might have to ride this out. But with her what I've found lately is she's getting more and more testy where it's just like, you know what? Fuck you. Tom Arnold shoot was basically like, fuck you and your stupid show today. Yeah, she's like, yeah, she cut him off. She was like, no, we're leaving. We're, we're gonna. Let you go. We're gonna let you go. And he was very adamant that Trump had used the n. word. There's a tape of him using the n. word and it was like, oh, I've seen it. Everybody's seen it. Meghan, Kelly. Great wears it. He's like a liberal Alex Jones? Yes, it's gotten fun day on. They won't fucking take anything away from him. No matter how crazy he gets. He's he'll tell people to storm MGM like, do you know what I mean? Like you said today. Yeah, like assemble his own armies, which I said was the bad thing about Alex Jones, right? Yeah, the crooks he can, he'll do it and they, no one will take anything away from him nuts. It's it's absolutely crazy. Look, Meghan, Kelly win all in today, and I was just and she has been going on. She's yeah, she's kind of, you know, MIR's what I think about these whole things. Like even what I'm saying, what I'm saying about the cavenaugh accusers, she's just like, listen, like, she's she's straight up. We're going to see. She was like, it doesn't sound like, you know, this doesn't seem right. Oba and kind of like, yeah, because she's on the wrong network to be doing that, but she's still doing it. NBC must be. She's show in her FOX colors. Right? She go from FOX, she did. She did now. She's saying, fuck it. Fuck it. All the way around might fucking today, which was surprising to me was ever Saatchi. They're all done. Sad all done. They, they're selling the ver- sake brands who Michael Kors as a woman, you know, both of these brands. Well, I don't. Basically, that's just diluting the verse. She brand your base, you're going to see it in target during. I mean, like, that's, that's what happens when you go to Michael Kors, Michael Kors, Bhatt coach, believe as well and completely diluted that brand where that used to be. Like if you had a coach purse like shit, this shit people knew it costs a certain amount Bubba. Now it's like they haven't in k. mart. Do they still have kmarts. No don't jets. So you know what I mean? You know what I mean? They have a lower price point that you can also buy roaches good for some people, but then that name when you see it doesn't mean shit anymore and Donatella guess is going to be involved kind of, but not going to be contractually for a certain amount of years. That's how most of these mergers work, right? Where you've got to be the face of your brands. So it's not like fuck off. I'm done. Yes. And they're saying she's going to be. She's not leaving, she will right? You're saying, okay, so that's done. So verse Achi is done. It's not. It's not going to change my life at all, and it's not that big of a deal in the scheme of things, but that's what it is. It's done. It's gone. It's no longer. Well, look, I, I saw a bunch of people bitching about it online of Michael court. Same thing you said is going to dilute the brand. It's gonna become shitty and research was classy and all this other shit. Yes, it is. But unfortunately, Johnny's dead and has been for twenty years to this point. Donna tell us is older. She's old. She can't run the brand anymore. Right? But the brand is their name. So unless there's children involved or somebody else to take it over the price tag was two billion dollars two point one. Why not just take that? I don't fault hurdle by the way Nuno at a certain point in your life. Like that's too much and it's too much to keep up with and it's just like, all right, great. I'm sure she's got relatives and kids and people that work for her and every everything else that has helped that family over the years. And it's it's to me, it's time like to move on. If both of them are going, you know what I'm saying? If there was against somebody on the come up like their kids or something, then congratulations. But after that, it's like. What do you do again for me, I think it's cool. It's fine. Take your two point one. I never owned anything for Sachi anyways. It was kind of it would have been like a cool thing that I would have gotten like Brisson cheaper, share something like that or shoes. But you know, now I can get it just won't mean the same thing. But yeah, there's plenty of brands out there to spy, or would you guys did us. Right. Wrangler. Exactly. You dumb here. Jim when you wearing Michael Kors? Exactly. I was wearing receive verse ace. I do actually have face really for what it was. It was like a friend. The boots, the boots from range fifteen, but our stylus got him and they're vintage. And like I kinda stolen from seven anyway school. So it's not the same. Like I said, as a goal, if you're unless you're goal is to be a thief. So, yeah, nevermind. Nevermind. I don't have any over such. Okay. Yeah, dirty little thief. The other one, the big merger, which we talked about a few months back when I when this Disney FOX thing went through, I said, look, if this goes through get ready for all of these massive media companies to start merging. And it's going to happen quickly and very, very fast. And another one went down today. Buck in Spotify knots about five pain. Dora was bought by siriusxm. Weird so they're going to, they're going to combine, okay, all stock deal, but they're going to combine. I don't. I don't know what that means. To be honest with you. I, the only thing I can think of is that. Pandora, maybe their apps like, I don't know. Okay. I'm Pandora gal so I hope it doesn't change anything about my app now. It's gonna be siriusxm. Okay. So again, not a huge things. Yeah, it's weird, isn't it? It's weird. But yeah, as long as my big p. button works phone. I'm good. They go. I don't know if it will. Okay. Really pissed. It affects my life in any way. Let's talk about it. The other thing I was thinking about, it's totally kind of off topic, but have you ever called nine one one? Yes. For someone or like you saw an accident you did when. A bunch of times two or three times really one was a actually two occasions where people who who'd eaten edibles, we'd edibles in college was a girlfriend. Was a college girlfriend that's ideal for while and she ate a brownie lost it. And I went into the other room and she was like, you've got to call nine one one. I'm having a heart attack, and I was like, no, you're not having a heart attack. And so I. I picked up the phone. I pretended to call nine one one. I had a fake conversation for two or three minutes on the phone, convince her that not only was calling and she went in and pressed as she was like, you didn't call until we fucking loss it. And I was like totally called number one. She was no, and she was it star sixty nine. Yes, and it was some other random number wasn't that once she goes, look, I'm dead serious. I need you to call nine one one. I'm having a heart attack. I was like, I knew she was having a heart attack share called number one. You couldn't. So this situation under control would not. There was nothing I could do at this point. This was going on like twenty minutes, half hour and I call I call call nine one one and literally they're on their way, and I'm giving her water and ice whatever I can. Totally fucking lost it. And maybe you could hear them down the street that's how closely were. And then she just finally was just like, you're right, I'm hi. I'm not having a heart attack to stop it. And I was like, I don't know that I can. You can't. You're wrong. So I recall recall nine one one. And I said, hey. I just called for the ambulance or whatever. I was like, I was at this party in this girl left's. She's not here anymore. And so they came up. And they were like, great, they're right around the corner, whatever the fuck it was. And I was like, great. And they came up and it was just like, hey, I don't know what they still came. That's what I'm. Yes. Okay. Yeah, you can't stop them from checking out the whole place and they said they'd gotten a cone. Look, I'm here. I was like it was some girl to party. I didn't. So did you hide her in a closet or something like that? Okay. In the closet. And that was the other one was to other fraternity brothers who same thing. It was a brownie yet. It was both times edibles, two different occasions to where it was just like, hey, because when people aren't used to the you, you have a fucking meltdown. Yeah, you have a fucking meltdown if you don't know what it is, and I've seen it a million times. She's like, holy shit. Have you ever them on? I haven't, but I was like, I've listened to listen to these podcasts and you hear the nine one one calls right over and over like dude, I've never called my mom had to call one time when our next door or a neighbor across the street was on the top of her house with a gun threatening to shoot up the neighborhood. Sure. But you know, just normal stuff like that normal. So I called once for a car accident as well. Somebody was in a car in a car accident. So I waited and make sure they got the proper help. Crate. It's so weird. I've just never. I've never had to call for yelich seeing an accident or for someone else is that weird as everyone had like a nine one one. Hall. Probably the other thing that I want to say about this is the first responders out there because they take a lot of shit for this when you when you call nine one one like you've heard public enemies on ones joke and all the shit. They've come crazy fasts every single time. Oh, totally. So I don't know where that is. Maybe Flint, Michigan. Sure. Here. Maybe it's not mom exactly like maybe cities like that. Maybe where we're the super staff, but like this was in Columbus, Ohio through those on it man. They were super fast and unbelievably professional. So I don't know where that came from the dispatch where like it just seems like this day and age like, why do you have to tell them the exact address in? Like, can't you? Do you only mean seem like it's like, I'm like, yeah, but it's like Uber. They don't know where I am still. I've never had a fucking Uber that is out where you're at. Where you are, but if there's an emergent good enough, no Vena about where I'm at, if it's a life or death situation, you wanna know exactly where you're at right now. That's where I'm I'm at with that whole fuck. Hey, I like I understand those questioning the ones where it's just like send help somebody's dead and then they keep on the phone forever. I don't understand that one. Yeah, that seems weird where the phone with me answer, nine hundred more questions. Not help. Not where you're like. On comfortable where you're just like, oh my God. Like, why are you asking him? I don't know anyway. Sorry. I was just thinking about it the other day. The other thing that I wanted to to drop on you that happened today. There was a lot going on today a lot going on today. All right. The new season of making a murder is upon us stop at right now. They're releasing it on Brendan to Hassi's birthday, October twenty first, and they claim they claim. They have new evidence and this one. Okay. So they're going with the same case. Yeah. Oh. Okay. So I thought they were moving on a different wrongful conviction. We're sticking with this. Yeah. Okay. Well, can you say the guy fucking did it right? Steven? Avery, I think did it, but I don't think he did. I don't think he did it either, but everyone knows that right though he didn't. He didn't get out. So the twist in this was remember the judge said, I want him out immediately to be released immediately. Yes. And he wasn't. Yeah. They had emotion of appeal from the prosecution and they lost it. He's back in jail and they said he's out of tries. Now whatever that means right out of appeals really then he won't get out nothing you can do. There's the case of Kim Kardashian will that lady out of appeals? I think so. She was on death row shit. Are? No, I'm sorry, serving your rights life in prison where she had a huge amount of time left, something like that. So it's possible really. Profile. He's you remember when making murder came out the first one? Yeah, everybody rage and we just like we've got a free them. We've got a free them. If if they have credible evidence in this, why not? Yeah, again, unless he's out of appeals because otherwise, let's go get Scott Peterson out. Boy, he's he's out of appeals to his loss. Last one. I think if he if that documentary had come out before he would have before you had one more appeal did though, and it did nothing he was out of appeals at that point we was because I'm like, all right, let's let's go. Let's let's have another trial, right? No, no. Strange, right? Yeah, but okay, I'm into that. I'm here for the for the making making of a murderer. Not making a murder, but yeah. Oh, it isn't. Stupid, whatever, whatever. Sucking you better get me tonight don't or about shows the new norm Donald show on Netflix, how is it? It's really good. Is it really? I love him though. Is show. Yeah, but it's the same one that's been on YouTube. So if anyone has ever seen his the show's been on for years on YouTube. Really? Yeah. What's the nor McDonald show talk show. Yeah, so it's him his side kick at Amiga which is like the manager of comedy story. Right. How do you know you met him? Okay. Anyway. Yeah. So they've had this for years. This talk show for really long time, and it got picked up. Finally, finally by net flicks, and then he has really good guests. It's the same set which I love doing like shut. Yeah, who can get the first ones, David Spade, which kills really kills you think he's funny, right? He's weirdly. Funny. Yes. And he was great on. Yeah, like I told you in real life. He's fucking weird, but see, I'm sure, but I don't know. I told you the story was wearing those ear plugs at the bar opening. Yes. The ninety year old men. They do this thing on this thing on the show where he tells the guests that he's on commercial. He's like, we'll take a break and they don't really take a break. So you do get to see how he would really act, which is great. That's cool. Yeah. So they keep rolling, but they're like, we'll be right back and they start talking kind of normal. That's fun. I even. I can. Here's the thing about spayed and those guys and that whole crew. When I say that whole crew, I mean him Chris rock. Adam Sandler, nor McDonald those guys. Yes, they were all in the. I feel like that was the last fun time of Hollywood comics where you could still do drugs. There was no cell phones. There was no. And you could get away with crazy shit, and it was a blast, but it was, you know, hey, man, just try not to go too hard. No d- what happened to Farley and all those guys party, they were Poon messiahs. David Spade got a hammer. He's a fucking Poon, messiah, Sandler. My God stories I've heard about Sandler, just ripping through sororities because he was on a college tour for a long time when he was doing standup albums, and he was just rushing pussy, sororities the day, for sure everybody for everybody. Prior to this day price, it's fucking he looks very close to what he looked like back. Then the guy really has an age that much. So I think that was the last time. The last magical era where it was just like, all right, cool. Now everybody's jamming cameras in your face and can't really do that shit. You can, but it takes the right personality to get away with it, whereas they don't think like this era, if you wanna call it, let's just go over the last ten years. Seth Rogan, not that cool. Cool guy wouldn't wanna hang out with him in real life. No. You look, we'll Ferrell. Funny on movies, not not that funny in real life for just normal situations is actually he. He's not super funny. No, but but he's a great comedic actor and he's his characters are mazing, but but he's not funny in real life where these guys were legendary funny in real life. It was just like sailor and those guys are dirtbags Donnie throw, and they're hilarious in real life. So those interviews with spayed and sailor. And those guys are super interesting because actually really funny people behind the scenes Sandler's the exact opposite by the way of will Ferrell. I like we'll fill movies, Sandler, movies, but in real life, I would want to hang out with Sandler and not want to hang out with wolf barrel. That's the way it is. Yeah, I wouldn't wanna hang out with spayed only because he seems weird just seems like a dick, but it's really, really funny. Yeah, it's really funny to what if you were here. The thing if you were Bros. with him and you were just broken out, he'd be a blast Abro. That was your good buddy for years? Yeah, the guy in spades coming over, you know, he's gonna fucking these and it'd be hilarious at a party with him or whatever. If you were Bros. if you're not as bro, it would be it'd be a fun. Easy. Fucking dick and it is what it is, and I may be alone on this, but like Norma, Donald is a little bit of genius. No, I look. I'm always on that. I've always loved Donald, always smart. Yes, very funny. And he was one of my sneaky. Ritz hosts who the the news anchor on. I think he's even Lawrence said he was like the best. They fired him though. Lauren fired him. I know because because of his like antics, right? It was like an alcoholic like thing, though. He just didn't. He wanted to do what he wanted to do Lorne. I heard didn't understand his delivery. Why it was so dry or what? Why it had to be like that. And he was just like men. This is what I'd do that was his whole dick, it. He wasn't getting with the program. Okay. Wasn't in in that world to me. I loved it because it was just so dry. Like that's what I love about his humor. It is so bone dry than normally Donal. It is like, oh my God, I just his voice. He's one of those people like he'll try and be sincere. Sometimes people will laugh because it's just how he sounds the cadence of his voice and in love him. The other thing I love about him and there's very, very, very few comedians who do this and can actually get away with it is he's not afraid to bomb, but bomb horrifically like tags, AXA, one, tiny minute joke that no one else will get except for like two people in the room. I'm like a comedy, central roast or something right to people in the room will know what he's doing. The rest are just like God, damn it. This guy's on funny and it's, that's I laugh the hardest, the hardest, and it's the pas after his. He will sit in that. That's the thing is he'll sit in the bomb this silence for so long that you have to laugh. Time time, and no one else is on that wavelength where there's just like, I don't understand the sky. I just I love love, don't get him. So like through Barry Moore was one of the guests and she just does not get it. No, she said a million times. I don't get it and you're like, okay, but I really like when people don't get him that's even funnier. Two games going harder. Just again, he'll he'll sit in it, sit there. So let's see. Awkwardness. Just rush over you. It's awesome, super smart. I think the show is really good and it gives me hope because he's been grinding at it. I mean, he is McDonald's, but he's been grinding with that YouTube show for ever and it was so low budge is so ridiculous. I'm going to watch this now. Yeah, but good. I just wanna say good for him. He finally. Finally got some net flicks money, dude. And with that, we're going to get to the revolutionary figure of the day, shall we? We shall. I'm gonna give this since we're talking about Donald in Essono update hosts, I'm going to give it to Chevy Chase the, oh shit. He's a guest, always really fuck off. So obviously I try to get information teen. We offered. We backed up the truck for him and he said, no, I don't think he's saying yes to a lot of things. I don't know why should be he's rich and I sat with his agent that was Asian agents like, look, he super-rich fucking care. He wants cool shit or whatever. But anyways, he had that Super Dry delivery to it was just God dammit. I think everybody stole from him after that, like Ryan Reynolds in particular is infamous for stealing the whole Chevy Chase delivery for yes forever. That guy invented that. Can we go to for with. Gilda. You wouldn't. She do. She did some update stuff, right? She did later on, yeah, but the very first person to do it was Chevy Chase. You only did it for one year, and the reason why I'm bringing him up was he did a interview which he just said, fuck it, everybody on this interview. I mean, he just, he said, I put in Bryson, say this and then just blasted everybody. I mean, he blasted the shit outta SNL as did is garbage what they have on the air right now. And he goes, lay should be ashamed. They should be ashamed at how unfunny it is and how untalented all of this entire cast is not wrong. No, he's not wrong. And what does he care at this point? He doesn't. So he's trying to rehab is image from Donald Glover at kind of alluded to the fact that he was racist and terrible to work with. Yeah, probably probably is that's Chevy Chase's. Knock his entire career was that he's just the worst human slant. And when he did that comedy central, when they did the comedy central roast of him in no one showed up not one single person, even Steve Martin and your buddy Martin short who were in three amigos with them did a pre taped bit. That was they weren't even there for it. It was just it was all of these like young comics and Lisa land Pinelli and you were just like God, it was embarrassing, but Chevy Chase was the OJ and has made some of my favorite movies of all time. I mean, Fletch Caddyshack who those are top five comedies for me and we can update. He was fucking incredible at that dry delivery had just stone colds. I'm Chevy Chase and you're not yet boom. Next joke next show, and it was a lot of that. I think Norman Donald was like that. And I think part of it that Lauren didn't like him was. Chevy Chase left after year. We pride in like the fact that he was like Chevy Chase. It was hit a little too close to bury. He's like, and he's not getting with the program. And yeah, so, but I like Pete Davidson spoke up this week who let's face it, Pete Davidson. I no one would give a fuck about you. If you were dating Arianna Guerande, he's terrible on that show. And again, once they break up, he's he's the next one to kill himself. I think. And he's been on a path for while he was like, he's a fucking douche bag is a genuinely bad, racist person maybe, but it doesn't just prove the fact like this. This cast in this whole fucking thing on us and l.'s awful. And they're just giving them a wards at the Emmys and all the shit. And I'm like, what they, they hosted the Emmys the other nights the weekend update host, Mike, Michael j. on just who both of them together, equally terrible, which proves that racism really doesn't exist all that much in today's world because that's the worst white comedian. One of the worst black comedians together, bombing it every event, but they're still on the air somehow. So that's why we're going to Chevy Chase, Norman, Donald is one of the best to do Dennis Miller, a loved. Yes, I was gonna say it too big fan, Dennis Miller. That guy was rip smart, really, really, really fucking smart. Dennis Miller of been a fan of his, but those are the guys and then you know, look, you get into Fallon. I thought found and Tina Fey were great. Oh God. Yeah. Polar, what was her name? Cecily Tyson is there now Sisley we always fuck up her name. Whatever she something something's good, strong showing there. We go Sisley strong. She thought she was good. They took her off and put Michael chain, Colin Joe son, which is like, fuck off. I thought Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were great together. This whole SNL turned to garbage trash. I'll watch this this weekend. Connie is on. I just wanna see was planning new music, but Adam driver too. Yeah, what it's an interesting I pick. I don't know. He might be I, I like him out. Baldwin's back is Trump could care less. Just I'm over. But yeah, I'll be interested if county is playing new music is what's he there for. Just real. What are both like? What is that of driver have coming out in county. Honey comes out and he's got a new album. Fucking awesome, dude. And that's again, this reason watch it to see if he's got new music, Adam, what are they doing there? I don't know. Some secret shit that we don't know about, I guess. So I think they should've tried it out Rb g. and just called today, they should. I'm surprised if they don't have that that doctor FU the blassie Ford Schick boasting in three weeks gonna do they can't do a bit about that, right? I think they will. I think they'll go on Kimmel did a bit last night saying they should cut his penis off be gets in, jeez. Yeah, so I, my money is on the, they'll do a bid on it, and I bet you they'll go hard on it across the board because they don't want him in there. They don't want cabin on there even though they don't know them on the fucker. Neither do I by the way. I don't know me there. Yeah. No, if it weren't for this stupid push this bullshit of the bipartisan. I have no fucking idea who these people are like is he really going to overturn Roe like, I don't know. I don't know, but no idea like crazy anyway, we'll see, but let these people do their fucking job. So I don't know either way this is a fun show. Jay. We really went hard today. Really brought to you really proud of you too. Nice. Little on the tell me think pile for Jessie Wiseman, aka the jails. I am Ross Patterson. This is the revolution, good night's everyone.

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The Tyranny of Small Dogs

Canine Nation

12:27 min | 8 years ago

The Tyranny of Small Dogs

"Canine nation e books are now available the first two volumes dogs as they are. And teaching dogs effective. Learning are available in bookstores now more on how you can get them at the end of this podcast. Welcome to canine nation audio edition. It's Tuesday February nineteenth twenty thirteen. Canine nation is a regular feature column that runs on the life is a human online magazine. Life is a human features articles about what it means to be human the good, the bad and the enlightening this column explores what it means to be human in our relationship with dogs. You can find it at life as a human dot com to get directly to canine nation. Goto canine, nation dot life is a human dot com. A complete archive of all the canine nation articles can be found there. Hi, I'm Eric, Brad. Canine nation is about learning understanding and living successfully with our dogs modern animal training techniques based on behavioral science can produce amazing results in working with our dogs. Whether your dog is a loved family member or a working dog canine athlete or a trusted companion positive training techniques based on science can help you. Enjoy a more productive and fun relationship with your dog. Join us as we explore the many facets of living with our dogs and taking a fresh look at how we work with them. Whether it's taking a closer look at everyday issues, we share with our dogs or busting longstanding myths about training and Doug behavior. I hope you find something useful in each of the canine nation articles. We're glad you're with us. Now, here's this week's installment. The tyranny of small dogs. We are big dog people. We've always had larger breeds like collies and Belgian shepherds having bigger dogs comes with a hefty responsibility. When a big dog has bad manners. It's really obvious to everyone in the room when our Rizzo jumps up to greet a guest he throws all of his sixty five pounds into it. He's just looking for a kiss and cuddle. But that's a lot of dog to throw it someone. So we tried to do our best to teach our dogs the manners. They need. Managing larger dogs requires teaching several behaviors just to manage their movement. For example, it would be easy for our big dogs to barge passed us and out the door when we leave the house, so we have carefully trained them to wait or stay on command. We also teach directional cues to move them from one place to another. We teach them cues to get them up onto and off things like couches or benches. We teach them to sit quietly by our sides when we need to keep them out of someone else's way. We have even taught them to back up if we should ever need them to do that. In many ways, I'm envious of small dog owners who can just bend down and scoop up their dog it would make management so much easier. Instead while they are young we have to watch our dogs like a hawk that tiny. Oops, when our puppy eliminates on the carpet will one day, become a much bigger mess. Those cute little puppy. Love nibbles will one day become a bite with enough force to crush a tennis ball and heaven forbid that puppy learns to jump up in our lap. That might not be so easy to deal with when they reached sixty pounds or more. Most of these things are not really a problem for small dog owners, even when they're Doug's are full grown. I don't think there can be much debate regarding the cuteness of small dogs. Most of the lists of the cutest dog breeds that I've looked at recently list, mostly small dogs in their top ten on one list. Small dogs were listed at the cutest from first to seventh with large breeds only finding their way into visions eight through ten. This shouldn't really come as any surprise. These small breeds were selectively bred to be adorable. Lapdogs have been with us for centuries. British history records the breeding of small companion dogs ancestors. Today's cavalier king Charles spaniel dating back as far as the fifteen. Hundreds other breeds like the Papillon date back even earlier and the origin of the pug goes back as far as the fourth century today dog fanciers have around one hundred small breeds of various shapes and styles to choose from because they are small enough to carry an often adorable small dogs frequently get a kind of special treatment that just isn't practical with larger dogs. They have a special capacity to bring a smile, and lighten the heart, and it is these very qualities that can also let them get away with pretty much anything. They want. Watch any of the TV dog training shows that show problem dogs chances. Are you will see one of the small breeds involved in some pretty unruly behaviour? This is not to say that all small dogs are badly behaved far from it. I have had the pleasure to know many wonderful small breed dogs. But the deception here is that small dogs don't appear to require much of our attention as a larger breed might and yet the perception of these smaller breeds is quite the opposite. A study from twenty ten concludes that quote smaller dogs are seen as less obedient. More aggressive and excitable and more anxious and fearful unquote could the relative ease of management of small breeds lead to a lack of training by owners noted author and behaviorist Patricia McConnell seems to think so in a March twenty twelve blog post McConnell confesses that while she has done some really great training with her small dog quote. Here's what I haven't done taught her to sit down and stay really if you're surprised or shocked. You're not a surprise. Design 'em unquote McConnell says that if this were a larger breed, she would have started that kind of training, much sooner. The fact is much of what we attribute to small breed dogs may have less to do with their genetics and more to do with their upbringing. If owners really do tend to be more relaxed in their training with their small dogs that might account for several issues. Smaller dogs might have more difficulty getting their owners attention, and that might contribute to demand barking and jumping up once they get attention owners may just reflexively pick up the dog while not addressing an underlying issue. And there's another aspect to this that cannot be overlooked small dogs have small mouths with very small teeth Canadian comedian, norm. Donald once joked that it might take dachshund several days to tear your throat out if you passed out on the floor and it decided to nibble away at you a search. On the internet of dog breeds that pose the greatest risk as biters will often list breeds such as malamute's akitas German shepherds and rottweilers among the most dangerous that is because most such studies focus heavily on the amount of damage. These breeds can do small breeds are just as likely to bite as larger breeds and for many of the same reasons. But because it is unlikely that they will inflict much damage. These bites frequently go on reported. As conscientious dog owners of small dogs. Well, no there is nothing different about their dog's brain small dogs are every bit as intelligent and eager to learn as larger breeds the time. I have spent competing in dog illegi has given me the chance to see some spectacular performances by miniature pinschers chihuahuas, Jack Russell terriers miniature schnauzers and many other small breeds. They are intelligent well-trained an incredibly responsive to their owners. It is a stark contrast to the frazzled woman on the TV show who is claiming that her bijon freeze as quote taking over her household, unquote. And she is at her wit's end trying to control her dog. Clearly, these small breeds can be fantastic workers. So what's going on here? It's the tyranny of small dogs tyranny. Not because the dogs themselves are doing anything wrong, quite the opposite slow. All dogs seem to have a tremendous capacity to lull us humans into thinking that we don't have to work with them. Like, we need to work with larger breeds somehow. We expect them to be great little dogs just because they're small and cute, and we get the cuddle them and that could be working against them. If we are not giving them the training, and the structure that they need this lack of structure and training is not just confined to the smaller dog breeds. But there does seem to be a much greater chance of it happening. I know from personal experience that indiscretions by my big black dogs are not as easily overlooked or forgiven as those of say a sheet zoo or a dachshund when a pomeranian barks at you. It's cute when a big black Belgian shepherd barks at you. It's menacing society just seems more tolerant of bad manners. If the dog is small. I feel badly for these small breeds. They are dogs just like border collies and German shepherds rottweilers, they are easily trainable make wonderful companions and can excel at any Doug sport or activity that their owners choose to train them for. We just have to keep from falling into the trap of going easy on a small dog. Sure, they are cute and cuddly, but they are intelligent and eager to learn as well and any good small dog owner can tell you. It's well worth the effort you put into working with a small breed, the brains and indeed their hearts are much bigger than their size would lead you to believe until next time have fun with your dogs. 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Laurie Metcalf

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

35:07 min | 1 year ago

Laurie Metcalf

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC. Bullseye with Jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by NPR. I'm Jesse thorn. It's wolves. I. Metcalf is a veteran act late seven, and she was in college. She and a few of her classmates started putting on planes at a unitarian church Deerfield. Illinois, those classmates included people like Gary Sinise. John Malkovich and Tracy Letts to theater called Steppenwolf became one of the most acclaimed theater companies in the United States AB were lucky enough to see Laurie in the off Broadway rendition of bomb Gilead back in eighties won a bunch of wards phone party. And you almost definitely saw her on TV's Roseanne for nine years. She played Jackie Roseanne systems show. She's now starring in the Connors, the ABC produced spinoff of Roseanne, these days lorries been working lot on Broadway. She's been nominated for a bunch of Tony's and one twenty seventeen best actress award for her role in adults house part two in a profile earlier this month, the New York Times called her the first lady of American theater. Also in two thousand seventeen she starred alongside sir SHA. Ronin in the critically acclaimed lady bird, the fascinating beautiful coming of age film, directed by Greta gerwig, when she and I talked last year she was up for an Academy Award for her role in the movie centers around the title character, lady bird, McPherson, a high school senior living in Sacramento, California. She's played by Ronin lady bird dreams of leaving Sacramento. Moving to the east coast and going as she says wherever writers live Laurie plays Marian. Lady birds mom and the relationship between the two of them is easily one of the most compelling pieces of movie, it's complicated and messy, they fight a lot they push each other's buttons. But the love they share is palpable. Let's take a listen to a little bit from ladybird a little background. I this is toward the beginning of the movie lady bird just made plans to spend thanksgiving with her new boyfriend. And in this scene Marian has taken her to the local thrift store to pick out a new dress, Danny say, whether his grandmother has. Formal thanksgiving. I don't know. There are a lot of kids, but she lives in the fat forty. Oh, well, you're dead which party wants in that neighborhood, the CEO of ISE that was pretty format. You're not going to a funeral. Well, I don't know. What says rich people? Thanks giving. Mousse thing is shame that you're spending your last thanksgiving with family you've never met instead of us. But I guess you want it that way. Are you tired now? Here in joyless. You know, I want to see a picture at checkout. So if you're tired, we can sit out and not tie. Okay. I just couldn't tell because you were dragging your feet. Well, I just couldn't tell. Why didn't you just say pick up your feet? I didn't know if you were talking being passive grind. No. You are so infuriating stopped knowing not yelling. Oh in the mirror. Fang love it. Oh, man. Laurie metcalf. Welcome to bullseye. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Jessie. I have to say when I watched lady bird, and and I watch it really knowing nothing about it. I watched it before it came out because we were going to have Greta gerwig on the show, and I had more like intense upsetting high-school flashbacks of the relationship between my wife and her mom who which was a wonderful relationship is a wonderful relationship, and my mother-in-law's the best. But the it's those weird emotional dynamics are so tense, and so continuous. Yes. Their the the mother dot, well, it's a beautiful and so complex mother daughter relationship that Greta captured on the page, you know, as the writer screenwriter, and then and also in the direction that she so brilliantly did and and it's it's how. Those the intensity can just spin out on a dime. And then everything falls away in his forgotten because you're onto the next lovely moment between the mom and the daughter t just really did that well to living with the script change the way that you thought about your relationship with your kids or your relationship. It really did I was looking at it from the mother's point of view, obviously. And and when I first read the screenplay, I I knew instantly, you know, how the headbutting scenes would go because I was I was actually living that at the time with a teenager in the house, and so those were really easy to connect to. But I was also really thankful that Greta peppered in the the moments of heart between the the mom and daughter, and where they are on the same page there comforting each other or their reminiscing about or they're having a very nice shared experience together. This is we're just seeing them during this dysfunctional moment in their lives. It's never always been this way. And it won't stay this way. But what I was really shocked when I sat in an audience for the first time and listen to it watched it hearing, some of the language come out of my characters mouth because in playing it. I knew where that character was coming from. And it was a from a place of heart actually of wanting to help of wanting to you know, kick this kid's ask and get hurt into gear. And and make her, you know, just sit up and start to appreciate things, and you know, everything that the mother wants for her daughter, but to hear it come out in such an aggressive way. When I watched it was really startling to me. And really did make me think of how I have phrased things to my own kid. Kids. Was there anything that greater gerwig told you about what she wanted the character to be in what she wanted the film to be beyond? What was on the page? No. I think it was all on the page it really she had worked so carefully on the script so meticulously that by the time we got to the set. There was never that. Weird scrambled that you can have some times where everybody looks at each other and says, well, this isn't working now. What do we do because we have to get this shot in, you know, the next three hours we were all on the same page. We had a couple of days of rehearsal not days of few meetings where Greta would spend with either as many of us together as as as could in in whatever city that we were in or certian I got to spend a couple of days with her in her apartment or at her office in LA right before we were about to shoot just to make sure we were on the same page. Just to make sure that if we were going to have another antagonistic seen together that we didn't wanna make it the same as the one before it because there's a lot of that throughout the the film with the mother and the daughter, and so we wanted to parse out, you know, who was actually triggering it. This time around who was being passive aggressive. Who was who was interpreting whatever with something benignly said, you know, in an antagonistic way, you know, mix it up like that. So all of the the battles weren't the same. There is kind of an amazing blend of textures in those relationships as I see them. I mean, it's something that I have with my mom, but I don't feel like it's the same. Which is there's a lot of just kind of like there's a lot of kind of poking and falling back. And I don't think it was a relationship that I had seen before in a film that kind of. Of there's a lot of bruise pressing. But not a lot of dressing down. You know? Oh, I'm getting hit. Just figuring about it chilling. Yes. Because it's so real it's, you know, she just maybe we haven't seen it. But it certainly exists in probably every family that I know, and she's really captured it it. Let's hear another scene from lady bird, my guest is Laurie Metcalf. So in this scene, the whole family, including the brother and his girlfriend are all sitting down at breakfast and Marian which is Laurie's character and lady bird are arguing over who should make the eggs, and then the vegan girlfriend who is maybe like nineteen or twenty she's kind of saying that eggs are bad for the environment and the data's there. And he's reading the newspaper and not really paying attention, and they're all sitting together and they're talking to each other. But no one is actually breaking through to anyone else. Why can't I just make the eggs because you take too long like a big mess, and I have to clean the whole thing. Good for their learning. What you heard her quickly? Please little these pictures every newspaper looks like USA today Shelley, and I are trying to be that's the soya milk. You wear a leather jacket, but they're vintage support the on John. There's Whitestone how much you'll Franco's. Pigs are smart, and I never thought Brambles was genius. Okay. Mom, the eggs are not going make your I wanted to let me conservative like me. I'm hungry. I have a buddy who has actually guest hosted this show before a comedian named guy brand, and he is a huge gauge genius from outside of Sacramento. And he's he's from an e he's from what you might call rural Sacramento. You know, it doesn't you don't have to go that far outside of Sacramento before you're in America's bread basket. And I think guy connected more deeply to the Sacramento -ness of this film than anyone else on this planet, and as I was reading about your early life. I wondered if as a person from southern Illinois whether you related to that Sacramento NIST that feeling of living in almost an like an outpost. Yeah. I did I think Greta describe Sacramento as the mid west of California. So I felt perfectly at home. Whether we were, you know, shooting scenes within the house, which was actually set in LA or during less two weeks when we got to go up, and it was my first time seeing Sacramento and things just sort of clicked. I mean it. It seemed like a small town. And you couldn't I I saw the beauty in it. But I could see how easily it would be passed over by especially by teenager having grown up there, and the architecture even made sense to me. I don't know. I it is a love letter from Greta to Sacramento, and I it it made me really really appreciate the place. If you were telling someone what was special about where you grew up in the way that cheated with Sacramento. What do you think what do you think someone wouldn't understand about what it's like to be from southern Illinois? I like the flatness of it. And I love, of course, it was you know, very long time ago. So there was a there was a naively than I liked growing up where I did small town again, I think at that point. It was the town was only with under ten thousand. Maybe I just it was very clear to me at southern Illinois just has has clearness. I guess I just understand, you know, the people are very practical and upfront about things there's there's not a lot of role playing going on or anything you you understand somebody pretty quickly. They just are what you see them as you know, it really is something the extent to which. The kind of cultural experience of growing up in a particular place doesn't translate perfectly when you are somewhere else. And you have to really like not just learn how to understand how people from other places are in the world. But also just understand that other people from other places in the world are different like, it's sort of a two step thing here. Did you have that? Did you have that experience? Like when you first experience was when I when I did go to college, and I didn't go as far as lady bird. I didn't go across country, I stayed within Illinois. So I went about I I don't few hundred miles away to central Illinois from southern to central which was a huge move for me. And I started hearing a a very, very particular. But to me foreign accent, really really strange had. Had no idea what it was. And it finally dawned on me that these were kids coming down from Chicago. Was like a different land. That's. And it took me a long time to piece it together to figure it out. You could eventually you figure learn that they were the ones holding a jar of sport peppers. Signature chicago. Yeah. And little did. I know that that I would move there. And and and form a theater company and spend the next twenty years. You know, I feel like I get the impression that when you were a teenager. And even when you were in college, you did not have a plan. No, no plan. No. I I mean, I I worked up the nerve to audition for a play while I was in high school. And that's as far as it went. You know, I had I I was not trying to kid myself that I would ever be able to make a living it being an actor because nobody did nobody that I knew nobody within, you know, thousands of miles of me when you were in college, and you were majoring in. I believe initially German which pointless is that a romance language. It's definitely a very romantic college. Man. I don't you know, I had taken it in in high school, and I I really loved the language, but what I thought that I was. Going to do with it. I mean, I hear this is a typical seventeen year olds thinking, you know, like, there's no way I'm going to be an actor. So I won't pursue that. But I will pursue the study of German thinking what I'll be a translator somewhere. You know, where I there was no connecting of the dots anywhere. So I didn't know that. I I didn't know that. I liked the language, and and in hindsight, I think I just like language, and I like writing I love, and I like to be a literal interpreter. So I I was going after being an interpreter in the wrong way. So acting kinda solved that for me. I I'm able to be an interpreter not only of language, but of body language, and that to me is is really fascinating we'll finish up with Laurie Metcalf after a quick break. Stay with us. It's wolves high for maximum, fun dot org and NPR. It's been two years since Kathy Griffin took a photo with the bloody Donald Trump mask. She is still feeling the aftermath. I have never seen anything like this where if you make a joke about the president of the United States, you may die Kathy Griffin on the next. It's been a minute from NPR. The greatest generation is a Star Trek podcast that d- stigmatizes the very idea of having a Star Trek podcast. We're been head of the hosts of the greatest generation and the technology. We've developed is that nobody knows what you're playing in your ear buds, you know, with legalization it's easier than ever to find out. What's in your? The we suggest that you legally find the greatest generation wherever you download your podcasts. We'll send it to you and discreet unmarked package. Nobody has to know. But us that's the greatest generation the Star Trek podcast that you didn't know you need it yet. Makes you feel like you belong. Welcome back to bullseye. Jesse thorn, my guest is the award winning actress Laurie Metcalf you've seen her on Roseanne, and it spin off show the Connors in films like Toy Story and elsewhere. When we talked last year she was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in twenty-seven teens lady bird. Among the folks who ended up being founding members of the Steppenwolf theatre who were your friends in college. Who who do you remember glomming onto I or glomming onto you? I don't mean to be presumptuous. Well, it was we glommed on all together as some Iki group. A frankly, I mean, it was very incestuous. So we, you know, we switched partners all the time. We were very secluded and insular. We we knew nobody else, especially when we spend our little tight weirdo company. But I we were all taken with each other. We just had a shared sense of humor, and we had a shared passion for theater, and we what we all wanted to do more than anything was either make each other laugh in a role or make each other cry. I in in apart, you know, so we challenged each other in in in that sense. And we were very lucky that had a lot of talented people was just a fluke, and we also had a lot of talented directors that came out of it. Because none we were all just actors. Nobody wanted to direct that was like the that was the dud job if you had to direct a play. 'cause that meant that you know, you you didn't get to be on stage with the rest of the gang. What did John Malkovich? Wear when he was twenty two. I well, I don't know how to describe it. He would wear he would wear a suit. That's for sure which was unheard of a suit and tie, and maybe even a vest haired, four hours. Yes ridiculous. And then paired with giant giant platform shoes. Or for a while. I think he went through one of those phases where he wore those little Chinese slippers. They're just black, and they have a little strap that goes across lake a Bruce Lee Mary Jane situation. Yes. Yes. He was the most fashion forward of all of us. I mean, the rest of us, and I still do our in jeans and a flannel shirt every day. That's what I'm wearing right now. You know, was it as intense as the reputation suggests it was an. Not just like intense almost to the point of lake to the whatever is just short of violence. I think is pretty much what the reputation of that matter was. Yes, it was. Yes, it was. Yeah. Yes. We will do things on stage. I mean, if we were supposed to beat each other up on stage than we beat each other up. You know, there was the we we didn't see any other way except to to do it that way. And it was intense in the in the in the fact that in the sense that we were twenty years old and everything is intense. You know, and so you can have a company meeting and somebody's going to start screaming and run out into the street. You know and want to be begged to come back come back. Please, please. We didn't mean it. You know, everything was heightened. And and again, we had you know, people were having relationships within there, and that all that comes with its own baggage, you know, like maybe one couple is just broken up. And they're not speaking or not on good terms. And everybody's tiptoeing around them. You know, it was it was it was a melting pot of of adolescent angst. And and and and and excitement, and I don't know that I would want to visit revisit again. But in the moment, it was it was always exciting. I was shocked to read that literally. Literally when you were picking what played a do you? Do you go to a library? Yeah. Took the place shit. Shit. Yeah. So what year that would have been like seventy eight or nine or something like that? So we would go to the library in checkout. Best plays of nineteen seventy seven. And and just try and find something that at least had a role for a couple of us. And then the others could fill in Laurie. I don't know if it was a good plan. It's a better plan in checking out worst place of nineteen seventy through true. Yeah. But we we had no resources, you know, and nobody could right. So we we knew we were chomping at the bit to get great parts and wanted to act, and we we needed that vehicle. You know? So we would just any play was good enough. You know, we would just go at it one hundred and fifty percent you had part that transformed your acting career in a play called balm in Gilead, which by the time you were doing it in Steppenwolf was already a revival. And then you as a group brought it to Broadway. Off Broadway off Broadway, and this is in the early nineteen eighties. I guess yeah. And I I read Frank Rich's review from the New York Times of that show. I I don't I mean, I I have hardly ever read more few SUV review about an acting performance than the paragraph that he dedicated to you. I think he said that it will surely be one of the highlights of the year in theater or something like that. Well it. It was a really special play. And it was a really special time to be in New York is the first time I'd ever gone to New York when there is a group we knew the play worked because we had done it in Chicago. And it was working really well, and it was a very theatrical play which was different for the time and and John Malkovich directed it. And he threw in music by Tom waits and Bruce Springsteen Rickie Lee Jones in real it took off and those three people came to see the play in a little hundred twenty-five seat house. It was really a heady time to be doing the hitter. But it came with this terrific part that I got to play which had a long monologue in the middle of it, which was so beautifully written that it wa-. It was just a a real. Surprise to the audience and to this day about every two or three months. Somebody stops me somewhere and says that they saw that play. And and that it has stayed with them. They can quote lines from it. They remember it vividly because I think it was so theatrical it had it had s- thirty people in the cast and sometimes people would freeze and a big spotlight would come down on one person in the music would swell. It was very very different. And and people remember the pictures that it that it formed and they remember that monologue too. Vet monologue. When you say it was a big monologue. That was like a ten or twenty minute monologue like almost a one act play in and of itself. I don't have any recordings from nineteen Eighty-four, but I do have a recording from of a few years ago at lanford Wilson's memorial service, where you perform just a little bit of one of the monologues in and talked about what the work and what he meant to you your character. Darlene is somewhat naive prostitute. And you're in this diner that you described. It's full of various types of people who are on the outs, you know, runaways in junkies. And all this kind of stuff in this. Character is very has an odd sort of optimism. In her foolishness. So I I wanna take a listen to just just a little bit of my guest. Laurie Metcalf performing Darlene from lanford Wilson's play bombing Gilead. When I first got up on the street in show up most of the streets run east west. Or open. But of course. History. The nights Fullerton. In their Overby. Buildings very multi incurably a little ones out front. All. The rents are actively nothing even in this. The my argument was to light up right in the front office. They had all the known I three rooms and just is lovely the right out onto amity kitchen and the Acura look out on lookout and Ross mccartan was. Akram? Peg number. Everything she's saying is wrong. He's getting all all the names of things wrong. And this was so wonderfully written that it was a character that you, you know, I think somebody said, you you you would kill yourself if you were caught on a long bus ride with this person. And so it, and it's just she's just. Beyond stupid. And it goes from being a character that you would totally right off to someone who is very very deeply moving at the end. And that that that was the brilliance of the writing and that that's why I think that people the monologue stood stood out. So so well because it was just something that you hadn't seen you didn't expect it you thought. Okay. I know this person right off the bat and then by and then fifteen minutes later, you're you're sobbing because of what she's saying. You were not an accomplished screen actor when you were cast on Roseanne. No, I'd never done anything. No, no. I take that back. I had done one movie. Yeah. You were in desperately seeking Susan. Did you like move to Los Angeles and start auditioning for sitcoms or well, I went to I was in Chicago doing plays back to back to back. And then I had and then, you know, went to New York to do bombing Gilead and off of that I got cast in desperately seeking Susan and I thought okay. Well, that was a, you know, just a one time only film shot or would have then it went back to Chicago more plays more plays. And then I thought you know, what maybe all Gary Sinise had moved out to LA, and he was having some good luck getting some TV work. I think and I thought maybe I'll go out to LA I'll give it to weeks. I'll stay on somebody's couch. And see if I can get a movie, and then it just so happened that the same casting directors who cast desperately seeking Susan were casting Roseanne, and they were in LA, and I happened to be there. I mean, literally in the right place at the right time. And I went in and read for them. They didn't even have the sides written for the sister. So I read Roseanne sides, and I got the part. And then I thought oh, I don't know though, TV role. What if I end up getting typecast in there like, you know, what you'd be an idiot to pass on this? So I took it. And luckily, it was just one of the best written sitcoms ever every one of the best sitcoms ever. I know that you can't yell at the acting because you were one of the actors, but all around one of the greatest television shows ever made. Yeah. I mean, I how about this. Let's hear a scene from Roseanne. And my my guest is Laurie Metcalf. And if you don't remember well Roseanne, well, great news. You get to watch Roseanne for the first time. But Laurie played Jackie who was Roseanne sister Roseanne was the lead in the show alongside John Goodman. And so in this clip from the show, Jackie and Rosanna are finding out that their dad passed away and Roseanne is sitting at I think it's a kitchen table and Jackie is. Is talking on one of those phones that hangs on the wall and Roseanne has made her Colorado give to to break the news that that their dad has died, Barbara it's Jackie Jackie on fine. Fine. I and some bad news that is not with us anymore. I said dad has passed away. He's passed away. Dad is. Fine. Law doing that. Again, you can't. Who wrote that who's norm? Norm mcdonald? Well that little bit. Yeah. He's got a wicked sense of humor. You know? He was one of the writers on this Roseanne reboot. He came into right? He was sitting there in. He was sitting there in in a room with my buddy. Morgan Murphy, who's a brilliant TV. Right, right. I was like she's sitting in there with norm. Donald in a windowless writers. Laurie metcalf. You're the greatest thank you very much for coming on balls and talking to me what an honor to get to have you on the show. I was so Jesse to get to meet you. Thank you. Laurie metcalf. This interview didn't drive it home already. She is absolutely brilliant lady bird. You should see lady bird. If you haven't already what you have to these days. She is set to start in a new production of who's afraid of Virginia Woolf next year on Broadway. She'll be performing alongside Eddie Izzard. We've come to the end of another episode of bullseye. Our show is recorded and maximum fund out or world headquarters. Overlooking MacArthur park and beautiful, Los Angeles, California. It's spring out there folks, and the geese and ducks are very excitable somewhat territorial we want you to be careful if you're walking in the park the show is produced by speaking into microphones are producers. Kevin ferguson. Hey, soussan Broszio is our socio producer. He's on the boards right now. We get help from Casey O'Brien production. Fellow is Jordan cowling are interested in music is by j w aka Dan, Wally are thinks to him for sharing it with us. 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280: Holyfield-Tyson Comebacks; Farewell, Frank Costanza, Avs to Wear Nordiques Gear

"The S WPA is brought to you in part by all Insurance Ontario. Still paying the full premium on more than one vehicle. If you're not using second vehicle these days collar text me and we can cut your premium in half just until we're all back on the roads. Texts me at eight six zero six zero zero eight or visit if you have any questions all insurance Ontario. Your modern boutique broker the WPA podcast sports. And whatever everybody it is the podcast that everybody's talking about. They're saying things like. Hey here you guys have a podcast. What is a podcast and other flattering things like that? Oh I blush over here. Steve Worn long with Jim. Jerome with our daily Tales of sports and whatever and daring do James. How're things daring dupe? I'm always good I'll tell you A couple of things. I've got good and bad okay. Oka- some of the because this happened to me this morning and I think it's the worst worst fucking feeling ever. Okay you can think about what it might be for you but the worst ever. So you've stubbed your toll right you. You're talking about slivers yesterday. I Dunno toothache. Shit like that. Okay or the people just Dr Headaches and the headaches the worst steve ever the electric shock. That's a bad one. Oh fuck excuse my language. Oh Yeah just the just the worst. It's my it's my worst thing ever. GimMe Gimme shocker. There something yeah. I got shocked today so. GimMe Gimme the sliver onto giving the hot bamboo underneath the toenail Steve. Okay give me that. The Chinese water torture all sorts of stuff. Okay I'll take all of that. My appendix being ripped out the colonoscopy that I had kidney stones. Gay terrible pain. Okay Gimme all of that Steve. All of that. We're just talking about draft. Maybe maybe there's something there. Give me all of that ahead of an electric shock. How'd you shock yourself? So I'm I've been painting my joint right. So a lot of that rate is taking off plates right for lights which is gonNa fucking pain around them. Take that off you know. And so one of the lights which is a sort of up against. I've got a Washer and dryer in my bedroom when I renovate I thought great idea right. That's where the wash and dry should be steve up on the second floor with all the clothes not three floors down in the basement. Okay good idea washer dryer in the master bedroom and make sure you have a drain though. GotTa have a drain in cases a leak. Yeah listen I didn't put it in myself. Steve Plummer do it. Okay thank you I did it myself audio plug this in and there's water going all over the floor. Where does the what happens there so anyway? There's a light switch sort of in between the wall and and the and the and the Washer and dryer so I actually so diligent but the painting I pulled the Washer and dryer out of this alcove painted in behind. You know that and then I undid this light switch and so just just taking the playoffs. Tv You know the little plastic cover right. So I take it off. It's a little stuck so I take a just tap it with a screwdriver tip because it's something the old paint there. Has It stuck on your shirt? You take screws out tap. Oh Oh this. Driver went to Deep Steve into the box of ood. Yeah pull the wire out of okay. The spark and then right from head to toe head to toe with. That's a bad one. Oh it's fucking bad one. Okay not just in the thumb or the Henry you get the and that's what I thought you know the the the cartoon one where. It's just like flop. I don't think I've ever had one of those. Like SORTA head to toe before I've never I've always had the little hand like you talked about and it just feels like it's it's just like it's gone into your vary the core of your soul but I've never had one. That was the whole body. Wow that must have been scary. I sit I even sent you a picture. Almost ripping my thumb off yesterday right. We up that You know what ripped my thumbs off. Ripped my thumb buff before you give me a shock. I mean where this happened recently. Yeah just like it happened yesterday. Okay or two days ago with the shocking I forget what it was which so anyway that blew out a bunch of lights upstairs and so. I had the electricity in today so I said. Check this out and this plug here. I don't know it was kind of smoking when I first moved. I've been here ten years. I think I recall it. Smoking when I plug something. In right he goes. Oh Oh that's not good. No but I haven't used it. I just stopped using it so he pulls it all apart he goes well. Here's the problem you've got. You've got two hundred forty volts coming in here when it should be a little one twenty action. That's where you're almost set your place on fire so anyway fixes all that up okay. So that's the worst. Ever the best ever Steve. The best feeling ever okay is looking around. I've got A. I've got a mere that. He used to having a big tall wall. And when I pull it off. There's a there's a outlet for a fixture that was in behind the mirror right so now I gotTa fucking I get a ladder. Climb up there. I'm not touching anything electrical anymore. Okay none of that. What am I going to do so I I just mentioned it to the electricity. Sorta like defeated. How am I GONNA do this? Care can get up there and the best feeling ever Steve. One someone goes all care of that for you nice. It's the best. It's the best feeling ever. You know what I'll I'll look after that four. What you could do is a lot of people consider this before. They start messing around with an outlet at all the way down. Turn off the breaker. So it's just a little safety advice there for Meteo but I was all. I understand that I'm going but I need the lights on so I can fix the late and I said well you can use a flashlight gym or something like that anyway. That's the best feeling ever. You know what's the best best thing ever like like my daughter hit me up the other day when you know everyone's getting this cash right this emergency cash and you mean Stevenson's it says just go online and do that. You know what happens to me. Okay I'm sticking my fucking finger into a light socket. Okay Steve. That's the maybe that's a close close. I okay and my daughter goes. Don't worry about it that all look after everything. Oh Jesus I love that. Feeling Yeah. There's nothing like it not to be careful though with that the whole thing. You know that that compensation thing is right now. The government is just basically making sure everybody's taking care of so not much happening right now. In the way of auditing making sure that You know people that are supposed to get it are getting it making sure that those who don't need it at this point shouldn't be getting all that stuff but they will at some point down the line when things have calmed down they are going to review all of these payments. That are going out so just keep that. Just keep that in mind. Anybody who's actually applying for this stuff you know and just saying well. Let's see let's apply and maybe we'll maybe we'll get it. And in most cases people are but they will be auditing at some point in double checking at least to see if you actually should have gotten that that dough all you do Steve. Because I don't think they double check this. All you do is just lie about your income and you'll be fine you just you. Just throw down like okay. Made Eight grand make four thousand bucks a year or so. You get the Max Stephen near off to the races. Wow check that stuff. No no one's GonNa no one listening to the show works for SIA. Cra might be a couple we want to regroup. They're lying. Yeah Yeah you don't my mother. Speaking of Mother's Day is you sort of neglectful. Knowing some things like she was she was a classic drinker. As you know right okay. Scotch wine drinker and so she was. I came home one day. And she's all upset that her doctor won't see her anymore I'm like what he fired me as a patient. I said well what happened. She Goes Oh. I don't know you know and I well know something. I WANNA find out the story mum. Okay so she goes I you know. So I HAVE DIABETES SON. I said I know okay and so then it just got worse over the years and it was it was diet controlled and then and then she had to go on insulin. Okay and couldn't couldn't have anything to do with plowing the red wine back old so anyway. I guess when you go there you have to. You have to have you know your blood of obviously has to be checked and there's certain levels of certain things you know. White Cell counts. I guess read whatever these these numbers right and and they have to commit it at the right number for us to check whether you're okay or not right okay. So she's supposed to measure these things right. I guess what you would do whatever she does a pinprick or I don't know exactly how it works. Steve and so she goes what I did was I came home and instead of actually checking I just filled out the form with all the numbers that he wants to see. What what did she do she goes? I just I knew what he wanted to see so I just filled them in and dropped the form off and then I got a call and he said I can't see you anymore. He said you lied on that sheet. What is the problem there and I'm going well. I'm you could die if you give someone the wrong or separate. It's you can't lie to your doctor. I'm okay because then they prescribed stuff and you could die. He's like Oh that's ridiculous. I I've never heard of it happening but I guess I understand why. The doctor decided to make that call. You've got to be honest with that stuff. I got it you got to. I also heard Steve. Speak is when you tell them what you go for your physicals or whatever you do on the spend a few minutes talking about stress all that stuff and then and then the old. How much do you drink okay? So let's back it up. Ten years ago Steve. When I go for my physicals right now I can see but back in the day when I was drinking a bottle of Zan Boca Day stevie okay. That was my drink of choice and knocking off. A two six was not uncommon. Okay wow okay and then at the guide say how many how much you drink do you drink ago. Yes right socially I would say just socially okay so socially. How much do you drink a day? I said well you know some days are different than others but I might have a couple of drinks a day. He goes every day I said. Well I'm I'm averaging things out here but I guess you know every day maybe three goes every day so yeah three drinks so apparently what doctors do is they triple that okay because everyone lies everyone lies drinking nominee smoke okay so so the doctors are on on a little bit off. You go go drink drink a little bit. You know something like that. No no triple triple how. Well good stuff. I guess Jerry Stiller had been doing some clean living because he got a good old long life in ninety two years of age unfortunately passed away today He'd be the guy you'd know as Frank Costanza from Seinfeld he was Arthur on King of Queens. And just a super funny guy. It's certainly a great life that he had and it's sad to hear the news. Of course his son Ben Stiller who is a is a great comedic actor in his own right made that announcement on social media earlier today. What was your favorite Jerry Stiller Character James? You know. I wasn't a huge Seinfeld fan but I remember tuning when I saw that guy. Just yelling the whole show. I thought it was hilarious when he was talking to son to George. Right would you know you can't do that? Chart or whatever. He did all day in that in that show. I always thought that was funny. He probably best known from that character. And for that episode of Festivus Festivus for the rest of us and just absolutely hilarious and he had a bunch of others were episodes where he and Kramer came up with the idea for a bra for men and they wanted to call it the bro or they're arguing whether they should call the bro or the Manzir and so many classic that Jerry Stiller had in his career that goes way back to the early days of television he and his wife were a husband and wife comedic team. Doing stand up comedy. Never see that. Now imagine that a husband and wife doing stand up comedy right back to the old Sullivan show with that. Might Have Been Jack. Benny George Burns who they had a radio show. I think Ozzie and Harriet is that fuck me that's like I don't know from the thirties. Shit anyway. We asked the question in our poll. Today Who is your favorite? Who is or who was your favorite Sitcom character of all time. What's good one? Good one I gotta go with. Maybe coach from cheers that character. And then. And then the woody Woody Harrelson in that thing even even better than I liked all the characters right. That's what made that show so great. Right when you think of how different each cliff Klavan and then norm norm. Diane Sam Coach and of course I'd loved them to. He was Fraser. Right right now in that. Show all those guys. I have a tough time picking. That was my favorite show of all. Time was cheers. Brilliant Good Choices. Good writing real they invented sort of comedic. Timing and sitcoms it was just. It was just hilarious absolutely hilarious but so I might group characters together if I if I can't if you're going to allow that one of the rules I allow. I'm very loose on the rules to the pool. Because we're just having some fun but I'd say that in recent weeks even Probably Larry David has become my number. One interestingly enough. He's playing himself. He's not really playing a character. He's just he's Larry David and he's playing. Larry David on the show and of course. All the incidents and plotlines are all fictional for the most part but I just think he's absolutely terrific actually saw him on a thing just cruising around on Youtube. I'm not sure when they did it. But on Seth Meyers Show. They did a thing. Because Larry David was the guest. And what would be like if you had your own personal Larry David on a day-to-day basis. So they had all these various scenarios. Where there'd be conflict that would happen and he could see that somebody wanted to say something but didn't then there was Larry to come into the rescue to call everybody on their shifts so it was very well done but the show itself curb. Your enthusiasm is terrific and there was a couple of others that I wrote down just for fun. I thought John cleese in Fawlty Towers Basil. Fawlty right certainly one of my favorites Kramer and Costanza from Seinfeld were great. I liked on thirty rock the Alec Baldwin Character Jack Donaghy right and I really like Cameron for modern family. He's kind of the big guy. Eric stonestreet place him. He was terrific as well. So those are some that came to mind people when they when when people got to watch this show. You know it's the best ever. There's a character to off and I've never watched a full episode but the office. I think there's there's some was it the British version of the American version popular. Either one I guess and when I I'm trying to think of something else beside the office but there was. Oh well the the animation stuff. I'm surprised you didn't bring up like family guy or Simpson's when those characters. Yeah I just didn't think I was thinking more live action stuff but I guess that qualifies a situation comedy even though it's animated my all time. Favorite those Steve. All Time hands down funding. Now that now I think about it like ripping absolute ripping comedy hilarious lines. Hang on what's going to be said here Alice from Brady Bunch it. I mean just like snot bubble roll over the back of the seat going. Oh well no grilled cheese for you. Peter these cookies or bird. Yeah seeing you see you know you want to regroup. Don't you Ellie Mae from the Beverly Hillbillies Steve? Well Sends Office Ralph as we look to the poll and the response is right in your chronological wheelhouse. Here he went with ZSA ZSA Gabor. Who Played Mrs Oliver Oliver? Wendell Douglas in greenacres can killer got recruits. Any of them come to mind tough question. Mitt between it's always sunny in Philadelphia and Seinfeld and I can think of ten contenders to the throne from show. Rick Acey for me. It was Hawkeye from Mash. Love that show especially the early years. Dick Van Dyke from Maryland McIvor. We got 'EM VDB. Six Tie between George Jefferson Archie. Bunker Michael Scott Says Jessica M. Arthur spooner was classic from van De. This is a good one. I hadn't even thought of this when one of my absolute favorites w. p. and Johnny Fever. Sure and get smart. Come on it was pretty funny. That's an old school or two and Ray Tangail. It's gotta be woody from cheers Kellie. Kellie Kellie E. L. L. Y. Y because you're Kellie Kellie Kellie of some of the responses today further steep further areas Sam Sam Malone on cheers Who had so many great lines but my all time favorite because this capsulated Sam okay this wrap them up in a beautiful and so the opening scene on cheers is Samson in a huge downfield jacket. Right like ski ski jacket. And he's he's maniacally wiping off the bar trying to get out okay trying to get out. And he's like he's a he says. I'm off on a ski trip. It's a boy stripped of Vermont. You know and I gotTA GET OUT OF HERE BEFORE. Diane shows up at sure enough walking down the stairs. Diane you know cheers the door opens. And Sam Sorta froze right and he's looking at her and she goes. Hey what's up Sam? What are you doing? All dressed up in. And he's pauses he goes. Oh my uncle died. My uncle died and I gotta go right away. I gotta I gotTa get to see my aunt. I got to go be with their and the funeral is going to be right away. I gotta I gotta go. Oh that's horrible Sam. Just give me two minutes and Carlisle he cover for your way and I'll go with you. And he goes. Well no no. You can't do that because my aunt would never allow us to sleep together. And she says well then we won't sleep together and he says well why else would you WANNA go? Fuck you beautiful. Sammy boy was beautiful. Ted Dances Great. I was actually the latest episode of Conan. O'brien needs a friend which is amazing podcast that I can highly recommend. Listen to that podcast. Burn through that you know my God. You'll get addicted to that but you'll also be addicted to the podcasting thing and then maybe come back to us and you start listening to these guys now. Now that a good pasta I'll go to the lesser ones. Now Anyway. Ted Danson was great on that one on one with Conan. O'brien seems like a real gentleman. Can't believe seventy two years old now while six so thanks everybody for participating in the old poll today a couple of sports notes. I want to get to how about a vendor Holyfield and Mike Tyson both being well north of fifty years of age. Holyfield's fifty fifty-seven Tyson is fifty three and they're both talking about climbing back into the ring. Is that something that you WanNa see? James Absolutely Yup. I love to see that because it ain't gonNA work okay. It ain't going to work and I. There is a side of me. Stephen goes the car accident site where you got tune in. We got to look at this thing although I think although Tyson right is absolute killer I. I love watching them box when he did. Yeah stevie money right money. A couple of a couple of guys in their fifties are GONNA box to raise money for charities by the way so I can always get behind that concept but in terms of the entertainment level and whether it just in theory WanNa see it Maybe if we can get some sort of promise that somebody bites somebody's ear off. That'd be something that that are. I will eat until I will eat your children. His defense is still impregnable. This my defend that the impregnable. I will eat your children. See the impression Steve Well Wait I. Tyson could probably still throw him. I don't know Holyfield countered awesome. Well he looks a lot better. I think if I'm just like being really blunt and just calling it as I see it Mike. Tyson looks much closer to being in fight shape in terms of his overall body strength just the basic appearance of him. He seems a lot like the old Mike Tyson whereas Alexander Holyfield and there seems to be an almost frailty to him by comparison to where he was in his prime and also worried about the guy. 'cause we in studio on for about an hour and all. I could think of the whole time was like wow. That is unfortunately a a speech patterning that is really consistent with many blows to the head to ask you this. This is the problem okay. It's not that you're able to fight that well okay. So you're in your fifties. It's not going to be anywhere near got the charity angle. That's Nice but tell me this Steve. Would you wanna take a punch for Mike Tyson? No fifty seven years old. He would kill you know. I've seen training video of him on the last week. And you can see the obviously one of the foot speed of the stamina. He once had but yeah. He's still like a guy could kill you. You might die at at fifty. Maybe they're gonNA wear the helmets. Maybe we gotta wear the if I went in there against Mike Tyson. Okay if I'm Holyfield okay. I'm wearing the the Hans Mechanism. Okay from NASCAR with the helmet. The Shield box come on you know and I look at Holyfield. He probably has a hard punch as well. But you know. They showed him in training and they showed him jogging down a suburban St in his training. And I'm like. He looked like he had that sort of gate going. That an old man has this does not did not look athletic at all as he was running he was just like kind of get see athletic at one point but he has that sort of feel of. Oh killer get around so well no more so I worry about Holyfield considerably than I do about Tyson. Well I'm all for the Charity Angle. But I just don't want to see it the Holyfield you get approached with the idea from your agent. Here's what they wanna put together and he goes so. Who Am. I fighting Mike Tyson. No no I'm no. I'm I'll tell you what George Foreman okay bring him on Buster Douglas. I don't know if he's alive or not but I'm fight one of those guys not Mike Tyson. Okay no no I. I really don't think if they if there is going to be a clash. I mean both of them are definitely gonNA do some charity fighting but everybody wants because of the ear bite. I think it can be allowed based on everything that talked about. I don't think it can be allowed for Holyfield to get in the ring with Mike Tyson based on the state of their two bodies. Yeah it's like it's like okay. What what else is next. Come on down to the Lansdowne Park. Okay we're GonNa Chuck Ely and Russ Jackson are going to see who can throw the ball further. Which would be fine. The worst that'll happen is their arm. Falls off just snaps off to the shoulder but they'll survive it. I worry in this case about someone getting really hurt. Yeah well that we would remind me of the Monty Python said John. I think it was fawlty towers as one of your favorite comedic character. The fight remember the fight. Dad kept chopping off body parts. Jim Ever that was that a Monty Python Skit O. It's Hilarious hilarious. I think it's where the guy's GonNa come on. Let's fight there might be sword fighting back in the whatever the whatever those days the black nights. I think you're thinking from. Yeah come on come on. It's just a flesh wound. Yeah Yeah exactly and we have to look that up again. That was funny. Classic for sure Monty Python had a I mean the uniqueness funny but they did have a penchant for the odd a bit of Gore. He had one scene that was like people from the nineteen twenties having a picnic couples. Day that this music playing that made the nicest thing of all time and some guy walks up to the group and says I say anyone for tennis. Oh good show. I'm in and then they've basically throw him a tennis racket. And it hits them in the eye and his eyes starts gushing blood and then just one after another arms coming off legs coming off and it was just. It ended up being this absolute bloodbath and Monty Python was never shy about a bit of Gore. Larry's not totally it reminds me of I watched when my daughter was very young. Maybe FOUR YEARS. She was talking so she wasn't under two. And maybe four five years old right because I I moved to Ottawa and she was just a year old so maybe four or five years old so we sat down together and watch the exorcist nice. Dan is a human right there and of course. I was petrified. The exorcist was a was a huge movie in the seventies. When it came out right people laugh massive warnings. Don't go see this you know. And and so what but it was. It's it's kind of funny to watch it. Fifty years later does not stand the test of time. No but but I watched it with my daughter. And she's like she's laughing with the Green Barf. What's The scariest movie? You've ever seen the scariest movie. Good one that touched me the most that that affected me the most. I don't know if it would still. It's probably fifteen years old now. Is the ring the little girl coming out of the well when that little girl comes out of the well basically the movie was about This vhs tape that if anybody watches it like seven days to the second they will die. Seven days later they will die after. I've watched this the bunch gibberish. When you're watching it but it's creepy. There's a girl that comes out of a well and freaked me out so bad. Jesus well I always go back to the same one. Steve newtalk The scariest movie. GotTa be sound music. Okay just do a theme here steep and all this being the funniest one of Saudi music. Scariest I don't mind taking it sideways. That's all good Julie Andrews Man. She's actually had a big crush on her from that movie. Be Honest choose cute. I met you going through customs at the airport. when was that when was it? L. A? Longtime ago I was going. I was going on a golf trip. My Buddy Tom. Down to Florida and I think she performed in Ottawa right. Let's take a quick time out and we're GONNA back to wrap up with final thoughts also couple of sports notes to mop up half to these words still paying the full premium on more than one vehicle. 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They're going to go with. I think they're doing the D. H. In both leagues I know there and They still have to wait though on what the players want to do. The players have a vote in this thing. The only thing I could see hanging it up as if there's a ton of players who are saying you know what I don't want to be away from my family I don't want to risk this beyond that I think most of them are champing at the bit. I fully expected to start. Your Life. Fourth. I think we talked about this deep. But but one of the issues is. It's all fine and Dandy to pick. They keep moving the date which we knew it happened right just instead of setting a fucking date. Just say we're not we don't know we don't know we'll get back to you in a few weeks right. We don't know. Health officials are the ones that got away Blah Blah. So they set this date but who knows who so. Let's see. Do you get to a date. Let's let's say the you know the World Health Organization comes out and goes okay as of today you can. You can start up in four weeks from now right okay. Our players all going to want to go you know. I wouldn't be universal. I think they will but I don. There'll be lots. It'll be a good chunk about five percent ten percent but say you know what? I don't WanNa do this. Or what if you have a boss? It seems talked about it. What if you had a boss? Everyone has to come to work and you go no. I'm not going. I don't want to get the virus right now. What happens I see the I see today. Steve the edge. Ahl has cancelled the whole season. Yeah that is correct. Yeah so which sucks if you're a senators fan because you're in a situation where you you didn't have the sends the you're not gonNA play the rest of the regular season so the Senate play their last game of the NHL campaign. But the American Hockey League had the Binghamton senators with all these really hot sends prospects and a really good team and they could have made a long run so for an Ottawa Hockey Fan. Kind of wants to stay in touch with their team. The Ahl might have represented that opportunity through the spring. And maybe even the early summer. But it ain't happening obviously right. So they're the smartest people I think you know. Just gas the holy. Forget it for the year and let's regroup east coast. We did it right away. I think it was by the end by by the time April. I rolled around. They'd they'd cancelled everything so they weren't messing around. I just assumed it would have to be from the NHL 's head office the directive from them whether you cancel these minor leagues but obviously. I'm wrong so independent of there's an affiliation for sure but American Hockey League cities and franchises also have have ownership situations as well right but there's affiliation and there's obviously direction that's GonNa come from the NHL as well. But you know I just not as there's just not enough money but there's not enough money where you say okay. We're GONNA do all this and jump through hoops. Screw up next season. There's just not enough money to make that worthwhile whereas in the NHL and all the major leagues. There is enough money where you say okay. Let's make this. This thing happened to close it out today. Stupid little thing from the NHL was the Colorado Avalanche considering bringing back the Classic Awesome Baby Blue Quebec Jerseys for their twenty fifth anniversary. And I find that I find that really annoying exactly like who? Are they pandering to all the hockey fans? They're all Denver fans they didn't nobody moved from Quebec City to be staying with the nordiques and live in Denver. So all you're doing they're all that serves the new. You're not you're not really getting nobody in Denver's dig on those jerseys. All you end up doing is alienating in pissing off Quebec City hockey fans. 'cause I lived it this past summer when the Washington nationals while it looked good and everything did bring back a little warm fuzzy feeling but the Washington nationals played a game or two this summer last summer that is wearing Montreal Expos Jerseys and all that did was serve to remind me of what was lost is no one happy with present-day Steve Anywhere. Anytime is no it isn't it? Can we just be happy with what's happening today? This all this Retro Jersey Shit all the time you know whether it's to grab cash or whatever. It was so much better back then. Really if it's part of your history though. I don't mind it. Go Back. The connects have gone back and Gondolas Black Orange and gold jerseys. They wore with the skied on the front. Had CANUCKS BROM. They what they did that on their own past. I don't feel like you know I know. That's what the probably the company line is. We're honoring our past now. Is that means nothing to Denver fans and it probably pisses off most Quebec City fans. I'm not sure what they're up to with that. It's it's almost like if you're if you're looking after a team in the marketing department of an NHL team some of it must be okay. Let's come up with the worst design ever for Jersey. The worst one ever right. Okay make it Puke. Make it bad. Make it clashing the whole thing and then watch okay. We'll pump it out for a few games. Okay we'll pump that Josie out for a couple of games or maybe only one and then watch five single be sold off the shelves. Almost think that you know I'm surprised Seattle's. Nhl Team has come out with their look and their nickname because they'd have the stage to themselves right now. People are clamoring for things you know. What are they going to call this? The sockeye did they pick a name. So that was my prediction. I'VE HEARD FOR IT. Sakai's I've heard the totems. I'VE HEARD SEATTLE CRACKING. But they still tracking. Yeah no it's it's on the list. It's a joke site Steve Somewhere. It's not a joke site. Can I take you seriously laying that on me right now at the end of the show so I I don't time to talk about crack in? I think they got. What is it rum? Is there a cracking rum? I think is well boring late in the show. But then that's yeah it's my fault of the host of the show to bring that up at this stage of the game. I mostly wanted to rant about the Games jerseys being used in Denver. I don't quite get exactly what they're up to their and with that we shall call today. Do you know final thoughts. Do you know who doesn't care and is not going to wear that Jersey of Colorado who roy from Siegfried and Roy. He's dead now a couple of days ago. Yeah see he doesn't Care What Jersey St WanNa Eulogy that is. Imagine that Steve. Okay imagine you beat the off. Yeah I spent all my life inside a cage with a killer tiger and never never and I survived seventy. Two's pretty young to go. But as NORM DONALD. One said that's a ripe old age tiger trainer. See this good good night. Everybody we'll see you.

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Monday, March 4: Gov. Jay Inslee, Bari Weiss guest co-hosts

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Monday, March 4: Gov. Jay Inslee, Bari Weiss guest co-hosts

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Subscribe now to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon, and while you're at it rate us in labor review, if you're Monday upgrade because the view is live. Pacman the wildest moments from President Trump's marathon speech to conservative activists, and why it could be exactly what voters want a here. We're going to do it. I think again in twenty twenty and the numbers are going to be even bigger he's made headlines for taking on Trump. But is it enough for Washington state governor and presidential candidate? Jay Inslee to stand out in a democratic field. That's getting more crowded every day. He's alive on the view a brand new year deal, plus guest co host in New York Times op-ed writer, berry Weiss on whether some democratic rising stars are pushing anti-semitism in their party. Hot topics are on the table with were pain. Oh, be huntsmen joy Behar sunny hostile and Meghan McCain now. Let's get things started. As you lied desk won't be still not feeling up to par yet. We're hoping she'll be back soon. And we look forward to her triumphant return to the table. And today, I guess co host is New York Times op Ed writer, Barry Weiss, ladies and gentlemen. My old friend from college berry, Louisville lovey promising any Meghan stories. I last night. I email. I was like, no Columbia's. Okay. So the hot topic that is breaking this morning is a bombshell expose in the New Yorker that claims that for for Fox News killed much. This killed the stormy Daniels story, so wouldn't hurt Trump's campaign so much for the free press the article claims that Fox News entertainment reporter, Diana fell Zony. I think that's a well. She's italian. It's zone. Diana. Brought them the story. But the head of the Fox News dot com at the time, Ken Lacorte, I presume that's not Korte told her quote, good reporting Kitto, but Rupert Murdoch wants Donald Trump to win. So let's just let it go. So does this prove that Fox News is just a mouthpiece for the Trump administration? Or what can we already know that? I mean, the Jane Mayer story is above shall not just because of the stormy Daniels. Revelation the fact that they killed it because they cared about promoting Trump more than they cared about an unbelievable news story. Right. So on that score it proves that it's more propagandistic than it is about news. But then there's this other bombshell. Which is that Gary Cohen intervened with the Justice department in the AT and T Time Warner merger in order to help president in order to help enact President Trump's vendetta against CNN. So I'm sorry. Isn't that abuse of power is down forgetting, the Jared Kushner? Security clearance abuse of power that way moves like Mirjana astray, and it's not just the Russians bothering us. You have that piece too. I mean, it's it's it's just a terrible thing. It does show that there's this incredible notion that it's Fox News has become I guess state run television. I wonder if you can trust the journalism that's coming out of Fox News now. And I think what worries me is that you do have some good journalists there. I mean, Chris Wallace being one of them. And so what does that do to someone like Chris Wallace? So I think tries really hard to get it. Right. And he responded to this news by chance, I it just broke. And then I wonder about this reporter fouls zone who Ronan Farrow won a Pulitzer prize for this reporting. And so that story was hers. I and you have her employer taking that opportunity away from her and taking that story away from the American public right before an election. I mean had everyone known about. Stormy daniels. I mean, would they have voted for this? Yes. Maybe not still voted saying, I don't know that influence I think the outcome of the election of the part of the of sock story from Jane Mayer that alleges and this is not one hundred percents at this point, you probably know more about this than I do that somebody Rupert Murdoch might have given the question about that. What's? Megan Kelly was going to ask Trump remember which annoyed him about sexual abuse that Roger Ailes ads. That's right, by the way. And so he after he said, you know, she's bleeding bleeding from the wherever he's still got all the votes. So they realized he was Teflon at that point. If this is true. So that's that's and again, this is all like allegedly. But I think the biggest part of the pieces the stormy Daniels story and Meghan. I look we both looked at FOX. I can only speak for myself at the table. I worked under the news division. I worked in the bureau with all the reporters when I first got there, and I worked on opinion show now, and you have to separate the two if you're gonna turn on Chani at night, you have to know that you're gonna get probably stuff supporting Trump. That's that's his take. Right. But the news of but the new side of FOX they take very very seriously there. And there are as we always say wonderful people that work there NFL zone. I knew when I worked there. She was a great reporter. And if this story is true. And there are many reasons to believe it is based off the piece that it's a real real problem for FOX. And it's a problem for the journalists that work there that want to break these stories that is why they're there to do their job and. That that is the biggest part of the story that comes out to be true. They've got a real problem because it shows that the two now are conflicted. Right. The propaganda. The state run television part of it. The opinion part has taken over the news functional. The other thing is you're just a regular American watching Fox News, it blends together, it goes from a show like Chris Wallace and Bret Baier, which is actual news into people talking about you know, out and out conspiracy theories like prayer rugs at the border and the Soros occupied State Department. And when that all more lies just to just to counterpunch on. That is Donna Brazile was exposed and WikiLeaks forgiving up a debate question from the Clinton campaign on she knew through CNN, Jeff, I'm just saying like the debate question thing is now happening on both sides. Yeah. I would make the same argument about CNN commentators that there's a lot of times. I don't know the difference between an opinion host and journalist on CNN as well. So I think this is a systemic problem with journalism in general. You're a great journalist. I don't know if you would disagree with me one way or the other I will say hopefully agree on that. I just think it'd be strange anger news organization to kill a scoop like don't disagree with that. But I would also say that I also worked with Diane. And she is a great journalist and. Some of the other elements at play in this you guys probably know this. But I do because I grew up in Phoenix and Scottsdale where like ten minutes apart, but there's a gossip columnist name. Nick Ritchie who ran a website called dirty Scottsdale. It turned into the dirty. He's also involved in this. And what's interesting to me is a lot of times. It's like the National Enquirer and gossip people that start with these stories, and then it filters way up one way or the other. And I think we maybe aren't giving people like the National Enquirer Nick Ritchie enough credence for doing kind of John Edwards. We do we have a legal excuse me. The former Fox News executive Ken Lacorte accused of killing the story has since reportedly said that he'd made the call without talking to superiors and claimed quote, the story simply hadn't passed muster. And that he didn't do it to protect Trump baloney. The other thing I'm supposed to add is that the Gary Cohen story is alleged him intervening in the State Department. But and you read the New Yorkers mayors. Crack report I must take issue about the CNN because we were on a wedding yesterday. Wolf Blitzer was there. Yes. And he told us the funny story, I just have to tell you the story. He's got a two year old grandson. And he said the kid goes happening now breaking news trust. Forgot about that until years old. That was so funny. Now coming up Trump gave a two hour speech at CPAC. We'll hit the highlights next. Stay tuned. This leak yet ready for one superstar wheat on the view. I like it. We're rolling out the red carpet for Katie loop line. No. And yes, Ryan to when American idol comes to the view and things get totally marvelous when captain marvel Oscar winner breed Larsen and a net Benning of us. It's all this week on ABC. Head Washington state governor and presidential candidate. Jay Inslee is given his political view then on new year deal. Donald Trump was really in his element at the conservative political action conference also known as CPAC launching into a two hour marathon speech will he went off script. He thought they thinks he's a stand up comic boxes. Hers do. New green deal or whatever the hell. They call. It darling is the wind blowing today I'd like to watch television, darling. Russia, please if you can get us Hillary Clinton's emails, you put the wrong people in a couple of physicians, and they leave people for a long time that shouldn't be there. And all of a sudden, they're trying to take you out with the attorney general's as I'm going to recuse myself. And I said why the hell did he tell me that before I put him in pleasing hug that fled? So evidently close hugging that flag. You wouldn't have to pay hush money. He seemed to be sweating Awad and very nervous and using a. Word. He didn't even say s I mean, he's just when you think it can't get any lower. He gets lower also Jeff Sessions, by the way was one of the first ever endorsed. And that's always he's making fun of his attorney general. He was he was one of the first guys to wear the make-america-great-again hat. I can't feel sorry for Jeff Sessions. So anyway, go ahead. Nothing. Sorry. Yeah. I mean, I guess what? I would just say is again, it's shocking that one political party in this country has become the party of Trump. I mean, it's a cult of mercenaries. Right. And you can look at CPAC and say, it's just the lunatic fringe, but the fact is if you want a sense, I think of where a lot of the Republican party basis, you should go to CPAC and see the way that they've become sycophants for these people. It's not about conservative guy was not agree with CPAC. No, I'm saying. They would think it's not that in two years a party that had such principles apart has Reagan who they considered the saints of republicanism has is now then the and the party of family values because that's what we were talking about it in the during the hot topics meeting, and I was saying we'll see pack is it a think tank. You know, is it about conservative values because if you look at the folks that speak there, you're talking about vite, the vice President Mike Pence who was supposed to be, you know, this family values type person Lindsay. Graham, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump junior. Glenn beck. Liberty university's Jerry foul foul. Larry cudlow will junior foul junior. Sorry. And so these are people that are supposed to be entrenched in the Republican party. And again is the Republican party any any longer or is this the Trump Lincoln ninety and a new Wall Street Journal ABC NBC news poll found that ninety percent of Republicans approve of of Trump's work. But it's not just that forty six percent. According to a new NBC Washington Post poll, forty six percent of this country cord this poll approves of the job that the president is doing so that conversation of where the mood of the country is and where a lot of the conversations in the media. There's a big disconnect sometimes with how people are feeling and the way people in media are talking about the SABs forty one percent of voters say they'll vote for Trump. Forty eight percent say they'll vote for Democrats. So there's a six percent. Well depends on AM credit is probably well, just saying a democrat. Damage although any democrat you we heard about. What? I gotta go coming up. Jordan woods gives her side to what you says really happened on her night out with Kobe dash dashes X Tristan Thompson. We'll talk about that next. So take that. Reality show train wreck to another. Let's talk about the Kardashians. It appears that the khloe Kardashian. Jordan woods saga is. Continuing woods was accused of sleeping with chloe's boyfriend Tristan Thompson, which he just denied on Jada Pinkett Smith pink and Smith show red table talk. Here's her side of it watch. There is no updates involved. But my legs were we're laying right over his on the way out. He did kiss me. The last thing. I wanted to do was be that person. I'm no home wrecker. Right. I would never try to hurt someone's home way, especially someone that I love. Hello. I'm sorry. If anyone believes that they just kissed their insane. I know well Chloe wasn't buying it. Like you saying that woods is Eliah and blaming her for breaking up the family. She followed up with a tweet wish you said Tristan was equally to blame one of the women so quick to blame. Although the woman because it's easier to blame the other woman. Obviously, we know I'm not even a totally right up on the Kardashians. At the moment. So much is happening. But it's what I know. I know enough to know that Tristan is a serial cheater, Brian. We obviously knows that. But she decided to stand by her man, or whatever, and it's much easier to blame the person that she's not close to them to blame the the father of her child and the world record always refers to a woman. Am I right about that? Yeah. Doyle, always told me that you lose them how you catch them. And she and he was with someone else. And that someone else was pregnant when she went khloe caught him. I'm just saying. Oh, and so I did not know, I'm great. So. Yeah. So you know, and he is a serial designated Kardashian. Is our office was watching this interview. Like, they were watching the Michael Cohen hearings. I don't know what that our us or this country. We've got Trump is president. We've got the Kardashians at our headline every single day that dominate the show and everyone's lives. I don't know. That's only about we have a president Kardashian. Right. That's the whole point is that we are all living in a kind of distorted upside down reality in which fame and celebrity are more important than substance. Now, that's happening. Thanks for staying on track. Right back. When it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Tomorrow American idol, judges Katy Perry, Lionel, Richie and Luke Bryan invade the view with host Ryan Seacrest to get into idle chatter about the new season. Welcome back. You know, a hot topic? That's come up several times at this table Lelio acusations that some of the newly elected democratic candidates are promoting antisemitism, which is a subject that our guest co host Barry wife's has spent her career writing about. So we're glad to have you here. And let me ask you this. Now, you are proud Jewish girl. Yes. You had you but mitzvah at what's the name of the place of life, the tree of life that was hit the terrorist attack recently. And even though you have been writing and talking about anti semitism. Something switched with you after that terrorist attack. Tell us about that. Well, I would save for the past decade or more. I've been watching as all of you have the rising anti-semitism across Europe cemeteries being defaced a holocaust survivor lynched in her apartment in Paris by her neighbors people getting beat up in the street for wearing a yarmulke or for speaking. Hebrew in Berlin. I always thought that America was different that it was different. Not just because of our love of religious liberty and the. Fact that the founders themselves always had embraced the Jewish population of this country. But the fact that we don't have a history of genocide and anti Jewish pogroms. And the fact that we don't have a flood of immigrants from from countries where anti-semitism is the norm. Donald Trump would there's always been some anti semitism in this country where I remember during World War Two the famously the Saint Louis ship turned famously turned back to go to go back to Germany because they would not accept the him them in this country and FDR was our president at the time. Yes, there's always been country club anti-semitism and having to change your name, anti Jewish prejudice. What's different is the fact that I thought America was an exception has changed. I am now worried that what we are seeing in Europe could be coming here. And that's for a few reasons. The main one of which is the fact that conspiracy minded thinking the idea that they're Jews or secret power that control the world something that we see both on the right and the left is right. Ising and in politics where there's no healthy middle ground where there's no center, and we're the lunatic. Fringe is rising on the left and on the right? You kind of have a perfect storm on the right? You have the right? The far-right saying the Jews aren't white in Christian outright, please outright, excuse me. And on the far left. You're hearing them say that the Jews are not victim enough. And so the Jews have no place in American politics at the moment. And that is not a good situation as mostly coming from Muslims on the left. No on the left. It's also coming from people who try and claim that their criticism is just about the state of Israel. When it's really not about criticizing is policies. It's about saying that if all the flawed states in the world all the floods states, including Syria, and Iran and North Korea and Russia and China only one doesn't have the right to exist. And that is the Jewish state. So we've talked about this off line personally and now on the show, but it's easy to spot. Antisemitism, when it it's a bunch of crazy people with Tiki torches, screaming Jews will not replace that. Yes. What's? Trickier is tweets like, Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar's recently deleted about how Israel has quote hypnotized the world to carry out evil that is harder to spot as anti semitic. Which makes it more dangerous. You think how does make it more dangerous because as you said when you see people marching with Tiki torches or you hear the Pittsburgh killer writing on social media L Jews must die. That's very obviously eliminationist the problem with anti-semitism from the far left is that it often often times is smuggled into the mainstream under the guise of progressive values. So it says about itself, I'm just standing up for the downtrodden Palestinians, which they are. I am just standing up for Justice. I'm standing against racism. And so the that kind of language is a siren song, including two Jews seventy five percent of whom vote for Democrats. And so that's the problem with it is that it's not as easy to spot often times because it says we're just about criticizing Israel in the case that they don't want. You Pelosi's shut it down Nancy Pelosi shut it down. Very aggressively with Ilhan, Omar, the problem is is that she still has a spot on the on the right congressional foreign affairs committee, and that's a real question. When I want to ask you a question because you you're mentioning the Palestinian an independent you report into last year's protests along Gaza's border fence involving Israeli security forces that resulted in the deaths of shooting deaths of more than one hundred and eighty Palestinians concluded last Thursday that there are reasonable grounds to believe Israel, violated international humanitarian law now, isn't it possible to oppose those human rights violations without being antisemitic? In other words, criticizing the policies, but not criticizing Israel. The the answer is absolutely. Yes. Just as I am a proud American, and I criticize Donald Trump's policy of separating families at the border, which you know, more about law than me, maybe a violation of international humanitarian law. That's a hundred percent coach it doesn't make you anti again. Not at all. It makes you in fact love America because you want it to stand up for its ideals. I'm liberals ionised, I am very critical of the policies of the current Isreaeli government. I believe that that BB Netanyahu is selling out the legacy of the holocaust when he makes common cause with leaders like Viktor Orban in Hungary. I believe that he is desecrating what the Jewish state is all about when he allows out racist into his political coalition. I'm saying all of that. I'm not an anti Semite that's about criticizing Israel, where it crosses the line is when it becomes about dehumanizing, Israel and Israelis and Jews, and when you say that the largest Jewish community on planet earth, seventy years after the holocaust does not have a right to exist in in the Jewish ancestry homeland. That's when it crosses the line. Okay. Thank you for that. Everybody has to speak out against this type of thing. Disgusting on both sides Barry's book how to fight anti semitism. We'll be out in the fall. So we will be looking forward to. That and we'll be right back. Washington state governor Jay Inslee has stood up to President Trump in person and in court, but doesn't stand a chance running against him for president. He's live on the view nags. We're the first generation to feel the sting of climate change. It were the last that can do something about it. I'm Jay Inslee. And I'm running for president. Because I'm the only candidate you will make to feeding climate change our nation's number one priority. We could do this. Join our movement. This is our moment that was Washington state's governor Jay Inslee announcing he's the latest democrat look into take back the White House from Donald Trump. He's making climate change of focal point of his campaign. But given how ugly the last election was how's he going to handle the political climate his about systemic show? Let's find out. Please. Welcome governor. Jay inslee. They they agree with you. I made a lot of I appreciate that. You're doing this. Because I'm that's my number one issue. And I really am happy that you're doing it. But how will you going to differentiate yourself from the rest of the Democrats who also say they wanna change climate. They want to work on that get joined the White House. We can have a climate change president. That's what I mean. We do this. We'll look this is really simple. I've had a lot of success in our state. We've got the best of Connie in the country. We've got great Pam paid family leave big minimum wage increase. We've had the biggest educational funding increase we've legalized marijuana lot of success. But the reason fundamentally I running is because we need a president who will say this America is going to defeat climate change. It is our destiny, and we will do this convinced today. But to do this. We have to have a leader who will say fundamentally in unequivocally that this is the number one priority in the United States. It has to be because of the nature of this challenge. This is the greatest peril we have. But it is also great as promise, but I went to paradise California a couple of months ago and saw town at twenty five thousand people looked like Europe after World War Two. And when you stand there, and you see the damage that we face in our grandchildren face it demands, the United nation to confront this. And I think look I'm a child of the sixties. I remember when John F Kennedy said we're going to the moon in ten years and bring somebody back, and we went because that's spark that byu will have inspiration United the country to a new mission statement. And I believe this is a new mission statement that is going to grow jobs all over the United States. I'm rubbing July. This is her number one issue. I think everyone is from cares about the air. We rave why would because if we can't breathe what's the point number one a good economy and most Americans Healthcare's. Number one. And right after it. It's kind of a lot of portable. It's still the economy. And so I'm here listening to this. And I'm wondering do you really want to win or you trying to get attention for this one issue because you're it's not just about being Democrats. You gotta be Trump and you saw him at CPAC. Whether you agree with him or not he knows how to get people riled up. He gets headline t- gets attention. A media's always talking about climate change. That's not the number one issue for many many people in this country. So how are you gonna make waves on that? I want a lot of things in life. But what I want most in life is to defeat Donald Trump and making up this. It was very infantry. Climate change is an economic growth engine. It is an ability to grow jobs today. Clean energy jobs in the United States are growing twice as fast as the rest of the US Connie the number one job creation rate today is in solar panel installer. The number two is in wind turbine technology. When Donald Trump said that, you know, we're not gonna have toasters and TV's if we have wind power. That's just simply I don't moronic is the best way I could say it because in my state, we now have a six billion dollar wind turbine industry, and when I turn on the view in the morning. It always comes on it works. Really really well. So he is just such a pessimist a narrow minded thinker. He needs to get with the rest of Americans that understand the country that sent a man of the moon can make you develop a clean energy economy. That's what we can do. I. That's why my mo- suits. Don't you need more than that? If running don't you need more than that as your main platform if you're going to run against the President Trump. Yes, we're going to talk about the economic growth inheriting clean energy. And I co authored a book about this over ten years ago. I helped do the US climate alliance. So I've been at this for about two decades. But I want to talk to people about the fact that this is a health issue. Right. This is the health of our children. Our children's did Washington could not go outside and play last year. We shut down public pools because the forest were all burning at our could kids cannot breathe we had the worst air quality in the world. We're better than that. This is a national security measure issue. Trump will not listen to his generals. I have and I've I've talked to intelligence officials. This is a national security threat because it's gonna drive mass migrations destabilize governments around the world. So this is not just an environmental issue. This is an issue that touches everything we hold dear. And I just tell you. I think this personally. I got three grandkids. I officially designated cutest kids in Washington. And I am dedicated that those kids not live in a degraded world, that's my commitment. And I'm gonna get up every day making sure that you get that. Maybe I am just a unicorn from another planet climate change. Just even hit my top thirty of how I vote for somebody. So I do think I am on this panel to say is is in what's selling me on you eating Trump. And I say that with respect was also not selling me on beating Trump is the new green deal, which all of the twenty twenty contenders have endorsed it would cost ninety three trillion dollars or two every person in this room six hundred thousand dollars per each of your households. Do you think that plan? Thank you, ma'am, is practical or have you endorsed it or do you have another option because when I hear that an average Americans going to have to spend six hundred thousand dollars for a new green deal. You can understand how people like me don't think that's logical world. This is a love like the death penalty. You heard about ObamaCare Republicans talked about death penalty. We didn't have death penalty. And we don't have six hundred thousand dollar cost. This is a thing that I think has been helpful in our discussion in a variety of ways number one. We're talking about climate change that is a value. We we're also. You go to my head just average person in here how how they can help where it doesn't sound. So irrational, I mean, we're talking about fifty one trillion dollars the elimination of planes the elimination of cows a railway, no planes. I guess nobody can go to Hawaii anymore. It doesn't sound that rational to me. It isn't Russia because those are the things. All eight cars. We're not going to eliminate trains. We're going to have what I have in my driveway today, which is a blue GM bolt made in Michigan with American workers. That's what we're going to have. We're going to have. We're gonna have televisions powered by solar and wind energy. We're gonna have potentially ways to fly airplanes bio fuels, we have flown of Boeing seven thirty seven o'clock across the Atlantic Ocean now and biofuels developed in my state, the point is that when we think about her opportunities here, we can't be so narrow minded look, you know, I grew up in the time of rotary phones. And now, we got cell phones, we're going to have the greatest transformation where that you can earn imagine. If we unleash this potential of America. Understand. You're talking the talk and walking the walk a lot of advocates don't okay Zeo Cortez's campaigns, but thirty thousand dollars on fifteen hundred thousand fifty Uber rides. Al Gore's home electricity was twenty one times the national average and twenty seventeen even after green overhaul Leonardo DiCaprio prize flies on private jets, including to an accept and environmental award in two thousand sixteen a lot of environmentalists. Don't walk the walk. They just talk the talk, and then they want the average Americans spend six hundred thousand dollars in their household, and none of the that wasn't really true. But but I'm but the that's what's proposed on the new green deal. That is not what he's proposing the street that is not proposing the nuclear. Would you real crude about you? You've got no problem voters. Then don't let me cut you up to do it to you that we have a restricted there. So I have to say, thank you, very much, you I'll walk in the walk and talking talking on right there with you. Right. Ring into style on view your deal. We partnered with vendors for at least tarp off this season fashion forecast. Nags? Just around the corner. We hope dressing you accordingly today, we partner with vendors for at least half off some of this season's fabulous fashions while supplies last. So let's get shopping. Not many. Yeah, I'm great. I'm gonna help you my own spring with Sarah. These are amazing little tanks, which I'm wearing. 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S2 E81: The NFL Needs More Rules, Anti-Vaping, Ecological Sins AND...What Made Cee-Lo Cry?

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S2 E81: The NFL Needs More Rules, Anti-Vaping, Ecological Sins AND...What Made Cee-Lo Cry?

"This is the tennis Miller. Option your source of opinion stories and laughs from comedian and activist. Dennis Miller is Guy Friday Christian black laugh and superstar producer Lindsay floors and now. It's Davis Miller folks. Welcome to the dentist Miller option and go to my joke pad here Done this one. I want fishing over the weekend caught a catfish or at least that's what he you told me on the other end of the phone named my production company the other into the phone. I remember when they used to tell you to form a production company on various projects that I would try to. I did I thought that was a good notion. I tried to form whatever the first word in my head was. I like that. Because you know people sitting down and thinking cutesy names for the. It's it's back Jack. It's combination of my grandmother's Middle Name. Family Property Pity we shut up. Hey wait a minute my I would just say go. We're GONNA need a name for this and I would blurt up You Third Spinach my production company name as my kids names put together Felix Lou grant and the a lot of parents. Don't love their kids enough to. Oh no I didn't say I love my kids. I'm using them as a tax write off so when I do last night anymore. Penalties in rules football degree G. More flags gosh more replace. I have seen documents. Signed by countries on carrier decks at the end of the world conflagrations that had less stipulation than the NFL rulebook. You'd literally watching refs out there just paralyzed thinking how in God's name that I end up with this this job that I have to it's also consequential and they all look so the ref steps up up and there can be no humanity in his face is to be a complete automaton Illegal formation tight end and was not covered up by allied or the left tackle not covered by title saying it literally is like like Liberal America. That's what's happened football then. They've done the same things to it all those rules and regulations. It's all the sort of stipulation and all that that the liberals loved to put in what I guess control I think some people seek control in their life by Audley enough controlling their life. I think other people seek controlling their life by holding everybody else. In her rigid stasis around orbit and therefore solidifying their sedentary place in the universe in thus making themselves feel more solid. Either you know try to Nova headed up yourself and explode and see. What's the birth of the new universe or something or you just Titan in everybody else's else's orbit so there's no warranty whatsoever and when I watched the NFL. I think suspicious like a liberal America or how did they. How do I have a straw straw halfway through meal at a place? It's not even healthy for me. That goes so soggy. I can't use it for the back end of the drink liberal it. It just amazes me that I don't even understand there's things I don't understand like the light bulb thing they've gotten it through right and you can't inclined old lightbulb anymore. And they're no paper straws and I think in my city at least you can end up seeing jail time or something. Is that true. I I don't know about to refer for what plastic straws are. Yeah and you're not allowed to use real fireplaces anymore can't that's true and this is what I mean about. They've won they took over. I don't know where we were all. Were even know what they're worried about. There's GonNa be another chump and nobody could hold up to this like trump. I mean really think about it I think what trump going for a probably had you know Fred Sanford heart attack over the weekend or something to go into you. You want him to Walter Reed and unscheduled. Stop from what I was there anything. So who knows maybe. He had a BURP. He does like his Mickey. D's Hey does he. I thought was my always my heart racing. I don't know but I'm just saying accused Manners around sixty million people in this country we now who would be master batory if he died from a heart attack. That song fucked up at all is and I look at it and I keep thinking. Where's the Hitler's thing? I don't see it honest to God. The economy looks pretty good to me. He seems to have much more of a sense of humor about himself in some politicians. I've seen and then and I just think man. They want they took over. I mean I don't even stash. If he tried he's he's not going to be Who would replace them? Mitt Romney listen. I like minimum Time I spent with them but I can see now what I oh. I didn't see about him. which is he loves to be needed and McCain same thing when you were with me they want that accolade Peggy Noonan they want they want to be in that party already? Still and I don't mean listen. The least of it is the the political party. I'm talking about the party scene. Nobody wants to be a pariah. All Peggy Noonan. I don't know what to say. Listen he's rude and crude but he's doing really well for the country she'd be off that list tomorrow and who wants to be you know. Oh can you imagine you'd be like Stella Dallas Standing Outside her daughter's wedding window in you know with her face pressed up against the glass was at that movie called Stella Dallas with Barbara Stanwyck. She wants to do right by her daughter. And there's a pretty heartbreaking scene. I thought that was brilliant. Interstitial piece done on on TCI by Jennifer. Jason Leigh whose vic morrow skipped by the way I just new shoebox female brilliant Stanwick is in that scene and I think people don't want to end up I I guess they don't want to end up outside Sally Quinn's place and George Don with their face pressed up against the window Watching jerk offs like Adam Schiff left to kiss Pelosi's ass under the mistletoe. Could you understand crap folks. The Nineteen Ninety Movie Stella was actually a remake of Stella L.. Dollars from the some go back. Don't cut midler played stella down a yeah John Goodman's in it didn't I didn't see it. Yeah me either. But then again I haven't seen Denzel Manchurian candidate the. Oh the Gus van Zandt Psycho. Although I did talk to them right exactly but Tony I can rewatch again. You know what they should do Here's a if I was and I wanted to do this streaming thing. I would take one film and remake it once a year with different people. Hello there not waiting long enough. which is sequel should be what fifty years Redo and they're not waiting Too Long they should wait nil. I would go into production and pitch that the ad angle because I think people would like that today to say we're redoing this film. Tom Premiere this in Westwood Tonight. At eight o'clock and at eight. Oh One were doing shooting the remake and we'll get it to you as soon as we can and then just just keep remaking it. Oh by the way I hear Michael apted has a new maybe sixty three up seventy up on me. I can't believe that it's been seven years. We're we're ready for the next one. Uh you know I almost feel like at the start at seven up again just to and I don't mean the sequel to French connection now the the seven helps put her either and I don't mean fifty two pickup. What the Great Roy Scheider? Also but I mean the up series stories. Were micro APP. Ted Revisits a group of British kids every seven years and believe it or not. They started when they're seventy. It was sort of a BBC project. Then they picked them up obviously fourteen twenty twenty from acting like I'm Jon. Gruden raiders camp but The I think they might. It's seventy up now. That these seven year olds I think a couple of dead remember one went crazy. I'd be intrigued to see where he's at. Yeah couple oh come in and out like you know you. Don't see them for you. Know three or four entries but then they pop. I don't want to be involved in it. And then they come back in her where you've been. I had a yogurt place on the olive white. You always think there's a cosmic reason. They don't want to participate in but they were the working the night shift at Pink barriers something. They couldn't get out but Yes sixty three up. Is the newest almost one sixty three. Yeah all right fifty six years since they started this and I almost feel like I have to go back and watch from the beginning again. Yeah because I I haven't seen one in ages and I might have even missed fifty six up so I'm going to start at seven with my son who hasn't seen it than watch them because syrup. That's pretty fascinating. And it's weird to watch the echoes of the behavior you saw when they were seven one there so last one I've seen for shores forty nine. You can still see the the Ping's off the main radar blip you know from when they're seven the hard drive blip you'll still see little resonant things things of it when they're forty nine so I'll see I'll keep you posted if I go back the seven or maybe just do forty nine fifty six and sixty three but Michael apted opted. I hope he's still alive. Or maybe he had the pass it on a P.. T. E. D.. Now he's still series. He's definitely involved in this one and fifty-six up we had One of the one of the kids who now of courses in his sixties On the radio show guy drives a taxi now and he was very funny gas but I can't find his name because I'm not organized. These kids are now sick. Ancient yes sixty three seven zero. Exactly that said the go turns sixty six last year. Stole my listen. I'm fucking Wilford Brim. Late doing a cannonball into an indoor pool at this point and and if you hear typing. It's Lindsey typing in. Who is Wilford British? He was in a movie called Cocoon which is an old classic for you now. That one of your films this Friday as part of Dennis Miller. Data's on this week well you. Would you like me to tell you what the movies are this week. And I can tell you it's soiling green asking and then I assume Jason and the argonauts and hard day's night or both you uh-huh carvey and he does conversation between all four Beatles and different voices. That's pretty amazing. I love that and then the last week will be Jay Leno and I've had a great time. I have not been able to bring myself to watch them because I'm too nervous. That makes two of us. Yeah Look Doc. That's not that hurt. No but you mentioned carvey and I. I'm just trying to be candid. A lot of the Shit's Water Tara. I now listen the day. You hurt me you little fucking toadstools with a personality get the fuck but would you likely do watching an auto show. Yeah they do without the chicks sue. Show the cars. They not allowed to do that anymore than like me to with can only show the green cars that was always such a big party. Car shows was the chicks Vanna White Gowns motioning towards them like Carol Merrill with the amount of fridge on. Let's make a deal I guess. Now well what they have to have CEELO outside already low green to Boura Goto CEELO when he was first on the voice because there was a commercial that we saw what what meals cry. Hi Plus I loved the idea of applying CODA to really the really big things in history. Where Joe Walsh or Joe Walsh in front of the committee? Many having no shame plus C low crime. You're right. It was Joe Walsh. He's saying Rocky Mountain Way. Really consequential things Babic Kennedy and bobby. Ray Forget the God plus employees. What made Ceelo like like things weren't bad enough for it but the ad that really applying the Remmy Soda Back Back Back? This was a day that will live in infamy pluck what made CEELO cry. 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So Pope Francis is right there on the forefront of this well he had a refocus on the false pride statutes before before he starts the dowling up more sense that creep any starting to bug me and somebody ought to get him into the Concussion Protocol 'cause I get them in the tent. Make them play tic TAC toe with by to see if it gets back in the game because I think what happened. There is somebody took his minor and pulled the top part the fence post hole digger part part squeezed his brain down a little because nobody stick to the hell is hot. Pink Pal all right. That's what we need more sense. Does he not here. How creepy that is and like? I said when you burn me on the steak Geico I asked you. Remember the massive amounts of Sia to that. It's going to be put into the put into the atmosphere by by putting me on the Vikings float but Yeah the pope's officially moved into pain in the ASS territory Don't come up with a you know the doll show not Neighbors barometric pressure. Lighten up path. Not Everybody believes in it. Okay How's about you getting the eighteen to quit fucking kids when they're backstage before the show at the the mass and then we'll figure out the temp all right. Mr Pope reestablish I I mean really I've gone a long way with them by and large predisposed like Pope's and humble geyser hazard lot bigger pains in the ass but literally talking about maybe coming up with a new sin and ecological said that's the one on is beyond the Pale. The old pope is still hanging around the guy who resigned because he was too old he lives in Vatican. He's got a house there. The German guy. Yeah now Christ. He's like sellers strangelove throwing up the single so yeah on the new pope officially no pain in the ASS. Let's go to voicemail number twelve becky from Canyon Lake becky driscoll it just Becky Lake. I should have known something was wrong. When I saw the Kabbalah fruit stand on the way in from the train station it was always the nicest shoots stew? Sorry I'm doing body snatchers. I just wanted to tell you that your series of interviews starting with the one with Ann Coulter author through your most recent Interview with Joe Elliott have been just absolutely wonderful. Make my forty one to forty five minute. Visits with the three of you twice a week. much-anticipated much-anticipated remember your looks back where he looks around regret and guilt look down. Faith looks up in hope. Looks for with faith and and hope we all move forward so thank you so much for being part of my hope Sweet sounds like a Christian sentiment. You mean like something I would say wait. I think the IT began to fall apart a little one You know when you get to specific with the sentimental if you look at a forty five degree angle. Right that is pragmatism forty four degree angle not quite To the left is On we began to break down a little towards the the thing sweet up till this. Oh I don't get how Lindsey cut off the end when she's like Oh yeah an Epstein didn't kill himself really actually tied it all together nicely but all right there you go. Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself. And I love whenever whenever we get anonymous voicemail. So I'd like to play another one of those voicemail number one from Martin literally put that up well that's what Lindsay routes didn't even call him. Sam Love The show love. The podcast loved the S. and L. Alumni. And and everybody else. You've introduced me to as I listened to the podcast traveling coast to coast and my truck. You get me through some crazy days. I'm actually sitting in vitro traffic right now. So you get me through it. The cross country route takes you through Detroit. Where do you pick up your load? That's not about that caller. I'm asking you separate issue. Where do you pick up your load party near the butlers? The for me. It was always the port authority bus terminal doing so anyway. There's there's a great painting you have to look it up sometime It's a painting of a man who's delivering St For something to his mistresses. This is room you can tell. And he's got his head pressed up against the door jabs cradle painting and it's entitled the Butler's in love and he he's got this unrequited I don't know you know you're saying how can you interpret that whole thing and there's something so evocative about the painting the dribble to look at it and see that it's entitled the Butlers and Law and realize that he's brought up something late at night or early in the morning and here's the mistress of the House and her lover husband whatever on the other side of the door and he's Crestfallen. Is it on Youtube or not youtube. Whatever I yeah I've it's funny because I'm seeing a lot of variations of it? I guess there've been a lot of tributes to it. I think because why it didn't pop up right away eight. Now listen. If you're out there listening you find yourself At the Canyon Club tying camera in Butler's in love tribute butte band. Once you find fucking bridge and jump off because really you know people say well. How do you know your bottoms Zor bottom? I don't but there's universal bottom if you end up in a the Butler's in love tribute band fucked up and when your universe don't listen. Where do you pick up your Christ? I know our demo dictates that I've got people right right on the very cusp line of ending. Yeah when the last week they did a focus group did you see the trapeze partners put lubricant on their hands before they went out in the big top. You got people right on. The edge uses the the F. A. Poll knife-thrower Guy Accidentally made love to his mom. To Cotton Candy is now on the Midwest on continued on the night. Throwing is this. This is a vibrant driving. Rosta bone roaster alone. ooh Well thank you. I forget what the call was about. But thank Oh stuck into trey. Wha what What depote pickup your Christian? When you're high Bolland Greg Advocate and of course Chris Christopherson Band we Got Ours House Elsa Jerry? When you're Jerry reading down the road where do you east coast? Didn't you tell me that. There's some SORTA to near Peterborough. But do you like to pick up fresh brewed. Obviously where I pick up my load. Of course I saw Peterborough. Then your high ballin down the road and what route do you take to get out to dropping it off in Kelly as they say a tone looks looks deep bomb pomegranate. Bom Bom Bom from Borough Bom Bom Bom uh-huh sit ball get these citrus out overnight papa. Att re-shoot Muny on in a bounty. There's a scurvy a break through ball. Persimmon won't bump Tony Looks Fruit Depot. Bom Bom Bom and I remember you the Marzuki shocks put in the front of your in worse. So you can make a jump up and down like Tony Lok. You're such a fan of LOCO. Go to you so you pick up your load in Pajamas you pick up your load and teeter cer- Gimme a route all the way through a bit of security you know. Chris was bonus last year some sort of digital tire again. It wasn't a digital one. I think he was Extremely analog because you know that I'm off grid so I used to use to send everybody to Mr Chows House and Everybody would eat normally except Salman would go. What are you having tonight sir? I'd like to pay for Mr Charles Daughters that they would they would wheel the champagne trolley over and he would just say yep leave it chase. It was the perignon brother heading. Do you remember Accents requesting that We have all Salman come by for for a visit sometime soon. This before you're trending see might not remember maybe needed to clear your mind after Gaddis that cast back into my throat coming in. Yeah we'll have him Before the end of the year maybe I'll put them in a Santa Hat. Well let's try to get hotter bookie you too when somebody I drove a cab. Nineteen fifty but yeah we'll have Salman and that'll light up the phones so ooh Come on foot. Dodging the question. How do you get from Peterborough to Detroit? And where to go from there with your well. Well obviously I like to go to all of my favorite haunts across the country. I know dewitt Clinton Fetish and you like to always trace back your e canal trade to these sure I mean I like it. I tell you something. Speaking of Salman. I've got a horse. The name is sal fifteen years on the ear canal. This holiday today season is upon us. It's that time of the year again. Family friends everything. So conveniently documented in video and photography capturing every last smile now and Let's say under I bag. What was that last? Part under eye bags wrinkles and crow's feet yes. Those Telltale L. tells signs of aging who wants those in the holiday cards now imagine they're gone. 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This offer is also available by calling one eight hundred six eight five twelve ninety two mentioning Code Miller Plex derm is backed By a thirty day money back guarantee visit tri plex a derm dot com today and use Code Miller at checkout that. Let's try plexus them dot com so obviously you could just hop on interstate eighty right by Peterborough and then end up in San Francisco in Cisco but for the purposes of this podcast. Not Christian did you look that out burs that exists because I just because I grew up out there I mean I remember that you take you. Take route eighty one direction into the George Washington Bridge. You Go San Francisco and I do what do you do. I take a bus barked. Lakewood keep on riding till out out of the city where the areas five with the sweet smell of pine and the countryside's pretty and then there's daffodils offer deals out of the hill or honey love and Mama Rabbit. Just take a look at the scene. You'll find the countryside. Aubrey and in a minute you're their own. Who ooh Tony? locos produce down in Inglewood is the place to should be Disney streaming Christ. Can you believe all the things on here on there. Not For me but for kids. Isn't this genius. What's I been sitting on this the Disney plus? You'll get Kudos outs like Barack Obama. You know being against gay marriage right up until the second news fourth-inning Gandhi of gay marriage. And but I would. I'm looking at You can get marvel. y'All the Disney stuff all the pixar stuff all the stuff. The Twentieth Century Vault Sony Me Century Fox fault and National Geographic. Yeah and you left out star wars which obviously is important star wars. Okay Marvel. Yeah so what are the what else exists free kick. Listen you know how you always fantasize If you were in a certain store you'd say could I eat in the store for the rest of my life. You are done that Game Shapur layoffs can say I hope for the rest of my life and still lead a long life and I think he could write unless it ran out. How do you got poisoned by it? But I'm pretty sure. Polar could could not a kid of this era go into that Disney streaming thing and fully exists forever. I mean I put it on every morning. What more do they? What would be lacking there that they might need Well what what ages young and hit Youtube Channel Right. What age is it appropriate to listen? You Little Prick. The don't get confused. I really care what your answers are. So I get on route. Eighty right your vehicle. I read for no good. Why put it on every morning for my kid word? That here had a joke joke that I had was. What age is it appropriate to show your child there? I snuff film. Oh try to listen. You didn't have to go there you you didn't have to go the Pixar porn channel but Because that's not on Disney losses. My point I guess there's our question we'll put that the list of folks eight six six five Christians their ratings on these I think when they're thirteen or fourteen it's fine to watch involuntary manslaughter. Slaughter yeah okay fill but the first degree snuff. Yeah well. He did have a faces of death. Birthday party this year. Oh Jeez oh that was the do you think. Do you think that was actually. It's no no no I think. A couple of those were accidents that they happened to be running a camera during but I honestly can say I've never seen those. The wealth faces a death not film short but faces death. I'm not really sure what was in the little. Did they know that they had the perfect host on America's funniest home videos with Sega. Yeah really ran a snuff film. Show half hour. Swim clings bonus areas. It's called I meant it about durant's applets watch now. Would you still run the laugh. Track with sagged doing America's funniest films. That's a laugh track. Yeah I mean there's never told people the first thing that's I mean we don't have to go to hell together. Keep she told you you're right. I I might have told it to you but I've never not not only errol no. No no no is really the demo. One of the five most disturbing things book ended a few years ago with another thing. I can't tell you but all I know is this the most whimsical burl. Ives talk so talk song thing that you'll ever see of sagged as the aristocrats. Let's that's him unplugged in a PG watching Scotty grow bobby Goldsboro it. Soft rock mode on the aristocrats the kratz because in real life Sega. The stuff he says and he's told me things that were so rough that I actually began to feel uh-huh and evolutionary tingle in my station tube that I was going to grow flap over my year to shut outs on the same way or eyelid takes vision. Listen I've often wondered about that. Why can you shut your eyes? But you're forced to hear things why can't I can see not shutting knows that shuts off the bellows which keeps you alive but don't you think that That would be something in the in the world we live in with so much hate rancor in social media and all that and You know people ripping into each other. Don't you think would eventually man will develop some sort of Skin flap little over his ear. And would that flap. Come inside ways You know like a an automatic gate at a private jet B O or would it come in like a level or blind or or would come down from the top classical You Know Hurricane Sarah Flat. which way is it coming from my skin? Floppy ear buds in lost you when I brought a private jet travel. Because you're one of those guys that can I share a seat on southwest southwest for like a bus kids not get the kid. Their own seat started. This APP. Called other lap takes his kids on planes. I think that brings his own little brings his own little tot holster. That strangers can strap up the kids in and get on the plane. I how do they get on talk on yourself out of the folks get thorough Christian. Talk your skin. What was the other lap? Yeah other lab. There's is also a nighttime version of that. You have to sign a disclaimer. We have to go. There are copyright Chris Other Louder Lab. The other will happen with other lap. You'll be able to board. I think this is a good time for some more praise and for those. If you send right now the first one hundred callers will get military spouse. You'll be able to go on. Is the same specs spouse of a soldier early also loading Roy that's other lap military spouse Adam Dallas is someone who is a big Fan. I WanNa tell you how much I appreciate your podcast as my dad used to let me stay up late at night. Watch your show volume low. And I've promised not to laugh too loud when you drop the occasional f-bomb Read all the books growing up and this podcast. It's great to share back and forth with my dad so we can build engage on that and compare that to laugh at it. Thanks very much and I can't wait to see the next show show. Well that's very sweet view and might I add what made Ceelo cry well. Well President trump has backed off on the flavored vape ban. That's you know. There's a lot of headlines with him in it but this is the one that caught my eyes so The the flavored with the known vaping that some lobbyists drop a dime on vaping or is it more dangerous than cigarettes is. Is there really without. Would that not be a Saturday night. Live public service parody. Add to very matter of fact about how to get your kids back on real cigarettes Well I I do dangerous the vaping it yeah. I think that a lot of the accidents that are caused as as you've heard since those those headlines headlines I circulated is that there's a lot of like bootleg vapes out there that you Kinda can make them work in a way they're not supposed to and then I guess those they're the ones that explode you're using them in a way. You're not supposed to. Why knows Clint Eastwood? I'd be all over a Co.. Oh a sponsorship with jewel vaping company for their Richard. Joel film where The end of the Promo that cross sat j. w. e. l. l. and then put up J. U. U. L. product placement. What did a movie like that? Richard Jewell were everybody. The movie was smoking. vape sticks you probably. Am I little late to the party calling them. They've I think it's better than common. You know. Just the whole movie made no reference to it but just as far as product placement. Goes everybody in the movie. Throughout is a on a second second Christian like go into your little black book. Give me the practice element people people vicks. You know I have them on. They're gonNA come in and say no no. You can't do that. But what if it was fix Iran on your Chanson. Listen you remember Christian when we last time travel. uh-huh oddly enough. I'm we went back to Kensington. London and play was rife in the streets avenues. cobblestone called us but not before we yeah you and I want around like a touchy feely. Holmes and Watson and rubbed vicks vapor rub which hadn't been invented yet no into the chesapeake awesome many of the local Londoners and They were healed or that. In addition to the IV drip of Laudanum that you insisted listed putting into them. You know a lot of painkillers back. Then it was And I guess opium dens in London or called laudanum. Dent is a sort of place where if homes is of homes. As landlady at found his Stash Char- Watson was buzzkill arm. Again about the seventy percents solution. He'd have to go on to a lot them. Dan and hook up to a Lodhi drip next. Next Wilkie White Wilkie Collins who is a wilkie was flush that because the woman in White was in syndication indication that was the biggest thing in the world. Think about that. It was like bonfire the mandates and rolling stone or What else has been rolled out in stages this became so big beanie babies thank you that that The woman in White was the beanie babies of its day and this is way after the Tulip Hula bubble devil take the hindmost behind most. What made see low cry? You're talking about Richard Jewel before and I was wondering. Do you remember number. The WHO was the kid who plays Richard Joel. I actually don't know who he is. He looks like a All I can say here's a conversation that's happened. I guarantee somewhere in the last two year period and I don't know who reps Jim Gaffe again but I can hear him since Jim Compla- younger timken unplanned. Just saying I G- African wanted that Richard Jewell thing and I think I'm just saying that's a choice. Part right yeah absolutely. Uh Uh can you. Can't you see boogie nights Weird tanktop Philip Seymour. Hoffman just inhabiting that ritual part definitely but They've got a new kid and I don't know his name. Is Paul Walter Houser. I have not heard of this fellow before I listen. If you'RE GONNA play a mall cop in film who gets accused of blowing up town square. You want to add the surname. Because the you know they're going to eat into your credit right away and and all of a sudden you're marked like Yahoo serious. You can't get parts anymore except Malibu midsummer night dreamer so and So he had to come in with the artistic name. The least Strasbourg names. What's his name? Paul Michael Guzzler. Let's see how Paul Walter Houser I do believe he played Jeff gloomily in I I Tanya. So he's just a guy named Sean he's got the wrong fat guy. Sorry but I was brought up because I don't know if the kid must have chops because usually I know sag steps in early and says do you sure issue where you WanNa follow on wings. Hauser's footsteps stops because he wasn't a guy named Wings Houser Hughley Hauser. There was some kind of movie about Paparazzi where he went that Shit. Like some Mel Gibson did during a dream and his name was wings. Things Hauser's look at actor called H. A. U. S. E. R. here's what Howard Cokes Kid. decided he was not Hawk Coke Coke and you're looking in you know all of a sudden you know the Oscars are produced by Hawk Coke and using bird flying so fast but but his Compliment seems to be tough guys. Don't dance he was nominated for an independent spirit award in nineteen eighty seven for that fills the kid in the Clinton movie. I'm trying to see who he is trying to. I'm trying to succeed who I was referring to let me look it up here Wing Wings the house or will. He wasn't beasts meister. Kiss you there is a guy name wings passer. That's what I'm looking at. Was He not in a now now see if he was in a movie about Paparazzi movies and TV shows. I thought doesn't movie where he got pissed off at the Paparazzi and started killing them like a death. Squad was vice squad rubber. Maybe I'm wrong. I can't I can't believe I remembered. There's somebody called Wings Hauser He's got a pretty. I believe you're thinking of Cole Hauser. The Mel Gibson `Paparazzi from two thousand four. Yeah all right. So Call Hauser who is wing. Hauser's oddly early enough Siamese twins and they separate writers. It's really weird and They have to get a double wide and they've actually tried. There are times times when the brothers have been so acrimonious that they've tried to separate and what they'll do is they'll go to their honey wagon is were on the set and one will lay in the expanding spending bedroom saying that comes out when you hook it up to the generator and one will hold onto a little mini sink. The last thing I wanted to tell you because our friend Norm Donald had to share the weekend update desk with the actual Richard sure jewel at one point because he had made too many jokes about him in part of a settlement that NBC made they had to let real Richard Jewel come on Orca nor please do politic. Oh Bob what do they lacked. Thanks for listening to the Dennis Miller option exclusively on Westwood one dune into new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday on the Westwood one APP Westwood One dot Com and on apple podcasts and remember to rate review and share until next time. That's the show and we are out of here from the Westwood. One podcast network.

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"Hi, it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening. Welcome to episode. Seventy three of Ellen on the go on today's episode snoop Dogg, talks about his love of Martha Stewart and his love of Twitter. I guess so the show. Ellen attempts to explain the end of game of thrones and Milo Ventimiglia helps us play million dollar Milo. Wow, I'm Ed glavin Andy last ner. Mary Connolly, Kevin alien the second, and it's time to pay off our big cliffhanger, last show. Listen. We asked Kevin Leman, what he did last Sunday from noon to five right? Most people are doing Sunday stuff, right? I did Sunday stuff, whatever Sunday church, but certainly was a beautiful day. So you are outside -absolutely. Kevin, what did you do from noon to five explain what happened for you? Well, there's a little place. I like right next to the church, I go to called San Manuel Indian casino. Yes. Amari out there for church on Sunday. Right. I decided to swing by to play one of my favorite slots called dragon link. Okay. So you in a bunch of your friends decided to go what like many of my habits have to do this alone. Okay. You go alone. I go alone because otherwise people like I understand that I gamble like not normal people otherwise like to move on to a different recycling was paying out. Let's go over here, then you to have a method I like to sit there until I really feel like we're done, and you don't wanna feel like someone's waiting for you to go. So it's like other things other things that Kevin likes to massage alone. He likes to massage. So here's my question. So on, on a day like that you go to the and you take out two hundred dollars three hundred. No, I take a bit more than that. But you, you you're not going to the lot of expenses in my life. Right. I don't care about brands or clothes. Really? That's evident. I know quick question where in your houses to save? I'm not telling. Okay, so you go took a good chunk of change. Okay. Gambled a little so lucky to not have kids go ahead within the first ten minutes. I had probably one two thousand dollars when you hear this kid, what happens then is you get in the car, and drive home. See see that's where your brain is smarter because a lot of times than I would have won when the times I end up leaving down. But my brain says will now this is their money. I'm playing with. Yes. So I can use this two thousand dollars to keep going instantly. Go. This is I've captured this money. This is lightning in a bottle. Never feels like my money and time in my car. Okay. So now you've put your money away and see. That's a very important distinction. Yeah. So now you're playing with two thousand dollars of the casinos money. How many how much per pull of the slot machine fifty dollars a spin. Which is three credits. Isn't it? One hundred the total all in fifty dollars fifty dollars. Okay. Got it. So bad day, does that do anything to your heart? Like when you do that, you're, you're you become immune to what that feels like. No, my heart slows down. If I have less than that. It's boring. Got it and remember he's now playing with casino, money, two thousand bucks. Fifty bucks a spin. How many spins is that not that may sporty? So very quickly after that. I say the name of the game, you're playing dragon link dragging, like okay. Get the bonus at in this bonus. You have to have six of these medallions on your screen to trigger. All the medallions have a dollar amount on them, and we are paying dollar machines. Like I am the lowest didn't get as fifty dollars. So let me be clear, this, you're, this is what the casinos money casinos money, and I get the bonus. I get the six coins. All of them are fifties, and you get three spins to get as many more coins you can. Okay. So I'm spending my one all good. I got two more fifties on the second spin, I think it was a twelve thousand dollar coin drops into my screen, and I was like, and you already know, like you get all the money that adds up to say, you know, you're now. Thirteen thirteen thousand dollars thousand dollars thirteen thousand dollars on your second spin okay of the bonus. Okay. So they come bells go off once the thing is done, and they pay me out thirteen thousand dollars cash, and they walk you to your car. Oh, no, no, no. I stay shuttle. Game sweat shirt that says get lucky tonight on the backs like oh, you are lucky. You're lucky during the day to oh, God. So now you have thirteen thousand in cash, and my original investment, money, and the casinos might from the first few got it, do you text anybody at this point, I was texting my fiance, Kris. Okay. And saying, saying baby, we just paid for one of the casinos for our wedding 'cause we're getting this place of Mexico bunch of casinos, and we'd like family. Got it. So then I'm all right. Come home. He likes so then I play, I'm going to make this faster. I play. Oh, I love it. And it was so weird. The exact same thing happened on a different machine. Still dragging link different machine. I got the same bonus. The coins were almost in the exact same place at another twelve thousand five hundred coin drops into my screen on little was like, what is happening. So you've at the moment you've already won thirteen thousand dollars. Not including two grand that you wanted to start your playing with that money. How many spins after you won the thirteen thousand dollars? Honestly, maybe eight to ten okay on a new machine when you get paid out late now machine I moved machines after I always spent a couple of times after jackpot in a move after jackpot is a good idea. If if it's small jackpots. Yeah. Again, fifteen hundred the two thousand and five thousand all before I hit the thirteen this is that he doesn't even talk about because it's small doesn't. He skips thousand dollar pay as if it's not with a hold on. Right. So you've now on thirteen thousand so you're like at fifteen thousand plus you now win another how much fourteen that was right around fourteen. Right. So fourteen do the math for me. Mary fourteen. Well, thirteen and fourteen twenty twenty seven twenty seven to nine thousand two thousand nine thousand so then you're not done last detail about this game. It's this is this paid in hundreds. Yeah. How do you fit that in your pocket? How thick why talk my sweatshirt on with the pouch? So my pouch was full of cash, and I could tell sticking out and I was getting a little nervous. Oh my God. I know. So put any of the money down your pants should because Lord knows you have a lot of twenty twenty nine twenty nine thousand dollars in your pockets. What do you do? So I play another drag. Link now people around you. Yes. Well, luckily, it takes a long time to get the cash from the time you hit the jackpot for the time to bring the cash. So a lot of people gather around when they hear the bells and whistles, then they come reset the machine. So then it'll dispersal a bit. But then you get a new crowd when they start paying you out. And they see how much it is. Okay. But in feel safe. No, but there's a lot of cameras. So at least they'll know who killed me. So far. There's like I think for a there's ten total dragon links the salmon. Well, so I go play one more. They're popular. So one opened up, and I went and played that one. I'm playing next to the sweetest little eighty. And I was like I've never seen someone fill their whole screen with coins because if you do that, you get what's called the grand jackpot, which is a progressive that keeps adding throughout the day at this point in the day, it was up to fourteen thousand nine hundred and I told the sweet little lady, I'm like I've had so much luck. I'm giving you all my luck. I've never seen someone all the coins, I wanna see you get them and she's like, okay, I'll show you in the new show me a deal. So we're playing playing playing all of a sudden I get the bonus again. Believable, I guess six coins yet the same six that triggered the bonus. I do my three spins that was nothing. I mean, that means what that means five hundred fifty bucks. That's hundred fifty dollars or something just nuts. Yeah. So I keep playing sure enough hit the bonus. Again. I get the six coins. But then it started dropping in seven not ten long story short, all fifteen fill up with coins, which hits the grand jackpot, along with all the money that was added up so that came out to seventeen thousand some. Oh my God. You mind. If we pay with a check this time, I'm like, no, please. Give me a check. You are literally taking all their cash, they had it. And Tracy, I cleared fifty thousand dollars that morning. And I almost died hidden camera. Now, your dad, who we all love likes to gamble. He call him and tell him what happened. No, I have not told him that yet. Well, listen to the podcast, right? Yeah. He'll here the. You know what as a smart person, I can tell you. That listening makes a smarter more connected people. It makes us better partners. Parents leaders and there's no better place to start listening than audible. Audible is where so many inspiring voices and compelling stories. 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And here's a great offer that Kevin wants to tell you about. You can start listing with a thirty day. Audible trial of your first audiobook plus to audible originals for free. You can visit audible dot com slash Ellen or text Ellen to five hundred five hundred that's audible dot com slash E. L. L E, N or text. E. L. L. E N to five hundred five hundred. Is your thinking how I'm gonna spend it or there's people that appreciate slot machines? I'm excited tell and those people otherwise it just sounds kind of crazy. It's so Kevin Leman. Is he? Kevin leman. Day from noon to five. Yup. One fifty thousand dollars in cash that he then takes home with him salmon will today, actually when I asked me about this to invite you the said we have two great tickets to LA soccer game if you'd like to go on congratulations on your last jackpot. They go there. You have to go sign for the tickets at 'em. And well. Yeah, exactly. That's now is there a hotel there? Can you say this brand new one he's a beautiful? We should ask for an ad. Yeah, it was like we're doing an infomercial. We have anything to talk about on our show. Isn't that I want? Yeah. It's, it's. Let's Andy, what's the most, you think you've ever wanted most I've ever won will not on a slot machine? The most I've ever won was playing blackjack the most I've ever left a casino up was like seven or eight thousand dollars. Really having started with only like five hundred I had a run with blackjack in Vegas. I don't know how many years ago that was there for one of the kings games when they used to do. Yeah. Games in Vegas for preseason and I and I hit that's amazing. Yeah. I like going to. I like gambling. I never it never is. Yeah. You've usually. In a few hundred. Yeah, I take some money and I play with that money throughout the evening. And I go up, I go down, and like, in nights of entertainment, what an eighty. Eighty maybe twelve hundred fifteen hundred. Gives me when I was in college, I would literally take a bus to at NYU I would take a bus to Atlantic City, and I would go through all my money to the point where I had no more money left to my name, except for the bus ticket back and then walked from port. It's already down. I keep thinking now when I have a little bit of money, I having Zayed's when I'm playing like, you know, a twenty five dollar hand. It's weird playing back then blackjack. Wow, occasionally, I would do. I never did slot ever until I met you. I didn't really do slots, Julie likes playing slots. And I do play slots. And when I play slots, I really think this next spin could change my life. A really fun special weekend for my mom used to be my dad would take her to Atlantic City for two nights, and she would get like a couple in Nichols. And she play the nickels lots. Oh my gosh. Oh, I used to love when they would choose four foot eleven white hair with a Winston sticking out of her mouth the whole weekend. That's okay. Remember the Cup stack. And it made her very happy. Never knew one or not. I almost don't know if she, you know, she always wanted to win, because we were always broke, but, but she loved it made her very happy. That's all she plays very relaxing. Like when I had, though, it's me at work, I need to just go go gamble. That's relaxing to you. Oh, yeah. So relaxing. So I think. Relaxed by you know, juggling swertz. It's not relaxing immoral of the story is don't have kids, and then you can gamble money. I actually think it's I actually think it does, relax me. I don't when I go to Vegas, it makes me happy to gamble, even if I if I bring two thousand dollars and lose two thousand dollars. I'm okay with it. Like, I'm I don't expect to win with loose. I just think that you've always been very good about the thing is, I'm okay with losing. And I generally lose Kevin is okay with losing any generally actually wins. I do think there's something to, like, there are people who are lucky. Yeah. And Kevin is one of those people winning what here's willing to gamble a lot, which, and here's the thing, Kevin doesn't always win. No, it's, it's important that doesn't always win. But the thing that is impressive of about about Kevin is that when he loses it doesn't seem to ruin his week, right? He, he sloughs he seems to win more than anyone I've ever known who gambles we. But do. To trip. We do we do need and just. About gambling, anybody, questioning this. We all went to Vegas with Kevin once. Yes. To watch him gamble. Yes. While we were there. We didn't come to watch, but we had some time to gamble. We watched him. Yeah. And he stuff this pockets with cash and Dame over this. We have seen this insane and it is important to note that he doesn't always without is Greg. And I'll just say this. I, I, I am certain at some point in my life. I'm going to win a huge jackpot. I'm sure it will. Sure, we'll see. But it hasn't happened yet. That's what happens to me. When I just think we'll my life could chain anytime. I don't go to a gas station and put gas in my car without going into buying a lottery ticket. I just do it because I, I can't I know I'm going to win, but I can't win if I don't play just gotta be in it to win it. Replace to stay in Vegas go a Caesar's as listeners to this podcast. You can win two nights at Caesar's I think we have those right we do. Let's say we do, do you could win two nights at Caesar's palace. I mean it's a fricken palace. It's right there in the name of by simply doing our new contests were doing. Just what Kevin Mary's loose. Lots lamar. Summer. You're going to win the jackpot. When you go to Caesar's palace, just like she knows she's gonna win each Ben. So simply hashtag, hashtag Mary's loose slut summer. Yup. And tag, three people that you don't think of listened to the podcast and tell them to listen to the podcast. Mary's slots loose loose loose. Lots Mary's loose slots. Summer hashtag right now. We're. Search all the hashtags that say. Caesar's but Andy as a New Yorker, you will, you'll know this. Yeah that over the cabs. They used to be signs always, for Bally's that would say Bally's are slots. That's right. Bally's slots valleys are slots Bally's are slots. And when you when you'd call Bally's because we stayed there once the Letterman show that say have lucky day. Snoop Dogg was on the show this week dog was on the show. He's always fantastic. He's always has not on our show a lot. No. It's safe to say. He is always high when he doesn't, and they put him in addressing room. Our towns apartment put snoop in addressing room. That is connected. That shares a wall with Ellen dressing adjacent. Yep. And to hear Ellen talk about the contact high of being next. Snoop cracked me up. She's like here in California, so he walked free. You kidding. When you love him. And Martha on game says are yes. Yes, I don't think anything would happen quickly. Mary, do they listen to the podcast, Martha. You know they. You know they they're new to the podcast. They're new to it so far, what we know is confirmed, as we have portioned Rossi. We have home hangs if Rita Wilson definitely listen. They definitely definitely listen and welcome snoop on Martha and well, welcome to quit clips of snoop. One clip is snoop talking about Martha Stewart, and how they met and how they have this unlikely friendship. So we'll play that here. Listen to that. Oh my God. I have I had your cooking book now. That's fantastic. Thank you so much. Now is their pot involved in all of these things. No, actually, there are no recipes that have marijuana infuse. No, no. I wanted to keep it clean. Just my first book. I wanted to keep it clean on my next book he'll probably do that. Yeah. You, you busier. I mean, could you imagine when you started out that your career would would not only last this long, but all the different areas that you would go into our of always been like like the class clown ever since I was a kid. So I was able to try different things I was able to, to be different and not be afraid to, to, you know, go out on a limb and just put my career put my life just put everything out there. And that people noted I don't care about what you feel care about what I feel sometimes feeling good is me express myself in different ways in different avenues, and you've done that in so many different avenues now. You're acting right? Oh, you have trying to bang on screen sometime. You did law and order. And then you did a movie. And then what do you like better movies or TV think probably TV faster faster? Yes. And you can mess up. More tv. Well, you also, I mean, we'll Martha Martha fantastic together that is such a great idea, how that came about and how I didn't think of it, I mad. You must have so much fun. I mean that's like just a joy to do that. Martha stewart. She, she is just a joy to be around and I mean you wouldn't think that when you think of snow dog off the top, but as dog grows until he becomes it's just a perfect matches. Holy matrimony and holy matrimony at the same time. How did this nuke dog? Meet the Martha. Well, we, we had a relationship based off me coming on her show once on a time, and I was cooking some brownies around Christmas. And then that's on to us doing some Justin, Justin Bieber his roast. And when we did his role, she happened to sit right next. She got a second hand smoke. Currently make contact. We started, you know, connecting the connecting, you know, we started talking chopping enough and before, you know, we was on screen to go. Yeah. Because that's what you'll hadn't come and you both enjoy that right? I mean, she enjoys gardening. And, you know, all that, vegetation, other way. Now, the other clip is Ellen asking snoop if he is currently high during the internet, that was so funny, and I found this highly amusing look what he did their congratulations on your, your star on the walk of fame. That was fantastic. Out. Let's talk about your speech. Did you work on that it was? I remind everybody who you think. The speech was it was a moment. I didn't really have time to come up with none. Because I felt like the people that was there that were instrumental in my life, I wanted to speak to them. And then I wanted to speak to myself, because I felt like I was the one that did most of the work, and I was the one that, you know, that had to go out on the line and do it and make it happen. So I wanna give myself some credit because a lot of times we feel to, to give ourselves a Pat, on the back and I wanted to take that moment to thank myself for doing all of the work that idea to get to that point had you not. Thank you before. Never that was the first time you always think anyone else. It's true. Now were you high? When you did that. I'm pretty sure I was. When are you not high, like are you high now? Actually. Your bathroom is a nice hot bots area. I actually shot footage on my Instagram that you'll be able to look at later. Okay. I have to tell you, your bathroom has a direct pipeline into my dressing room and I was smelling, what was happening in their snoop is here for sure. I just wanted to let you. Yeah, I know. All right. Now you have to go watch DVR because we also play a game with snoop. Oh, my comedy producer Joel was playing the role of target and he'd pop up behind some, like stationary targets and snoop. Once he found out there was a person MAC there, who's like laser focus just drilling jolt head locate. So the tour Joel. And he hit Joel's head on the five times, six. Yeah. I also thoroughly enjoyed when snoop walked out. He gave Ellen a copy of his cookbook. Now Ellen does not cook. And so I know there, you know how, you know, Ellen doesn't cook when she describes the book as cooking book. We're, we're gonna need to you'll hear beef at home. There. Mary sent the F word. Starting. Start over marrying. No. Tom Hanks listening dog tours apart. Well. I know sometimes we make it sound like it's all like rainbows cupcakes working here. But there is one permanent. Now, I will say is a delight to every single person and makes everyday better. Thank you know, not Andy. Twitch twitch. Yes. Was it to watch him go from like against DJ, every once in a while to our full-time DJ to then tastic? He gets the frigate hosts the show. Jamie. So happy for job. It was really fun. Helping him. Do that, that day. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was great. I thought it a great job. And so appreciative of the whole thing I got him a gift for hosting. You didn't got him a cooking book. Oh, really? He did great twitch. He was really fun. And he had we had our lead guests with twitch was Coon, all their. Oh, we're talking about the big bang theory finale. He's like a neighbor here. Sort of on the lot. He's friends with Dave, Dave McGuire day Maguire on the podcast. Out of executives. He's worn this executive, he's hard to pin down a lot of stuff, but we'll have them here soon enough, he's a listener. Maybe if we do it live from lakeside. Here's a little taste of how well twisted when he hosted. Wow. Thank you. What's up man? Thanks for being here. Thank you so much absolute. I need to say thank you for being my first, like celebrity interview. No. And congrats on the finale of the big bang much or should I be saying, I'm sorry. Like how, how are you feeling? I'm, I'm hungover. Drank my weight into kilo last night. So no, I am exhausted. We showed on Tuesday, and then last night yesterday in the morning, we gotta hands imprinted in front of the Chinese grummin Neo. I don't know. I don't think there's any would in any language ever written that could describe what I'm feeling of eating all of it. I'm feeling sad. I'm feeling exhilerated. I'm feeling tired. I'm emotionally. I'm cried out laughed out all of it. So probably a little overwhelmed. But I couldn't miss this. I'm so happy to see you. I'm like suggesting like you and your dressing like me exactly what we were going to do. That's what is. But then you let you. But listen with all that emotion. You made you made history, you know, you guys are the longest running sitcom twelve seasons. Two hundred seventy nine episodes. Got to know how was that final Tapie the final taping I had held it together pretty much like pretty well. But then the in the last scene that I was shooting the added a joke, and I said it and I thought I would get another Johnson because we shoot most stakes twice, but no, I got it. And then they said, all right. Moving on. And that was the last words, I was going to say his character so as I was walking up to my dressing room with every step, the realization that those were the last words, I would ever see as Raj began to really sink in and, and I, I mean, I cried I cried a lot. It was cathartic it was nice actually, I'm much of a crier. So it felt really wonderful to cry. But yeah, it was. You know, I'm really gonna miss playing him because it was nice to show up every day and character. That was so pure and so innocent and hopeful. And I think that, that's pretty rare these days. So it's really wonderful. You know, who also is just always a great sport for us and the audience love seeing him, every time he shows up. How del thank you. Howie Mandel true. Yes. And of course Sean Hayes. Yes. David Spade, of course. But today, I'm talking about my love intimately. I love came for a Sweden. Yeah. And we sort of tortured him, we Ellen through water balloons, Adam. You just get the sense if you were gonna help, then you need someone to help you Milo Ventimiglia would be right. He on the side of the road. And that's how I picture, he surprisingly, not a fan of the podcast. No. The graphic says it says million dollar Milo me low Milo, it says my low who's Milo on Marlow. About red nose day. You went to Africa with red nose. I did I went to Africa to red nose day to see some kids living some pretty challenging places. But then I was also very inspired to see the great work that red nose day, does for these kids and the challenging lives of their living. That's wonderful. Well, okay, we we're about to do million. Dollar may, we'll do million dollar Milo. We'll raise the money for a red nose day. Also. All right. We should tell the story of how things don't always go right on our show evidence. The live shot that we had today in the great city of Houston. Oh, yeah. We played a baseball tossing game. Yeah. Well, we did what we call a Twitter hit Twitter has playhouse Twitter hit works. We send out tweets telling fans in one specific area to show up, there usually wearing a costume of some sort. And then we'll play a big game with a lot of them narrow down throughout the hour. Slowly building to the exciting climax right before we have to say goodbye, and that for man with a big price. We started early in the show. Yep. And we finish it later later in the show. And so we account for that game taking several acts of our show, several segments. Right. And a lot of time. Yes. And a lot of time so today we do a Houston. Yes. At the Houston Astros stadium wretches. In Houston, Houston. I guess probably on a on a game day, Kevin's a big baller. Big baller? So it was exciting. Yeah. We had an amazing price, and we also have this insane pitcher this. Justin came series winner through almost threw eight innings of one hit baseball just the other day. And we had a car to give away we have ten people. Yeah. All they have to do is throw a ball into a little hole. Right. And so the point of big hole, actually. Feet away. Not that far you would think child of five could get the ball. All right. When our heads right? We're going to play a lot around this game. You get the ball any make it through the next round. Like first round figure six people are gonna get probably right. And then six four five, and so that if we keep playing it later in the show, we'll just have three people. Right. So Jeannie, Jeannie? I love genie's bright. But she why we love her. She, here's someone who is not Brian guest has become sort of a regular show. Happy paste. And we put her on camera to show people, you can do people anything's possible with the Ellen show. For genie. Luckily, literally, an angel from heaven, I love her. Gina Saint, and Jeannie, really is, she would forgive us our sins this conversation. Yeah. She's she's like good for us. She makes us better people. Yes. So she lines up all the people person number we have ten percent. One misses by a long shot. Yeah. I number two nowhere near the whole. All right. Next next. One's bound God. Oh my gosh. Here. Come's hits the backboard and note does bounces out. Yup. Four. Same thing. No five. Don't think it may all the way to the whole grounder six no seven way over the fence nowhere to the whole eight same nine no, no. I'm the whole. Now this puts us in a pickle. We are expecting multiple people to get the ball through the whole so that we have another round. Right. So what we can't have happen is have the last person. Only one person, get the ball in the hole in the first act of the show. We can't have that would give them a car for literally tossing. One ball into a hole. Even even by our standards are very loose stand. She was twelve years old. So this woman comes up there with their ball. Yep. Yep. Big smile. Didn't look like she's going to hit it winds up kind of throws it, right. Into the whole, right? She goes crazy. She goes so I'm in the control room. She they're all jumping up and down at the live shot. You guys are looking at cameras like. What does that what does what does that mean and I turned to Kevin and Kevin goes? She, she just won the car. I knew instantly she'd won the car and, yes, Mary goes. She just wanted to car car and their silence on the headset. There's never silence on the headset. It was gray area. That there were silence on the headset. Yes, she won the car. Oh, yeah. And Ellen looks at us. Those, what are we going to do? Now. I go well, we're gonna figure that. Scramble England was so excited. She was so thrilled to it was amazing. And then the nine Sharon she was forty one years old. Sharon from Houston, is now, the owner of a beautiful red Chevy blazer, so the nine other people who missed then storm her giant group. Oh my. That was really. Your DVR to see how all the pantheon played out, but those in Ed rallies with are awesome integrations team. I think Stephanie was point on this one yet and she makes them calls, and they're like, all right. We're fine for the next act Chevy said, give ten thousand dollars to someone else who can get in the hole. So we keep the other nine we wait and that none of this is planned at the top of the show is not. Yeah. So that woman winning the car, Sharon winning the car in the first act costs us and Chevy another ten grand. But the show must go on. So, and there was just it was. So it was really fun. They practiced for throughout the whole show, when it came time for that act, two of the nine right? Got the ball in. And then they went back and forth for a couple of rounds. And then one person, one time, sandy, we have this, awesome writer here name, Adam. Yes. Who can make very smart parallels in the universe. And he pitches idea to Ellen and she was on board. And it's one of my monologues we've done in quite some time. Yeah. But he laid out a path L in defined where there's parallels between the Mola report. Avengers. Endgame, and the end of game of thrones. Yes and only Adam could only adamant Ellen can do this is exactly what happens. It's wednesday. I think it's safe to talk about this by now. How many of you watched the finale of game of thrones? How many of you never seen game with thrown? I'm sure you've told everyone you've never seen it. Those people are so proud. I've never seen it. I actually I loved game of thrones but to be honest, I found it very confusing every single week I would watch with Porsche and sit and say, who's that? Where are they going? Why is he? So naked question but I think I finally figured it out. So I thought I would get the rest of you caught up. So it is set in a place of it's called west rose. Okay. And it looks like Germany or Iceland, but everyone speaks British like so I don't know. I think it's think they're in Europe. And so then there's this girl in named denarius and targe Aaron and she looked Swedish. But her name sounds on media. And so I don't know where she's from. She's from Europe or Glendale, and. He's a strong strong female character kind of like the captain marble, which reminds me the avengers, just ended too. So I should get you caught up on that. So in the last ten or twenty movies, Thanos stole the Infinity stones and now the only way to get them back as time travel, which could bring the characters back from the dead. And then game of thrones the characters also come back from the dead, but it's not because of time travel, it's white walkers, and although denarius had a lot from Starbucks. So there is time travel. Anyway. 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Giuliani associates arrested on campaign finance charges

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

46:30 min | 1 year ago

Giuliani associates arrested on campaign finance charges

"Kellyanne Conway's husband George Conway and fifteen other conservative lawyers have co-signed a statement urging the House representatives to expedite it's impeachment investigation of the now it's time to the last word with Lawrence O'Donnell good evening have your scheduled in front of me and it says you have to race to the airport by see your passports if the FBI had decided to arrest them a little earlier that day at lunch in Washington at the an indicted and arrested here's the one who did not get arrested today and here is what Rudy Giuliani Hotel Rudy Giuliani would have been sitting right beside them as a legend the indictment of defendants broke the law to gain political influence aboard the plane before everyone else they make their way toward the plane when suddenly two plainclothes officers suddenly stop them one of them says we need said about his friends getting arrested by the FBI last night all I can tell you about this arrest is it comes at a very suspicious Germany perhaps knowing that the feds are closing in on them perhaps not perhaps knowingly fleeing the country perhaps not there watching the minutes tick down as according to alleged participation and schemes violate the federal campaign finance laws by repeatedly using Straw donors and foreign money who has worked on an impeachment case himself he was one of the prosecutors whose investigation led to the impeachment of Bill Clinton he now wants Donald trump impeached edge in trump world was appointed by donald trump to be the US attorney for the Southern District of New York which was Rudy Giuliani's old job that's the job campaign finance violations on indictments brought by prosecutors in the southern district of New York the very same prosecutors got Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen to plead guilty just time well we can tell you a little bit more about the arrest the two associates of Rudy Giuliani's who have been working with him on Ukraine were arrested that brought Rudy Giuliani to fame in New York City that's the job Rudy Giuliani used as platform to run for mayor of New York City there is no appointment donald trump regrets more tonight than making Jeffrey Berman the US attorney for the southern district of New York that pains him more than mad dog mattis or REX Tillerson it's but movie rights itself they're ready to leave Washington from Dulles airport with one way first class plane tickets in their hands to Frankfurt it's while avoiding disclosure of WHO's actually making the donations of where the money was coming from they saw political influence not only and removed from office two of the three people we know were scheming together to do Donald Trump's bidding with Ukraine have ential election these special ebony of this for Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani is that it turns out the prosecutor who has done the most damning all of the US ambassador to Ukraine former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie advance their own financial interests but to advance the political interests of at least one foreign official Ukrainian government official who sought dismissal to campaign finance violations that those prosecutors said were done at the direction of Donald Trump in what they called a conspiracy against the United States to win the Parnassus and crewmen were arrested around six PM last night at those airport as they were about to board an international flight with one way ticket one eyewitness in the New York Times they are drinking and eating the free food and the Lufthansa First Class Lounge on the first class passengers are invited conduct that draws into question the integrity of our political process and I want to add that this investigation is continuing Oh have indicated that they are ready to block all testimony and all documents being handed over to the investigative committees but there is nothing they can do to stop the US attorney from the attorney for the Southern District of New York today the unsealed an indictment charging love ebore fruman and two co-defendants for outhern district of New York protecting the integrity of our elections and protecting our elections from unlawful foreign influence or core actions of our campaign finance laws and as this office has made clear we will not hesitate to investigate and prosecute those who engage in criminal Donovan which is scheduled to voluntarily testified to the impeachment investigating committees tomorrow in a closed door deposition but president trump in the White House counsel and the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's those words of thanks did not sound like this standard round of thank yous you give people at the office it sounded like a pointed defiance this investigation is continuing so if you're someone who spent a lot of time with partners and from like say Rudy Giuliani this the special agent in charge of the criminal division and to his left George Khuzami the special agent in charge of public option at the FBI Turner John Bolton preachers or any other fired members of the trump administration. Good afternoon I'm Jeff Bourbon United States there is some really good news revealed in the indictment of Rudy Giuliani's associates in the specific candidate elections that they criminally tried to influence what they're Ille- the president of the United States by the man who the president appointed as his US attorney in the southern district of New York the good time to start worrying about what the guy who now has your old job is up to it is standard practice at moments like this for us attorney to thank the investigators who brought the case this far including FBI investigators but today with the FBI under constant attack by the president of the United States. You'll contributions they're Republican candidates lost Republican Congressman Pete sessions sessions lost his reelection campaign in two thousand eighteen even tried to win the Nevada Attorney General's race for Republican was Lee Karl Rove Wesley Carl Dunkin and they lost and last night representative here today to my left bill sweeney my good friend the assistant director in charge of the New York field office to his left like driscoll so he took the illegal money in the vodka they tried to win the governorship for Adam locked black salt and Republican atom lack salt lost they witnesses to Congress it's an interesting question Lawrence I think the US Attorney's office in the southern district will want the that moment stood out in a way that really it shouldn't have but for me it really did stand up I think that's fair Lawrence Joyce I'm for their work that got them this far in today's atmosphere with the president of the United States attacking the FBI relentlessly as he has done book it's all their leading off our discussion tonight Chuck Rosenberger former senior FBI official former US attorney a former counsel to Robert Mueller at the which would have been ignored in news accounts anyway and as we know is routine where the US attorney turns to the FBI and thanks one of bigger fish so that I think is the first order of business it's a little bit unusual to have witnesses and defendants in federal cases whose appearance at Dulles Airport they lost big time this afternoon Donald Trump denied knowing love furnace an Eager Freeman but propublica re Fifth Amendment now on every question you know that's a possibility with every witness and certainly went she's been indicted you can't take with Congress to figure out a suitable and appropriate way for Congress to acquire the testimony that it's loftland titled to Joyce Aren't they very likely to just take the says wanted in front of Congress but I think it's a safe bet that if Congress issue subpoenas that the US marshal the US attorney the Justice Department will women in the FBI and the US attorney's offices are not political by and large they are career investigators and prosecutors doing hard work day in basic shape a close advisor to the President Rudy Giuliani on a special mission for the President Rudy Giuliani engages these attack and so for a United States attorney to stand up and publicly thank them and thank them profusely is not only the right thing to do but also helps send a message that these I he now hosts the MSNBC podcast the oath also joining us tonight juries bands former US attorney for the northern Alabama and MSNBC legal analyst and a out and so the thank you was both appropriate and I think needed and Joyce what does this mean for these defendants now as possible is to help him out and tonight those two people who were invited to the White House for dinner with the president because they were so valuable to Rudy Giuliani and the resident on the Ukraine mission those two people are indicted and arrest that's right I think we have a lot more obviously to learn about these guys there would be a lot of that going on unless some sort of a deal is worked out and frankly if these defendants are smart and if they received the benefit of competent counsel that'd be Russian money actually so who were these guys to have those contacts that's interesting they were in the middle of an effort to get the the US ambassador at the I bite at these at these defendants as possible witnesses when you engage in this sort of an indictment and bring these sorts of defendants in and say that Fifth Amendment on every question only on the questions where your answers would tend to inculpate Utah to make you guilty of a crime or offer evidence of that but it's like and I as former US attorneys have both done that we've thanked leaders of the FBI in the from the DA for cases that they brought but you're right the FBI has been under uh-huh a lot of evidence along the way of their their wrongdoing and I think there's a lot more to learn here about these guys in about those who were involved in the administration time fired and replaced they were helping Giuliani pursue foreign election assistance for the president it let's just keep in mind what we know already we know that they were funneling money that came from a Ukrainian with Russian roots and Russian ties so could tippety and and and I believe there's a lot more to learn about them a lot more to learn about their activities we know they spent time in the White House and with the president is you showed obviously with Giuliani but who else knew about them who what other contexts did they have in Ukraine in Russia in the United States in the administration Guiseley he has an extraordinarily thin political layer for instance in the southern district of New York the only political appointee is the US Attorney Jeffrey Berman Everyone Alad and predicated investigation in the US Attorney's office seems to Me To be pretty far fetched by the way one minor point that I'd like to make as US attorney other called urgent reports and they go to the deputy attorney general and often to the attorney general so there's nothing inherently nefarious about notifying an attorney general would only the effect of this investigation could he have shut it down it would be very very hard to do by design Lawrence the US Attorney's office the US attorney community I also want to thank our partner in this case and so many of our important cases the New York office of the FBI isn't that office everyone else is a career prosecutor career support person a career analyst and the like and so the notion that an attorney general could shut down on he apparently knew that the indictment was being issued he knew the arrests were going to be made there are people who've been watching attorney general bar people out there in the country in our audience and what truthful and complete testimony they might be able to offer to prosecutors in the southern district let's pull back and look at what this story is Taylor a former CIA operative and former independent presidential candidate he is the CO founder of standup Republic and Rosenberg. I want to start with you and I actually want to start with that moment might happen you know prosecutors tend to be people who understand the department's Traditions and its practices thanks Chuck Rosenberg reports indicate that Attorney General William Bar was kept posted on this this investigation so he knew the investigation was going on this especially guys who are this sloppy which I gotta tell you they they seem quite sloppy they leave they leave a lot of trail a lot of a lot of regard him as a protector of the president in all things if if William Bar wanted to protect the president from any they were involved in funnelling illegal money as they were indicted on today to us politicians I mean I really you know these guys were a nexus watcher what would happen would a US attorney resigned for example what a career prosecutor go to the Inspector General of the Justice Department very well and prosecutors agents that they work with feel very strongly about their cases especially when they're ready for indictment and especially when there's something the investigation is ongoing it often means that you have an interest in whether or not these defendants have any cooperation to offer that could lead to prosecute ported this afternoon the love part has posted photographs of their dinner at the White House with Donald Trump on of course improper if he or she did something to thwart or undermine the case but again I think that's really hard to do and Joyce is it I would the movie rights itself but in in some ways it's a bad movie up meaning the scene right before the airport is these two guys having automatically you would see protested every level in a US attorney's office with everyone from line prosecutors and line agents on all the way up to the US attorney who has says it's really hard to do just walk us through it if an attorney general did try to block an investigation like this and I'm not suggesting that William Bar would do that but just for the audience they add appropriate evidence on and reason to believe that they could obtain and sustain a conviction in referred in my my opening when that happened here every indication to the contrary and the urgent report would have been transmitted to Washington within something like seventy two hours of filing an important case like this in any event but prosecutors and agents would have begun to show concern to their supervisors if they were told the case couldn't move forward and the bad movie of this stuff yeah well I think what we're seeing here Lawrence it's just the brazenness of the administration and it's and it's Sion's on social media openly while engaged in these kinds of activities I mean it is tremendously sloppy but it also I think more importantly as important as protecting the integrity of American elections so I would expect that if something like this were to happen and I think is chuck says there's no indication point out is the only political appointee in in every US Attorney's office you would see those resignations in protest if they were told they couldn't move forward with the case his again Joyce and I had this experience we have an obligation to file reports with the Department of Justice with main justice when we're bringing a significant case expands significantly on passage in the whistle blowers official report about Donald Trump's conversation with the president of Ukraine in which of course Donald Trump's solicited the they will quickly begin to think about the fact that their best option if they don't Wanna spend many years in prison would be to think about areas where they could cooperate orders its allies to break the law and pursuit of of illegal election help and and other corrupt activities as lawyer about how to treat the call because of the likelihood in the officials retelling that they had witnessed the president abuse his office for lunch with Rudy Giuliani which is an okay scene but it's at the trump hotel in Washington which is just too on the nose that's the bad movie help from the president of Ukraine in his reelection campaign by asking Ukraine to investigate you the whistle blows report remember says this the White House officials shows that they believe they're operating in an environment or they were they probably have a different idea now but they believe they were operating in an environment where they didn't at least four national security officials were so alarmed by the trump administration's attempts to pressure Ukraine for political purposes that they raise concerns version of that saying they would have that lunch in some other location some more they'd make them more discrete choice in the good movie it feels like we're watching transcript that was already being locked down on a highly classified computer network the Washington Post reports that at least one official went immediately to John Eisenberg a White House the idea that they would sort of be involved in these kinds of activities and sort of meet openly and sort of demonstrate all their connect told me this information we're deeply disturbed by what had transpired in the phone call they told me that there was already a discussion on going with White House political purposes and so they were on guard when this phone call happened I think they immediately knew this wasn't merely trump being trump he wasn't joking around he was okay I wanna get your reaction to that new Washington Post reporting indicating people in the White House we're worried about this phone call before it happened and then after our national security officials according to this reporting were able to see exactly the way the president was conducting this shadow secret parallel foreign policy with Ukraine for the people at the White House were worried about the phone call before the phone call happened that would be part of interpreting what was going on personal gain in other words they were concerned that they witnessed the president possibly committing a crime or an impeachable offense and here is what the Washington Post is adding to that tonight were being pinned by subordinates about problems with what the president had said to his Ukrainian counterpart Bolton and others scrambled to obtain a rough and let us know what they saw and heard and so in many ways even though you have this remarkably broken apparatus in the White House led by the president you also have career men and women event sort of abusing his authority acting in a really sort of dramatically nefarious way for personal political game on the other hand and this gives me present to quote play ball and to provide that political dirt on Joe Biden and check Rosenberg to the point that the Washington Post raises that the there had been a campaign that had been launched directed clearly by the president in conjunction with Rudy Giuliani to pressurize the Leninsky to present this ultimatum in the White House where he started talking about what the president needed from Ukraine in terms of investigations and it says a senior officials I hope you have a cadre of career national security officials career diplomats career professionals who what wrong looks like and did something about it right I mean the happened they went into pretty red alert about it that's right well since the election of presence alinsky in this spring earlier this went ballistic seen and that involves the man who refused to testify to Congress this week investors Sunland who was in a meeting as lawyer for national security matters joining our conversation now is Jeremy Bash she's an MSNBC national security analyst performance sheep Steph CIA in Defense Department and talking about this the reason we know about it is because folks step forward maybe you know personal risk to their own careers own profession their own reputation in their jobs and thank goodness for that enjoys the Washington Post includes reporting about some of the things that preceded the phone call including the Bolton that phone call once you're taking a look at that rough transcript of it that's absolutely right and by the way Lawrence one hand you have this press earlier with the matter those concerns sword in the calls aftermath officials said within minutes senior officials including National Security Adviser John Bolton President and move to a potential trial in the Senate as soon as possible one of the CO signers of that statement will join us at the end of this hour and that is the only cosigner of that him and to require him to support the president's reelection campaign and of course as the military aid as the security assistance from you cain a C officials including Bolton huddled over their concern for Ukraine and Joyce today is the day when my speculation on the day have to be careful where they could engage in this kind of activity and they were going to be protected why we should ask why and we should want to know why they felt so sure of that well when the some of the United States is on your team you might feel that that's what I'm getting at I wanted to do some more breaking news that we're dealing with at this hour this is from the Washington Post understood sunlen statement to be a reference to a Biden and Bolton went ballistic and after the meeting officials said in the ensuing days the does not playing by the rules this was a deliberate carefully orchestrated effort by him and others including Rudy Giuliani to pressure the earns with a White House lawyer both before and immediately after President Trump's July twenty fifth call with that country's president according to U. S. officials and other people for Ukraine was hanging in the balance the pressure went up and it kind of culminated in the July twenty fifth phone call but there was this time period even before hand when senior Humboldt was fired that he would immediately be seeking a book deal that was confirmed axios reporting today that he's got the book agent all lined up and this is going to be one of those stories that John Bolton if he hasn't already testified to Congress about it will probably be telling in his book kind of panic level before the president's phone call to crane and the the increase in that panic level after the president's phone call to Ukraine certainly in July after July as well but but really everyone in Washington seems to have known about this and how problematic and we know is the kind of person who would have a very strong personal reaction to that kind of exit absolutely and claiming he was resigning Donald Trump claiming I fired you before you could resign and you're stupid was basically Donald Trump's exit gift John Bolton the White House who wanted some attention brought to this situation may have felt it necessary to go outside the White House to someone in the intelligence community in terms of executive or some other kind of privilege unless he tries to carry the president's water is several of the former White House employees have so far but Bolton and it makes the point that I had not considered before the wash was reported at that there is no inspector general for the White House and so the people working it was a difficult decision it was slow and it was halting but now it's time for the American people to hear the truth and Bolton's should not be permitted to avoid doing his awfully will be brought before Congress pursuant to subpoena will be asked to testify because it's clear that Bolton is one of the key players who's involved in duty disregard inevitable John Bolton had the typically negative experience exiting the White House being kicked out well actually John Bolton their representatives consider whether impeachment is appropriate Jeremy Bash there is a very interesting note raised in the Washington Post reporting tonight about behind the scenes in the White House agreed with him and everyone knew this was very wrong in very dangerous and very much not in the interests on a lot of levels of the American of of the country the president's approach to Ukraine was and is holding of this military aid you had officials in the White House even before the to someone who was under the jurisdiction of an inspector general who that person could then report to that may be the reason and the whistleblowers report was filed away it was and the reason why his sources were people in effect coming from the White House where they didn't have July twenty fifth call who are concerned about it they heard the call they were even additionally concerned officials said Oh and be new and were concerned officials at the the C year I what I did was perfect my conversation was perfect there's nothing wrong with what I did Really what is emerging is this picture that everyone actually to hear what he has to say you know like Chuck says there were a lot of people here who at great risk to themselves came forward did the right thing I'm sure you know I just as we read these stories the more we learn I think it's interesting that what's emerging is this this picture of Washington as this is happening hi is concerned Congress was concerned ev and we're all learning about this and the American people are learning about this to now as the president continues to try to say hey there's nothing in both the pre and the reaction to this call and to the extent that there's a cover up that occurs bulletin would be a material witness to that in Congress is fairly strong and it does protect in this case this initial whistleblower from any retaliation and White House officials may not enjoy that same so I think we can potentially expect that others from the departments and agencies who enjoy that whistleblower protection may also potential witnesses here and again I think it just underscores but you're exactly right which is our whistleblower statutes protect individuals serving in various departments and agencies and of course intelligence community whistleblower act is it is shaping up very clearly I think is going to be important for the education of of the American people about what what the problem was here as the American people and I think that's going to be important as the impeachment process serve the inquiry least moves forward this sort of the main point which is that the conduct at issue the presence own conduct we already know about it it's already in the call record there's not much more we need to know no impeachment is going to come to them in the Senate running scared you'll see some video of that when we come back arise the Fox News poll that showed majority in favor of removing the president from office is now being supported by new polling today that has Republican senators the majority of registered voters favor not just impeachment of the president but removal from office sent Donald Trump into a tizzy of lying you've the same whistle blower mechanism that they could access that this whistle blower could in the intelligence I mean that's really smart Lawrence hadn't thought of that precedent in era of news text MSNBC two six six eight six six to subscribe but surprisingly the New Fox News poll showing through joining us with this breaking news really appreciate it thank you and when we come back the poll numbers on impeachment and removal from office continued about the impeachment polls and what they show the Fox News poll is supported by other polls out today with similar numbers but the Fox News poll has Republican Hi it's Katie Ter- WANNA keep up with MSNBC while you're on the go subscribe to the Msnbc daily newsletter you'll get the best of what you've missed during this evidence of impeachable offenses and the New Fox News polling about impeachment have created a public minefield that they do not know how to navigate is going to make them jurors in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump in the United States senate on probably multiple articles of impeachment and by the time in order to determine whether or not the prison solicited foreign interference in the United States Election Jeremy Bash Joyce Vance Chuck Rosenberg thank you all very much those articles of impeachment come to trial in the Senate that fifty one percent supporting removal from office in the Fox News poll might be higher it in the polls in his reelection campaign in Colorado do you believe it's appropriate for the United States to ask a foreign leader in one direction in the polls and so for Republican senators who are up for reelection next year in states that could easily go democratic the new trump in the same direction only one direction that's next Ariza former trump national security advisor in the author of everything trump touches dies rick I can never quite get through the title without cracking a little bit law and norms and built and baked into our political system to watch cory Gardner and before Him Joni Ernst or the president of the United States to solicit foreign interference in our political process of course no no the of enabled Donald Trump they have bowed to the way in which he is intimidated them with pressure including from that base that is in their states and senators worried at least as much donald trump is worried about it republican senators now know that impeachment is coming their way Republican senators now know that the House of Representatives I try not to even answer the simplest question here really shows the dilemma that they feel and they felt for the last two plus years let me begin with you we just saw H. R. McMaster do it while it looked easy when he did it and it is easy this is black letter boom and under every table there's another one and it's cascading and it's going to get worse and we're going to see people turning saga now going to give a deposition despite might be much higher because that's the way the polls are moving Republican senators no but support for impeachment and removal from office has only moved Mike Pence and we and it's Vaughn Hilliard who is just putting a very simple question to Mike Pence let's watch this is a yes or no question after this break we'll be joined by Rick Wilson and Norm Ornstein to consider the quickly changing politics of impeachment and why the polls on impeachment or all moving absolutely not and and of course would have to happen here's A. is you know play. Seeing our democracy play out are the separation of powers player around Washington wise man who has been advising policymakers in Washington for decades and Rick Wilson is with US Republican strategist and a contributor to the daily beast is struggle were you ever aware Mr vice-president interest in the Biden that interest in investigating the Biden's at least in part of the reason for Aid to Ukraine they've sat through what we now see is a level of corruption that is unparalleled in our history it's like you go into a house and there's a body in subtly and every ever aware that the Biden's were part of the equation dealing with Ukraine and president trump and I and I think the real answer was of a little bit of spine but not because they've become moral only because their cowardice turns them in another direction thou in contrast to h r McMaster let's take a look at maybe wasn't maybe he had these discussions maybe he didn't but the paranoia and the fear and the constant sense that you're in the middle of a minefield with Donald Trump hr McMaster today saying what Republican senators are so far afraid to say do you think it is appropriate to investigate a political rival yes or this is what we're going to get into the Senate intelligence committee is having an investigation of bipartisan investigation unfortunately though what we've seen is a very political process takeover what the Secretary of state said the ambassador to the EU more rats will leave the sinking ship and it's going to change the dynamic here maybe moral cowards will get isn't running for reelection who is actually having facing polling on the question of his impeachment we've never seen a president in in an impeachment situation running it's not it's not appropriate janoris cushion now is norm ornstein congressional historian and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and all gate they are desperate now here's Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado who is currently running behind Democratic candidate John Hickel looper old reveals anything that he knows trump's fury with him could lead to very bad consequences if he lies about it he's going to get dinged when the investigation grind lawyers have not told me how to answer that question yet I think you're exactly right Lawrence Mike Pence very odd position right now on the one hand he's in this mind 'cause they show three Democrats with ten point leads basically on Donald Trump Joe Biden leads donald trump in the Fox News poll fifty forty Elizabeth Warren exact with Ukraine were entirely focused on the broader issues of lack of European support. You're aware the interesting Rick the question was very simply were you election the numbers in the Fox News Paul are absolutely devastating to a president running for reelection they're getting overshadowed by impeachment numbers let's take a look at make a decision that they have to have the political survival imperative is gonNA kick in at some point and norm Donald Trump is the very first press is GonNa lead all these people they're all stonewall they're going all hold it back until the very last minute but once that first mover starts taking the deals and once that first mover decide big headline polling numbers if we didn't have a bigger headline polling number in the impeachment number I'd like to see them ask the question of whether a potted and held up I what I never discussed the issue of of the issue of the Biden's with President Plant would do well against Donald trump could be fifty forty as well but one of the things that's so interesting here is trump to find news as

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2943: #MeToo w/ Marcia Belsky

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

1:09:59 hr | 2 years ago

2943: #MeToo w/ Marcia Belsky

"Hey. Welcome to Keith and the girl I'm Keith Malley ladies and gentlemen. Today's guest amazing comic and I'll say, Justice warrior, Marsha Belsky. Marsha, you look very adequate today. What can you say. Mean minefield out there. We're going to talk about the some big subjects today. I let me mention this, make sure your subscribe to our YouTube channel. Oh yeah. This silent trailers game that we've been playing is so fun. And honestly, I'm getting way too nervous playing see you getting nerve. Now. I take it very seriously because and that that makes the guested seriously because it's like they wanna take it away from you, right? If because people are uncomfortable with your happiness, I have to win in generally as or it's not exciting when the guest was right, we should start putting money on it like come to the even the girl show and how much are you going to bet for the after show? I'm reading some of your comments, sugar hits rates in regards to Andrew Allen's recent episode. It's only been fifteen seconds in it's already genius. All bow down to Henrik and of course puts together Paulo pheromone roads about Rojo's episode best one of these so far. While he cheated anyway, Christie cello show Christian Reese rates LL Christie is even better on video. She so animated. Christie Chela. Right, right. My first friends in New York. Hey, let me mention this right away. Happy, Yom Kippur or or sorry, keep young s. thank you. Sorry that I'm not in synagogue. I I never go, but I always just lied to my dad about going to lie to your dad about how did I think usually make a game call like all kind of balance out with like Passover in Russia, Shana. So I'll give a one out of three or two out of like, he's like, are you keeping Passover? And I'm like, absolutely. Yes, I am then. But then the next question about a holiday will be. No. So you like me on us. Let me like on didn't didn't make it this time. You know what's funny is I'm sure that her dad's like, let's play this game again. Next year. I think it's a good deed. Like I feel like I served my time. Do. I had to go to Hebrew school three times a week until I was in seventh grade. And then I had to go once a week until I graduated high school. So like my, I had a bomb, it's I was also confirmed I have to doing of time firmed in non-jew terms? No, like they. We had like a confirmation class when we were like seventeen. I think for them to basically be like, you have to stay in Hebrew school for the last year of high school. And I was like, I don't have a choice. So now you're just giving me extra work, went to Hebrew school was such a joke to me. I went to Sheva. So half my day was Jewish curriculum just like Hebrew class. And then the other half was the American curriculum that we had to pass. What a waste of fucking time. Do you know how much should I have in my brain that when I can't remember when somebody sees my Jew face and goes, oh, it's a holiday today, and I didn't even know it like real, unlike all it left, that means there's room for more. I still remember half my half Torah. I, I learned how to not only Hebrew. Learned how to read biblical Hebrew in that and define it. I learned how to read this guy Rashi interpretation and he created half new language. I learned that I learn any language. It was biblical Hebrew, right? And so he takes his fucking interpretation and I have to learn a new way to read Hebrew. Thanks to him. Then did you know that in the Torah. The chillers specific by the way tropes learned all that shit. I remember that was able to sight read it. It's kind of cool. That's the one part that I actually liked is that like in Hebrew, there is, will they have their own way of writing music? So it's like interesting to look at when I like learned all this stuff. And I just imagine like cave people in Israel putting little dots on their words and like that means all that's kind of cool when somebody says to you, hey, look at your face. It's Jewish ju- phase Gavin happens a lot. Well, you said right? Does it. Yeah. I mean, even even when I say no, I'm not practicing. I'm an atheist now. They argue with me, no, no look at you. You're doing forever because people really like Jews like want to like it's like enough Nestle and a religion, but then it's like American Jews are so like at this point, like you know, a quarter Jewish or whatever, like a meat, it's me going. I don't like bagels who doesn't like vehicle. Yeah, they're like, no, you. One of us we accept you. One of us is a because they're thinking it's not so crazy. There could be another holocaust Dulcie you're not one of us. I mean, yes, sure. Every response could be from fear and I could fucking pay for that forever. But if you're scared of the next holocaust world dead, it will pull the holocaust car quick like they'll be like, remember. I mean, it's love your culture. Yeah, I can't just be like, oh, I gotta make sure on those trains next time. One, I think the Jews are going to be split half and half in the race work because there's so many Jews like helping Trump and like, you know, it's going to be. It's gonna be tricky, dividing this time. Good luck. They're gonna have to the left await you work for. Okay. Kushner's to write a fuck lake. So by eyebrow thickness. Oh, shit. Maybe this is better, right? So that's confusing. Yeah. Yeah. We're throwing him off that was our whole plan and assimilating to be white with you. When I talked to my parents about, you know, if I go to church, oh, I didn't know this. Sunday may be believe I'm going on. It is weird that when it comes to the commandments, one is thou shall not live in the same group is honor. They father. Rock paper, scissors effect commandments, right? Is I fully believe that making my dad happy is more important than because if lying, if God takes lying really seriously, it's for as well. It's like he's a narc and it's like whatever. And then also like everybody lies. And if anybody tells you that they don't lie there serial killer. So I, I don't feel bad. That's hashtag fats. Yeah. I mean, I don't like I don't try and like tell big lies. But if it's like a lie for somebody else's comfort, I find that to be a good deed like, you know what I mean? When you're like in a conversation and somebody says something and you're just like just lie just linex short. How do you like my haircut? I'm like, well, I know you bathroom two hours or even like the social contract. Like I was fifteen minutes late because the train your bosses like shirt. I try not to ask people what they think of a change that I did to myself because what are they going to say? I'm I'm basically going here. Put I put all this effort. I can't really undo it at this moment. You like I asked to get the s. and then when one of my friends is like, well, I'm like, you know, I ask that question. Do what you're supposed to do? Yeah. Me, joking, bullies Fano Reza comfort me. I know it's bad. You show me a me my already seeing, right. I've never seen it gets hurt. I think a haircut looks good. I don't ask my friend, not a hair. I haven't gotten a haircut in six years, like I'm a mess your own here. I come my own here. Yeah, I think early here could do that. And like I, I really like find sitting in a hair shop like so like awkward. I'm like really bad at small dogs. I'm like, so like when it's quiet, I also feel kind of weird. Like I get stressed out by too because some of them want to talk to you don't just like, yeah, yeah, I read them and like sometimes it's friendly and you get into a good banter, just kind of run out of things to say, and you have like a half hour laugh because I have a lot of hair, but also I, I'm just like, what? What? If you're at work and I don't interrupt you have my hair and says in your hand. Yeah, like I'll be. I'll be quiet. Yeah, I knew. This one girl we put her headphones, and I was like, well, that seems intense like used to do that when I was waxing. But then she started talking to me and it was awkward to keep taking out that. Yeah, I guess we're talking now, but I'm in my underwear. What's up. We have the performer for the Super Bowl halftime. Show the great maroon five at is it almost an insult to be asked because it's like, hey, you'll vanilla this up for us, right, right. My Adam, Adam, nobody living. Yeah, I always get Kim confused without him. Divine from house farting work all but Adam LeVine. The funniest thing he's ever done to me and this may be fucked up. But he did these commercials that were like really serious where he like walks onto a block screenings. Like I have ADD like just like million suffer from eighty Engstrom it's drew, but it was just like really funny because I was just like says areas, intense boring things bore me. Good luck with your. He performed recently or has hits anyway with a Cardi b. and Kendrick, Lamar. So he's dies, some guesses that could be some guesses on who else will be. Definitely Cardi b.'s come into the Super Bowl. She was like, they're like, can we book you? And she was like, I don't wanna do that kind of work like I don't need to because they don't even super bowl's like a bad gig from what I've heard of everybody's, I feel like they like tried to give it to Kardashian. She was like, I'm better than that. And then they're like, Adam LeVine, can you got are probably when they booked out them, they're like, you know, this happens in comedy. Sometimes they're like, can you get? Can you get Cardi? And he's like, yeah. Right, right. And I'm like, you like, can't. Stand, you're not. They're not paid per se course food and anything like that and travel in a place to stay and will be paid. And by the way they never count Prodi's. When you get paid per diem, you're like beyond Purdue could be a million dollar shore and we're like rehearsal and everything. Yeah, then the exposures, what's worth it? Yes. Maroon five really needs to step up exposure. Again, his name is maroon five name for good. Head. Atta maroon five LeVine. We put up this poll by the way. I thought this was interesting with a new guest, John Murray, and he let slip out that he what we asked them, but still I say, slip out 'cause I would allied being on a show that he's never heard keeping the girl. And I said, what did your publicist Sadie and because this is the one that both him. Right. You said the that you Keith are the bad cop, good cop. Yeah, and they'll be nice in, you'll be me. That's true. And I'm like. So we made that the poll on the floors and we said, who is the good cop heat him. Forty, four percents, Keith as the good cop, six percent. It's rag and you're both last week this, I'll tell you something. I voted that I am. Indeed. The men were like hemmed is pretty harsh on the men, so bad cop. And I see that because if a guest say something stupid or flat out lies can the catches it makes them explain the words. I say, I hear what you're saying. And get you to talk more plus your pushover. I get you to talk more like for example, you're talking about Terry, right? Because you're like, yeah, like interrogation. I'll go, hey, listen, can get rolled up, meet the metoo movement. It has its negatives. Right. Go ahead. That's good. Copy. Hate definitely both going to rest. You want. Yeah. Well, you though. But there is there's someone on the forums who made a good point that I must be the bad cop because I'm always the devil's advocate. And so that's a pretty shitty position to be the devil's lawyer. Although I think all cops are bad. So. It's bad cutback I'd like to think that I do that less like advocate, what? What about this? But I think I don't and I'm doing it now. Those two are so. And this going to play good cop latte, bad cop by myself. I'm just like, are you being good? I don't know because you could have been better. There's only one year younger than me, but I keep thinking like when you're my age, shin. Make excuse that because you're taller. And I think you keep thinking, I'm going to reach your. That's the only thing you could be waiting for all. Yeah, we right. What can the literally grows up. Maybe understand. I keep eating vegetables. I mean, you have Sean Penn. He's on the today show and he's proud. Astronauts show on Hulu and he's there with his female co host, and she's ready to eat her own face when he's explained that the metoo movement was put together to separate men from women. Never mind his past raisin looking so peachy punch Madonna or something. God, Sean Penn is the most boring person in the world to me. Like I feel like if I were like sat next to Sean Penn on somewhere, I would walk away like I, he is, I don't know like it really until to him. Now they keep the keep asking him like they keep asking these actors like what they think, and they know the click, bait that's gonna result. So they like it some ways. It's good because it just like exposes these guys, but also has all of these guys say this shit. It begins like people forget like, oh, was Sean Penn, the piece of shit or was it this other guy like so many dudes. It's like the apologies like there are so many apologies that like people forget half the dudes that were accused in the metoo like moment, resurgence like so, yeah, like they keep asking these actors keeps saying stupid shit, and then it's just like, you know what? Let these old men just like go away like. Please stop ask because it validates their opinion in a way where it's like these are the two sides. The one side is it's the vice. The other side is don't assault people like it's like those aren't the two sides. It's a straw man headline. It's like, what do when people understand how stupid you sound? When you say, were you meet tude? Was this person to, you know, I rose joke like that. I've heard it like walking will be like, get me to browse like at a bar. And then I killed him with my eyes. Good, good. Very proud of the show that we did with Andrea Allan. Louis c. k. returns was the title welcome, and I mentioned, love him right of ham, and I love love love. I mentioned how silly it is to to act like hope. This metoo movement goes away. The words will go away because their words, the metoo has tug will go away because things go way. But what what is it? It's women saying, hey, this is happening to me. This isn't. This isn't a contained thing that's going to last month's two years. This will last forever. That's like if they say, when will the cop movement leave? And it's like, but you're gonna if you keep robbing. What's the way on land? Yeah. I mean, I think with specifically metoo and sexual assault. Something I've been thinking about a lot is that I'm surprised every day I wake up like just furious, but like this is kind of how it goes with like rape jokes and stuff to which I've never said. Don't tell you a rape joke, but if it bombs be like, that's your fault. You know, but people people can acknowledge that men rape. They can even joke about it and they know that that happens, but they don't want to acknowledge that women get raped so they can acknowledge the first thing, but not the second and the metoo movement is about you need to acknowledge the second thing since we know the first thing is true and men don't want that to happen. They want those things to say to stay separate. That's similar to. I think I've recently said, you know, hey, when I go to, let's say someone's hotel room or go back to someone's place I get met with, well, what do you think is going to happen? Don't you know that all these guys are rapists from from from men? Yeah. And from women like men are trash. They're like, evolve ledge. I'm like, oh, men are raping. Oh, again with another woman. Will you just warned me that I would. I will be raped, but I who gets the power to define who gets a second chance who gets to fail like an, it's an fail in the biggest way that you ruin somebody's life or like a reparable harm them. Like, that's what's frustrating to because it's also like these same guys who think that like it might be okay. What cavenaugh did like if a black guy rape somebody, it's like, well, he deserves to be imprisoned for life. No questions asked and it's like, but you know that those are the same things like, but you think that one person deserves no consequences and you think the other person deserves the harshest consequence would no middle ground or even acknowledgement of that. Like the whole thing is so fucked because there's so many levels to it. I think the biggest things knowledge went, like you say, it's not that the rape will ruin my life. It's the cover up and the, you know, because I can get over you robbing me of this. This? Yeah, because I can get over somebody, you know, thieving my house or, you know, this is a thing that is a terrible traumatic time in your life, but you can get over deaths. You can get over rape. You can get over a robbery, but to go, no, you weren't robbed or no, you weren't ill, never to get over it like, 'cause it's ended allows you to have to lie. You are forced to lie for the rest of your life. Because anytime this comes up, you have to tell a different story or you have to be met with all the backlash of your story. So that's that's what the metoo movement I think is about. It's about, like you said going this, this happens to me. That's it. That's it. It's not even we didn't even get to reparations. Yeah, that's what's exhausting though to for me is like just men on all scales of things just like being like oak. I've just been made aware of the problem. Let's figure it out. And it's like, that's been so exhausting about this last year is just like all these dudes who for years, like I've been telling like, because they don't wanna see like that. Like, you know, privilege essentially works as like a Vail. It's been called like, and so it's like, you can't see in, but the people can see out. So the people seeing out are telling you, this is what I see, and the people who can't see in our like does not true. I live in this world to, I don't see it, especially people who think of themselves as very smart, like they're like, I don't see it so like how could it be there? And then now it's like you have this one day, this resurgence where every single woman in your life as posting online. This is what's happened to me or talking you in person. This is what's happened to me now that you bring it up and it took literally all of us speaking all at once for men to go. Okay. I guess I can't deny it. I, I can't deny that that is an everyday thing, you know? Because even if they don't want to deny it, they do. I think we all do in a way. Because we just exist who we are. So when other people tell us about their problems, we're like, okay, okay. Yes, I believe, you know like, so even when they believe you sometimes it's like, now we're in this process of teaching you like what you need to do is listen. What you need to do is actually cut out your creepy friend. What you need to do is you know these small things, and then you have this whole other level of dudes who are just don't want to lose the privilege of men being able to harasser Saul, and they're just like. Like they're the ones like. So there's like different factions of like reactions on like the male side, of course, love marshes, Twitter account, and it's under her name Marsha Belsky, and she, she does a slow back and forth. The guy says, not all men, and she goes your friend day. Why are you? The one thing we're looking at them that's always like at some dude is just being like not all man. You're like, oh, I was actually just talking about your friend, Dave, that's that's why I brought it up. You know, and it's like who's saying all men except for men. Because like when all tweets, something about men like I don't understand why they can't hear or see the implied some as opposed to all because I didn't say I did Joe kill all men as like a baby photo of me with a little speech bubble and like people got some people got upset about that. But ninety percent people under so that it was whole Larry. But when you can get upset at Marshall tweeting a little baby, sing kill all men, not out of nowhere that upset you more than having somebody on the supreme court. That perhaps sexually assaulted a woman, but it does like, yeah, that doesn't cause also, it's funny watching some of these old men panic because it really if you look at any age movie like any John, like they're all super AP. It was just accepted like, and like I said, they didn't see the female victims as the problem. They just said, oh, this is what boys do like the female victims weren't even in the equation. So now these older men are going, oh, my God, like me in every single of ever had had something that could be considered a psalter rape is that gonna ruin my life. We can't have that like they, you know, they essentially thought they get away with it because every single thing in their life told them that they would, but they've always been men who didn't rape does it does it also bothers? It bothers me that the guys that do say like. Oh, okay. This was just brought to my attention. First of all, you know, slow down. You just brought it to my attention that point that you made, but also. Okay. So that's something to think about. Whereas I think the guys new and I talked about in my latest album, but the date when they walk down the street and they yell at you to smile or say, hey, pretty pretty, it's not when they're walking with their mothers. It's as I've been catcalled by men with their kids with their kids different. That's the thing to they're like, dentistry, mom, the I've seen men cat call with the women with women. It's actually that's like the worst because you're just like I wanna grab her and be like, do you wanna stay at my place like you. Male employees end his life. What does the woman do literally? Does she have her smile? I mean, that's the thing too is like there are different things like where it's like it's it's not a compliment and also it has it can have to do with power dynamic. So that's like a nuance thing to where it's like sometimes men who feel like they don't have power can kind of like, you know, reach out different ways like that can be fucked up. So like I think like it's, yeah, it's hard because like some guys new, but the problem is, is that you know badmin- no, and they, they know how much they have to lose like if and then there's people in the middle who don't realize they do some bad because every guy does it, how can it be bad? And then there are good guys who think will I would never do that. There's no chance at all. These other men that I'm friends with are. So that's like to me like the three camps. That's all be dividing the prisons. Is bad, bad, decent, bad and good, but unaware. Funny, I do remember my dad was a big flirt, and it never bothered my mom and I always, but I took it as a positive thing like, oh, you could like he doesn't mean it. You know what I mean? And and then I don't know. I can't tell looking back. Did he need to do that? You know what I mean? And then also looking back, it's hard for me to look back because memory can I possibly retain this and I wasn't around him all the time, but he would flirt with women as a way of talking. I think once I started talking to men, I only flirted with them kind of really get the information or get get, and I had to. I had to slowly take that away from the way that I speak because I thought this isn't a big deal. This is just the way to hold a tent like they won't be even listening if I don't add a little bit of this, so true. Yeah, it's true. And it's it's hard to know the nuance of like, what's okay. What's kind of fine versus like what really is kinda like something deeper. It's like in my family. It's like, you know, figure it with practice, not that confusing because it is. It is at first because you're just like, I'm not going to get what I want. If I don't put this on this and it's true, it's absolutely true. There are certain guys if I have a meeting with them, if I don't turn it on. A little bit. I'm not going to get what I want, but there's another guy that I can and just talk normally with that person. So I am taking some things out of my business because of it, but I have to be okay with it. Yeah. Like it's like those little dynamics. Sometimes you'll think about me, like, is this up and then it's like, might do like I would. He would always like comment on like women or something. And then it was like my mom and my aunt would kinda comment on men too. So I was like, okay, I think it's fine. And then eventually I was like, I don't really wanna hear what your type I don't really want to think about. My parents would both comment on women, and it would be we'd be watching the news and they would be like, who at this bitch on TV I know we'll do that two of them. My mom, Slade says, women on it and people lose their minds because they're adding so many female announcers, they say, horrific, like Riddick things. Yeah. The as if it's get right as Avs of these women are really flooding your football. Anyway, there is not one pro football female announcer by when there's like there's no one there on. No, they'll be on the field will allow you to say on the field calm down. I want to see on the foul navy in the studio. Why they do that. My mom actually told me this alike male athletes when they would give interviews on the field. It's so loud. You have to lean in really close to the microphone and they weren't leaning in close enough when it was a man interviewing them. So with the woman interviewing them, they're willing to lean in close. And that's why. Oh, yeah. They do. Oh, anytime they have, they're, they're like, there's a reason that serves us place. We're not doing this for the goodness of you, but they're adding more like they are adding more like anchor women on ESPN. There does seem to be like a real effort, but it's always like, you know, when we get twenty percent of something, they're like, that's good enough off, right? They're already overwhelmed. Yeah, we'll, we'll let you comment on the game football today. Part four. In the booth during the live action and be able to handle it. Do you remember love the world they were? Are they called announcers, they were in a studio, and there was one woman amongst them and and it's the same Bantu full conflict bent or any way. Can you just be glad someone could talk about this shit? I mean, really so, and there was this guy and they made mention, I forget who started. They made mention that he doesn't look at the female and he's like, that's right. I don't because I'm gonna get in trouble with my wife. I don't even know how to the my in Pence. Yeah, look at you. And now it's like, wow, you really genuinely believe that an you believe that you're doing the good guy thing you believe that not looking at this woman will keep you safe from what your cell like, how I've never had to learn to control their Dicks because they've never had to. So they're just like, but like if I see you Matt dick get hard. If my dick gets hard macbrayne Dongguan, no control them alive, skunk it, man. It's like, okay. Well, that's sad. You're an adult. I'm gonna blame on his wife like as long as I don't look at you, I don't get in trouble with. Wife, not as long as I don't look at you. I can control this demon. That's inside of me that I really now that I think about it think I need help force. Can't look at another human being without getting in trouble. Agitating do that. Like every every time a woman comes around, he's like. Baby blinders on t worry. I remember this was a couple of years ago, but a man wrote me in an Email complaining. When I said I was complaining. It's interesting. There's no women calling the shots saying what's happening on the field in the actual booth during a game. The guy rates me like, you idiot this. This woman did it. And I'm like, why do I know that's not true? But I looked at op and she was hired for college game and immediately got fired. And it's like one woman. Okay, cool. Sorry, I didn't know. I should've looked like you're like, yeah, that's like saying, like if a woman like snuck into the army before they were allowed, it's like there are no. Well, actually, maybe that's like a racer too because sometimes there are no female soldiers before this point. It's like, no, they just disguise themselves Twelfth Night style. Do you remember what happened to the first female? Marathon runner? Yes. She got followed by those like pathetic dudes like she got pushed to the guy who has been she. I guess she snuck in 'cause she wasn't allowed because females shouldn't be running, I guess, for that amount. How'd you get away with your with your feet binded? So so he met her in the middle of heat, and I think he was in a truck or something came out of it and tried to push her out physically this video of it because there were people following her video because the big deal with like, no, he fully justified, pushes her while she's running. She's still made it in and I still had good time there. So, I mean, that's the thing. I'm just going to look this way. He gave her break. Yeah, it seriously is like it's, it's sad when you look back because it's so depressing. And it's just like every little thing. It's like. There's always a copy up, but also that's why it's funny because it's like as we do like slowly climb up and like dude, just feel so threatening. You hear this like, well, I guess you can't get booked unless you're like not straight white guy anymore. It's honestly the straightway I know who are funny like, do fine and the street white guys, I know who are talented like will always do find because they have mentors and people. You know, like it's like some like we can help each other out like they see it as such a threat when like, well, if I have to try hard, not to book your kind you doing all right, or doing five to be superman. Fuck. We'd like five white guys on this week. I got a mindfully think of somebody else and it's it's not my, I think it's because this whole like they'll be like just a lot of like even like all here, straight white guys are like, it's like white people being like white people to try to detach themselves from like, but so it's like they do that. Two or it's like now it's become such a thing to be like a straight white men and it's like nobody I know who actually cares about this stuff feels that way because it's the system of straight white men. It's the individual dudes. You don't like you're not like, you know what I mean, like your. It's not just like sometimes people just like go off on somebody like, and you're like, you're not helping things like he's like, I don't know. So that's like I don't book them any strike is on my show just because that's how it's happened. And like I booked people who like I wanna help out and like sometimes that's a straight white dude. Sometimes it's not and like people who like talk shit like, and you're just like, there's like one show. We book women and gay men and gay women and like everybody who's not like an like by non binary. Like it's like the deal. You say the word like a lot because you hate everything and you're trying. I don't even think about it when I say like anymore. It's bad, but it's how I it's like just say, you're bringing up a Cavanaugh brick Cav enough faces allegations that he sexually assaulted a girl when both were teens more than three decades ago. It's impossible to miss the parallels between the Cavanaugh and Thomas confirmation says Anita hill. You remember her, of course sixty two. Now famously accused Thomas Clarence Thomas of picking up a soda when she picked up a soda can ask who put this pubic hair on the coke. You demo- v it's the HBO movie confirmation VC net eight. So mazing I was pacing anger. It only came out twenty five years too late for the public. Understand what happened. So you know, let's give because he didn't just do the cocaine thing. It's like a very familiar situation where it's like he wants guys get obsessed and he he wanted to date her. And when you don't give even like a slightly flirty like if you don't give the attention back, there's a disrupted entitlement there. And that's. So I think the he did to her is like he was like, how dare this beautiful woman? I'm attracted to not exist for my sole purpose and do like freak out like that is a great, great phrase, disrupted entitlement. I think that makes so much. Disrupt. Oh, you see it on street tastes mile and you just you didn't say anything. You simply didn't give the man what he wanted. All of a sudden, what's the word that's well or yet case bitch, worst-case murdered. Right? Somebody made this point. Do you know? You know, if you're a, you have these male comic saying, women, you know. Next call right. You know, I had this crazy woman, my life bubble, blah, this crazy chick bubble, blah. You don't hear the women saying about crazy guys because they're dead. Funny. Like a murder joke. It's like, oh, we can't tell rape jokes. You can tell murder jobs. You can tell rape jokes, you just have to. I was talking about like simil- has this joke that I thought was so funny, I forgive it was, but it was like about like rubies and stuff, and I was like, see, that's the thing. It's like it doesn't matter who you are. Like if you tell a joke, that's funny and that the punchline isn't like, 'cause fuck women raped them. The nobody gives a shit like. Nita hill said today, the public expects better from our government than we got in nineteen ninety one when our representatives performed in ways that gave employer's permission the mishandle workplace harassment complaints throughout the following decades that the Senate Judiciary committee still lacks a protocol for vetting sexual harassment and assault claims that surfaced during a confirmation hearing suggests that the committee has learned little from the Thomas haring much less the more recent metoo movement. Well, people keep saying that that they haven't learned, but why would they have learned? They got what they wanted? Why would what? What would have taught them the lesson they have changed their tactics at all because why would they they won absolutely fix what's broken to them. They're like, well, it worked the first time. Let's see if it works again. They don't care if you hear your husband say, why is this woman professor for going after Cavanaugh years later for attention. You are you legally allowed the fuck your husband's friends. In my opinion yet right up to call me on the signal that I give all women to reach me so I can come in for attention. She had to move out of her house because death threats or Email hack, we'll win. Is there ever been attention that paid off for the woman? Maybe maybe they're confused by the attention that they're getting like suddenly they're interviews. Have you know interviews suddenly they are being interviewed? Suddenly? There's an actual question the interview also, I think I think they know it's bullshit, but I think I think they say shit and try and set the terms of debate, but they know it's bullshit. So they say she wants a tension so that people talk about that instead of like, I think that glove isn't sometimes. Yeah. I mean, I think they're evil, so it's like some Republicans are smart and evil, and then there's don't. I saw Roseanne Barr on the doctor ause interview, which by the way guys a medical doctor, right? Not to bring. Yeah, it was the start of his ten season as close pairing. What is he usually interview only talks about the how to keep your asshole clean. Right? Isn't he an accused Perv he's he's got a terrible reputation of being a charlatan charlatan like he sells fake products. That kind of thing I didn't. I don't know about Schill a Schill if you will. Yeah, Charlotte into old. I like Charlotte now. Perfect. So she was on and the, you know the talking about her. Why is she gonna apologize? 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 disregard that, which is very difficult, which I learned recently is that I could say I would never do it in a hating, never because there could be a world where I do take the wrong Ambien and whatever and do something stupid. But that's not that that would never be my intention doesn't mean that it would never be somebody else's intention is very, very difficult for me now. So the fact that people do not they didn't see doodle. They came from a place where they wanted to hurt. Someone is so difficult for me to sit in and state, but it's like it's not a one time thing. She harasses. She harassed patent Oswald after his wife died. She sent a tweet back them because they were disagreeing politically like, y'all will your wife like this like and just like really awful stuff like and she is she harassed a all sorts of people, grieving people, grieving parents, like she is like a monster leg, and then that was not enough. And then it was this one tweet people see ABC because that's studios worked too. Like they look at your Twitter probably like five weeks down like these are fine. And then it'd be like now. It's not the first time. Like I said, it's not the first time she used the the monkey or eight term to describe little black woman. So what? What? Why didn't Dr as it and bring that up? I don't know in the why. Why are you going the mental health angle if you didn't have a problem with your own tweet you hit? I don't know. They take so clever. I guess people think they're so smart not they think they're the victim, right. I mean the, I guess the interview would have been literally two minutes long. Here's what my tweet meant. The yen she goes. She goes doctor ause. Thank you by the way you asked me what it might tweet me. You're the first person to MSA really because you've a YouTube channel. We just found that, but nobody asked you what you meant. Nobody asked you for that tweet either. Sometimes we say, shit right now need to be asked what you meant. Now you might be hearing me. They can keep you don't have a wife. How can you even respect women? But I have sisters and I do have a mom so I can kinda respect them and understand that. Maybe it's too much. Sometimes when you have Julie Chen, we mentioned the other day, the wife of less moon Moonves sign off on big brother. For the first time. She's ever done this by saying, thank you for watching. Goodnight. I'm Julie Chen moon vase. That's not a slap in the face to all the victim. I have a question for show about this because this is the thing that that's mammals may brain a little bit. The wives of these guys is very controversial in my own brain solely because it's it's, it's hard like, yeah, it's hard for me to look at a guy who has been so fucked up to women and not think his wife is victim. Number one, she's getting the most. And if he's that mean to those women, he's like at least ten times, maybe a hundred times meaner and she's got Stockholm syndrome and is responding from that place, but also is not helping and actually hurting everything. So where do we? Where do we draw the line of this is a victim of this same person, but she's also because to me when I see a Hasidic Jews Lega early, I, I look at their children and I fucking grieved for them in my brain and people. You shouldn't assume that about the weight. Isn't that go? No, there is no world where you are covering up those children in that woman and and you can't convince me that it's. Not an abusive system as a system Hasidic Jews. I am putting it all out there. A couple of people have nice marriages because they one woman happens to like being that you know as a personality, but most people you just forcing into this. I feel like these women are forced into these positions in one way or another and then but then you know, that doesn't the new slap in the face. I was extremely upset with MRs Jerry. So how does punch does a punch not slap you in the face and women stay with those guys too? I think it's to me, it's the same thing, like all this media than stay with the guys, but don't come on TV and say, how great? Well, I think it's a few things. I think it's hard with the cycle of victim and abuser because it's like if someone gets molested as a kid and then they molest somebody as an adult, like thinking specifically like a Catholic priest or something. Does that mean that the victim of the person who's also a victim is not a victim? No, that's like the same with this woman. In Asia, our Gento like who people were like, oh, well, she was like a victim of the me too movement, but now she's an abuser. Does that invalidate? No, it doesn't invalidate anything. And so it's like with the women who stand by their husbands specifically, it's hard because there's both where you wonder if they're victim, but they do also exert power and agency to abuse others, and I know it into just stay in their mansion. Think about it sometimes like I do play devil's advocate of my mind. Like, I think people maybe think I don't like I do think about like people are falsely accused or like people who if I found out, like if I was dating a guy for like years, and then you find out that he did something super fucked up in the past. Like, what do you do in? It's like, I think that like obviously, I would separate or ask, but then it's like, do you believe them like there is a lot of hard questions in this stuff, and people really liked to come down on the wives because. They want to beat up the women in the equation because they feel like they have no power to reach the men. Well, there's also this other place of we have. We have other people in jail other than rapists, we have the thieves we have white collar crimes, blue collar crimes. We've a lot of different goes Astles at those midway games there rig. Well, I was just gonna say, real. I think that it's like, that's all true. But like that also like you can still knowledge that these women like she has power, and she is using it to further abusing silence victim. So that is true. And if it comes out later, if it's true that she's a victim, I think that those two things like we have to just kinda valuate, you know, both together and separate where it's like both are true. It's a lot of people are kind of like, well is this is that and it's like both are true, you know, she could be a victim, but it also doesn't take away that she is helping an abuser enabling an abuser and might be an abuser herself. A picture sees this Julie Chen Moonves. Then he tries to make a move that night and she's a going. Yeah. I mean, that's the thing. Like how fucking frustrated be build a partnership with somebody. Women are taught stand by your man, you know? And so then you're just like, well, I'm gonna fucking sick with the sky. Even if you're Cosby's wife is answering the phone to women calling, you know like so, yeah, we're supposed to stand by them. If they rape us, they, you know there's a and it's boys. Louis boys there probably like maybe he did do it, but that's just how men are because that's how they've been taught men. She understands us more than you do sorta thing. And I think that's what we're fed also and feel so good to cure that sometimes and you have to be like, no, that's not to change it in your own brain. And like even. I'm able to get some of the privilege of men by working this system like by flirting by by giving them a little bit of what they want. But those that I take on that responsibility and I try to, you know, go round so fucking off. Goodness, it clearly this conversation is me at like part is now one hundred percent time. I try and start out really fun. I try and banter with somebody by the end. I'm like, yeah, speaking of child abuse. It's really bad to say. I saw the movie with those up. It's yellow had a puppet Peking on my God. That was so funny, the burner. Anything like puppets sexual orientation? Bullshit. I've seen avenue KIO let's net drew safe. So what she's talking about is Mark Saltzman was a writer for Sesame Street and Bert, internee specifically saying, I always felt that without a huge agenda. When I was reading Burton Ernie, they were gay. I didn't have any other way to contextualized them though. He happens to be gay. Also. This is why that started that the writer of Bernie said that they were gay, then that game mazing then very, let miss piggy used to hit on what frogger what's his face all the time. And she would sexually harass him. We knew she was straight as problematic. Saltzman added the relationship between Bernie merit, his relationship with his longtime partner on, no, you wanna say on, then you think about two beds. That sad died in two thousand three, but that's interesting. Ernie Arnold. Honestly, like think about how hard it would have been to be like a gated in a committed relationship at that point in time. And then you have this thing where you're like kind of subtly sending a message to other people like it's not weird to like now. It's funny because it wouldn't be where to all like I'm going to have probably like a female roommate until I'm like thirty five, like all the dudes. I know live with dudes like not even anything like sometimes their gaze, sometimes they're straight like, you know, but what did Bernie do for a living because they weren't comic. So why are these grove adults? That's actually a really, really good point and a sick burn. That's fair. I probably wouldn't feel. To ruin. It's if I wasn't. I. So Arnie is the Bert character Arnie had OCD would create friction in the house, and that's the way he felt that dynamic between the Burton Ernie would go, of course, you know, Ernie was the jokester muppet. That's what I had in my life and Burton Ernie the burner relationship. How could it not permeate? The things that would took off Arnie wouldn't be the things would be the things because me would be the things that would take up. Bert, Sesame Street says, puppets do not have any sexual orientation ain't panic. They're like whereabout to lose all are Christians. This cannot happen like they freaked. God that's Frank is is the main guy behind the the Muppets. It seems Mr. Mark Saltzman he wrote on Twitter was asked of Burton. Ernie are gay. I soon as you start with Mr. Saltzman I'm like, what you have not been calling Mr. Saltzman this whole time, it's fine that he feels that they are l. boy, they're not of course, but why the question doesn't really matter why the need to the fine. People as only gay that somebody who sees straight people in the media all the time where they're like, why this need to label people gay? It's like because we have nobody likes. We need our heroes even if it's Burton earning, please, there's much more to a human being than just straightness or gain this. Yeah, we know one of the stick up is asked one was a little jokester. We know there's other things to them. Yeah, we've been college in other things about Burton Ernie. Also, the implication that's like how a lot of people think unfortunately about characters in general, is that if it's a character's gay, then that's their defining attribute. That's how they're describing the script. That's how Papa. And so it's like then that takes away from everything else Bernie are and it's like, it shouldn't. Right. What is matter if they're, I don't know, why didn't I have to come out to my parents and say, yeah, like does matter. Yeah. Having seen love Simon, it matters this person, Tom rates. Why are they not not arguing us? Just wondering. He said he wrote it from that point of view and Franks's I created Bert. I know what in. Who he is. Do you know what size Dickey as you didn't even begin to think about it, but you put a shirt on him earth l. let's to win you. So when you're dressing up your dolls, do you think about, are they wearing stripes? Did you think about what size head is? It's okay. The puppet version of like it's cool, but just like not around me. Why do you throw that in my FIA this person read rights, you may have created him Frank, but you don't seem to realize appreciate that what he means to thousands of little boys growing up you digging in your heels wrongly, conflicting romantic orientation was sexual orientation with what seems like disgust is what's disappointing and France's. So having straight people, you would never be like that sexual, keep it off the TV, but gay people kissing is like sex or even just the idea of them being together as seen a sexual again, miss picky was downright inappropriate. Yeah, she was like she was. Yeah, she Ernie were just partners. She was physical about it and he was not. Into it. They should be able to fuck on Sesame Street, though. Bernie should be allowed to be horny on their like for real should be both sexual in romantic. How should fuck. So remember this is a, maybe I confused the situation that not. I didn't give us a situation, but these this is Sesame Street as opposed to them up. It's an it makes me think of that new movie. It's getting terrible reviews. All right. Okay. Happy time. Merge. Piggy on both or criminals on both? Not right. No, I don't think they crossover like that, but so Kermit and miss piggy Muppets. Sorry against us. Mr.. Earning, didn't Frank Oz also create them up it. So I still think it doesn't matter because in whatever puppet show or muppet show, you always have a wedding. At some point you always have. You'll always have not like sex, but you have Vermont, sexual orientation come out. And so when it straight, you don't even realize. So I doubt that nothing on his show so showed straight love. No, I don't know if this picture was faked, but there is a thing going round the internet where it literally showed miss piggy pregnant, getting married to Kermit, but will let me tell you this. So you are right Franco's he performed. He performed the muppet characters of MS pig Fosse bear animal Sam, the eagle in the muppet show and cookie, monster, Bert, in Grover in Sesame Street. Yeah, yes. So he did work on no. Traded? No, so cool dude. Well, tell me more. You seem awesome, right? This person writes his their name as nam if you aren't discussed what he cares so much about this come on Frank, say, I hate the gays. It's right there. Man come on say quickly that because that gives the other side, this exclusive like like an, it's like, that's obviously what we're thinking, but it's not that he, he probably doesn't like quote unquote hate gay people because they don't even realize like they're just like, no, I just know that extent comfortable and it's like, yeah, like because you hate yourself. You probably wanted to fuck dudes at one point and you didn't and that sad for you. I think a lot of it is uncomfortable. I used to feel more uncomfortable watching to Deutz kissing than two women, and I think it's because you associate kissing with this gentle like you associate romance? Yeah. You socio with feminine energy on their masculinity and so it. It just seemed like to dudes doing female things. And it's almost like in straight couples, the dude is doing it. 'cause the w-. Woman is there, so he's allowed to be soft around. Yeah, they're like the woman is the excuse to be emotional. That's had to get over that myself. Even though I I, I wasn't homophobe well, I guess that's a form of homophobia, right? But it wasn't anti homosexual stuff. I wasn't. You know, I never understood why we're so involved in in this, you know, just kind of, I don't know what's bothering people about it, but that would kind of go. I feel myself and went to you in that moment without giving you one second and just go, you hate the gas. Like it's like, that's what's hard because internalized that like, fuck guys like genuinely like who care. Fuck this guy like he's definitely has problems like he's definitely homophobic, but it's like also like, don't even give him that, like, you know what I mean? Just like like, I don't like to yellow to do you hate women. I like to, like you said, let him tell on himself. Let him just keep going 'til on himself like you don't have to. Because then he can just go, I don't hate gays period and then people go, you doesn't who'd goodies. And it's like then the whole conversations done and it's like, 'cause you kinda do. So let's explore that Mike, you know this right to go Frank. Let's explore. Right? Come over one day. Let's get some coffee and let me talk to you. Berkner near gay. You're wrong seventy four years old. Is there an age cutoff where there's no point try? No, I don't think so. Because like honestly, this is what I think people use all sorts of things as excuses I'm too old to change. It's like, you know what I know old white men who are. Okay. Like obviously I'm not going to sign a fucking letter for them, like if the something comes out, but like you know, like I, I've seen people who have actually made the change through their actions, not their words. They're not going around calling themselves feminists. They're doing the work, they're listening, they're actively not getting defensive or feeling threatened when they feel privilege leaving in small spaces because that's after haven't see. Like if you lose your privilege, you're always gonna feel like you're deprived if you're getting six things and also in your getting four, you're not thinking that somebody else is getting too when they used to get zero. You're just like I deserve six. So like I do know guys who have thought through that who have made the. Effort. So all these other guys can suck my dick like it's like you can do the work like you can. You can do it. I don't care hold. You are like what I noticed able I noticed around forty people make the decision to be older, not to be old. That's so true to and it's it's, we'll do it now at like twenty five m people always did it around twenty five also because I remember being twenty three and going what if I even accomplished that quarter life, the calling it, the corps, life crisis. But it's very specific to being around twenty five and it's different, super American do or it's just like, oh God, what do I have to show? Yeah, hyper from yeah. Like, oh, I've had this amount of time out of college and people thought I was super-duper now the ordinary because I'm getting older for whatever. That's a different thing around forty. What I noticed now that we've been podcasting for thirteen years, we've watched people get into their forties, and so I'm always nervous getting someone on who hasn't been on for a few years and has recently been around four. Eighty because you will see they're still kind of holding onto ten years ago and the jokes and the kind of banter that they would have or they've been enlightened and they're moving forward in the same thing happens with technology is, oh, that's for them. All. You just decided to be old in this capacity and now you're making that move. And I remember my parents going like my mother, a major thing she used to say in Hebrew is like a, the age does its thing. And every time she said that, I'm like, oh, you gave up on that topic, right? So it's like I'm forty two at my age. My mom had a twenty. I was twenty one, and so I would. She was already old. She did all this shit and I'm riding my bike to work and I'm being active and she goes, oh, you know, I can't lose weight weight as quickly. Your body has changed because you know age does it stain, and I go, well, bicycling does its thing to and running. Does it stink too, and yoga does it stink too. And and so when you start key, when you keep looking for that line, you are picking the road. So at the fork of the road which is around forty your picking, I decided that learning is very difficult and it requires a lot of action and a lot of like uncomfortable. Imagine learning you gotta learn Tinder, all of a sudden it's uncomfortable, and then it is whatever it is for you say some oboe. It's not that hard. If you're consistent with it, it's sit down and study. I really don't. But you also have a group of people every day? No, I think I think this helps. I think that you specifically this is actually a giant intervention. I think you specifically if you went another road and you were maybe another podcast and we booked different people in if if we kept booking, you know the people who are turning forty, who are Adam Karol on every app. You're learning different shit. But when I have fifty fifty people, I guess not because you're staunch let's say Republicans, they don't seem to be artists. You know the, but you know the undercover Bros. the the women who still throw women under the like certain kind of sense of humor. Certain kind of, you know, setting your own ways. Certain kind of when somebody says some stupid on the show like it hits me right away when a guesses. I hate this new way talking in the word triggered, why did you just say something so stupid to me, that's like, I don't even get mad because I'm like, oh, that's sad that you're that boring like it's like, is that your Antic? Is that your go-to anecdote is that you're mad about people saying triggered like, that's what I hear that Goto joke itunes from men comedians about trigger Joe Rogan special. They're like all triggered. I'm like, you're cooled it or even love to me seems to be the participation trophy. And this turns this generation into you think you don't have to try to tell you some. I was in soccer. All right. We all got the participation trophy. I still knew I was bad. I still still gave the ball the Mike. Living. Good. I didn't go to chick and go, hey, I'm on the winning team. You wanna fuck numb to find Mike Lynn, good. We're. Really because we all have orange wedges. I must be just as good as the good. Yeah. Talat was like Brock got to license the PD one. I need it in like me. Okay. Sorry, guys, you know, was just telling me about his kid and they were invited to do this thing to showcase the reading or readers in in their grade or whatever. And he's like, dope. My daughter read so much. He's about to get knowledged for, you know, just what she's into when what she spent her time on he goes, it was sucked. Fucking bullshit. Everyone got the same amount and he said, like in these soccer games in these things, he goes, there is not one kid who doesn't know what the score is. The parents know what the score is, and I'm like, oh, are they really keeping track? He was yet everyone at the end even when they don't keep score. Everyone at the end knows who won and by how much of from from the code keeps score. I mean, it's like that. Yeah, it goes too far. That's the problem is like. Some people take it too far. And then most of us just don't give a shit. It's like give the kid, a participation, trophy. Keep score, who cares like become sane, right, don't work. Yeah, keep Americans are still gonna know who want a new at the end of any situation. Any conversation? Any text? I know these, you can't even who wanna war. Well, that's true. But I do think you're not giving the kids an opportunity to say, hey, good game. Even though I lost to be a good loser to be a good honor. I agree with that is that you have to learn how to lose any up to learn how to win. Yeah, to give credit to to not say nanna foofoo because you're gonna be in a room full of people interviewing for the same job, and you will have to shake the hand of the person that got the job that you want. Because later you might have to work with them and the world, and you have to not be little bitch about it. Competition should teach, but it's like no competition leads to this that and the next your fucking asshole. About like teach your kids that you could be a fucking asshole about it. A lot of people are. At like, it goes so far in both directions because you have the super competitive parents that are like truly abusive to their like athletic kids, you know? And then you have like the other scale, the who was the guy fell. The Seinfeld documentary that was is real asshole in that movie. It wasn't. It wasn't about ornie Adams. So I just happened to see him through a standard show and he started with this bullshit about participation trophies. I literally filing act so simple. It's so stupid. It's an airport, humor this point. And is it because everyone's got ADD, are you right? Is he ironically upsetting? Never got a participation drove and that everybody is he not understand. He is getting a participation trouble being on stage right. There are people who are like that was actually, I saw somebody. I wish I remembered who tweet about the Roseanne thing where this is a big problem too, is that Roseanna and her first show. Oh, she like has this thing where she hits one of the kids and then the whole episode is about the cycle of abuse and how she doesn't want to abuse and how she was abused and how she doesn't wanna hit her kids because she was hit. And then in the reboot, in one of the first episodes, she says, the problem is people don't hit their kids anymore. That's where I remember that I the disconnect is now these people who were like potentially abuse, it was it was I, I don't think that I know anybody in like my parents intermission that wasn't smackdown by their dad, at least once like or their mom. And it's like, so then it was so like accepted that. Then like at first they're like, that's horrible. I don't wanna do that to my kids. So then some of them don't do it to their kid and some of them do. And then they're like, well, I was hit. And so like if your kid's on hit, he's brat and it's like, I know some kids who were hit though, were still brats, and I know kids who weren't hit that were like, I think it's like, you know, it's abuse. It's like, let's just not once just if we know shouldn't once just not right you though. Right? We're going to send one award funny changes. This is again what I tell you every time about a party. I end up being like the war. The wars are mad. Let's discuss like flirt. I'm just like, gosh, you can follow. Call the Marsh on Twitter at Marsha Belsky. Can I plug something to this is what I'm doing. Oh, sorry, doing I trust them to let them speak happening right now. I overcompensate by never looking at knowledge in them in any way and always speaking over them. Tell me about the Handmaid's tale musical, we'll of course it's going to be that Handmaid's tale, the musical. We wrote a parody of the Margaret Atwood novel and Hulu TV series, and it's really cool. It set in twenty Twenty-eight Brooklyn. So it's kind of like these are the girls that you know if they were like taking in. But like also if the commanders were like park slip dads, so like just kind of like what it would look like an our world we have, it's a parody of the show. So like women characters is Rory Gilmore because Alexis Bledel plays like this really dark character, and you're kind of like, oh my God, like they cut off Oregon morts. Click the like it's really like disturbing, but we made it people always like such a hard line to walk. It's so dark. It's like not really because we give the Handmaid's like voice. That's what makes it funny as it's us girls being like. This actually sucks. Like if we're being on us being a Handmaid's like not cool. And so we have done a few shows. It's been really like fun. Fun and successful, and we're going to be at the Kennedy Center in DC on Tober twenty-seventh as part of the Benson ball festival, which is with brightest young things and Tig Notaro I believe. And yeah, we have an eight o'clock show that sold out and we have a ten o'clock show that I think has like fifty tickets left. So get those tickets if you wanna come and it's gonna be really fun. And then we're also going to be at the cutting room in New York City on November eighth, just literally cutting ourselves heading ourselves for the revolution, but now it's been. It's been really fun because I, I've always wanted to write a musical and it's a full musical. It's an hour and a half. It's like a full musical parody. And hopefully we don't get sued musical, I can stomach. There you go. I went, it was so good. Yeah, you did you come to the caveat show or the bell house? The bell house? Yeah, those were really fun too. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it was so packed we, the people were sitting. Everywhere. On the state. You can't tell who's an act. That goes going to stand up swats we wear bonnets. Okay. Everybody have a great weekend on Monday. We'll, you know, we'll be fair. We'll talk about what's wrong with women. Minutes show. That's it. Thank you very much. Jhom.

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Carolla Classics: Sad Cherry Pie, ACS Staff Ruins Celebrity Apprentice, Dana Gould and Greg Fitzimmons Together

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Carolla Classics: Sad Cherry Pie, ACS Staff Ruins Celebrity Apprentice, Dana Gould and Greg Fitzimmons Together

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. We serve almost three million patients seven thousand healthcare providers and every single hospital in the Hudson valley, we're dedicated to partnering with every healthcare team to securely connect them at no charge with instant access to the information. They need to provide the best possible care medications, allergies lab reports medical histories and more. We are the Hudson. Valley's health information exchange health, like New York now powered by healthy connections. And welcome to another addition of cruel classics for April six two thousand nineteen. Thank you so much for tuning in. This is the show where we will highlight the best of the atom cruel show over the last ten years. My name's Chris locks. Monica -secutive producer of the Adam Corolla show along with Karol archivists superfan Giovanni. Good morning, everybody. Good morning to you GO. Now, if you are enjoying the show just wanna remind you to check out Kroll classics, the podcast that's different feed from the anchor show feed, and we'll be posting extra content. In fact, we putting up a new podcast tomorrow the onus bonus episode, and you wonder if you want to request clip Email classics, Adam Cole dot com or tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio or at Chris locks, and let us know what you wanna hear on Kroll classics. Now this first clip GIO where we got. Of mount Kroll show, six thirty seven featuring Jordan Rubin. Alison Rosen and Brian Bishop. This is from twenty eleven there's a new story about the death of janey lane, the lead singer warrant, and they premier a slowdown version of cherry pie by rich banks, which was just featured in the banks bracket madness. The March madness bracket of all rich baked songs dating back the radio show, and this is actually a fan request from McKenzie. He wants to request a clip where January and died explains that lead singer awards died amd as a tribute to him as a strip club DJ. He's done a couple of times. But the original was the best thanksgiving. Good work. Thank you, Alex. Hope you enjoy. Kate stage for. Frontman janey lane change. In a comfort inn hotel room and Woodland Hills Thursday night list, forty seven initial. Oughta initial topsy results were inconclusive and toxicology reports are underway lane. Head battled addiction for years. Volcan prescription pills were found at the death scene. Rich banks. Tend over trivial pursuit, J cries. May wonder why I'm wearing my black warn shirt. Classy lady. Two keys. The J say four four J unskilled me man here. Amateur nine. It's Monday nights to lady. Which grin and. Linden excuse me. Switch antenna states four. Shape of Sharm, just myself. Santana stage three j just go bad. Now, put your. Appreciate solid. Screaming stream. We I gotta believe if. Even. Evanger here, right? He much y'all stand up make it rain about now. The tip of janey next twenty minutes half, awful shampoo, mini bottles. It's what again. Prices are so cheap paired classy lady don't have champagne room Shimpei over. Chew been sued by region of France. So it's actually sparkling. All our lowers. Are let's say. Everyone light a candle. I stuck it through paper play area. Businessman's lawn. Business as buffet. For when you're feeling happy. Boy. Nice sham. Rich Manx sad. All right. We're back Chris geo here, and that was beautiful geo- show it to a stirring, Schiff you and the sex one is also string tribute, but four one Hewlett Houser. Now, this one is a cool because if features both Dana Gould and Greg Fitzsimmons Crozier favorites in the studio together for Madame cruel show nine nine nine. Dana Gould, breakfast Simmons. Alison Rosen Brian Bishop this from January twenty thirteen it's great to hear both comedians in the studio the same time, they actually add to bits, and they make it funnier out of mass Dana about the death of Hugh Houser and data shares his perspective, and how people lit up in blue Twitter telling him about it or course already knew which they quickly transitioned to evil knievel and then Greg in Adams riff on evil and some of his movies for the rest of the flip. It is hilarious. So cool have them back together on the. Tenure diversity show. And this is kind of the magic the first time in joy. Dana you magic you. I I know you'll house when you're heroes pass. I know. I know if it's feed to light up. Mine too KCET Email being asked me if I wanted to write like memoriam to heal for their website. Have you heard what I did? I'm not sure maybe I said to step back off that maybe just let the man have his. Yeah. Sure, I said he was a listing murderer but he loved trails. What am I going to say got a little dark couldn't Dana took it a dark direction? He got he got he was an Entertainment Weekly. Yeah. Look, he was a lovely person. He's a lovely guy. He's like roller coasters, mother fucker. Can't be me. You got by the way. I this this shit was so funny. We well. I don't think we will not stop doing not. Can be in heaven you? Hey, blanking clocks, not started teen. The now. Let's see what you've got under there. Your hand. Historical fact that I was shot in the head data goal. What you're saying? You're saying two things one is you're saying if you'll Hauser's mind was blown by Manute. Oh factory in the San Fernando Valley. Yes. Wait till he gets heaven, and he hangs out with Kennedy and Jimi Hendrix and. Yeah, I'll every luminary that's ever lived, right? And actually gets the talk every straight luminary stray lamented ever live. But what I envisioned happening is that he would be like JFK, Bobby Kennedy Elvis Presley, Martin Luther King Jimi Hendrix sitting around leaning against an apple tree having a chat he'll walk by. And then he goes, oh my God. Look who it is. That's publa- Rotondo. He was the man who originally thought to sweep up a trail with a brew and just blew all, right? He'd see Doug Haning in jumpsuit, Doug, dead infirm, that I'd be nice aid, see Elvis, he's not say evilness jumpsuits eve Doug is dead. The problem with Doug Doug, had a jumpsuit. He had one. That magic. Evil evil is the is the bad assets of the three. Well, here's the thing about evils jumpsuit, he it was a necessary evil, pardon the pun. I mean, they're they're kind of like this guy who ride around in the cycling outfits, but they're not really sponsored by Shinzan's or anything and they're fat. And you don't need to be in that he needed a leather jumpsuit for business. It was part of his business. It's recommended right? When you're gonna hit the floor of the astrodome at ninety miles an hour. It's nice to be wearing more than just like some boxer Braves. No pants and a shirt, the pants are coming off their shirt is working with the say hold road rash. And he got that in a big way in leather or leathers like guys you wrote bikes back then more leathers like you had to because you're going to at some point meet the pavement. But he was really his job was having spectacular crashes in success. He was a failure. Yes. He read. That's exactly right. That's right. I couldn't put a better. Right. I couldn't put a better as he at his peak. It was just near deaf exercise after near. Yes. Really the Andy dick of motorcycle. Yeah. Never thought about a kid my neighborhood who was a little off and he on Halloween every Halloween. Greg jump in. Yeah. That was you. Are you serious? Yeah. I'm no one wanted to say anything. But when you're talking about that kid and your neighborhood. It was a little off. Yeah. That was you wait. I'm so off that I talk about myself in the third per-. You don't know your that kid in the neighborhood? It was a little off. Now, there may have been another kid who was a little less off the story about the kid. I meant okay. Yeah. Yeah. No. When I say three about maybe off. I just bark. I tell the story in bar this used to dress up and he would do a stunt every Halloween like he would jump over trash cans on his BMW. He was true to form. Face a BMX by and he would fall and crash, and we and they used to charge us their tickets. And it was like it was like a fuck and encyclopedia Brown's quarter to get a ticket. And the hardest part was that nobody would really pay like three people would pay a quarter and everybody else they're going gonna do. And then he'd fall on his face. And it was very probably he's probably working in a jumpsuit right now, picking up trash great, my favorite part of those crashes. There's silence before the first vocal expression of pain because they're out of breath. And you know, what's happening is that their brain is calculating how much pain there in. So. Yeah. Shuts down all the we can't talk. We're working on this right now. So you just. Oh, yeah. The upgrade lag time if you've ever seen the video of the woman falling wine. Yeah. There's like foot stamping grapes like football. When you go down. There's some drama that every every Mississippi that goes by is a bigger ovation. When you stand up your evil, knievel try, and you go down the astrodome floor if you spring up. Golf clap. That's right. It can all my fan. Then there's the ones where he would insist on talking that was the best one where it go to Frank Gifford giving. Talk about himself, and that you have seen evil knievel jump his sorry attempt to jump his last double decker bus the devils. Eckerson london. Every once in a while, he would get into kids and drugs and dope. And it was just fucking actually because he had a thousand perks. That's a half bottle check Daniels going through his veins at that particular time, but he was like kids smoke dope. Evil. Knievel doesn't want you in his scramble scramble. Graham. We have we have the the falling off of the thing. Right here this buckets filled with grape. It's kind of great. The most useful. Actually when an overnight saying, choose reading. Yes. Condone deal here. There's a contest to stop. And how are you measuring? Who does the best dumping the most juice? Right said, but it's not the only thing you can do measuring cups are below right down go there defying gravity if you win. And what's going on here? And spend the day listening to live better. All the fun of it. How? Funny. Oh. No. She says like the little doll chased Karen black around the apartment. Trilogy of terror. I mean why? I read the SUNY fetish doll about this produced by Dan Curtis every first anal scene for a run away. Choice. See at that point. If my femur had poked out, and oh is that what happened to now? I'm saying if my femur if I had a femur that was sticking out of my asshole and a rib that had come out of one ear. You would have heard a I'm cool. Brenick and then the balancing would have begun. I would I would have sucked it up for at least three Mississippi until they tossed it back to the fuck and home office. Consummate professional, and she also did the thing that made it perfect, which is she did a she did this move or she went. She went. Okay. No more times than she went. I'm getting some extra little pattern Flint move. And then felt what asset not Cal? I we have evil knievel, by the way, the anti-drug. I will say just before you're all that that if there was if they brought that grape juice to fruition and made wine that clip is so famous you could sell those bottles five thousand dollar. Yeah. Forgot about that. Let me give you we got evil giving his speech on why you shouldn't do drugs. So I think this is this is now is this from Viva knievel. There's yes, there's two evil knievel movies, George Hamilton playing evil can knievel, and then there's one where evil evil plays evil knievel knievel. The roster of evil a Viva knievel who the peop- it's like red buttons smokey and the bandit Craig. I mean, okay. Like like, Gene Kelly like, it's the craziest group will I swear to. We'll get we'll get the that. But it starts off with him going to a children's hospital and handing out evil knievel told the premise of the movie is he's Jesus right? He just he's helping poor people. He's healing sick children. All right. So here's here's his speech. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, pleasure to be with you here. Long Beach today with my hotel Frank Gifford. You know, I see a lot of young people here in the stands today before. Or something that I'd like to say to you. It's been bothering me for a long time. Indianapolis every year to see the Indy. Five hundred I go there with friends drive and race. Normally when a. Cessna flies overhead. Possibly can get a front row position nitro in their Kelly tend to be in the cars. So that the cars will go faster and they do for five or ten laps. And then they blow all the hill. It's a metaphor. You people you kids if you put nitro in your body's in the form of narcotics. So that you can do better or so maybe Joe better. Yes, you will guide it's everything. And then you'll blow all the hell. You're one of the crowd. I'm gonna do my best to make right across this. Now. Now, another serious message from guy in a case brought here today to stay in front of the world's ugliest building. People in the audience holding balloons. I want to make this jump. Can. We just please listen you start smoking pot. Your lifestyle may deteriorate in the next thirty to forty years, but you eat shit on a Harley jumping eighteen school buses, your life is going to deteriorate very quickly and even even movie made like modern day bio pic, maybe a great movie. I think the promise already made to that. I stated I don't even heard of him. I you you must read the lineup of always jumping lions, by the way. Let me say what did you think he was jumping? Well, they listen to be a lot of stuff where it's like, he's jumping piranhas or he's jumping lines. If Lauren Hutton isn't as if whatever you're jumping, you will either startle or kill if you land on them. It doesn't really count. You know what I'm saying? There's no danger and you crushing a lion. Like, I'm sure if the lions are just wondering around they don't have much of a context, they're not like, hey, everyone. Get ready asshole. And if he comes up short, we're gonna eat him in the last moment of alliance life. It gives you the fish. If you came up short over a pen of lions, you would probably kill one line confused the fuck out of the rest of them. But either way it would not pounds. They'd be like king of the jungle. Yeah. They'd be like some fucking super line from the sky and the leader of pride. Yeah. It's the same way. If I go into the hood, I take out the biggest guy. That's right. I'm Johnny Mack. Not even that you land on his head. Right, right. He's talking to other cramps. And all of a sudden, you just fall off a ten story building and land capon, right jumpsuit and Kate with your initials on it do a fits Doug Latin. Right. The rest of the Crips would at least be scared momentarily enough time to get out time to get out of town. That's what I'm saying. But we should still try just to make sure it's true is the plot of Eva knievel that he got framed he I for a crime. He didn't commit their MS or that as evil clean. This will be some kind of plot. I ask you for more range from a cast standpoint. I want more range and evil knievel, gene. Kelly, Lauren Hutton, red buttons. Leslie Nielsen Cameron, Mitchell and Frank Gifford. And that's just there's more goes deeper. You don't Hutton who was in to have and have not yes- this third below evil knievel on fucking Coleman. That's right Coleman. Coleman. Joe Gordon who was a star in the seven. You cannot. You cannot do this. The story was a blade evil knievel and he gave away presence to kids in hospital Christmas day on Christmas day at the beginning. And then somebody had like rigged his bike. Somebody had sat. Remember there's seventies where lot of sabotage. Yeah. Lot of like somebody cut those brake lines like now when you want someone killed you just kill 'em. Right. Like, you just hire some guy, and you give them a thousand bucks. And he kills your wife. You don't go cut her brake lines or you do something where it's like once this this bomb is triggered by altitude. And once he gets above forty feet. It's going to blow like there's a lot of that in the seventies. And no one ever raise their hand and went he's drunk, and I know where hotel is. So once you passes out. Yes. But the pill overs Senate exploding prostitute. He's that's right. That's right. It was the same way. We saw the CIA worked you ever read about how they tried to kill Castro. The they had a guy go in to become a chef at a restaurant. He. Liked to try to poison him. How do you even coordinate which fucking waitresses go into his table? And they would spend fucking year setting up a plan like that never got him in pre production, Tom Cruise that waiter. Okay. So the plot of little needle is actually a lot more complicated. Layered, by the way, voters Eichel stuntman evil. Knievel is offered a fortune to perform in Mexico. What evil doesn't know is that they're planning to kill him and use his body to ship cocaine into the? That old pit. Berry fuel house or in as performed. The gate. They're doing something so complicated. Yeah. They've managed to take a simple task. And why what if we get a nobody and put some balloons of coke in his ass. I'll do you one better. Hill one of the most famous people in America. Well, his body was go, I don't wanna shit on your point Dana. But how else are we going to get cocaine from Mexico US? And then I wouldn't know part two when evil is safely back and somebody has to go to Griffith park. Excuse me. We just need to cut open evil knievel and get some stuff could do what you need to get it. And you can bury them that's always made theory. It's you don't think this through to the end Survivalists who have packed their homes with guns and cans of food waiting for our Magadan. I wanna survive Armageddon just to watch these guys come together and pick a leader. Yeah. Good that the biggest circular firing squad. I order business. It's gonna be a long wait for we another black guy. Spirit upon intended. So you just go ahead and sit down Cedric. A long second. Running one black survival survival. There's a new white share for town. It's going to be a while. All right. Forget about hope and change. How about you? Go ahead and change my tires. Put snow tires on the truck. There we go. And hope I don't rape your old lady tonight. Now, first business. I don't trust the Survivalists. And I'll tell you why they're hoping for Armegeddon. Yeah. You know what? I mean. Like, we all sit around like, we all know what we should do for an earthquake at our house, but none of us. Do it little stick them stuff? We should be putting on the vase the earn. That's on the shelf and all the wiring and all the junk and the stuff put aside. But no one really does anything hoping to have to get the flashlights and peanut butter. But if I took a good, you know, Feis spent five grand and spent a couple of weeks on completely earthquake-proofing my house. I've kinda be hoping for an earthquake just to make my effort. Otherwise, I'm a sucker. If there's never an. Earthquake. I'm just out five grand. And got that weird sticky stuff on the bottom. Every I did see we have a generator. But my concern is if we're the only house in the neighborhood the lights on that's right. That's what happened to my my brother-in-law during the hurricane, right? He added wired out to four different houses in his neighborhood and had to keep waiting in line to get the gas to put into the generator. Right. So all of his neighbors could sponge off right, right? So if you are the guy with the bunker and with canned goods and with all the banana clips, you're hoping for some Armageddon, otherwise you've wasted fifty grand and all the drilling you've done with the family, like thirty sex to get to the bunker out time. Go put the weed out getting the bunker thirty you got thirty shekels, by the way, I'll looked at you like, you're crazy, wait. Yeah. I have a lot of questions like here's why we could never do one of these movies. You know, those movies. We think about this. You know, there's moves they go. They. It in the car. They're like in the van outside of the Bank. And the guy the lead guy Swayze or whoever Mark Wahlberg or whoever whoever the lead guy is been because they all have Nikki ass on. Yeah. Listen, minute, thirty minute thirty in and out. You got me minute thirty. And I I'd be the guy racist hand going. How's that set in stone? How do you know? Hey, it's not twenty minutes. Like every cop is just down at occupy whatever fucking shoot and pepper spray on hippies or worse case scenario, there's four concert went in just to make a deposit on their lunch. Right. Where did you get this arbitrary in and out minute dirty? Yeah. They'd never go to the exact right time for a scene. And then at some point like, it means something guys pointing it as watch at twenty seconds. They should do that for every seen every bad movie. Keep it have a guy with a watch going minute thirty until you kiss her right to seize not working right minute. Thirty until your boss. Fires. You you went long tarintino minute. Thirty for that black guy being eaten by dogs going way too long. You've got thirty minutes to realize that you're in love with your best friend, say go go. I love those guys that was such a good show. GOP putting them both together in the room with Adam. It was just is a feast in overload. Gotta do it again and make them come into the same time. It's about somebody just make sitting down with Adam system yet. You know, we did when we had them together for the ten year anniversary show, they didn't come in at the same time. But during the break Dana, and Greg just talked for twenty minutes, and they're so funny, and they they just love other. I mean, they're both Boston guys, and they came up together and things like that. So they really nice laughs for Brian. And the kind of the same thing where they they were interact with all the fans, I bet everybody in their super nice, and then they just kinda got together and start bit. And it was really cool to see. Yeah. So now this next clip GIO. This one is from two thousand fourteen we got a we get a lot of requests for adamant nor. Dissecting like ruby and things like that. But that was from the radio. Rogers. Yeah. Kenny Rogers sound so that's from the radio days, though. Right. Those from Taylor six days, there's a classic clip from two thousand eight people reference bits and pieces have been played on the podcast throughout the years. And they've also rift on the songs a couple of times this being the most famous this is actually a listener request of sorts of bunch of fans wanna hear those songs, but they didn't exactly request this clip. So if you requested the Kenny Rogers clips, this is for you, this is from Adam cruel show, twelve eighty two Joe Koi? Joy, Kevin McInnis Alison Rosen Brian Bishop from March twenty fourteen this is before Gavin joins studio. It's just Adam joy Allison, Brian and Adam brings up the song ruby in the commies around with the old moment Donald bit from the radio show. And he reveals he was not aware that norm was on celebrity apprentice. Well, he knew he was on. He'd know what happened to him. And he went to dinner Daniel Kelsen explained how we just kind of topped him out of winning the big prize. And so they play clips from that sect. It's. Brian gives his expertise as a former contestants Asterix. He was on the Meredith Vieira syndicate version. And Adams says norm still pissed about all this which then leads into bug Lou auditioning to sing over ruby. And he brings out the rooster. From two thousand fourteen Joe coy on the atom Qarora show. We're laughing about the ruby taking the taking the love to town and. It's this reminded me. Actually, I was laughing about this with my buddy, Daniel Kelsen, and we're talking about normal. Donald is very Stu, Gary. You can look up Brian. You'll be interested in this who wants to be millionaire with norm. Donald you ever. See this thing celebrity editions once in a while I ever saw norm. Do it. Well, as we all know norms insane. But Ormes genius. Also, very smart. Right. That's genius. He's he felt he's insane. But additionally additionally, he's insane smart. And he's a genius. And I'd never seen this thing with him and Regis heat got. Now, the reason my buddy Daniel brought it up is because he was playing for the hole in the wall foundation kids, Paul Newman's foundation. I'm been working on this documentary, and we'd be getting a little into his all his foundation charity, and that's who normally playing for. And he did this move. And I've done these celebrity whatever's before where you go. Final answer. And they go. Sure. And you go was why now I don't know. Now. I'm just saying. Oh, so no, no, no. I'm just asking if you're sure so. Yeah. Okay. Final answer. Okay. So that's what you wanna do then. And you're like, I know why when we doing here what's going on. What do you think they're trying to give you code or something you don't know in those situations because it's the celebrity version where they kind of, you know, very fast and loose with the rules people yelling out answers. It's like a celebrity softball game. And you know, the chick from the bachelorette swings three times strikes out someone goes give her another. You know, it's not a bunch of strict rules. You know? So when the host goes, are, you are you sure now you go. And of course, you're already up in your head. So you're up in your head, and you're looking for anything, so you really sensitive, and when they go are, you sure because that's a lot of money you go, then maybe no, then, but you don't know what they know. So he was showing me this thing he gets the five hundred thousand bucks. He's going for the million dollar question realize quite that. Well, yeah, he's going for million dollars. He's out of lifelines and out of the fifty fifty out of the out of everything. And by the way, no the million dollar question. Just because I saw one of my modern marvel shows about this place. Which was a bunker that was built in a golf resort and the Poconos or something for congress go to like in the sixties during the Cold War, whatever it was just remember tour seeing modern marvels how it was built this thing in back the thing. Now, we don't have to watch entire. They would see the end nor. Is going to pick the right answer for million dollars in read just gonna talk them out of it. Check it out. Tell me what you want. I think mine hearses too. So I guess I would say. They built them. Greenbrier. What do you for? It scared to jail giving forget, I'll just give. All right. What are you thinking taking guests idea? I said, my guess is I guess I was wrong. I must be one of the Greenbrier. Yeah. You would've won a million. You gotta go back a little further because it leads. He does it twice the first time. He says the Greenbriar he makes you know that the face like, okay? You know? Don't go with the obvious. That's what somebody told me backstage. This is such a great show. Yeah. Here's a travel. Let's say lose all that money and it gets back Paul Newman. It's going to be from us four hundred sixty eight thousand dollars. I wouldn't lose at the show. Of course, that children would lose it would you would lose it for the. He don't wanna do that. Gambling streak at you. You beat the game. Knew that is what? Young in this clip. I'm gonna say. Say what? At minors say, don't go. So I'll say Greenbrier, please. Before you say final answer, nor he said green fried four hundred sixty eight unless you shoot five for. Could been pine says, I'm gonna say give me the half million. You wanna walk? Do I have to find out if you wanna walk away? I was going to answer push. I quit too much. Then. What do you wanna do baby? Tell me what you want. I think fine her too. So I guess I will say. Greenbriar? What do you make base for forget it scared to give twice that twice that? He he was saying Greenbrier. And he started to say final answer, and he cut him off and one. Oh, yeah. Like, what are you doing that for cost that charity? How half a million bucks? Yeah. He looked there's there's four potential answers. He decided to go for it. They decided to put the half million up on the line and go for the million. He did the Pinehurst whatever was to office Greenbrier 's what he'd sorted -duced. And he could tell it wasn't feeling super confident about it. But yet he's a gambler, and he was going to make that that choice, and he did and he got cut off. Now before before you go on the show, and they probably did this to the celebrities to before you go on the show when I went on the show, they tell you they specifically tell you the host Meredith time, but breeds also assume the host doesn't know the answer don't think they're trying to give you any clues. By the way, they read the answer their inflection the reaction. They don't know the answer. It means more questions maybe one hundred dollar questions they do. And so I was instructed as such I bet legally they told norm the same thing. But because it's the celebrity game, and they do play fast and loose to the rules. He was confused. He thought the richest was steering him. And because it was the million dollar question. Just think like gonna know the answer to that one. They simply say the host is not trying to steer you. But sometimes the celebrity games, they do well either. It doesn't happen that often that you go for the million dollar question. You choose at twice, and then kinda get talk if the guy cut you off norm still that. Yes, you should have. Yeah. They should they should have. Awarded that to the charity was the charity cre-. All right. I think my favorite episode is the one where the guy the intro took longer than him being on the game. Because it was the first question. You guys have gotten is my favorite, and it was obvious thing. It was like elephant like blink elephant, and like different colors, and he didn't say pink. It was all right down the nice day. Lifeline suit? Like, I don't know. It has to do one of those. I the first one of these fucking things I ever did was like pictionary or whatever it was. I would Burt Reynolds hosts, you know, nineteen ninety seven when they're bringing all those games back, and I had no I didn't play a lot of parlor games growing up with Charleston have a parlor game. Moral parlor? So we had hunger games night. We just ran people chase the flaming spears looking for food. So I didn't have a lot of that. But I I will never forget they throw you a three a dry erase marker and a rate. Draw something like that. Yeah. Draw out for your team. There's two things in your mind, which your mind thinks, and what your hand does in terms of drawing are completely different things. Like, you know, you go. Well, the thing will be like, it's the blue grass of Kentucky Chicago. All right. I'll draw bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and like people like space shuttle answer not space pod a porta potty. And you know, now, you're trying to draw the Colonel Charles Manson drum drum Manson, and you're like, no your mind. Just picturing a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken, your fucking hand is not agreeing at all with what's up. I think it's a lot like putting on earphones in singing along with your favorite music in your mind. You're sounding fucking sweet what everyone else is hearing shit. Then you're drawing grass and you're trying to get the blue how. The fuck you're talking about I got. I just looked at the piece of paper. And it was like an elephant never forgets. And I was like first off. I don't know. How popular that is? Okay, fine. I draw an elephant elephant. Okay. Tell you know, two minutes. Elephants. Elvin good now pointing at his head elephant head Melvin skull elephant, scalp element head trying to draw brain. I don't know how you draw. How would you draw? Forget. How could you even imagine? If you had a hundred years and pieces of chalk, you can draw an elephant. But since everyone doesn't say it's not stitching time saves nine elephant never forgets. It's not really something tossed about that liberally. And all you can do is point at the elephant or draw a bubble over the elephant in the only forgot elephant dreams debts. That's what it was Elvin skull brain of dreams as I have no idea was the first one I got fuck this. All right. Do we have we have a little anyway? Norm. Donald reminded me of ruby and bungalow sue reminds me of whenever whenever we sing. But we have a bed we start. You could listen to a little, you know, ruby. You wanna hear all of the original original saddest sung in the world? Pressure. This is. Not a made up. You couldn't pick gambler. Accountable. Well, we go over this song and in great detail in this on this podcast. And everyone seems to win nor McDonald's. I think we got the. You know, ruby? Do you want to explain the the song to him rubies, bad guy? He was he was he was his legs were bent and paralyzed the avionic war in he deserve it. Yeah. The Korean war accidents. You know? And that's what he get. When you come in. Here. We have with comes back to United States young beautiful wife. You know that he can no longer walk to right? He came while. You know, how we feel? Yes. Home-country? He's so he's she's getting all dolled up and go into town. Yeah. All to be with a man. Yeah. Man with lakes will exit work, and I'm Lou lakes. That's what I'm saying. We don't have lights rubies got the you know, who do. Roost. That's right. Yeah. So she make she's going into see the rooster. You know? Tecom inside the house. He walked with flip flop poun-. We make love all night and tell. Y'all man Fido wall, he lose his name. No Lanka can do things in band. That the roots that can do for you. I'm rich. Insulting to the guy. Yeah. Right in front of him to make love woman that to you an Asian man. And the the guy who bent in paralyzed about him. I'll push them down the hill and his followers impact out. All right and makes love just beautiful pride. Yes. Now, you know, how he thought he'd left his problems behind it that ACM or I bring it right back to you. Yeah. That's a country feel. School our school you. Yeah. I the why right. Yeah. Yeah. Lakes. Yeah. An o you use on that. I can do make a rule style. I got a little penis. I don't can't it can't work. If it has. No had you see a right that it's in your. Reuss creep Ryan hone you. Where's your leg? He's better off day. Oh, yeah. No. He's getting all you listen to the song listening. I'm thinking. No, I'm sorry. He picked up. Okay. Just being arrested telling you. Me up. You know what? Roost. Yeah. They said they say won't be long till he's not around, you know, the death wish take cabinet SUNA skelly Pi-chao with me, the swat roost. He's trying to thank you. Thank you. I'll how night he's trying out who's trying to get his gun and put them into the ground. But he can't he's we can't get to take it to your gun. You know leg asshole improvement on the song. Thank you. Oh, by the way, we have dick banks wrote a Diddy. I've not not heard it yet. But I think it has to do with Allison's recent nuptials, so. Had chew. Sues? They would too. Joe blow. Rosen's bleeding constipated too. 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Alison Rosen Brian Bishop this one's from twenty twelve may of twenty twelve before Joel joins studio. Chris tell me about this one my God. Okay. So the the years ago back in two thousand twelve we were asked to go to Magic Johnson's. House and this is because Adam was on celebrity apprentice and he flew back to New York to be in the finale on team Arsenio hall who is really tight with magic. And they wanted to get a video of Magic Johnson. It's just real simple steps we had a two camera setup. We get to go to Magic Johnson's house, which was insane, by the way geo his house pristine, it looks. A model house. It looks like nothing was moved. I don't know. How often is in there? But I got to meet his wife cookie. It was such an honor. And this is we filled it back in November. And then the episode didn't air till may told everybody you gotta check out celebrity apprentice, we we've had to keep this under wraps for so long. But we gotta go to Magic Johnson, south and Phyllis. And it's been incredible. Please check it out well geo they made us look like such jerks on the show is a frame job as a viewer. I wanna give my perspective is actually a listener requests from Sam Sam says from one of the first episode. I heard the clip where Adam the latkes talk about an Eddie clip on celebrity apprentice, finale members ACS crew and made it look like idiots. This flip would probably include the eulogy for robotic arm. Mike Lynch, which it does. That's hilarious. I was viewed or of this with one of my exes. And we both in the studio. Both new all the crew all the latkes and found it impossible to believe you guys would just send one angle of it. But. By the end of the show. They had even us convinced that people we knew were that stupid. So it's that good of a frame job. This was not not great. And then they come back for the second half. They just quickly emplo past that whole cliffhanger. Oh, yeah. We have the movie on and they never stopped actually give praise or oh, they did perfectly. And this is clip kind of demonstrates how badly that went. And Adam Corolla is taking create the light in Gary's outrage. Don't you? Love reality. Tv. Thanks for requesting this clip. Sam amick forgot about it from two thousand twelve. Join. Now talking to you for a side profile shot at a ninety degree angle. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on no choice. But to get it on mandate. Get it on day. Alison Rosa's, Adam Corolla, Dave O'Brien. Becky honking. Jan. Boy, Gary not full Gary half tarred, Gary Pani sizable boxer briefs in a bunch did not like the way they cooked him up on celebrity apprentice last night feels last night's celebrity apprentice. It's the final task and challenge, and it was me. And Arsenio and that we needed to get some shots of Magic Johnson. He was back in L A and how we going to do that. And you're up against it time wise, and I called these guys I don't know on a Friday, Gary chime in tell me they ran over at way out of town on a Saturday morning and shot him. And it was kind of thing where I wanted. Mike Lynch to be there because Mike Lynch is a very good robotic arm for me. Oh, yeah. So that's what he does. No, no. But I I'm I'm a guy in one of those deep sea diving bells, I can't get a kick it out. You know, what I mean, I'm trapped trap damone skull. But I need a robotic arm to do my work for me. And my does a very good job flattering tribute sit during wait Ellie dies. Better animatronic activists. Your arm is sixty under when I would say jump even say. Look. Many many think the term Brown nose put down. I'm here to tell you. It's driven. Leaves behind beautiful wife. What's her nose? Tracks. Feet. Look. First off. There's gotta be a warning sign put up in front of the all you can eat lobster puffy. That's number one. That's I don't wanna get political here. There's no there's no doubt my mind that warning signs there might be still with us today. Anyway. Gonna have. I those are some pretty big lackey shoes to fill. All right. Let's all just let's all just read from the booklet in front of working gazelle read. I gotta believe Mike somewhere right now. We're even GoToMeeting can't reach him. If there was a service couldn't could reach Mike would be GoToMeeting I recommend GoToMeeting with HD faces. He's in a better place. The only thing that's not better about as they don't have GoToMeeting brought to you by citrus. You can hope their team face to face. It's like he's hooking up with Saint Peter. Gotomeeting got the app for the ipad. I remember when my only yesterday busted his ipad, iphone either way. He had it repaired instead of purchase a new one. Some call them cheap Cullum, thirsty. We use GoToMeeting here at the show. Try GoToMeeting free. You know, what I was going to give you thirty days. Mike's it forty five. Forty five days free. That's right. Tried for forty five days. Wpro count. Adam. Visit GoToMeeting dot com. Click on the tried free button and enter the promo code, Adam. It's the way Mike would've wanted not a dry how? All right death was brought to us by good meeting. His memorial. Sorry. Yes. And now police enjoy the song stylings of fish cover band flounder. Tell the keep it at two hours forty five minutes. So it's a bridge fish. Doing Derek side of the moon and Tommy. Entirety. Yes. Just got slipped. This note flounder is going to be at the deli smoker. This inventory of all of our two if you like check them out enjoy. Where was I? Yeah. Flounders where the ph by the way. Online. The apprentice so Mike couldn't might could make now Mike, and I have a shorthand Mike, and I I realize through many discussions of had with my wife, and many discussions have had with folks that what I ask. To be done is not not often done. And and my wife likes. Explain it's because there's something wrong with me. But I found people kind of do their own thing. I. I had one time just a couple days ago. I had rob over here mountain array seat, putting a piece of aluminum on the bottom of it to square, and I told him four times on the phone center it to the right into the left and centre it up and down and drill the holes and mounted on the bottom, and when I showed up I said looks like yadda flushed up on one side and an inch hanging over the other side. That's not centered up, right and left and set it up on the bottom. He said. Yeah. I centered it up right and left, and I didn't send her up on the bottom. And I just felt it would go this way. And I said what I tell you over the phone. He said, I know you told me to do it differently. And I realize it's a lot of how people are. I mean, it's it's just kind of who they are. And I had this moment where I almost had a fucking heart attack. I got a rich white guy. Problem alert. I got a Lamborghini mirror with I don't know forty thousand dollar paint job on it. And it was brand. New. It's never just brand new paint job. And I told my sister Jay put a co two wax on it. And I left out the wax, and I left it on a note that said put a coat of wax on the new paint job on the Mira. And when I came down to the garage a few hours later, I was looking at him, and he had the polishing compound, which is the stuff you use. When you have oxidise paint on like an old piece of shit car, you'd use it to rub it out, then you'd put the code of wax on it. And I was like it's a two step process. But it's not if you have new pain, it's if you have an old car, and you wanna take the dead skin wanna. If you to accept only eating right before you moisture, right, but it's a brand new paint job. And it's like buddy, I put I put the cream. I put the wax on top of the note. So if I had wanted you to get out the polishing compound before the wax aid. Think of what have been said in the note and be why wouldn't I've said it next to the wax. It was that. And then and he all he could say was. What? Yeah. I know I just just wanted to do, you know, this what I want to do. And I'm like, okay. I can't go over all the possibilities of what you shouldn't do all I can do is say center it, right and left centered up and down put a coat of wax on the car. Here's to wacked and then walk away. My wife loves to say, that's because you're not clear with people. And I'm like, no that's pretty clear people do their own thing. That's the part. I'm having trouble with they do their own thing. That's not in Mike. I'm pretty clear with and Mike. And I've worked it out where he just does what I tell them to do. And that's the end of that. What happened here is Mike could not do the shoot over Magic Johnson's house. He was expecting his first child of only days away. And he couldn't go that far out of town. So I think mex- Pata and Gary Neville. And Jeff, I don't have a nickname for. But he's not here. So it's okay. That guy they went out and shot it. And I now now Gary feels like stone out of Bossier. And of course, they ended feels that way right now they and well, let me tell you throw Gary into the bus two buses in trouble. Not Gary Kirby fine, everyone in the buses fuck that she's scratch with a buffalo. What is that? You have to fuck in the bustle, be total. Supporting we'll see now, Gary. Now, you know, what it's like for them to cook up some stuff and have it have it work in a way. That's not so flattering. I never. I never understood. How truly right. You were. Yes. I got an Email waiting for me this morning when I woke up from Lisa lamp Anneli. Lisa lamp Anneli made some you know, what they do is youth row an idea out. And then they cut to somebody saying, I don't know. And then they cut to someone with a worried look, but whenever they cut to someone with a worried, look, it's not as no context, it's not in real. Time. So I had this idea that I was wrong about really honestly, but we were talking about doing a show. And I said, maybe we should do whacked out kids show and bring an audience should be kids. And maybe instead of selling tickets, you sponsor kid like instead of saying, hey, Jimmy Kimmel by ticket to the show and come to the show for five thousand dollars you buy ticket for a kid for five thousand dollars, and we'll do a crazy kid show. And it was like wasn't the world's worst idea wasn't world's best idea. But they didn't want to do it. At least a Lampe deli wants to do Lisa lamp and comedy. And my thing is like I'll try anything. I was just spitballing. And they did this thing where they they had to take this kernel of rice and try to make a meal out of it because real time it lasted about a minute and a half of us sitting at the table like me going what about this and then going, but they have had have lots of shots at Lisa. Stings and stuff. Lisa wrote me this morning wanted to let you know that the clip they doctored last night had me saying, I was worried about you was complete out of context. Fabrication that was my outfit from the Buick pre-board. Broom rice said I was worried about you having to do the presentation on your own since dreaded didn't step up. So she can tell by the outfit. That was for that time. I wasn't wearing that outfit. Just wanted to let you know they've done this several times in the past with clay and things he said about other people, and blah, blah, blah. I never had to lease worry about you in the final task. You're one who did everything right except for your friend Gary half you who you're called after thank God, we didn't repeat the outfits on the show. So I I know I'm telling the truth. Love you see Sunday. Lisa lamp, and I love that. Lisa live now because it was almost nothing. But it's like, I wasn't pissed at all. At all about it. But that's what they do. Grab some footage. See if you can find me footage of Lisa lamp Anneli saying, I think Adams and trouble. And then we'll just slide it into this thing, which is in a way. Shit. It is a lot of bullshit because those contempt for the audience knows going to notice this construct the thing at a whole cloth. And we'll just put it in front of him. And it'll be the story. Well, nine times out of ten you get away with it. And that's why they do it. And when gonna say nine times, I mean ninety nine point nine times out of ten, but now this time, Gary, and it's this kind of thing where they did this. They that the cliffhanger of the whole thing is is riding on this Magic Johnson thing. Did we get it? But Gary you can chime in your own defense. This is this. I'm split on. Because this is them sort of doing the cliffhanger in the hook. But it's also we fucked it up, right? We absolutely did. Not fuck it up or we didn't know what did we get? I mean why? Yeah. Go ahead to fucking shots. Obviously were we're done. But we're not so stupid that we would shoot his era. He's not watching explain what you guys are even talking about. What did they know that you did clip arrives in New York? And they say we've got the Magic Johnson clip. And it's a shot of magic John. You guys went to Magic Johnson's house. Correct. He's standing on his back porch Laguna gal or somewhere like some nice city, by the way. Why isn't he keeping it real and living living in south central man? It was it was Dana point he lives in the residential attachment to the Ritz Carlton down there. Yeah. So he's in his backyard and the oceans behind him is magnificent house was really nice, and he catches the ball offscreen and says, hey, thanks are senio. And then turns and we're shooting at his fucking ear. Well, obviously, there's another camera where your why would we have told them to fuck intern? No, no, listen feels good. How's it feel? I feel a lot better. Now, I still wanted my tight shot and my wide shot from the same angle. So I could have it for edit points, but we were covered. And it came out fine. No problem in the next episode. You know, oh, we got the second. File we didn't know it was coming. Yeah. Let's fill little still took a little massaging after that. But either way it worked out I wanted to tight in a wide. But either way you look, that's the way it goes. And it sucks when. It feels like an idiot people, at least know who I am you? That's a very good point. Your mother's been walking around telling anyone who will listen that our son's going to be on apprentice. So this was her mother's day gift last night was watching me look like a retard on national TV. You're just a faceless pedestrian tart people don't know who you are. On the one. Me on the one. She's the tweets or like couldn't you've hired any what's wrong with you? You couldn't even get you know, it looks like there's no by the way now. Well, to be to be honest. It turned out fine. So there's no problem with that number one number two the side thing I wanted to a close up and a wide. So I'd have a places to cut and it was slapped together at the last second. And we don't have a big, you know, we don't we don't do a lot of these over the phone video shoots NBA stars. I mean, we've done a handful right, but everyone feels like a new thing, right? Jeff would like to chime in I want in on this. You feel now Jeff honestly, I did want a tight shot and a wide shot. Not the not the ninety degrees side. But I don't know what was said I really don't with three cameras. Three three cameras, and they had all the footage. A we only got the care. We only got two cameras. That. Got to be down to one and a half and actually thinking actually just through the footage off my avid. Unfortunately, all right. Well, listen the point three points. Gary with four cameras Harry's outright. You know, what it was? It was battleship Potemkin with the basketball, and I don't know what they wound up with. But we gave them something. Awesome. Well, we we rescued it from from the clutches of their cooked fire. So don't don't were you guys will be back probably next week. I think anyway, I'll be in New York next week. And God knows how that will turn out. But yeah, it feels it. Feels a weird feeling because it's like. It's like those movies where you know, they, you know, were somebody's like they have the person hostage and the duct tape over their mouth. And then the person answers the door. And it's like is is is Sheila in here. She okay. Oh, yes. She's fine. I'm just here repair in the television. Okay. Well, I'll I'm going on extended camping trip. Then if everything's okay. And you're like. Yeah. No. Yeah. You just want to thank, you know, one plays duct tape like h man. No, you wanna stop and like break it down. It's you know for me. It was the whole Buick thing. It was the whole thing where this was the the ultimate thing of their guy. Telling me what I should do. And this whole cooked up potty humor thing that never existed and Penn Jillette telling me, no he said Steve Jobs that means you go out alone. And you do your thing. It was like for me it felt like shit because it was exact opposite of what I kept pitching. And it got spun out on some kind of new Todd humor violating erasing what actually happened and just imposing a story line on it. And then what if people don't believe you, and you tell them when the imposed story is that you tell everybody out of the way I'm in charge all takeover. I want to be on stage alone. It makes you seem like a pompous ass. And that's what I don't like. And the fact that we lost the task makes it seems like it didn't go, right? And the fact that you know, they get all this. You know, I told you so kind of thing it's complete and utter nonsense. Every every single thing that happened along the way of that task for me first off, I didn't volunteer to do the task everyone just ask and ready to do it. And he told him he said you do it. So I wasn't even from the get-go had nothing to do with me. And then Secondly, I had all these things about us being on stage and pen kept telling me Steve Jobs presentation. That's what they're producer told us to do off camera. Of course, then they'd never show it, and I don't know if I say anything about it on the live show. I don't know what they're gonna do. I don't know how they're going to cut around it. But when I was in the boardroom, and he said who should I fire sit fire, the producer who told me to do the Stephen Steve Jobs presentation because that was a Romanian that we're pushed in the wrong direction. And even then it came out great. So it was. Weird. I don't know what it is. But it was all made right because I won the Toyota grand prix. Now. It's all all all right in the world. All right. We're we're done. All right. The thing that they're not gonna show that fuck and drove me nuts is in the in the thing in the in the we're doing our eighties bit on the show. And I said something about Durant Iran as an influence or something. And they said, you gotta edit that out you can't say Duran Duran. And I was like, of course, you can say, well, here's my new thing in life, which I do to people which sounds horrible and kind of sending. But when they go the lawyer won't let you say Duran Duran in the in the thing. So they say to me, you can't say Durand ran, and I'll say, of course, you can say Durand rant. You guys are choosing not to let me say Duran Duran, which is your retarded fucked up business. But of course, you can say don't rule that says you can't say and then later on we were doing a whole like eighty thing. So we had this whole like flock of seagulls kind of thing. And we wanted music, and they give you a CD that has a bunch of sound bites on it. That are like baseline into lifelong funk. Well, here's here's what it. No. Here's what they give you they give you generic CD that just has like generic electron- electronic music. That's none of it's any good. You hear some like generic rock, whatever. And Lampe Anneli said, I know a guy in town who does music he produces music, and he does. And that's this is what he does. He does music for these kinds of things, and because of the man show done it a million times, they have if you wanna pay a billion dollars you can use the actual song or you can do something called the sound alike, which is not the actual song. But it sounds like the actual song. Then there's something called the feel alike and the field like just kinda reminds you of the song if you ever watch e true Hollywood stories are like, but in nineteen sixty seven Jim Morrison met Raymond's, Eric and the rest, and you'll hear something kind of sounds like riders on the storm. It's like dum, boom pump down and. And it's like it's off just enough. But makes you kind of feel like you're listening to a doors song. And you can't even know it's riders on the storm. But it's a note off on the upbeat or whatever it is. They'll do that on the U trolley was cheap. They'll do it on the history channel and Bagley channel on a ruined. My aways biography watch this going to be sweet whole our, and it's all just sound like no songs. Watching this. But it feels like it sounds like Brit pop era sounding even it's not even sound alike. It's feel alive feel like some satellites for us as a hurts analogies host the show. Yes. So Lisa land Panella joking to Adam. Lisa. Lisa lamp, Nellie went and talked to her guy. And I said, you know, we said like, can you do it Durant Iran's feel alike, and he's like, oh, yeah. And this is what he does for a living. He does it commercially because you have to sort of get passed the law, and of course, the NBC lawyer had to give it a listen. And I was like all right answers going to be now. And they gave it a listen. And it's like, nah, you can't use this. You can use it. Of course, you can. Chris here with one final clip. But it doesn't have to end here. Let me remind you. We're releasing another episode on Kroll classics that podcast feed tomorrow. So a bonus show. So if you're liking this we got Sunday show for you. And let us know if you like the release on Sundays, I find a lot of podcasts don't come out on Sunday. And if they do the end of the day so have an early morning Sunday show more cruel classic seems like the perfect fit. It. Sure does not this next clip is from two thousand fifteen Adam Corolla show number fifteen sixty four tell us about it. This up sodas from April twenty fifteen featuring Gilbert, Godfrey, david-weill Gina grad and Brian Bishop both Gilbert, David art studio as another listener requests from Mike V. He says thanks guys for doing the classics podcast love hearing stuff and some of the stories you guys tell the clips stories. Sorry. I can't say the questions definitely with gene. It was nominated for ace awards. Hope that helps I'm guessing twenty sixteen so rich banks previously made a slow ballad version of cherry pie and their habit of new story. The made Adam breaking news strip club DJ character and talking about the death of the young girl. And Brian started playing the cherry pie version. It was one of the funniest things ever. This is actually a breakdown of two new stories. I edited them together chopped out some stuff, that's unrelated. So it's never been presented this way. Before the second story from the news is on employee of Bumblebee tuna being charged in the negligent death of a co worker who was baked alive with fish. Which was a news story originally covered in twenty twelve by Alison Rosen's with great follow up and that segues into the fourth new story, which is on Chinese fuels rippers. Where gene explains a concept and credits Gawker for the story. This one is hilarious. Sorry. The AP reports that Bumblebee foods and two managers were charged by L A. Prosecutors this week with violating safety regulations in the death of a worker who was cooked in an industrial oven with tons of tuna. Jose Melena was performing maintenance in thirty five foot long oven at the company Santa Fe springs plant back in two thousand twelve or this is only gets worse. Mistakenly believed Melena was in the bathroom filled. The pressure cooker with twelve thousand pounds of canned tuna and turned on the oven. The plant manager and former safety manager could face up to three years in prison finds up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars while Bumblebee foods will face a maximum fine of one and a half million fuse practice in water oil would have been so much dolphin safe. But tell that to the Mexican. We're good with dolphins. Yeah. Okay. Go through vaccines. We got the picture on the can now. So you little guy this bra Cafo dolphins because they can think. Back man. Oh my God. Unless you scrubbing all over Mexico. I have to laugh because my grandfather and his dad went before him the same way. Sure, I know firsthand the pain. Don't cry. I could not think we're talking yesterday about burning basically in a car. It's like the worst this. I feel like this. Gotta be the worse way right with tuna. Surprise, even survived because thousand pounds of tuna twelve thousand pounds. He was crushed by the tune. I mean, probably almost instantaneously, right? It'd be. Sadly, we're praying that he was crushed by. Oh my God. How about the folks that had to empty the oven? Oh, jeez. Yeah. But there was nothing. There had to be. There had to be one of these phone calls made at certain points. It said you better get down here. Why their problem I'm going to go to the end? I'm going to go to the end. Let's say so what happened is so hairnet get continent. Conveyor belt. The dish you down here. We're not sixty. I could explain it to you. Or you could just come down. For sure God that had to be by the way. Now, here's what here would have been my problem. And I swear to God, I would have been like we cannot sell that. What is would have been six tons of tuna can't sell six ton tearing? But I would've would have killed me to put in a landfill. So my entire thing would have been walking up and down the floor of the factory gone. Shelly don't you have a cat. Right. Awesome. Why? Stuff toward the front of the oven. Like, I would I would hate to throw it all out. Stuff. If you give the burial at sea. Everybody win. All right, anyway, tragic tragic news, obviously based on a reacting. Well, somebody suing somebody for. Yeah. I mean, there's they're facing jail time. Right. And I kind of feel like the guys are getting it way worse than the company, which maybe understandable, the company's going to walk away with a million dollar fine. And the guys could go to prison for three years and a quarter of a million dollars the company's gonna get sued by the family the guy that was in this. Sure, that'd be the civil suit. Right. Oh, yeah. I mean, they're billion dollar your company people realize that when you do the audio. I read my audio book too. And it was over the course of a week. And it was, you know, five hours sessions for a week, even I was drinking. I don't drink tea drinking tea into all that stuff. Because the voice is totally goes. Yeah. It's it's weird. It's it's oddly taxing because you think if you were to explain to some of the folks that. That crossed the Donner pass. You you you had it. I had to do sitting in air conditioned room. And my audio. We're talking almost three hundred pages while t and Honey, right? It sounds horrible. It really doesn't sound that tanning. But it really is. It's like it's like, it's a you know what I liken it to. It's like somebody tapping you on the shoulder and pushing new back to high school, and you have some huge book report or something, and you're just going the whole weekend, gone Faulk. Weirdly, my heart does not believe for the people in the Pol, but you and your audio situation is really relief. Yeah. It'd be nicely. Yeah. Please help. All right. What else we get in China funerals appear to be far more interesting than the ones here in the US because they have strippers according to Dr these exotic dances are part of the ceremony to honor those who've passed and many Chinese families believed that this is an act that results in good fortune for their relatives afterlife. But according to the Wall Street Journal, the Chinese government has been trying to crack down on few. Neral strippers quite. Earlier this year. Six dances arrived for funeral performance in the city of Han done, but we're fined for violating public security, and sometimes they have snakes with them. Sometimes there's a request by the person who died before they died to cut a little hole in the casket. So they can see the strippers. It's pretty crazy. How do they? Tom. Somber cherry pie appropriate. Very somber laughing. I can be the be the priests administering the flash. Look, I'm not going to sugar coat. What's going on here? 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012: Hugh Fink, playing Carnegie and writing for SNL

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012: Hugh Fink, playing Carnegie and writing for SNL

"Hi, and welcome back to stand partners for life. Nathan and today with me really excited to have as my guests. Hugh, think comic writer violinist and he's been gracious enough to join me here. Disney hall for change and welcome to stand pars for life. You thank you. It's great to be here. Nathan instead of taking a podcast at a filled comedy club. It'd be classy concert hall. I like we try to keep it classy here. Disney most of the time. Well, we can just jump right into that. I mean, you've spent so much of your life in those clubs performing writing. But what's not usual for for comic is that you have a serious histories violinist, and we were talking about that just a bit ago you, and I but give us the quick version of your violin life because that was either came. Before or maybe concurrently with your your life in comedy short. My parents were classical music lovers. My dad was the attorney for the Indianapolis symphony the union musicians union, so as a very young kid. I would be taken to these concerts the orchestra and I loved it. And I guess I told by parents at age four or five that I wanted to study violin, and they were not so sure about that. Because they knew it was a tough instrument. They already owned a piano, but they were friends with the concert master of the Indianapolis symphony at the time Eric Rosen, and he had known a little about this news Zouqi method of though he was not a proponent of at all because he was like a pupil of Carl flash. Or like some old school old feel like he was super old school. But he wasn't sure how to tell my parents start off five year old with lessons. He wasn't going to do it. So there was Zouqi teacher one in Indianapolis. And that's who I studied with and. This would have been not so long. I bet after the method really took hold in the US because I started to zika and that was early eighties. Right. So I was so I started in the late sixties. Wow. And I ended up studying Ricky for eight years and going to the Suzuki summer institute at the university of Wisconsin Stevens point, evens point and Shiniki came how. Yes. So I actually was part of the generation where I got to see him live. Well, that's extremely like it was kind of extraordinary. I didn't have budget interaction with him. But I remember I think he was like chain smoking like a ripe old age varies sort of Buddha. Ask just this. Why don't he didn't speak jingles either? Right. Right. But that was a great experience. I think what it taught me than was beyond the violin part that to meet other young violinists who are just normal kids and like it was a camp. So we'd have classes and master classes and all that. But we also have so much playing around time playing softball the time and eating in the cafeteria, and it sort of introduced to the fun of music as a social activity just riffing with these other musicians and having you know, so you were a teenager at this point or younger. I started when I was six, but by the yes, then I did it like six seven years in a row. Okay. So I was a young teen. Yeah. My first real music camps. I would say we're. Yeah. That ten eleven twelve range and yeah, same thing. Just to meet other kids from other parts of the country. That were doing what I was doing. I grew up in Kentucky grew up in Indiana wrecked. So I wonder if it was a similar it's not like everybody else around us was playing violin. No, no. In fact, I think you see some of my stand up where I do a lot of jokes about how you know being in the country western place, like Indiana sort of weird to be classical violinist. I like being different. I had an identity crisis. My father wanted me to be the next Henny young. My mother wanted me Josh heights. So when I plan the orchestra, I totally confused. Var? Then I got I think I realized that I had outgrown might teacher in the sense that I wasn't really progressing in ways that I wanted to. So I ended up getting to study with a violin professor Indiana University. So for the last two or three years in high school, I would drive down to Bloomington and have lessons. And that's when I got more serious about violin. Really practicing a few hours a day and taking it more seriously. And would you say that was violent your main interest at that point one of them? I mean, I would say of any artistic endeavor for sure, but I was also really funny and always doing stuff that like was contrary to being a serious musician. Okay. Was violin? I wonder was sort of the first organized violin. You've got to. There's a way not that. It's always right. But there's a way to go about things, and you do it every day. Day was that the first sort of organized curricular that I would say that's true. Okay. I wouldn't also it was the first organize that guarantee me performing time because I love getting to be in front of audiences and entertain and get accolades so getting to do, you know, some recitals, and then there was like a a statewide competition where these judges would you weren't competing against other musicians. We're competing against yourself. You get a rating great. Although and on so every year, I would do that. And I loved it. Okay. I just I think for me any opportunity to be on stage in front of audience was a good thing. I was going to ask because that's not I did enjoy performing. I mean, I and I didn't get so nervous when I was a kid, but it wasn't. I guess mostly. I knew that. There was a thing. I was supposed to do. And I wanted to do well and kind of get through it unscathed on the other side, but I wouldn't necessarily say I relished the chance to be in front of people that you did. I did well for sure and that continued through high schools, then by the time, I was applying to college and stuff I had by then decided that though I love violin. And I wanted to be if I could have had talent that I thought was required to be a great violinist or even a really good professional. I would have pursued it, but I by then I decided I was left handed. I had double jointed nece. I had a lot of tension in my like there were too many obstacles that I felt we're gonna stop me because I was looking at other peers of mine who just were didn't have some of those issues, and I thought I could never compete with this. Was you talked about walking through the practice halls that you correct? I hear someone playing Pago caprice going like. I gotta check out. What professor this eleven year old Korean kid? I'm going. Oh, no, I've been there. Yeah. And so I think it was humbling, but I also realist, and I also had this other dream of since I was a performer like maybe I can be a comedian. That doesn't doesn't affect how your left hand technique is to be good comic. So I decided I would go to NYU New York University. I got admitted as an actor. But I also got a little music scholarship because the orchestra wasn't particularly strong, and they wanted me to be in the orchestra as a system concert master. So I did that and could continue studying privately during my years. I had a teacher at Manhattan school of music for a few years. You did because a Kiko went to Manhattan's. He did pre-college. That's great. May I ask who you studied Stanley Bedar? Okay. Who was a again, a real old school guy? But the teacher who I studied it. I you worshiped rough AL Bronstein who is like apparently like one of the guru. Who's Manhattan school during that era? Okay. But I take the subway from village when I went to New York versity to Harlem to my lessons, which was cool. It's just another part of New York. I didn't know. Yeah. And I stopped studying probably by the time. I was twenty those the last time I had private lessons. How do you? Go about becoming a coming becoming a comedian because had to start also in high school and before. Yes, I mean, I think it was something that I just always liked doing. It was good at meaning not necessarily being the class clown because I wasn't disruptive in that way. But just being witty and having the ability to verbally use my humor as a weapon or and and right, right? Funny stuff all the time. There's a paper I saw recently from fourth grade where teacher wrote on it. Do you have to make everything funny piss, but I love. Affected. My parents. They were kind of proud of that that they recognize that a lot of the problem is back when I was growing up. You know, there were so few professional comedians and my dad would he loved comedy? He's a funny guy. He'd get me out of bed to watch standups on Johnny Carson, well, and so he treated as an art form, which is really neat. But there weren't comedy clubs like there are now with in every city, and there weren't TV shows other than Carson really a couple others that had comedians. So it didn't seem like a real profession. You could go into. And you you pretty much had to go to New York, then New Yorker LA. I would say so. Yeah. And had you gotten any performing experience doing that. While you're still in Indiana. Not really I mean only at high school. You know, they have the morning announcements. Right. Okay. So I would use the to do that. And then I would do an impression of our principal and get. Huge trouble the students loved it. But then the people who had me do it go you cannot do that anymore. You're mocking. So yeah, any opportunity to get laughs in front of an audience. I would pretty much take there's a Simpsons where. Yeah. Bart. His bills himself as the boy thousand voices residence. He doesn't impression of principal. Skinner Skinner says you're about to be the boy thousand days detention. The guy that I went to high school with the announcements my senior year, and he was class president. He's currently in LA. He owns a small comedy club. Really? We're the same age and he occasionally gets up to perform. But yet, it's funny. How you know? I can totally see that with him and even more. So with you with the experiences you've had so that must have taken enormous confidence than to to go to the big city from the midwest with that focus knowing that. That's what you wanna do. How much of that is writing and performing kind of when you were in school. What was the balanced there? I would say that ultimately stand up as a performance, art form. But to be really good comic does television sets regularly and has stuff that's kind of timeless. That's when the writing comes in. And so I love the combination of getting to put on paper. Things that I thought would be funny to present in front of strangers. Because that's always the key with Stanford is it's the transition of it's one thing to make your friends and family laugh, but to go up in front of people who have no idea who you are. That's really the challenge starting. Because there's no there's no sort of give of like, oh, why already know, Hugh, and he's a funny guy. It's like, I'm literally in Midland, Texas when I'm twenty five years old I've ever been to Texas in my life performing to people in cowboy hats, who don't know who the hell I am. And like that to me is the ultimate test of a stand up. But I like the combination of writing and performing, and that's so interesting for me to think of I mean with me and most of you know, most fellow violinists. I mean, we're all we're starting with the strong material. You know, it's it's been around to the time. And that's all we're supposed to do. Now. There's gonna be obviously limiting to always supposed to do is go out and perform it. Well, but to write your own, and as you say get up and cold in front of people that don't know you that's part of it. Right. I mean, they get to know your lease. They get to trust you if it's going to be successful performance. That's correct almost and the more. They. Trust to you, the more you get away with it makes it easier to try out new material. The maybe isn't as strong doesn't work because if they already trust you, and you try something that doesn't work there forgiving, but if you're a new performer, and they don't trust you then like at any moment things can go south, and we met through a mutual friend Mishna Wolff who was nice enough to do an interview with me wrote an article on Nate's violin dot com about the performance nerves. Yeah. The whole performing aspect of stand ups, and what violinists can learn from that. And it was shocking to me how much time she spent in front of people before, you know, before the big one before the performance that mattered, and that was such a great reminder to me, you know, of the risks. I need to take. And also to perhaps to be a little easier on myself if I was performing a piece for the first time and not feeling comfortable with it. She was saying why why would you feel comfortable with what you're trying to prepare by yourself in a practice room. This things you've never done in front of people. Why would you expect you would just go in front of people and do it? And but that is I think what we expect that is. And I it's why I don't like the process of acting additions which a little love to me. That's for someone who loves performing as good at it. That's the most nerve ING thing for me, like sit home and work alone on a script memorizing, my part, and then be put into a room with a casting director, and maybe another actor, it's terrifying. But you have you've been on some shows you've been in in films as well what if some of your favorite performing experiences? Let's before we talk about stand up and before we talk about writing because you. Been writing for some huge shows shirt. What are some of the performances that stand out for you? Well, one I'm not saying this just because I'm doing the Nathan Cole podcast one. That absolute stands up is I opened for John Stewart at Carnegie Hall, Allan king, legendary comedian was the host. So he brought me onstage introduced me. I did twenty minutes. And then Jon Stewart followed me as the headliner. Did maybe forty five even Jon Stewart couldn't get over. He's like, Hugh, I'm happy to be here. But for you, this must be. You'll never gonna top this like your your own violinist. You've played a longtime. You're at Carnegie Hall getting to play your violin on stage in front of sold out crowd. But comedian I haven't done that like it was remarkable and to be in the dressing room in what does those photos of kids Uffizi or whomever John's like, I don't know these people are and I knew they all were. So for me, it felt very at home to get to have this experience. Yeah. That's special place that was really special. Now, do you write do you write for other? Or have you written for other stand ups, or is that something that really doesn't happen stems? Right. Their own stand ups. Right. Their own until they're so successful that they don't have to anymore. Okay. The exception to that would be Jerry Seinfeld to my knowledge to this day, still writes his own stuff. But anyone who hosts a talk show Letterman Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon. They're not. Writing anything their whole staff of ten to fifteen writers writing for them, and even Ellen generous who's a great standup who I worked with early my career. She's doing going to do a TV special now she announced, and I've already heard that she'll tweak it, but she'll definitely have several writers come up with stuff for her because she doesn't have the time. It's the most time consuming thing to work on your act and write stand up. It's not something you can just do quickly spare time, Chris rock. Also, he gets help, but he loves writing and is a good writer, so he'll write some of his own stuff. Okay. We've actually got tickets to see him in November. I think it is here in LA great when he comes because I've never seen him live. Now. He's terrific. Well, was your experience typical? And what is that sort of progression? You're writing for this person or the show, and then you go onto this other thing or maybe there isn't a standard. I would say. There's not a standard for every person works for me getting on Saturday Night Live as a writer. I prove very early on that I was super depth monologues. Because I can as a stand up not only can I write jokes the work for a live audience. But I could adapt. My comedic sense to the host was and sort of write something in their voice, and that's a commodity because some writers can only write in their own voice. I think I've seen some of those. Yes. So I think I did write more monologues than any other writer during my tenure at Saturday Night Live, and when we're those years, so they were to make it simple. The will fail years starting left with him. So okay started in nineteen ninety-five left in two thousand two was a seven year run. Okay. And from that, I got the confidence and experience to go onto doing TV shows and other things where I was hired to write for one person. I see like deal hugely the African American is he had a short lived political talk show and CNN that we did work. Yeah. It was the right? When Obama was elected his first term. It was called deal breaks the news. It was a great show. And so I was one of deals main guys writing monologue bits for him. Yeah. Was he in the original kings of comedy was? Okay. We just saw that for the first time. I don't know why take so long. Yeah. What a talent. He's a huge. He was great in that movie. So just I mean, we could stay on SNL. I'm sure for for quite a while. But what's a look at the the writing process? I how many writers might be involved in a week's always say too many. But there's like fifteen to twenty writers during the week and the process of writing actually occurs only in a few days per week, meaning Monday and Tuesday are the deja writing for that Saturday show because by Wednesday, they pick the sketches for the week. So at that point Thursday and Friday a rehearsal days. The only thing that would be written is if there's some breaking news story rat they want to address which does happen. But the majority of the show was written, you know, Monday and Tuesday. So they picked the material before anybody's actually read through it. You know on Wednesday a huge table read. Okay. With all the cast. Okay. And when you're the writer, you assign who you want to read each part tremendous power. I was I had no idea if it has I mean writers at sediment live how more power than any other TV show that I know of which is fantastic now that. Has to lead to some conflicts, depending on it does it's I think Lorne Michaels in a cool way. He he respects writers as producers and felt like they know in their head who should be cast. They know the strengths and weaknesses of the cast. Let them decide if he has any disagreements he can change if he generally sticks to what the writers want. And it's the only show on TV where the greatest performers on the show are still beholden to the writers. Because if you're not a good writer, which many SNL cast members aren't you're not going to do. Well, right makes me wish that I don't know especially in this day and age could have a little ticker on the bottom or something, you know, that would let you know who's writing. I'd love that what you're listening to that'd be great. There must have been some sort of magic combinations. Are you able to say maybe who one or two of your favorite performance to write for say? Okay. It's hugh. And so and so this is going to be so during my year. Ears. I loved writing for Norma, Donald okay? He was a stand up like me. I knew him before we either of us were on the show. Okay. Tracy morgan. I think I was the first writer that's an L to really right for him. Because he was officially a water. He didn't know anybody on the show and he had a hard time adjusting to the world of Saturday Night Live and learn Michaels, but I did collaborate sometimes just come up with stuff for him his first few seasons. Yeah. For sure. Well, are there just because that info isn't so readily available or are there sketches the I'm gonna know or that our audience is going to know that that we're your I think so so for norm Donald I wrote all his Larry king's real impact of the time people love they were pretty vicious deliberately. So I hated what Larry King had become and so I really wanted to skewer them and norm. Did a brilliant brushing of? Yeah. So we did that a lot. For tracy. There was a talk show we did twice called pimp chat. Yeah. So I wrote him chat. And then my must infamous recurring sketch was mister peepers with Chris Catan half monkey boy spit apples face. But yes, it was written. I had to write when he'd spent the apple and all that stuff. I mean, there's so many sketches that worked, and I was I always try to imagine how much this is sounded on the first reading because it just they seem like they wouldn't look funny on paper to me. But obviously the people behind there's that chemistry between the writers and performers for sure. And when you tend the table read, it's joyous experience. Because you're seeing some amazingly talented actors bring what you've written to life and they go full throttle because they're competitive they wanna get their sketch on the air. No holding back like sometimes they'll even put on a wig or use a prop jus-. To help with the laugh. So you're seeing like very very rough version of the sketch performed live and the audience for this is just the writer and not just the writers. It's the the Herron makeup people the associate director. So there's probably dick could be like fifty people in that room. Okay. Fifty six. So when you get a laugh, it's a big laugh. It's almost like a sizeable comedy club audience. Yeah. So what are the what are the qualities that that? I mean because it's so fast paced too right in that environment. Obviously, you have to be able to produce quickly or you given any direction beforehand about what you you're going to write about or just remarkably you're given no direction. Okay. Zero in like artistically, that's brilliant. But sometimes we are having a slow week. You're like, oh, man. I don't know what to write it almost be easier. If someone said. Right. I need you to write. Here's the premise and did it happen to. I mean, there must have been performed that. We're very popular to write for and others navy. That weren't totally is that part of what is that part of why people would leave the show or s to leave. Yes. And we'll just weren't interested in. Yeah. And one thing people surprised that is there's no equality on the show. Meaning it's not as if they go. Oh, this poor cast member doesn't have anything written for them. Like, well, maybe the reason that has members having things written for them because people don't think that funny. So it's viable the fittest. Right. And yeah, when you have a star like welfare UIL, a high percentage of stuff is being written. Or if he's not the star of it. He's in it. And then maybe two other actors on the show where they're only included in four sketches out of forty at the table read. Well, and so how long would this reading go several hours is about thirty to forty? Sketches read out loud from start to finish. Now who picked the hosts Lorne Michaels along with a small team of talent producers. Okay. So they would their job was to like keep him informed about who's hip who's hot? Because there's no he would know some of these people, right? He has the he was the arbiter of saying, yes. No. Or maybe and was always just one writer per monologue. Generally. Yes. I would say you're like I was allowed to if I wanted to go to another writer and say help this for sure but monologue specially seem to be written primarily by one person. Okay. And so what was the transition like or how did you know when it was time to to leave the show. That's a great question for me. It was the law of diminishing returns gotten a taste of performing on the show. I did get an opportunity really times. Yep. And the best time was when Al Gore and Joe Lieberman where the presidential candidates. I did a great job Lieberman impression. So I got to do it. I did a weekend update piece as myself and of it was there's only out of twenty writers at Saturday live. I was one year the only Jewish writer, and that's why the show socks that was my premise and everyone loved learn thought it was funny, and they let it on the air. And it was when Tina Fey. Jimmy Fallon were the host of weekend update. Okay. They introduced me as writer, Hugh, Fink within my my premise. I got in my Joe Lieberman impression because Jewish forget how I'd do it. And that went over really well, and I got big laughs. And so that was maybe my fourth or fifth year as a writer on the show in brought me right back to my performing roots and comments like I want to be on this show. I don't wanna write any. So I think once it became clear to me that I was still primarily going to be a writer and not be given the opportunity to perform that much. I felt like I gotta move on. Because seven years is a long time to be there. And is that did you have already things lined up. Then. I got a job offer in Los Angeles for brand new sitcom, so that was the impetus for me making a move. Well, so had you considered living in LA before that. I mean was it a place that you wanted to come? No, I told all my friends. I'd never be back sends a little like a Saturday. This is my dream. I want out of LA I'll come back to visit and do some gigs. But I'm never gonna live here again. And it became clear to me that after Saturday live does no real upward move in New York. You know, there's Conan O'Brien that was the daily show, but it's not like there's many shows to work on New York. So that's why most people end up back in Los Angeles. Well, and so was the sitcom was that a long term thing or just that's breaking? It did bring me back it became a shorter then because it bombed, and this is an example for us how it was like a dream team of comedy writers based on their credits. There was Greg Daniels who created the American version of the office, and he was he was executive prison. King of the hill. George Meyer is one of the most famous, right? Simpson's will Gluck has become a huge director of feature films was a writer on the show. Okay. It was remarkable. How many A-List comedy writers were on the staff of this NBC show, which is one of the reasons I took the job my agent said you're going to be in great company. And this shows like there's never been a writing staff like this. It was cancelled after six episodes and was not a good show. Even you thought even I I did. Yeah. I was unfortunately, it reminded me of like why I don't watch a lot of sitcoms ones because I find them very sort of forced and not based in reality that I like, what's amazing, you know, thinking back to my childhood. I mean, that's what was on was just about nothing else. And you know since I was a kid. I wasn't thinking about oh, you know, what else might they put on TV. It was just that. That's what a that show was right at that. At that point had TV sort of moved on from the sitcom, and this was a bit more of a throwback or was this still win sitcoms? Were this is what the height of friend? Okay. Yes. So I worked on they were they were trying to think of as a replacement for friends. I was NBC. It was the whole must see TV era. Okay. So that was sort of. What was going on? Frazier was wrapping up. Okay. Everybody loves Raymond like, those shows were had been on eight or nine years. So they were coming to a close. Okay. So this was meant to be another big staple in the in the okay, exactly. And so how did you move on? So the show was cancelled which time I was sort of like while this what I rooted for. And then it was a great lesson to me of like, okay. I don't wanna be stuck now on this track of working on sitcoms that I don't like that's not satisfying, especially coming from sending live where so much of that. Experience was joyous and exciting. So I ended up doing the final season of the drew Carey show, which is very successful another sitcom that had had a good run. And I was on its final season. So creatively was very limiting because to show where they had their characters. They just needed, you know, funding people to write jokes. You're not going to reinvent anything. Sure. But while I was there, and it was a very talented writing staff, I was able to have free time to go. What I wanna do? What do I want to? So I created the showbiz show David Spade, which became my first series that I got on the air in Iran for three seasons on comedy central. Yeah. And it was very much in my voice because this is pre TM's. EMC provide videos. It was a really reverent. Honestly funny. Look at show, business and pop culture. And this was yours in the. I mean, were you you were show creator title, create. Okay. I the pilot David Spade wasn't involved with another comedian who I cast host it and it went well. But the network wanted a bigger star to host the show. Okay. Got spayed and it worked at work. Now, we've we're gonna come back in the end to what you're doing right now. We've skipped over some of what makes you I won't say unique. Because there there's at least one other person that's put violin into their comedy. But when I've watched your videos. Where you're not just talking about the violent or bringing your experience with violin an abstract way. But literally putting the violin up there right in front of the microphone. I mean, your your impression of someone sort of faking the audience out as to whether you know, when they're done or not just we we went back and watched it like ten times in a row. Anyone happened to heavy eighteenth century Italian violin, I could borrow. I don't believe it. How did you? I mean for me. It would just be courage. I guess how did you find the courage, or how did you decide, you know, people are going to laugh at this? I'm gonna bring a violin. Right. Well, keep in mind as a kid back on had been entertaining people. If I play the violin. It was found that people were impressed with the kid who plays the violin decently. And maybe you experiences to it's an instrument that people know is hard, and they know that can sound really bad when it's played poorly. So if you're a young person who plays it in tune, and with any dexterity, I found people are kind of impressed. So I think my instinct told me if I can figure out funny ways clever ways to incorporate my violent into my up, but not in the Jack Benny persona where I'm trying to talk about how violinist Iran, but almost do the Victor Borge model where people go oh my God. He's acting. Play. Now, I Victoria because I only wish that my violin skills were as good as his because he seemed like a really good to me. I'm nowhere nearly that good on violin. But for the layman at a comedy club. I'm a great violinist. Well, but I mean, that's. We were watching it and saying what he's really good really, you know, he really could play like I wonder, you know, when did he decide not to? That's no. And but I you need that. Because even people who don't know violin playing specifically, or you know, they can sense if you're really know what you're doing. And if you feel it now, so you mentioned Jack Benny kind of the elephant in the violin comedy room and a little later after we turn the mic sof. I'm going to have you placed on play on his Stradivarius. It's amazing to me to think of a time when yeah, violent playing comic was one of the most famous people in the world and could essentially play version of himself, not not himself, but version of and at the same time to as a violinist, you know, my grandfather was in the Philadelphia orchestra back in the forties. Through the sixties and played at least one concert with Jack. Benny. And he he remembered enough of the jokes and the bits to tell me. Yeah. You know, Jack Benny goes up and tries to play the Mendelssohn concerto in the concert master, taps them and shows them how it's done, you know, next one of the ushers who was really violinist in the orchestra jumps up and takes the violin plays better. And finally, it's a janitor. And he's got the the look down. And all that. There are still I meet some young people today who have seen those thanks to YouTube about there was a period of twenty years where young people didn't really know. Who was sure? But now if you're if you're violent Istana, Facebook, or whatever someone's going to be sharing some of those videos with you. I mean was that ever part of your inspiration? Honestly, wasn't like it's weird for me when I play comedy clubs as a young stand up in older people like Jack Benny and that reference to me was I knew it because everyone would mention it. But I didn't have there was no YouTube. I was in my twenties. I had not seen Jack Benny very much right from stories. My parents told me that he was a genuinely funny like brilliantly funny guy separate from the violin. Just as whole stick and his persona and had great timing. And I knew all that. But I wasn't really familiar influenced by his violent stuff at all. And then there was any young men another violent plane comic. But unlike Benny, I think Kenny young truly wasn't a good violinist. Right. Right. But he just truly used it as a device to tell his old school one liners, which is a funny. It's a funny conceit. Yeah. Have you gone back and watched any of the Jack Benny episodes because that's what strikes me looking looking back is that it was more and one liners are great too. But he was putting together. These episodes centering on his violin playing familiar with those. I'd probably love him. But yeah, I I just I wondered they must have come off. Well at the time where he wouldn't have remained as popular as he was. But it's just it's funny to me. Yeah. How Jack Benny comes home? He's depressed about his playing Rochester's bottom of new not bottom. But he's helping him operate than his new tape recorder. Meanwhile, he's got Isaac stern stashed in the closet. Really fake. Yeah. That's one of my favorite how the setup is. He's going to have Jack Benny plane to the recording machine and pretend to play it back. But in reality, he's gotten his friend Isaac stern stashed in the closet. Who's going to play the thing when he says playback and goes wrong, and yeah, that's amazing. So is just a different time. What it shows how clever minds think alike because I did a bit. Unfortunately, I don't think is tape, but I did it with Tracy Morgan and Joshua bell. A really I don't know if I mentioned not not yet. So we did the bit several times we did it at the Montreal comedy festival, and we did it in New York Times. So the bit was I'd be doing my violin comedy in the crowd would like it. And then Tracy Morgan would rush the stage as Tracy Morgan. He was a celebrity and people loved him. And he will like Hugh think let me tell you man, you violin sucks, Tracy. Actually. That's not true. And he's like, you you sound the Tracy crowd will disagree with you and Tracy's like anybody can play violence not that hard through Dickey's, so Tracy at that point would turn to the audience and say, I'm gonna find anyone bring them up. Here. He found Josh bell crowd. Didn't know. Right. So Josh bell. Who's? Comes up as an unassuming audience member and Tracy's. Gimme your violin Vink. So I hand Tracey my violin at which point Tracy starts to teach Josh bell. How to hold the violin? How to hold the bow and Tracy's instructing him and Josh starts off playing incredibly awkwardly and badly, and then sort of stammers into playing some Vagnozzi thing and the crowd going nuts, and then Tracy going that's Josh bell. The bit would kill. And of course, nowadays this was ten years ago. It'd be a harder bit to get away with maybe because some people would recognize Josh. But as long as some of the crowd doesn't know Josh it worked great. Yeah. And if people, you know, if you guys sell it exactly sold it in. Josh was great. You know, he's he's a natural performer. He's got a good sense of humor. Yeah. He loved the. The premise of him having to be this clumsy guy and trays. He was great. And so yeah, that was a really fun bit. Tell me how you came to know Joshua bell. I know you grew up not for. Yes. So he's from Bloomington, Indiana, where his parents were the Kinsey institute, and I'm from Indianapolis and some of my friends from Indianapolis who ended up at the Indiana school music new Josh when he was a teenager when he was studying with Gingell, then everyone knew who he was. So I think one time I was invited down there to Bloomington, and they introduced me to him, and we kind of hit it off. I was already I think I was maybe a high school senior or a freshman in college. But he thought I was funny. And then when I moved L A and started doing stand up when he'd come out here as a kid to play with the NFL harmonic or give recitals he'd come to see me at the comedy store, but he was not of age to get in. Okay. It was mom would bring up his mom would have to lug him to the comedy club. And he couldn't wait to be on his own year, travel and stuff. Yeah. That's great. And then Josh when he played with the NFL ramonic-, I always come to concerts, and I got to become friendly with Mitch Newman some of the other musicians. I know Mitch Mitch was the one that told me about not only you but going to some comedy clubs, right? When I first came here. So when I first moved out to LA, I was kind of blown away. Like, wow, this is where they made the prices right favorite shows for your own. Like, I didn't even know where to start. And so he was like you gotta get out to see some comedy. That's one of the things. That's the mazing about living out your he's right? Well, I'm pretty sure Mitch attended one of my other major favorite performances was I was on the Rodney Dangerfield HBO young comedians special, which is taped at Royce hall. Okay. And Mitch came to see me do that as well. And was playing violin. I watched that. Well in a couple of minutes, I'm going to see if you wanna play some more violin has I think the the stage is open for us. I very tell tell us what you're up to right now. You you had a great sounding show that you're doing now. Right. So I just completed as a producer writer season two of the television series. Martha Stewart and snoop Dogg dogs potluck dinner party. So you can see why it's called that. Because snoop is truly always stoned Martha gets drunk on the air because it's a cooking show with celebrities where the each they'll take one type of food like let's say New Orleans food and Martha will make her Martha Stewart, shrimp co-boys and snoop will make his dirty rice and grits from the hood. But they cook on the show. They have celebrities on the show and they get wasted because Martha's making cocktails so like the New Orleans show. She made a it's called says Iraq. Okay. Yeah. And they were. Just gone to tapings take two hours. Plus, they're eating and drinking. But they're they have great chemistry, Martha soup their friends and strangely enough. They have things in common to talk about. And are you performing on that show just producing and writing? Well, great. Well, I can't thank you for coming down to Disney hall and letting us in on the path you took from violinists to comic and keeping those two enmeshed the whole time. It's a pleasure. And I always feel like my roots studying violin had a profound influence on my ability to just be fearless about performing standup. Well, so they go hand hand for me. Thank you, so much pleasure.

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Ep. 577 - Democrats Attempt to Sexually Molest Kavanaugh

The Andrew Klavan Show

44:00 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 577 - Democrats Attempt to Sexually Molest Kavanaugh

"The New York Times a former newspaper is apologizing for being the New York Times a former newspaper in the midst of running hip pieces against Republicans that are skewed biased and often on true it ran a hit piece against a Republican that was skewed biased and untrue, and so has taken time out from unfairly. Denigrating Republicans to apologize for having unfairly denigrated a Republican, the piece that squeeze the sullen little apology out of the leftist birdcage liner was an attack on UN ambassador. Nikki Haley. The article by time State Department correspondent Gardner. Harris was linked to the headline. Nikki Haley view of New York is priceless. Her curtains fifty, two thousand seven hundred and one dollars a picture of embassador Haley accompany the article. The first paragraph went like this quote, the State Department spent fifty two thousand seven hundred and one dollars last year buying customized and mechanized curtains for the picture windows and Nikki are Haley's official residents as embassador to the United Nations. Just as the department was undergoing deep budget cuts. And had frozen hiring unquote, six power graphs down the times. Added this little tidbit, quote, a spokesman for miss Haley said plans to buy the curtains were made in two thousand sixteen during the Obama administration. Miss Haley had no say in the purchase. He said, unquote, that's right. The curtains were ordered by the Obama people probably so then embassador Samantha Powers' could close the curtains watt, so no one could see her unmasking spine on US citizens, New York Times editor blithering prevarication. The third issued an apology for the article, writing quote in our mad, rush to unfairly denigrated Republican. We accidentally unfairly denigrated a Republican in a manner that made it apparent that our once great paper while still maintaining his former appearance has now become a corrupt and dishonest mouthpiece of the socialist wing of the democrat party. We regret revealing that and we'll be careful to unfairly denigrate Republicans more subtly in the future. Okay. The New York Times didn't really print that that would have been the truth which has no place in the New York Times trigger warning Andrew klavan, and this is the Andrew klavan show. Also saint. Thompson, these so wonderful. All right. We are back after the sad and lonely Clayton. This weekend you were going through not make, but we will talk about Brett cavenaugh the course and Sara Gonzalez from the blaze is going to be here in the studio with us to talk about the news and how it works in her new show about the news. 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And then she finally said, I'm turning it over, but the woman wasn't named and now she has come forward and and his says she will testify Cavanaugh says that the whole thing is untrue and it he too will testify. He completely denies it, but he says that he will now he's willing to go back and and testify about these things in which he says, never happened. Now, I want to talk about this. I'm going to talk about the fact that I don't believe these charges and why the charges. Sorry, it just want to make sure I'm no what I'm talking about, why I don't believe the charges, but before I talk about that, I wanna talk about something else I want to talk about what what about the? What about if the charges are absolutely true. What about if the charges are absolutely true, her name is Christine. Blazey four is that is. Got her name but Christian before it. I think that's so I want to talk about what if this fifty three year old man of impeachable character. What if one night in high school when he was seventeen, he got drunk and felt up a high school girl who was also junk. I don't care. I don't care. I don't give one rat's hair about that. I do not care if now I don't care if he were a left winger if he were as left as left could be if he used the constitution for toilet paper, I would want him turn down from the supreme court for that. But for this no freaking way. I don't care this. If it's true, which I don't think it is. I want to be very clear clear about this if a man of unimpeachable character, right? This is a guy that everybody says is great guys. The FBI has investigated him six times six times nothing has come up. They pull this at the last minute after the hearings are over. So he can't defend. Himself. He has to come back to defend himself. So the press has a chance to go through the whole weekend just, you know, absolutely attacking him. But let's just say, let's just pretend from an at that. This is true. I don't care if this were a young woman being appointed judge, and it turned out that she had had an abortion, which at least is permanent is something that you can't take back, right? I mean, this is he, you know, he felt her up, but he didn't rape or anything like that. That would be a different story. That's not the telling is store that he just got on top Verney malter if this were a woman who had had an abortion when she was sixteen or seventeen said, I did a terrible thing. I really feel bad about it, but I was sixteen seventeen panic. I wouldn't care either. Why not? Because teenagers have got to be able to be teenagers. What kind of compassion lists? Small-minded puritanical pinched closed, hardened view of human life. Are we going to. We're going to live with to serve our politics if people cannot be teenagers and make a mistake that is obscene to me, I've told you many times I think new Victorian ages coming in lots of ways and lots of very positive ways. But if it means if it means that a person cannot get a job, a high place job because he did something one night when he got drunk and high school. Again, not a rape, not a murder, not something that's, you know, completely permanent destroys lives just a little bit of, you know, bad behavior as a high school. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? Which of us? I mean, nobody can can survive that. We've all done bad things. Everybody has done a bad thing and who in congress, what man in congress surely is not going to have some story from his high school. You know, is that really the standard that the left wants to set is really the standard. And I say this again, if he were a leftist, I still still would not hold this against him if we can't be children, if we can't be teenage. If we can't have flaws, if we can't be human beings whose left who who is going to who's going to be a judge over us who's going to sit on the supreme court? Someone who knows nothing about the foibles of humankind. Who was, you know, everything about our constitution is built with a knowledge of the foibles humankind. That's why they pitched powers against each other. A, we really to serve our lousy politics are mean ugly stupid, low politics are we really going to abandon our compassion for human being. Such that we only will allow people who have never done anything to to serve us. That is absurd. I don't care if it's true now, here's why I don't think it's true. I mean, there are lots of reasons why I don't think is true. This lady, you know, I don't. I'm not going to attack her. Maybe she remembers this. Maybe she doesn't. She told it to a therapist in two thousand twelve. This is the first thing. She told it to the story to a tear therapist in twenty thirty years after it happened to you never told it to anyone before that he was trying to take off her. Suit the story in the therapist note don't meant match the story that she's telling now they don't name cavenaugh and they say that there were four men in the room. Now she says that it's two men in the room, you know, but this she says, that's the therapist fall. She took the Notre on how on earth? How on earth do you defend yourself against the charge like that? How on earth do you defend yourself? So dismiss it on that the the woman, Christine blazey. Ford has a hazy recollection of the of the incident. She was drunk. She doesn't remember what happened the the idea I mentioned this before, but the idea that they released this, this charge after the healing was over. They did the same thing. This is the Anita hill playbook. This is the Anita hill playbook Anita hill came forward and I didn't care about that. Either the the with Clinton I didn't want Clinton to be impeached for what what he did. The only thing about Clinton was it was revelatory of his constant character Bill Clinton's affair that he had in the offices that we pay for was revelatory of his const. And character. He was constantly using and abusing women for his pleasure. He was constantly using abusing Hillary for his power. You know? I mean, he treated her like garbage and she didn't like it very much by a according to all accounts. So that said something about his character. This is nothing about the guy. However, again, cavenaugh has been investigated six times the all these women who have come forward and said that he was a wonderful guy. I can sixty five women signed an affidavit, and the left's response to that was that proves he's a bad guy. Why would he have to have so many people come forward? If if he didn't, it wasn't defending himself against something. So the more people who come forward to defend you if you happen to be a conservative that condemns you that. That's what condemns you the other thing about this woman and this is important. Well, let me get to that in a minute. I want to talk about the way your students. She's a teacher professor. I want to talk about the fact that the way your students reactor. But first Kavanagh's mother who was a circuit court, judge once ruled, the. Against her parents. That's something that may give regret. And finally, she is a very left wing Bernie supporting democrat who donates the left wing causes and has previously signed an open letter challenging Trump's border policy. Some people said, for instance that well, when she first talked about this, it was twenty twelve and so- cavenaugh but she didn't mention cavenaugh at the time it seems like, so why would she say then? Cavenaugh wasn't going to be in the supreme court in two thousand twelve. But Mitt Romney said he would pick Cavanaugh to. He put cavenaugh very high on his list so that she may have had a grudge against him a political grudge against them too. So I'm going to get back to her her students in just a minute. But this is such this is such bologna is such baloney thing to do. These guys will do anything to protect. The left will do anything to protect their power from the constitution. They do not want that evil constitution coming and taking their power way. Let us talk about light stream because I know. You know, you have that credit card. I do this all the time. I have my credit card. It's like it's not even money. You know, it's just a little plastic card. You hand it to somebody. Then the Bill comes due and you, if you've ever read the small print on your credit card, the interest that you have to pay on a credit card loan is crushing. It is crushing, but with late stream you can take out a loan and pay it off at a much, much better rate. 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She is rated. Her her students, you know, they give students give ratings to their teachers. Some of the things they say about her are, for instance, something is wrong with her. She says, she holds grudges against students who crosser. Here's one of the one of the things a student wrote, and these are before these charges came forward. He's like in from two thousand fourteen Christine. Ford is the worst educator I have ever experienced avoid taking her class and avoid any interaction with this person. I feel like she has something wrong with her and I'm surprised no one has caught this. Another one professor Ford's unprofessional lacks appropriate filters and honestly scared of her. She's just like, you know, the both Roger Kimball and Myron magnet. Two of the smartest Newman beans. I know Myron magnet who's at city journal and Roger. Kimball Hoffman writes for the spectator. They are to the smartest people. I always teased Kimball because he wears a bowtie says the only man in America who here's a bow, tie in means it. 'cause that's how smart they both were comparing this to the Nita hill. Playbook Anita hill. They told Anita hill. She wasn't going to have to testify, ultimately became this enormous circuit circus. They will say anything. They will do anything that will slander anyone to stop the their power from being taken away by the constitution. I have to say it's like it's like watching some kind of demon snake riding in the hands of the people who are trying to pry the snake off the tower of its power. You know, it's like I cannot give I end this nate- of power. You would've not take me away from my. It's insane viciousness the viciousness and the the idea of what it is doing to our sense of what it means to be a human being is it's despicable it is it really is. It really is terrible. You know, there was so much that Nikki Haley story, which is appalling. That thing where they basically accused her of buying these curtains for whatever it was fifty, three thousand dollars and it was really Samantha power under in the Obama administration. They buried that it's only because they got caught. I mean, they just ran. They finally ran this note at the top of the story was a little unfair voice, you know, maybe as well, but we still don't like her. You know, it's like, what? What on earth? What on earth do you when you go to work at the New York Times? And you're tying your tire shaving your face in the morning or putting on your makeup in the morning, and you look at yourself in the mirror, what do you think of yourself if you're working for that paper, you have to think that you are show wonderful yet your philosophy is so great that is worth lying and twisting things. The other one was this hurricane story, the hurricane story, hurricane, Maria, and hurricane Irma, which hit three weeks earlier. In Puerto Rico, and they put out the story that there were an estimated it was the Milken institute school of public health. George Washington University found that from September twenty seventeen through this February there an estimated twenty nine hundred seventy five excess mortalities and come in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, meaning three thousand people who died, who wouldn't have died if the hurricane hadn't hit. And so President Trump pushed back and he tweeted last week, the three thousand people did not die in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico and that when he visited soon after Maria, the toll was between six people and eighteen. So just to show you the measured careful way that the press reacted judging these three thousand people who wouldn't have died against Trump's tweet. Here's a perfect example of the way the press treats this Jennifer. Rubin on MSNBC. Donald Trump has killed those people twice, fine. Tune. Tune? It lacked an oversight, and Secondly disgracing that they died at all, and that's what death, denial. That's what holocaust, denial. That's what all these denials syndromes are all about is killing the person twice. That seems fair. Don't send out a tweet. It was like he flew to Puerto Rico, denied the holocaust, and then leapt upon these people and strangled them to death. As you know, it's exactly what it was like, Jake tapper just called it a lie. He was citing the governor of where the Rico who wants to be a democrat presidential candidate, what's it's insane. So Mary Ann stages, O'Grady, love her name. She sounds like a nun, she's. But in fact, she is the Latin America correspondent columnist for the Wall Street Journal. So she wrote a piece today and she said, you know. This is Trump is in the right of this. He was being treated unfairly. They're excess mortality. First of all is not the normal way that you judge how many people died in a hurricane. Judge how many people die in the hurricane by how many people are killed during the hurricane excess mortality studies on the way you count the dead because who knows why people died, who knows? How can you say, well, he he, his car crashed into a tree, but it might not have if there hadn't been hurricane three days before it's just it's just not fair. But the point about this is is that there aren't any other measures other hurricanes that have been measured in that way. So there's no way to compare the deaths in Puerto Rico to other places other hurricanes. So because the case they're trying to make is that Trump and the FEMA kind of botched the hurricane thing, and then they sell this on CNN. Oh, he doesn't care about Brown people, you know the routine, they do it one hundred times a million times you've seen it and seen it and seeing it, but it's all it's all ridiculous. I mean in the point that Mary. A great he makes in the Wall Street Journal is that the attack on Trump is a disservice to Puerto Ricans. This is her writing. She says, it helps the island politicians dodge their own responsibility for the loss of life. The failure of medical equipment due to power outages, for example, may have been one cause of numerous post storm deaths, but as Mary Williams Walsh, detailed in a New York Times story titled how free electricity helped big nine billion dollar hole in Puerto Rico, island officials mismanaged, the power company for years, which left the grid, highly vulnerable when the storm hit. In fact, she says, local government was thoroughly unprepared for Maria according to the George Washington University study, neither the department of public safety nor the central communications office in the governor's office had written crisis and emergency risk communication plans in place. The health department's office of emergency preparedness and response had an outdated emergency plan. You know. I'm trying to make a general point here. A general point. Because of the left because the left owns the press because the left owns the media because they have been hysterical about every Republican since Reagan and are now hysterical by Donald Trump, who I will admit gives them more cause for hysteria both by the fact that he's more effective than most presidents and by the fact that he behaves badly at times, they have lost a whole sense of what they are supposed to be doing. They have lost all sense of truth. They've lost also just endless the Russian thing, the Russian collusion investigation. If it comes out, I'm almost positive, will that Trump had nothing to do with was not colluding with Russia to do whatever colluding means. I mean, colluding there's not even a law against colluding not only Coulter, but but if it turns out that there was no collusion between Trump and Russia during the campaign as I'm almost certain it will when Muller's finished with his investigation, what have they been doing to us for the last two years? You know, what have they been doing to us. For the last two years. Let me pause for just a second. I'll talk about that a little bit more fight. I gotta talk about beach body on demand. The reason I gotta talk about this because I know you're distracted listening to me. Talk about how great I look. You're thinking, how do I get in shape like that? When I'm on, I'm running around all the time. I don't have time to go to the gym Minho hotels them in cars at home and trying to work all the time. What do I do? Beach body on demand is the solution. It's got all these. It's all it is. It comes on your phone. 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So Bob Woodward brought out this book fear or as I call it, bears Donald Trump's presidency. And all they talk about is Donald Trump is chaotic and he's, you know, crazy and all this stuff, but they forgot that they didn't read the book and I haven't read the book either, but Hugh Hewitt has and Hugh Hewitt had Woodward on his radio show and asked him, did you find any evidence of collusion? Here's Woodward's response. Did you Bob Woodward hear anything in your research and your interviews that sounded like espionage or collusion? I did not. And of course, I. Looked for it, look for it hard, and so you know there we are. We're, we're going to see what Muller has and Dowd may be right. He has something that doubt and the president don't know about a secret witness or somebody who has changed their testimony is, you know, that often happens and that can break open or turn the case, but you've seen no collusion. I have not. All right. So there you know, legendary reporters call him when he attacks Trump alleged every reporter. Now, as he alleged reporter now that he's got Trump off the hook. I mean, this is this Russian collusion thing which by the way when they when Muller comes out, if Muller comes out and says the, there's no collusion between Trump and Russia. It will vanish like that. It's already vanishing. All they do is they go from collusion when that doesn't work. They go, oh, he's insane. Then they go to the next thing. He's insane, whatever the next outrage. Oh, he's killed. He flew down to Puerto Rico while the nine the holocaust and slaughtered three thousand people. Twice. He brought them back to life and killed them again. I mean, they are out of their minds, they're out of their minds and if nothing else is making him look great, which is like, not that he's do right coming up tomorrow, September eighteenth at six thirty pm eastern three thirty Pacific don't miss our next episode of daily wire backstage with Ben Shapiro the one and only the God king of the daily wire, Jeremy boring with me and Alicia Krause and guess who will join us to win back, not bad, not bad. I we'd like to bring Glenn Beck on back, you know, doesn't drink, and I don't think he smokes. We'd like to bring him into a smoke clouded room and drink in front of him. It's just it's just the way of torture. We just like to get him, but he will talk about his new book addicted to outrage and more. We might let those go. We're gonna let no come on those going to be in there. He's got. He brings this Gars we gotta let him in and we'll be taking questions but only from daily wire subscriber. So make sure to become a subscriber today. 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All your questions answered guaranteed. Correct. Will change your life, ten bucks. All right. Come on over to the daily wire dot com. Are we going all is a reporter, producer and host of the blaze show the news and why it matters. Sarah has written for several publications, including the blaze and red state hated to see it. I'm great. Thanks for having me a pleasure of what what is the news and why the news and why it matters, which by the way I did not pick the title, I realize it was not flow off the tongue might want to. However it is very important because we live in an age where we're just inundated with all of these different media outlets just pummeling you with all of these different stories, some of which really may not matter to you in your life. So we try to take the stories that actually matter to our audience and to America and just try to fit it into a thirty minute show on television. And then we go over time on demand on podcast where we fit in a little bit more a little bit extra, but we just Americans don't have that much time to sift through what's important to them. So we try to help them out with you picture stories. Guess what story. Matters today today today we're gonna be talking cavenaugh go to be out. Yes, yeah. I said something. Maybe a little controversial openness show. I said, even if he's guilty if the story's true, which I don't believe it is, but if it's true, I don't care. So you tell me why I'm wrong. Well, I'm not going to tell you that you're necessarily wrong. I am going to tell you it matters to America just based upon the fact that you know it's, it's something that everyone wants to know, but being that he even if this was true, he's he was seventeen at the time. You know, kids are allowed to make mistakes, high school, you know. And I mean, we live in an age now where even, you know, adults can make mistakes. Let's say James gun, you can make a mistake. You can repent for it. You can apologize for it before it even surfaces in the mainstream media, then you got attacked for it and then you lose your career over it. And I think that we're seeing this happen to everyone at such a rate that eventually we're going to get to the place where nobody's going to be able. To keep a job because everyone's done something in their past that could come back to haunt them. If we judge everyone by what they did thirty forty fifty years ago, it's a horrible way to look at the world is a horrible way to look at humanity without, you know, the comedian norm Donald. Yes. He said recently that when you admit to these, especially these me offenses when you mitt to them, you get destroyed. Yeah. Whereas if you deny them, you might survive. Yeah, let me just kind of unfair it. Well, it isn't. I mean, we're living in a time where you know we're supposed to live in a country where we're innocent until proven guilty, but the court of public opinion is a very harsh court, and apparently, you know, you can lose your job, lose everything. Just based on what someone accuses you of with no evidence. I mean, it's we live in a post fact era for sure. Well, now at the blaze, I mean, one of the things I've always admired Glenn fours that he's, he's, he's actually living on air in real time. You can see him, changes, minds, don's, you can see, and he has been, you know, he's written this book addicted outrage, and he's talking about the fact that we're at each other's throats. Is there anything that you feel like as as a person in front of a camera with a microphone? Is there anything that you feel that you should be doing to mitigate that? Well, what we try to do especially on the show which generate some really great conversations is we try to just look at things objectively and you can say, for instance, we had a conversation not too long ago about being pro-life. Obviously, we're all very, very pro-life them, and we had a story come up about the death penalty. And so I posed the question, you know, we say that we're very pro-life. We're all on the side of pro-death penalty. So how do we reconcile that? So I think that the key to that, the key to understanding America is a dicta- to outrage, and we need to break that cycle is we have to be introspective and we have to look inside ourselves and say, okay, we need to make sure that we're being objective and we need to make sure that we're making sure that you know we're calling out ourselves before we call out the other side. I mean, I think that that's very, very key, absolutely true that we have to. Do that? What do you say to people? Because this response I get to this all the time and just this week, this Nikki Haley last week, the Nikki Haley. I mean, that was scurrilous and there's no, there was not a mistake that was not an accident. That was a hit job on Nikki Haley hater and they do it every day. I mean, I read the times everyday mostly for the satire, but I mean it. They do it every day. So what do you say to people who say, if we play by the rules and if we get into the ring wearing gloves and saying, we're going to fight by the Marcus and Queensberry rules and they get in with an ax, it's not fair. I mean, shouldn't we fight back. It's it's a very, it's a very slippery slope. It's a very slippery slope. And you know, you can only do that to a certain point until we just we've completely destroyed each other and there's nothing left. So you know, I do think that there there is some sort of awakening half happening right now even with the left, you know, you look at Alexandria Cosio Cortez and a lot of the mainstream moderate Democrats have come out against her and said we talking about or you, you have no idea how you're gonna pay for this. You know, we need to look at something better. So I think that there is a little bit of an awakening happening, and if we can use that as a catalyst and take the high ground instead of constantly getting down in the mud with the other side, I we're gonna come out and better. Wow. Most optimistic. Gene. Glenn beck. Find some way to get some optimism in there. That is absolutely true. Where do you place Trump and all this? I mean, what do you think the effect of him has been for hurricane Trump is Trump. I mean, he certainly doesn't help it. I do know Stu burger. Glenn's co host does always like to say, he just doesn't like to pay attention to anything that he says that he tweets, anything like that. Just look at policies in particular, I I can see what he would want to do that, but you know, anytime that our president is coming out saying anything controversial, you know, I just wish someone would take away his Twitter really just take away his phone, but he doesn't help. He doesn't help that, but he's fighting with the media and he's in this constant battle with, you know, who is going to be the martyr and who is going to be the winner in this one particular battle. And it doesn't. I feel like as the president of the United States, he should take the high road. It doesn't always happen. I wish that he would because then we could at least say, hey, the leader of the Republican. Party is the one setting the example for everyone else. But you know if someone has someone has to do it, I and assuring going to be the media will is nothing. I mean, that is the answer to this. You know, I, I know a lot of people sometimes me who say, if you know, I mean, if we could take twit Trump's Twitter away, the guy would be on the twenty dollar Bill at this point. He again what he has done a lot of and done a lot of things with the press screaming that we were all going to die. I've seen that before Giuliani did that in New York, he transformed New York. It was called a racist every single day of the New York Times. Reagan did it and he was called all those names. They said everything about Reagan that they say about Trump, obviously different people, but still. What do you say to people who say he's fighting back? I mean, we watched George W Bush and call rove has admitted this. We watched George W Bush taken on the chin day after day, too dignified to presidential to fight back Trump fights back a lot of people, especially his base. Yeah, it's about time. There's a way to fight back in which you're still not going negative. So you could point out the New York Times had misleading article about me. It was completely false and then you could say, you know, look at the economy look at, look at these statistics. Look at the jobs in, you could say, you can fight back in a way that you're not getting down in the dirt. You're not calling the press the enemy of the country. You know, you're not making these inflammatory remarks, but you're still pointing out. Look at all these things that I've done a good job on. Look at the economy numbers, look. I mean, these are actual statistics that he could be spouting off to everyone. Anytime anything negative is. Said about him and he just he chooses to get in the mud every single time instead of sticking to all of the positive things he could say. I mean, one of the reasons I think he's both a affective and harms himself. He's actually one of them. He is one of the media. He's a, he's a media guy. Yeah, and so he understands he understands that he can't let the attacks them, but he also fights back in the same way. They fight with him. I mean, everything they do to him. He does back to them. Yeah, and a lot of a lot of glee that when he's right, but it can be it can be off. So when I look at the polls, I look at the economy. I think everybody was thinking this like where where where's his popularity? And there's a lot of reasons why he doesn't have it. If you're talking to an ordinary person by which I mean, somebody who's not an immediate, they must still be people left who are not in the media. What would you say to them? You know, what would if you were going to write a book at how to watch the news, what would. How to watch the news don't. Don't watch the news. I think that you know, you have to decide for yourself what your principles are, what you what is important to you. So you know, I mean, a big part of the reason that Trump won that the Democrats completely overlooked was what we call fly over nation. So there are these people that you know they're middle class and they, they're historically democrat, right? They voted for Obama, but they were finding that the Democrats not paying attention to them. They were paying attention to the LGBTQ XYZ brigade and they were paying attention to, you know, the bathroom rules and they're paying paying attention to all of these things, and they left out a giant portion of the nation. So you know, these people are saying my paycheck is important to me. You know where my money goes is important to me. You know, my job is important to me and they're leaving all of those people out. So I think that you know, they need to watch the news according to what is important to them and their life, which again, is that we have the news in my matter. Yeah, the news and why matters is I have to ask you one more question personal question because I saw this online as the only for those many people listen to the show and they can't see you're absolutely lovely. And you look like a fashion model. You wait a hundred pounds more. I saw a picture of you. You unrecognizable is fat. How we can say that. How did you wear? We're not. We're not there. I was very not. So I, it was a little over. It's probably twelve years ago, and I was in my last semester at college, and I just decided I wanted to go into law enforcement and so I wanted to get ready for that. I knew I couldn't do it being so overweight, so low carb exercise every day. So no sugar? No bread. Well, yes, and I did. It took me two years did. Yeah, I did it the right way, right. I did it the right way. So it took me two years and I got pregnant gained a little bit of weight back with pregnancy and then lost it again just with the same style modification. Do well, I'm impressed. Yeah, I, I haven't touched a carbon ten years now every once in a while every once in a while I make it make an exception, but very brussel shower Gonzalez in the news and why it matters on the blaze really nice talking to you, and I hope to see you. Thank you so much for having me. I have to show you one thing from the Weather Channel. If you haven't seen this yet, it's been all over online, but we have the clip of this guy pretending that he's walking into the wind to show you how bad the hurricane is just play this. Okay, picking it up here, then Wilmington, North Carolina, right at the intercoastal and we're in one of these bands. This is about nasties. It's been. We had some fans like this last night and then the eye wall sporting. We were not on TV. It was the dark hin raucous night at the hotel and this wind gusting again over sixty miles an hour exploring by basis limbs. Hilariously what's happening is if you can't see it, he's pretending to lean into this powerful wind while two people stroll by back on clearly unaffected. And if you watch the plants, the wind is blowing in the same direction as he's leaning tweets in the right direction. So if distrust the news media just a little bit from time to time like feeling, they're all bunch of liars lowlifes. That's why that is a perfect. It's only like a metaphor is a metaphor for the rest of the media. All right. Are crappy culture. Today as I'm sure each and every one of you knows is Constitution Day that anybody know that, but me, yes, everybody that's why, like I love to see this constitution judge federal judge Don Willett has a piece in the Wall Street Journal in which he recounts the famous story of Benjamin Franklin who made the last great speech of his life urging the signing of the constitution with as he said, all it's flaws and after he signed it, he came out and the people, the crowd and Philadelphia shouted out and what have we got. We got a monarchy or Republic and Franken said, you've got a Republic if you can keep it and judge will. It writes that the constant constitution inaugurated a revolutionary design Madison Arkan architecture infused with Newtonian genius, three separate Coequal branches locked in synchronous, orbit by competing interests. Ambition, counteracting ambition, but the truly extraordinary element was that the three rival branches. Derive their power from three unrivalled words inscribed on the page in supersized script. We the people and he talks about quotes Thomas Jefferson wherever the people are well informed. They can be trusted with their own government. So let's see his how informed the people are my friends at campus reform. We love these guys went out and now there's actually two years ago. I think they went out and asked people within the constitution was being treated as if it were to important if people were paying too much attention to the constitution. Here's what they said. I feel like sometimes people use the constitution as an excuse to not think into not worked towards progress at can from North Carolina. And there are a lot of people in that area who I think's take the constitution to series Susan's read news, kind of vague and using the language that we don't use anymore as he would just don't understand what it means in a large part. I think the text of the constitution itself, and a lot of the amendments are probably taking a little bit too seriously. That attitude has a lot to do with sort of like are path dependent reliance on the constitution, the way where sometimes afraid to think I don't know in more utopian ways arguments and in some saying, oh, well, this is what the constitution says. So therefore, this is what it is. People tend to want to read the constitution very strictly when in reality it's a living document a change of time. You know, we have to keep updating like we would update anything after, you know, like the dictionary is updated like once a week. I mean, I think the founding fathers definitely didn't intend for the constitution to have. I mean, just direct interpretation. I don't believe in direct interpretation of the constitution. So we're deep deep. I like the girl who said is said he prevents us from thinking utopian thoughts in a more utopian way. That's its purpose. That is the purpose of the constitution. It was written by people who knew it was written by people who understood what human beings are, how flawed they are, how sinful they are, how ambitious out is selfish, they are and it pope pitted against one another to keep the government from taking away our freedoms, which is natural. The natural thing that it does study more learn more. Don't be don't be more on, you know, figure out what, why they wrote the constitution. It can be changed. There's nothing wrong with changing it and updating it, but but it is one of the greatest political docket is the greatest political document ever may. You know, there's only one original, radical political thought one, and that is that you should govern yourself everything else's Phero. Everything else is fair. Maybe Ferro for equality. It may be pharaoh for, you know, because we can run the economy better than you can. It may be fair. Because we're the experts in, you're not is all Phero except for the constitution except for the idea that you should govern yourself radical idea. We do not want to lose it. We should cling to it with everything we have. Got all right. Some of you may have noticed that Michael Knowles wasn't here today. I didn't, but some of you may have that was because he had a little accident. I accident backed over him with my car three times. No, no, no. We just we were ablaze. He's coming up. He'll have his show and he will be back. We didn't. We didn't fire him. You've been hasn't fired him yet, but I never. I'm the last guy to get the memo hasn't fired tomorrow. We will be back. I'm Andrew klavan. This is the Andrew klavan show be there. The Andrew klavan show is produced by Robert Stirling executive producer, Jeremy, boring, senior producer, Jonathan, hey, our supervising producer is Mathis Glover technical producer, Austin Stevens edited by Alex zinn. 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You know, I mean, aren't you gotta gilding the lily? What do you want to do? You're in the you. You already got. She say, why do I get a motor? She should get a motor? Why isn't there an accessible motive for her? I get it. Still. I'm at zero wheels. You're at two wheels, four wheels. You're already at four wheels pretty greedy. That's for two more wheels. Six wheels come on. Six-wheel Sally over here. Next week we have two shows at the improper gearing up for the midterms. We have back to back recordings and we have some great guests lined up so you can get some tickets now. And if you haven't reminder pledge to vote on November six, b of otr unfunded America at vote, save America dot com. Some breaking news today, we learned that California Senator Dianne Feinstein confirmed that she had received a letter containing allegations about supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. She did not share what those allegations are, but she did refer them to federal investigators, and she said that she was respecting the anonymity of the woman who wrote the letter democratic house Representative on you also received a letter to sources verified it to the New York Times. In response, the Trump administration claims that cabinet has been vetted repeatedly since nineteen Ninety-three in business, an hour attempt by Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer to delay. Kavanagh's confirmation is obviously a strange story. I don't have any been following this today, but it does feel as though we are learning some of what's going on in very clearly not learning all of the story, and it's really hard to tell what's been going on. And I think that's true, not only for us, but it seems like it's been true for members of the Senate and members of the committee as well. So I think we're still unpacking this and it seems like it's happy. Inning in real time. And at this moment I don't think we know how significant is or if it will play a role in whether or not Kavanagh's nomination is delayed or changed at all, but we're actually very fortunate. We have a very special guest who's going to help us unpack this and all the news of this week. So please welcome to the stage. He's the senior Senator from the great state of Hawaii. Please welcome Senator Bryan shots. Senator. Thank you for being here. Please go right here. Guys. Senator. Thank you and I apologize for what I'm about to do guys. Can I get a shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, please. Shots, shots, shots, shots, shots. That one as well as could be expected. Senator welcome. Thank you. You don't have to apologize for that at all. That was a great introduction. They don't do that on, meet the press. Do they. Senator, what do you make of this strange story? It seems as though Senator Feinstein received some kind of a letter, it's a letter that she did not reveal publicly or necessarily even to the committee until after not only the hearings. But after the closed door meetings, it's been referred to investigators. We don't know the content of this letter. Do you know more than we know? No, not about this. Look. This is a, this is a strange situation. It was emerging while I was on the plane trying to check on wifi and people were texting me, and a lot of people don't know of the situation. So look, this will play out over the next several days. I know people are investigating members of the Senate for sure, but obviously journalists are trying to get to the bottom of this, but here's what we do already know about judge cavenaugh. The process has been corrupt from the beginning. We only have four percent of all of the documents related to his public service. We're not asking for documents relief. Into anything other than when he served in the government as a judge or as a staffer. And the problem with judge Cavanaugh is not just that he's conservative and he's going to be the swing vote on all the things that we all care about. But it's also that there was a unique thing that happened right there was this list of acceptable judges by the federalist society, and then he made the list after that list was provided or maybe he was weightless it. Sometimes you apply and you're on the cusp. Maybe they wanna see more from you. They wanna see your fourth quarter grades. They wanna know they want you to write another essay because maybe your essays were weak because you did them last minute. So I think where you get extra credit. I think where he got that value added where he differentiated themselves from that twenty judge list provided by the federalist society promised by President Trump is that he has this weird and unique view about executive power and about the ability to investigate a president. And that is really the only distinguishing characteristic, you know, Mitch McConnell, didn't even want this person to be up for confirmation because of the long and dangerous paper trail, but they put him up for confirmation anyway and near. As I can tell the only distinguishing characteristic as this person doesn't think that the president's should be subjected to any kind of investigation that the president himself is above the law. I think there's been a lot of focus on the issues that politically people believe would have the most impact. So his statements on row and the right to choose his views on health care. But this is something that has not played as big of a role. One of the things that I found shocking in some of the emails that Senator Booker released was a referee. His belief in the unitary executive and his understanding that it was politically infeasible, but still something that he believed. Would you mind telling people what that is? Yeah. So you know, I mean, I'm not a lawyer, but the Unitarians executive was something that Scalia articulated in a minority opinion. He was the only person offering this opinion. It's this view that the executive branch cannot be divided in any way. In other words, the legislative branch can't really prescribe within the executive Branch What can be done and what cannot be done. And this is a really expansive view of executive power. It's actually the reason that we can't get even some of the people who in the Senate on the Republican side who are very worried about Trump to try to pass this Muller protection Bill because they have adopted Scalise view of the unitary executive. It is a dangerous view of executive authority and I'll just make one more point about about cavenaugh. You know, he didn't use to have this view when he was Ken Starr's deputy, and he was asked. Changed and he said, nine, eleven, and I thought to myself, have we not gotten beyond the point where you can just wave a one and say nine, eleven? And the argument is over and that was really concerning to me because to me what judge cavenaugh is not just a conservative jurist. He's not John Roberts. He's not even Neal Gorsuch. He's a Republican operative who is posing as a judge. Now he is a smart guy. He's a careful guy as near as I can tell, but he's a Republican operative. He's been in all of these wars, whether it's torture and George W Bush or all of the judiciary fights when he was a staffer. I mean, this man comes from the Republican party not just from the conservative movement. Yeah, and I think there's a reason this would appeal to Trump because one of the consequences of believing in a unitary executive is believing that all power emanates from the president, right? The president is who is in powered by the constitution and therefore the attorney general the solicitor. General, the special counsel, all of the authority in those positions, ultimately emanate from the president, and therefore the president is ultimately in charge of them. And so regardless of what the law says, if it did reach supreme court, what he would say is the president can fire any of them doesn't have to respect what they say because they are all one hundred percent using power. He has granted them via article, two of the constitution. That's right. And you know, the thing about our system of government is we intentionally kind of attenuate power. We want it to be difficult to pass a Bill. We want it to be difficult to even pass a rule. We want people to have to struggle, and we want some of the questions about where thirties lie to be unclear. It's an invitation to struggle between the three branches of government. It's not a parliamentary system. It's not a monarchy, but President Trump very clearly thinks that anybody who works in the executive branch. Actually anybody who works in the government works for him is answerable to him. And what we've got is a sort of intellectual version of Trump's view of the. -secutive power. We already didn't have enough information. He already lied to the Senate on multiple occasions. We have not received nearly enough of the documents that were owed is a farce of a process. And we've also learned very damning things about what he does think about row and what he does think about healthcare. So this fight isn't over regardless of what happens in the next few days. Now on a much less serious topic before we bring out the panel, there is another matter to discuss and it is this. I believe you are the best Senator at Twitter. You do you follow Senator shots on Twitter. That was like scattered applause, dude, Advil. So can you offer some advice to some of your colleagues who treats Twitter as a place to put out press releases and terrible, terrible, terrible sentences. So listen, I didn't intend to be as active on Twitter as as I became. It was Trump that caused me to be more active on Twitter, but I'll say this, there are so many members of the Senate who they get off that little train and they're perfectly comfortable being really articulate very direct, very forceful often very interesting in describing their positions verbally to the hill press. When they get on the Twitter machine, they have to run it through their calms shop, and it becomes like they're selling soap. So one of the things that can work for folks is to just be themselves on the medium. I think the challenge is that it makes your communications shop go absolutely nuts and occasionally say something stupid. I mean, I have said a few things that I regret on Twitter and you just have to delete them. You just delete them. You just delete them. And then it's gone. And then. All right. All right. And then it's gone, good advice. Deleted. All right. Let's bring out the rest of our panel because we have a great show. She has toured with Chris rock and she can be seen on the comedy lineup on Netflix, please welcome. John l. Jane's. Thanks for being here. I do know I'm good. This is a late. Y'all allow laid. She's the host of crooked media's hysteria podcasts and a writer for it's always sunny and build. Please welcome back to the show, Erin, Ryan. Erin, you've got some fans out there. Yeah, hi people. All right, let's get into it what a week. On Sunday CBS announced les Moonves would be stepping down as the head of CBS just three hours after America's favorite metoo avenging angel Ronan Farrow reported new sexual assault allegation. You can. Jerry doesn't listen. A few days later CVS to sixty minutes. You know what? He's busy. A few days later CBS's sixty minutes chief, Jeff Fager step down after reports of bullying and misconduct also reported in detail by Ronin. I actually wrote, I forgot that I put on the car that he doesn't listen. And then I wrote and it's a safe space to have this conversation because again, he does not listen. But it's fine. In a piece for the Hollywood reporter this week, the creator of designing women, Linda bloodwork. Thomas invert a piece about her relationship with moon Bez that you're a big red circle around the fact that harassment and misogyny is destructive. Whether it's sexual in nature or not blood row Thomasson detailed, how Moonves rejected or pilots kept her shows out the air killed deal. She was working on because she wanted to bring a women's perspective to what you create it. He uses power to squash, are at the height of her career, and he had the power to do that. Margaret. Sullivan wrote a great piece about this. I thought in the Washington Post about how moon vez and other media elites not only harmed individual with women, but created a misogynist culture, not just behind the scenes, but on the camera she wrote, it's impossible to know how different America would be if power happy misogynistic. Men hadn't been running the show in so many influential media organizations. Certainly not just CBS men who are making the important choices about what we see who we see and what's stories we telling our films, our news in our politics have often been men who carried this dark connection to Donald Trump. And beyond sort of these specific acute instances that are reported. I think one of the hardest things for us to talk about is not just individual instances of misconduct or harassment, but the more deeply embedded notions about leadership intelligence, charisma that often flow from men in positions of power who have a dim view of women. Erin. Do you find that in this discussion, even now in the wake of all these revelations about me to that were still focused on the specific incidents and not the larger culture in which they're allowed? Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. I think one of the challenges with having this conversation and this is something that I've brought up before, but it's that when we're talking about an individual man who has had an illustrious career and he advanced to certain heights, and he used the power that he obtained at those heights to take advantage of women to abuse people to assert misogyny over an entire industry. What we do know is what that man was capable of within entertainment. We know that Louis CK had a show that was great. We know that Louis c. k. was a really good stand up comedian. What we don't know is what could the women that were deterred by him have done? And that's like it's an unknown quantity. There's no way that we can possibly have any idea of what that looks like, what that is and what we've lost. So I think the main problem are the main challenge that I have. When I'm talking about this, thinking about this, is that how do you, how do you get in a conversation with somebody about this and convince them that. Maybe the world would be better without somebody that they consider a visionary because we, we don't. We don't know how much better it would have been better because we can't roam the counterfactual. We can't run the other scenario. Right, exactly. What do you think? Well, in keeping what she's saying, it's not only the fact that we don't know what we miss is that these people got to get so high. They almost becomes their defense when something happens. Everybody's like buddy. So funny. You know what I mean? So it's not. It wasn't ever able. To do it for so many years. He wouldn't even been able to build this so-called illustrious career, like another thing that I've thought about that you reminded me of journal is that some I think that that for certain men, the access to sex is part of the reason that they even tried it. I mean, that's why I'm in it. We did it. We did it. We won feminism. Senator. Doing fine. Dave one feminism. That's not true. So as we look at what we've learned this week about move, as you can add that to the list, you have moon vez fake or lower Charlie rose, Mark Halperin others, Bill O'Reilly, Roger, Ailes. These are the people who played a very large role in determining how we think about politics and how we covered a man accused of misconduct and a woman who may have been the first female president, Nancy Pelosi. The first woman speaker of the house never made it on the cover of a national news magazine until this week. Do you see the connection between these sexual misconduct revelations and the way women are covered, including the way women you, some of your colleagues are covered in the Senate? I absolutely do. There's there's no question about it and you've described the ecosystem. Exactly, right. We think about it in entertainment. We think about it in politics. We think about it in business. I think about this kind of misogyny this kind of predatory behavior, this kind of ecosystem that gets create. Where men are abusing women in a professional context. Sometimes physically often emotionally, but I think about it in the service industry, I think about in the construction industry, I think about it because you know, these men are at least being taken down in some kind of spectacular way. Some of them are, but I, but, but some of them are and it becomes an object lesson four. But but to me, the object lesson is to understand this happens at every wrong of society in every profession, and that taking down less moon viz is satisfying and important and allows us to have a broader conversation. But but I think about hotels, I think about restaurants, and I think about women who don't have Ronan Farrow trying to take down some predator who is just managing a hotel in an awful guy. And so I think about that and what we can do to kind of create a context where we're fair to everybody in every context. I, you know, that's that's what I wear. Steve. Wynn, Steve. Wynn casino magnate and former Republican party official notoriously abused people in the service industry in Vegas, and to this day, the has not returned the money that he is donated to the reminder. The RNC has now returned the money donated and because it's worth remembering from this day to the end of time Rana McDaniel formerly Ronna Romney McDaniel decided to invest money into ROY Moore race after multiple credible allegations of child molestation reported. So does your something to never forget and it's on my list of heinous individual actions that I will remind you of you can has. That's that's a free one. You can has about one. We're remembering that one forever was just shaking my head when he said these people are being taken down like they're not. They get to be embarrassed for a couple of months out in Italy. They're still rich, and then they kind of come back or nothing really happens. I don't think anyone's being taken down. I haven't seen that also hate the characterization that like they were taken down by the metoo movement. They were taken down when they put their dick out in front of a woman who depended on them professionally, I mean, but they've been doing it for years so they did take the native movement. Did it was saying, shit, we'll take down. They tripped over there Dicks several years later it was a delayed. So why don't we think about? Actually, we know that, but that's why don't we think about maybe it's that they tripped on their dick but me to was there to catch them. Exactly, right, right. The first time. You know, he tripped on many times before anybody said anything. So it is so awkward to catch a Pantelis man just to make over his dick. I'm just imagining some guy just Donald ducking just. Senator. I don't want to scare anyone, but I, your faithful hosts, John love it. M Jewish. Last week, the media got together in all celebrated Russia's Sean. And we are now squarely in the ten day period between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur known as the ten days of repentance. So I thought over the course of this show, we could spend some time to reflect on the sins of our society. So please join me in the atone zone. I in the atone zone, Monica, Lewinsky Monica Lewinsky was twenty two years old when she was thrust into public spotlight. Her boss and a man who was infatuated with Bill Clinton was forty nine, not only we should manipulated by her boss, but she was also manipulated and used by close friend, Linda Tripp who seeking the recorded, Monica and then released those recordings to the public. She was the butt of jokes for decades. And even to this day, we say her name with a bit of a smirk. Scandal was also treated like NF air and not an episode of sexual misconduct. Part of a larger pattern of sexual misconduct and harassment. 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He's like a gateway drug for white supremacy, but this week on his show, Tucker was incredulous when it's fellow Fox News host wouldn't agree that Democrats hate America. Let's watch the real threats we face today maybe from within leaders who hate the country governed so much that they seek to make American citizenship irrelevant. Most people who live in this country already know that because it's obvious maybe that's why they're yelling so loudly about Russia's. He won't think about it. Honestly, when I see Tucker, Carlson talking, I just kind of space out. It's like Charlie Brown adult voice, and then I focused on the aspects which are slightly his name is Tucker. Like, why are we even. That's a dog that's for sure variously. It's a dog named to reinvent himself with a ties that it would a bowtie show like we wouldn't remember who he was. Why is he still on TV? I thought I thought he was done for, but he came back tie. That's a white man get to do. They just come back with some different. It's high. They get a second chance. Okay. Changed a lot in the past seventeen years since nine. Eleven Brit. Hume has been here the whole time. He's FOX's senior political analyst, and he's been tracking the changes to American culture and politics. I got to say, okay, step tracking the changes to American culture and politics. It's called getting old and not understanding that that's what's happening. Well, it is. What does this newfangled contraption that I'm supposed to use to call people? From my hand, it's a cell phone. You fucking old piece of shit. Well, it's interesting too though, because he's going, it's your in tracking the changes to America. Like what Tucker laid out at the beginning, I think was his articulated intellectual version of the kind of kind of corporate Fox News fascism's practicing, right? Everything is changing. It's the immigrants. It's the tech barons, it's and you see it and you get it, but the elites don't understand. But here's, here's the thing about like him talking about like real American citizens. And the implication is like white Americans. Dozens who were born here. That's what Tucker is always implying like it takes literally no effort to be born in America. No choice, no effort whatsoever. I did literally nothing to be born here. It takes a ton of effort if you were born somewhere else and you're trying to come here, I feel like we should reward effort. Aren't we? Our country that rewards aren't work? No, not anymore. Now. I think this is funny. The threats we now face are from within. I like to think about it like he's having an existential crisis and he's like, oh, cry for he's like in me. Like, I don't really want to do this. I'm a tie guy now and. But they won't let me, you know, you know, I love you. But when you were talking about leaders who hate our country, I don't think they're leaders out there who hate our country except in foreign lands. Perhaps I think there are people who may have all the wrong ideas about how it should be governed, but I don't think they hate our country and I don't really think it strengthens the case to say they do. Okay. You know what? Fuck you. Talk Carlson for putting me in a position to go way to go Brit Hume. What's going on. Now, if they somebody with that accent is saying the right stuff. So. That's cool. You if you have the richest people in our country, desecrating our national symbols and that's considered a sign of heroism, what does that say about the attitudes of the people doing it? Or if you have people saying that America was never adjusting good place, I mean, okay. I just want to point out. I actually watched. I'm sorry to say this, but I watched talker for about seven minutes night just to see what's going on because part of my job and this is. This is not that bad compared to what he usually does. Usually he's actually more overtly racist than this. This is sort of dystopia terrible, but but he's he's worse. I would say this is like the big four call in not that bad hostility towards the country. I think their criticisms of the country, whether they're actual acts of hostility, I must be permitted to doubt. Okay. Stop. It's so weird for Tucker. He brings bid on like, hey, you wanna come on my show. We could talk about how Democrats and Brown people hate this country. No belong here. I'm Brits lake. No, I'm actually kind of old fashioned. Terrible. I'm what used to be terrible before you started doing this. He's like, Reagan terrible, no era where you don't say it. I'll Lau you fucking you telling everybody. So. That's all it is. It's too late for me to pretend that I'm like, not seeing all this bullshit right now. I'm just tired of everybody acting like we don't know what's going on people from soundly wrong ideas about the direction this country ought to go and that their critique of America as it is is wrong. But I just don't take it rises to the level of saying they hate their country. I think the word, hey, I hope you're right. Good, comeback, Tucker. And that's okay. So. And now he returned to the atone zone. We is society or heartfelt apology to Britney Spears. Pretty spears was thrust into the national spotlight as a teenager dancing around at the sexy, high school girl and her first music video, which was seventeen. She, I pose in her underwear in the cover of Rolling Stone. She had been an atlas liberty around five years when things got too much just a few months after a tough divorce or anti ovarian cancer. This aunt was one of britney's, close family members and helped raise her. 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All right. You do it a candle in the fucking dark. I love Britney Spears. I wanted to get that on Iraq. Shit. Could it be university, the Harvard of hamden, Connecticut, released a poll this week. Hit that wasn't all that keen on Donald Trump. The poll found that the majority of Americans do not have a very favorable things to say about the racist narcissists with a three hundred word vocabulary currently occupying a building that used to house American presidents. So here's how this works. I of the answers to the survey. The most common responses. I'm gonna go to our panel one by one. Each will have three guesses. Whoever ends up with the most common response by the end, we'll have won the game. So I will start with Senator Bryan shots. What are the most common views voters had when asked about Donald Trump? Corrupt, no, really know how many do I get? We'll go. We're gonna go around times Geno dummies, bergh's. What'd you say? Dumb as bricks? Dumb. As bricks or some other in in you. You don't get it? No, I'm not giving it to you. I'm sorry. I'm gonna say dishonest. That is the number to respond. Sixty percent say he is not honest. So Senator shots back to you idiot. No, no, no stupidity on this chart. Nope. Sorry, going pity de on c. that's why we here right now. Like what. What. It's not our in. Their actual human qualities judging by the color of his skin. Oh, that's what he does. I got content of his character narcissist. Narcissist I'm gonna give it number seven, not mentally stable. Crazy. I'm going to say, okay, so. Artists, dishonest. I think unpresidential number five, not fit to serve as president. We're gonna go back. Let's go through one more time. It's fun of having a good time angry. Senator I'm giving I'm giving to you the number one answer sixty five percent say he is not level-headed. I'm counting. I'm counting. I to go more time to now. Immature says it seemed like y'all being polite and to. You know what I like that counts under not mentally stable. I'm gonna go with poorly dressed. It's not on. They're the ones we missed. Our does not share voters values, poor leadership skills and does not care about average America's. He's stupid. I'm gonna give you stupid. Geno you've won the game. Dumbed down one last time we travel to the atone zone. Career as a prosecutor, Marcia Clark won nineteen out of twenty murder trials, including the murder of television actress, Rebecca Schaeffer. But from the minute, the case started, the media was focused on her appearance during the o. j. trial. She was mocked for closing our hairstyles tabloids published Apas photos of her and reported often on her ongoing custody fight over her two sons, Johnny Carson referred to her as hysterical and the judge advise the jury, not to be distracted by her short skirt. She was called the devil and for years afterwards, blamed for the loss of the case being called America's loser. And recently portrayed as a bumbling idiot on unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and SNL Marcia Clark with a civil servant maligned for being a woman in for the clothes. She Warren blamed for being part of a trial, which wealthy man use all the resources at his disposal to win. And so two Marcia Clark, we atone. We come back. We're to play a game about Serena Williams. Don't go anywhere. There's more of love it or leave it coming up, love it or leave. It is brought to you by frame bridge. If you've been listening to this show, you've heard me talk about frame bridge. They make it super easy and affordable to frame your favorite things from our prints and posters to the travel photo sitting on your phone. Here's how it works. Just go to frame bridge dot com and upload your photo or those packaging to safely mail on your physical pieces preview item online. 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Of course mareo and the misunderstood super villain while Lucci. Last weekend, Serena lost the finals of the US open after being penalized a full game by Aref who didn't like the way she was speaking him. Serena's spoke to the press after the game and rightly pointed out than men say and do things much worse on the court all the time. And the only reason she was penalized harshly was because of gender, famous potty mouth. John McEnroe agreed with her saying, I've said far worse. She's right about the guys being held to a different standard. There's no question, but the media has hard time coming to terms with the fact that they often treat women differently. So we thought we'd highlights famous examples of this in a game. We are calling women be like. Women be like, I don't know. That's what I was going to call my podcast. But then I was like, I'm going to call it something good. Before we get to the game, though I did want to talk about the Serena episode because it was pretty outrageous. What did you make of it. I saw a woman expressing anger in a way that was like comb. She obviously had a lot going on behind behind the scenes, but she was like doing it in a way that was like really measured. And it sort of reminded me of that feeling that when I was working corporate America like the right before you have to go cry in the bathroom feeling. You know, it's like I, I'm angry. I'm trying to express why. But nobody. Here's why angry. Nobody understands what I'm saying. So I'm gonna go run to the bathroom like I'm about to throw up, but instead I'm going to go cry in there and it just was I think that the reason it became such a leg zeitgeist moment is because like every woman knows how that feels every woman. And then like having somebody just react to it like you're hysterical, you're crazy, you're, you're out of control, calm down at such a signpost of being female and it sucks. But it's just what happens to matter who you are, what you think this is why sexism racism sucks because if. Those things didn't exist. We wouldn't have to be looking into why things happen. It wouldn't be this whole discussion. It would be either. Was she belligerent over? She not. But now it's like because those things exist is puts a whole new layer of of bullshit on cannot curse on this. I don't know whatever. Some really get some f bombs out of us cetera shots, and then no word. And then what followed hysterics from the men who were like, we think we're going to boycott Serena matches in the future cartoon and all that shit. It just kinda proved what everyone was saying. Like bave is proof that it's way says sexism because they didn't even let it lie. The instance they didn't took it in into all these other directions, disrespectful directions from about somebody who is like the best athletes in a worker. I mean, so she's earned earned white crack. She's mad. You know what I mean? The right to fight about the ruling. She's earned the right to cry. She's upset when I was watching it. I, I was watching and thinking, I can't believe this is happening and I can't believe how inevitable it will be that there will be a debate about this after that they will. There will be people argue that this was not unfair and not unreasonable on the part of this judge and part of this sport. And that is to me what is so frustrating this about living. There's like a deer. I mean, there's, there's also like tyranny in like expectations of what it is to be lady like like the word classy to me is very loaded because it implies that your home you are like covered up. You're not allowed or messy in any way, and I think being loud and being Messier the best ways to get your point across also means not black. That's why they're saying it. So right classes, things she's being a black and also in the cartoon that you mentioned, you know, they're like her opponent who was like jazz. He's an hacia. Yeah, was depicted as being white and thin like way to prove point really. And so when now play a game, but the ways in which men and women have been subject to opposite treatment in similar circumstance. But somebody out there to play the game. What's your name? Shelley. Shelly. Where are you from? Shelley. Orange County. The forty eight forty eight. Great. And you're gonna help hardly wrote win already. Nice. Okay. So I'm gonna read you questions. The panels have multiple choice answers in their hands. It will your job to suss out the correct answer, Shelly. Are you ready? Many question one during the two thousand four Super Bowl halftime show Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake where performing rock your body as duet this unaware that they were about to enter nipple gate. At the end of the song Timberlake Yang to tear way breastplate off of Jackson's outfit revealing her breast, but not actually the nipple that's Pacific since that was covered by some kind of weird. Futuristic pasty. They tried to pass it off as a wardrobe malfunction, though. Timberlake did the yanking, his career suffered all what happens to Janet Jackson? Is it a. She a decade of backlash, CBS Viacom anger that the performance cost them all future halftime shows essentially blacklist Jackson, keeping her music videos off MTV h. one and radio stations. The blacklist spreads to include non Viacom media entities as well. Roughly five weeks after the performance or album is released. Thanks to the blacklist underperforms. All of previous work. Her career is continue to fate ever since this despite the fact that the FCC has now admitted that they overreacted in their punishment of Jackson and last week discovery that the man behind Janet's blacklist was none other than less moon viz. Yeah. Or is it be. The Senate voted to stab a committee to investigate nipple gate and the subsequent nipple gate hearings ultimately led to the resignation of president Richard m, Nixon, or is it see after listening to harrowing personal stories from those most affected by the incident? Jackson said, I understand the pain. I have caused families expected to watch men, give one another massive debilitating brain injuries for money. But instead they saw most of a boob. May God have mercy on my soul. What do you think Shelly, it's it is. It's you got a question too. JFK suffered from debilitating back pain and a slew of other health problems. He was prone to infection after a risky spinal surgery had persistent problems with allergies along with the Justice system issues. It seems likely he was battling some kind of a Niro disease during the bay of pigs. Invasion took a ton of drugs to treat this stuff. It's a corticosteroid pills painkillers like propane drug cocktail injections from max Jacobson, aka Dr. Feelgood these injections and contained a proprietary blend of vitamins. Enzymes, placenta. Tranquilizers amphetamines always impediments who in phetamine. He is to this day often considered an archetype of a realty in two thousand sixteen when secretary of state Hillary Clinton came down with walking ammonia. How did society react? You said, hey, America went to the grocery store to pick out a get. Well. Soon card didn't feel good about any of the options. The ones that were supposed to be funny, barely made sense, but the non funny ones were weirdly formal and made it seem like the illness was really serious. Eventually America just decided to send a text or is it be even before the Clinton campaign disclosed the candidates illness, Sean Hannity will had devoted airtime to speculating about her health, attempting the pain, her as weak and frail qualities off inside and a women as a way of dismissing them the far right and someone too far left even used as diagnosis to regurgitate sexist. Conspiracy theories about her having some sort of neurological disorder, maybe a stroke or MS with memes and conspiracy videos popping up all over the internet to prove their point, or was it see. A one hundred thirteen year old doctor feelgood was summoned. He ran at sprint speed to her side. He shot Hillary full of high-grade empha- means gave himself a little taste to Hillary and the speed duck. Spent the next thirty six hours writing a screenplay. About a dog and a veterinarian. Changing places called dog vet. Like make people read stupid things. What's the correct answer it gone. It's b. A man could get that movie made right now. I would watch it. I could get that movie movie made less moon would sign. The vets AMAN. Right. All right. People won't like a women vet. I won't make it. She's busty maybe a bus, Steve. It. I don't wanna watch movie about a vet. I won't fuck. Oh, by the way, I'm not. That's not me. That's literally from articles, not the vet part, but that sentence. Got. Senator. Question question three nine hundred eighty eight. Rob Lowe made a sex with a sixteen year old. Agreed to twenty hours. Yeah, twenty hours of community service to criminal charges and career hardly suffered at all their jokes about the sex tape in two thousand sixteen comedy, central roast, and she doesn't ten rob Lowe's buddy. Charlie Sheen was found guilty of assaulting white, but he was allowed to go to rehab at a prison. And soon after he landed the role in the series. Anger management, Tim Allen was arrested for drug trafficking before he was famous. You've got a really lenient sentence because the judge was no joke impressed by stand up Mark Wahlberg committed some hate crimes before he was famous, but it's okay because he forgave himself in two thousand one when when no, no rider was arrested for shoplifting. What happened to her career? A jury phone writer, guilty of stealing America's heart Little Women. She was chew sentenced to life without parole in a maximum security prison. Was it be the major Hollywood studios warned rider there, her career will be placed on hold until she could commit a more serious crime or what? See her career was non existent for over fifteen years. She was a common late night, comedy joke, and she fell into relative obscurity. She's only really been accepted back into the limelight, thanks to the net flicks hit stranger things where I haven't seen it, but I think she fucks alien. What do you think Shelly it see it is being you got that right and Shelly. I. 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Bagel is gross and people who have tried it. Let me tell you something. I was born on the. Upper east side of Manhattan. Don't say stop to me. It's true. I was raised surrounded by bagels. My first memory is of big goals. Every day the morning begins with bagels. You open the freezer, their bags of frozen bagels because sometimes you buy too many bagels and you freeze them because you go to the Deleuze gimme a dozen a mix. But there aren't a dozen people to eat the bagels. Yum. Kapoor is coming. You know what? There's going to be for dinner. There's gonna be bagels. So no one tells me how to eat a in bagel. Bagels and cinnamon raisin bagels with fish on them. Is delicious. Yes, cinnamon raisin with tuna is good. Been raising the white fish salad is good. Cinnamon raisin with locks cream cheese, sliced tomato was delicious. And if you see a movie called delirious, starring John candy and Muriel Hemmingway, you will find out that at a key moment and that movie Muriel Hemmingway orders lox and cream cheese on cinnamon toast which discuss the chef bind the counter. But it is an enduring quality for our main character because she she Mochis to the beat of our own drummer. And she may not seem like the natural person to play the part in the weird soap opera world that John candy's created in a movie that is very strange gender roles, which gets some of the topic we've been covering tonight. But he loves her because she's great because she's kind of person. They gets locks on a sweet bread that has raisins in it. And if you tell me that fish and cheese and cinnamon and still go together. If it's wrong, I don't wanna be right. Fish and raisins are good spin. It again. It has on normal Donald which was suggested I'll take this one. I'm a comedian. So everybody wanna text me about it is is if I know this motherfucker personally, but I'm a fan, enormous Donald of his comedy, and it's just upsetting to me that these folks don't really take into consideration. Black people like me that already got to explain why like his folks the as bullshit that he does like I think it's hilarious and I've been defending him my whole life. It feels like, and then he's gonna come out and do some shit like that. So it makes you wonder if he is really like the minimalist genius that I thought he was always. He just walk in stupid. You know. So that's where I'm leaning right now. 'cause they whole interview Yanna. What we talking about. He did an interview. You just like on the wrong side of every subject they picked out and it's like, are you doing a bit? But then also why? I I know I felt the same way I'm sick of defending normally Donald. I have such an affinity for normally Donald comedy and to watch him go into that interview, say such it's there is I get that this was not a case. This is not. This is not a case of someone being avant-garde case. It'd be fucking stupid because it is one thing to say. I don't care what people think. I'm going to say what I believe it is quite another to be so fucking inarticulate to also even just in the same breath compared Louis. CK to Roseanne. Yeah, to talk about them in the exact same way also to then you are a comedian, you've been doing this, your whole life. You're really going to make fun of net we have seen, right? What kind of person this stupid now, even vessel. Feel why say out loud? I don't understand, but. Disappointing. Yeah, he's just very. I mean, this is another example of how money makes you so insulated. He needs to just like Ryder city bus for a couple of blocks and see some real people and really know what's he also said he didn't know racism. Was that bad until fucking slash? Baron Cohen came, I like, get the fuck outta hit, but must be nice. What's been it again? It is landed on people focusing on twenty twenty instead of focusing on twenty a suggestion from Hawaii senior Senator Bryan shots. So I'll be very brief. Don't do that. It is. We got. We got about fifty five days left and it's not just not focusing on twenty twenty. It's honestly not in terms of politics. Don't focus on anything else. Other than vote getting. This is not even the time to talk public policy. This isn't the time to follow every twist and turn of the Muller investigation. This is the time to knock doors to make phone calls to actually get out the vote. That's what we got to be focused on. Let save everything else for November. All right. Let's not a high note. The high note is this. This is guys we are in the home fucking stretch as Senator shots pointed out. Everything of the past two years led to these next eight weeks. All the complaining all that we're exhausted all the visit, normal. All of it, all the donating, all the volunteering, all the marching all the protesting. All of it led to getting people to vote in the next eight weeks. The primaries are just about done if not done completely. I think they are now done. This is it. We have our candidates. We know who is in these races, we know what we have to do. We need to pick up seats in the house. We need to win some seats in the Senate. We to win up and down the ballot to make sure they can't gerrymander us into need to win by ten, fuck and points again. So go to vote, save America dot com. Do whatever you have to do, get involved all of your tweeting all of your worrying about this. All of feeling like the campaign of the next last two years. Never ended that you can't believe how much you've been focusing on the news. You didn't mean any of it. You didn't care about any of it. You don't mean it unless you do something now. Now it's the final eight weeks. Because if we don't show them, if we don't show Trump that, there are people who wanna hold them accountable and enough of us to outvote them and win this house back. He will believe he has permission and he will be right if we don't win, the house won't be because he thinks no one will hold him accountable. It is because he will be correct. And that is why this election is the most important midterm election in our lifetime. And that is why everyone is to do everything they, it starts right now. That is our show. I want to thank Senator Bryan shots, Geno James every Ryan. I wanna thank the l. Ray. Thank you all for coming out and how great night.

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Best Of The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

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Best Of The Ross Bolen Podcast

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I finished up my meetings one Tuesday. And I was like all right. I'm gonna bounce early. It's probably like four o'clock. I'm going to get out of here. A little early finish out finish up my day at home. I'm psyched, I'm semi sneaking out of the office. And I get out to the parking lot. Always forget where I park here. We've got these three buildings that look exactly like each other in our office complex and all of the exits like, it's just confusing. It's easy to forget where you parked parking spots tough to come by. So you haven't a park in totally different places all the time. So I'm out there. And I'm clicking my keys to get my car to beep. So that I can find my car. And Finally, I do and as I approach it. There's a there's a row, of course in front of mine directly in front of mine. So I'm on the backside of to to deep car parking situation. And as I approach I see a big man in like an off-white like yellowish almost button-down shirt. It's like clearly from he's had this shirt for twenty years and a tie and slacks on the ground on his side up against my driver's side door of my two thousand five Lexus sedan, and I was like what what that this is not something you see every day. I was like very much taken aback and shock. He's got sweat all over shirt. There's drool coming from his mouth into a puddle on the ground on the concrete and his very clearly urinated in his pants. So. I'm thinking like I dunno heart attack seizure. Whatever it may be. I have never been in a situation. Like, this you go mmediately into like fighter flight mode. A call nine one one. And the guy on the other line is is he moving is is not moving his eyes are like semi open. And I was like, sir, sir. I'm trying to get to respond to say, no response. I get up within you know, a couple of feet of him. But I'm freaked out. Like, I don't know what the hell do here. I don't know what the protocol is a call nine one of my look, man. I just found this guy's in the parking lot. He's he's down. He doesn't look good his faces like kind of purply already. I don't know how long he's been here. It's it's four for all. I know he left at three and he's been there for an hour. He was very much in a spot where you wouldn't see him unless you were trying to get into my car. So and he had his keys in one hand and his so phone in the other. So like he had been trying to get into the passenger side of his car, which was part next to mine. Whether to put his briefcase in or something maybe he'd just shut the door. I don't know. But he went down very quickly. Obviously, he's got his phone his keys in his hand. Still. So the operator the nine one one guy instructs me to get him on his back. Pull him out from between the two cars, my car in his and I'm like this dudes enormous. He's a big, dude. He's probably six feet tall. But he I mean, he was he was he was fat guy critic Faca, and there's no way I can pull this out by myself. It's just so happens one of our coworkers. Primrose also sneaking out a little early. This day is passing by and I'm like prim, you gotta help me on the line with nine one. You gotta help me drive. This guy out and Prims like shockingly, calm, cool and collected about this for some reason just like comes over. He grabs one leg. I grabbed the other and we pull this guy out a little bit too. Like right behind my car, the nine one one guy, then instructs me like, look, which you wanna do is get his arms to his side straddle him, and you're gonna put one hand on top of the other right on his chest in your. Gonna pump and I'm gonna count for you. And you're gonna you're gonna pump as I count like one two three as doing this prim chunks, deuce. He's like I've done my part. This is a one man job and leaves me there. And I'm like, it's just me. And this dude who unlike ninety percent sure is deceased is a corpse. Did you see him walk away or sort of like quickly hop away? And I mean, he kind was just like our man, Dan. This is crazy and then just walked off. Like all right prim have good day. Good day at home, buddy. But thank thank you promote for at least, helping me get this body out from between the cars. So then it's just me. And I've got my phone like wedge between my shoulder and my head with the guy counting as I pump on this dudes chest, and there's spittle coming out of his mouth. First of all my first thought is obviously holy shit. Am I going to have to do to mouth with the stranger who has drool coming out of his mouth? Apparently, you don't do that anymore. According to this nine one one operator anyway. The guy's got an ambulance on the way or whatever and I'm pumping. I pumped like I've never pumped before. I got up to like one hundred sixty was about the pass out by the end of the pumping in. I didn't get to stop. He was like you cannot stop until the ambulance. Arise took like three or four minutes or whatever. It was it was insane. I could smell the dudes like sweat hiss as I'm leaning over his body with this was summertime. Yeah. So hot day in our parking lot is a slight uphill incline. Very ever. So slight put a contributed to whatever happened this man, again, I soon heart attack after it was all send done I'm fairly certain. That's what happened just like a massive sudden, heart attack, but. It was in the ambulance arrives. And pulls in like right behind my car. They get out like push me to the side. And I'm just like in total shock at this point. Like, I've just spent significant amount of time with what I believe is dead person. And the Aillance, you know, a crowd is starting to gather at this point to people are actually starting to leave because it's getting closer to five pm, and they're like what's going on. And I'm like, oh, I just found this guy. You know, like, how do you explain that? There's just this guy. I'm I'm pretty sure is dead. He doesn't look good. I'm worried that like I'm going to be talking to one of his co workers or somebody's right? That would be my fear that somebody walks out in screams or right? Holy shit. That's Jim is Jim. Okay. And you're late. I just found him. He's dead. Yeah. Jim's dead, right? Nobody knows the guy. Nobody recognizes him is bizarre. I probably get six or seven different women coming up to me asking me questions about what's going on. And I'm just standing there while this ambulance goes to town. They. Like, they cut his pants from the bottom up to like mid thigh with scissors. They rip assured off and all that they continue to see PR on them. They get out the like shock machine. What's that thing called the shock machine? Ever. Yeah. The one where they clear. Yeah. Paddles, but they never used it on him. So I guess they never even got enough a response, but they work on him for roughly thirty more minutes. It was crazy. And they've got you know, the got the thing hooked up on his arms thing tried to get his blood pressure and whatnot. But this is all taking place right behind my car. So even if I wanted to leave I couldn't I'm there. So I went from thinking I was going to get the balance a little early. Go home finish up my nice day with a relaxing work session at home to finding this dude in the parking lot. And now, I'm stuck in, you know, obviously, that's a little selfish Amita, they give it that way. This. But this guy's older, man. He's lived. He's lived what I can only assume. It's just a great life. I sure hope so I gotta be honest. The based on his general attire in. And the his face. I don't know if he did. But whatever so. They this. But I do I do get sort of the the curb your enthusiasm comedy in the like, okay. I'm ready to go now. And do just can't go anywhere. Couldn't go home. Just wanted to go home. Did you did you? I don't recall did you come back in the office, no wash your hands. Or did you stay outside for thirty minutes? Now, I stayed out there. I called my wife. I was like tell you're not gonna believe this. But I'm gonna be here while there's a found a guy. She's like what I was like there's a guy. I think he's dead. I just did CPR on him. I don't know what the hell is going on. There's an ambulance. You got to come up here. I might need you to pick me up and take me home. They might be your for hours. I don't know. So she drives up there. They've finally like they have gotten no response at this point. I'm very sure he's dead and they're packing them up. They get him up onto the whatever the the cart in there. Put him in the ambulance. And I'm like, okay, we'll east. You know is anybody can ask me questions like went up to one of the ambulance workers one of the emergency personnel. I was like, hey. So what's the deal the gel like not get a response us like no nine he's gone. And I was like oh my God. This is crazy. There's one cop arrived at this point. And I go up to the cop. And I'm like, so do you need like a statement for me or something is somebody gonna ask me a question? Like, do you need my phone number? Am I going to get blamed for this like it's a murder like what's the deal here because I've never been in this circumstance before and he's like the cop was like, I don't know. I guess you give me your phone number my art, his loved one's going to know. What wanna know what happened? Like, you know, what I'm saying? Like if this is my dad or my uncle or some shit. I spell. Some type of who found him. What happened? You know? Nothing. Nobody asked me a damn thing. I get this cop. I give my cell phone number. He gives me his card like if you remember anything else might remember anything else. Did it was like in the last forty five minutes. I'm not gonna remember anything else. Anyway, it it was insane. Finally, the NBA once leaves I get my car, and I drive home. And I'm like shaking like crazy. You know, hands on the wheel or whatever it was nuts. So surreal, I'm like texting dudes like my my buddies in my text group like I just found a dead guy in the parking lot and the aftermath of it was like it messed with me for a couple of weeks. Like when I was going to sleep at night. Like, dude, you don't know how weird it is to be that close to a dead body. And no it or be pretty sure that the guys gone and you're like pumping on his chest. And it was sad. Because I mean, look nobody wants to go out alone in their office parking lot. That's a shitty way to go. And I don't care. How quick it was? And I you know, and might not even be his office right sales guy or something. Like, that's the craziest thing to me. Is we never heard anything? Yeah. We we didn't. You didn't hear anything that day? And you we still it's just it's weird. No Email from the office complex about it like to explain what happened or who the guy was. And you don't know the dude's name, you don't know anything never spoken about. Again. I found out. I think he was sixty years old on the dot those the only thing I got he was like, you know, roughly, you know, ten to twenty pounds wise. But yeah, I mean, sometimes in the parking lot after work. I'll still think about that shit. Like when I'm going up to my car, my please, no body. That's understandable. I don't wanna do ever do you when you come into work and you see the spot? Oh, dude. Okay. I mean, you can't park there. This is the most messed up part. So I have pork there couple times. And the next day. I went by to see like, okay. Did they clean up, you know, with like a push broom and some water eating than for the? For a week after on you could still see the puddle the puddles from his drool from his piss who it was awful in. It's so morbid dude like sorry to get dark again. I I gave you the trigger warning. But the story was just so crazy that I've never told it in full in like don't get me wrong. I'm not, you know, I don't think I'm a hero. Would you don't save anyone? But but I tried you. Did you could have been imagine? If I'd been able to save his life would be amazing. But instead it is kind of weird. There is no good Samaritan award. The cops call you the next day or pay for your dry cleaning. Nobody cares. It's that you've got on your genes. Yeah. You know? It is thing sucks. I feel bad for this for everybody or for the guy's family p in you know, I hope I hope that his family recovered. Well, and that he's in a better place or whatever. But it was you know, and to answer your question, I didn't get to watch my hand. So I got home, and I washed them for like thirty. That's like eight different scores, soap it I had to be very thorough. Anyway, that's that's the story of the time. I found dead guy in the office parking lot. And it changed me. Forever on there'd be the same. What of gang intern AJ checking in next up from episode one twenty nine Rawson his wife Taylor discussed their issues with being a quote, babe. Couple. One of the mini observations we made throughout the course of watching this one episode of Marie condo, fixes white America. We noticed the most generic American couple of all time is a babe couple. Oh, gosh. Which is a problem because we are a babe couple. And this isn't something that we acknowledged faced together until yesterday. I did not even know. This was the problem. It's a problem. It's a big problem babe couples of the worst. And it's time we face it together. The first time I heard this was in this show. That's also pretty turning right now. Call to you. And it's about a stalker, but they have a conversation this show about making fun of babe couples. Okay. I've not seen the show record. Then you brought this up. So I feel like twice in my recent just clear we're talking about couples the college other babe almost exclusively Asian I were looking at each other. We were very confused for a minute figured out. Sure if Abe couple babe couple all you bed. Come in bed. Check this out Bill confused for a moment. That's where I thought we were going out check. I wanna be clear about something. We are a babe couple, but we don't beat it to death like some people do, and I know this because I have been in one of those babe couples in it's not good where it's every other word, and you just like what what come on, man. I call me anything. But that at this point my question for you is doing to change. Sure, I'm open to change. I don't think I realized how much I use that word. But I definitely will. Now that we've talked about it now that we know that I've seen watched that couple do it on TV. And I mean, this is something that I've known has been hate -able extremely like a mock since since college when I was when I dated a girl who called me nothing, but babe ever all the time and be like in college. It's almost more funny. Just because it's more acceptable than when you're in adult feel like I feel like yeah. As you're more serious relationship, the more you would use babe. The main not I don't know. It's just it varies so much person to person. I don't know how you end up in the situation we ended up in. It's just like it's just happens at the very beginning of your relationship. You make the conscious decision to call each other that and then you fucked forever. I'm gonna substitute babe with Billy forever that works much better. Be saying all the time is it's not the most generic thing. You. Could call each other. Let me ask you a question. If you start referring to him as Billy. I can't call him. Billy take him. Billy away already. Do. Call him Billy's them times. East called him Billy. I don't think I call you only man who calls me Billy as Dylan calls me Bill because it's weird. Yeah. You're perfectly Mike. You can call me. What you spend more time with me than than 'tatoes. You can call me. Whatever you want. I won't call you Billy though. That's okay. I won't call you babe. Either. Do you call getting over babe now? Now, I don't really call it boo to her face. I that's mostly just behind her back. That's mostly jokes. I did date. Someone one time where we did refer to each other. As bay a lot. I mean, this was like six five six years ago. When bay was the thing. Yeah. That was a problem. It was bad in retrospect, I don't think if I was still with that woman. We would call each other bay twenty nineteen. That was that wasn't grit somehow regretful of pet name thing. I had. Okay caitlyn? And I are just I call her CB. Sometimes see there's initial couples people that do the initials, I'm not an initial guy. So what I like about her Nichols, sir? Now, we're talking about me CB is I can yell it like if we're in place, if we're Costco, and she's two hours city or civic civic Dunkel compared to other people don't realize it's not no one's if I go head and yell across like women will turn around women women to stores like that's me. Cbi? Let's see people. She can hear it. It's like a dog whistle. I guess see. I was always a weird turn that took there. I was my maiden name is lane like a street lane. And so everyone always called me t- lane. But a boyfriend started that and then tell you recall girl, that's how you know, you guys girl. Boyfriends call that too. I know I'm saying, that's that's how you know your guys girl if you got the nickname T lane that's tightening name. Well, that's dude nickname homey that and kinda miss it. I've never called you not maybe a single time ever. I know. Since Ross has panic disorder. We obviously talk a lot about anxiety panic attacks and mental health in general on the show. Here's a favorite of the Rb p gang from the John RA. As featured in episode fifty listen to this. When you're having a panic attack. So as we know I've talked about my issues things idea lot. There are a lot of you listened who having Zayed's dove panic attacks or whatever. So I wanted to do a little segment that if you ever have a panic attack, and you just need something to get you through it, mentally you can just throw this on in. It's just a little monologue for meaty you to see if I can help a little bit here. It is. So you're having a panic attack. That's tight it happens. Here's the thing. Listen up that shit is going to pass those are just facts nobody ever died from executive or panic attack. Your brain is just recalibrating a little bit. It's all good. Don't get angry. It's not your fault. Don't get frustrated your particular dome is just funky. That's all and that's what makes you special frustrations. Only gonna fuel the fire. So just let it go. Let all that shit. Go. Good vibes only baby good vibes. Happy thoughts. Only Peter Pan up in this bitch. I believe you can fly you're not going to die. No why I've had like five hundred panic attacks in the last ten years, and I'm still here. I'm still standing can't shit. Stop me and can't shit. Stop. You. We are in this together, gang gang, gang. You fucking got this look at you. Look a you are. She tight you just fucked on of opportunity and potential wrapped up in a package of bones and flesh, put your hand on your chest. I second feel that heartbeat. Take a deep breath all the way in Philip those lungs now, let it out slowly good shit. Now closure is and take another one deep deep deep now. Release slow slow slow. You see that you're not dying. You're fine. You're chilling. Dang think about all the great things you've been blessed with maybe it's just the breadth in your lungs. Maybe Jovanotti infringe your job your home. Just the fact that you woke up this morning harness all that good shit, all that good energy and just block out the bed like Gary Potter in happy Gilmore once said, I feel a lot of solid energy coming out of you. Good positive ARA. Great. Great. It's all great. You gotta rise above it. You gotta harness in the good energy. Blackout the bed harness energy block bad feel the flow. Happy feel it. It circular. It's like a carousel you pay the quarter. You get on the horse. It goes up and down in around circular circle with the music the flow all good things. Gotta love Gary Potter now throw on the Curro. She'll see video let the sweet sounds of. Please don't go by Barcelona wash over you like a wave of freedom. Watch the beautiful animals of the ocean. Glide around like see angels bend that panic attack over and make sweet unprotected love to it. That's what you gotta do. I feel better already. I wasn't even having a panic attack. I'm gonna have to cut that clip. We're gonna have to put that on YouTube. That's get a level on. Dude. That's my that's my, you know, that's my that's gonna help someone wrong trying to give gifts here if that helps one person it was worth it was it. I feel better. Even if it doesn't it was great. Maybe it was just for me. Even if it was just for me. I feel good. I'm ready to fuck this world. On occasion. Ross Michael pull stories from their college days as well. As myself since I still am in college shout out to Texas State, but mostly in the hope that others will learn from armor steaks and the mistakes of our friends. Here's one such very disturbing story from one forty seven. Okay. To start your voicemail. Sounds like my grandfather was tense. I can gap in between that said segment. Money's Matthew from Lawrence, Kansas. Love the depart gang gang. Just had a great things. Young lady. She wants buys, I stayed home. I smoke like we we met up. We have some great conversation and things and manners related that we're talking sheepskin close going, and then some of them, you know, I don't know where we're going, but it seems pretty pretty promising. She goes, that's my decide to check tendon and. Within the open walks back out in just peeps. That chilling on my own and. Didn't really know. What to do just kinda played it off like nothing happened or going to the right? That's a. Okay. Okay. A lot to take in here. My first of all, I don't even know what our voicemail says he said, it sounds like it's like his grandfather's like ten seconds of gap between talking weird. We should probably I don't even know. Actually, you know, what not fuck that will keep it. So people can listen. Yeah. More incentive to call the number. Of course. If you call the hotline, eight WR bullet talk like you want people to understand what the hell you're saying. No mumble rappers on the hotline, please that being said, this particular individual story was good enough and sparked another story reminded me of another story that I'm gonna tell so his call got played that in normal circumstances. I would axe this shit because this is unacceptable. If I'm having to like, you know, what I mean like I guarantee you Taylor bowl and my wife didn't hear a single fucking word. You just said because she has the ears of a seventy four year old woman. You gotta be clear to sink in clear, anyway, he fell asleep stoned would Tinder up on his phone when he was hooking up with a chick who was using the restroom. So that's the gist of it. Okay. I didn't fall into the bathroom. He's like all right. I need to stay awake. So I'm gonna play my phone for second for idiotic reasons. Beyond me pulls out tender start swiping. I've heard stories like this before it's he's not the first dude for this to happen to won't be the last don't pull out Tinder out of boredom when you're with another girl. What's wrong with Instagram or or any of the other apps, you've got fuck sake? Man, play frogger on your phone before you start swiping left or right. When you're literally with another chick, right? Then what the fuck you doing? It's obvious. But now, I'm going to the important part. I'm going to tell a story about a dude I knew in college a very weird, dude. And what he did to pass the time when his date went to the bathroom. This was at college. I went to Texas State university, we had a fraternity formal and this dude had a hot date way out of his league guy was a real weirdo. I'm not gonna say his name. I'll just say he loved the civil war little too much yet beard. It's always weird. He smoked cigars all the time. He probably didn't like black people. This is not a friend of mine. Just a dude in the fraternity years older than me who prayed I never had interact with if we're being real. I'm sure he's a nice grown, man. Now. Shouts to this. Dude. I hope he doesn't listen to the show anyway, where in New Orleans, I think actually know what we were not an orange. We're in south Padre. Because at this point. We had not started going to Nola for formal yet. This guy's in his hotel room with date after a long day of drinking on the beach. Okay. His date goes to take a shower to get ready for the evening guys wasted he figures. Hell I'll get cr-. Rank in while my date is in the shower probably thinking about showering for being real. And then I'll be all set for the night. So he starts doing his thing getting this crank on. But is it comes time to climax the dude passes out so his date? Freshly killed off from shower walks out with the towel turban on her head towel, wrapped around her torso. Sees this guy passed out cold with dick and his hand and splooge all over then the most fucked up part about this is this guy. So sick in the head any normal human being this happens to is gonna think. All right. I'm obviously gonna pay this woman several thousand dollars to never speak of this moment, or you know, whatever just beggar never to speak at this moment. And then I'm going to suppress this and never speak of it. Again. This dude shows up the next week to our frat meeting like every week. You have a meeting to discuss what you've got going on that week. Really nothing is accomplished. It's very rare. It's mostly guys like me not listening to. Guys, like mica who were trying to do their executive jobs. I it's it's it's chaos, but the point is he comes to this meeting ho fraternities there. And when it comes to the time in the there's always a a point in the meeting where it's anybody can stand up and talk comes time that anybody can stand up and talk this dude stands up. He tells all of us this story and even made some disgusting reference to like a frosty snowman or Santa's beard or something because he was a Harry motherfucker. It was disgusting. It was so gross. Like scarred me for years. No, bullshit true story. None of this rated no one would be sick enough to make that up literally happened. And that is why maybe just falling asleep when your data's in the bathroom and taking a shower isn't the worst thing. Just don't do anything before like crank or use tender. Now, the introduction of a concept that was born here on the Ross Bohlin podcast that has gone on to change the world. You know, exactly what it is. Because I don't think this concept can be explained enough times. And it's Fridays. Fuck it Friday specifically. Thank you pop is brought to you by Popeye's. It's not brought to you by Popeye's, though. So I wanted to explain this concept again for everyone when the weekend is coming along for dog owners, specifically, we I would say discovered a concept here on the Rose Bowl in podcast, where many many many people have noticed that their dogs become softer physically softer in the in their coat in there for as the weekend draws near because they're getting more relaxed. They're getting soft for the weekend. They can feel it coming as should you? And it it's something we can all take from dogs that we to get soft for the weekend. So I wanted to discuss some of the activities that you could possibly do to get soft for the weekend. And they don't need to be done on Thursday necessarily to be done on Friday or Saturday or Sunday, even as long as it some. Don't you get soft? You're good. My number one is golf, and there's a reason for that is because I'm getting a play golf on Sunday with Mike and will in Brad, but golf as a sport if handled the right way can be one of the best activities for saw for the weekend in existence. Now, I say handled the right way because if you're angry golf guy who goes out there and fucking, you know, shanks an iron shot and then breaks his iron over his knee and cusses at the force. He's playing with and then like shitsus pants on the eighth hole. That's you're not getting soft the weekend. That's your very hard, sir. Very hard. And you need to relax smoke. Something bitch is calm down. But if you play golf the right way, you go about at the right way. And I say this as a very shitty golfer who should be infuriated frustrated and suicidal the entire time the entire time. He's on the course, that's how bad I am. I don't allow that to happen. Because I've mastered the art of of enjoying golf regardless of how well I play. I don't play. I just like being out there. You're on the you're outdoors urine. Well, manicured grass in most. In most cases. Hopefully, it's quiet. You're enjoying nature. You can smoke a little you can drink a little you can dip a little you can whatever you want to get loose to to to relax to get soft for the weekend golf is perfect for that. Another one of mine is going to the movies, huge going to the movies Alamo draft house on south Amar. Is my noted a number one movie destination aside from my own couch. I love that place. And there's nothing more relaxing for me. I like to do it on Thursday typically. But this this week, I'm going Friday evening after after dinner. I don't even I don't even remember what movie we're seeing. I really should. But we're going tonight to movie that's another way. I'm getting saw for the weekend. My number three because first of all to elaborate on movies. You just get to sit there and be. Paned and watch a screen and have food brought to you and eat popcorn and drink soda. And number three ties in you can smoke weed marijuana have a little bit before the movie, even nothing relaxes. You and loosened you more will for you guys that drink. I understand you have a drink scotch whisky have one week cocktail. If you're Mike whatever you want. We'll get to that in a second. But for me smuggle duty have a little a little bowl hit the Bong the fucking weekend. Man, get soft. This one is a different one number four. But it's a it's an active one which is going to set some people off, but it works like a charm go for a run, even if you're not a runner, even if you can't run very far push yourself fatty just get out there run a little while even if it's a half fuck and mile in your neighborhood. I'm not shitting you this is going to get you the endorphins and whatnot you need up in your brain. So that you can get soft for the weekend. You gotta do something physically exerting to get the chemicals up in your body that it needs for you to be happy fam-. Do it. I swear by this. And I don't do it enough myself. This is a perfect example of me like needing to follow my own advice more because I haven't been doing it as often as I should I might do that after work too. I might be the softest. I've ever been this weekend number five petted dog for a while. Just a dog any dog not a stray dog probably not a good idea dog. You know, even if it's a neighbor's dog breaking your neighbor's house pet their dog for while grab yourself, you know, boxes cereal from out of their pantry and bounce. Number six, take a nap. If you have noticed these are all of the favorite things of mine, adding up in one segment, I am a nap. God, I swear by the nap as I swear by all of the things I swear by the power of the nap is is not to be underrated. If you get off work today. And you're like, you know, what I'm fucking wiped. It's been a long week. I really wanna party tonight blow up some steam or get to go out and joy myself with my friends, but I'm fucking tired. A guess what take a nap g hit the Lisa matches for one hour. Exactly on the dot you feel million times better when you wake up, and you will be by definition softer number seven get you one of those head scratching tools from like a Spencer's gifts or a Michael what's the name of that the store in the mall, sharper, image, Sherpur image. Yeah. Sure. They have they have always the best technologically advanced head scratchers get you one of those from a museum gift shop or wherever use it on your own head for a little while. I've got one on my desk at home. It'll give you chills it may like similar to an AM more feeling even but they're just chills. It's not technically as mar. 'cause I think as more has to involve audio that being said head scratchers the bomb number eight pet multiple dogs at the same time. I have two dogs, and I've noticed that if I- both of them at once I'm doubling the rate at which I become soft number nine smoke a joint while you pet several puppies. I don't know how you accomplish this. When it just sounds awesome number ten sit in a hot tub because it's winter or fall, it's about to be winter and drink one week cocktail now, I want my could explain this to you for those of you who are drinkers because I don't think he's ever going into the I guess Pacific's around one week cocktail on the show. He has it's been a very long time. So I just wanted. You too quickly. Explain for everybody shirt. If you're not a toucher, you might not be familiar with this concept. So here's shirts piece. I actually wrote on post-code proms com called all hail the week cocktail that is your mic is read of the day, no on seriousness, it's really more of a summertime phenomenon. And yeah. So do you have something equally? I can only affected for winter. One hard cocktail. Oh god. Maybe but no when it gets turned up in the holiday season. Yeah. You know, something to sip on the general idea of one week. Cocktail is let's let's say it's summertime or and you're out by the pool or you're in the hot tub, and it's wintertime, it feels good to be hot. Now. God does bad for your sperm count, though. But it's it's hot in the hot tub. It's wet in the hot tub, and you don't really want to pour like yourself just a whiskey on on the rocks. That's not what you want when you're in a hot tub. Maybe it is for some people may be. But for me, it isn't what you want is something that's cool and refreshing, and then you can drink like really drink. He won the quenches your thirst sheer manner. So it's it's it's something that you can actually sip on with some consistency. Not at the worry too much about getting blackout drunk. That's right. And the best thing about we cocktail is you can like my favorite is a Campari soda. Right. This is the one you swear by. Yeah. I had one yesterday. In fact, it was great Campari is sort of low alcohol. Low profile Cal, I think may sound my love, you don't know. And you just pounding it in one week cocktail. Yeah. On about twenty twenty two twenty eight percent, alcohol, depending on what brand or whatever the typical camparis like twenty one percent alcohol, so an average, you know, bourbon vodka or whatever those are generally forty percent forty to fifty percent alcohol. So this is half as strong as normal drink weaker by definition weaker by definition, and he go pour a shot or two in in a tall skinny glass with as much as you can fill in this class. And then you go get a your sparkling water of choice, and you top off that glass, and you drink, you know, drink quarter of it. Then you take that sparkling water, and you top it off again, the kid, and then again, and so the Drake actually gets weaker over the course of time, but you get to drink this, delicious Campari, and you know. You're you're just enjoying it used to getting the alcohol intake to get you soft as the important. That's right. You're not getting a crazy buzz, but you're getting just enough to to loosen you up for the weekend. Yeah. Delegate healthy amount. Which great, and you can sit on that one cocktail. If you just keep filling it with, you know for an hour for two hours as long as you want. It's perfect move for like when you're getting ready for the evening too. Yeah. That's that's a little hydration little afternoon. A you know, it's a great Sunday cocktail on our. But we're talking about a Friday cocktail. So this is a Good Friday Cocteau. I had one yesterday. I know yesterday was Thursday, but I had one in the office as I was finishing up the day. And it was it was exhilarating. I was ready for the Cowboys doing. We are going. Oh shit. What a fucking game. Just very second. I know we don't talk about sports much. But I well. Wow. Did not pick the right side of that one Mike that was an impressive defensive performance. Fuck it really was. I was shocked. I'm proud of the state of Texas at the moment, we have a collective twelve game winning streak going and makes no fucking sense. It is remark. Our teams are terrible. What is this? I think the Cowboys might actually be pretty good now. I don't even know what the fuck is going on anyway. Oh, one other random thing. Thank you for explaining one week. Cocktail mica, preserve it. I watched nor McDonald the norm. Donald has a show we discussed his Netflix show where he interviews all these different very famous very very talented people the one I got to yesterday. I'm still working my way through all of them. I finally watch the one with 'em night. Schlamm limiting Don or whatever. His name is the guy who made the six cents the village the more recent one that I watched was called shit. I suck my memories. Awful it the one with the guy with ten multiple personalities or whatever it was pretty gnarly. Glass is coming in twenty nineteen. I believe which is you know, that's third technically in that whole. I guess saga signs was great the lady in the water. I watched part of it. I didn't know what the fuck was going on bailed. It was weird split is the one I was referring to with all the multiple I now anyway, I did not expect this interview to be interesting. Not not that. I didn't expect it to be interesting. I didn't expect it to be one of my favorites. I don't know anything about him night. I figured he's a real weirdo. Just based on like, the fact that always movies kind of stick to the same sort of thriller, crazy mysterious vibes and shit. I love this guy. Like on this interview. He became one of my favorite people in Hollywood. He's very like a really funny, dude. He has an extremely addictive laugh like everytime. He laughs I'm smiling. And he was like he just had the best attitude about everything, and he had all this. Great insight into being a creative person into being a producer somebody who's making movies. Somebody's make any storyteller would benefit from listening to this interview. I thought he did a fantastic job explaining his creative process. He kinda even he gets into some of the things you wouldn't expect like he had a series of movies in a row that were critically panned. And kinda flopped. He discusses that he talks about why he thinks he got off track from where he normally is what it is that he like his typical process to get a classic. He discusses the differences between like where he was at the age of twenty three. I think when he did six cents which is fucking insane that he had all that success that early on and how his careers progress since then it's a super. Interesting conversation. I highly recommended if you're trying to get software weekend that might be a another way to go. Watch watch 'em nights interview with the norm. Donald. Anyway, gets off this week and make sure you do it. It's very important Rb p one fifty two is also brought to you by gravity blankets. This is the blanket revolutionizing people sleep gravity is arrest and relaxation brand that's dedicated to providing consumers with providing consumers with low-tech prescription free solutions for sleep and stress. Their core. Product is the gravity weighted blanket, which comes in a variety of styles. But they also have other things like a weighted sleep mask. This company was inspired. By the fact, that it seemed like every day they were hearing about society was getting more and more stressed out sleep problems, like insomnia, just kept getting more and more widespread but treatments were often. 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And I was like I just want to write something that's like short in stupid that Mike can read and his incredible voice that will be relaxing and kind of an anxiety antidote. This segment could double as one of those. So now, so Mike is going to read this. I don't really know what it's what it's contains. Honestly, I haven't read it since last night. So here you go. Here's a long time ago. Deep in the suburbs of Houston, Texas. There was a forest and in that forest. There was a house that everyone was afraid to visit. It was dark and dirty unkempt and unloved no one dared go near the house, especially children fearing some sinister being may dwell inside. So when the forest the house set lonely, sad and shunned by society, but there was a young girl named Stephania deepen the third ward of Houston, Texas, too. And Stephania was not afraid she had seen some shit some fucked up shit. I mean, some shit that would make regular as suburban white folks shit. They're busted as pleaded khakis dockers. Seeing shit like that harm. It's hardens a human in some ways in bad ways. In some good ways to you lose the fear that hold so many people back when you go through hardships. So one day Stephania just a sixteen year old brave girl with the golden heart ripped blunt with her brother, Jeff and walked out through the first line of trees into the forest carrying a basket containing a basket of cookies goodies. Carrying a basket containing basket of goodies for her son neighbor in a Glock nine. Doing what so many others were frayed to do. But doing it with that thing on her. You know what I'm saying? When she reached the house. She knocked hard and confidently. Hello. It's Stephanie and Jeff from the third ward. We're just drop off a present. Jeff cuck is pistol having no idea what to expect. Stephania gave the door real one more ring than step back. Suddenly they heard the creek of the floorboards on the other side of the door. Then the unlatch of the locks on the other side, and then slowly the door not began to turn when the door opened what they saw on. The other side was an elderly white woman must have been at least eighty maybe ninety with a patch of gray hair left strewn about her head and an oxygen tank fixed. Her nostrils an old rust wheelchair in which she set. It's been fifteen years since anyone, but the mailman knocked on that door. She said come in come in Stephania turned Jeff who meld fuck that shit. Then walked inside Jeff felt obligated to follow but tucked his pistol into his beltline turned out the old woman's name was Rachel and she'd lost her husband the eighties and her children were scattered all across the country. She visited them on occasion. But no one ever visited her all friends had passed and she was all alone. Stephanie and Jeff made not just her day her week or Eden or month, or but her entire decade that brought her joy that she thought she'd never experience again just by visiting with her in her old dusty house filled with owls and memories of lifetime. Coming to a close. Now that forced is long gone cleared away, they bulldoze paradise and built a parking lot or whatever that song lyric is. But the story remains so the story of a courageous young girl named Stephania and a brother Jeff who is too big to know what was happening. I. I don't know why. That's so funny to me. But like I literally had to leave the room. Just having you read things that are nonsensical in your very serious voices. Like the funniest thing in the world to me. So thank you for sharing the stories Stephania, and no one is named Stephania no-one. It's like I accidentally typed in a on the end of the first one. And then I just said fuck it and rolled with it in her name was Stephanie for the rest of the story. I wasn't sure I was mispronouncing it, but it was clearly written S T E P H A N. I A Stephanie Abia Stefania. But that sounds I don't even know. The story is now Stephania in her brother. Jeff just ribbon blunts carrying Glock nines, and and and doing good deeds for the elderly. That's what I that's something's wrong with me. But story Ross. Yeah. That was that was Mike reads a soothing short story. Ross wrote stoned next segment, I think the gang is requesting that that segment again. I got a feeling we're probably gonna do that one again. Yeah. Wife is full of ups and downs. And we embrace both here at the Rose Bowl and podcast. You could say none trash moments are yin and Yang next up from episode seventeen lives. Biggest nut moments. Followed by episode twenty three and lives. Biggest trash moments. Enjoy. Shutout to max one of our listeners for this segment suggestion, so these are the moments in life that we're going to discuss where everything comes together perfectly or something just clicks. Or for whatever reason something causes extreme satisfaction to wash over you. We've got a long list here. And let me just say let me give a little tease before you give in this long list. I had one of these happened yesterday. And almost like, I didn't say anything. But I want to stand on the desk at the office and tell everybody about how great it felt. So I can't wait to share that. After the yellow that's when we get to that one share it. So here's just going to run through this list. This is an example of a life. Biggest nut moments finding money in your pants or jacket pocket from a longtime ago that you didn't know was there. Great moment. The best point out like a twenty or a hundred dollar Bill from out of nowhere. My God three twenties and a ten chain. Your whole good feeling. Good again. Oh, yeah. Laying in your own bed after a long trip away. Oh, my do. Even if you go on an incredibly luxurious vacation still something about getting back to your own bed. That is just you can't beat it. And it's that one is very similar to the nut moment of getting into bed for the first time having washed your sheets, in Hilo cases, and such lane sheets. Yes, it's the good stuff. This is the stuff that makes life worth living that I scoop out of a new peanut butter jar of peanut butter. There's just something weird about this. And it's not even just peanut butter. It's it's like ice cream or butter or sour cream anything that comes in a tub. Basically Joe hurt. Yeah. Yogurt that has that smooth layer on the top that once you break it. There's something to that two nut moment. When you push your, you know, we love grocery stores. We know we love talking about grocery carts. When I don't know why this comes up every fucking episode. We do, but it's just really weird at this point man when you push your cart from like ten feet away into the receptacle images slight perfectly into the other carts. Yes, that's good. When you go to the this is one that was given to me by a co worker here when you go to the bathroom at work because this personally is not one that I have myself got to be a will to freeze one. When you go to the bathroom at work, and you open the stall like first thing in the morning, you go to the bathroom, you the first person there and the stalls just pristine untouched. You're the first human that is going to use that stall for the day. And I know for fact, this is one that many many men in particular experience because I used to get snaps from buddies of them like with a bathroom store open just of a very clean white pristine toilet, and it's like your favorite stall. All the one you always covet of. Right. I mean, I, you know, our good friend add Brad, if you ever, you know, we're moving offices next week. So I might as well share this with you. Yeah. If you ever see Brad walking from building to over that's because his favorite toilet is in the office building next to ours. And he walks over there to do his business as I would love to hear from women listeners who to tell us if this is a thing for females because it is very real with men like we wanted obscene toilet and for women. You have to sit go a number one or two the hover at least. And yes, I'm obviously the hover can be utilized in play. Utilized. It's in play. But I just curious about this this whole pristine toilet situation. Another one when they opened up when you're in line at the grocery store, we're back at the grocery store, and you're and you're like six in line and use like a man fuck, you know, just have to stand like like, you always say, check, Instagram, whatever look at the fuck and tabloids and the thing next to you in suddenly you get a tap on the shoulder. And it's it's a it's a grocery store employees. And they say, oh, you wanna come where I'm open in this aisle right here. And you're the first person it's like it's like hitting the jackpot for some reason, it you said in five minutes max, but guide is great. It's moment when you wake up in the morning, and you're like fuck, it's eight o'clock. I gotta get up. But then you realize, oh, it's six thirty or seven and you've still got another hour or hour and a half or maybe even two hours to sleep. That is just the best feeling when you're cutting something with scissors in the scissors start to glide of the oh, yeah. Getting. Wrapping paper, this is. Yes. Oh my God. Did when you wrapping Christmas presents. Aw. This is the most arousing segment. We'll we'll ever do will never top this in terms of being aroused. When you're at this, Jared Borislav, I just wanna say that out front when you festival in your about to piss your pants, and you finally get to the bathroom, and quote, just get to let it rip in quote. Now. The only reason I'm including this normally I would ignore pretty much anything Jared says, but at music festivals the bathroom issues are so bad that if you are in fact on the verge of exploding when you finally get to the bathroom and get to go pee us best. Yeah. It's one of those moments where you just like through your hands up extremes. You've closed the door behind you in that porta potty, and you don't breathe in because it's a porta potty in exile. And you finally get it flowing, man. That is a great feeling relief washes of his gross. The Jared suggested that, but it is to be honest with you. There was a lot of really gross things that were said when we were brainstorming about this particular segment, and I didn't put most of them in here. And you're welcome for that a lot of them had to do with using the restroom and in and in other ways of release. I'll just say that here's one taking off your bra at the end of the day when you're a girl with huge boobs or cans now, I'm not a girl with can. So I don't know this. I just have heard it enough times to know that this needed to be included for females. I try to be as. I try to include as much female relevance of as I can this is the only one I've got this. I like hang on the rundown this when just says to quote taking off your bra when your chick with huge cans. That's literally what it says. That's why you know, what we need to do an entire list of these from females please send us a good idea. The good ideas and his all ladies only, and we can discuss whether they surprise us or if that makes perfect sense as your life's biggest nut moments. If you're female police because obviously we are a bit biased as it was a men. This one is like really hits home with me. Because it so rarely happens. Maybe happened to me twice hitting the perfect clean Gulf shot. Will you make a hundred percent perfect contact just that clean crisp contact with a golf ball? There is nothing like that. And I'm awful. So it rarely happens. But with does my God, I think this goes along with anyone who played baseball growing up when you just hammer one content. Perfect content. You really that's the that's perfectly is you? Don't feel the tension of making contact with the ball spiritual. It's the best. Yeah. Frankly, if I'm playing golf I want one of the shots in eighteen holes just one shot where that Chris contact. And I've my money's worth has been achieved I need one. That's all. That's all. I ask. God. Next one the phantom wipe, this is gross one. But it's just to be Jared. One was a Dave rough on. I'm just reading people out which is against the g code. But you know, this is doing a segment here work break, the phantom wipe or you wipe after doing number two, and it's clean. You're just clean. It's rare. But when it happens, it's great feeling when you know, there's a well-known college basketball coach who I who used to tell the media one year. He he changed his his gut regimen his probiotic regimen. Okay. And he would just come into practice, and and he used to be they're upset when the reporters got there. But then the reporters would show up, and he just be like one year he came back, and he was in a great mood every day. And they're like, well, what's what's going on with you coach? She's like, I don't have to wipe when I shit anymore. And that was his reason that I take like ju guys want the colon cleanse that I've been taking. It's changed my entire life. Well, good for him. Good for him and his gut health, really gross. But I did want to you know, it's it's ever since I've heard that it's goal of aim to achieve achieve getting more clean. When you're in the shower in hits the perf. Temperature let that level of. I mean, this is for hot shower people. I have to think like, you know, that feeling just the right amount of hot burning you in. It's not too cold. It's just perfect. Here's one for sneaker heads getting through the Adidas weight room to purchase a pair of easies. There is happening once and there's nothing like it. It's like again like winning the lottery. It's I don't know how to explain it. But my God, it's a good feeling. When you're pumping gas, and you know, you're going for like, the twenty dollar, Mark and you land right on it with no sense just twenty two zero point zero zero. Yeah, this was a lot more important when people paid cash for things when I was like in in high school, he's still dealing with. Yeah. But especially when you're you know, a good point. It will only my dad gave me a twenty and he twenty worth of gas got it. He's got a nail it. It was it was much more practical when we paid for everything with cash still, but it's still fun. I do it every time and I'd say one out of ten times. I probably hit my Mark. There was a great American Express commercial, Jerry Seinfeld where he did this. Yeah. Remember that peeling the plastic off of a brand new iphone, you know, how there's like the screen layer. There's like the two covering like different buttons. You get the peel the plastic off of the new phone charger that they give to the any electronic. Well, no, not any electronic any premium electronic that. You get to take that plastic off of same thing happens with like an apple TV, it's almost unnecessary. How much coverage they've got with plastic on these things, but I get it. So they don't get scuffed. And so they don't get scratched the the girlfriend called me about six months ago. She go new iphone, and I couldn't understand anything. She was saying. And I realize that she is our she realize like hung up the plaque back, and she was like, oh, I haven't taken the plastic off. I am a moron. What an idiot. Yeah. Which I just thought was great. I think about that every time I pull that last piece of plastic 'cause you don't notice. It's so Sheeran clear on that iphone eight used to be you get a new iphone or new MAC book, or whatever it would take you while to make to find all the different places that the plastic was like six weeks later and you're like oh shit. There's still simplistic on here when your bag is the first one off the baggage claim that's killer. This is. Never happened to me. And now I can't stop thinking about how badly I need this. I'm always like the last fucking bag for me. I like the walk when it starts going around. Like, maybe let's say, you're not the first person. And you kind of you get yourself set on. So if it goes around your on the other side, right? You put that's usually where up, and then you see your bag coming and you got there, and you can grab it while you're y. Yeah. The victory one. Yeah. Us grab that thing without breaking stride. That's great. That's a good feeling for sure you'll real strong. It's good. If settlers Cindy feeling of strength. You get pop in the grocery store cart up onto the curb. It's like the same level of. Yeah. Exactly. When you've been struggling all day with a bit of food or popcorn on your in your teeth or in the back of your throat in you, finally, dislodge it sweet freedom. This is a really random on. But I love it. It's opening a new can of tennis balls. I haven't even played tennis in a decade, and I still distinctly. Remember this feeling your dogs chew tennis bones yet, but they don't come in tennis ball canister. Oh, they're like these little I've got little dogs. So we've got a little mulcher tennis, burgers, you'd buy from dog store, whatever. But I almost I need to hit academy this weekend in grab canister of tennis balls. Just so I can experience again because it's been way too long. Well, that's always my favorite. There's a there's a restaurant that my sister are that I like to go to Houston. And my sister always goes with me choice makes fun of the preposterous descriptions of their wines and one of them is new tennis balls. Oh, yeah. Which is just like, I don't know why. But it is very I haven't played tennis since I was a kid, but as a distinctive smell feeling the whole thing I feel like I need to get on a tennis court. You know, it see what's what because I used to not suck at it. And and I need to be reminded that I suck at everything. Now, I need to go to tennis court and play against somebody. When you turn on the TV, and it's on the channel you already wanted. So you don't even have to do battle with the TV guide. This one touches a special place in my heart as an Torius sketch and flake when plans get canceled. You didn't wanna go to in the first place. Nothing's better. Oh, it's the best the best. I know you as to whether to shitty were not going to do that anymore. Yes. Thank god. I can just stay home play my dogs play video games. Whatever I was gonna do. This is this is the last one. It's when you're watching you're watching your favorite TV show, or maybe a movie on your DVR and your fast forwarding through the commercials in you hit play right at the perfect moment when the show or movie begins again, just that split second. So that you don't miss anything, and you don't have to rewind or fast forward anymore. It's a beautiful thing. I am very very good at this. Although I will say I now have Google fiber. And as a result, they have this fifteen second fast forward button. So it's not the same as when I had Time Warner, and I'm doing, you know, the triple speed and hit. Fuck and play at the exact time and xactly one second. Yeah. It's funny. You have to kind of dial it in no matter your system, I'm moving from direct TV to something else. And I it's going to it's going to take some time. Yeah. You got to, you know, get the feel for the new the new remote response time. Right. Yeah. Okay. Well, let me just kind of give you I don't know if this really qualifies as a as a nut moment if you will. But we'll we'll go back to their first one finding money in your pants or jeans pocket. The other day. And again, we're back at the fucking grocery store. I'm at I'm at the the central market by my house. Grab the cart in. It's always always grab the small cart. I grabbed the small cart insane. In in the top of the small cart is an Amazon gift card one hundred dollar denomination one. What the hell and on the back of it? The it's scratched at the top. They've got like a I don't know if anybody's ever gotten one of these that's got a sixteen digit code. But it's got like it's you have to scrape it off like a scratch off lottery right to the numbers. That is. So I pick up I get the car, and I'm like that's where I'm looking around to see fame by recently dropped us off. I wait. I wait. Okay. Nobody's. So literally about ten seconds. But I'm looking to make sure somebody's come back for it. I walk. I go through my thing on the back of it that part is scratched off. And it says one hundred dollars somebody clearly like a pen and wrote one hundred dollars because a bunch of these circled it. Yeah. Yesterday. I ordered something on Amazon I've had this card my wallet now for two weeks. And it was like, you know, what let's just give it a little look see spin the wheel. Bam. I ordered something fifteen dollars free fact, God damnit Ross were back at it. Again. I bought a fifteen dollar three month XBox live trial. So I can play fortnight against little fucking kids. Oh my God. And it was free. So I I don't know what to say. I don't know what's going on the universe of living. Right. If I'm on the right or wrong side of the VP affected. But it is it all comes full circle on this fucking show. This is this is amazing that's magical that if that doesn't just tell you exactly what we're trying to accomplish. And I don't know what does by the way. I'm getting hit up very frequently by people being you gotta get Mike on fortnight's. So we can all play together. Now, we can. Yeah. I also bought this. And then I realize now it can add boss rolling on on online. And I realize I'm an expert. Boy, I have an XBox though. That's the thing I have both. So I can go download tonight if I need to make move so that we can play with the people who listen Amertech, then fuck it. It's max w eighteen sixty five why the hell is it max w I don't really know why an eighteen sixty five isn't a number. I ever choose for things. But it just felt right? I think like max was like the default thing. And I just thought like max Weiner, I'm trying to like them. I my nephew's named max winer. I dunno. It just felt like the right thing to do max w eighteenth China Google for like famous max ws don't even know there's like a few random politicians on. I assume that that's not why they go max WABC five months boss role in as you know. That was life's biggest nut moments. Again, we would love it. If it's from the ladies, especially our female listeners, if you would hit us up with yours because we wanna make sure we do Justice to those as well. So you know, we've done life's biggest nut moments and life's biggest nut moments sinon by females on two separate episodes of Rb p. Nut moments are like, you know, when you stop the gas pump right on thirty dollars exactly would know pennies or when you're pulling the plastic off a brand new iphone just in case, you don't follow on Instagram, and you haven't listened to the other episodes. We still put up moments everyday on Instagram in the Instagram story at Deraz bowl and podcast on Instagram will listener suggested that we do a segment on the opposite kind of moments. So we're calling lice biggest trash moments and these are moments where everything just goes wrong, and you get that feeling of unbearable frustration in defeat. So we're going to list off some examples. And then I would like it. If just like last time, if after we do this, you guys would send in the ones that come to mind for you. And we'll keep adding to the list. So here the ones that Mike, and I got down so far my I'm going to read the ones, I've got you read the ones you got. When you when you pour a bowl of cereal like Honey nut Cheerios is happening two days ago, by the way, and then you walk over to the fridge, and you open it, and there is no more milk, or it's our that's a terrible feeling. That's just life kicking right in the dick. When you're driving through a parking lot. And you see a spot and you're like jackpot and you start to make the turn. And then there's a little pid part. That's that's the worst. That's what a beating we used to the old office, which would just moved out of there were all the all the time. There's guy with a red motorcycle. And he would always get the best spot and the whole fucking parking lot right in the front and you're like, oh, it's open. And then you start pulling you turn a little right? And you pull all this cocker got a good. It felt like there was fifteen little red motorcycles. Because it happened to me every day like they were just scattered throughout the parking lot. And I kept being like, oh, there's up. No. There's this up. Sucks. When you're on the toilet in. You've already begun the process of making number two when you look over and realize there's no toilet paper. Trash moment. Michael. We would you get got a couple one. Is you have one egg left? You go to the fridge. And you're like, I'm gonna have eggs for dinner, and you start making potatoes. You you cook some bacon, perhaps, maybe get a tortilla go in and you pull out the salsa and like all right now last thing, I'm gonna make some eggs and you open the carton and there's only one. It's just such a slap in the nuts. Like, nobody wants one for dinner or or either the other like you you're making you're baking something calls for two eggs and go the fridge. And there's only one in your like everything is ruined all of my dry and wet ingredients done that happened to me not too long ago too. Damn here's one that happened yesterday going fourteen two in your bracket and still having your bracket busted, his fuck. But as you took Arizona, nobody wants to hear about my bracket. But I will tell this quick story. I pick my girlfriend's like, hey, I'm in this office bracket poke and you helped me fill up my bracket. I'm like, yeah. Sure. Let's do together. We'll both at the exact same bracket. So we don't have to worry about who to root for whatever. We've got a twenty dollar pool at the office. I'm watching the game yesterday ship where eight ino- I sent. I'm like baby, we're we're nine. No right now. This is crazy. Perfect. And some were upsets like, well, we lost one. Now, we're now we're nine in one mulling. This is still looking great. The late games. Come now. This were twelve I'm like baby twelve and one we're gonna win this thing. And then Arezzo gets they're asking the same close, and I had on Wayne the whole thing. And I said as we did in the back door cover bracket, shameful and form, though, I went fourteen and to which I'm sure in the history of me feeling out brackets is the best bracket of ever had. It's it's all over. It's just it's just doesn't really matter because the one you had winning it all blew it on day one. It's trash moment when I had yesterday as well waiting in line for no reason, what do you mean? And this happens a lot again, this is kind of hyper local but for south by parties or God, you wait in line. And then you you realize one line isn't moving and then to oh, I can just walk over here and get what I was waiting to get like the. All these other people are waiting in line, like sheep do this. Just fucking happen. To me in Taylor when we were traveling to Aspen last week, we got to Austin airport, which as you know, is a very small and very easy airport on most of the time. Where there's only three different security check through point checkpoints. And they're usually pretty quick. I mean, you can get thirty minutes before your flight and be a okay not on the day. We showed up and this was six AM the flight board at six AM. So we got there like five thirty and it was the beginning of spring break for UT students, and it was the beginning of south by southwest festival. And it was packed a living. Hell we almost missed our flight. But the point is we're standing in the fucking security line. Because this lady was yelling out there on like we both had TSA pre check. And she was yelling out. There are no TSA pre check over here. Whatever the fuck it. We gotta read win the regular line with all the regular people. That's fine. Whatever it is. What it is. As a result. We almost miss our flight. But when we get to the front of the regular line after being for roughly thirty forty minutes, we look over the right? And we see this guy going through this the premium pass. Singer line and he gets to the front. He asks the dude. Hey, I've got TSA pre check. But there wasn't a sign back there and the guy goes, oh, yeah. This is the TSA pre check line too. So I just stood in that fucking line for no reason. Anyway, that's trash trash moment. Here's one that. I was thinking of and of course, again, hyper local Texas liquor laws say that you can't buy alcohol on Sundays before noon, you can buy beer all liquor stores close, but I've been like the worst game day, and you're like friends come over. We're gonna watch the Cowboys kick at noon, you're at the store you pick up. You know, you get your cheese. Played a symbol. You've got sandwiches. Whatever the doing. It's like eleven thirty go line. You put your six or down? And they're like, Nope. Until. Until. Doc. So then then it's like do. I wait here. Another thirty minutes to get this beer. Do I go home? But then if I get the beer at noon, I'm gonna miss kick off if you wait you're gonna get your house, and you're not going to be there. And it's just a bear. Like, I mean, I know this is a little thing. But it really or you're going out on boat, and it's eleven AM, and you're picking up groceries, and you've got twelve bottles of champagne, you get the frontal. Nope. It just sucks. Fuck what you have twelve bottles of champagne to go out on a boat. You're raging spray money chilly. Yeah. It's a fun boat. Anyway, it's a boat filled with naked ladies who wanna be covered in champagne. I have to assume you go on a boat. That's what has to be another one here gas barbecue grills that don't start. They all have the little like button that you press the art. It's like, but it never works. And then you gotta take a piece of paper towel and light on fire and hold it with pliers. And it's going to be a huge flame hands. Get singed in the fear in no danger. It still feels dangerous like I feel like I'm gonna blow up the whole house that that's a trash moment. Brad key. Who's here at Brad helped me out with a couple of these getting stuck next to fat person or a crying child on an airplane? You know, what I would say I would prefer to be in the middle seat with crying child on my left and right then in any seat with fat person next to me, and that's no fifth people. I get I know fucking sucks for you to you don't like being on those airplanes crammed into the seats. I get it. But all my God. I'm already claustrophobic airplanes because I'm to fuck and tall. And my legs are too long on my knees touching my forehead sitting in those seats. When there's a big great big fat person sitting next to you. Now, you got no arm as your shoulders touching each other. I don't wanna touch any person. And if it's if it's someone sort of like flab, that's even worse. And there's a big difference between like look man, if you're like thirty pounds, overweight in you, just like don't eat. Well, and and that's whatever. That's that's one thing. But if you like sixty pounds, overweight, and you just don't care and your sweaty and gross and you making no attempt to take care of yourself whatsoever. Holy shit. Please. Don't sit next to me on the fucking airplane over cooking a steak or any piece of meat. I think is real the worst steak you go by beautiful state. You spend good money on it. And then you overcooked that fucking thing. That sucks. You know, how you saw this problem by never cooking ever. Which is what I do. Well, that's it's one today. God that I married bringing overcook sake at the restaurant, you send it back and ask for another one. I can't remember the last time that's happened. But I mean thank God for Taylor. 'cause she cooks and she's great. But I never learned how to make anything. Okay. And I think that's one of the next things. I need to focus on the focus segment is learning. How to cook? Because I suck. Yeah. Well, you know, all speak for a lot of men were kinda macho when it comes to grow in a steak, grilling anything, see. Just got no macho in me I've adapted. The I've adopted the instant read thermometer. So I'm I'm more likely to undercooked things stick the mama tour in still says ten degrees to and then put it back on then over cooking, something stinks. Anyway, this is the best one in Brad gave me this one cracking an iphone screen when that moment when you drop that thing and it hits the ground, and you're like, oh, fuck don't be broken you turn over and it's broken. That's the fucking worst. That is the biggest trash thing. I win the challenge. Someone to come up with a trash moment that is worse than that. Does not involve like cancer or aids? Right. That's not what we're talking about here. No, no. Yeah. Don't don't bring these. These are basically trivial things little trivial moments. But the ones that just kick you right in the nuts or the titty or whatever. Like that that that I phone one. Just keep going just even thinking about it's making up set having to print anything. This any reason for. It's a twenty eighteen nothing should ever have to be printed. But if you get a print tickets, and you've got to figure out how like we never print anything in our office. But like if I had to print a ticket off like either I have to find a way to connect to our printer, which is a nice printer. But doesn't work for like eighty percent of the company like eighty percent of the time. Never were never never worked with mine or have to Email to somebody else. Now, it becomes their burden to try and get it to connect, right? It just stinks. This stinks twenty eight teen should not be that hard. And it anytime after anything, it's the worst. I always have to Email it to like Brad brags, I came in can you print this for here's the thing. I've talked about this before why fuck doesn't apple make printers? We know. Those would work. Good point. Just give us a damn printer make TV's and printers. Please. Thank you. Yeah. And then the this one is the guy at the squat rack who won't leave this thing, if you're working at a gold anytime fitness there, nobody wants to work in but the squat rack there's only two or three. They're the golden west like has three squat are in high demand. And that it's they have three bench press stations. Which again, that's they every Jim should have a minimum of ten of both. I've never really understood the two most important trying to force you to work in with each other something I really don't get any can't really work in on squat because some people squatting on some people squat less. The new thing are these sort of Olympic racks that have the people do that have sort of a wooden thing on both sides that dead lifts on. And so like people that are using the squat rack. Like I squad every I'm doing a five by five workout onto get into this. But a big part of it is squatting you squad every day. Okay. And when you get to the gym like I'll go ride the elliptical be like staring at the at the squat rack the entire time. Waiting for it to be open. And if somebody's there and doing trivial things like doing curls. It's just it. It throws the whole work off and workout off. And that's that's a that's a trash moment. I'm giving my solution. I did a what is the one on south Amores it planet, fitness. Yeah. Yes. So in planet, fitness they have like three hundred sixty seven treadmills, and you're like, wow. What an abundance of treadmills. This is incredible. But then you go over to the weight section and to bench presses. And you're like hold up. Couldn't we remove thirty of these treadmills through like three more benchpress sections. There's something what the fuck is this eventually I cracked one day. And I what I did is I turn my garage into cross it, of course, I have is Ross fit, and it is absolutely nothing like cross fit in almost any way. But. It eliminates any Jim issues that I will ever have in my entire life. Like, I've got my own squat wreck. I've got my own bench press. I've got my own free weights. I've got my own like roller thing he stretch on a yoga mat, I can do crunches on or whatever the fuck. It's rough it, and you know, it's been like six months, I went in there didn't he thing. But the point is if I wanted to wouldn't have to deal with some bozo who won't leave the goddamn doing curls in the in the squat doing, whatever. And then the last one I have here, which is actually good when on because it's it's a trash moment, but it can lead to a nut moment. And this is when there, and this is something I know she hazarded their bad TV channel selections at a gym or at a bar year. Like yesterday, I was on a treadmill, and they're got fifteen TV's in front of you and only one had basketball on and there's four game showing basketball during much like somebody should stand up and make sure that we have that on all the TV's or the worst is when you're at a bar to watch the game. And they've got one TV on CBS. Sports network showing downhill skiing, and they won't put your game on. And then you ask to get it on and the waitress goes, oh, I don't know. I gotta talk to a manager. And then she comes back three times managers nowhere to be found. And it's like pulling teeth. We've all been there. The experienced get the game that you want on TV when that is troublesome and a pain that sucks. There's nothing worse than it's awful. And there's one time Brad ni- again back to Brad day. This is the bread. And we were watching the zoo game at a bar in Austin while the Texas game was going on and these kids threaten to fight up. Like, I thought we're going to have to fight because really oh watch Mizui fed bitch. Like, and I was like are we have to fight these fucking like they were really talking because if the game the stadium is over there. You could go walk to fucking Cox, y'all they were playing Kansas. Anyway. That's what this was one of the scenarios where we got the game that we wanted on the TV and these guys were given us a hard time about it. But that's the nut moment. And then the other nut moment is I was at a bar. I was at a dock motor work down the street. Having a beer. Hey, can I get this on this game? And like, no problem and not only did she change the channel. She's like, here's the remote. Oh, that's what I want to. And that was just a great nut moment. Dude. We need more. It's so great. When you ask someone, and they just go change. And they don't go to the manager. They don't have to go back in the kitchen. They don't have to get control. She walks over. She grabs the remote. She changes. It's because it's about it's like fifty fifty with bars and restaurants at fifty percent of them. You'll get the dominant situation where they're total. They've got this whole thing down, Pat, they immediately change a channel. Sometimes they offer you the remote and it's beautiful. But then it they're like, oh, I gotta go find the guy who runs the TV's. And then like they don't come back for twenty minutes. Next thing. You know, you're standing up having to go try to find this guy yourself in one of the places at my favorite restaurant. Probably in the city that's cheap anyway match. Oh, Rancho this is a constant problem. It's a struggle. It's gotten to the point where I no longer ask my waitress or a bartender. I go find the guy because I know what he looks like. And I'm like, hey, man. I need you to change the channel and he's like this fucking guy again. But I'll stand there too. Like, I stand there. Stare at him until he picks up the remote and comes with me. Because if you don't he won't come. But yeah, no. That's that's a good one. It would be great for the listeners. If we could get more examples like this that trash moments that can turn into nut moments. That's like the the double like fifty fifty because it is a situation where there is no in between. Right. When you go to a place to watch the game and. Like your entire experience at that restaurant that bar hinges on whether they make it easy for you. Or they make it hard it sucks on this like the first four innings of an Astros game. Because it takes them that long to get the fucking channel changed. I'm like, what is the deal? I don't know how these bars and restaurants had their shit set up. A lot of them had it set up very poorly, whereas like eight different remotes, and they had to figure out which one is which TV and shit. And it's like when I think it's an indication of how I think I've never really worked in in the bar industry of watched a lot of bar rescue. And I worked as a waiter once, but I feel like this is like one of the five tests that you can tell if you're at a well run a Sam. Yes, it like, for example, Abels on the lake place down here in Austin, everyone who's ever been awesome has been there. It is. The worst run establishment ever. They have five times as much staff as they need. I've never been in a restaurant has terrible service and blatantly over usually more. Members than there are patriots. And yet somehow your services, always tear them. And we only find like, and I feel like this is a place that you'd have a very hard time getting the game on the right screen. I would go so far as to say that is one of the most overrated locations in the entire city and get it. I get people like, oh, it's on the lake the views. There are plenty of other places. You can go with good views that one I do not. I haven't been in a long time since I moved away from living over there is just not good. I'm sorry. It's just not good the food sucks too. You know, I think in the future. This is a segment like to do which is signed you're at a bad bar would run establishment. Because I I have I have a list in my mind. Now, the Mugo will save it for another time making a note, I'm making I'd love to go through this. Like, the first thing you see is one of these five things, you know, that this is gonna stink is always heard that the best indicator that you're good steak house is if the bread they bring you is like crumbly crusty, and you cut into it and crumbs go everywhere that means you're a good steak, anyway, I probably twenty pounds of crumbly bread last week made me happy. And now. One of my personal favorite additions of stuff to Wikipedia when your high for Memphis owed one forty-seven Peter French in. Today's stuff that we competed when you high is Peter frugal throw Ghion F R E U C H E N frigging was a Danish. Explore his full name was Laurens Pieter Elfriede friggin, and he was an author. He was a journalist. He was an anthropologist. This guy was considered by many to be the late real life. Most interesting man in the world. He's no longer with us. He was born in a place. I can't pronounce in Denmark father was a businessman. I'm not sure the fuck does. That mean that's his dad must not have done shit. If your dad's description is that he was a businessman. He didn't do anything frigging attended the university of Copenhagen where he studied the medicine. He was married. Three times. I nine hundred eleven to navarin a-. Meg you Pollock which is an absolutely outrageous name, she's an Inuit woman. Unfortunately, she later died of the Spanish flu epidemic. After bearing two children a boy named mccoo SaK atttack. Iggy Maku Sukhumi to rang Apollo. Not a joke. That's his actual name that they gave him and a girl named people. Luke jetty to Ming guac Kesse, Luke pack, pal Pollica, Haggar good stuff. Good stuff. Good names for those two kids did a great job with that first marriage. Second marriage. He gets married to a woman named Magdalene Vang Lawrenson. She was the daughter of Johannes Peter Lord's in. Danish businessmen and director of Denmark's national Bank. Cool their marriage started in nineteen twenty four and was dissolved in nineteen forty four and then in nineteen forty five he married. Danish fashion. Illustrator Dagmar cone. From nineteen twenty six to nineteen forty friggin owned the Danish island in ino- in a holy in a Hawaii on a net. Neck Pskov, Ford Jorde is is the way it looks. But you know, that's not how it said. And during that period, he wrote several books and articles and he entertained guests. And since the year two thousand that uninhabited island has been part of the next gove Ville Tricia VAT, a wildlife reserve in nineteen oh six are boy Fruchtman when on his first expedition to Greenland is a member of the Denmark, expedition, this is where his bad ass. Life's dog got started. And that was that he was hooked between nineteen ten and nineteen. Twenty four went on several expeditions often with noted polar explorer Knud, Rasmussen he worked with moose and crossing the Greenland ice sheet. He spent many years in tool Greenland living with the polar any went against first wife was an it. That's what they call their native Americans there that are not obviously American the Nate. Greenlanders? I guess you should say whatever, maybe I'm wrong. Look it up. This is very culturally inconsiderate for me to not have lifted up on my own. But do your thing. Inuit anyway, traveled to Serbia in nineteen twenty six in the northern reaches a Greenland, he got caught in a huge storm. He took cover beneath the dog sled, but the snow overtook him and froze him in place. The ice was so tightly packed around him. That is beard was frozen to the ice. It was stuck. If you would turn his head. He would've ripped out his beard and parts of his face for thirty hours. He tries to clause way out, and then he has a genius idea. He takes a dump he let said dump freeze and then uses said frozen turn to chisel his way out. He didn't crawl three hours back to the base took off his toes that had gangrene with a pair of pliers and a hammer and win about his life. What a psycho. He was also employed by the film industry as it can. Sultant and script writer. That's always have swat team ex navy seals who are consultants in Hollywood. He was that guy before those guys existed. He was specializing in Arctic related scripts most, notably MGM's Oscar winning eskimos slash of the magnificent. Starring Ray Maala and featuring friggin as ship captain. Here's a random fact in nineteen fifty-six sixty four thousand dollars on the sixty four thousand dollar question. An American TV quiz show on the subject the seven CS in nineteen thirty three one of his books was turned into the film eskimo and told the tale of fictional Inuit. Warriors adventures in the Arctic he helped write the screenplay. He translated the dialogue into into it. And he was an interpreter on city helped film crew survive, and he played the film's villain. The captain ended up winning Oscar for best editing at the premiere of the film, he allegedly encountered Nazi director Linney rice, stall was Hitler's personal filmmaker. And he lifted her up over his head laughing hysterically and twirling her around which is like on some ace Ventura monopoly. Gosh, it and hilarious in nineteen thirty eighty thousand at the adventures club. Which still exists to this day? They later honored his memory by planting and oak tree in creating an eskimo KARN. Cairn? I don't know what that is near the place where he left in Mark for Greenland in nineteen. Oh, six at situated, east of Lang, inally Bruin. That's the best. I can do in central Copenhagen not far from the statue of the little mermaid, so I guess if you're near landing any Bruin, you can go find that thing during World War Two friggin was actively involved with the Danish resistance movement against the occupation by Nazi Germany despite having lost a leg the frostbite in nineteen twenty six he he was still part of the resistance movement. He in fact, openly claimed to be Jewish whenever he witnessed anti-semitism. He was imprisoned by the Germans he was sentenced to death by the Germans any manage to escape the Nazis and flee to Sweden in nineteen Forty-five married. Danish Jewish designer Dagmar fruit and Gail in nineteen forty five after the war moved in. York City, and he married her or actually, married fashion. Illustrator Dagmar Kona. Are this must be the same person that the names are Dagmar though. Okay. She worked for vogue. They actually did a spread on the two on the couple in vogue magazine. And he wore a coat made from polar bear he hand wrestled and killed himself, which is completely fucking insane. The photo is awesome. When you look up. This guy's name on Google when you type in Peter freeken Franken Franken through it's going to be the first thing the pops up probably it's a gigantic pimp coat and you'll be like oh shit. That's tight although killing polar bears, even with your hands. Not tight. There are not that many of them left. So good thing Peters not around anymore. Excuse me. The president last work book of the seven seas is dated August thirtieth nineteen fifty seven. He actually died of a heart attack three days later at the Elmendorf Air Force base in Anchorage Alaska, and after his death is ashes were scattered on the famous table shaped mount dune dise outside of tool. This is a guy who took on polar bears Wolsey explored uncharted areas. No man dare journey. He wrote and starred in an Oscar winning movie won a game show. He amputated his own toes became a millionaire was married three times. What a what a life a real life. Most interesting man in the world type Peter friggin that your stuff to Wikipedia when your high. Last, but not least something to leave you jacked up and ready to crush life from episodes sixty to listen to this when you need some motivation. Maybe school your job has you down. Maybe you're going through some serious shit. Maybe just in a rut. Well, it's time to snap. The fuck out of it. You've got one life to live. It's imperative that you remain an as kicking mode for much of that one life as humanly possible snap out of it. And turn the fuck up. Today is your day. This is your moment. It's time to shine. Any loser can make excuses about this in that why things aren't going their way how the deck is stacked against them. 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Audio Mullet #48: Jesus Music

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54:12 min | 8 months ago

Audio Mullet #48: Jesus Music

"Audio Navarre matting. We get some hello world. It's us. It's audio mullet except for we don't know happen at Mike. He's gone again But it's me and Doug my my name's Ethan and this is auto mullet audio. Molly this is. This is the time when Where we celebrate the things of old things like out of style Spats or out of style and using Moose Eighties Moose in your hair. Our favourite haircut the mullet which went away but probably should still be here kind of like anything of Your Dad's values or great old things that are out of style but should still be here like a mullet. It'll probably back thanks to shows like stranger things. Making eighties eighties cool. I'm surprised that a lot of kids are wearing mullets again. Yeah maybe they should break. You know they. They brought back things cool in the eighties. But they didn't bring back racism on stranger. But are you doing I broke? You know. We're on a really weird delay right now? So it's breaking my brain trying to have a conversation. This portion of the conversation has been omitted due to extreme latency and delay issues due to Ethan's unwillingness to force his son to stop hogging all the bandwidth by playing Ford night which would have really upset his wife. We continue at the end of. Doug's lecture about how Ethan needs to go in there and rip the TV off the wall because he has testicles in his the man of the House in my office. Because I work because I'm a dad worked for a living dislike. Dad's of your who'd get on a boat. They'd be gone from the House for three months. They would be off to see. Usually sometimes they wouldn't even come back. And that's where the songs like Mandy you're fine anger because he's a man of the sea sometimes you're just gone and then you're you come back. You might not even recognize your kids. Maybe another kid appears just from nowhere. I Dunno where kids come from but maybe you left with three kids then you come back and there's a fourth kid and your wife says you had a son all good. I hope I'm glad he didn't die on birth like the other ten. I eight tempting like a light norm donald type of older yarn. If you mean by nor McDonald telling the truth than yeah I think part of it is that things are tense right. Now the The quarantine is getting to us and Saturday Saturdays or hard as well. You know we have all four kids here To The kids are their dad's half the time because of the their step kids You know they're all here they can't leave. It feels like a day. We should be leaving at the Saturday. Usually go out and do something. And it's like this is like the climate who are six weeks or whatever to do nothing on Saturdays and They're all starting to. It's like the new hobby is just get furious at each other. All for a fake volunteer white. It is that kills now completely banned with this being completely fs and it's infuriating. I I called it. I called. It started I mean I those bend my insulating but now it's so obvious it now so obvious that I was right that this whole thing was fake. It's purely political the farther to the left. You are the more likely orsay. Stay home than we ask this. The mass that is the American Burqa. The fake hit job mask of self righteousness going I. We're making masks for the poor. All the Hollywood people are like suddenly. They're they're all sewing masks for the boy for the bird. Bourgeois the scumbags and Hollywood's a bunch of hemophiliacs. They're just terrified of getting bumped Bruce. They're like oh we can't expose ourselves to this public play. We're more important than all of you. So all of you. We're going to so you masks but you stay home. We'll cut the middle class and the lower class destroy businesses. And we'll all be fine but you guys pay this price. Stay at home you do. I'm Gal gadoe and Magin. There's no America it does make don on me as it was all happening because I'm always thinking what is going to the head of somebody who really really wants socialism like they really really want the government being complete power. And I ain't got it always thought you know they just want really high taxes and lots of government programs but this has made me realize I think that for there's certain people that they want much farther than that like they actually want the government. They liked eighty that the government will be printing money providing all the things that we need in. We get the money and we just do. We want in their mind. Somehow that's how things can work like. It seemed so how farmers and there's gotta be I think they can have farmers and people who manufacture stub who who maybe working for the government. I guess there's still tons of people working against their will. Yeah and we're we're old people stacked up like rats on a prison planet called New York but we have to dictate what everyone in the middle of America where they have like naturally like a mile and a half to acreage all by themselves already set social safe distances but because New York bunch of really abused people living in tiny tiny expensive sell it is they have to dictate. Will all of you do know? And IT'S NEW YORK. It's it's so bizarre for the whole country be dictated by basically in the Oregon. La. That's the idea behind getting rid of the Electric Electoral College Right. That's New York and La boat and we all just do what they want. And I don't want to sound insensitive or anything but this is where Darwinism starts to make sense. This is an member. I'm a creationist in. Darwinism is just Marxism. It's all it's already just trying to take over the world with Marxism and get you to believe an anti science complete fiction. It's a pagan fe. Earth worshipping Pagan faith. Where they'll there's no missing link visual to anybody. No one's ever seen a missing link. We swear there's one and we swear we believe in empiricism. It's been demonstrated in allowed there. Such a thing as missing never been demonstrated. This is their faith. Well it's weird. How all these Darwinist don't understand. And when they talk about to Christians always go. Hey I'll prove evolution to you Viruses evolve and they evolve to resistance to vaccines now. Why wouldn't they understand and believe in? Darwinism all the way. The evolution is trying to screen out all of the week old socialists. That lives stacked up like rats in New York. I'm telling you this is Darwinism at work. You're trying to be screened out of humanity for your stupidity and you and you don't get the hint. You're the ones who believe in. This is your faith. I'm holding you to your religion. You should be edited out of the Gene Pool for being that stupid. I hate to say it. But Corona viruses. Doing everybody a favor it is. I mean if evolution is purely true like if it's all there there's so many things that don't make any sense like there's no reason to get upset about rape in that point of view it doesn't make any sense like yes. So why are you sitting here creating over the dead in new in New York and Detroit and it tried taking a shot at Hollywood but the but the Wuhan Light Bat flu already made its way through that population a small. Enough percentage of them Devon natural resistance and even New York because they're so Isolated from China in properly developing a decent human immunity. You know a herd immunity. They weren't exposed to it and then they are The virus was trying to edit them out. And I'm just saying we're GONNA go evolution then. Don't go against my evolution religion now just because it doesn't serve you it doesn't have a brain doesn't have morality to it and it's time for you guys to get edited out of the Gene Pool. Goodbye all right. Keep you dirty mask. Your every mass should be screen printed with a hammer and sickle on it. I WanNa make them with a bat. Sticking out of the mouth kind of Gwyn wiggling their traffic map. I WanNa make when this says Allah Hu Akbar on. Because that's the American hit job. You can see to pay his if you wear one of those masks everybody. We should revolt and go to work tomorrow. And I'm even on Sunday we eric. The Sabbath has this on Sunday. Then then today yeah. I think a lot of people are just like I mean. We're we're already starting to fall apart. Mean May I anything beyond May I for me is like I'm going back to what whatever you know? Let a yeah. I got a buddy who owns a cigar shop and we're just sitting there like we basically snuck Choson. Last night we were in the middle of the night Dislike six of US got together. Had cigars it was like the best night ever. We've just sitting down wide Ethan. How how many of you died. I Dunno well. One of US got Chris Bay Piano but a they counted that as a coach or Krono virus death. Because somebody said that. He had the sniffles right before it landed on them. Good Yeah and all the men should be shaken hands hugging each other greeting each other with a holy kiss by taking a bite of a of a big sloppy cheeseburger going. Hey can I buy that sure? Then he takes a you. Don't wipe it off on your sleeve. I then take the bite. You take the bike to show. I'd rather die with you. Then live with proper distancing proper distancing. That's like one of those signs projected in. They live observe proper distancing true. I know it's weird. Like the mainland. Main drags where I live. There's these flashing signs like those those road construction signs and it says go home flashing. It's it's freaky. It's so weird. This is stupid. We asked down to Valerie percent unemployment and they were too many black people working and the left goes. We must destroy this. We have to voluntarily destroy the so. Let's see we have a bunch of evolutionary scientists EG heads and we have a bunch of Hollywood People Socialists. Running the media. What can we do? They get to twenty five percent unemployment in a month ball entirely through psychos saying stay home. Quit your voluntarily. Leave your job. It's because it makes me. Why does make me wonder you know we've had viruses? We had other viruses have never but this has never happened in. The numbers are ridiculous. Like I was just reading an article. The numbers are so insanely low. They're lower right now than any irregular flu and it's like You know I do think this miss. The political season has been so insane. Everything has been made into huge outrage. This the world is ending that And I it does seem like this whole pandemic insanity. I can't help it. That has something to do with trump being an office. And they're being a need to just it even if it's just people is being heightened and like needing to. Rei tied trump the more anti-trump the socialist Democrat Goldberg Ian Jonah Goldberg. And you are the more likely you're on board with stay at home. Where a mask? I'm just saying I I see it. I see guys with like the angry Avatar. The says that says stay at home while my animator friends. How that angry Avatar now? The they're more anti-trump you are the more likely you're saying comply with the government and shut it all down and all. I'm saying is that if America does this voluntarily we deserve to lose our freedom. We deserve to have a bunch of fake socialist. Baby killers in charge of everything. We even want an election and we turn it all over them voluntarily. We deserve it seriously. Fly The hammer and sickle. Let's be done with it. Just there's there's an initial thing that's really good that if there is a real viral scare one thing. I love about America's we all really care about each other to this. There was to see that kind of unitary like we're all in watch out for each other we're all GONNA WE'RE GONNA build other mass and stuff. It's like there's kind of a beautiful thing there but like Initially and I think it would be weird if if you know there. Is this whole big morning. Going out that there's a huge virus to millions will die which is or being told the beginning and And everybody just like screw you I got my rights or whatever like And so but as the numbers have dwindled I also. It also gives me hope to see how pissed off. Everybody's getting like you know it it. It was scary to me and I do think that. In general more and more people are are not by the end of this month. I think this is gonNA turn around. Oh it's got a backlash collect time I'll tell you one thing trump. If he has a pair of balls he better quit with all this redistribution of trillions of dollars. First of all he did give everyone a check and he stole the glory for it by signing his name they all have a little donald trump autumn. So everyone getting their welfare check goes like I got. I got my Obama phone from champ. Got Obama Phone Obama so first of all they stole their glory but if he doesn't start bucking the scientists and say this is all fake news. Go back to work and create an American civil war. He should say everybody your exercise your Second Amendment Right. Pack your heat and go to work tomorrow and and then have all the media in all the left freak out and say no. We can't do you. I swear. Even you watch six months from now. The Democrats will still be wearing masks and be going. I'm seeing Hong doing even properties. Even though all the rooms are going back to work it's going to become virtuous signaling. Now it could be a new divide in America who stays home and who goes and works for their money. Oh we got an email from a guy in Sweden who said over there. And he's a fan Adams named Handy here but he He said that the you know their general rule has just been no gatherings of fifty or more but other than that most most everybody's keeping just business as usual and they're they're not dying off any faster in fact. I think they're one of the better countries so it's insane. The the places that are being more lax about this the test would-be that death would skyrocket those areas. And that's not happening well. They cancelled kamikaze. Ethan so money families like people investments all insane hundreds of millions of Hunt and we're still the tomato families still flying down to San Diego for our last two weeks in July. So now we don't have a comic con. We have to see a bunch of blue haired. Curry's all dressed up with their giant boobs. Stick it out instead. We'll have all of the manly men get together. We'll have cigars and we'll have our own little comic con and I want as many people as possible to come to do it. We got it easy. Knew that I wanNA I WANNA unsafe amount of people so it's illegal in California. Let's do it. We record some audio mullets. I want hundreds will get beer. We'll have cigars will meet in public. And I want to be the first person to go to jail. Because if Gavin say I want to talk to Gavin newsom? I want that perfectly quashed effeminate metro sexual. I want him to come to my president. I will grab his head and I'll stick my thumbs in his eyes. We'll see I just did you a favor. I just I just now. I'm just making reality lineup to your moral center. You're blind and now I'm GonNa make you physically be hard to do because he's really looks really slippery as head. Would slip all around in your grasp. Because his hair's full gel like he uses a ton of that stuff that it's it's like hang out and go flying across the room old still and then I'd see up. Close his horizontal eyelids. Inner eyelids that a lizard has closed blinking and closing at sea. That little vertical black line at single vertical black line and a snake. No He seems to be enjoying this a little too much of the freaks me out. What is their end dude? They're on fire and left the biggest Marxist Boehner right now. I'M SURPRISED THEY THEY WON'T THEY'RE GONNA probably roll out mandatory gay marriage to make it so the only man on only same sex and lesbians don't count so they never into like female same sex it will only there will only be one form of marriage recognized and that's two men would say like. I like this and one of them has to be how into one of them has to be. What is it that they like about this? Why would anybody want to they? They think they're gonNa pin it on trophy. They think they hate business. They hate freedom. The hate American freedom. Hate the idea that you can go and work that normal people can work and make a living without a government making everyone feel helpless and welfare so yes But it's it's not gonNa Work. You can already see. It's going to turn back on it. It's going to snap back on him so hard Americans are gonna go back to work. We will have a lot of work to do on the recovery. Because you can't just rebuild a job created from nothing you gotta it's GonNa take time but we're talking about shattering It it shatters. The illusion. That IN THEIR MIND IS SHATTERING. The illusion of capitalism right like See Capitalism's come to bite you back because you thought you could just have a free market and liberty in. Now you're paying the price and you're having to get bailed out by the government and they love the idea that everybody's like desperate for the government to like take care of them so it's not that they like the situation but they like doing wrecks in their mind they think everybody's GonNa Change because of it and go. Oh wait we need more government all along and his just ruined. Everything did the grant on the top of that hill looking looking down on America going and when they see all their jobs are gone. They'll go boo hoo. And then from from the dust day here the Americans going back to back to work armed throwing their jobs their job mask. Who Saw Bo? I like my meat plaque. Meat Packing plant job. And we'll go back to work and the mighty engine will roar again and the the spice will flow. Yeah I see I see the bouncing back. I don't see any other and the other outcome winner in our country. I think that at least I hope that's my hope well Where we got to win some more down ticket we gotTA get some more down ticket Winds out of this. Hopefully we can any of the Socialist government Michigan other way even on the ride even although Republicans are a little little too compliant. Little too quick. I didn't vote. I didn't vote for this garbage to say what products you can spy and not buy at Walmart or Home Depot Kandar. You throw them out. Yeah Yeah I'm hoping there's going to be a narrow a corner turn here I feel it. You can just feel it. Unlike the way people are getting sick of this but I i. It's it's kind of a couple of weeks or you know I guess a month. That's point of being kind of the virtue signal thing and everybody. Can you know every you know you look? You'll go real jerk if you're keeping your store opened or whatever. I really hope those days are coming to a close here. I'm telling trump right now get get talk about get get ahead of the curve and flat mccur trump. You'd better come out quick on this or I will turn against you and I will destroy your. I will get. You voted out audio mullet. We all all-star anti-trump Movement so fast did I will throw you out on your better without vision without vision. The people perish in front of this dude. If your four business and you're a true businessmen we need later any of those places that are already starting to open up parks and And things like that so there's already people opening things backup from what I've read. I think I think we're GONNA see a rapid return in the next couple of weeks. That's my prediction. I want the but Ethan. I want to eat it. The church say forget you government. Where's where's the separation of church and state people now? You always every time. The church opens their mouth. You always get slapped back. By some Stalinist saying separation of church and state and they pass a basically pass a law. Where you can't congregate. We should be tomorrow. We should be back in church and the church lead it going. Hey government right here. Forget you where we're going to worship and we're going to all meet together in up with unsafe spacing down and what are you. GonNa do about it. Pass along and just thinking about this because we me you and Mike all live in different places when I wonder if we did have mullet got together. Some kind yeah that the flight was like seventy five. We get all their all the fan meet up for the game. We our audience is small enough. That who you know. It'd be a few people tops. Probably Yeah mullet tour. I want dangerous amounts of one. At least one hundred people may collect. The mullet retreated together every Shane treat. If you if you fill out to if you do if we catch you do in a fist-bump we will go. Deuteronomy Twenty Five Eleven and twelve on your body. We will cut your hand off there will be handshakes hardy hugs. Bops invented by Obama and Michelle. The Barack and Michelle would fist-bump. Now I go to the church thing everybody. A few weeks of being scared incur. How dare you sorry but I am? I'm beginning to hope that we all can shift off that but I'm here to free you. The truth will set you free up. Your Eyes Open. Remove the slaves from your. I like a like a pall on the Damascus road. A knock you off your camel and you will baptize you. And you'll teleport and wake up to find yourself in some other place you'll go. I appeared somewhere else. You'll open your eyes up and go holy cow. We've been lied to an only the Audio Mullah only doug to naple. Monsanto told me this whole flu. Fake light flu men. If another virus comes along like half half they really blew it on this one. I think is a at least half of America. Next time they try to pull off some screw you not to this again. Yeah Yeah it's like. Oh they'll be like. Oh this is why two K two zero one K. Yeah we swear by. Your box is e and Michigan up because we swear this time it can't even legally by seeds Cimini cripes. What have we come to? This isn't an IB good though. We're getting you know. Just big government social you know the kind of being a Like you're getting a taste of something here that we know we don't want in. Hopefully it'll turn around our. There's one of two paths ally. There'd be once bitten twice shy. We'll we'll go. Kay never again. This is a kind of vaccine where they implant a little bit of social in his roll out program like the frog being boiled in water and we've been desensitized dearly and will be a little more co. I've never been more willing to engage in some kind of civil disobedience like in my life so I mean this like I've never even had that thought before I go out I would wear. And that's the man and you it or whatever but it's getting ridiculous that's the man in you we're gonNA candidate. We're going to have our own comic con and San Diego. Yeah we'll go to a cigar joint and hoad ads. We'll do a little tour will eat because I will eat myself nearly to death for you guys go down. The cards will force Mike to eat. We'll get burgers and fries and make you can make him do stuff. Let's go I'll make them make and then so have a big big fat burger make dessert and a coke? A sweet coke and just he'll probably shut down in a coma and then we'll go to have cigars and then we'll go get drunk at a bar together and we will meet in public and smoke cigars out on the streets not an allowance on the streets in civil disobedience will take going around for miles because all the left wearing they match people in the face on running over and bring guns bring guns. I WanNa see I'm GONNA put a bump stock on a twenty two pistol just for the fun of it. So yeah most offensive. When they will read the Scriptures all the offensive scriptures out loud nomad comes to the father but through. All right Gra I might make it. I don't know I'm I gotTA CHECK THE CALENDAR. Want to propose it's a new morning. There's a new order order order sixty nine. This is order. Seventy execute order execute intake going to answer some emails K. K. I've I've got I've categorized I'll give you some categories. We have questions on music We have a hollywoodish question Creationism and aliens. Okay all right so music. We have an audio question from a guy named Aaron was a bit long and then a girl and they Lindsey emailed and and girls always get priority and she was very concise. And I think it's pretty similar to errands question. I mean how can I use? Rice is trying to speak on chat. You listen to this is great. This is from Lindsey in accordance of the rules of email is stated by e than last week's episode one. I am a female fan. So that brings the tally up to. What six of us. It also makes me imminently qualified to serve as the Democrat. Party's vice presidents. I've heard that the only necessary qualification correct. So yeah she's a woman so she can be vice president Food I will refrain from mentioning how important to my childhood. Any of your work was never did and still does give me nightmares in three. The already makes you better than your innermost feelings on contemporary music services. And that's it. I think Aaron Wa was more cares about what we like and don't like increased music so it does kind of combine those two sure. Well I have a feeling I like the right contemporary Christian music. I'll be more than you do. So I'm usually and it could be because I'm I'm pretty angry and rebellious outside of the church but when I go in I submit myself to that culture and try not to judge it too much as long as it scriptural. I don't I just don't I don't care so I'm more worried about the church. Say Having a passive view on the scriptures or something that sets me on fire. But if you choose to do culturally bland or whatever music to get people emotionally involved with something and and that emotion works on me then. I'm okay with that. I don't turn it into objective moral truths or anything but I'm on board with just to me. It's just like happy and we're singing together and I'm okay with that so I I recognize that like the early church was probably just singing the psalms you know raw in like some Gregorian chant or some eastern mysticism China. Where they you know is probably one note or something over and over. I'd be okay without if we I'd roll without too. But if they WANNA do kind of rip off bar songs or three Chord Beatles or feel good seventies music and throw some Christian lyrics in there then. I'm okay with an unusually. I enjoy it pretty much. There's a couple of songs that are dogs if they don't have a good hook like either well written music or a. Welwyn emotional staying or a lyric that really twists and makes you feel You like wow. That was hilarious. Really agrees with me just making sure. Yes while our church doesn't okay but our church doesn't seem tend to sing those stupid ones. That are like I. I just really feel like this is where I need to be and whatever I feel about God and probably rivals like those yeah. We don't seem that old chestnut so I'm And you know. Music is an emotional form of art. So it really is supposed to make you moat and feel. Yeah sometimes I mean we've talked about this some already. I'm not I'm generally. It's not a moral judgment free. It is more of taste generally free so and I just try not to impose my taste and everybody else so I mean I. I'M NOT GONNA leave a church over its music. You know I just I like face. Set The song my leave over. Insane clown song now. They're saying now one. Some of the ones that drive me that craziest are during the Christmas season. They'll take these great you know like Oh come all you. Faithful or something These great old Christmas songs and then they add this like newbridge or chorus to it. That's all like super high and passionate and drives me crazy like it just like this. Isn't the song adding that you think you fix one of the greatest songs ever written and noise me so much? I stand there and just wait. I don't sing that part. Just as I find it so noxious note. I look around the room and I see like shot out. The holiest percentage. Everyone knows to either those like what is this. Where are you adding this the song I don't know that's it? But that's just a pet peeve. Okay Shoulda Shoulda. Shoulda worship leader though. Should they be doing what the audience wants or give them what they think they need? I mean isn't that their job is to give them what they need versus new. They want like enjoyed of the world. You've heard that they add that part of the world. Yeah and then they add that. Partly it around. It's like jaws you much joe overcome in flood of joy over me. His Co. is just so much dragging can't breathe and somebody call ambulance like that's like literally the part because like wasn't enough. I like that one song that kind of admits that were mediocre. It's like you know though we try hard with our songs and everything we make is garbage though. I have everything up the one who fixes everything. I kinda like that when when they're more. There's there's some worship song I F you tension year. Your grace fixes fixed. Yagi not really. I don't think he'd Valeria Gore and you'd be like you'd be worshiping you love Guar. Yeah well I if they wore armor they work cardboard armor unto the Lord. That would be awesome. I think a lot of it is from being a musician and being in a band. I've seen how the sausage is made. And how there's just certain tricks to me blading an audience and getting the energized that I just kind of see it as like it's a concert like it's a powerful thing but yeah it's kind of a way of like it's a dependable way of making and who. God created music so in some sense in some ways like that energy is from God. It's like you know it's his creation so there's something transcendent to it It can yeah. Yeah and the pastors doing the same thing in the congregations doing the same thing pastors a great public speaker and we all know A. A man who can speak the truth but as a terrible public speaker and then we all know of a great public speaker promotional like Joel Osteen and it is spears whatever and it's great when the two come together so the point is that the music it's not the music shouldn't have a hook or be or emotionally manipulated audience. It's round the more manufactured feeling things are throughout a church service. The less I'm therefore you know if everything's polished. He got your laser lights and every songs hidden every high note in harmony and like the pastors. This is amazing public speaker. That's just hitting every note and this just feels like it feels like Barnum and Bailey. Circus like every single step is figured out. Yeah Yeah it's the show all to pull camera cue. The camera come into China. Slow slow in at the end of the message that I loved and I even know if they're congress if there what they're anything of any issues the logical but I used to go to the Church of Christ in Oregon City because they just sing out of a hymnal acapella. Yeah I love instruments. Some of know. Mike's just so they'll see hymnals. Amazing army sounds so great. We're not focusing on some guy up there with this cool hairdo whatever like it's just the church's singing together. It's like man I love. I love away more. You did get rid of the musician in the Church of Christ which is the most obnoxious member of any church. There's still there all the musician. There's like you ever heard of an art. Never heard of an art ministry either in a Church of Christ so the guy. There's no dance ministry two kinds. This is why they're obnoxious. Because you know the moment you it's it's like being a a insanely attractive woman and walking COMECON. If you're a musician you walk in a church and you know the I'll either on you if you look like a musician going we gotta get this again escapes playing guitar every single Sunday morning. So if she was especially if he's like attractive and cool looking so musicians that don't want to be playing music every Sunday morning and being used for their abilities. Onstage constantly will dress in normal garb. They'll go incognito to church because they don't want because they're they're trying not to get noticed so probably a church a crisis all sorts of yeah. I remember Is to go to church with the Bass player from social distortion. John Our he would. You would just dress normal congregation. He didn't come and draw comics every Sunday morning on the stage that would ruin. That would ruin church. I'm GonNa Start The draw minister. It's my gift. It's a gift. All men were all blessed with some things. Men have prophecy that is they predict the future. An predict God's doom the mouthpiece of guy and some of us go onstage and the thing is I was there. I was a worship leader. So You know a lot of young worship leaders. They're just excited in front of audience playing music into them. It's kind of a replacement for being in a rock band on stage and I think it takes a certain level of maturity for a worship leader to be kind of like. This isn't about me at all. This is about The congress the other and It's hard to find that and it's hard to find a worship leaders that are in that place because a lot of worship leaders are pretty young and their music is their whole life. Yeah well I'll I'll take a guy that's in it for his long as he's singing the right thing. Yeah because I I don't get it and if it's full of truth because we if I go to a great wrong under if you go to a great bluegrass thing you'll sit there and then you WanNa plot it's guy pulls off ray for that. The different talk about. Yeah Yeah you're above it all about What are some Christian bands? He likes it so they don't go. Well the ones that I don't like probably I haven't even heard of so the the ones I do like. I love all the old ones from when I was in high school. The ones that were very important to shaping my faith so one of them is Steve Taylor. Who's kind of this new wave Bowie? Funny theologically a amazing way ahead of his time on liberalism like shredded. Steve Taylor and then the other one is D- Daniel Amos or Terry Taylor. So the two tailors in my life. Terry Taylor who did music for us all the time. He was in a band called Daniel Amos that and they didn't they did everything from new wave to grunge rock and they just had fund. Their account dated country mayor just because of the lyrical content. The music was hooky full of Hook and then the lyrics really taught me a lot. gave me a lot of my kind of take on life of creativity and and really seeking the one true. God I just and Larry. Norman was big. Randy Hill. Was Big Bob. Dylan's Christian albums were big to me. And then I'm trying to think if there's anything else I did. I did buy the kind yeah album last year. That's something recent and the one song I think it's called Sela for the first two songs on it where he starts quoting scripture. I really enjoyed it. I jog to it like did I go. Yeah con you. That's a Hokey Cokey. Little piece or you might chick-fil-a hip hop garbage. I like it all I can think of is like how beautiful Kim Kardashian is girl who became famous for basically making a the church. Pammy I mean I have the ones that I don't listen to a lot of them anymore. But there were definitely bands at a huge impact on me. Five Iron Frenzy Craig's brother who's kind of like a quiz ACS Christian band but a lot of old tooth and nail bands. I was very influenced by those kind of underground Christian Music Now I expect that they are using Princeton but str- stretch Armstrong. Here like metal. Trying to think pedro the lion who renounced his faith. Some of his songs were very. Yeah he did in Renton Linka link of a lot of still seeing him but he decided There's Jesus just God or something like that or he isn't believing Christie left Christianity. Yeah he's allowed. Don't let the door hit whereas it made me gravitate towards bluegrass was. There's A. There's it's just accepted to be Christian in that culture. There's no divisions it's not like I'm a Christian bluegrass band. Sure so there's nowhere as little. There's no way shoulder this. Everybody is or isn't turn their mics or whatever it's just accepted to be or not be in the so very outspoken. The yeah he'll spend your hero ricky skaggs. He's pretty. That's one reason I kind of gravitated towards I got sick of that. Divide like Within rock and stuff and it was. The division was really big and like the early two thousand late nineties. It was a massive. I don't know if it's quite as it's changed now to where Christian music I don't think that Christian bands are doing Christian version of this in the Christian version of that anymore that was kind of a movement for a while. Now it seems it's mostly the worship. He C C M bands. That are doing the the all the songs that are becoming the the new the new hot worship Song in Church guys like you know hill song this all. These people like basically being socialist now so and then Christians are so domino like okay. I you know it's weird. Is I think the farther the more socially liberal your art form as the bigger deal. It is to come out as Christian because bluegrass. That's like right wing that's redneck so so it's okay to be a Democrat or a Republican or a Christian atheist in that because it's more it's more about the art form itself but then as soon as you get into a certain music style or like if you're in the fine arts and not just like the practical arts if you're in the yeah. I can't do that. A Christian fine artist is a big thing. Yeah Christian Palm Star Cristian brandings of doesn't make you stand out. He's a he's a scientist. Who a creationist and suddenly it's news because he's you know dad. Well you know. There is an artist named Kelly. Joe Phelps and I don't know if you guys are heard him but he plays amazing finger picking slide guitar. He's not fill family. I love those guys he actually. He's from Portland and I was just flew. We had a drought there The last six hours of show. We just did. You're talking on my computer. Jiggled end It it stopped working so so I'll start I just for the whole time talking about Kelly. Joe Phelps which is a super obscure artists. Nobody knows about so. This summit outlay. Sandy confessed his deepest darkest San in thought word or deed feeling that Guy Guitar playing Kelly. Joe Phelps slide guitarist picking all right okay. Sure so Well are. We don't have time for the question should we? Yeah Don yet. Yeah I think we're pretty far So Yeah Sad. Mike couldn't make it but We bikes on to us. What could he be doing today would either be doing hopefully participating in some kind of a protest march? Maybe doing protest test here in Nashville are then. I wish I'd which I wish I could've gone. Yeah I should've gone there. Because that's that's always going to be a hoot and Nashville man. Yeah like in Michigan. They had the big car drive in protests. Everyone's in their cars honking surrounding Kathy should get out of their cars and socialized. Some is interesting because they were like the state is trying to keep you from touching another human being. Just think about it America. Don't be stupid think about it about these people. Okay so go back to work. Go Go back to work. Lose THE MASK GROW. Pero balls show little confidence show that America. There's a beating hard left in this country or concede your country and turn it over to the Caesar you should and if you're walking down the street and you see somebody else you should kick them in the balls. Should tackle him and just love on trying to take everything like extreme so that we're on the same wavelength if someone tells you be subtle and Good Echo. Extreme automatically say no. You're not in charge of me. Yeah and then bite their face. Yeah can't myself on you like butter on toast? I don't care if you're an ugly man it's comforting and if you if you're offended in you punch me that's good too. There's been audio mullet audio Nevada Neo and do the one two three clap on four. Yes Yup Yup. I'll go first strategy. One two three. That was that was. GonNa be like one two three. Maybe we'll faster you like a lot of space unless it's skipping really weird try KLOPP on four one. Two three one two three. Oh you're going to do with me. I did it with you. Okay Man. It's really delay demand. It is all right as crazy like I clapped and I just stared at you for like three seconds. And then you clapped. I think we're about three seconds off US pretty late on mine too. I'm going to AIN'T GONNA turn video off just to try to save some bandwidth. Save some life okay. I can't let me look either when recording anyway so WHO's singing. San Me my turn yeah oriented where we are and what we're doing is really what this is really bad okay. Why is that when you talk? It's like he's like Eric Garner also makes you catch up I mean like slows down and speeds up. Because it's trying to stay with it was gonNA make the best of it. Yeah just give each other time to PA. Just take a pause and so I mean. It's already paused so answer fast K. I make I try to make sure that my audio mullet interfere at the family at all so it doesn't become any cattleman issue otherwise it could be could not be doing it and I have to this kind of even right now I just kind of I frame it as I wanNA. I WANNA PHONE CALL. Doug though 'cause I keep it in the hobby category so that it doesn't ever infringe it's even below the Hobby Catholic. I put here at the mercy of your son's appetite from four right if I did anything that was at the mercy of my kids appetite for four and I it would just be automatic. It's the thing is that because he's he's on with all his buddies right now like they're all you know they can blast together so heaven forbid break into a bunch of what is it. That's that's like that's a smile on a dog within as anybody else seeks tomorrow plumbing. Meaning but my kids. They're having a meeting now. It'd be different early something really. It's not that I would happily disappoint my children. Who Will the the the friction would cause with my wife that he doesn't want to interrupt the council of Trent over their words? The United Nations are meeting. If I'm coming in and ruining everybody's Day in the house and then I walked back out here and hide and do my my podcast once. The podcast is over. I'm going to walk back into a very bad place. Now I know Doug you have a boldness about you or you would walk in and do that and be fine. I'm not I can't do that. I live in a bad place. You're in your office so much.

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"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one, I told you it'd be a good first half of the show, and now the second half lots of hot news talk we get into a deep, televangelist discussion, and some editing going on in Russia. All places for rocket man. I let me tell you about teen counseling dot com. Connect, your thirteen to nineteen year old with a licensed, professional counselor where they spend their time on their smartphone starts with a short questionnaire to help them understand your teen and their needs. Then you're matched with an available therapist start communicating within twenty four hours, you can review their credentials and directly communicate with the counselor to make sure it's good fit easy and free to change. If you're one another counselor, and I think another one's needed or be more effective more forcible than traditional. Counseling and financial aid is available. You gotta take care of your, your head everybody. A lot going on in this society, you work out. Now, let's, let's do what's for sitting on the shoulders up there. Visit team counseling dot com slash Corolla and help your team take charge of the mental health Adam Curle show listeners get ten percent off the first month at teen counseling dot com slash Corolla. Gene. All those crazy, for, gene. Grant trouble. The news with gene, gene. The news with Gina grad, so there is a video that was really making the rounds over the weekend, things got heated between televangelist Kenneth Copeland and inside additions. Lisa Guerrero, recently, when she confronted the preacher, who is about to board his new Gulfstream v private jet that he purchased from Tyler Perry about a common he made about refusing to fly on commercial airlines, the whole thing's eleven minutes, but I just got two very short clips here was his first response to the question. Again, getting back to the comment, you said that you don't like to fly commercial because you don't want to get into a tube with a bunch of demons. Do you really believe that human beings are deemed that ever say, I did he's terrifying? So then a weird grimace after the exactly he, he goes from from terrifying. Piercing is to this just butter melting smile. So after he calmed, down a little this. Beck. And you know it's weird. Steady finger not a scariest trembling finger even though trembling finger, maybe palsy, or elderly, or whatever, but it's still shaking that means anything could happen, five seconds, straight finger. That guy's in good shape, but not gonna happen. Yeah. You might have a quipped his fingers laser tips. Like we have no idea, right? Yeah. Dasan. This is his answer. He gave for flying private people. Love people. Jesus loves people. But people get pushed in alcohol. Do you think that a good place for a preacher to be and prepare to go preach to a lot of people when somebody in their dragging? Some woman done a now it made me so mad to see that on television. I wanted to punch the guy out myself I can't be doing that, while I'm getting ready to preach. Well, probably happens on less commercial for someone trag down, and I'll buy drunk or something, right? It goes on. Concern. Yeah. Rates you would expect at the time to happen. He talks about calls, her baby calls, sweetie prays with her yells at her, and he, he drops Tyler Perry's name a lot, which I think, Tyler Perry would probably want to distance himself his net worth of seven hundred sixty million dollars. That's more than me, an weird out combine. That's a tragedy. Sadly, a lot of that's Christie's. Grandma. Foresee passed away. She she was a heavy donor to the Kenneth Copeland really inner later years, I actually very sweet. Very, very nice manner later, she got into. Televangelist Copland, and would send him large money. Well, he thanks for her service because he's flying pretty nice. What, what you think they went? I was never told an amount. All I know it was, it was enough that I think, someone had a conversation with her. At some point you know what I mean. Harridan didn't match. I there was like a trusted, Larry all her mother. And it was it was about a month. I am fascinated by many of the things that are still going on in two thousand and nineteen. And televangelism is one of those thing you thought if you would ask me in two thousand and four so it's going to be around in two thousand twenty. No. Now they don't even call it that now they call it prosperity preaching do brand. So this is basically a religious version of a lottery ticket, which is long as there's poor desperate. People. More people doesn't mean no money. It means I want more money and I got a dream, and this is the way I'm going to get it. So I'm gonna watch these guys and give them some money or I'm going to buy, California, scratch, or the governments of money. But either way you take comments, poorest people, and you pray on that. Well, yeah. And a lot of these televangelist say every. Every dollar equals a prayer. You have ten dollars people now. Yeah. You must screw up every once in a while, like you have leukemia prey on you four you. Over the next not on near you near you. Pray on could I have some money by the way, but up rate Cill yield chair, and gave me some money, I pray on four. Yeah. Pray for you. Yeah. Now. Escape. Look, I'm he's got seven this more than Tyler Perry. 'cause I'm still more angry Tyler Perry for the media stuff used jet to. I don't know who's on top in that respect. Oh, yeah. He's a Tyler Perry's about six hundred million take that, wow. Siler. Wow. Can't get a fair shake in this world man hundred million needs to start a religion. Yeah. See. So we do have some breaking jeopardy news. Hold on. I was watching the Bob Marley dock and now it's been a while, but you know, how my theory is a lot of religion sort of breaks down. What would a bunch of dudes come up with, like, well, you know, you you're like, well women, we can't work on this day and women work, and they take care of us, and we can take as many wives or lovers as we want. But if they take if they hold some stranger's hand, we can stone them too doesn't sound like there's a lot of women in the room when this when this is going down, you get the roster far in religion and it's like we smoke leaf all day. And the women were we play soccer and the drive time. That's the way it worked you break down some of the tens of that. Definitely some dudes that one it was a little more pot Centric. We still do kind of going to be like from there. Right. James Hall tower. Everybody knows that name them jeopardy. Oh, that guy the guy on the winning streak. I, I didn't even want to bring this up when I read this this morning because it had been leaked, but now it's officially out the shows running. It's already aired all over the country. So his reign is over. Deadspin reminds us that in reality he lost a long time ago since the shows taped blocks in months fans, but the Monday broadcast shows it is over going into Monday's show. He had one thirty two straight games set several single game records. He earned two point four almost two point five million. That was just under Ken Jennings. All-time regular fifty eight fifty eight thousand below Ken. I'm not sure if this is accurate. But would you guys give up ten percent of your pot? To say you knocked off Ken Jennings. Like when somebody was you backing beta. Data. I mean, the reason he didn't continue or they didn't continues because someone beats them, right? All right. So you're like, you know, people are talking about Ken Jennings, and being the baths and this and that. And the other. Yeah. Okay. I mean I made short work of also. But anyway, yeah. Of course. I mean it's just sound cool, right? That you're Buster Douglas. I guess he was tough. And I took them out if you want twenty thousand dollars day, would you give up a percentage just say, you'd be Ken Jennings? Ten years. The guy can't Jennings. You could say that anyway. Like it would take someone fact checking you two point also like what difference is an extra thousand dollars gonna make in your life over the course of your life. You can carry that Ken Jennings thing with you forever. Ooh. Here's Ken Jennings should what he should be doing. He should be entering local taco eating competitions and things like that. And then you just say you're the guy knocked him off. But you leave the whole Matt food out of it. Yeah. Yeah. He came around sat made sure he became Jennings. That's right. Taco eating or what the circumstances are. Signed affidavit weekend, say he's better that you serve. Find the final clue was easy enough that everyone got it but Holtz. Our didn't wait. You're enough to win. And it made me think of you Adam because this guy's all about strategies a poker player that, that's how he's been dominating. And he wagered so little at the end, it was almost like he was just ready to tap out. That's just my glue. You wanna watch it? We have the clip. The clue for you. The line, a great reckoning in a little room in as you like it is usually taken to refer to this author's, premature death seconds. Good lung Chow ser. No, no, no, no. The roads come to you, I started slowly, I know this. No. You wound up the guy who did the guy who sold his soul to the devil. I got killed in a bar. Right. Yeah. Who is in Shakespeare in love with our low moral -gratulations. Thank you. Also that girl, which is pretty good. And you came up with who is Marlow Christopher Marlowe. You are correct, sir. And you will add six thousand that bumps you up to seventeen thousand you're hoping for bad things. Incorrect responses from our champion, end from Emma over to James. Now he had twenty three thousand four hundred and his response was correct. His wager. A modest one for the first time that takes him to twenty four thousand six hundred ninety nine to be. So am I it's up to you? If you came up with the correct, we're going to be the new jeopardy by chanted you, you? A dollar. Oh, god. Twenty. Oh, god. China tap out kind of I do believe a lot of in life of what you get your sort of responsible for, like, it's my short of like divorced, like wive is having an affair with my secretary my wife found my phone. Where was it was on her pillow? Like it was up by the screen person. Actually made her right? Yeah. It's like airdrop on that for guy who was playing the game and batting allot doing all that was leading or second place, and they're small tires, usually they go more obvious. Like hi, mom. Or it's been fun. But yeah, he went real small that's over. So what was this total? Fifty is two million four hundred sixty two thousand two hundred sixteen but he beat Kim now he's just under can by fifty eight thousand four hundred eighty four dollars another round. Done done it. I let me hit. Lifelock alert social security imposter scam babe, a lookout for this stuff scammers spoof. You're caller ID making it look like the social security administration is calling a say your social security security number has been suspended because of suspicious activity or was used in a crime. There are so many ways cybercriminals can take what's yours and your personal Infos out there. It's exposed someone could use it to commit an identity theft crime. Steal your stuff. God knows thieves are lazy. You don't think of them that we think of him as bad, but think laziest, what stay at home and hack. All your stuff. I don't wanna get bit by dog and break in your house. Good thing lifelock. Identity theft protection adds power Norton security to protect against threats. You may not see on your own could be on your devices. And if there's a problem, there agents will work to fix it, right? Dawson prevent all identity theft or cybercrime monitor transactions at all businesses. But. Lifelock Norton security see threat you on your own. Go to lifelock dot com or call winning lifelock and use promo code Adam for ten percent. First year, promo code Adleman. Lifelock dot com or one hundred lifelock for ten percent off the question. Real quick. Yeah. They're really probably the only guy, they can't make an Austin powers movie with besides Mike Myers getting awesome powers movie anytime. I haven't heard anything. Did you hear some time? I heard nothing. I'm asking you. I haven't heard anything is Mike Myers weird, or I've never been able to get a good take on that guy. I can't tell I so here my thoughts. I got like chimp Kerry, Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, like these guys are comedic genius, but they feel Centric, not like will Ferrell different in. There's something different about him. Only mean bad way, but I mean I had an incredible experience with them. I was huge fan of his from SNL Wayne's world. And when we got to work together, he was incredibly cool, and generous and went out of his way to make me feel included, and make sure that I got. Got compliments that he was given like made a point of calling me to tell me that the press was responding to the movie, and I don't know. Man. He was he's just always been great to me. So I didn't find him to be too strange found. I'm really accessible and cool. But I think when you achieve such significant things you become a little more picky about what it is. You put out, you know, showing up in bohemian rhapsody is kind of a cool nod to Wayne's world, right, showing up in inglorious bastards. Right. You know, I think it's like MacAulay Culkin where he could just sort of pick and choose what it is he wants and he's, he's not obligated to play the same game that anyone else's gonna game. Didn't he do that game show where he was completely character? Did the gun show that was that was me seem so strange? But then you see it and it's like this incredibly deep character piece indigo him. Right. Well. Talk about a yes, I did not. So weird. But back, Jim Carey when they do those stories where it's like he spent seven hours in the makeup chair to do the grant every single day show, put four I am and he'd being that make up Chad. I'd be like I'm out. I'm out. I'm rich in them out. But those guys that do it from, like from Tim curry to Eddie Murphy where, you know, physical makeup, like that is, is just a way to really completely embody a character. And anytime I wear any kind of costume, or makeup find it, it helps me become a character more convincingly. I get it. I just I if I'm doing a talk show, and then when she in the makeup of twenty minutes. Come on. Let's make it ten years, the spray thing would you? Please. I'll do my hair. But I mean you hear about hours every morning. And by the way, the mornings are early. Everyone starts at eight so you wanna be in full makeup. You'd better get their four. I've done a couple of projects where I had to do a significant makeup process, and it was always challenging. But when you're in it the effect is arguable. So as performer it just gives you an extra leg up in getting into character. Yeah. Anytime they go well ahead to breathe through a straw awhile, when they're doing the casting. I'm out. I'm not. You know, there's some dirty work to get the effect. I imagine it's like rebuilding a car. The car starts is junked up piece of crap and you have to do all of this busy work that takes a long time and can be really uncomfortable their filthy and at the end of it, you've got a vehicle that runs in the way that you want so finally somebody making analogy, but you can't tell a Mexican to get a makeup chair at four and I'll be tapping out about eight AM. That's the problem that's the car. Now, you fall short unless a stunt double take that. The photo. Yeah. All right. What else are we got a major upset in the heavyweight division on Saturday? Anthony Ruis junior defeated, the formerly undefeated, Anthony Joshua in the heavyweight championship fight at MSG. Ruis was a nine to one underdog. It was a substitute for Joshua's initial opponent. I imagine this was a pretty big deal to you. You people over the weekend. Well, you people. Access to build love to champion for dad bonds everywhere. And the, the thing about Joshua is he's built his physique is freakish. He's a freak eight six six, you know, you see guys that are built, sometimes they're like gymnasts size, you don't see guys that are six six six seven with freakish builds, he's got the freakish bills, that guy who beyond dad bot. Like when you when you have side Titi when you have side Titi is do. That's beyond dad von. He's got side, Titi calling Bundy, mid Kito. But it came in with this destroyer short. So I don't know. That's that's gonna win that should have been on the back after. Unlimited Testino platter. No, he he he's got like side and everything. But so I've always said, this, the guys all the time, which is stop looking at the guys physique all the time when it comes to athletic endeavors. And also. There's a genetic thing going on the Mexican fighters are just smoother guys in, in general think he's the first Hispanic heavyweight, but even when you, you go to the heavyweight division, and you look at, like, Cain, Velasquez and UFC. And then you take a look at. God Francis, and then gone you or whatever, and it's like one guy just looks like an action figure and the other guy looks kind of smooth. And if you're like bedding you've just go bet on that guy looks like an action figure, but that's not how the fighters turns out it all, which is insane. It's weird and we get polluted from watching movies, every time you watch a boxing movie that guy's wrecking machine in the big, big muscles, and everything it helps but historically, you know, even back to the seventies like Muhammad Ali was not the guy the biggest build Ken Norton was Mike Weaver, and these guys who were built like Donna ses and they just couldn't get it done at a certain point. It actually hurts. I think it's like you to muscular and there's too much blood pumping. You're big arms, or whatever it is, for whatever reason they just can't get it. Can't get it done. But this, this is an extreme because Anthony Joshua. Is chiseled, granite? And andy. Ruis is exceptionally sloppy for professional athlete. Now joshua. Looks like he's in the magic Mike show in Vegas. And the other guy looks like he could be Santa Claus without padding. That's, that's right. Well said, yeah, I watch a little bit. Yeah. I saw it. He's just he's just he's just moving toward him. And he's destroying shorter rounder punches and your your length. You're giving by the way hit on the hit on the back of the head. I've been hit on the back of the head hard. And in a boxing ring a number of times. Everyone looks for the punch on the chin or on the nose or in the face back of the head. Is that a rabbit punch? Yes. Librium is screwed up for days. That's the knockout spot in literally every movie or television show. You just like make hard karate. Doc. Right out. Right. All right. What else we radar online reports that Artie Lang is struggling right now that he's locked up in a New Jersey jail for failing to abide by the rules of court mandated drug program, so Cording to an insider, the fifty one year old hasn't been sleeping. He suffering from complications related to diabetes. He was originally arrested for heroin and cocaine possession in March twenty seventeen. I was just listening to a plastic surgeon on Rouge show, talking about reconstructing his nose, which he will do, but he will not do it until he's put together year sobriety, because if it goes back the, the work is just going to be destroyed. Drug use. Yeah. Now, he did not it's still unclear as to why he still in jail and kind of what happened this time. But it said he was non compliant with the program. He was in a how to be, you know, we don't like jail for drug abusers. But it's a lifesaver many instances and in this instance, I think this is going to save his guys live. He's just gotta be locked up. He can't. He can't do it on his own. I mean he said, so many failed attempts. That's tough. You just want to give them a hug like he's longtime. Good guy, clearly just dealing with his own thing. And it's it's it's impossible to make anybody do anything they've got to be able to do with themselves. Well, and he's even when he's called in before he was pretty vulnerable. And like, yeah, I hope it works out. I'm trying like I trust me. I'm pulling for me more than anybody. He's on the rent. Mount Rushmore guys you root for the eyes of refunding everyone loved him. And he was always great. And you want, you know, he's kind of. He's kind of a norm. Donald in that norm is another super funny guy who does have a substance abuse problem. But he's hard to get that guy going in that direction or to come by people when he's been on the show everyone's it doesn't drive. So I'm like, I'll teach you how to drive. We'll blow up the internet. We'll just put a bunch of cameras. Yeah. The Nissan leaf and I'll teach you how to drive stick him on a manual put him in the hand. So anything like yeah. All right. And every once year like I go, let's do it. I'll just come over to your place. We'll get the car and jump in teach you how to dry and I going to do that. Come on. Man tweets every day. And you social media now. Hey, yeah. But first off would be lucrative. I think we could get paid you could you could get a lot legit sponsors for it. He's just to you can't wrangle him hot. To wrangle. So in one day, even though he's done a ton of great material the research. There's so much more. They're the same with already like already done comedy and five years, or whatever it feels like anyway, sorry. Well, the Elton John bio pic. Rocket man has been sliced, and diced, by Russian media company, which sites. The country's homosexual propaganda law for doing it five minutes of men kissing all removed this outrage. Filmmakers, I saw the movie on. Can't wait a think a loved the five minute gay love making scene. On gay lovemaking. Yeah. This graphic behind the candelabra owes more graphic for sure as graphic as any men on women love making scene in, like modern. Reload. They making seize back in the eighties TVD's something like that. But like now it's pretty sanitize. It's, it's about as good as it gets. Well, the Russians are not down, and it's outraged Elton. He says we reject in the strongest possible terms, the decision to pander to local laws and censor rocket man for the Russian market a move. We were unaware of until today. The Russians also moved a slide before the credits Elton and his husband and their kids, a similar thing happened. Remember during bohemian rhapsody in China. They took out a few things. Nineteen. Campus adopted kid. Yeah. Family can just use this as sort of a measuring stick as to what countries we can deal with. And what countries we can't do that. So many I'd say I'd say that. But we're pushing some pretty backwards ideology across our country right now too. Yeah, but we're not that. I mean that's bad. We're not that, and it's a, it's a it's a kind of a Mason Dixon line. Get really Dix. But there's one this is the one thing all these countries agree on gay bad. Right. Like they have many different thoughts about many different things, but they do agree on, on this, and it's sort of where we would have been at some years. We're like everyone was there. So there's it's not like well culturally this and culturally that because China and Russia are pretty far apart culturally, it's evolved versus not evolve, so making laws and legislation that prevents people from being together or loving who you wanna love. Yeah. The saying if you if you took a look at a certain, you know, you could argue that with pot or maybe even legalized prostitution like if you go to some of these countries in Europe go, they have prostitution, but it's regulated. It's whatever. And they have the have marijuana bars. You could go through and you go all right there, head of us. Like so there it's an Volve -ment. It's not pot versus gay versus prostitute. It's a sort of general evolve men and maybe the Netherlands is above us, and maybe China and former Soviet Union below. Oh us. But it'd be nice. If they just sort of looked at don't you? You know, it's like it's like we had drinking fountains for black and white. And then at some point, we went how long's that gonna last like not a good plan? And we kind of pushed past it shouldn't be a goal. Now. It'd be nice. It's funny that you met Russian given that speech. It's funny that you mentioned that about prostitution and we'd going to Amsterdam because I didn't bring this in, because I didn't think it mattered. But now that you say that there was an article today. Think CNN that Amsterdam would like us all to leave. It is over all the tourists. It's their over running the cities and the and the neighboring cities because we're also fascinated with the weed and the prostitutes and all that stuff like us to knock it off. Well, my rebuttal the Amsterdam, I've walked at red light district, and I've seen some of those ladies in the window, and they're taking up a lot of glass, these days that ain't what I had mine when I was in high school. So I don't know if I took a wrong turn Dawson you were with me Ryan, we went was some of the. You don't hit the Dacia gotta go. Yeah. We hit the fake crowd. That was that was tough plot man. But we must have walked down the husky alley or something. But there some rough chicks, it was rough. I wasn't even sure. Easy fix for all the windows in on the red light district. Funny, funny glass just curve is just a little bit. Hotter. Nineteen year old runaway Chevron that's going to be easier. The funny Glasser finding runaway. I don't know, but this ugly American kept walking and in a hurry pace. Dawson. You're with me we're like we're I we're, we're angry angry about the hall. We had gave us hall. It's basically sand. Honey, in it all the Netherlands, it's Middle Eastern. I think was distracted against the fat chicks, and the red light district. But anyway, we, we have our own prostitutes here and they're, they're much better shape. They don't look like Andy Ruiz, thank you. So Forbes has announced that Jay z Hispanic heavyweight. I think damn well, look Mexicans love boxing, but they're like, middleweights. They're just not heavyweights in the had a couple along the way that got closed. But this is their first Spanich heavyweight. That's a big deal under one for group that loves boxing. Forbes announced Jay z is the first billionaire rapper the rappers also streaming music mogul, a sports management company owner. And of course, beyond say husband. So here's a breakdown of the various businesses that Jay z Shawn Carter either has stakes in or owns seventy million in Uber. His ownership of the streaming service title. Seventy million hits, seventy million dollars, art collection. His ownership of the rock nation sports management company in holdings, reloaded into the wealth redistribution. But I would be for rich people not being allowed to marry other super rich poor. Yeah, I have what she's worth if you'd like to see this is this is a crime by so rich just get together and it's you know. I like them together. I like him together to, but money, bang, her on the side and get one of those chicks in the window and Amsterdam and Mary, her make a difference because. She didn't change her her her bracket. No, she got she's three hundred fifty five million. What's belly billion with all of his other holdings? So, by the way, if this sounds weird because I know I'm going to get tweeted about this back in two thousand fourteen music mogul. Dr dre claim that he was the first hip hop billionaire. But because he sold beats remember when that thing went through, but after taxes, it pushed him just under a billion didn't actually make the cut. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Let me hit Tommy, John, and then we'll do one more quick draw fly safe skies two hundred and seventeen minutes fumbling per year. It's been documented, so, whether it's your dad, your brother, your husband, give the gift of comfort this year. Father's day. Tommy, John lightweight breathe -able fabric, beautiful beautiful outdoorsy. Prince perfect for dad exclusive Father's Day gift sets featuring lounge wear peril and additional underwear styles stuffs, the best everything they make is great. 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There is video it is gross. You're welcome to shock the oysters are just I think they're just shoveling them in. And it is hard to watch. I can't watch it. No, no, no. Disgusting. Anyway. Not that I'm comparing two but he he better go down on his wife. At least once a week because he has no excuses at this point viewer pretend. That, that's just sort of slightly melted ice cream. It's a little bit. Dali's dripping clocks. So he ain't forty four dozen oysters in the competition and guess how much he won. Remember, we're talking billion. We're talking three hundred thirty five million beyond say he went to grand well, the guy really needs to pay as the route service come out to the trailer back home and get out the snake the following morning. And that's the story, the place if there's ten dudes up there, and they each average, what thirty eight dozen oysters each. There's got to be a few battle wasters in there the first number so hard. And then you had dozen to the end of it. I'm just lying. I'm so out. Yeah. Thirty eight oh doesn't. I never I still don't get it. I know everyone tells me. The basket is slide. Swallow? And I'm like, why are we on an island and we need susidies like nowhere to Red Lobster and Seino? Okay. We'll give me the group the halibut if they're so great. Then why people say, oh, you cover it should sauce and lemon. You won't even know the difference. Then why am I eating your hundred ride the only can deal with the taste of stories to cover it in horseradish Tabasco, and all just super pungent flavours? Yeah. Horseradish and the Tabasco or sort of the maritime version of bacon, bacon, Selanne based liver. Oh, yeah. Wrap it in bacon. And then you'll kind of. A kind of tastes like bacon now, right? Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So every time I have somebody telling me that, although maybe it's the culinary version of the wire where you go. I haven't seen. Oh. Specifically like they made it for me, and then I never. You would love the wire. Like I feel way I don't want always, you know you got you'd love it. It's great. It's the best. It's like I don't know if it's the best outcome. No one ever takes it to work for. I mean. And then get delivered sitting everything. And then at a certain point, you just slide it you just. Chris likes, there's no, of course he does. Maybe maybe people just enjoy the process. I'm I'm in that oyster line half the time you're in the caviar line, they're close to their next to each other. The finer thing you do eat the tail of the shrimp, as well. Which I enjoy, I know I know you give me all your take Pat to eat, you get shrimp. And then when you're done, you just feed them. The tale a sale. Yeah. No, no waste. The blues brothers the animal. Yeah. Where are you on oysters? My okay. Well agreement. I'm not I'm glad Jones seafood, I have a couple of allowances, but most of it is not. I don't like it. You know, Stu worse to worst is I've kind of grown into some laps there some shrimp and stuff like that. But and I was always just into. Yeah. I'll have a piece of salmon, or something like that. But when I shared an office with The Danny two sheets Kelsen, Jimmy Kimmel their idea of seafood was taking peer pylon in scraping it onto their plate. Like there's there's, you know, sort of missionary version of seafood. That's my version, seafood. And then there's drying rate, which is what those guys you're just weird snails and stuff. They all we love it. We love it. I'm like, how can you love it? It's a salty mess. Oh, more squid ink on that. Why what we've just been sifting, the bottom of this trench and now I've got a lunch. Right. But I do notice that some people get a little more momentum when you go. Yeah. What is that? Yeah. See a little more straighten straightforward. Yeah. I'm then challenged by food. Well, I'll tell you everything else, just tastes, super, salty and has Brian e and has a weird texture to it. That's my take on the deep cuts. Some people love exactly that thing that turns me off about food is exactly what someone who's pushing it on me loves the most. Yeah. The very thing. Yeah. Yeah, it's like somebody hawked alluding your mouth and then put Tabasco on your tongue. Then it's just the way they spend it can either be like, yeah, it was just like they hooked lewd, your could be like exactly like that. That's the best. And also it's twice as much as the fish and chips, would enjoy the shit out. Right. Absolutely. All right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. That was the news with Gina grad. Sklar brothers coming on our own great. They're such nice guy, so fun. It's weird that they're both equally funny, and nice, one of good cop bad tonight. So I'm not going to say which. Glasses. 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Welcome to a brand new episode of good sports, Dave damage here, Adam Corolla over there as we jumped in on who sunny boy's rooting for in the NBA finals. We have the puck is nearly wrapped up between the Bruins and the blues and one thing that occurs to me are a couple of things as a matter of fact that occurred to me about the traditions of, of big time sports is have you ever noticed in college basketball, and it's a cool tradition to when a team goes to the final four or wins wins the championship. They get the ladder out and they all cut. The net down the coach gets up there. It's very Galateri and everybody gets a piece, and everybody gets to cut everybody contributed to it NBA. Why don't they do that? Why don't they do the nut cutting, it's such a cool, wouldn't you want? If you won the NBA title. Yeah, here's my little. Piece of the net. My little memory. Why do. Why would they cut that off in in college? Not the pros. I don't know. Maybe they do a ceremonial version of it. Like I was forced to do with my kids. I'm Bill cord in the locker room. The same thing I should be doing that hospital right now. Always are you mazed at the lack of information in the day of information like with computers and emails, and text, like, how like I was watching somebody was sending me things said, oh, Matt Damon, who's playing Carroll. Shelby in the Ford versus foreign movie. He went on a lap with Mario Andretti at the Indy five hundred in the two seater formula, car that IndyCar blah, blah, blah. And I was like, oh, yeah, I did that for the Indy, five hundred a couple years ago. And when I walked up to the car there, like what helmet size are you? And I was like, I don't know I have a helmet at home, but I don't know what size it isn't. He's like, oh, I wonder we have one fit, and I'm like, I don't know feel like we work this out an Email months ago. Like there could have been some discussion on gimme your helmets is not true. You would think. It would be an exact exacting requirement. Not not like close enough getting the cargo in two hundred. Yeah, I could've looked inside one of my helmets and found the tag that said what size it was. But I just feel like information is kept kind of weirdly in close to the vest came here. What we're talking about. The umbilical cord they -bility do it to dozen times daily. There's not some STAN, there's not some when you go to the public PU there's a list of seven things that you can and can't do, but in the in the delivery room, there's not just a standard is like, hey, careful before you grab them, scissors, make sure you get it in the sweet spot. If we go up too high, you're gonna have an Audi and you're going to be the playing. Well, the thing they don't tell you is, you're not cutting them Bill cord, as, you know, it, you're cutting it in a ceremonial Fash, and five feet to the other side of the bed, and some sort of ribbon cutting ceremony like, sort of, like, you know, the mayor in the GM of the new plant earn a three piece suit turning over soil, and then the hand shoveled Mexican. Work, and they kind of stretch it out for you. They hold it from both sides kind of weird. But so when they say to you, they go do you wanna cut the umbilical cord? I know I don't want to be involved with the process. You know, everyone does it you know, and I don't wanna do it, and they go you're going to be love you argue with the doctors and nurses. I'm not doing a lot of it. But everyone paying you to do if they said, do you want to do it after two already initially been cut in a sort of ceremonial gesture, that's not you're not involved with the process, I still by the way would have said. No, because had nothing to do with anything, but I I kept saying. No because I don't want to be involved with the procedure because, of course that's out was playing out my head. I didn't know the ceremonial version of it. And I always wonder why more people, especially when it comes to things like that. I'm not a blues singer. I don't have sixty six kids. This is my first rodeo. How about you fucking? Tell me you're not going to be involved. You know what I'm saying? No, that's, that's a great point. But I was asking about the nets. So there's that. And then this leads me to the other event from last week. I don't know if you should cut it down. I agree with you. Maybe it's cool. It's like it's a fun kind of moment with a bit of celebration. I agree. And then someone gets to put it around their neck. Yeah. Whoever the lucky guy who like, I don't know what the what rules, they are that, like I get the part, that's still connected and I'm gonna ride as my necklace and let you know otherwise but you saw last week. Did you see the woman ceremonial first pitch, you know, and she's route into the cameraman and it was awful. And as I say all the time, and Gary behind the glass, maybe you can dig this up, Kareem Abdul Jabbar. Ceremonial first pitch at the Coliseum in an exhibition game against the Red Sox number of years ago where the dodgers I played when they moved from Brooklyn Talaih a weird place career. I mean, kareem's professional athlete. And so this is by far the worst one ever because he's one of the all time greats in a professional sport. And this throw it to say it, but anyhow, the larger question I have for you is why only in basketball, do we have this? We have. I mean, in baseball do we have this, what the basketball quivalent I guess, in pock? They have a guy come out, and they'll have them drop it for a ceremonial faceoff. What would be the football quivalent? The football quivalent. Well, they, they do the coin toss. One. Yeah. Guess I had a situation again, in a vacuum of information. I was supposed to go out at UCLA game and flip the coin for them playing like Arizona state or something. And at some point, they just like get you and I go, come on. We're going out there with you. Yeah they like trot you out on the field. And then at some point, the wrath goes, who are you? And then I know you're not you're not supposed to be whatever. Your scissors. How are you going to cut the umbilical cord out here at mid field? It was it was a weird scene. That was wildly uncomfortable. And I'm not another weird when this game counts. These people have been practicing for months on. Is there anything I need to know about the coin flip Najib do it. I can't remember all the nuts, and the bolts. I remember everyone. I was on the field with had no idea what I was doing there wanna know why. They're all right. Let's see Kareem throw out the first pitch. He's he's on the mound. I'm guessing yes. He's out there on the mound, again, one of the all-time. Oh, he brought it. What the hell he rose it about eleven feet, and halfway between home plate and the first baseline, then he did a sky. Any makes a sky hook and everybody laughs and cheers, but that doesn't forgive the shame that he's brought the his sport. I mean he's representing the NBA there he can't throw a ball. That's weird isn't it? Yeah. Although the sports thing as I always say it never translates, it, never you're kinda rise over Charles Barkley playing golf, every time every time I've done like a celebrity race in the had an a fighter something, they're always the slowest in the worst. Have you ever seen? I've seen some NFL running backs just playing catch before a game. And you're like that's how you throw a ball. You're a football player. That's how you throw a ball Yikes. There is a lot. There is a lot of that. And there's a lot of not translating greatest. Athletes in the world, would just watching Charles Barkley hit an insane golf shot. Brett farve, probably can't go out on the ice in score on a slapper. But I mean, but you would think that it would translate the some degree in a weird way, maybe even less than a young Dave damage, Shak, or young Adam Karol, because we were forced dictated that we play all sports. Hang on the weather in the season and your friends in the neighborhood, and whatever I would have happily played football all through the season but pop Warner season was from September to December, and then it was time to start thinking about baseball. That's what we did. So I got the glove, and we just have to go out there and that's what you did. 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Action Documentary w/ Producer Bradley Jackson

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Action Documentary w/ Producer Bradley Jackson

"Sports gambling podcast is brought to you. By my bookie dot AG. The official online sports wick of the sports gambling podcasts. Use the promo code S. G P fifty for a fifty percent deposit bonus today. Welcome everyone to the sports gambling pack. Sean stack the money green with my partner and picks. Right. Real money. Kramer, what's happening Kramer, not much not much on just another day in paradise. Yeah. Little special in the students. We are doing a special bonus podcast. Joining us in studio is the producer of the four part sports betting documentary available on Showtime on demand in the finale this Sunday, eight pm east, Bradley Jackson, Bradley, what's up, man. How's it going guys? Thanks for having me, dude. Thanks for things are coming on the show. You're doing the Lord's work. Yeah. Voting. Promoting sports gambling, even even our names. This. This. I think you'll appreciate this. Because in the documentary, you guys kind of kind of like show every side to the the world of sports gambling. You have some professional sports gamblers, you interact with some amateurs, some Tout's. Yes. And our nicknames that we introduced the show our stack in the money green Ryan real money, Kramer that basically the show started move back the curtain shop because most of our audience thinks it's real the show started. The idea was hey, we're gonna make fun of tap. Because there's so many guys out there selling their pick this hyping themselves up. Why not why not just do a podcast where we give out the picks for free. If we win awesome. We love winning money if we lose. All right. We'll make fun of ourselves and be pissed off on the air. And that's kind of the Genesis the podcast guys. Don't charge four hundred ninety nine dollars per download of this podcast. No. We don't what's great to is being in this world for so long as Sean as we recently reminded are. Audience picking every NFL game since two thousand eleven we're familiar with a lot of the characters in the space. Right. Yeah. And kudos to you guys. Picking the alternate. Tout of all Tout's. She had to. So the first thing I wanted to ask how how did you guys? Like, I'm sure there was a filtering process to get down to to Vegas day. It was like the alternate shall not be named. Yeah. How did that process? Go because I maybe you were involvement. But man that would be that's gotta be fun. Yeah. So essentially, what happened was the director and myself, Luke when the show was green lit by Showtime, kind of the general pitch was we wanted to do with three hundred sixty degree view of this ecosystem because it's fascinating you've got all different types. Good in bat. Right. And on our list of characters we had we wanted to professional better. We wanted to professional handicapper we wanted to do we wanted to find an illegal bookie we wanted to find a quote, unquote, degenerate and wanted to find tout and we wanna find like a high roll there. We wanted to find a now, you know, all these different things and. So when the show was green lit they originally said so Greenland in late August, maybe two months after the supreme court three months after this prem- court reverse the decision. And so the green light it in August. And they said, okay, you guys have like ten months and wanted to be centered around the NFL season we wanted we wanted to put on the air in June and keep in mind, we're not in June right now. Right. So essentially what they came back and realized was that if you're making a show about sports and your following a specific season they've done this research. They said that you can't essentially the longer you wait till that football season is over with the less interested, the viewers going to be which makes sense. Yeah. Instead of ten months, they said, you have six months, and we just the last documentary film. We had done was eighty five minutes long. And it took us for years. What what was that documentary? It was a documentary about the world's greatest card magician, and he happens to also be blind. Oh, man. So very fast. Thing subject about one guy, and it took us three and a half years for years. And now now they say six months, and you have to s before hours long, and so our brains exploded because we didn't have any of these characters iron out the only character that we knew we have to get is Kelly Stewart because she's the only woman in this. Yeah. Very Neak landscape that she takes up. Yeah. And so like when we were researching Tout's. The which is super fun. If you ever want to go down and all the like the bureau or the clips that you guys played of the town's going off. So it was it was just awesome, right? Brandon. Lang was in there. He made an appearance. Yeah. It was a great montage. I saw Vegas day video on YouTube where he talks about spending six hundred thousand dollars or something on a Mike trout rookie card and how he was just so could fit. This is the best decision. I've ever made in my life. And I was like I emailed Luke, the directors like have you heard of days, and he's like, yeah. I heard of him would he's definitely on our list, and then we had create. We just emailed them. And we had Korean barbecue with him and nice. I mean, he is who he is. But he's turned up a little bit. Obviously. He's a put a seems the amp up a little bit for the air. Yeah. For the cameras, but when we talked to him on the phone just kind of like a scouting just like who are you? This is who we are. He's like, yeah. I live with my parents. And we were like well an interesting part of the documentary as our eyes grew to the size of sand. And what else we were just like? Well, if we're if you're going to be in this we have to fill me with your parents. Okay. No problem down. And so when he said that whereas like, there's no way we're going to find a better know, a guy stay at home tout. But I mean, like the thing is we didn't think we went into hanging out with Vegas. Dave, not I didn't think the money was real. I thought all the pictures on Instagram because I I stopped him a little bit. And I was like, well, the, you know, the house the Kabo house the boats the cars, they're all leases or they're all just a front. But no the money is real. Did. We did some. We did our homework. Well, that's a that's another question. I have because you have guys like Vegas. Dave a bunch of other people making claims talking about their pigs, and whatever how in depth. Did you go with the with the research of these claims? Well, okay. So I I think if anybody says that they win over seventy five percent of the time just know, they're lying. Yeah. It's not. I mean, sure if you pick one game a week, and you pick money line for an obvious favorite shirt. Maybe you can win seventy five, but he's pick. He sending out plays every day and not just like one football place, sending out hockey plays and baseball players and basketball players in college basketball place. So it's not it's not possible. He's not. And then we even subscribe to is we got his Email picks. And one of our story consultants based on his money management system. And based on the like a select I don't know how many games it's probably fifty over several weeks. You would have lost money. Yeah. A decent amount of money. This is money management system. Doesn't even sense earlier in my career when I had a lot more free time. I I went down this rabbit hole. A couple times going after the phone. Over pre-game. And yeah, if you include the fees of paying for the picks, and you build a model around that and then just plug in their results, it it's very clear like any potential return. You would get from you know, clock being right twice a day. You're you're paying back to this person. Which makes it the most beautiful know scheme of all and at the end of the day like, and I don't wanna do any. I'm not going to give any spoilers away. Because I mean, I guess well, okay. So we film him sweating onto three four games. And in those four games. He has I think five specific bets, and he only wins one. Yeah. No, again, we're you know, that's only five and we were filming him. But I mean, you heard the expression in basketball or in sports ball don't lie. We like to say cameras where we come from. But to his credit as well, the Kansas City Royals future that he that? He put the the Denver Br. Macos future that he put that's all real that that that seem completely legit. And you know, by I think he there rumors that he put down picks on a bunch of other games too. Well, yeah. That's how gimmick right? You still have your clients one side of a game half the other Ryan, you're left with half of your clients being happy. Right, right. I mean, it's the same thing when I talked to lay down, you know, one hundred grand on thirty two teams. It's the same thing to do story. Right. Exactly. When my wife asked me how did how did gambling go? If I win I go. Oh my God. I hit my lock. I hit my dog. I went four. And if I lost is just like it was fun hanging with Ryan, listen to this show have no idea what what you're talking about. Right. Shortsightedness around. Your picks is amazing. So you guys have never bought a Vegas. Dave whale play. No, okay. Never never bought bought a Vegas. Dave whale play and pulling the curtain back one hundred percent just from hosting this podcast. Cast many pick selling companies have contacted us and been like, hey, you guys have platform you can sell picks. And then I explained like no that's kind of the opposite of what we're doing. We wanna we wanna have an entertaining transparent discussion. And they're like can I advertise on your site? I'm like, I don't think he can because we really make fun of who sell picks. And they're like, okay. This guy was like sell it. He he I go. We don't really want any part of this business. He goes, you don't want a part of business where you can make eight grand a month selling your picks. And not dude, it's it's not our business model, and then he just followed up with multiple spreadsheets of like the sales from his pick selling. Yeah. Great. You know, perhaps it's an ethical decision. I don't perhaps it never really isn't ethical decision. I when I was a kid. I didn't want want to be a snake oil salesman. When I grow, right. And also to me part of the fun of sports gambling is. Deciding what you're gonna actually bit like people listen to us. They go. Oh, maybe maybe I'll go with Ryan's pick. Maybe I'll Shawn's pick. Oh, actually, these guys are both ice cold. I'm gonna fade them to me part of the fun is deciding on your own what you're going to bet on. Yeah. Absolutely. So to just completely eliminate that. And just, you know, pay Vegas day five hundred dollars for his giant whale play seems a bit short site. Yeah. Well, that's the that's the psychological part of it. Like, why why why do it if you're not even your brain is not even participating in the activity, and it's also, you know, we have a sports gambling psychiatrists on the show. Yeah. That was very interesting. He was great. And he he actually really likes to gamble. But and his whole thing is not like gambling, bad gambling bad. It's gambling can be really fun. It can really improve your life. He we don't use it in the show. But he gives a really thoughtful explanation of how fantasy football has brought he and his wife closer together because his wife to started. Two years ago. And he makes these she's terrible at it. But like we we have such fun conversations that we didn't use to have now, and it brings us closer together. And yeah, she maybe she lost twenty bucks. But it's really fun. Yeah. I mean gambling supposed to be speaking for sand fantasy football brought me and my wife together. Really again, I've told this story although story please do. All right. Four bradley. I will I will tell the story agree. Our this not this past NFL season. But the season before week one NFL we always go out week one to Vegas make a whole weekend of it. Which book do you go to we like to go to we go to the the west gate where they have the that movie theater room? All the screens up a love that room. Jay, Carnegie, great guy. Greg is hooks us up four. Yeah. Okay. Well, I'm looking forward to. But so we do the whole thing. And we do a DFS podcast where we give out a traffickings lineup. Right. The millionaire maker. We pick our thing debate the picks the whole thing. Now, we throw you know, I always play whatever I give out on the podcast week one. And last season. I come in second place in the millionaire maker and win two hundred thousand dollars h-, you know, huge. I was I was sitting on the million dollars for solid three and a half hours until Scott tolls in through his second pick six which knocked me out of first down to second. And this is one of those millionaire makers where there's also a Sunday night game. So I had a sweat the entire Sunday night game. Because I all the guys I played were in the ten AM games. So what I was sitting in first place. I'm like, all right. No way I'm going to be able to hang onto this entire day. And then I just expected to get knocked off but second place two hundred grand amazing. It was it was. Yeah. It was money changing changing gotta gotta car with the two working windows and air. Conditioning gotten engagement ring and at at the at the wedding. I do a little speech and I give a shout out to draft kings lineup Tariq co and higher. Arson wines. The eagles defense Tonio Brown the whole night. So it was it came full circle. That's great. And you you have a great quote from one of the degenerates you're interviewing, and it's it's totally true. It's a it's a great norm. Donald gym where he says gambling is the only addiction that might work out for. Yeah. Yeah. And it's it couldn't be more. True. Like, yeah. They I've heard a lot of professional gamblers or or other guys in the fields say similar things. Hey, you could go out and spend two hundred dollars on dinner. You know, what you're going to get? You're gonna get the dinner. You're gonna go home satisfied or you could put two hundred bucks on a game. And you get what three three and a half hours of entertainment, and you might get that two hundred back. Plus or you might go home with nothing. It's just kind of how you wanna spend your time and your money. Yeah. Absolutely. There's another great Norfolk. Donald quote that. I went down nor a huge Donald fan dirty work on. Oh, big masterpiece in my mind, but he has a quote he was on Larry Larry King and he's talking about his gambling addiction. Yeah. And he said he's like, I have a friend. Who has a great quote? He said I've been very lucky in my life gambling of never one. And when he says, oh, my gosh, there's very profound because a lot of these people that we talked to maybe they're already who may have a problem a lot of their, quote, unquote, origin stories are they won big early on something. And then they're always there chasing that feeling same thing with drugs, or whatever that I that I hair when Schatz always the best, Sean, my my ex girlfriend had an ankle that literally one a half million dollars moved Vegas and was broken three years. So firsthand innocent. If it starts off with a win. It's you know. Yeah. Yeah. Management system. Yeah. Well, and and yeah, that's I mean first off you you guys do a great job of the reaction shots of guys in the sports book. And I swear I sorta like there's two or three people where I was like, I definitely recognize that person. And we started seeing same faces over and over again. Yeah, we always used to go to the Venetians or book. And there was there was this was before they totally redid it was a little more old school. And I mean, we're definitely get off our long when it comes to this this new age sportsbook sports club. That's part of the reason we like the west gate, even though they renovated the kept it old rule. Yeah. The spaceship at the Venetian it used to just be chairs and TV's and this old black couple lady would just scream chiefs fans. Get mama the ball every year, we go. Drill tip. It was back in the day to where there was a there was a definitely when we first started going out. There was a golden age a house EON halcyon era of you, just go up, you place, a forty dollar bet and you go can I get some drink tickets? And they give you like fifteen tickets now, they're super tight. It's a you get one per hundred dollars, you bet and they've really clamped down. Have you all been to the south point? Oh, yeah. Yeah. For me for a couple years. And I, and I was I not knowing anything about before I dove in I figured the south point would be in it because they've been very open to expose your whether it be amazing. Yeah. You know, a lot of, you know, Brent Musburger is it's awesome. That he left like mainstream went to the gambling thing. But the south point used to go that was the Super Bowl destination for a couple years when I was going out, and it was like, it's this. It's this beautiful mix of like an old school feel definitely old school Vegas. So you're not going there to check out women at all like just stop. That's not where you there. Twenties look into get laid their go to the south point, you're there because they they're one of the last places that still make their own lines. It's a real sports book. And it just kind of like I feel like every time. I'm out there. There's some rodeo or something going on where people are parking their horses. There's that whole country feel mixed with like you can actually have a conversation about a buying like back in the day when buying points wasn't a thing. Like, you could just walk up and be like, I wanna buy a point. It wasn't like a big approval anyway, not to get caught in the big fan of the south point. And that's where we met in. My, you know, one of my favorite characters in the whole show is is are amateur better. Todd. Who who who plays a bigger role in every single episode because like we kind of knew going into the show like it'd be nice to have a, you know, enough Todd if you're listening, I'm gonna say the word degenerate doing air quotes, he he he calls himself the generate in the very the very first time we were talked to him. But like, but we just didn't know like how do you find one? And like some of the people that we knew that we're way more sports gambling. We were like you'll find one don't work, they're everywhere. And a lot of them wanna talk was was Todd the guy, and maybe I'm getting characters mixed up was Todd the guy who his friend asked him. Would you rather have sex here? Yeah. So Murli games in league. Would you rather have sex with the beautiful woman or bed on Sunday games? He goes early games kids. And it was just such a great, and you guys just do such an awesome job of capturing his head as it's going from TV to DVD and. The back of my brain, my degenerate, brain the synapses firing because I'm just thinking that experience of having multiple bets going on multiple games per glad that you guys went with the approach of just shooting the people's face, like don't worry about what they're watching just purely watched their like micro expressions, and yet whether it be joy or tells the story. Yeah. In every episode other than three are title sequence is a new set of reaction. So the for the first episode, it's the title sequence of or the names of the credits of all the people. My name's down there. Brad. The jets. But you see these like it's like this old time evaders style song playing over people's just either in complete ecstasy or an abject horror and the peop- in like the biggest reactions are usually over just like twenty five dollars. It's yeah. Yeah. Because it's just the the investment the and the psychologist kind of gets into it. Yeah. The idea of wanting to feel like a winner or wanting to kind of punish yourself as a loser. Or just the putting yourself out there risking it having action that that's really what drives a lot of people. Yeah. Sean knows. I mean, I I'm a fairly reserved guy when it comes to life, very introverted. I live in the mountains like stay away from people, and I'm definitely pretty even keel when it comes to my bets, like, I'm not the guy was gonna lose my mind. But I am one hundred percent doing it for that sweat. Yeah. I get a look on my face. Like like that. That like, oh, yeah. Yeah. I'll never. Yeah. I'll never forget. It was maybe like five or six years ago. We were out there. March madness we usually do like two trips like I first weekend in benefit and then the first two days of March madness. And we're out there hanging out with friends doing going crazy and Ryan place like the biggest bet I think of his life at that time, huge bet on Cornell. I forget what the actual money line was like, plus one eighty against Wisconsin. Yeah. I literally cashed in all my best from the day before and the women's like do you wanna make any bets? Yeah. Yeah. What do you want to do? Put all of it on Cornell money line now first-half totally excited and Cornell just dominating and then as the second half going he just looks around and Cornell, just dominates and wins. And Ryan goes kinda disappointed sweat it. You could legitimately, but like rocking chair bet. I had. I it was it was the most money I've ever cash from sports. But it was the first time I think they ever had a call for a provable. And I was like, yes, that's also. But at the same time, I just I didn't get it. What at all? Because you didn't have a good story. I had no no critical high five. Yeah. Nobody oh. Like, grabbing someone's collar, and pointing at the TV you don't want to like, call your friend and be like the craziest story I put in a huge bet. And it was effortless. And I won. And at no point was the bet ever in doubt. No, it takes the fun out. Yeah. Yeah. Todd or I've heard it's a it's a common for there's the ball sweaters. And then there's a rocking chair bets cause them. Yeah. Rocking chair bet. So it's a great term. I'm gonna have to start using that title give shout at. Just taking a quick break. From our discussion with Bradley Jackson talking about action sweet sports gambling documentary. I don't know about you. But just listen to all these gambling stories scout me itching. If you're. Get in the action. You gotta go to my bookie dot h g the official online sports look of the sports pack cast. He's a promo code S. She p fifty four fifty percent deposit bolles. Rules and restrictions do apply to that deposit bonus. You got the masters, you gotta you gotta check out the massive preview podcast talking NBA. Stanley Cup playoffs. Not going to be talking about on the podcast, but you can get. Picks over at sports gaming dot com. Mybookie dot AG. Has it all any sort of action? You want to get involved in? They got it. All you gotta do is go to my book dot AG, promo code S. Cheapie fifty play win and get paid over a by dot AG. Now back to the action the proudly checks how much did you know about sports gambling coming into it? What kind of what was your history? Yeah. I I I'm a big sports fan. My first movie that ever made was a an emerald flag football comedy, starring Kate McKinnon and a mutual friend of ours. Beck Bennett, Nick, Nick, grow the furred. Guess very funny guys. So I love sports, I love sports movies. And and so, but honestly never placed sports wager. Mine tire really never I knew some of the terms. But like when we were researching, I didn't know what Vig -ment, I didn't know what Jews men, I didn't know what money linemen. I knew it over and with the spread. I knew what parlays man, I knew all that stuff. But like those terms are used kind of everyday nomenclature and other avenues, but I've just always been myself in the director Luc I've always been fascinated with like weird characters and ecosystems and our ours its own little world. Yeah. And our last documentary that he and I made together sit in the world of magic and. And I was never in the magic. But like everybody like good magic trick who doesn't like to have their minds blown my magic and whimsey. And so when when kind of this idea presented itself, we're like we could this this is a world. And this is you know, when you make a documentary, especially for network like Showtime. They're gonna ask you two things. Why you and why now why us because our last documented was about this like fascinating little microcosm. Yeah. And we made it we made it interesting. We made it relatable. And then why now obviously was when the supreme court overturned Pasa. Yeah. And we're like this thing is the amount of money. When I heard that stat the opening stat of the very first scene of the episode episode one where it says, you know, over every year around five to six billion dollars bet wagers on the Super Bowl so largest single wagering day in America up until last year ninety. Seven percent of the action was wagered illegally. Yeah. When I heard that stat I was like. Zinger? Yeah. And it just it blew my mind. So I was like this is only going to get bigger. There's only going to get more money. And with money comes unique characters comes controversy comes a little bit of shadiness. Oh, yeah. And just like the fun ethics and morality that. I think we get to kinda toy around within the show. So I was I was all in. Well, I mean any Grammy. And I'm a big fan of documentaries in general in the best documentaries are generally not really about the topic at all in about the people. Yes. And I think when you find these like just raw characters I would imagine a lot of this kind of like there was a lot of this where it unfolded as perfectly as you could have imagined. Because like like like the sports better set, you'll find dinner, and they'll be perfect, and and usually the symptoms of them being degenerate make them perfect. Yeah. Well, and again Todd if you're listening Todd, you're like, you're like my favorite character on the show. And he knows that I. Actually text with them earlier today because he went on visa in this morning and crushed it because he's always. But Luke, the director was shooting some stuff, and he was just dude I need you to like do a character circle. Which is like walk around the south point. And just find interesting people to like either film or a quick interview with and I see this guy Todd. He's big loud. Funny guy. He's yelling and in his chair. All the chairs are lined up perfectly except his chairs jutted out to the right. And he has one of those little speaker boxes that like can like give you the audio signal from whatever game you want to be on. And so I was like okay that there's really interesting. Let's go talk to him and within like three minutes. He did this thing that made us laugh so hard where he was just talking to us who's giving us a really interesting answer. And then he just looks up and goes off fucking jet. That was that was so awesome. And then so we talked to them for like ten fifteen minutes and Luke director comes back to me. And I literally. Because I've been listening in on my headphones whole time watch on a little monitor and looks like amazing, and I go. Yeah. He's a character. Now and looks like I was thinking the same thing. And I was like you need to go to right now and go can we interview 'cause we want to put you in the show? Can we do a real proper sit down with you? So goes over there he asked. Hey, man, Kuwait. We really like what you're having to say, you're really funny. We think about being on the show we like come to your house or wherever you live and do an interview. And he goes, I don't know I live like a terrorist. And we're like what does that mean? Like, you have an even cave what? And he goes. No, I I don't have any furniture. I haven't unpacked my I've been living here for eighteen months. And I still have an unpack my bags. All I have is a mattress on the floor in a table. And I work for a worker moten at work from home. Then all I do is I work from east coast hours. I work from six to three. And then I go to the sports book every you're perfect. You're hired credit to him like he gave us a incredibly raw unfiltered interview where he talked about the darkness and how he'd gained and lost one hundred fifty pounds three times. And how he's lost thousands and thousands of thousands of dollars gambling. And he's in some cases, gambling's almost ruined his life. But then he had a great, you know, intellectual mindset about it that I thought was really refreshing. Yeah. No, he's I it it kind of reminded me in the same way. You're talking about like finding this little world. See similar thing of. King of Kong, which was a my favorite documentary of which is a great documentary. But. Technically, the documentaries about guy playing dong-ki Kong. But really, it's a guy chasing something. Right. And and the cool thing about Donkey Kong and sports gambling. Like, you mentioned earlier is there's a scoreboard, right? So there is a definitive winner loss. And when you're telling the story it really helps to have that. Because you you have you have like a beginning. Then you have like this happens and that happened like it creates a structure, that's really interesting and Billy Mitchell. I thought Billy Mitchell was the most absurd is the ultimate tout documentary villain that with that. And then when we met Vegas, Dave. I was like I feel like Vegas and Billy Mitchell. If you put the two in a room together. Oh my gosh. The world might implode. Yeah. You said you really like Todd. Did you find yourself at all kind of getting sucked in rooting for? Maybe some of the characters or even. Yes. Okay. So who did you find yourself rooting for like becoming a fan of? I mean, I I love all our characters in different ways. But you know, I really liked a really enjoyed spending time with Bill crack and burger he was I mean just from that. I. Sewed that guy was real to me and like real in a relatable ways, especially guy coming from these coasts. He's very east coast. I'm from jersey. Yeah. He's a dude. From like, he jersey jersey from I'm from a small town called fan would. Okay. Gotcha. He's super logical super pragmatic yet seems like a family guy just clocks in clocks out. Yeah. No motion. No, nothing. And he there's an episode. There's a scene in episode three where it's more or less. We knew going into it. Because we knew what crack bet and we knew it Vegas. Dave was going to tout that they were going to be on opposite sides. Oh and two I won't spoil. Because if I if y'all got y'all got upset three now, I just got the first to know, it it to me is like our fate my favorite a twenty minute sequence. Because it's like crack making the bed and then Vegas Dave touting the game. And then starting to. Watch the game. And then crack doesn't watch the game. So what are you doing? We cut to him doing something really weird interesting anyways. It's just one of those like. I never think that that would be that entertaining. But when we finally cut it all together, I was like I'm kinda sweating this even though I even though you know, the outcome. I know what happened it's odd. Because this isn't a space has been explored very much whether it be in fictional or non fictional. You saw it with the HBO show from a couple years back not to plug the the rival network there. But curious what the one that got shut down because some horses died look. Oh, yeah. It was the show about like the day Milcho. Yeah. Essentially, you had degenerates and the underworld, and you had this like you got to live some of that rush like you're talking about. And I think that's there's not a lot of that. There's not a lot and the one a lot of the gambling movies that have come out or just complete garbage. And it's like that's not how it goes. Yeah. What it's like the slow motion reaction scenes are almost more effective than some like big like more, Mark Wahlberg? Like, I what was the name of the movie he was in recently. The gambler gambler. Thank you don't have to spend a lot of time in sportsbook to realize like how to portray that the right way. Yeah. And I think it's even more like in the in the final episode. It's it's it's great because everyone's finally it's all about the Super Bowl. And as we all know that super was kinda boring. Right. Yeah. But seen through the eyes of five different sports books. It's a little more interesting. And especially we go we, you know, we're popping from the game was boring a little bit. But we're pop in from the south point to the west gate to Vegas Dave's parents house to draft kings in New Jersey, and then you know, to the game, and then, blah, blah. It's like it gets really interesting. It gets like you. And then you find little subplots we were filming at west gate for the Super Bowl, and we're just filming some betters. Placing best just trying to get some bureau of some good stuff and all the sudden out of nowhere. These two guys drop forty five thousand dollars damn table on the table. And we were just like well. That's a little subplot in this episode. We got a fall those guys talk to them. Did you get do? You get any pushback from people like, hey, get out of my face, and I don't wanna part of this documentary. Absolutely. Well, we what was great are cinematographers guy named Gabriel Taye, and he shot last chance you which great. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. Great shot the first two seasons. And what's fascinating about him. He's great DP great guy. But he is not a sports fan at all. He could not give two shits about sports. Honestly. And but I think that's what makes him, and he doesn't he did not know anything about sports gambling. And he he kind of refused not refuse to learn. But like, I would always tease them like you're pretending like, you're picking some of this stuff up. But he was like, I don't know what a parlay is. And I'd be like filmed the Browns games like which one of the Browns. But. But he just had a fewest snus dislike he just didn't care. So he would just like anybody even if somebody was just like hands of their head like they just lost thousand dollars. He just take the cameras shove. It rent go right in their face and nine times out of ten people are just like whatever every now. And then we would get people being like, hey, could you not do that for the most part people were cooled logistically just because personally curious how did how did it work filming at these casinos? Did you have to talk to them ahead of time? And be like, hey, bring cameras in there. Not a big fan of cameras. It's funny because every single casino turned us down, but south point and west gate, and I you know, we've had great exposure to. I mean in Santa Meraj a little bit mergers lettuce film for like half a day one time. I mean, the south point in the west gate or the two kind of more old school sports teams. Yeah. They understand. And end south point. I mean, it was cool because like south point was just like you can do it for free. We'll help you as long as you like just don't despair jus- like come on and do whatever you want. They helped us in every way, shape or form. They list come into feast, and they gave helps get Musburger. It was great west gate was a little more complicated. Because it's you'll find in Vegas every casinos owned by corporation. That's owned by a corporation. That's owned by a parent company that's owned by another coordination. And so, you know, just to like get a sign off on some of these places was going to take, you know, eight lawyers and three weeks. And so we're just like again, we had six months. Yeah. That's a crazy clock. Yeah. And so well gate west gate was a little more difficult. But they're they're actually really great and a little very comedy. We had to go through the union stuff, which is fine. But like J corner gay and John Murray, the two people who run that book are really great and like really helped us out a lot. So and I think both of those sports book that they're both very like west gates, very retro. West good future. It's like high ceilings everything's black. Yeah. You can't smoke in the actual book south point is like super old oak. Everyone's smoking. It's just like, yeah. You're seeing the colonoscopy bags strewn about the again, you're not going for the view. No. Was there was there? One thing either something that made it into the documentary or something that was kind of on the cutting room floor, for whatever reason was was there one particular thing that jumped out as as something that you didn't see coming at all that was kind of the most surprising. Yeah. And maybe this is my naievety. But we thought, you know, one of our characters we really wanted to find was in a legal bookie. Yeah. And so if you if you watch episode one, we do introduce you to one, and we thought naively going into this like, oh, the repeal of pass by the overturning of the law is going to like kill books. They're done like bookies and a couple of years or done. And then we met this bookie through a few connections. And we're like, right. You're must be sweating. Right. And he goes, not not even close. He's like my business better than it's ever been. I'm not worried and he explained it to why like convenience and credit. And so when he told us that was. That's so much more interesting than what we were thinking, which is like we're gonna find a bookie who's on hard times. And he's ready to retire. Take his Bendel and stick railroad. Exactly. But no end this guy was so sophisticated like he ran like it was like, you know, he had down to a science. They had you know, this this book did does forty million dollars a month. This illegal book does forty million. And it's based on New Jersey does the Tri state area. And like and like he he also is just like, yeah, we don't use violence anymore. Like, we haven't. Nobody is violence the eighties. Just because there's cameras everywhere. And it's like. Yeah. Explain it to very logically. Like like, we do forty million a month in handle, maybe not profit. But in handle, and like say, somebody stiffs you had a two hundred grand that sucks, but you're gonna go like put that guy in the hospital and then. Jail. It's bad for business. Exactly. So that really surprised me and good way. And and you you you hit on it in the documentary when you're talking to the legal guy, and he said east coasters are always going to be gamblers. They have it in their blood. It seemed like you did a ton of stuff focusing on Atlantic City as well. What do you think the east coast angle is it's like the appeal or what draws east coasters to sports gambling? Visit just the lifestyle is that that they're just more passionate sports fans probably history. I mean, those teams have been around longer there's a richer history. I'm not from these from Houston, Texas, when we ask you this. When did you like when did you did you friends in high school bookies? There was a guy in high school that took bets from people, but it was just such small ball five bucks here. So yeah, I mean, I don't really remember a time. I'm where I did it in the know someone who knew how to get down. And it was like we'd pull our money. So we could get down on thirty dollar. It was a twenty five dollar back. But if we lost we got we had to pay thirty win twenty five. Yeah. It's all the stories. You've heard like you meet the guy on route twenty two in a McDonald's like, and that's what's interesting about that. It's funny complete unrelated story, I just met a guy through through my other career, and he's a nice gentleman from Rhode Island a medium like, oh, so you're into sports gambling. And he's like, yeah. Of course, Rhode Island. So it's very much this like it like culturally, and that's one of the things you guys touch on this. I don't know how much bagasse sees it coming, but people are not gonna get on a plane to go to Vegas now. The thing AC that's a real. That's a great point in the same way that you're saying maybe thought the the local bookie could be put out of business. Do you see Vegas being in trouble? Not not for a long time. Now, I think what could really hurt Vegas is if ever if California ever tips. That'll to legal legalization. That's that's going to be rough news. But here's the thing Vegas has of fifty year. Head start on everybody. Yeah. And there and also they just the concept of egg ass- the sin city atmosphere. The idea that you can go to this other city, and do whatever the fuck you want, and it really adds fuel to the fire, and it's like a safe space where I was like, oh, I lost all my money. I was in Vegas. That's what she do. Whereas if I walked down to seven eleven and loss eighteen hundred dollars and then just walked back. It would it would feel weirder. Right. Depressing. But I mean, we we are in the demographic where you know, not to be confirmed or denied, but we have ability to bet on credit. Enter we go to Vegas. We go to Vegas the experience. It's a social experience. It's a it's a business experience. But it's we still like there's there's trips. I don't make a single bet in Vegas, right? Why am I in Vegas again? It's selena. I I can't house and people in my garage to all have the out of my experience of like there is nothing like March madness where there's like a couple of games coming to a decision, and you're in a room with a couple of thousand people in everyone is on one side of that decision or not, and it just you can feel it. It's like being in a bigger Rina. It's cool. They don't see him. There's a moment and episode for where we we cut in between the south point and west gate during the coin toss as it's a big bet on the coin toss and just here. I was not expect I was at the south point filming and our other crews at west gate, and I was like we were like, yeah. Let's let's make sure we get a nice shot for the coin toss because we know that that's a that's a bad. I was not expecting the absolute roar of the crowd after the coin toss nuts. Well. With the national. I was gonna say I you can't bet that Ben. Yeah. You can't do that. Because that's an entertainment proud. Yeah. So and that's where new Jordan New Jersey's also pushing the envelope there saying, we'll take those bets. But the first time I was in Vegas. I think the biggest thing that that opened. My eyes was being in. We were in the south points kind of like little comedy club across from where the sportsbook other. Yeah. And every like, it's a dark space. The game is jacked up everyone. How you could see the this is probably two thousand it was two thousand ten when the giants won. I believe to love everyone had a cell phone and everyone's timing the national anthem. Yeah. And it was it was one of those experience experiences were were I was like man, I'm with I'm with friends here. Everyone like signed it into. On the same page. But yeah. Coming back to what we were talking. Like, that's the I think Vegas Vegas will not be in trouble from perspec-. People would go to bed. I do think that this bullshit about like. Yeah. If you make a five hundred dollar bet, I'll give you a drink ticket for well, drink, maybe that's the area where we start to see a little bit better customer customer service. And I'm already seeing Sean someone who's been to the west gate before they're slamming with me, slamming me, and they're really focused on these sports vacation packages. Now, interstate finally have kind of turned the corner on like, let's just get people out there. We know they're going to sit in a room. It's bet sports. We're not gonna worry about the other stuff. The share to the shirt gambling experience in particular is something that's truly unique. And you don't understand until you go to Las Vegas, and you see the sportsbook erupt when a total is hit. It's completely meaningless for the actual game. But what it, hey, it's just the crowd goes crazy. And to be on the same side with the majority of the of the rest of the group because you figure out early whether you guys are on the same side, whether it's makes friends quickly. Yeah. But it's usually pretty I actually one of my favorite things to do is to watch the playful banter between people on different sides like it's usually pretty good natured for the most part for the most part. You gotta cut. Yeah. You get a couple dish. Like, I lost twenty eight dollars. Well, that's a we actually last anecdote because I know we're not going to be your forever. But I did we in Sean were out there one time. And we watched the guy Lou he bet like a ten thousand dollar money back to win thousand saints money line. And the Rams upset them week one couple years back. And I think there was I forget the exact story. But someone nearby was on the other side on the other money line, but had like a twenty dollar bet versus guys ten thousand dollar bet. And you had one of those awkward situations. Like, this is probably going to be a fight. And I'm not gonna be mad at the dude who just lost thousand dollars for. But it's it we're going to back away from the situation. Yeah. We were hoping we would catch a fight on camera. One time we never know. No fights. No, no fights, no, active violence. No, no crazy flipping the chairs. I did like the I really enjoyed the one guy who destroyed the Cup but break this fucking cop. Yeah. It was such a great line. And it really captures the just kind of crazy rage that may just your brain getting overwhelmed, and you want to destroy something. And you you can't really process it. So just the fact of you destroying with your hands a plastic somehow gets you the power back. Yeah. We did. It was it was the one thing that we had to cut. But it was it was a really fun little segment we did about bad beats and Brent Musburger had this great great soundbite that he said in his interview, which was he's like try to do my best Musburger impressions, look, I'm out -solutely convinced that people like talking about the losses more than they like. Talking about their wins. Because they tell the stories about the bad beats and they got into this. Great like section of all of our people talking about their worst beats like cousin Sal has a great story about how he was on. He was on a Golden State. So he was on Golden State when they were playing the cast. He was on Clinton. He was on. Oh, yeah. He was on Hillary. And then he was also on lowland when they got the envelope. Yeah. And he just like which we're gonna find his spot for that section. It was real maybe we'll put online sometime, but it was really fun. Yeah. That that's true. I mean, that's in the in the movie, the great gambling movie to for the money out Pacino's character goes the Gamblers Anonymous, and he's essentially like when you're when you're looking for that feeling again and that feeling his loss, right? Like everyone's chasing that rock bottom. Come talk to me. So so now, Bradley you went you Dovan, you did this knocked it out of the park of the four hour documentary available on Showtime on demand finale Sunday eight east is the finale shit row quick show. And you can also check that on Hulu. Oh, really somebody man. Oh nice. Oh, yeah. Because you can do this Showtime. Very cool. Yeah. What what kind of is? Your is your big takeaway. But more importantly, where do you see things going in the future because we have this legalisation? We have kind of the old school bookies still kind of floating around. There's plenty of online. Options as well. What do you see as a future moving forward? Great great question. I think you know, within two to three years, you'll have twenty five states that are that are in on unlike money money, and I feel like I'm from Texas. I don't think Texas will like allow casinos. But I do think Texas will out mobile, you know, like eventually because Texas is so sports obsessed. And I mean, there's so many people that would would like to bet on the couch. You know, going to cowboy stadium there's a draft kings sweet, you know, n link with the prevalence of draftkings and fan duel. Which is one hundred percent gambling DFS one thousand percent gambling. Anybody tries to tell you is a game of skill. We actually loophole. That's so crazy that in Vegas. You can't play. And we talked about that in our third episode. We we actually we interview we do a big DFS segment where we talk about we interview in track the number three DFS player in the world. This twenty six year old kidney Martin Crowley who makes prior to million a year doing DFS. And. Yeah, I mean, we interview the president of draft kings and one of the big guys fan duel and just hearing them kind of lot, you know, ninja logic their way around the fact that it's not gambling is hilarious to me. Won't you see it's a collection of aggregated statistics on random event. It's not gambling and we use this. We use this. Great soundbite from Joe Nemeth in this MSNBC interview that we pull were Joe Nemeth goes do you have to pay to play? And someone goes, yes. And do you win money if you win? Yes. German goes it's gambling. I know that it's time so true old school. Joe name a love it. Well, Bradley appreciate you coming on to the podcast. I loved it makes you give them a follow on Twitter at Bradley Jackson and make sure you check out action the four-part sports documentary vailable on Showtime on demand, and like you said the finale to Sunday, eight o'clock east just before billions just before billions huge fan of that show four love it the game Linpack guess, I'm Sean stack in the money green. And he is Ryan cosign. You should go watch action, Kramer, let it.

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Octopuses On Ecstasy

The Ross Bolen Podcast

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Octopuses On Ecstasy

"Sir. Welcome back for episode eighty six of the Rose Bowl in podcast, otherwise known as our VP eighty six brought to you by grand x. media. I am your host, Rose Bowl in here at the grand eggs media studios in Austin, Texas with producer, Mike, go winer. What is good Ross? What is up? RB gang happy Monday. It is happy. I'm happy. We have been bringing a lot of audio content your way recently. Yes, utterly. This is five episodes in seven days or something like that. I hope everybody is enjoying it. Good. I had good. Yeah. Yeah, Rb p eighty six is brought to you by rowdy. Gentlemen, our in house, clothing brand here. Grandad's would you can check out at rowdy, gentlemen dot com right now on rowdy. Gentleman dot com. We're having a two day site-wide sale. If you were paying attention last week and you didn't skip through the intro, like some people, I know you know who I'm talking to Stacy the New York New 'bout this the sale because you got early access with the code r. 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We're going to skip the announcements in amends today because we made so many announcements in amends last week who could possibly need more already on this Monday by the way, if you're wondering like holy shit and new episode on Monday, what's happening, usually record on Tuesday, Thursday on occasion of Friday will pop up there, right? Well, last month was a little crazy. 'cause I had a couple of Friday's where I was gone for vacation this this upcoming Fridays. The second one. So we're doing Monday Wednesday this week. I'm going to Montana to a dude ranch to do dude ranch stuff. You'll hear more about that on Wednesday when I discuss it, I'm not ready yet. So I won't discuss it any further, but that's why episodes coming on Monday and you'll get Rb eighty seven on Wednesday, just to be clear bullets hop into this week's first segment. Octopuses on ecstasy. So live Langdon are wonderful guest from Rb eighty four. She sent me this article last week on the Atlantic. It's about octopus is an ecstasy and his pretty fascinating. It's starts out with this sentence when Google Dolan I gave ecstasy to octopuses. She didn't know what to expect. That's the opening line and it's, you've got me. I'm fucking hooked. Somebody named Gould. Dolan is giving octopus ecstasy, and she doesn't know what to expect, who would know what to expect. Goule. None of us know what to expect because you're giving octopuses a manmade drug called ecstasy. But anyway, this article is about these neuroscientists one of which is good Dolan at John Hopkins school of medicine who studies, how cells and chemicals and animal brains influence their social lives. Miss type of thing. Always Piques my interest because I have a very strange job, right? Like in the in the grand scope of professional jobs that the thirty one year old males can have podcast host is, is an obscure one. I mean, you know, I realize that everybody in their mom as a podcast now. But like I mean as a viable business, Todd, cast hoses obscure profession to have its make sense more of a more. What do you call it? A? What are the things you do on the side for fun hobby? Yeah, God, damn, I gotta stop smoking so much weed hobby. It's a hobby bore of a hobby. It seems like, but no, what I do for a living. That's kinda how I think about shit like that. Like I could see it being somebody's hobby to look into how cells and chemicals in animal brains influence their socialize or like what it would be. Like if we gave octopuses, India may like as a hobby. That makes sense. I could see that, but as if being your full blown job, this is an odd one, but that's what Google Dolan and Eric Ed singer, whose name is not as fun to do an accident with. That's what they're doing in California. There. Feeding these things drugs. It's getting weird so they got five, California, two spot octopus that they, they put individually into the middle of three connected chambers, and they gave him free rein to explore. So one of the adjacent chambers housed a second octopus. There's another octopus in there. It's confined inside an overturned plastic basket. All right. The other chamber contains an unfamiliar object, like a plastic flower or Chewbacca figuring. So these two neuroscientists Dolan an singer, they measured how long the main animal spinned in the company of its peer in how long it spent with the random toy and the free moving individuals thoroughly explored the chambers and from their movements. Dolan realize that individuals of any sex gravitate toward females, but avoid males, which strange. So the next step of this whole experiment, they decide what is the reasonable thing we should introduce to this experiment to see what happens next. And I think you and me and everybody else who's ever been faced with this question, the answers, feed them, ecstasy. Let's see what happens when we get them real high on MD may because their water animals and that makes sense. So that's what they did. Dolan an singer submerge these octopuses in an MD may solution so that it would absorb through their gills. And to to make this all just a little bit funnier. The first attempted this, they used to high of a dose of India may. So the octopus are just rolling bass. And it says here they quote freaked out and did all these color changes in quote. So if you can imagine like the first run through Dolan and singer come sink. These octopus into an MD may solution. They put him in the chamber in there like, all right, let's see what it does. And then they just freaks out and changes colors times, like passes out or something. Didn't work out anyway. They ended up finding a more suitable dose where the animals were having more calmly more sociably. Basically they were able to find a dose of ecstasy that was the correct amount they could, you know, do stuff still. They're not that fucking stoned. So with ecstasy in their systems, these five octopus is spent far more time in the company of the same trapped male. They once shunned. And even without a stop watch. The change was obvious before the drug explored the chamber with other octopus, very tentatively. Says they mashed themselves against one wall very slowly extended. One arm touched the other animal and then went back to the other side. But when they had MD may they had this very relaxed posture. They floated around, they wrap their arms around the chamber. They interacted with the other octopus in a much more fluid and generous way. They even exposed their underside where their mouth is, which is not something octopus is usually do. That feels like taking your dick out or like flash in the veg- what that mouth do? Yeah. Who look at this, like that's what they're doing on x. That's what everybody has a nice to see. So basically the takeaways that turns out just like with humans, India may makes octopuses more friendly. But opposes are usually hermits solitary. They don't fuck around with other either push very much. They're exceptions to this, but for the most part, that's how it works anyway. Jennifer Mathur from the university of lethridge is not convinced the ecstasy is making them more sociable. Instead, the drug might just mess with their ability to detect the chemical cues of potential mates. She says, quote, there's no proof that that it is anything more than attraction in quote, which doesn't bring a lot of clarity. The situation for me to be quite Frank, and I don't care not really interested in what Jennifer matter has to say. Yeah, I don't think I care other. She sounds like a hater mean we know what MD may does. It makes you friendly makes you have fun at least for a little while. Yeah, allegedly and sweat now. Yeah, you need orange juice or is that acid whatever the case might be. Yeah, you don't listen. I just, it blows my mind that we've got scientists like really smart people presumably out there. This is what they use their time on. Let me ask you a question. Do you, what are your thoughts on octopus? I mean, they're cool. I'm not like a huge octopus fan, but I'm like them as animals, but them as food. Let me thoroughly enjoy. Kalmari is one of my favorite appetizers period. Not just in seafood room. I love calamari, but outside of that, I don't really mess with the much. Okay. Well, I believe that's more of a squid. Oh, then I don't know. Okay. I love octopus. Let me say this. I finds to be delicious. If I go to a restaurant and there's octopus on the menu I'm doing order. Oh, like one hundred percent. If it's an appetizer, they have grilled octopus. I'm going to buy it. I've find it delicious. I love it. OMI also say this. I have friends who refused to eat octopus because they believe. It to be too smart. Yeah. There's some sort of thought that it's it's as smart as like a dog or something. There's a familiar with this yet. There's these schools at thought people, they believe the octopus to be like the most complicated animal besides humans, like even more so than dogs are dolphins, or you know any of the animals or super smart. Apparently they're very complex individuals. I wouldn't keep me from eating one though. Right? Just to be okay. I was just putting that out there. I find them delicious. And I'm also told that they are very smart. So I found I saw this headline and I saw it on a different website. I did not really understand what happened and I stopped reading. Glad you shared the story with us and the, you know, I don't know how to make to puss I would like to be this is one of these things. Now we're back on things. Would you get one like you can get them at at a nice fish market? You can get them at central market here in Austin. Okay. But like it's one thing that I've never made that. Maybe that's why enjoying it so much. I've never made lamb chops. Yeah, but I know I could make lamb chop like you grow those best year confident in this? Yes, I think I could. I think there's some cleaning involved. It's just something I'm never had the odyssey to Terai and maybe I will maybe this will be my inspiration. This is this is this is your night. My nutshell, I think is what after we're done here, you run over to central. You'll get some octopus girl those bastards up. See, here's my thing. I'll eat it. I absolutely will eat it all ordered off the menu. I'll eat it. I won't think twice about it. I don't wanna make it myself. That's so depressing. Like lower it down into the boiling pot of water, and I guess it's already dead, but still it's, there's something about that whole on the opposite, but you go cook yourself on make grill yourself up nice octopus or boiler. What do you do with it? I think you grill and then you boil it. In fact, I don't know boiling then grow actually. To the bottom of this some squid some Kalmari whatever. I didn't. I for some reason. I thought that was like octopus this whole time. I'm an idiot. But anyway, this was a good segment. I apologize. No, not at all hijacked. This is an interesting point though, like I don't necessarily care how smart the animal is that I'm eating. It's that's not listen. If we, if we, if you want to go down that rabbit hole and start splitting hairs, it's going to get really fucking ugly and you're gonna end up vegan just f y. That's how that works. I'm not doing that shit. Couple of the points on these octopus love ecstasy. Oh, there's some other doctor from the university of Chicago, hairy DeWitt because we didn't get enough doctors opinions on this. We needed more. She says, quote, it's an innovative and exciting study, but she's thinks it's unfortunate that the duo always tested the octopus I after a dunk in normal salt water, and then after an ecstasy bat. So she's now critiquing the practices of our two scientists Gould, Dolan and her friend. His name is not. Oh, f- singer. Yes. I listen. Scientists, scientific community. I would like to address you as a whole. Don't you guys have cancer cure and aids to solve and serious fucking diseases and shit stop dosing octopus with ecstasy who who's putting up the money for these people that do these things. This is a grant at John Hopkins, and that's to be like an important university. The cranks out serious doctors were dosing octopuses. Fucking weird stuff. Give me the ecstasy. I'll sell it now I want. I don't have time for that. I don't have time to be street dealing ecstasy. Liberal, take it, take it out. The burning man trumpet in the desert. They need it more than the octopus do a quick word from one of our sponsors before we get into our next segment. Fall is upon us, summer is fading. So it's time for a new seasonal Cologne recommendation from our good friends at Fulton in rook. They're solid Cologne called sterling is a great masculine fragrance with fragrance would notes of era Matic tobacco leather, dark, Manila, and amber. There's no better way for man to smell in the fall. Then that right there. If you haven't tried Fulton work, solid Cologne, you are missing out is a wax based formula that comes in a solid metal container that you can take just about anywhere. There is no glass to break. There's nothing to spill or leak, which is for some reason, always the problem with Cologne and traveling with it. 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Rb p fifteen percent off your first purchase, Fulton work dot com. About that next segment animal of the week, it's going to be an animal heavy show today. And I, I like an animal heavy show the animal the week is the mousse mousse, which is what I call my dog. Bruce often moose. But we're actually talking about the real news here, not not Bruce. Okay. Sonata toy, Austrailian shepherd and actual moose, a member of the new world, dear sub family, which I wasn't aware existed. What happened to the old world? Dear sub-family mica. He doesn't know, but there's a new one. Now, it's the new world, dear sub family, the moose, the largest and heaviest species. In the deer family, you should probably have known that that should be the extent of your moose knowledge. And now we're going to fill in the blanks. Moose are distinguished by their broad open hand shapes. Antlers also referred to as paddles in some cases. The males have other members of the deer family. They have Antlers with a twig light configuration. These are, you know what we're talking about here. These paddles these moves have. There's Hugh open hand shaped their massive, a full grown male moose is taller than a horse in can weigh over thirteen hundred pounds, big, big oil animals. There's like something prehistoric feeling to a mousse like out of the bigger than they should be there. There you can just tell they've been around for fucking ever male Moose's and absolute unit huge. They can be five to six and a half feet from hooves to shoulder. That's not even including a raised head or Antlers massive. They eat seventy three pounds of food a day in the summer thirty, four pounds day in the winter, mostly shrubs what he plants in. Aquatic vegetation shit, eight a lot. Apparently they can hold like a hundred pounds worth the food in their stomachs at a time, a hundred pounds of food. They can store in their stomachs. That's that's shit on a food. So they've got predators. They have to worry about for sure like wolves and bears. But the wolves in the bears of the world are mostly gonna go after the young sick or the old moose as they're not. I mean, this is a big ass animal you're trying to take down. So formidable foe. Obviously, you go for the weakest in the pack, the young, the sick, the old, but moose also at the worry about very small predators like parasites. They, they're very susceptible to something called brain worm, which is a parasite too. You can get from eating snails. It does very serious neurological damage can result in death. Also, winter ticks or a big issue for moose. They do big damage to these guys. They, I mean, apparently long, cold winters hoped key to help keep these tick populations down and keep the moose healthy. But if the winner isn't harsh enough to fuck up the the tick population, it's a real problem. In defense against predators. The first thing these mousse use is not their paddles. It's not their porn. If you wanna call him that or Antlers, whatever. It's a sharp hooves. Very sharp capable of mortally wounding a Wolfer a bear. So that is the first line of defense. They start throwing haymakers. A female news is called the cow. Baby news is called the cath, a mature male moose has called a bull and the skin dangles from a Moose's chin is called a bell. That was four quick facts. These things can die, five meters underwater. When searching for food, I don't know how far five meters, but it's an amount that European listeners can surely understand their great swimmers. They were, they bore knowing how to swim. They can swim up to six miles an hour. Keep that pace for two hours. I can't do that. It also the reason they swim so much helps them keep their body temperature down, especially on hot summer days. They can close their nostrils, which give. Ability to graze underwater pretty cool and they spend so much fucking time in the water that it prolongs their life. How does it prolong their life? It takes some of the stress off their bones and joints. Think like, you know what? You always see old people doing water aerobics and the pool because it's lower impact than running. That's the same. These moose, they're in there in the water, reducing their chances of osteoperosis and arthritis. They basically operate in the same realm as your grandma or grandpa. Or your uncle Jeb. Loves the pool. Also just being in a little bit of water is going to discourage a Wolfer mountain lion from attacking you. 'cause it's a lot fucking harder to sneak up on southern surrounded by water. So they hang in the water. A lot of makes sense. They're smart. They know what they're doing. They're no octopus on ecstasy, but they know what they're doing. They've got very wide hooves that act like snowshoes if you've ever wondered how the shit is that moose walking on top of several feet of snow and not falling down into it, they've got those the hooves. They work like the same way that you know, snow shoes worked for your dumb ass except there are moose in your human. But if you've ever seen a moose, actually there's a video, the one that I was your call when I think of a moose actually is it's fucking on YouTube, just Google, like moose running through snow, and it's this moose gist booking it faster than you've ever seen anything move with snow up to its chest and it's terrifying, but apparently they can run up to fifty six kilometers per hour. Again, I don't know how fast that is, but people in Europe understand also they use their, they lose their Antlers once a year. And as I said, only the males grow Antlers also known as paddles mainly used for fighting in displaying during mating season in autumn. They often have conflict over females. The the males do which oftentimes ins with a competing moose backing away from a fight. If the challenger has more impressive rack of Antlers, which is a good way to do it. It's like we don't even have to throw it. It's like twice as big as me. Let's just I'm just going to bail. They Antlers can get huge span up to five feet way over sixty five pounds by themselves. It's just the fucking paddles. Man, they Antlers it's all all that antler growth is based on testosterone levels and day length. One doctor explains this so they, they start to grow these Antlers in the late spring and summer. Their Antlers themselves are covered in velvet, which is so vascular is there's a blood flow, supplying these Antlers as they're growing. So they're very sensitive. And then by fall mating season, the bull start to shed and shine their paddles by rubbing the begins trees, fuzzy velvet covered Antlers good through a gory transformation get real bloody. It's disgusting. It's fucking gross. And by Tober they have the shiny new paddles for competition display, which is that whole process, which. Was completely unfamiliar to me. I had an uncle explain it to me regarding the type of deer he has on his property in in his ranch here in Texas. He has a type of deer that do this with their Antlers that have this whole process with the the. I don't know. I wanna say like moult, but it's not molting. I can't remember what it's called, but that whole process with the velvet and the vascular is Asian in the in the shedding in all that I wasn't familiar with. But apparently moose do it as well. Antlers a great indicator of age with each winner. The young moose paddles growing size there Nobes become spikes and then spikes become four racks bulls in their prime between five and eight. They had the largest racks. They're gonna be the big, bad boys. And then with old age, the Antlers become more deformed and less impressive, which is just depressing. And is also what happens to your paints a full grown Moose's Antlers can weigh up to forty to sixty five pounds already said that shit. Oh two other random facts about moose. They can't see long distances for shit. Very shortsighted and they make great noises some of the best variety of noises to come out of any animal in the animal kingdom. Just Google moose noises. They got all types of bellowing and croaking in yelling and good noises the moose, not your animal the week, the mousse. I hope he learned something. Mike is learned. A lot of things that was that was more than I was. I was prepared to learn about the moose open up your mind to me, one hundred pounds of food in a Tom, Tom, it's wild. I. Let me ask you some, Mike. If you had to guess how many pounds of food your stomach it hold. What would you guess. Maybe twenty tw- dude, no fucking way thinking. I'm thinking those hotdog eating such. No, that's okay. Maybe you're right with with training and shit, perhaps. Yeah. Like if you just ask me no more than like four pounds, maybe. Like a pound and a half. Is it I think like if you had to, if I had a gun to my head, I could eat two three of those maybe four or five pounds, six pounds. You can eat matrix burritos with a gun. If you said Mike eight Britos as you can't kill you, like maybe I could eat three of them, Dow fucking suck, but that's got to be five or six pounds of food. I think I'd rather drown than half the each pull a burrito to death. That sounds awful. You know that feeling when you still eating and you're so full and you wanna die. That's that's a bad feeling. And that's a bad feeling. Yeah. Yeah, hundred pounds in their stomachs. Fucking big, big boys. That's a big stone. I wanna see one of these things in Montana, this fucking weekend, man. 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This is is discovery island is located on the property of Walt DisneyWorld in the city of bailiwick, where before between nineteen seventy four and nineteen ninety nine, it was open as import to guess as is an attraction where they could observe it's many species of animals, birds Disney originally named this particular installment, Treasure Island. Then he later renamed it discovery island and it currently sits completely abandoned, and that's why I'm fascinated with it. And actually the name that it used to use discovery island is now the name of land at Disney's animal kingdom. So they stole that and used it elsewhere which is kinda fucked up. If you ask me. But from the early nineteen hundreds a little background or a lot of background, really. This is kind of crazy. They even dug this far, but the island was known as Roz island named after the family that lived there. Then in the nineteen thirties, the end of the nineteen thirties, it was purchased for eight hundred dollars. This is a whole island by the way by man named del mar radio, Rick, Nicholson. Radio, nick. How do you earned the nickname radio, Nick? He renamed it. I'd obey I'll and lived there for twenty years with his wife and pet crane which sounds completely made up, but I sure you it is not. I'm reading it straight off the fucking Pige. It was later sold and renamed riles island and uses a hunting retreat and then Disney bought it in nineteen sixty five as part of his strategic property acquisitions before building Neo while Disney World resort. So as I said, it opens up his Treasure Island in nineteen seventy four to place to observe wildlife, right. Then later they recognize it as a logical park, and they rename it discovery island named chosen by guiding Stephen Ramsden who's Disney employees who worked as a lifeguard at the Polynesian village hotel in the late nineteen seventies which literally no one could care about. In ninety five nineteen ninety-five that is the admission to get into discovery island. Was ten dollars and sixty cents for adults, five dollars and eighty three cents for children aged three through nine. They also had a beach on discovery island where swimming was not allowed. But playing in walking in sand was permitted. That sounds fun. What you want is a beach with a sign that says, no swimming playing in walking in San permitted. The island's facilities were home. This is a strange fact to the last known dusky seaside Sparrow. This was a subspecies of Spero that was declared extinct in nineteen ninety in the fucking last physical known. One died there in nineteen eighty seven. Discovery island, some shit there it close to the public on April eighth nineteen ninety nine but continued to operate until July ninth nineteen ninety nine at which point all of its animals had to be relocated Disney's animal kingdom. The safari village hub of animal kingdom was renamed discovery island. Some of the other animals from discovery island went to other zoos as well. But most of them went to animal kingdom. Disney never officially gave its reason for closing the park, but people suspected like poor tendons, high maintenance costs. The fact that Disney's bigger in newer animal kingdom opened as part of DisneyWorld or land or whatever year before the port that you keep. If you do this if you research discovery island online, the thing that'll keep popping up for you is the theory that it closed down because of this bacteria called naegleria, which apparently is one of the strongest reasons the park closed. It was a bacterium capable of causing human death by thanking the human nervous. Awesome and apparently killed some little boy. Maybe. I don't know. It's really unclear. I can't tell if you know Disney in their billions of dollars or covering up some weird bacteria thing or if this is just psycho internet conspiracy theory, just nonsense really hard for me to tell. Being just a simple podcast host, but I choose to buy into the bacteria theory because it's more fun. It's more fun than well. It was a bad business plan, so we had to close its way more fun if if people are dying. Right, right. I'm gonna Vigia list of the former attractions from discovery island. You may notice each of these as theme. Parrot's perch, monkey colony. Trumpeter springs. Apparently there's trumpeter swans they're, they're each named after the animal that didn't have its them. Bamboo hollow vultures haunt to can corner cranes roost. That's a good one avian way which which it looks like it had peacocks their pelican bay for mingle the gun tortoise beach alligator pool eagles watch good animals selection here that they had a discovery island in offer, not didn't last long did it. But if you want to go on. Google people, this band. There's like a great column about discovery island on thirteenth floor. It's titled exploring two of Disney's most nightmarish abandoned parks, shut out to the member of the RV p gang who sent me this column it Reverend is a couple different Disney situations with discovery island and river country, which is another park that was also in Orlando in Orlando, Florida, or part of Walt Disney World in Orlando. Ford. Anyway, the only to Disney parks to ever close permanently and there's some real creepy like there's like a map of discovery island on here that you can look look at, and there's some photos of like the abandoned places, people of snuck in and taking photos of shit. All they is Israel creepy. It's exactly what you'd expect. The other I call him that I would reference is actually from a website called abandoned Florida dot com. Abandoned f. l. as in Florida dot com. If you go to abandon f. l. dot com slash discovery island, you get this whole layout. About the place where discussing just if you wanna look further into it. 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All you have to do is go sign up at bolan dot, Robin Hood. Dot com. That's b. o. l. e. n. dot RR ABI. I in h OD dot com. Bolan dot robinhood dot com. Get in there and start investing today. Next segment, and final segment, Mike is read of the week. So every week we like to give Mike the opportunity to share with us a read that he is found worthy of the entire RVP gang. And I believe in my opinion, Mike, that you batting thousand three for three now on my read of the week, is that is that correct? This'll be the fourth installment, right? It could be. Yeah, could be. I think people are enjoying it. Well, dear thing. Thank you Ross. This week's read of the week is from September nineteenth. So it's five days old. The splits actually from last week and that's not really important. It's from the Washington Post. It's entitled Chevy Chase, can't change. Oh, this is a profile on Chevy Chase. Can gather that from the title again from the Washington Post Chevy Chase can't change. If you just Google that you'll be able to read this piece Chevy Chase for those view under thirty is a comedian, a seminal comedian. Some might say, that means seminal. He is one of the most important comedians of the twentieth century. Wow, my opinion. Wow. Okay. Okay. This piece gives you a he. Well, of course, he's a part of the greatest movie of all time, which is a Caddyshack. Okay. The single greatest piece of American film made win. Never hear me say anything bad about Caddyshack who of course there three, three comedic geniuses all in their peak, the very of their power, rare. Yeah, never happened before. It'll never happen again. Yeah, that's I haven't seen Caddyshack. You should go watch it. But anyway, the the idea here Chevy Chase's now seventy four. He's trying to work. Nobody wants to at work, wants them to work. No one, no one wants to hire. He is a reputation as a tremendous asshole. Yes. And some of it is deserved most of it's probably deserve. I don't know. I read the piece. I kinda wanna root for him. I kind of think he's a prick. I'm sure he's a prickly, but I still kind of root for him. I don't know how to explain it. It's it's a good profile. It's not glowing. It seems fair. You talks to a lot of people Chevy seems like a bitter old man, but also like I like to, I'd like to watch something he was in and a part of because he's Chevy Chase things. Hilarious. Yeah, it goes basically through his entire life. Really interesting, good stuff. Yeah, he is. He's beefing with Donald Glover. There's a name for the young kids. Wow. So there you have it there sort of beefing. It's kinda hard to explain how you be. Who. To Saturday Night. Live Chevy of course was on the first season of Saturday Night Live, but then left after the first season. This is probably something nobody. You know, children people under fifty probably don't know that or don't realize that he got huge, but he became a big celebrity. Not only was he very funny person. He was. He was a good looking swath individual back in the day. Arguably the most handsome comedian ever, right? Arguably and people people thought he was going to be the next Johnny Carson. Yes. Another name people probably know about anyway. It's a good piece. I think you'll enjoy it. You should know about these names by the way, even if you're super young. I, I never saw Johnny Carson. He long before my time, but I'm familiar with Johnny Carson because I'm not on on cultured swine. That's right. You should not be uncultured swine familiarize yourself with basically the and and just to to put a to put a bow on the read of the week. The thesis is of course Chevy change. Chevy Chase can't change. That's what the piece is about. They talked to war Michaels, who the longtime executive producer, whatever's title is the head guy at Saturday Night Live. Yeah. Who also oversees the tonight show and the late late show, whichever one are the new show that the other, arguably one of the most powerful men in entertainment worn Mike shirt, and they're pretty much the same age basically contemporaries, but Lorne Michaels has long understood that you need to change leave the stage and come back, especially entertainment, and it's something that Chevy has not understood and it's intriguing. I enjoyed it. He's bitter. He's still great guy. I guess. He's. Enjoyed it. Encourage you to read it Chevy Chase, can't change Washington Post. Mike is read of the we. I didn't know he was sober now. He looked like shit a few years ago. Yeah, he looked really bad for while he needed to get sober, but he's been sober for about fifteen months. So he's he's on the same quitting day schedule as you go. I looked better than him. I hope but listen to this fucking rundown. Okay. If you're wondering on, like what all has Chevy Chase bit at. 'cause if you're guess if you're older than what if you didn't like or I'm sorry if you're younger than like twenty seven eight twenty eight thirty somewhere in there. You didn't get to see a lot of Chevy, especially not in this prime you missed most of, but he's been in a ton of good movies. Caddyshack nineteen eighty national Lampoon's vacation is nineteen Eighty-three which oddly this whole. First of all, I told your part of the reason I got named Ross. My dad would tell you is because of the character rusty which is Chevy Chase's sons, characters name, and in the vacation series. He would argue that that's part of the reason I got named ROY. Which doesn't make any fucking sense that all dad, that just weird. But I, I've run with it this whole time out of respect for you. All these vacation movies, national Lampoon's Christmas vacation, I guess even European vacation in Vegas vacation as well, whatever those are not very good. But those played like a huge part in my child at Christmas vacation in particular. I've watched at least a couple times a year every year since I've been old enough to care and the vacation movie straight up original as well as on believable. But yeah, I mean, it's kinda weird if you go through Chevy's whole like he's been in a lot of really good shit. He's just had an odd career though he should have been better than he ended up like you should have been hotter than he ended up a bigger deal than he ended up, and I think that's party part of the reason for the bitterness. And I'm sure the column gets into all of that at great length more more so than I ever could, but a good good read of the week and you know what we're back to normal Donald because of course, we are at the bottom of this Washington Post piece. They have three suggested pieces, and there's one called norm McDonald, former SNL star can be his own worst enemy, or maybe he's imagine IOUs or both or both. And this is a profile of norm from twenty sixteen. So it's before this, this latest thing, right? And is amazing. This one may be better than the ones that we've talked about. The first paragraph talks about how there's a writer hanging out with norm, and he sees norm over the course of an evening watching ESPN with the volume down, low, enormous condo norm, eat six conduct sandwich. Sandwiches. And at the end of it, he rubs his tummy and says, perhaps I should have eaten six of those. And if that doesn't make you want to read the normal Donald piece, you should do that. So read the Chevy cheese, chase, peace. And then at the bottom, click the normally Donald former SNL star. Yeah. And you know, you'll enjoy it to tie this all together. The next episode of norm Donald has a show that I have to watch queued up to watch is the next guest is Chevy way. Yeah, God damn, we are. We are really, we're just enor- really where we're on the same page here on. So there it is. That's shit. There's also a depressing fucking we like a like a pattern forming here at the bottom of the Washington Post after see, read the Chevy Chase calm, and then you get hit with enormous Donald former SNL star can be his own worst enemy, or maybe he's imagine user both. And then the next one is Eddie Murphy hasn't told the joke on stage in twenty eight years. He's still the funniest guy around. It's just a. This is just a rundown of incredibly talented world, famous comedians that flamed out. God save Norman Donald. I love that people have been trying to figure him out all this time to like you could probably find this exact same column written twenty times of the past twenty years is just nobody knows what the make the dude great read of the week. Thank you Mike, a time for the legal obligations. First and foremost. Required to do two things. 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