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Interview With Michael  Rooker

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

04:05 min | Last week

Interview With Michael Rooker

"I was lucky enough to speak to michael rooker a few years ago about his role as merle on the walking debt. And i'll tell you speaking of the walking dead man your death scene i think it was. I think people's reaction was a guy that people didn't like and some hate it and then in that scene you won over so many people because it was you're acting it was just. He was so cold distant. And then normand's reaction the combination of those two things. Wow wha- throughout the wealthy are morals are in that in that series even from the beginning you can see that it wasn't gonna be your your everyday average cliche redneck. Okay yeah yeah malls mal. Dixon was very complicated character. Very complicated man and so to make sure i get a good job with that was very important to me so You played with it so that the there was surprise. And and you know you find out you know. In my opinion a lot of the comments that were made on the reach a racist and sexist comments to me were not because melvin is or is not a racist sexist. it was sardonic humor and just coking. You know it was intentional. These comments were very extremely intentional. Because these people weren't letting me go. I mean they have the i. I'm not hiding being a real dick any money and they throw or being asked you know what you know. I i'm not gonna end up the beach. I mean come on five or up again. I'm i'm not high anymore. And i'm doing okay. Basically why were they still keeping me Cost in the first place. It was ridiculous it was like a punishment. Keep me in the corner and cut the to this his attitude my attitude or for all to that that portion of of the t show the only way i get you back gurgling so and all the verbal cottman i thought were. We're quite thought out and writes Very cool and just indicated Basically if you look at it again it indicates the exactly. I how intelligence guy is how he can. He can sense what you get on your nerves and so he said exactly what you don't want a year and then you hear it and you get more upset more upset. He's not doing his causing justice. I mean not making him you come over there on him and he sooner but those comments i think are his way of getting back. It was at at these people who are like you know keeping him under lock and key there so i of course nobody. Nobody even thought ever they leave me. There and i wasn't even intentional. I mean they were. They're coming back to trust me but but just happened. Someone in two left g or

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Hank Aaron, Baseball’s Home Run King Who Defied Racism, Dies at 86

Newell Normand

02:54 min | Last month

Hank Aaron, Baseball’s Home Run King Who Defied Racism, Dies at 86

"Unfortunately, on this Friday, I start with some really sad news. Incredibly sad news with reports that Henry Hank Aaron has passed away at the age of 86. Now when you talk about Titans when you talk about icons when you talk about heroes You better talk about Hank Aaron. Because Hank was all of that, and he was so much more. When Hank Aaron was a rookie in March of 1954. He got to start an exhibition game against the Red Sox, Terrance Moore wrote in the A. J. C quote. Already possessed of dramatic timing. At the age of 20, the rookie promptly drilled a ball that carry the wall flew over a roller trailers parked outside the Sarasota Park and reverberated so loudly in the Red Sox clubhouse. That the great Ted Williams emerged, as Aaron recalled quote wanting to know who would Woz who could make a bat sound that way when it hit a baseball end quote. Of Teddy ballgame. If Ted Williams is coming out of the clubhouse to find out who could make a bat and a ball sound like that, then that's pretty much all you need to know about Hank Aaron's greatness. But there is more a lot more like this moment. Non 7 14. Here's the pitch by downing swinging. There's a drive in the left center field that ball is gonna pay. Outta here. It's done. It's 7 15. There's a new home run champion of all time on it's Henry Aaron. Works. They're going. Henry Aaron is coming around third, his teammates right home plate and listen to this crowd. One of the greatest moments in the history of the game. Hank Aaron passing Babe Ruth as the all time home run King. And then, of course, Aaron would go on to break the all time record for home runs. But if that's all you think about when you think about Hank Aaron, you are missing out. It was so much more to Aaron than that. He's the all time leader and runs batted in the all time leader in extra base hits the all time leader in total bases. He's fourth and run, scored third and hits Nothing about that. The man who was known for home runs is third all time and hits Pirro's Ty Cobb and then Hank Aaron. But 20 time All Star three time Gold Glove winner, a two time batting champ. Ah first ballot Hall family. I mean, similar to Wayne Gretzky and that it's easy to forget just how good he was at everything. Is Ernie Johnson said quote. There's always been a great comparison between William A's and Hank Aaron. I think a Los Angeles writer said it best when we were playing out there and the guy wrote quote Hank Aaron does everything that Willie Mays does. But his cap doesn't fall off.

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Houston Rockets star James Harden addresses media for first time

Newell Normand

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Houston Rockets star James Harden addresses media for first time

"Everything that surrounded the reports that he wants out and the report about the partying and the overreaction to that one bad photo. Everybody was waiting to see what hardened would say when he met with the media. He was asked about whether or not he wanted to be traded. And I have to say he handled that answer pretty well. Hey, James, do you still want the Rockets to trade you? And if so, why Right now. I'm just focused on being here. You know today was good yesterday felt really good being out there in the first time, and it's just a bubble. I had really had an opportunity to go that far from five work, but for my first time being out there, I think I felt pretty good. So right. So to me, that's the perfect non answer. He pretty clearly does not want to be there. But he's not going to come right out and say it doing that would be stupid who make it awkward situation even more awkward and he's not going to do that. He's not going to diminish his own trade value by saying that he's the most miserable fat guy alive and will not spend another second there. No, not if he really wants to get out of Houston. He won't. He was also asked for his perspective on the changes around the Rockets since the end of last season. You know the departure of the G M. The head coach, Russell Westbrook, to name just a few. There's a lot of changes the entire coaches there. You know some of the front office. Ah, lot of the players. Now, this is where we are, You know, So, um, you know Coaches has done an unbelievable job of just, you know, communicating with the guys and just, you know, putting the structure in and getting things going, My man he's hand on yet hyping Stephen Silas. That's good. Because there have been questions about how he felt about Silas. And here he is hyping the new head coach. So far, he is handling himself like a pro like not killing it, Per se it the pressure, but he's winning the presser by not losing it. And then Tim McMahon asked hard about the traveling that he did before showing up in Houston. Now it's about to get nice for the record. That's the author of that piece about hardens partying. And it was time to finally separate the fact from the fiction. Go ahead. Big fella. Set the record straight. James. What was the point that you were trying to get across when you went to Atlanta and in Vegas when training camp was starting I was just training. What were you training for? Started MBA season. How did going to Atlanta in Vegas help you there when the Rockets were started training camp in Houston, just no more personal trainers. Help in exchange right there. That's pretty fascinating. First off if you haven't seen the video, Harden is wearing a sleeveless shirt. He's showing off the guns. He does not look like the morbidly obese nose tackle in a basketball jersey that summer. You were trying to make him out to be. Secondly, Maybe it's a coincidence. But right before McMahon starts talking hardened, does that kind of head roll neck pop thing, like, all right? Let's do this. Let's get this and then you have the exchange.

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MLB executives and owners want players to be vaccinated before arriving to spring training

Newell Normand

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

MLB executives and owners want players to be vaccinated before arriving to spring training

"Owners want players vaccinated for covert 19 before reporting to spring training, so they're apparently willing to shorten the season to 140 games and started May. That's according to USA Today the Players association wants to full sees him at full pay starting on time, Yankee

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Dallas Cowboys get flexed out of prime time game, replaced with Cleveland Browns

Newell Normand

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Dallas Cowboys get flexed out of prime time game, replaced with Cleveland Browns

"Real golden age of television. The peak of peak TV starts this Monday night, and it's going to run at least until the following Sunday night. Sopranos, the wire DEADWOOD Mad men Breaking bad They're all fine and well. All good shows, but they were all merely just a warm up act for the Cleveland Browns. Of course, the way that flexing goes, if the Browns air going into that time slot, That means somebody's coming out of that time slot. Ah, game previously scheduled for the night of Sunday, December, 20th is now going to be played earlier in the day. It's going to be playing the afternoon in that game is San Francisco at Dallas That is now the 1 P.m. Eastern Game on CBS. In other words, the Dallas Cowboys have been moved out of prime time so that America's team can move right in. Hell to the yes.

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Things we saw in the Pittsburgh Steelers first loss of the season

Newell Normand

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Things we saw in the Pittsburgh Steelers first loss of the season

"The Steelers the way they did the Steelers. Mike Tomlin a week earlier. Well, not even a week. That's part of the problem, but let his team up, let them up and let them know that even though they beat the Ravens, how they did it was unacceptable. And he went into Didn't change a thing. They were just is uninspired more about what Washington did. Then what Pittsburgh didn't do. But Pittsburgh didn't do a lot of the things they had to do. I've never seen a good football team drop as many passes. In fact, I've never seen a bad football team drop as many passes the hell is going on in Pittsburgh? I want to get into both those

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Facebook to Limit Political Ads Week Before Election

Newell Normand

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Facebook to Limit Political Ads Week Before Election

"Facebook announces its turning off politics when the election gets to its final stretch. CBS NEWS BRIEF Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says he's serious about stopping political misinformation. We're going to block new political and issue ads in the last week of the

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Newell Normand on w W L call or text 504 to 618 70. We're back. We're talking to Shawn Ferguson, Chief of the NOPD and chief there, um, in the Criminal Justice Committee of the Council. There's been a number of reforms that they tried to push through. One being the utilization of some of less than lethal in the aftermath of The protest on the bridge and and some other issues that have come to the forefront to do you know where we stand as to whether or not those have been adopted or not? Yes, way have been working with the council throughout this entire process has been pushed back for another couple of weeks. Before we go in front of the costal just so we can have Ah, serious conversations and we have been given the platform an opportunity to express but our concerns have been and we have seen Some revisions to the draft after after receiving our concerns, and there are a few just a few minor things that need to be worked out, but they are working with us and trying to ensure that They do not tie our hands as we are the ones responsible for the safety of the city of specifically with the tear gas. Uh, well, you know, there's been an outcry for It's completely dissolving the use of it. I'm a firm believer that that that is a tool that must remain in the toolbox. Now, how do we use it? And when do we use this is the key. Through it all, And we have been able to work out that established protocols with just that, in itself were working on establishing a civil disobedience policy and Protests protocol s o p that we're dealing with is well as to how we're going to move forward with this so they could see to have that conversation with us and the interaction to make sure that we're putting the best. Ordinates forward that isn't addressed interest of our city. But I'm just glad that there are welcoming our input at the stable and not trying to just necessarily handcuff us without talking to us. Yeah. I mean, I suspected that you would push back some because when you read some of the stories that that are coming out now Ah, the Seattle police just yesterday. I think it wass Ah! Took possession of of a van in a given neighborhood that that had Ah spike strips weapons shields makeshift seal shields that when they were doing a park cleanup They found a set of van. I'm in a tent. You know that they find all of these materials that are being located in and around where they intend to riot. You know, and yours. This is not the first incidence of this in Seattle. They found a van. Previously with all of these materials as well, not to mention Fireworks. They're shooting Roman candles at the police. And you know as well as I that you know that If you don't have flame retardant uniforms now. Yeah, you could easily You know, I have yourself caught on fire as a result of this and not to mention the utilization. Of lasers where they're actually blinding officers. Um So it would just seem to me and I and I suspected your attitude is the same is that I need more tools, not less, because I never know. I never know what the folks on the other side intend to do. All right. It is about having those tools with being able to have those tube and I'm not gonna understand concerning making sure ensuring that no law enforcement agency using irresponsibly You just cannot take the tools out of the two bodies. We have to be prepared. In the event, something does occur. You have to have a readily available so again. Those conversations have been had and continue to be had, and I think We're in a better We're definitely in a better place did in which it was when it was originally drafted, and I'll come in the constable constantly working with us as well as the community. They have taken a lot of input from the community on in using that input. But the community and taken out with I think they're crafting a good document does far We just continue to work with them trying to make sure it's in the interest of everyone. Are they going to be doing any work in and around the notion of whether or not you're going to issue summons for a certain type of conduct and activity of protesters, rioters or otherwise? And And I, and if so, Where that will ultimately be heard. There's a big issue right now Going on in the Bronx, the Bronx issued hundreds upon hundreds of summonses. That is supposed to go to a hearing officer not to the district attorney, but the district attorney there has injected herself one of these progressive d ays. Has interjected herself and said, We're not prosecuting any of these. In fact, I'm moving the court to dismiss him in all process mall. And You know, I hear stories like that. I just can't imagine how demoralizing it is to officers out on the street that go through the the exercise of putting their hands on these folks. Eliminating the risk. Reciting them. Letting them go, and they probably end up participating again and then Our public officials are saying we're going to do nothing with him. It goes back to that box that I mentioned earlier. You know, the entire system is not working. Collectively, it puts they will put the burden on law enforcement professionals, as were the bad guys were Were we keep re arresting same individuals and anomaly appears is that we're harassing them when they're up there doing it. Committing the same crimes. Today is an ordinance with regards to issuing some is in lieu of arrest, and we've had a big conversation about that. We have a strict policy with regard to when we should issue Someone s president. When an individual cannot be identified and things of that nature, there are some. There is some language in there that have been concerned with expressing. We're talking about those offenses that know that I have enhanced penalties. I don't think that we can issue some. And at what point does it become? Ah, ah state, Mr. Meaning it does escalate to our fell in the felony on on the the next violation. So some of those little things like that that we have to work through. But at the end of the day, the biggest thing is not to take the discretion away from the officer in itself has give that officer the autonomy and make a show. We have our policies in place to ensure that they are not abusing their discretion as well. Just trust our process in doing that, But we're working with the council again to ensure that this documented this ordinance. Reflects what we are doing already or what it is that we believe we should be doing. That's good news, Chief Final thoughts the hours gone already just thinking again. First thing you and your team is always for giving me the opportunity to meet with you on every month. I'm sorry I missed out on last week. I just had a lot going on last week. Oh, totally understand. To the community just know that that our department as well as myself, Mayor were very committed to the safety of our city is weak, although we've seen The increase of crime the way we're putting something, please address just that, and you will be seeing something within the next couple of weeks that I am a firm believer will put us in a different position We're dealing with out on the crime scene. Thank you again. That's the luck, Chief..

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Two new tropical weather systems could threaten the U.S.

Newell Normand

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Two new tropical weather systems could threaten the U.S.

"Depressions out there across the tropics were looking a troubling oppression. 13 out in the Atlantic expected become a tropical storm, possibly later today or tomorrow. It would give it the name either Laura or Marco, depending on which that one in trouble depression 14 would be. The other system would get the name first. Whichever one develops. First gets Laura the second one gets Marco. Now, TV 13 is expected to work its way across the Bahamas and eventually on into possibly South Florida and into the eastern Gulf of Mexico as we head into early next week as a hurricane, so we need to watch that one closely. Still, some uncertainty without one is it will be battling some drier air on its track across the Bahamas and into Florida, but we need to keep that lie on that one as well. As for 14 looks, I could become a tropical storm soon as well. That would also be moving over the Yucatan Peninsula and into the Gulf of Mexico, heading to Sunday and into possibly into parts of Texas from maybe southwest Louisiana as we head into Tuesday Wednesday of next week's of both systems, potentially in the Gulf of Mexico as we head into next week,

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Wake up and smell the cereal: Dunkin’ expands breakfast offerings

Newell Normand

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Wake up and smell the cereal: Dunkin’ expands breakfast offerings

"Coffee flavored breakfast cereal. CBs's bill Rake off reports on the new product from Post and Duncan Donuts. The iconic coffee and donuts empire is releasing two new breakfast cereals based on two of its most popular coffee drinks, caramel macchiato and mocha latte. Team up with post consumer brands. The makers of shredded wheat raisin Bran and other familiar cereals is expected to hit grocery shelves later this month. The companies say riel Duncan coffee is used in each box. Online reaction ranges from anticipation. Toe horrified yet intrigued. All right,

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McDonald's: No face masks, no burger & fries

Newell Normand

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

McDonald's: No face masks, no burger & fries

"You're grabbing lunch under the golden arches better cover your mouth and nose. McDonald's is changing its mask policy across the country. We've actually for quite some time require crew to wear masks. But we thought that it's in light of what we're seeing is prudent now that we also ask our customers to wear masks in the restaurant as well. McDonald CEO Chris captain ski on CBS this morning said customers will have to wear masks in order to be served.

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Saints' Drew Brees donating $5M to help build healthcare centers in Louisiana

Newell Normand

00:13 sec | 7 months ago

Saints' Drew Brees donating $5M to help build healthcare centers in Louisiana

"Brees is Breeze Dream Foundation has donated $5 million Toe Ochsner health system for the creation of community health centers, The health centers will offer primary and specialty care to underserved communities. In New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

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LSU prepares For The Upcoming College Football Season

Newell Normand

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

LSU prepares For The Upcoming College Football Season

"Football teams are practicing right now, with the start of the season in doubt due to the Corona virus pandemic. OLS use national champion head coach at Oh, Geron's focused on is taking the field as planned on September 9th Phillies told otherwise, the last thing you could do it. Team with their hands out that's off in the summer, and then you've gotta come. OK, now we are planned so full. I think that we're going to use that advantage that little stuff, But then it sort of season four and the pelicans have a day off in

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Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page

Newell Normand

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page

"Stones. Music Well, sort of Rolling stones have just released the long lost song. Scarlet reported it Ronnie Wood's house in 1974 on guitar Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page. Line faiths. Rich wretch plays bass in a band called The two and Infectious and raunchy Holy Grail for any stones devote a scarlet and two other previously unreleased tracks will appear on the Stones new multi format version of 1970 three's Goat's Head Soup. The album goes on sale in September.

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New Orleans Pelicans' Zion Williamson leaves NBA campus to tend to urgent family matter

Newell Normand

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

New Orleans Pelicans' Zion Williamson leaves NBA campus to tend to urgent family matter

"Some Some breaking breaking news news involving involving the the pelicans. pelicans. Let's Let's get get that that from from Steve Steve Geller, Geller, rookies rookies Ion Ion Williamson Williamson has has left left the the embassy's embassy's bubble bubble in in Orlando Orlando to to tend tend to to an an urgent urgent family matter. But the pelican say he will rejoin the team at a later day, meanwhile, were 14 days away from the season resuming what does Coach Alvin Gentry see as the biggest ki tto a playoff wrong? We're going to be successful here is going to be because about defense will be able to score what we've got to be able to do it through. A better job on the road penetration and a better job of keeping them off the board. After a day off the Pels resume practice today, scrimmages begin next week. Steve Geller,

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Kansas City extends face mask mandate indefinitely

Newell Normand

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Kansas City extends face mask mandate indefinitely

"Been extended in Kansas City, Missouri. There's other action to announced by the mayor, Quinton Lucas, With Corona virus cases on the rise. There have been a number of outbreaks relating to bars and other kind of facilities of that sort, so we're maintaining our 50% capacity women on on bars and taverns in Kansas City. Missouri had a new high for cases yesterday, 7 95 CBS's Marie of here realizes other states or shattering daily records for cases in Arizona. Inpatient hospitalization hit a record high. There are only 181 ICU beds left in this state. The virus is widespread and the more activity that is happening in our economy. The more the spread will continue. More than 2000 Arizonans have died, a new survey says. One in three Americans know someone who's been infected with the Corona virus. CBS NEWS

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Comedy legend Carl Reiner dies

Newell Normand

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Comedy legend Carl Reiner dies

"Heaven. CBS News Special Report. One of Hollywood's Kings of comedy has died. Carl Reiner, He did it all. He was an Emmy winning actor, director and writer. Reiner created the Dick Van Dyke Show and started the vein boss, Alan Brady. Where's the adoration that usually greets me when I run into a room, Alan, you know, I felt these people are supposed to be my friends. The little people. Reiner and Mel Brooks gave us the 2000 year old man. Is it true that you are 2000 years old? Oh, boy. Among his movie credits the Jerk with Steve Martin. They're the new power here. I wish I could get that excited about five years ago. He said he still enjoyed working. I wake up every morning. Anxious to get to my Equality We used to call it a typewriter on my computer and Carl Reiner was 98 years old CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve

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Record spike in new coronavirus cases reported in U.S. states as reopening accelerates

Newell Normand

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Record spike in new coronavirus cases reported in U.S. states as reopening accelerates

"The number of new coronavirus cases continues to spike in Arizona Florida and Texas CBS's Maria Villarreal were concerned with the trajectory of the scene where Dr Martin Lewis president of Houston Methodist hospitals he says the number of Kobe patients hospitalized in that city has tripled since Memorial Day governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts is also watching the spike in other states over nineteen will not take a summer vacation other states are seeing surges right now we want to avoid anything like that happening here in Massachusetts there have been few foreign official visitors to the nation's capital during the pandemic that's changing today here's correspondent we J. today the president will host his Polish counterpart here at the White House the first world leader to visit since the pandemic began all members of both delegations will be tested the virus health officials say the next two weeks will be crucial in containing new

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Will you be getting a second stimulus check?

Newell Normand

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Will you be getting a second stimulus check?

"I know you're spending a lot of time talking to folks in Washington as a lot of chatter about another stimulus round your thoughts I think it might happen for two reasons if you look at it from a purely political standpoint you have an election coming up in the fall the Republicans are in office want to stay in office Democrats always are in favor of spending more money so with both of them in favor of spending for different reasons the odds are pretty good that you will have some sort of stimulus in the fall and you know Mnuchin is already laid out his priorities so you know he's floating maybe we'll do some changes will do some tax incentives for businesses that hire so he basically says he wants to target you know some certain sectors and the two that attracted my attention where he talks specifically about tourism in restaurants so if that happened you know I think those of us in south Louisiana weather were right left or center would say let's bring it on we do need some target relief for those two

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"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"See, maybe they are because I thought we could find. Say Mansion, but you can find a pretty nice house in Des Moines. An a couple motorcycles. you're right on my. Oh, this is exciting. What will buy a half pipe? This is GonNa be Great Party off fucking day. Do Spots at night and just break even only break even. I love even down. We'll go horseback riding. Go karts festas. Molly shrooms boy, my phone. I can't wait. I can't wait all right. I'm going to do. The work makes us. Do. congrats on the new special. It's fucking. Thank you? It's going well. People are digging it and Tell a friend Sharon. Like it dominate the whole thing, a bigger pretty good money on it. I gotta be honest Ben Mowing as just as a tip to be nice, so I gotta say a big thanks to everybody. How can people venue Mo- you? Vendrell is marked. Dash Norman so it's just my name with a dash and you know. Oh, no obligation, but if you WANNA throw A. I'll take it. Yeah hope everybody stays safe and I can't wait to get back out there and I got the new stuff I'm excited to show people. I can't wait brother one month one month I'm yeah, wait I'll figure it out. I'll text you later. Okay, all right, but. All right expert happening are Marcella eight is. Not a good place to say that. Wait. Hold on! Damn. Star, David and the light. All right..

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"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Oh. Yeah, he's good. And then I also have extreme ownership by Jaakko Wilma. Is Good. would want John that Guy Jeez. An action figure. Student by Phil Knight. Oh! Yeah, the Nike Guy. the name of this book is. Becoming Kim Jong Un. Really fucking fascinating. I, did he die or not? I heard. Yeah already. Wow, that's a weird little lesbians. Asian Twenty Guy Nays, all and soft and airless cod. Other way. Can I tell you that I when I wrote that joke? Initially I really did think that they were all I named Kim. was like I I I. I was like Timoth Rhodium Kim. How confusing? The dinner was and. Then I was like Oh. Real quick and I was like Oh cool joke, and then wrote it, and then what happened was Kim Jong. UN was trending, so I got show been. I got merged into all the people taking. Do Ari. Kobe. It's Kim So, wait a minute. Do you think the The the the the offensive shit will go down a little bit after this. Think. That's when we know will. The first victim will be our sacrificial lamb to know we're back to normal. I think you're right. Getting offended. It's kind of a luxury. You know it's like I. Have so little to do that. I can call your ass out. Spend time tearing you apart, so we have time for that again. It'll. No, that's no. We're back to normal. Yeah, I mean I I thought I was going to get in trouble for my special I was talking to Tom, and he was like he was like are GonNa. I'm afraid I'm. GonNa get lit up for a couple of jokes. Those like an wisely, I said No. It's not that it'll be five months a month from now. When you make a joke about wrestling, that's going to do it for you. We'll wait. You didn't see what happened with. No Oh. On Me Fatty. What happens he I guess he made fun of wrestling fans. Oh Yeah I did hear about this hangs. Wrestling fans went ham like. NOT WRESTLING FANS! It was like it was like comics in wrestling. Why like I mean really? It was like it was really aggressive. I mean I really aggressive, but it was like a couple of comics weren't joking. What he just send these losers, or what did he say in a nutshell? he said in a nutshell, he said the retarded. And that anyone who likes? I mean I don't. I hate paraphrasing. Tom This design. And it makes him sound worse because I did a poor reputation, but phone again, but but it was like it was like. It was pretty. It was pretty. It was I thought it was funny when it 'cause, he was laughing so hard when he was saying it was like they're just they're not. He doesn't take it seriously. Ultimately, the paraphrase I will give him, but what's even funnier is like this one wrestling guy. was like number one. I. Am the W. N. E. Champion? And number two I will if I ever see you in public, I will kick your fucking ass. Both of those are real statements and tall, while in Tom wrote back. Oh, no, not the King! Tom Rebecca I saw. Wrestling's fake. Secondly you the champion of nothing you one nothing. At me. Yeah, what are you GonNa do break a fake, Jeremie, back or pretend a bunch. Meanwhile you stop foot on the ground like come on, get Outta here. Wrestling is weird if It's a Guy Pink tights. By the way, wrestling is the only sport where it's more embarrassing when you're a professional. Amateur Wrestlers Olympics. They're like these amazing guys. The World Class Athletes, progressing wearing pink tights and your names like on the the accounts I'M GONNA kill. Ya hit home to do your taxes bitch. It's very silly. Of course we're going to make fun of it and fans. You know it's silly. That's why they like it. Because it's like. Make believe that's the whole beauty of it. Yeah I I gotta be honest with you. I was a huge wrestling fan when I was a kid. I was also a fan of Santa. Claus when I was a kid I'd like to. What are we doing here? It's silly. I'm not saying wrestling fans are stupid. You know, but it's. It's it's retarded. It's make believe it's. It's kids playing around Australia through a table wearing. A HEADBAND The the I've been watching this. It's so funny as I was about to talk to Tom on our podcast I've been watching this documentary, not documentary God. Damn it, my fucking. My use of of fluff language has gotten to a fucking level. That's unheard of I was watching. I like I go. I was watching a documentary. The documentary was on fucking Vice. I. Don't TV show on It's called a dark side of the ring, really fucking fascinating. Like an old school old school wrestling fan. I think the reason I was in wrestling fan, and still to this day with guys like Rick Flair, or like or like the the the Legion of doom or the road warriors like those guys is because they partied artists. faulk. Yes, lifestyle that I think I for whatever reason I just. I've always been attracted to that element of whatever it is, you know right same with the only. I watched the Andre the giant talking I fucking love to all the beers. He drank the wine. All the women was awesome, and there was an unpredictability and I don't I. Don't follow enough pressing right now to make any statement I don't watch any of it, but like there an unpredictability to those matches with Andre, the giant and whole cogan where Hulk Hogan is like. What was going to happen? I know he was in pain. It was like I don't know maybe maybe whatever I believed in or still believe in about those still exists with like kill. Ziegler, and all those guy. I, don't watch enough of it to say the name, but so funny as I was about to talk about this documentary it's. Show, and all this came out and I was like put a pin in that. Yeah I. Think Wrestlers. Themselves are as Shit I, mean they? They sacrificed their bodies. They're doing theater for these arenas, and it's bad ass and kids love it. They're going nuts and sites, drama and I. I think that's really. But I think you should also know that is silly, and it's made up and weird, but yeah, all those the Rick Flair. She was amazing, and those guys were rock stars, and they're just comics in the sense that they had to build their way up into. Do these backyard brawls and he's weird warehouse fights in the middle of Ohio and ships. Come up with a character just like us. We have a cure. Nice guy but he's got a stage thing. You know you're only a mild mannered kind of introverted guy on stage. You're fucking handle stage up a piece of Shit real-life. But you know. He's saying it's very similar. Yeah it is I. think that's where my connection like I. One time I, saw flair on a flight and I I'm Oh, grown man, and I got.

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"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

08:02 min | 9 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"With more quicker, so yeah conveyor belt. I gotTA keep them coming because each. Why do less thirty two seconds? You know you think you'll change. You think you'll change styles into less setup. Punch less joke and go and like end up doing stories or doing more. You think you'll see yourself going that direction, or do you Kinda go like? This is what I really love like. Jane Right Right. True Yeah I think you might be right because I'm too much a coward. Do a story like I, heard your last podcast was burned. He was saying how he's. Comics need to learn how to pause like Richard Pryor, but they're too scared because it's best silence terrifying, and you have to fail so many times I don't know if I let the I liked the quick ones, because I'm in and out, and it's. It's a laugh of minute. Nagging by insecurity is is lower. But. It's crazy because your stories. When you tell a story like like I don't know, I won't share the story, but it was one of my favorite stories ever is. You know which one in target, but that was also a real time to. That was the next day. Yeah, that was the fucking was howling. Laughing we the thing. Is You have a? So I played, you know Joe Zimmerman. Love Joan so I played Isla had to her class in. Try Not to lose my track of thought here Isla had learned about Andrew Jackson in how I said to Leeann Leeann asked me if I would do it and I said Leon I of course I will. And so instead I have to drive a Georgia school, so we listen to Jo's dimmer men's joke about Andrew Jackson. And then I listened to a Reggie Watts Rogan podcast about Andrew Jackson, and then I do a seven minute podcast explaining everything you need to know about the eighteen twelve andrew, Jackson and the drill tears and Got, it. Dad. Leeann sat with your to take the test and I go, so, what did a detour of Andrew Jackson and I looked parroted Rogan fucking to TJ goes mom. He was a fucking savage. I. But what's interesting and this is my compliments you. Is that like Georgia and I? Both said God. I loved the way this guy talks. They're talking about Joe's Norman. Love the way this guy talks and I said really and I thought to myself I was like. You know what I love I love the way Bar God's. He talks like when he does his the way he just. You don't even have to have that much of a tag. something. He can just go I thought that's what we always did. And as and you're fucking on the ground. It's such a simplistic way to tell comedy, but it's you have that, too. And I was like I was thinking of this I was like. Why wish I could add that to my act, but I don't have I'm sure I'd do it. Just don't do it, but you do it. When the way you can just go like Oh and then and like, and then you can take story in level it with just your authentic like the way you talk and. So like. When, you tell stories you right so many fucking jokes inside a story that I go. I, wish I could tell a story that many punch lines I. Wish I could look at his story and go, but. Like the time you guys got hit in the run gotten a hit run and then fucking right. Stabbed or whatever yeah a lot by appreciated, but it's you know the guy in a fistfight, and he's winning the fight, but he just throwing crazy haymakers out of fear. That's me I. Feel like every line's got to be a haymaker alludes. You. Guys I think look more professional in a way because you're just like. You're getting less, but you're just so much more relaxed whereas unlike. So. That's how I feel and I. I don't know if I can keep it up for the rest of my comedy career. It's a lot of work. Do you ever think we're? Going right now it's I. Don't think it'll be I. mean do you. When do you think it will start back up in New York this transition into a summer? I mean the beginning of priorities. For lucky and then it's going to take months before it actually comes back to normal. You know it's going to be like people nervous. Go Out! Be twenty-five percent capacity all that bullshit to come back to normal. You might be looking February or something or Are you thinking about balancing to one of these for lack of better words, red states where they've opened up boundaries and just getting on stage every night. Yes, completely I, I I've got a good offer I can't. Divulge it right now, but. What? You thought. Are you talking about like an touring offer? Now No big. Taping a really. Later. Police the. But it's it's like. Have you thought about like balancing down to say Florida? or Atlanta or Omaha. Taxes and yet so Italy. That's what I'm saying I'm really considering it because I want to run it like. I did a zoom the other day, and it was all crushing, because I couldn't even remember my own act and I wanted to kill myself. I felt like I was a basketball player who could dribble all of a sudden I was like Oh hold on I'll get it, and I couldn't remember. It is my active done a million times. It was killed me. Yeah. It's I. Wish I didn't have a FAM-. That's not. Back. Let me take back. With me get. That out there, but it was originally. Girls would let me move Austin or somewhere. That was had like an a stage. We Israel. Or Omaha Yeah. Yeah you. You'd be a star. They're like Oh, or racers year lets you can sell out a ton of shows also because it can only fit. Fifty people show anyway doing every about. Every night at Larry the cable guy in. AUKS! have local guys would drive around from all parts of the country and do spots and just do like an open Mike. Do It at twenty percent capacity or fifty percent capacity, so you're selling out every fucking night. Yes, completely, and it's GonNa. Take a so long like where it's like we're boxers. We've been just eating lean cuisines watching. A YEAR NOW WE'RE GONNA go back and fight. It's GONNA be hideous. We're going to be shipped. I've been texting with friends about like what when when is it going to start back up again? What are we going to do and you know there's so many crazy offers out. of La of like. Where do you go in the meantime like when we'll tour and pick up? Right right, yeah, it's tough I'm so lucky I put this special in the Canon January, it was like. fucking lucky so lucky and I mean I hate to come Tessler, but. If! There's a pandemic on what it out you know. Let's let's put it out now. People can't lean. It's like the traps. So what was the did? was there a thought process of shoot it and then try to sell it as opposed to putting on Youtube. Of course. Yeah, I was like I. Think I got a pretty good shot I'm getting steam here to Rogan's always finally selling out all I shows, and I've never been successful, so I was like this is pretty big for me, so this'll help and still nothing and they basically said if you're If you're a guy who looks like, you gotta be a theater guy. That's where we're going and get it there on the Seinfeld the Ellen's. You know he's our heavy hitters. Oh, you mean like performing theaters not like a theater guy. Yeah sorry sorry yeah. Remember Brophy I'm from the fucking eighties and nineties. Right yeah, they don't want they don't want. That guy they want. They don't want Hamilton. They want Delia. So So, I'm not that guy, and so they said no thanks, they will be in touch with a half hour or something. And I said all right, and so I said Fuck. It was put it out and people are at home. put it out now. Sam Did it and in a lot of success with it, but he did it when the world normal lease.

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"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Newell Normand on your Friday. The weekend is finally here. Ladies and gentlemen, we made it and it's a holiday weekend. Good Friday today. And then the Easter weekend ahead of us, and the weather could not be more perfect for our Easter Sunday. Joining me in studio, rare treat I didn't know you were coming up is chef Kevin Belton. Hey, chef how you doing? I'm doing great. I love that. You wear your WWL TV outfit up here your uniform as it were. I guess so I'm gonna have to get a deputy wwl radio hat like you have. All right. What was he we can get you on before you leave? I took me twenty years to get. I totally understand. I finally got one. I was like where did those hats? How come I don't have one? I've been here twenty two years, and I just got this a couple of years ago. So you'll probably get one today because well, you know, you're the chef. We asked to have Belton to come on up and come on over from WWL TV because we were talking as we were planning the show about our eating holidays. And we all know all the specialties that we have for Christmas that are so uniquely New Orleans for thanksgiving, so many uniquely New Orleans meals, and I got to thinking is there a uniquely New Orleans Easter tradition. Is there something that across the board people in New Orleans want to eat for Easter? And I honestly didn't know. And I said, well, let's get Kevin in here because hill. No. And I think what we've been finding just from the little bit of feedback. I've gotten from the listeners so far is there's a lot of family traditions that families eat the same things you're in Europe for Easter. But it's not as universal as maybe Christmas or thanksgiving. Well, you know, what I think it's the same dishes. We have at Christmas and thanksgiving minus Turkey. Yeah. I only want to Turkey at thanksgiving Turkey any other time of the but this is the time season for the ham Bego. Hamm comes out that scored and has the cloves poked in it, and it has the pineapple in cherries on it. So this is the big ham time, I think big ham time is that true for your family. Text us at eight seventy eight seventy in calls at five oh four to six. Oh, one eight seventy if you have any questions about preparing that eastern meal or you want any tips from chef Kevin Belton. He.

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Back to Newell Normand on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 tax eight seventy eight seventy four tweet at WWL AM FM. We've been talking to Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies center for immigration studies. And she revealed during the course of our conversation. And in fact, the numbers now are greater than they were under the Obama administration went under Obama and the Obama administration they refer to the southern border as a crisis. So why is it not a crisis? Now, the Democrats continue to say, it's a manufactured crisis. And in fact, spent a long time yesterday during a congressional hearing with the secretary General Department of homeland security asking silly questions. They were silly people asking silly questions as though a lot of this has an existed on attacks. They come from Nicaragua. Where your so called mother? My so called mother, really. You got to you got something better than that. Which I doubt because you would have some empathy your rhetoric speaks of your whiteness, really. You know, not of what you speak. This is a question of simply put the rule of law. In the rule of law. There are outcomes that are ugly..

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Newell Normand, live and local on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 or text eight seventy eight seventy. On a blue runner opinion poll. How did you spend Sunday during the big game? Seventy percent of our respondents said they did something other than watch the game. Only fourteen percent said they watched the game twelve went to the French quarter to a block party and two percent. Went to Fulton Street. Huge numbers out there. Let's go to line three talk to roads. Let's say you roads. Hey, what's going on, man? I just gotta say that. I'm really really proud of the city yesterday. I live in everybody was out over here. Doing a second line. It seemed like it seemed like Monty God day. But also what I'm really struck by it almost seems like it's bigger than the game itself that the whole city was galvanized, regardless of any of our differences against corporate mismanagement, like the NFL, and it's CEO or leaders like essentially a corporation, and we were just like, you know, we're not your pond there's like you have to think that somewhere some CEO's are a little freaked out by looking at an entire city turn against their product. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Do you? Do you feel like they have completely underestimated the impact of this? I think so I mean, I think that was pretty important, and you know, people are tired of people in power, mismanaging, obviously, transparently and. I don't know. I think New Orleans is shows maybe the country the right way to protest this kind of abuse. Yeah. I mean, I think I agree with you. I've been very proud of the manner in which they've handled themselves, and I just sometimes I'm at a loss though. Because I believe that the remedy was just so simple in so straightforward and right there obvious in their face. They stare the obvious interface and walked right had a book that a rule on the book. They could they could have done something to at least. Like, it's too bad. That miscall was Colin cameras. So well, but like they could have done something. A little bit. You know, we give them a public money to help run. These teams like this is part of our livelihood, and our culture, but it's also part of our like finance as Americans, and it's part of our cultural tradition. So I don't know. Yeah. Are you one thing after watching the views from so many different camera angles both intentional and unintentional? You better watch where you put your hands on the sideline. That's for. Sure. There's no privacy on that field. I can promise you that. Well, we'll see everyone saw it. And was like, it was just such a blatant outrage in a culture, national culture, that's tired of blatant. Outrageous. So we had a good time. What's your reaction to the fact that a number of other cities, not just within our media reach, but outside of our media reach that had have done the same thing that we did. They just said we're not watching. I mean, nobody did it like us. No, one was like galvanize beyond all all differences. Like what happened here was really beautiful. But I think yeah. Like, I said earlier people are tired of. This kind of unfair balance of what seems like a corporate interests. That isn't true to reality. You know what I mean? Yeah. Absolutely roads. Thanks so much for the call. Appreciate it. Let's go to Jeff. Let's say you, Jeff. Hey, how're you doing doing? Good doing good. Hey, listen to my city. I wasn't able to get out you needed to celebrate its yesterday. I did watch the game one of the nation's that did. And I'm here to tell you that the duty work. Most guys are not aware. What's four twenty eight left under park, Jared, dos and it through will drive onto what? And he threw a pass to the corner of the right, right? Our situation was two weeks ago. Depending cooks there was passing the chance for sports talk on the field next play patriots intercept. Yep. So once again, I'm not sure if it's coincidence, a caramel Riboud. But man, I tell you what I saw the replay of that play late last night, probably around twelve thirty and the defender had his arm. Left. Yeah. And and then you look at it and show slowly clearly passionate officials. Are. Guys. No flag. Yep. And then the next play as you said interception. So it goes right comes around. I get I get. I guess so thank you Jeffrey. She the call to a break. Stay with us. Give us a shout to six oh, one eight seventy Texas at eight seventy eight seventy we'll.

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Cohen in for Newell Normand. But joining us now live from Washington DC is no Norman. Hey, dave. How are you? Well, it's sunshine breaking through the clouds now here in downtown New Orleans and sixty one degrees. What are things like where you're at? Well, here it's twenty three snowy and a wind chill down to about fifteen or fourteen degrees. Not jealous at all. A little different. We had a great morning. This morning, we visited the tomb of the unknown soldier king Ray Brandt and Queen Alexandra far presented a wreath at the tomb. And we saw the changing of the guard. The snow was coming down. I mean religious poor down or just such as Serena that really beautiful and everybody was touched by it was really nice. You know, I think people miss off in all the majesty and service that is associated not only with the DC mardi gras, but mardi gras here at home to a lot of people see the parades. They see the floats. They see the balls. I see the parties, but many of these organizations do a lot of service to the community, and there's a lot of majesty and honor associated with it. And this I think would be a good example of that. There certainly is there's any number of not for profits that they help up here as well. And the next event we're just heading to at the present time is the economic summit forum back at the Hilton hotel, and that will be what is presented today for lunch where they talk about the economy on a national level, and how it affects our economy and the state Louisiana on the local level of ASA featured speakers and looking forward to that as well. What's the mood like that? You've been able to discern from the officials you've met with from people you've seen in Washington. You know, of course. You know, we get the feeling that the gridlock there. The anger the frustration there with the government shutdown and everything else that it's just kind of a mean, ugly unfriendly place, are you finding that? Well, I think there's a lot of talk and a lot of chatter about they have to pass that that gridlock that they have here. I'm not so confident that that said it'll happen, but I can sense in a lot of the members voices that they're frustrated, and they would like to move past this gridlock. And but they're not exactly sure how to go about doing it. Unfortunately is kind of just that. I'm getting for the conversations. Does that give you hope or what do you think the future holds? Six. The next test is gonna be next week. February fifteen is gonna be, you know, the next possible date for another government shutdown. I know the committee that's been empaneled to try and work out the compromise. I've been told is working feverishly to try and get this compromise. The local news recently reported that they seem to have come to some resolution on a number of issues, which is a good thing. But we'll have to see whether or not there will be any funding for wall, which I think is what the sticking point is that one item. So it'll be interesting to see what happens there. Yeah. The president doesn't seem to believe he's got much of a snowball's chance as it were to get that funding. So there's increasing talk now the buzzes that he's looking more and more closely at declaring an emergency and emergent using emergency funds to go in that direction. Of course, we'll keep you posted here on WWL. Here's what you got. Look forward to.

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"There was a problem when I was younger to cigarettes three cigarettes. It was it was my mom. She was always needed to something you need to get rid of them. That was her thing as time went on and smoke of started falling out of fashion. It society at rule started changing gave the jewelry chance. I liked it found that it really works to switch was easy. It was a no brainer. Rarely. But now that I look at people who spoke rarely. Still doing is an alternative to that. Right. You don't have to do that the person that. I'd like to think that I am is because of her. This came from her really. Patrick made the switch December twenty sixteen make this which at you'll dot com. That's J U L dot com. Warning. This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Newell Normand, live and local on WWL, call 504-260-1870 or tax eight seventy eight seventy. A lot of time. I mean has got to be an NFC championship checklists. Got to work on the voice. We'll talk about some preparation there. You gotta get a noisemaker. Gotta figure I got to be creative. There. You know, the blink is going to be really important clothes. Hats glasses shoes? You got the ladies. You can't do handbags. You gotta bring those little clear plastic purses in air, but.

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Back to Newell Normand on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 tax eight seventy eight seventy or tweet at wwl AM FM. On the blue runner opinion poll did last night's win. Make you more or less confident in a trip to the Super Bowl eighty percent of the respondents say more nominate number two because when all things are not going. Well, the ability to stand up in the face of, you know. Controversy or. Or any other issues or problems that are presented and you're able to work through it imply through it and still get to the win. I think that says something let's go to line one talk to her and Muraro what say you her. Yeah. I am. I am confident is Applebee's. Guys are finding a way to win. But what I wanted to tell you would reason why the saints won that game was because of Cam. Made a big to do about the bottle why and the same with the wind. Instead of him. Using it and said it. To do with the TV. Those board every time they hit him. Hanson. Well, it was the Cam Newton that we wanted to show up right? Wasn't the other Cam Newton? And it was funny as we in my group of friends were sitting around we felt like in the first quarter. He had shown enough that it was. It was the the good for us. Cam Newton that was that was playing a game. And now not good for them Cam Newton. So that that that was a positive, and I can't disagree with you. I am you know. And it was great to see Eli apple pull interception down on trying to get the ball to him in a corner of the end zone and really played them tough. And and I thought that was a big game changer for us. Yeah. Get more, exactly. That kid is incredible. League. Thank same thing. Well, her thanks so much for calling. Appreciate it. Let's go to Dr Doral onto Sal, Darryl. Hey do. I'm fine. I have a question about last night's game. I can't find a dancer. Bobby was too busy flies and his gums last night that I get into. Yeah. On a play where we were going for the two points. And k intercepted the ball. Like the four yard line. Ran all the way back down. Why did they get two points for that? I don't understand that. Because that while the rule is is on extra points. And and two point conversion if you know, you don't convert it and they run it back for a touchdown. That's what the rule is. You get it's yeah. It's like, it's essentially a safety is what it is. But you got the two points that they get. So if it had been we were going for one point they intercept that they would have got one point. No, they would have gotten to points as well. So it was considered a safety, right? Really? But that's what that's what the rules are. So if you if you stop it, and you're able to convert it into a touchdown. You get two points. You get two points because. Okay. Well, we didn't understand that. Yeah. And it was funny. Because when I saw it happen. I immediately thought they were it was a touchdown. And then I recalled enough then I recall that no that's not the rule. You know, because it you're you're going for extra points in and you'd already scored the touchdown. So, but yeah, okay. So but nonetheless, nonetheless, I don't know about you. But it drove me crazy. Drowsy, crazy. And we're all thinking, wait a minute. This is not a touch back. This is not any. Why did they only get to? So we couldn't we kept bragging are trying to figure out. So we call this guys. A lot of people. I think we're like what's going on. That's when you Google it. Okay. I tried to Google. Tried to Google. What would I Google to find this rule failed failed extra point return? Okay, failed extra point. The detri-. Okay. I can't wait to tell you. All righty. We'll be right back. Gotta get to a break. If you're on hold stay on hold. We're gonna come back to the talk line when we return this is Newell on WWL..

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

WWL

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Newell Normand on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 text eight seventy eight seventy or tweet at WWL AM FM. Newly-installed executive director gossard Corban for the New Orleans sewerage and water board says we're struggling there's no question about it. Let's go to line one talk to James James. Hello. Yes. Dame's welcome. I didn't hear the normal sound your guest to grow. It onto very good point something it's been a very upsetting to me for a very long time. And that is the the free loading tax exempt organizations. I guess the IRS code for five oh one C threes. Talk about giving exemptions such as property tax exemptions where they don't pay any. Well, I know you've heard of the bureau governmental research in for years. They have been highlighting the fact that in the city of New Orleans. The latest estimate is nine in twenty eleven that sixty percent six zero percent of the property value in the city of New Orleans is off the tax rolls by values by by value and the local taxing authorities. They say. Dale cannot collect something like a hundred and twenty five million dollars a year in revenue because of this the tax exempt organization now there's not a lot of chance of changing the IRS code. But in Louisiana, wonderful created Louisiana. It's an exception to what a what a what a surprise broad exemptions for not for tax exempt organizations they can own property which is not central to their purpose their function their mission people like fraternal organizations. Labor unions other nonprofits, if they own a piece of property that is just sitting there. Maybe they have future plans. Maybe they bought it for investment, whatever the reason or maybe they use it as a parking lot, and they could even earn revenue from it. They they don't take. Let's say it's a school the school loans in Jason piece of property. That's just sitting there not only is the property on which their facilities are located exempt from property tax. But that extra piece of land. No, what this great. Does this new from? What what these people are saying? I agree with you James. Ridiculous that you can build a banquet hall under a five. Oh, one C three designation to utilize for your members. But then you can also put that banquet hall into the stream of commerce gain revenue from it compete with other businesses who are paying property taxes. So you have a distinct advantage from a pricing perspective and sewage position, and water boards finance and and administration you you don't committee pay learned exactly, yesterday you that know. the Did drainage they have tried system to lobby the portion legislature? of They the sent overall them a letter system in March of two thousand seventeen has no I'm cash looking at it right now on the internet the executive pleading director says. with the Louisiana legislature just Kasan to cut Corbin down that the excessive they are struggling excessive exemptions in here to talk of to what us you about just talked that is about. Joe You Jerusalem know? Okay. member If if you of the think New Orleans it's a great city idea council. they sold Joe for welcome social to the show. good things like hospitals, Good morning Newell. and educational How are you? institutions So Joe, let shouldn't me just pay started property out this on way. you I know, mean, that they knew they use that they were for spending the school. down But as a you lot just put of money it up, you're not in paying the aftermath property of tax the floods on in other July property. and August the twenty seventeen I think they should and at it least doesn't four take elements. a financial Police wizard protection, to figure they're out not what paying the burn fire rate is protection. in They're not a paying year later streets now as little Utah. over a year Well, later and drainage is what he was the addressing revelation, it's wrong. we have no It's cash. an anachronism, and it needs to be changed. Yeah. Newell. We No, spent I agree. about I mean, eighty I million think dollars the only exception on the back end to that would and be front end a to the system publicly to make sure owned the catch utilities basins and and services interior pipes and power that and pump you know, or government in the positions stuff that that they it needed is a five. to be. Oh, one is But at as the same well. time, we For have example, a limited hospitals pot of money public service that district goes, towards Spitaels drainage. And so public we service needed a district touting emergency one management eye on making sure in of the city in was EMS safe. But also one things I of that on nature, setting us but all up for of these the future. others if they once they So enter just for into the benefit of the listeners the field of the commerce pot of money and put for these properties the drainage industry Macomer canals competing. in the subsurface stuff is Against an advocate other for tax a property private tax. organizations So many mills that provide that that same are associated service. to I that that think generate the revenue if the exemption for is the there, drainage the exemption system. Correct. should be That's eroded right. So away there's there's by the amount three of profit different systems that you're making there, sewer, at least water at the very drainage least the sewer in in the in waterside those activities. or supported And once by again, what if I we could get in our according bills to every the month bureau of government and or research those or subject to sixty ten percent percent increases of James, until I got a twenty twenty by contrast. hard break. And I to appreciate say your also call in they have get a about great weekend. now hundred million We'll be dollars right back. We're in talking projected about revenue the every cash single reserves. year. 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"normand" Discussed on WWL

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"With WWL traffic from the WWL traffic center. I'm Kelder summers. Traveling on the causeway all cones have been picked up and all lanes are reopened with a dense fog restrictions lifted in both directions. I ten leaving battery going toward the plaza. No delays. But leaving Kenner heading toward battery. We do have heavy traffic from Williams to power, no delays on the Pontchartrain expressway river bound or lake bound and leaving the CBD going toward Slidell. Also, no delays on I ten heading to the West Bank on the connection. We do have light congestion there. But if you're heading to the east Bank from West Bank from the Bank traffic on the connection is stop and go from chapter to lose to the Superdome. That's because we had an accident earlier there at Earhart boulevard. Traffic brought to you by walk on. No, you don't show up just on game day being your best takes practice and lots of it. That's why we're here all week long fueling fans. So come in any day to warm up for the weekend. Walkathons it's game day with a taste of Louisiana data traffic tip. Call WWL 504-260-info. Newell Normand, live and local on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 or text eight seventy eight seventy. Nobody will ever deprived the American people of the right to vote accept the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting. Franklin Roosevelt line to Bobby on the West Bank. What say you, Bobby?.

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

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06:09 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Back to Newell Normand on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 text eight seventy eight seventy or tweet at WWL AM FM. That can on the blue runner opinion poll is the sending of fifty two hundred troops to the Mexican US border appropriate. Eighty seven percent of the respondents say yes, considered a following when we talk about whether or not we have enough here in order to be able to handle all of the issues that we have. And we talked about family separations. We talked about all of the reasons that folks want to come to this country, and we understand why. But is there enough to handle the issues that we have the United Nations just recently issued a report with the calls the conditions for homeless residents in the San Francisco Bay area. Tin crew include San Francisco and Oakland, cruel inhumane and a violation of human rights. This report comes on the heels of a fact-finding mission that assess the state of homeless encampments in okay? Oakland and San Francisco the report calls on cities to provide more affordable housing and eliminate policies that restrict access to food water and basic health services. This is the real deal though. These harrowing conditions according to the article prompted her to group San Francisco among cities late moon by India. And delhi? India? And in case, you don't know about deli deli. India is the most polluted city in the world. These cities are known for some of the poorest and dirtiest neighborhoods in the world. In a statement to the East Bay express far. Hi, who's the Representative from the UN compared the Oakland camps to a low income dwelling in Mexico City that had no running water was forced to steal electricity. They found in their investigation that the streets of downtown San Francisco were dirtier than slums in Brazil Kenya. In india? Now, when we think of all the money that we're spending dealing with this particular issue, and that we have conditions like this. And I've said this before and a lot of people are saying, why do you always go to the west coast because they these problems all start there, and it moves across the country, and as we begin to see more and more homeless encampments here and throughout throughout this country. This is what we are going to face in it. It highlights the situation that yes, this is the greatest country in the world. But that does not mean that we do not have our challenges. And it does not mean that we are perfect by any stretch of the imagination. But what it does mean in what it reveals each and every day. Is that there's not enough money to go around a handle our own problems? And when we start talking about other people's plight where is the safe haven for these folks where do they apply for asylum? You tell me let's go to line to Jeff on the West Bank. What's what say you? Jeffrey, good morning. Have a good topic? And you and your opinions on your topic is pretty good this morning. I must say. Thank you Jeffrey. I'm glad we aligned today. We meet in American people. We don't want sit down and have grown, folks. Mature conversations on this issue. This is my this is my. Yes, sir. We don't need for one hundred million people in America. We don't eat five hundred meter run America. Has to be really a cap on immigration. And it shouldn't it shouldn't be. And there is. We do have a cap, and and that's the what the problem is. No one wants to wait to fill that cap number each year. They wanna come. Now, they don't wanna wait. They want to circumvent everything that we've put in place and assess for what's in the best interest of this country violate that swim across the Rio Grande overstay of visa, or whatever and disappear into the masses of this country. You know, I think so many things I do believe it. I do believe there's a conspiracy behind this. I do nothing to be. To be ashamed of to believe that there's conspiracy behind him. I look at I look at how I look at some of the migrants. How do you how do you dress? How you look demand tourism? If they have look look like they've paid in a day or so look like they've been eating look like somebody's supporting this. I'm not gonna go. I'm not gonna go there. Jeffrey, just because I have no empirical data to support that just throughout. Yeah. I mean, my point is simply this the issue surrounding this. Problem are overt narrow parent enough. We don't even have to waste our breath talking about a conspiracy because it is front and center in our face in until we address this situation and look at ourselves critically in the mirror every morning when we wake up and understand we are failing each other by not pressuring congress to take the appropriate action necessary in order to deal with this issue. Jeffrey gotta get to a break. Thanks so much for calling. We'll be right back. This is Newell on WWL..

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"normand" Discussed on WWL

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05:56 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on WWL

"Newell Normand, live and local on WWL. Call 504-260-1870 or text eight seventy eight seventy. On a text line listening to you and many of your listeners cackling giggle about the subject of female sexual assault tells me all I need to know about the state of half of our country. No one's cackling about the the state of sexual assault. What we're cackling about is. The fact that folks are trying to make consumption of alcohol synonymous would being a sexual assaulter and trying to connect those dots using evidence such as a keg party or drinking Bruce skis and trying to drill down on a calendar. As to how many nights over a summer. Judge cavenaugh drank beers in order to determine whether or not he lied to congress as it relates to his self reflection as to whether or not he drank excessively. That is the irony. Of this situation because they don't have any corroborating evidence as it relates to the initial charge while the second charge or the third charge. They don't have anyone that remembers that or is brought forth a single scintilla of evidence to suggest that that happens. So what did they go to? They went to to fellow students and said, oh, I saw Brad Kavanagh drinking. So if Brett Kavanagh's lying about the amount of drinking, therefore, he asked to be lying about everything else. The facts are is that that is subjective in nature as to what is excessive would may be excessive for me may not necessarily be excessive to you. But yet we're going to try and develop a theory around a perjury charge on this situation. Let's go to line five talked to Mike what say you, Mike happy. No, listen. I I agree with everything you said and know even mentioned, your your anger, and I know kind of where you're just like, I know where I'm at. And I'm I'm fine with that. But can we at least, please? When we're talking about this, stay truthful, you had a caller before said when we're talking about her because everybody has their reasons for picking their side. She didn't remember the year. She remembered here came up in court. That's the reason he brought the calendar because she said it happened in the summer of eighty two which is one of the reasons why. That that that is where she ultimately ended up. She said I that had happened in the mid eighties. And then it happened in early eighties. And then she came back and said it happened in the summer of nineteen eighty two. Okay. But he said that she didn't remember she. Well, that's not an indication of not remembering I mean, she ultimately resolved to nineteen eighty two. But that wasn't like that. She immediately. You know, remember that from the first instance nineteen ninety two summer nineteen Ninety-two. Okay. But as he said, it did it sound to me because I heard what he said that he said that she didn't remember when it happened. She did ten point the year in the summer. So she ultimately ultimately. But that's not what he said. And and then another one that keeps coming up that tends to bother me more talking about being truthful is they like to bring up the fact that, you know, with the therapists notes, and whatever she didn't name him to the therapist. But she did say that she was a freshman. This guy was a junior they were he came from an elite boy school. They circle them the same French in the same area, and he's ADC judge. So wouldn't it be pretty easy to Google the other DC judge that fits that description? All I'm saying is, you know, we wanna poke holes when we pick a side to her story, and you know, in in tooth fall. The point the point was not that she tried identifying the point was whether or not she did what she did to other people. She told the right husband. And you think the husband the husband said she said Cavanaugh in the in with the. While she was meeting with her. I just lost. My train therapy. The therapy. Couple therapy. It was the husband. That's right. Correct. But that was a different therapist. So and then and then and just real quickly. I it does bother me. And you're you know, you've talked about this before and and early on before we got to the circuit. You can't even mentioned how there's memory lapses. And and there's things that happened that are particularly normal. And I just find it odd that we we want to focus on what she says now and take the focus off of when she actually said it, I do think it is pretty important that she started talking about this six years ago. We want us we want to forget about that aspect and talk about poking holes in what she doesn't remember. But we wanna leave out like you said, well, there's things a false accusation. I agree with you typically because the the qs is covering up something day did or some kind of revenge. I don't remember too many cases where somebody six years before they became public started mentioning somebody as a false accuser. So I've had that in in my. Forty year career any number of cases, at that has come up and they've come up in all kinds of different ways in towards the end of the week. I'm talk about some of those cases because they highlight the difficulties in this. He said, she said who do you believe what facts, do you believe? But when you think about what maisy Hirono said that, you know, you must believe the accuser and men just have to shut up. That's that's not the solution either. And I think that's the backdrop to a lot of the frustration. That's out there got to get to a break. We'll be right back. This is Newell on.

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04:17 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on Hi Haters

"I'm not actually wearing gloss just have like herpes which is way better than wearing lip gloss. Yeah, I've been there. You're good. Actually I haven't, but I'm trying to make feel. Yeah, thank you. I appreciate your kindness. Let's very popular. It is these days one and four. Yeah, real original. Yeah. Now really what the heck. All right. So welcome to the studio. Mark Normand is here and Norman normal. I was thinking, I just watched the birdcage are on. I think it's in my head. Thank you producer Brian. Just walked in the fresh air cut. We are here with comedian Normand off to a great start. I already got his name wrong, but we just are so happy to have you here today and should we kick it off with with a little hater talk? Yeah, because I, I think one of the worst things about being comedian has gotta be traveling going to a city like San Antonio, like I think you know Francis, like our guy Francis. He came down here San Antonio, just have a bunch of fat people eat nothing, but tacos talking shit to him. He's an attractive Ahrvard educated guy. I imagine you being a track fella to go onto different cities around the block. You get some dumb ass, hey, to it's brutal and hates coming from all angles. Now you get like the just the general animal's fat douche knowing guy hate, and then you get like the social Justice hate, and then you get the year unoriginal hate to get the comedy nerd hate. So it's getting hate all over the anal from all angles. Yes. So I wanted to know, is there. City on your travels. Every time you go, you're like, I know this is going to be, oh, Jesus, a few Youngstown, Ohio, brutal prime. My my least favorite. I hate to eight to call you out there. Wichita, Wichita, which Tolan Kalamazoo. My worst bomb of all time was Kalamazoo happen there. I was opening for Amy Schumer at a an arena. Twenty thousand people sold out. Kalamazoo here we are packed out baby and she's like, I think I'm gonna produce your special, but I wanna watch some of your act and you know, get a real taste for it. And I said, Jared, great. And the act was really ready to go. And I just went up and I got zero like not a chuckle not a throat, clear tea, not a que- not only and she was walking people. People. And that's pretty big accomplishment. It's so yeah, it was. It was horrific and I was pouring sweat and my ASO's bleeding. There's a moment where you go like, fuck it. I'm just going to ride this out and I've already been bombing for ten minutes. I was doing twenty twenty-five. Yeah, that like after a while you're fighter flight kicks in and you're kind of like, ask, grew it. Let's just enjoy this. And the end. Oh, no, no, no. I never read my big closer. Got nothing. It was all brutal. God. Avant Davis a player for the bills yesterday, just quit and halftime. Do you ever have a show that's going so bad where you like, you know what? Fuck this. I'm just out of here. I have the self-esteem for that. I know friends who will be like, fuck you. I'm not. I'm better than this you. You shouldn't treat me like this, but I don't have that. You can beat my ass and I'll just take it. You hung in there after the end of that show, did Amy Schumer thing? Do you? She like that was a rough or well, she's super cool. And so she was like, yeah, that was rough. Wish that wasn't the one I was gonna watch to produce your special. But the next night I had a great set. So we're off doing something that night. She's completely missed it now. Yeah, she never really watches. So that night she watch and it was. It was the one night I really horribly bomb, so as horrible timing, but we got through it, but I've never left during a show, but w-. One time I did a gig and Florida college and I get there. It's all black, which is fine, but you're gonna follow the rap group and I was like, okay, and it was like this rap killing towel around the head spinning it like jumping up and down the place going crazy. And I was the only white guy there, and the Booker was like, just wanna let you know it's very diverse like, oh, it's not just me..

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