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Fresh update on "novak" discussed on Terry Meiners and Company

Terry Meiners and Company

04:12 min | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "novak" discussed on Terry Meiners and Company

"Seven If you don't understand that you're in the wrong business, and he spins and turns away in the Secret Service. Guys are like, Okay. Do you really mean it this time because we'll start walking with He again? Okay, He's going back there and then they close ranks again and off he goes. Anyway, so it's always great theater. Great to see all that business is better than not talking. That's the way the best way to look at all that stuff. President Biden finishing his long trip to the G seven and then with NATO and then or is it NATO? And then with who is over in Geneva. So there you go on our broadcast. Today we have the former CEO of Yum brands. He's got a book, talking about effective marketing his name's Greg Creed. I think he's Australian. He's quite a character. But he's also the guy who was in charge. After Novak left, David Novak left, and then we saw some of the dismantling of Yum ZMA muscle here locally, So we'll get into that topic as well as his book, which is why he wants to talk. But anyway, we'll get to that a little bit later on. Also U S. Senator Rand. Paul joins us A little after five o'clock today on the electric radio. We'll talk to the Kentucky venues, CEO. Mr Beck is coming back on the broadcasts. I think we're gonna do this once a month where he's going to visit with us because it kind of gives us a gauge of what's happening. Tourism wise and booking shows and so forth. And then yesterday I was informed by someone at the Ali Center that I will be speaking with someone named The red pill. And if we figured out who this is, because I can't find anything online. Whoever the red pill is not 100% who it is, but it sounds like a matrix reference to me. It has to be. That's all I found online. When I look up the red pill, Yes. Do you want the red pill or the blue pill Neo. The Knowledge fest is that Ali Center There's also It's the black market places up this weekend, and they're going to be doing that at fourth Street Live. I was down there earlier today with a woman named they show on trade BUE. She goes by nay. And I've interviewed her before, but she has set up a whole. System of black owned businesses. And then speakers and performers who will be 1/4 Street live. So that's this. I think these things are all working in concert the knowledge fast over to Ali Center and then at fourth Street Live black market Place focus because it's Juneteenth. So anyway, all that's coming up, and I'm fascinated to find out who this red pill is Riff. It's It might be an inanimate object. I don't know. I'm just fascinated. I've never before and the booking came via text, mysterious text to my phone Terry miners You have a place to help the knowledge? Yes, I do. I was text back. And then this mysterious texture came back with. I have guests for you next Wednesday and Thursday. This was last week. And I'm like, great. And then I asked the mysterious texture yesterday. Hey, view ever book whoever is coming on, And then all I got was the red pill. I'm like, Okay, this is getting X shooting, so we'll find out who the red pill is coming up. This is this could be the show that I tape and actually keep a copy of for the future or might have it buried with me. Cremated with me one of those two and then the sports of plenty. Plus, uh, Ian, I found a uh, video or an audio and video recording of all the parents screaming and hollering over in eastern Kentucky at the the Kids baseball game where they bleeped out. The curse words. Oh, good. There's not much audio left. Yeah, The one I watched wouldn't have had a whole lot of people losing their minds as they say, and, uh, Where that luckily the Biden and Putin's summit came up. Which sort of just wiped out that as a national story to disgrace Kentucky with little League parents punching each other in the face. There you go. And what else is on here to going to brawl there, bro here. Something else that top O. Our our team in the basketball tournament is apparently out now signing we we got we got to drill down into that coming up a few here on news radio 8 40 W H A s Hi..

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Novavax Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective

Marketplace Minute

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Novavax Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective

"Kobe vaccine. I'm never safa with the marketplace minute. American biotechnology company novak says late stage trials of its covid vaccine show. It's more than ninety percent effective in preventing illness. The vaccine is easy to store and transport and could help developing countries novak's which has yet to bring any vaccine to market said it will apply for regulatory approvals in late

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GE and Safran Are Developing Cleaner Energy Aircraft Engines

The KFBK Morning News

00:17 sec | 2 d ago

GE and Safran Are Developing Cleaner Energy Aircraft Engines

"And Safran working on a clean energy aircraft engine, and they feel like they can get those tests started in a few years using hybrid hydrogen technology, and G says they can cut emissions. About 20% off of today's use, Novak says they have

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Djokovic Defeats Tsitsipas in Five Sets to Claim 19th Grand Slam Title

BBC Newsday

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Djokovic Defeats Tsitsipas in Five Sets to Claim 19th Grand Slam Title

"And Novak Djokovic now has 19 Grand Slam titles. The Serbian putting an incredible performance yesterday to come from two sets down to beast, the final CityPass and when the French Open at Roland Garros It was the Greek player 60 passes First Grand Slam final. He was so close to winning it, but what happened started playing really shorts. I felt like my rhythm was self. I really wish I couldn't understand why things like this happened and evolved. But I was trying to figure it out during my game. It was difficult to come up with something. It's It's very unfortunate dream. Very sad and in the same way because it was it was a good opportunity. I was doing good. I was feeling good not to be four CityPass in Paris as we mentioned that is now. 19 Grand Slams for Novak Djokovic. He's just one behind Roger Federer. And Rafael Nadal now who both have 20

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Novak Djokovic comes from behind to win French Open

The Community Connection

00:09 sec | 2 d ago

Novak Djokovic comes from behind to win French Open

"Novak Djokovic beat Stefano Seats Abbas and the French Open final. Djokovic is now the first man in the open era to win each of the four Grand Slams at least

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French Open 2021: Djokovic Beats Nadal in Men’s Semifinal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 4 d ago

French Open 2021: Djokovic Beats Nadal in Men’s Semifinal

"Novak. Djokovic beats Raphael Nadal men's semifinals at the French Open and Djokovic stopping the Dolls bid for 1/14 French Open title as he wins and four set 62 in the fourth. So Djokovic will face Stephanos Sissy passed for the championship on

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French Open 2021: Djokovic Beats Nadal in Men’s Semifinal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 4 d ago

French Open 2021: Djokovic Beats Nadal in Men’s Semifinal

"Novak Djokovic beats Raphael Nadal men's semifinals at the French Open. Djokovic stopping the Dolls bid for 1/14 French Open title as he wins and four set 62 in the fourth of Djokovic will face Stefanos Sissy passed for the championship on

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Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic

The Mini-Break

01:58 min | 4 d ago

Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic

"Unthinkable has happened rafael. Nidal knocked out in the semifinals of the twenty twenty. One french open novak djokovic delivering one of his finest performances. Add a grand slam in his career. Of course now. He's got the chance to capture his second grand slam title at the french open. Become one of only three men to accomplish that in men's tennis history. Of course he still has one match to win that match going to be against to. Ct paths who reaches her his first grand slam final of his career. Earning a five-set victory over alex sierra of a fantastic day of tennis in the books of course we still got two more to go here at the twenty twenty one french open as our women's singles final takes place tomorrow are men's singles final takes place on sunday joining me on today's podcast to recap all of today's action preview. The women's final also offer our initial thoughts on that men's final as well. You know him as our do everything. Here act cracked rackets. Forefather of the forehand slice the only undefeated high school tennis coach in missouri state history. It's james foster. Mcdonald's jamie seven hours of tennis in the books how you feel in my friend Not as tired as an adult but Pretty tired pretty tired knocking lady. I got up early. I was jazz. I was energized for the day. It did disappoint. it was good as good. No the quality of tennis from start to finish. Even if it was indulge in about twenty minutes really those first two games immediately put to shame the entire quality of this year of c t poss- match. And i will argue to the dying day that that's your fear of ct post-match much like this fear of t match was better than the consensus seems to be surrounding at but the quality of joke vich even though noodle hadn't played his best tennis. This felt like the first time we've seen novak joke which his absolute peak in quite a bit of time. Maybe even in this entire season

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Ideas for Lists Using Alexa

Voice in Canada

00:57 sec | Last month

Ideas for Lists Using Alexa

"I want to give you a little about lists. And here's the thing. I realized i am not using lists to the best of their ability. Because as you may know. I've been very active on clubhouse and i was sitting in clubhouse in a conversation and some people were coming up with some great ideas four topics for some of the sessions and i was writing down these topics and i realize i've gotten multiple pieces of paper all over my desk with different topics and then Somebody suggested it was actually a mike. Novak who suggested Why don't you just use lexi. And why didn't i think that before so That's what i did. I said lexi new list. She asked me for the name of the list. I told her topics. And then i said lexi add whatever. The topic was to the public list. And there we go and now whenever i need a new topic it is right there so it just goes to show. I mean there's so many things we could using lists for. Besides grocery shopping could be books. Could be movies. You wanna see all this sort of

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Hollywood Icon and Chicago Native Kim Novak On Her Relationship With Art

Q

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Hollywood Icon and Chicago Native Kim Novak On Her Relationship With Art

"That is the opening theme to the 1958. Hitchcock thriller Vertigo, starring Jimmy Stewart. And Kim Novak came out of what's known as Hollywood's golden age, but for many studio actors working at that time Things weren't always so golden. Kim Novak was one of Hollywood's top box office stars, which meant she faced a grueling work schedule. The studio system put huge pressure on her and she suffered abuse. Luckily, she had a coping mechanism. Hurt. Until one day. She left. Chemist now in her late eighties, And earlier this year, she put out a book of her paintings called Kim Novak, her art and life. I was so delighted. Get the chance to talk to Kim Novak from her home in Oregon. Kim, How are you? I'm five dogs. Thank you. I'm excited to talk to you today about art because people know you as a movie star, But I know art was your first love and you'd won scholarships to study fine art at the prestigious Chicago Art Institute. Wanted art give you growing up? Well, it gave me many things. But I would say mostly courage because I felt confident in my ability for one thing, but I felt confident. And being able to forge ahead with my own and trust my feelings and my instincts. And for me, it was always about feelings, because I I need to get that out of me. I don't like keeping in feelings locked in. I want them expressed. And every time I get a feeling a strong feeling, I'm at my easel. I've got Three easels going at one time, because sometimes I've got more feelings going on that one time I mean it For me. It has become such a wonderful experience, because no, I'm not in films. I could dedicate my whole life to it because it seems like you were on the

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Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

NBC Nightly News

03:11 min | 3 months ago

Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

"Mellon nbc. News exclusive inside a company developing another covid vaccine. It hopes will be a global game changer with more on that katie beck developing vaccines is an uphill race. One that novak. Ceo stanley erc has been running for decades. How close to the finish line do you consider yourself to be at this point But we are close. Maryland-based has been developing. That seems for more than thirty years but has never had one approved and on the market now a possible victory on the horizon as the company mass produces tens of millions of doses of its covid nineteen vaccine confident. It will be authorized for use in the united states. Do believe your product is better than the other ones out there. Are they do all work. And i think everybody should take whatever action that they should offered them promising. Early test results secured novak's a one point six billion dollar contract from operation warp speed to produce one hundred million doses for the us but pre pandemic nova vaccine was sinking suffering setbacks after several failed phase. Three trials we had to to lay off people that it hurts. Everybody's morale when you do that on the verge of collapse in december of two thousand nineteen at times company's stock trading at a dollar. If you've been around it as long as i have you seen a lot of experiments fail but you also see people figure out why and then fiction. The company's recent data from phase three trials of its covid nineteen vaccine show ninety six percent efficacy and against the uk variant eighty. Six percent checks in news was the first crew allowed into this biotech lab in college station. Texas where vaccine production is bustling focus on make as much as to be here at the texas facility. Eighty thousand square feet transform to produce covid vaccine as quickly as possible now. They've added three hundred employees and are making millions of doses inside those bio reactors every month novak's paired with the biotech arm of fuji film to use this space taps by the federal government years ago as an emergency vaccine site in case of a pandemic novak's already fulfilling vaccine with canada and australia and in talks with europe facing critical shortages. Back in maryland nova vaccine is transforming space to fill out this but this year the company grow from one hundred employees to eight hundred. And it's worth fifteen billion dollars. Still there success relies on fda authorization expected to be sought in may the failed experiments that we learned from you know Show if you can learn from them and had the wherewithal you can win erc experience. It's still too early for a victory lap. That will come when novak shots go into arms katie beck. Nbc

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"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Involuntarily to the in the sense of physically beyond beyond being slipped possibly can just tell you the honest truth. I didn't have my clothes my clothes off. I was an lying bit. That's all i can tell you. Yeah wow well. So that was the one follow up. The follow up was just that you know sammy's comment years later. Apparently you guys had obviously first safety reasons for him. Giving each other a wide berth. For awhile and then apparently in nineteen seventy nine you both are at the oscars. There's the governor's ball afterwards. I guess you may have even gone to the oscars together but you guys go out on the dance floor like everybody else at the governor's ball and he apparently comes off the dance floor and was just absolutely amazed that suddenly just you know whatever it is twenty years later nobody even bothered to take a photo was so remarkable. That you two were dancing together. Right exactly exactly. Yeah exactly so. I'm you know it's interesting. What time can make things right or wrong at that time. things that are wrong like a movie that is not successful than suddenly becomes or lose all of these things. I don't think there is a right and a wrong about a lot of things that they seem to be at the time. You can't look into perspective of you. Have to look at a bigger image and all i know is for me is i made under everything right in my life but i. I don't think i ever did anything. That i thought was evil wrong. I certainly don't think it was wrong. Or evil to to see some stunningly nazi him. Just because they think your career is going to be ruined. I liked him. I wanted to be with him. And i loved his family. What i miss the fact that i never went shopping with his sister and could have probably or if we had now those things time changes all you have to be honest with yourself and you to this tonight on self be true your day will so your decision after that run of amazing performances that we've talked about you know up through middle of the night was in the end of the fifties. You had a few more in the early sixties including. Kiss me stupid with billy wilder. Which was it's now appreciated in. Its own day. It wasn't not least by the catholic legion of decency. But anyway you decide at a certain point. Harry cohn's dead. You're not getting the roles that you were hoping to get any more. I believe you'd passed on a few that did end up being good that maybe i don't know i don't wanna put words your mouth. Perhaps you regretted. I think some of the female key parts in breakfast at tiffany's the hustler and then maryland's last what was to be maryland's last movie. Something's gotta give so at this point. You're you decide. I've just i'm done with hollywood. I don't i don't enjoy it anymore. I don't wanna do this anymore. It was i felt. I had nothing more to offer. I mean i was fortunate. Some early movies. They were really well. Good scripts good something of meaning that you could give yourself to those scripts. I learn one word of their a lot of mind you. I did things after while of them just to keep my foot in the door just to feel to how things are in case something really good. But i wasn't going to spend my time waiting around for something to happen. That may never happen. When i felt i had so much more to give and that was not the place to give it because it was if there was not. How do you give yourself too bad script. you know. you can't even learn it yet. Allowed it or tolerated. So i decided to go back to my first lab which was yeah and is that when these started appearing the amazing artwork that i'm looking at behind you that was it immediate. Was it now suddenly more about painting and sketching at that point. Yeah i've been in you know in my in my art book. It goes in sequence of by the generation. Because i had generations of limited and so it starts fifty sixties. They show you can see the difference of Growing i think in my art i mean. I've i've been lucky enough to see an early copy of this of this great new book which is called. Kim novak her life and art and it's everything from self portraiture too. I believe a. You know a vertigo related to stuff. That has nothing to do with you or the movies. And so i guess i just wonder how you would say over these years when you were mostly out of hollywood again. You're going back occasionally. Right through nineteen ninety. One i think but basically you were focused on a life outside of the movies and so just if you wanna maybe tease the book a little bit. Just how the art evolved over those years. Well as i say what. I left hollywood. That's what i was going back to. I wanted to. And plus. I felt like even though hollywood for me wasn't as fulfilling as i wanted it to be but i learned a lot. I learned a lot about me and about reacting which you know and so wanted to express my feelings. 'cause i gained so much with my feelings of how as a child what it was like growing up with parents like the where and what it was like in hollywood and what i learned from alfred hitchcock god knows i learned a lot because one learn from him. Of course is mystery mysteries important. So i'll put a lot of mysteries in my paintings. Cons- to me it's all about. It's all about feelings. Because i'm always been all of feelings and And so i've spent these years expressing my feelings expressing myself. 'cause i've gone through a lotta lived through a lot. I've known so many different kinds of people and yes. I've had metoo experiences. Maybe not with eric. But other people producers or whatever. So all i mean. That's nothing new out there to me but there's a lot of me that i can express that was new to me and who i am today. Totally they are very beautiful. So many i and yet you're never doing it with the i two lords selling them or cathartic right very very cathartic and not always. I mean very few originals ally sold. Because i want to keep those i i really have a joint so much knowing the butler museum in ohio which is all about a special in american art. And i've had my fact out a retrospective there of all things about a year ago. And i've made i've made an understanding that when i pass i want all their choices all the ones that they want to going to them. I mean i don't want that time. Have people trying to find out who. I sold paintings to to get them so they can show them. I want them to be know that they can go to the museum. And see all my art and know that it's there and it's protected and preserved for future generations. Because i feel. I had i have a lot not just to express and come up. Come sometimes out in a different kind of way than the image may look like it's just a picture of whatever but then behind it. There's all these things. Because i want the audience or whoever's viewing it to get involved not justice..

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"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"What tell me he believed. I had met. Harry call though yet right all right so you bring up the the key. Person columbia's harry cohn. And i would love to ask you since you were in his own words. His last kind of great discovery in his in his mind before he passed away. Nineteen fifty-eight you know. He was for for people. Who don't know was kind of famously. At least according to the legend cheap mean dictatorial. I mean he literally had a photo mussa leaning on his desk. From what i understand. He had a desk. That was up on a big pedestal. I'll leave it to you to say the rest. But i mean isn't it the case that essentially to set the scene they were. They had retail worth as their big star. You know love goddess as he as they called it and she was giving him a bit of a hard time and then meanwhile they have marilyn monroe across town at fox and they feel they need a blonde competitor with her so partly to keep rita hayworth and check partly to compete with maryland. That's how you get brought into sierra kon rate that's true but you know that's reminded me of mcdonnell because when i was signed to columbia i still had met her recall and so max is the one who who said it out but then when harry cohn met me first thing we gotta do is change your name. You can't use a like novak. I mean that would never work and So they already did it. And it was in the newspapers announced. Oh columbia has a new star. That are starlet. As they call me dad was and her name. Is kit milo. I read it. I read it before even hearing about it and i i kind of me. I recall believe they're gonna try to change my name without even telling me so. This will ensure you're ready to meet him as yes i like it. Marlow they hadn't even seen who was certainly not on the inside yet alone. The outside or the but kit marlowe sounded to them like what they wanted the set in the article she likes cats and she's like a kitten and so we thought kit and marlow is name that's non it has no religion or no authenticity behind it. So we'll just name of that. And i went in. I said my name is no back. I'm not gonna change my last name in the meantime ahead of walk through that long. Walk to the head of his. Were sitting on that plateau newest scary all around ahead people like humphrey bogart and all these stars. In for a moment. I got a little overwhelmed and i thought wait a minute. I'm here to talk him. Up my name i have passed and i hope i have a few to but my past that i have to live with. It wasn't perfect. A lot of things were. But they're all part of who i am and so i'm not gonna change. Molested meeting. change. The first name and he looked at his jaw dropped. It's like no wonder they were talk. If i knew that after i was just so offended and i'm glad that because he needs so he just picked a name that he said well. What do you want your name as my last name. I don't care what you make my first name. He said well how about him. I said well that's better than yet. And we should that they your your birth name is marilyn novak. And they couldn't have another maryland right because of Monroe exactly make sense. I understood that that made sense. Not my roots. Your roots are where you came from. The journey went on all the and that's got to be part of your especially since well. Of course i didn't find out to later. But if you wanna be a reactor. Which is what. I am what i'm proud to be. I would not feel proud to be inactive. Because for me acting would be pretending to be something i was td. That's why well in in terms of feeling you know your authentic self you also resisted when they tried to do what they did to so many people which was not only change your name but really alter your appearance right. Yes sat me makeup chair. Put a finger on my neck and started to chain and they were taught he was saying while is that i will try out with joan crawford mall and they're putting one this the will we'll put on this person and by the time i looked in the mirror with all of these changes had no sense of myself as well. I mean i can understand putting on makeup but you don't you don't change. I mean you can't be a joan crawford martha ingrid bergman's something else. And so when they went to to shoot a first thing. I do is rented the latest roman. Why bob as much as i could. So that i can maintain. I just needed to feel me. Yeah sure now all that being said it does seem like you had a bit of a love hate relationship with cone because on the on the one hand not hate i. That's too strong a word. But i mean you obviously resist that a lot of what he wanted to to do but on the other hand when he was gone at the end of your career in hollywood. You've missed him. So what was it that while you were there made him good and a lot of ways me of my dad so i was kinda us to someone telling me what to do and used to do and what i thought was writing end so i do a little bit of like what my dad said but i do it in at least in my way and i think he kinda got used to that especially when he saw that it was working in a way you know and also one time at christmas. I threw a he. Would you'd save. But i surprised him. I made a batch of homemade fudge. He looked that he didn't know what to say or do for a minute. I almost thought he was to cry. Because i don't think anyone ever brought him any presence. But i did it 'cause i guess it really is. I chased for five. But i think i'll make subsidary culture. It's it's like when you bring the when you go to meet your dad at the train station that's true. That's true trying.

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"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"novak" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"One would think that she was on top of the world but just a few years later along with the studio system from which she emerged she was gone as the new york times once. Put it quote. Kim novak's was the last face that classical hollywood present it to the world close quote for many it was a delight to see that face reemerge at the oscars in two thousand fourteen when novak presented to awards with matthew mcconaughey for more than a few though including donald trump it was an occasion to mock and octogenarian for not looking like she used to novak later acknowledged that she had gotten cheek fillers ahead of the show to booster confidence about her appearance a decision. She quickly regretted but the mean-spirited backlash reminded her why she had fled hollywood in the first place over the course of our conversation novak and i discussed her unlikely journey from a difficult childhood in chicago to the glitz and glamor of hollywood. The challenges and rewards of working at harry cohn's columbia and under the studio system in general what. It was like making vertigo. And what happened during that. Same time that led people believe she was having a forbidden love affair with. Sammy davis junior. When in fact she says the relationship was never romantic why she ultimately felt she had to leave. Hollywood and instead wound up living a quiet life making art and caring for animals eleven hours away in southern oregon plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to that. Conversation.

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Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. is buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal

Techmeme Ride Home

05:35 min | 3 months ago

Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. is buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal

"Square got a lot of people to do double takes this morning by announcing that it is acquiring quote a significant majority stake in jay z's streaming music service title for two hundred and ninety seven million dollars. Jay z will also join squares board of directors quoting the new york times title which jay z bought in partnership with other artists. In two thousand. Fifteen for fifty. Six million dollars provides members access to music music videos and exclusive content from artists but the streaming music industry has been dominated by competitors like spotify apple and amazon in two thousand seventeen. Jay z sold thirty three percent of the company to sprint for an undisclosed amount after merger sprint is now a part of t mobile earlier this week. Jay z bought back the shares from t mobile and most will be sold onto square as part of this deal. Mr dorsey and jay z began to discuss the acquisition quote. A few months ago said jesse deroga- a sect who will lead title on an interim basis. It started as a conversation between the two of them. He said they found that sense of common. Purpose and quote. Mr dora guscott said square which was founded in two thousand nine will offer financial tools to help titles artists collect revenue and manage their finances quote. There are other tools. They need to be successful and that we're going to build for them. He said and quote so this is one of those stories where the speculation and chatter around. It is almost as interesting as the news itself. I of course you've got the celebrity angle. Jay z and jack dorsey. It actually turns out that they are good buds. They vacation together. You might have seen those yacht pictures from the paparazzi okay but square a payments company and title a music streaming service of somewhat dubious success. How does a tie between them. Make any kind of sense. Here's what jack dorsey himself had to say. Quote it comes down to a simple idea finding new ways for to support their work. New ideas are found at the intersections. And we believe there is a compelling one between music and the economy making the economy work for artists is similar to what square has done for sellers square start at twelve years ago by giving small sellers a simple tool in order to participate more fully in the economy and grow. We did the same for individuals with cash app which now enables a comprehensive set of financial services for folks who weren't able to access it before title started with the idea of honoring artists by being owned and led focused on an uncompromised experience of the art. It's refreshing and right. The vision only grow stronger as it's matched with more powerful tools for artists inclusive of new ways of getting paid given what square has been able to do for sellers of all sizes and individuals through cash app. We believe we can now work for artists to see the same success for them and us. We're going to start small and focus with the most critical needs of artists and growing their fan bases and quote. So he doesn't exactly say it there but everyone is reading between the lines looking around at this current. Nfc madness. and remembering though. I didn't tell you about this. That jack dorsey and jay z recently announced. They were creating an endowment with five hundred. Bitcoin's worth twenty three million dollars plus two teams working on bitcoin development initially in africa and india. And so everyone's thinking. This is a crypto play as peter kaku tweeted quote. I would be surprised if there wasn't an nf story. Here that fits the jack story and seems to be what he's hinting at in his tweets. But again you don't need to own title to sell jay z's and tease this would be weird if square was buying a music streaming service that people actually used but it's much weirder. It's a publicly traded. Financial services company. Buying a failed music streaming company. I guess square shareholders won't complain because they've already signed on for the jack dorsey experience but whatever awesome artists and square story. Jack is promising here. Doesn't require a three hundred million dollar payout. To jay z quote. Other people can see other angles. Here let me give you some counter takes. This is jason delray quote. Plenty of people on the square. Buying title is dumb side. But i'll be on the other end. Could it be a mistake. Sure is the deal relationship based sure. Many are but squares incredible things for small merchants and for everyday people with cash so why not artists and quote. This is scott belsky quote for a big company to create an entirely new center of gravity inside it. You need a forcing function with this lens. And the growing need to outfit the creator economy with financial tools. This seems a logical step for square and quote. This is dr sanjay quote square acquiring title to focus on new ways for artists. Monetize is going to be seen as the watershed moment of the creator economy. We're tilting away. From platforms capturing all the value to the people creating the content doing so directly for fans or indirectly via ads and quote and finally turner. Novak goes really really wild but then it doesn't actually seem all that wild when you say it out loud and then think about it especially when you see the products that twitter has been building out lately. Newsletters spaces quote jacqueline so deep into the crater economy with twitter. The past six months it leaked into square a great acquisition. That will ten acts everything square has been doing with consumer user acquisition. Not outrageous to think he merges square and twitter at some point and quote.

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Pfizer and Moderna ramping up coronavirus vaccine supplies

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Pfizer and Moderna ramping up coronavirus vaccine supplies

"Million americans have received. At least one vaccine does while hospitalizations continued to decline now at about fifty five thousand and today top back in makers were grilled about. Whether they'll be able to deliver the doses. They've promised. Tom castillo has more with the fda expected to grant emergency authorization for johnson and johnson single-dose vaccine within days. The hope is that vaccine supply will meet demand within months so far nearly twenty million americans are fully vaccinated today. Congress asked all five vaccine makers for a status report in current production levels. Are you going to be able to meet that deadline visor. We anticipate that we will be on track to deliver those three hundred million doses before the end of july moderna. Three hundred million by the end of july. We do believe ron type to meet those deadlines j. and j. As soon as next week we are on track to deliver that. What does this by. The end of astra zeneca not yet approved. We'll deliver the three and a million auto novak's not yet approved. We would be prepared by the end of june To produce that hundred million doses all of those doses could lead to a vaccine glut in the us. Meanwhile la's mass vaccination sites are back up and running after being resupplied and several states are now prioritizing teachers including california oklahoma tennessee and connecticut. In new york eighty-one people who received shots have learned. they'll need a third shot because they're vaccine doses had not been kept cold enough though pose. No risk vaccine makers say. It's still not clear. How long vaccine protection less. Unfortunately the only way we will know about the duration of protection is overtime vaccine makers say that's why they're looking at new booster shots that may be required for years to guard against new virus. Variants

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Australian PM is vaccinated as rollout begins

Coronacast

09:50 min | 4 months ago

Australian PM is vaccinated as rollout begins

"Today is the day that vaccination start to roll out across australia but we got a little preview of that yesterday with the with the prime minister and world war two survivor and a couple of other people getting the vaccine yesterday. Yes they go to i. Those of the pfizer vaccine which also followed a day on saturday of anti xers demonstrating and being talked to list in one city by pete evans. Some people criticizing the prime minister. Full so-called jumping the queue to get the vaccine before anyone else does but maybe leading by example. I just don't think you can criticize our leaders for having the it's not as if whole parliament skating it. It's really just showing their confidence in the vaccine. I think it's really important. Thing down the track. You'll see the health minister leader of the opposition getting the astra vaccine or the chief medical officer. Getting the astra vaccine to show that the our leaders are. You do have trust in this. And do you do believe in science. And i mean it's like laser immune to getting the virus either. Pay dutton got covid early. Jia by tribe and you you want your leadership cupboard and there's tens of thousands of accents that are gonna roll at in just the next couple of weeks. So i suppose people sort of is on the horizon going cool vaccine zahia. That's a really big comfort in a time of pandemic. When do we start to see things going back to normal. That's the critical question. And it depends what you call going back to normal because in most parts of australia. Things are pretty normal. We've got very little if any covid. Nineteen virus around in australia and new south wales is going weeks so has so have other jurisdictions so available around so we're back to normal internally back to normal means opening the borders having international travellers and tourists coming to australia us being able to go overseas listening. You'll becoming part of the world again. I think that's what we mean by becoming not becoming normal and covered that on tonight's Seven thirty program by talking to a mortar spoke to chris. Murray who heads the institute for health metrics and evaluation and he's of the he runs one of the world's leading modeling groups and covered on the health report back in november. He predicted the dr the global downturn in cases of covid nineteen that. We're seeing now he. He predicted almost to the week and his was. That was going to be nothing to do with. Thanks to nation and everything to do with season. -ality that really. It would have itself out in terms of the winter surge in covid nineteen. Because it's so seasonal. So i decided to go back to him. Seen other vaccinations going out. What what what's your modeling moving forward and it was quite sobering. He says he's not as bullish. Nah as he was back in november the variables that he's taking into consideration people's behavior. Now remember we're talking about the northern hemisphere not stralia new zealand but of almost no virus. And we've got close borders visit. If people's behavior goes back to normal before you get down to very low levels of virus transmission then you. He believes that you could. Well see a third wave evolving at the end of the northern summer. Pretty much like you saw in in twenty twenty and what could make that. Which is the second variable that he's worried about our vaccine resistant. Very variants of the virus escaped the vaccine and that they could really muddle the muddy the water considerably. How does that fit with other data that seeing coming out saying that the vaccines are reducing transmission in places like i and that's a place where the at least the uk variant is very prevalent on the uk very sensitive to the vaccine it's african variant and other variants than meyer is including the brazilian variant. We're not much is known. And you'll remember that. We spoke some days ago. About the brazilian city minnows. Seventy six percent of people had been infected with the virus. There were only five hundred admissions to hospital in the beginning of december beginning of january first nineteen days of january. Three thousand five hundred hospitalizations in so vaccine trials a very high percentage of people where had had covid nineteen when they were into the trial and in the placebo group they got reinfected with the south african variant so these vaccine escape variants are really worrying in terms of reinfection. Saw the vaccine does is turns covered one thousand nine hundred common core. Which is why. I'm gonna take the astra and we're five. We'll take whatever is given to me. Because i don't want to die of covid. Nineteen but if what we are looking for an opening of the borders and international normalization at least in australia. According to chris murray. We've made the wrong bet with the astro vaccine. He says you really do need to be immunizing with pfizer or madeira. Or perhaps even novak so that still to be proved in the real world. We're much higher. Degrees of efficacy and reduction in transmission and remember the other issue reduction in transmission is that these new variants emerge in countries. Where there's a lot of spread where the virus is multiplying and replicating all the time. And that's where these new variants are being thrown off. They won't be thrown off in austria. Where there's no virus around they'll be thrown off in low income countries like sight words middle income countries like south africa. They'll be thrown off in the united states in britain and other places if the virus keeps on circulating. So what we've got to do is get to very high levels of immunization very very quickly with highly effective vaccines and hope that that minimizes these of virus. Which is resistant to the vaccines. And then what we gotta do. And it's got to be done right now actually getting vaccines op through visor. Moderna novak's which are designed to cope with the resistant variants. That are around. Perhaps the brazilian one certainly the south african one and within a few months star boosting with them. This is really demoralizing. When with sort of on the cusp of vaccine. Roll out of here in australia woman. And if i'm just an average person sitting at home listening to corona 'cause what should i take away from these. Iud urging people from getting vaccine that they often no. Because i think it's really important that we all get covered so that shoots so first of all we're going to have a layer of protection. The international evidence is increasingly by the pfizer vaccine prevents transmission. So that means with hotel. Workers bar workers being immunized and hopefully their families to and that's a really important part of the story. We are creating a ring of confidence around the hotel borders. We've also got to institute with the pfizer vaccine. Not the astros vaccine ring vaccination around outbreaks so that we are controlling this any outbreaks there and everybody else immunized with the astra vaccine so that we are turns it into the common colds. We create a very safe situation. The problem is wayne. Do we open up to international travel and windy relax on hotel quarantine and with a country. That's largely covered with the extra astro vaccine. Which is not very effective somewhere doggy. Effective at all against the south african variant certainly in terms of transmission. Then it becomes a very nerve wracking decision to make. So that's why we've got to be planning in twenty twenty one for a booster. Does of vaccine resistant covid nineteen. That's actually a question that we had from john who's in australia who leaves in the us. And he's basically asking now. The australian vaccination program is rolling out. Do we expect. When do we expect the quarantine might be lifted. And what kind of factors go into that decision making so you could be quite cool about it if you think that we are all. We've turned effectively. Destroyed population susceptibility to covid nineteen into the common cold. And it does look as though the it's pretty effective at doing that with you're talking about african variant or indeed other variants. So we're pretty protected so you could say well maybe sooner rather than later but you know. It's just a very nerve wracking theme because we variants from all over the world and we are not donating vaccine to low-income countries. At the rate which will get van covered quickly enough and they will be throwing off variants and those variance will come to look at hiv hiv started around contrast saw in zaire and then you tens of millions of people have been infected with. Its an died. It doesn't matter where these variants arise from. They will spread to other parts of the world. So we've got to get the globe immunized as quickly as possible otherwise. It's very hard to relax just when you thought you had this thing pinned down at escapes again. Norman so so becomes really does become a bit like flu where the first vaccination does protect us to very significant extinct in terms of dying and serious disease. That's why i'm lining up. For whatever vaccine i get and i would urge other people to do the same. But it means that the government has got to not be complacent about this any shape or form and has to star ordering what's called multi vaillant vaccines are trying to ranging them now so that by spring summer of this year. We're getting boosting booster shots with multi valent vaccines that will covers against the current range of resistant. Variants around the world and that swing will open up borders.

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Novak Djokovic rolls to 9th Australian Open title, 18th career Grand Slam

The Tennis Podcast

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Novak Djokovic rolls to 9th Australian Open title, 18th career Grand Slam

"So novak djokovic is a nine time australian open champion. He is never lost. A final on the rod laver arena. He's an eighteen. Time grand slam champion closing the gap on roger federer and rafael nadal to just two major titles and he's on twenty one match australian open winning streak

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Australian Open 2021: Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Meet for the Title

The AO Show

03:09 min | 4 months ago

Australian Open 2021: Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Meet for the Title

"The crusade for the men's singles crown comes to an end tomorrow. And when the undisputed king of rod laver arena novak djokovic takes on russian number-one neil medvedev the world number one djokovic. Gunning for a history-making ninth championship in melbourne. While the russian authors seeking his twenty first consecutive win and first major title to preview the match. I'm joined by not edwards and commentator. Nick mcardle nick at the start of in fact two weeks before this we had you on the show podcast and you picked this matchup is that what led you to make that cole way back. Then let's say lucked out. Let's be honest that wasn't necessarily total. Total fluke made many wrong picks before but coming in you know we talk about the twenty one matches in a row for osaka. It's twenty in a row for daniil. Medvedev the non includes a win over novak djokovic close twenty twenty i think medvedev has really come into his own as someone expects himself not only to go deep. Atp events which we've seen the last couple of years but now to really do at at the grand slam so the drop laid out for him. I think he's played to each match to the level now. Can he bring an eight time. Grand slam australian open champ. Seventeen time major winner novak djokovic. Can he meet that level in a final thoughts really eighty s. What i love most is after medvedev bates itsy pass in that semi final is that he said stride away. All the pressure is on novak. He just load him up because he's plight fonsi before and never lost and it sorta. But i love how he just playfully. Put that out there and look. I think he'll come at. He'll show you'll be a little bit nervous. But i think he's just going to swing freely and that backhands i mean. Gosh they both have terrific backhands. But it's going to be like jock itch playing a twenty five year old vision of himself. It's going to be such an interesting match. I really count. Wait for the all similar. It can not just in court croff necessarily but as personalities both very eloquent and sort of personable somewhat chiming in front of the camera but they do have this white line fever as we know totally. I love those points that you've made and i think medvedeva's become more comfortable without. We sought the us open a couple years ago in the crowd. Really got against him and he used that as fuel which i think djokovic has have that in the past that in the past for sure for sure for jovic against rafa roger. He's felt that too. I really think that it is an opportunity for medvedev lake. Nona saying just swing for the fences and the scary thing is when he swings for the fences. Oftentimes the ball goes in. And i really think he's going to use that experience of beating novak in london last year at the atp finals. He'll really be geared up by that. Yeah i think so too. And i'm really looking forward to. I think the one area that novak can probably try to exploit daniels is that netplay. He's not very good. Let's let's be honest when it comes to netplay so if he can drawer him in a little bit and maybe draw that out. I think that puts pressure on daniel. Bit amid gets off to a flying start is going to be hard to stop.

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Good News on COVID-19 Vaccines

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Good News on COVID-19 Vaccines

"Doctor since you deal with issues of life and death. I don't think a tough question for me is going to stagger you. The president said today back to normal. Maybe by christmas may be by the end of this year in a good mary. Many americans are rightfully bummed to hear that but these vaccines have to get out there and have to work. When in your estimation will this vaccine be as plentiful as ubiquitous as normal as going for our annual flu shot brian. There is some good news on that front. And so before. I give you my estimate. I'll give you the reasonings We know that we've purchased enough now at least at the madeira in pfizer. About three hundred million people to be vaccinated. And that's what dr fauci said would be available by the end of july. But the was coming down the pike you know. Potentially the johnson johnson vaccine with this getting evaluated by the fda committee next week which might add again at least immediately if the millen dealt million doses than dan novak's another one that showed very good. Efficacy is going to get a valued in the month of march. So i would say That's even a conservative estimate. End of july there might be more vaccine candidate that they are successful. We may have more vaccine available sooner so the other pieces of good news from this week is that more and more data's also showing that vaccines may help reduce transmission that maybe doesn't completely eliminate the risk but people who are vaccinated may have a less brisk transmitting the disease even if they breakthrough infection to others. Because we don't know how. How much of a reduction it is and we don't know how the variance will affect all equation. That's where we're up for. Now are still asking everybody to wear masks. But this is good news that means transmission will start just like what israel is seeing that a lot of other countries are seeing that are seeing higher levels of vaccination rates. I am hoping by july We might see some level of normalcy where we start having small gatherings and potentially even international travel by next ball. I know that's optimistic. That's where i'm putting my stake in the ground. That's where i'm standing.

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Daniil Medvedev beats arch-rival Stefanos Tsitsipas, will face Novak Djokovic in final

Get Up!

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Daniil Medvedev beats arch-rival Stefanos Tsitsipas, will face Novak Djokovic in final

"If you're up early this morning and might have watched. Medvedev make his way to the australian. Open final knocking out. Stefanos tsitsipas in straight-sets advancing to the finale. Where he will face novak djokovic rematch the twenty nine thousand nine final in melbourne where djokovic one in four

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Medvedev's streak at 20; faces Djokovic in Australian final

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Medvedev's streak at 20; faces Djokovic in Australian final

"Daniel made it it isn't the right to play defending champion Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open men's final the fourth seeded Russian was clinical in a straight sets dismissal of fifth stated Stefano city bus closing out the six four six two seven five win in just over two hours so it's a plus for the most part well drained from his marathon five set battle with Rafael Nadal from the previous round and never really threatened the in form if it is Djokovic advanced early with a straight sets win every time that either the Russian qualifier AS one carrot to have and he will be gunning for his ninth Australian Open title I'm grand like us

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"novak" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

02:37 min | 7 months ago

"novak" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Everybody welcome to another episode of village globals venture stories. I'm here today. Joined by a very special returning guest. Turner novak turner. Welcome back to the program air. Thanks for having me back. Turner i this was by popular demand largely by a number of of teenagers. Who found you on tiktok and are now as fire. Bc's and and you're blowing up. How does it feel. I'm trying to keep making good content. Make people happy make people laugh maybe teach people something a thing or two so you sounded like an athlete at postgame interview. You know. just just try to you. Know gore game plan coastal do this and we did it executed so last time we were on it was a couple of years ago consumer social was in a very different place. We're in arab. Koga you we'll get two snap. A facebook individually but are you thinking about consumer social from a from a perspective right now in the sense that if you were to make any investments in the next six months in new consumer social companies what characteristics might might might they have. I think consoles really interesting. There's a lot of things you can do. Adding social component to existing products. Or just a you know quote unquote boring social network but i think vertically social networks are are really interesting. You know you can give you a certain kind of go to market. Maybe as more effective than if it's very broad. I think you have to be careful because are certain categories in july social where it may be harder to compete against incumbent But it's basically like finding a behavior that already exists. That's probably their ten million or one hundred million or billion people already doing this activity and can you make it ten times easier or make them able to be ten is were creative and what the existing platforms do And that's a very like bribe question way to phrase it but that's kinda how i think about it and then a another piece. I think super interesting is taking social components and just bringing them to an industry or product or category. That's never really had social before. I think the beauty of social networks is like you basically have the users grow it for you. It's easier if you do it right. It's like free caq free growth but then also we're starting to see elements where there's a commerce component or you basically go full stack and instead of letting someone else by ads in the name make like two or three times on the ag you remove the process processing just sell things directly and.

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"novak" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"novak" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Relationship because of all the things that have taken place but Looking at it now from from me to my kids or sometimes as a dad. You're just like, how do I connect with my kids sometimes right? Cuz you're just like these are like creatures that have their own personalities. Like you're just like, I don't know what I'm doing wage, but Fitness is a great way to connect because kids love physical activity. Yeah. They love it. They want to do it. I've never asked my kid. Hey, do you want to go right outside? Like go run in the yard. They never know. It was like, yeah, let's go play Chase. Let's go do this like so for me, it's been like an anchor again in my relationship with my kids for sure. That's incredible. That's incredible. Yeah. No, I did not I as you're talking I get that that's something that kind of, you know popped in my head. I wanted to I wanted to ask you but yeah, so You're in high school, you you're getting your first kind of, you know, newbie gains the attention to come in. You're starting to excel at sports. I know the story isn't as simple as you go from there to design Novak transformation podcast is I know that there's some some ups and downs in in this story. So let's go ahead and pick up valleys for sure. I mean so high school was was cool. It was rough in terms of home life. A lot of things that had taken place during my high school years. So just you and your mom at this point or you have siblings. So I have five siblings. So it was it was six of us total right near Baptist. I'm the oldest. Yeah and when it up happening was most of us live with my mom and then a couple of them had like split time with my dad younger ones right off. So I was basically on my own at that point. My mom was so caught up in getting her career cuz she never had a career right? She was a stay-at-home mom. So she she needed to go she went to go start working. And she was so caught up in that life. She was so caught up in basically recovering from the marriage that I was on my own. I had no rules it went from men from the most hardcore military discipline household to no rules at all. Now fortunately, I had Fitness and sports right? Because otherwise I want to get in a ton of trouble right? I would have been and I and I did some dumb stuff but I never got in trouble. I was very lucky in that sense and went to college played a little Sports in college and then I got hurt and I started, you know, rehabilitating my shoulder specifically and I met some people in the gym some some pts some people that were in the therapy studying therapy in school and met a guy who was a personal trainer who is to this day one of my best friends and he was just thought it had like me right like another guy who was like, I'm studying to be a physical therapist, but I love the lift and let's lift Yeah. We actually we be we became friends at a bench press competition shockingly and wage. After I rehabbed and was contemplating whether I wanted to continue to play sports. I was burnt out man. I had literally play year-round baseball from the age of Thirteen.

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"novak" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"novak" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"On Sunday at the US Open top seeded Novak Djokovic was behind in the first set to Pablo Carino booster. When he smacked a ball into a person's neck, Jovovich didn't hit the lines person on purpose but the rules are clear if you hit an official with the ball or your racket or anything else you can get kicked out of the tournament after a short debate Jovic got defaulted. It was a bizarre. And what's been bizarre tournament one being held without fans with quarantine rules that have been applied shall we say in consistently? Noah Rubin was in the US Open bubble he played doubles losing in the first round with his partner or Nesta. He's also got a podcast of his own it's called behind the racket and it's part of a larger project to reveal what it's like to try to make it as a pro tennis player. The injuries mental health struggles in the battle to make a living. No thanks so much for being here. Now, thank you for having me. So no Novak is the unquestioned best player on the men's tour. He hadn't lost all year. Roger. Federer Rafael and the doll not playing in New York he was an enormous favorite to win his eighteen, th Grand Slam, and then he hits aligns person with a ball which I don't think any of us had on our twenty twenty Bingo card What did what did you think when you saw that or when you heard about it and what did you make the decision to disqualify him from the US Open? You know throughout this time I think it's pretty clear that you know they can. They can mess up the rules and everything else but if anything touches aligns person. Even, a ballboy at times there's no question I. Mean I've been a part of two. Challenger tournaments actually where I've seen a racket hit off of something else come down onto aligns person going actually minus miles per hour and kicked out those during Charlottesville actually know what you're talking about Darren King and Charles are right there and then my limited experience commentating a match was last year and Charlottesville again and Michael Mo- you know when? To throw his racket hit allies person and that's it. So it's it's so easy I mean soon as you hit the ball as soon as he saw where landed, he knew I was going to happen. So actually as somebody who's seen this happened to lower ranked players is it actually kind of a good thing in your mind that when it happened with a top player, there weren't different rules that they just apply to consistently yeah I mean. We've seen this done before I've seen now Banda kick the side and then the would breaks it hits the lines for we've seen a done. This is the only rule that they stick to. No matter what happens you know no matter who the player is you can't get around it and especially this one I mean this one actually looked pretty bad I mean this is you know out of anger a ball head right to the. Neck can't feel good So this is one of those that you don't really look at the video like Oh you know might have been overly reacting to that situation this this looks pretty bad and the instant reaction was pretty much ananymous on ESPN that the rule was implemented correctly Brad Gilbert though did see the need to point out that joke that didn't hit the ball overhand he didn't hit it that hard he said he was flicking. Anger and I just WanNa be clear here when a professional tennis player decides to Flip. The ball. It's going a lot faster than I would flip a ball the way that joke of did that thing was cruising and clearly the woman was in agony. No, we've. We've seen it done before where players or like kind of upset but they just I'll use that term flick a ball and it's fine. You know it's it almost on the arrival comes down and hits you in everybody's fine does he don't even feel think this was a line drive that that wasn't really had the trajectory of just going straight. So you're looking at it and regardless of the intentions. Ironic that there are no fans and still managed to hit somebody but it's this is you know the situation and I guess the only person to be Jovic twenty twenty had to be Jovic. What was the experience like for you being in the bubble and want to get into? The quarantine rules and how there's kind of affected you. But before we get into the specifics of that, just you show up at the tennis center, you're there for a while and like what is it like just being on the grounds and somebody who's played in the US Open before like how do you compare this experience to past years? I mean I to say how disappointed I am that my house is nine minutes away from the tournament hotels. That's tough. And I can't get out to. Get the few things that I love to my place and for God but yeah. I mean the first few days actually amazing a dream come true. For me. I've had so much pressure surrounding the week or two, and even the week before the open you know getting. Texts. Third Grade Teacher saying hey yeah I've been a extra tickets I was like I don't even have enough for my parents so not dealing with that this year was actually Pretty incredible for people who don't know you've been billed for a long time like the best player out of New York since John McEnroe. This is my hometown this and I love playing in front of people just people. I know when it's you know I've I've I played Fed in Rod Laver. That's fifteen thousand people I've never met, but it's a little different when I, there's a thousand people I know every one of them and. They aren't huge tennis fan. So if I lose a match against like somebody who's sixty in the world, it's like, no, it should have had that one why Jews and I'm like this isn't high school tennis so it's A. To. Not Deal with that outside pressure was was actually a really refreshing and just to walk the grounds and not get the good old New York shoulder chest by accident or whatever else comes our way it was nice. But then you know this is not use opens falled. It got boring. I was there for ten days. There's really not much to do is only so many times you play mini and I think they did what they could at times but. There at Thursday. Yeah. Only had about five hundred people spread out amongst all the practice courts, all the match courts and the grounds. There's you can only when you look around, you see forty people around you. You were not pleased with how the tournament handled the protocols for players being removed after testing positive for the coronavirus of French player was kicked out. He had been around several other French players and you were explaining what happened you were on the waiting list right to get into the singles, draw what happened and what didn't sit right with you know. Backpedal for a quick second I. Mean I praise them for how much work they put into creating this bubble I mean it was a massive undertaking. Sure with that being said the quote that we heard over and over and stay sales director said we are preparing for positive tests as they should I mean this is putting a lot of people from around the world. In the same place. So here we are Ben Wallpaper test positive automatically gets kicked out. Great in my head I'm like I know people have spent you know immense time with him in close quarters than I was hearing rumors that there's video of close quarters without masks, and so here I am thinking that I have a pretty good opportunity to get in and this. Is because in normal years, there'd be qualifying and alternates, but there is no qualifying this year and the alternates can't be from outside the bubble and you have to be inside the bubble the only way to be, and you have to be in the tournament and the only way to be in the tournament without playing singles is to be in the doubles draw so. They take the highest ranked singles, guys from the doubles draw. So here I am in pretty good contention, my partner and I both in pretty good contention to get in through the contact tracing knowing what would happen but then USA came out and said working with the New York State Department of Health we came up that we're going to have a bubble within a bubble. And I was like. Interesting maneuver. Here. Amid long story short, it just seemed like they were paving their own path for success that they were going to make.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"That that I mean I really use that with my wife. Look Jerry there so the New York Times op. Ed last year talked about if we are in a simulation and if it is a test to see how to make humanity better what we know about studies on earth now is once the subjects know that they're in the model the models over. That's interesting therefore he asked the question. Should we stop finding out what we realized? By the way the more we go into this technological model the more we're just going back to ancient Hinduism and Buddhism because there are monks deliberately do karmic acts to accrue more Karma so that they don't get enlightened so they they can stay in the game because once you're enlightened you leave the Buddha. The story of the Buddha was like I've been reincarnated thousands of times. I get it. I'm out so then they up level and some of them are like it's the Matrix. Ignorance is bliss. I'M GONNA keep eating steak. Yeah I I like a sixty nine as much as the next guy. I'm going to stay here so I'M GONNA DO UNCONSCIOUS. Things on purpose to remain in the in the simulation sure the state. But that's a that's as old as Buddhism. Well so houses of years old this idea and now we're like if we figure this out it's the kill screen and Donkey Kong the game's over and we don't want the game to be over and you and the surprises that are happening in the world are so amazing because our bias or bias sees is going into the computer so in other words Your Fun the guy. Jeff bezos Amazon. They created a system that read resumes and looked for the things that Amazon always looks for so it read six hundred resumes of people that they hired and it stopped looking for schools with women because none of those had women's schools names and they looked they. They tried to look for a women's studies. They got rid of it because it was because it just started a bias because Amazon. Didn't machines or mirroring are bad but also just like oh oops. We didn't expect that like we expect. It would just not look for things that weren't on there like women's study and such my phone sorry playing radiohead kind of appropriate Karma Chameleon daydreaming now danger. What's their song? Fake beat done like whenever they played at Bonnaroo. They're like they're banging their head to it but it's it's skipping a beat. It's it's it's brilliant. It's supposed to be like the best song ever written he. Yeah he's what they're doing is they're manipulating the song it's a house song but they're doing they're missing a third beat on on purpose so their heads are going like this but the beat is interest. Yeah their heads are like house and see. Radio added the dudes that are like this is a simulation. But let's stay yes. Let's stay how we can manipulate it. And if you see the song on Youtube live like it takes a little bit to get to the beat because they're creating something that isn't there. I want to know what that's one of their songs. And everyone's even radiohead fans like. Oh it's so slow but it's so fast why I see. There's a lot to do here. I think enlightenment doesn't isn't you don't have to be done with this world to want to wake up but you do lose it. This the temptation. So Christ in the desert with the devil. He tempts him with power. He tempts him with influence and money. And all these things. These are the things that we have to let go. Oh yeah believing. I think about this all the time. I was having a conversation with Richard Roy in the shower and I was just like yeah. I chose the first one the devil was like I'll make everyone know your name and I was like I'm GonNa stop you there anymore. And Jesus was like Nah but then caviezel comes and he's like I'm going to circle back and do that again. Well so that's why I think I should be celebrated because I have found the what life is about without being Jim Carey rich. That's right and the guy from it's always sunny and he you know he He's understands what life is about money and fame and which one Charlie They'll blind the bond skinny the mail. Yeah I don't know what he recently said one of the main three characters he's Great Glenn Howard Glenn Howard Tan. He saying viewed him. He's great not for this though. He said yeah he's like you know what I've realized what life is about and it's not about collecting things and money and although we are consumer driven market so buy stuff. He said that no. I'm saying it because I'm poor and I'm saying Oh what it's about you celebrate it money. Some of money Pe-. Some people are dumb enough that we need to have it to realize that it wasn't about that. The Universe was generous enough to be like you think it's about that car you saw on my street. Let's take a peek in the heart of that guy. Yeah because you're right. It's not about that and you should be celebrating. I know you're joking. No no I'm not I am but in the and and going back to childhood. I can't help but to think that the childhood that I had helped me have empathy and understanding and and realize that this world doesn't have to be five hundred foot yachts and patty dying on the street. I just had a bout of suffering without going into specifics but it was heavy and afterwards my heart was so open when I was performing it went from being about Pete Getting Glory to making everyone in that crowd who is carrying an unseen burden. Feel better it shifted. I started texting people that I haven't heard from. I started when people told me about their problems because I had one like a lump of hot coal in my throat I had one. It could recognize it in them and that is the point. I think is I go. I could read about suffering. I can think about suffering but when you have it I can. I can help yours and you can help mine. And everything changed. So my my. It's in my book. When it was happening I was in the bath room and I was giving Leila a bath. I was just like vibrating with just real sadness in Maine and I was going. Thank you thank you. That's the game for me is in real time to try and I am proud of myself. I don't mean to Brag about this but I've done this forty years of this or twenty years of trying about this stuff. Yeah Wow I was suffering going thank you that Maharaj Ramdas grew says suffering brings me so close to God and I was just going like thank you. I don't understand this. I hate this but thank you. Thank you thank you and then the the weeks after this conversation is better because I had my ask kicked emotionally. It's one of my family was visiting. Let's the hint I'll give and I was just like when I'm talking to you and you have this pain the conversion of that into something useful. So you're talking about the maybe. The Universe is a simulation to learn how to stop war thoughts. Or No. I know but I but that that's very basic spiritual idea that the universe is God's play learning about itself and figuring out empathy not just wanting to hypothesize about it but really run the experiment. What does it feel like to be a teenager in love? What does it feel like to be an old person in your and your wife of fifty years dies these horrible things? But there's this drive it's like it's like it's rule of thumb being wants to be if God has a want it's to be it's to run. It's one code which is being. Yeah and that being takes every form because if you were infinity what game wouldn't you play and one of the Games is Pete? Having all of his childhood trauma visit him on a Thursday night. We'll.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I think so and so it's still awareness is the light that shining through the brain. The brain is the mechanism that makes it all work but the light is the real mystery the brain is the is the slide that the light is shining through. And the light is really. What's fucking trippy? Here's neck are totally for you. Because we're GONNA love it. He goes. Life has no opposite. The opposite of death is birth life as eternal. It's like that is the true mystery. Being is the mystery and there's no opposite to being cause for something to not be there to be void. There would have to be something there to go. Wow there's nothing here then. What is their noticing. This is that's your cat and your box right there. So the way that we frame the world in the way that we interpret reality is really secondary. Like take your choice. What gets you there. What brings you there. What opens you up. But it's always Saint Francis what you were looking for is what you were looking with and this is why the mystics are always saying that God is here. God is not up there. It's here because we're talking about a metaphor for awareness a metaphor for awareness. How what if you're playing the game? Okay so I think Robert. Shoot or something like that shoots. He talks about a are we in a simulation and he says if you look to your right and you look to your left and you see people. You're not a player you're in. You're in the speech experiment. Urine whatever this world was created by Jeff Bezos for him to plan. You're not a player. Yeah you're an entertainer for this Jeff bezos. Or whoever's gained this has been created for them interesting. I because I don't because I don't see me playing the game therefore I'm not a player. I may pawn in the game. There's a New York Times article that says if this is a study if this world is created for study like keeps you from starting wars or what can what what needs to change. That's like it's like a sandbox program for infant amount of universes experimenting what they should have done and they ran this and this is the one where they're running and You know or just the first people to ever go through this and we're we're working towards creating that kind of world right but right now. We're having people land rocket ships. So we're going to be able to get off this island and I think it's probably just billionaires at first and onto billionaires and then and then if we can download our conscious onto a hard drive we never have to really worry about death or anything we can just relive this world over and over again which is might might be what we're doing now we're smoking dope and the player and the player that's playing us. They're not a guy they don't because when we play Mario we don't feel like a God but that's that's what's interesting is my worldview or whatever for what it's worth is that it's not that. God has observing US suffering. God is suffering in us. God is it's like the ocean and it was like what would it be like to be a fish and it's playing any game at wants to so it's not Jeff bezos watching a simulation. Run out like Mr Burns with all the TV's or Howard Hughes with all the TV's he's so intimately in it it just imagine if you were limitless possibility you were being itself as Michael Gungor says and I say on almost every podcast he goes. If you're infinity what game wouldn't you play so he wants to go. What would it be like to be Brady? Novak and have a panic attack even see the glory of you telling that story that was so traumatic for you when you went to Beverly Hills us to give you panic and now we're telling it we're sort of delighting him you see you you see it and how we make horror movies and we make thrillers. We make every kind of movie. We make documentaries about real tragedies. There's this curiosity of being itself to be like awards to take it to a video game. Can I shoot this window? That curiosity is sort of play in the world. What's it like to be a starfish? What's it like to be the air? What's it like to be the cat in the box carnation right that could be reincarnate? Exactly play every game play and play every character and come back and then when it's over and this is Alan Watts. You go backstage. You take your mask off and you go. Jesus Christ when I was the guy with the Italian dinner and the Sexual Predator and whatever. That was fucking insane. It's the things that we hate. That became the become the great stories. And I think that's actually a clue for what the fuck is going on here. Limitless like I was watching that dog grooming show. And I've already said this but this woman said when I won the dog grooming award. I just wish I could have that feeling forever and I understand what she means. But I'm like that's actually not what we want. I think what we're doing is somehow what we want and by we. I mean it and by what we want is. That's what's happening. Well see so but we don't don't plug. We don't have rule of thumb so right rule of thumbs dogs have like twenty rules of thumbs. A rule of thumb is like a bird feeding an open mouth not caring. What mouth is so some of evolutionary? Biologists think we continue to make the same choices over and over again the yes and now because our rule of thumbs two hundred giving us the illusion of free will. That's interest truly. Were making the same yeses and nos. If I would have played professional baseball I still would ended up again actor at some point. I love that that anything that you can do that helps dissociate from you and your choices and your story being what you actually are. And what's actually going on here? That's why I love the the personality thing it's not scientology it sounds like don't and one of the values of one of the spiritual values of it is. I can go. That's Pete being a three. That's pete being his programming. You start to see my psychology. I started to see my personality and I start to see how and why make the choices I make. I don't really have any more control over them necessarily but I'm not as identified with them and that is so much more of the game. What is happening is happening first time. I'm not sure about that but I keep quoting this. But Mike McCarthy has a new book called you are a miracle and a pain in the ass and he talks about priming and if I tell priming priming is if we have a conversation and I say ice cream seventeen times we can watch your behavior the rest of the week and the chances of you eating ice cream or are through the roof. It's like why people eat Italian food after they watch the sopranos its way advertising works but the the way they would do it is the test somebody. And they'd give them a series of words and then say rearrange these words and if they gave them words associated with elderly people like patience and taking your time or whatever it is the people would walk down the hallway after the exam like twenty eight percent slower and then if they gave them words like aggressive or decisive they would walk down the hallway faster. That's what they were actually studying. No one knew that. So you see what you're saying. We have all these rules of thumbs. We feed open mouths. We jerk off. When we're horny. We eat ice cream when winward depressed where we are nonsense. What is the observing presence? That's the only game in town is to extricate to emancipate yourself from that system from still play. It still enjoy it as roomy says. I walked to the marketplace. But I'm not a purchaser can do it. You don't have to be like this is all bullshit so let's be depressed. I'm still being pete. I'm still interrupting too much. I'm still this this this. I still see my father's this mother's this. I still whatever. I'm eating a pizza in the dark alone. Whatever the fuck is but then I go. What was it that was consistent as much as pitas changing or doing whatever the P. does is the witnessing presence different or is it attornal is a non changing. That's the only what do you think? Have you as your knowledge and understanding made changes in your life? You've you've said yes or no to things that you normally wouldn't. It seems you've seen you seem to be more aware. I think so. I'd like to think I could be better at making a choice because of that awareness because you can remember to to be still and to not be as much of a slave to your emotions but that being said. There's still times where I'm just like I'll say the valley. It's a little bit crazy but I'm like boy. I was really Pete last night. Like Pete Really Great. Or I'll say you're talking to Pete Right now because I'm going to ask me my opinion and I go. You want to know what Pete thinks. What a waste of time and you just run it through the program. Well Pete sort of a pragmatist and he loves success So you probably want to. You know what I mean or you can just be like. That's great. That's why all the saints in the seemed to just be like all right. I'm just I'm looking at the birds. You know what I mean. Because at least the birds aren't so stupid to be like I'm the master of my domain dumb fucking bird go get. Are you going to get some seed in store for weight and you? Are you familiar with the Dodo Bird? Tell me everything. Dodo bird lays their egg in a nest. That isn't theirs knowing. Not Knowing but the rule of thumb that birds automatically feed in open mouth. They don't know that but they do know that. So they they lay their eggs in any nest so someone else will take care of it. Yup and their babies are born with a slot in the back of their head and they pushed the other eggs out of the nest. They scoot on their bike and push the other eggs off the nest now as humans. Would we arrest them for murdering the baby? We're putting ourselves on them right. Yeah Yeah and then so then the the and I. I think it's a Dodo bird. But and then the mom comes back and just sees the open mouth and feed US feeds. Yeah well tripping so so. The Dodo Bird does think it runs the show and from oils. It's brothers and sisters gets the MOM's attention while the penis is designed to you know I have the head of your penises to Yank competitor sperm out. But why it's concave really it's to scrape sperm so your sperm gets made with the foreskin. Well the foreskin retracts when it's around and then when you go in that's why you have a head of your tickets to scrape other people's Giselle that's.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Picking out of his teeth. Make with the hearts is you. Do they feel sabotage? They didn't know they knew they knew. Yeah she's done before. She always invited the whole city to do these things and some people did it. She used to play poker with Les Moonves as they've been friends since he was an actor finding a isn't it funny that it's harder to be an actor than it is to be a producer. Wow because he used to. He's trying to act so that she used to. She used to represent them or something. They buy cards. Those were expensive card games around town and so they were friends forever so she was doing her a favor. Les Moonves Fast. Yeah he probably just wanted to meet the young girls in town. Oh Gross BARF sitting so I say that and then we start the know your neighbor whatever it's called and you go up to the first guy and he says I don't live I don't live here. I don't have a job there's no I don't I go your gutters. There's no gutters. Are you know? And then he goes there's no gutters and I and I'm like. Oh Yeah Right. I forgot I forgot where thirty five people that don't know him so my God and and so it's that for forty five minutes and then after the first group leases trauma by the the Second Group. I still all the bad brown live. Don I remember every word of it took me a decade or two to get over this. You know like I didn't know why I was having panic. Attacks and beverly sued and this was high stakes. I was in a class. I had no and I said I. This is my initiation to this woman. Her name was Marnie. And I was like a Julie. We have to talk. You've been our nanny for six months. Now it's been going great but you didn't know what we have. Nanny Cams all over the House. That was the opening line and she goes. Yeah but I've been taking the tapes out of all those nanny cams so you don't know anything and I was like and afterwards. My teacher blamed me. He was he was like. That's what I means like everything that makes us want to be performance to be good to to shine to do well and then that's on you. I'm like oh. Are you kidding me? My First Class was shown. Halpern she goes. She's I a scene. I'm like with a guy and I'm like it's your. It's your turn to do the dishes. And she's like is that true. Are you roommates with him? And I was like no no well the why would you make stuff up? I don't understand she goes the truth. That's not help helping nice black shirt I like. She wanted you to play in the reality of you to as human improvising. Abc or maybe. She's having with day or they do that. I I'd been mentioned so she wanted me to put my place. I have no idea what's put in for sure. I'm GONNA be yeah. I really thought you would know that I was doing a bit when I said. Do you want to eliminate it breaks my heart that you were like limited? Well I just been trying to say yes to more things because I feel well because I was a closet eater. I didn't like I don't like people watching me eat or drink. That's how I was and and I always drank alone when jobs. I'd go go to the cafeteria and nobody was there. Eat Eat alone or my desk. I never wanted so whenever somebody who's like all I have tacos tacos on you talking to a great gone yet and I'd be like Oh no no no. I don't want your grandmother's recipe tacos. Connie I'd rather just eat air. Yeah and I'm like they're to the point I was like that's so stupid like turn down food that surprising that people making are offering right. And if you have lemonade you know homemade back there. Then I'll take it. I'll be right back piecing off like forty five minutes. We do have a lemon and water. Trees are great. The trees are great. We're grown men. We're having grown men CONVOS. I'm GONNA come back when it grows up taller because anything that's over. The fence is pry public really. Yeah so I could take you on a walk in the neighborhood and show you. What the limit overhanging lemon yes. That's what I do yes I do. I grab them grab them. You know they're going to waste and so after so we're in the second group of know your neighbor now in beverly beans department. Why do they have the best improviser being the reporter? I feel like that's the straight me either. So many great questions. Why did I just say something? Yeah Yeah Yeah so then. The next group comes in and I'm so it's full on panic attack. No therapy no medication. All before that. Yeah there's no idea and the guy that's when the guy says oh boy. It's really raining out here. You're you're rain's getting all over you know that's not one I hate. He said I hate no gets worse. He goes you're sweating. Why are you sweating so much? She's going for the cheap laugh and I said. Oh it's because it's raining out here and then it was twenty more minutes of that and then afterwards we gotta ask questions Lisi. He didn't say no. It's not I thought for sure you know so we gotta ask questions. And that's when they said to the eighteen year old kid they said. Are you emancipated as like? I don't even know what that means. Like I don't belong. Who's asking questions Les Moonves and now they're asking you what's his name. Danny Rape Danny rate he asks yes you yeah He. We were allowed to ask him questions. I was part of the deal and some people. How do I make it in the industry? Take these pills and oh God so so that was it. And so then everyone leaves and it's just me and my manager and she says what happened. I was like I don't I don't know she's like that was terrible. That was awful. They they told me if co because we went when she tells you yet because we went back and trying to force this is your mom saying is in there someone else you can talk. I know decades to take me to you know. It's just amazing. How long this stuff takes it. The way our psychology. Keep reproducing these situations until we deal with them. Yeah is what I have Right. I would think so what things I call. And and maybe even two point things to that day that aren't related. And you know what I mean like if I went to put it you know if I went to put it all together. That panic attacks are happening in this part of Beverly Hills. Every time I walked by this part of this conversation happened. Yeah she says a lot of things. If you think that guy's a stew Har- yeah so then he said they so after the show. I mean this sincerely I feel like I could see you have an off night and still be like that. Guy Scott Equality for sure. Yeah it's interesting it's interesting. It's such a unique dude. They is interesting. And and so you know she li so they all they all even as she said when. I put you back in the room and brought you before I brought you back out. They told me if they if you think he's a star you and he should leave the industry right so there was wine with dinner saying to his dear friend right. Who's not gonNA leave the industry? She represented Jim Caviezel and so then a week later. I'm like had a relationship for seven years. Grow out here and I was like yeah. That's it I'm done. I'm out of here and so it was long distance for four of those years but and so I so I was like I need to go learn stand up and so I moved back to Chicago. What gave you that idea. Fear you hadn't done. I belonged hating myself. You know like you thought the ants. I think I just wanted to go back somewhere that I knew it was safe. And the With people actually think a situation with a bunch of people who are doing terrible Improv. With you would drive a reasonable performance to stand up. Because you're like at least I can control it totally wonder why it was. It was if I'm going to take this seriously and changed much in my life. I've got to be the one driving driving. Yeah but it's still more fun to work with people and informative. Isn't it funny? Though that like stand ups peer standups the guys that I did the opposite. Where left Improv? After I started doing San well. It's not the opposite. I was doing problem than I got. I always looked at Santa's the pure cut of it. I was like I can just get more of what I like but I missed the community but then stand up can drive you back into the community yes into acting plus when I moved out here this for the second time Matt Braga and Kyle Kinane in the stand up comics like them have had already laid down the groundwork to the point where they could vowed someone. Yeah that's right so that that time around to the first round. I didn't have any of that. When did you go back to Chicago? Two Thousand and two or three. Yeah see we did it. We had two to three years of overlap. Yeah and then I saw an I saw I said spines earlier and I think it's because you knew that yet. What am I do you know this? What am I first bits? It was like a signature bit. That's how great the scene was like open. Microbes would have been that we knew and it was about. Where did the phrase spill the beans come from India? We're all phrases created at that time. Yeah like painting the town red you remember and someone with a big sack of beans and they spell it and they go be in the more famous you'd get the more we would be like away areas. I want to pay you a very. This is important to me. So we'll keep a brief.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"She apologized because it took her a week. Do Fire by line the hip trail. Just stop talking about your girlfriend or whatever. I want to apologize for last week. That is hilarious. Apologize twice because she also she had an opinion about a friend of ours. She like she. She had an opinion like a biased opinion. I think she goes. That guy's an idiot. You shouldn't even be friends with them. And then the next week. She's like I want to apologize. I'm sorry what is she on the by you do or the habit. I'm picturing right. Like very very blue overalls once strap open both. Lebeau straps open country. Sorry Ma Breath. I can't hear anything. Is that my fault? Oh my God so you do have headphone. I sweat right through him. I sweat right through I would I would get Mozilla guests found all poundstone can deal with the residual moisture survey funny. I'm going into a panic attack. 'cause these are all things that I cared about her. I cared about sweat. This is emotional stuff and now you're throwing waiting so my dad's voicing therapist. I'm avoiding so my mom. This is my dad in a. I was going to say not shown. It's so my mom's Outta town she's in Colorado that my my dad lives in Kansas City and I call them three hours before he dies. We didn't know he's going to die. I just call them and yet out one thing. I ever that beverly rubbing off on you that psychics psychic. Yeah absolutely eighty cents. But I didn't know what you were just talking about. It does have its blank spot. Psychics aren't necessarily linear. I knew my God okay. So he said she said I go one thing I do to. My sister used to do my dad when he was alive. Is I would say I would go. I love you and they go. My Dad was kind of dad that you had to earn his love. Like if I went home for an hour if I was going to do shows in the Midwest and I just went home for an hour. Just say hi no hug no even a hello but if I was there for three days by the third day we'd be best friends hug and laughing. Your Dad was basically under three feet of snow. Whenever you found him. And you'd have to dig him out and it'd be like yeah that's right and yeah and then also he had multiple myeloma which gave him a lot of pain in the Min. Mendel show fire up the Godfather. Tell if this is one or two show pain they just yell their wives we just you your dad is going to be Al Pacino. So I said I'm talking to him. I go dad. You sound terrible. You should call. The COP usually called nine one one. I don't want your mom to come home and worry about me. I'm like you really sound terrible. And he's like Oh and I said Okay I love you. And he's like he a bit. I hang bit I hang up the phone. I'm like how do you call nine one one in a different city? Yeah like I think it is that what plus one is for. I don't know lots one and then like area code just. I told them what I can tell them. Well that that is the ultimate. You can't with your parents. There's certain things we all want to do for our parents. Maybe it's just you have to let it go for sure. You had like the ultimate like I. At a certain point you had to resign responsibility. Is that what we're saying? Oh totally yeah. It was the next day I mean you know. First of all you lived with a disease that he was only supposed to live two years with and he was on year five well and he was going in for a pacemaker and dental surgery but he had diabetes and those would have been tough surgeries as doctors are like contractors. Contractors are always going to quote you like a low number and then be like sorry. It's higher doctors are like the reverse if I think you might die in two years but it might be like seven years. I'm going to tell you the two because then you live the seven. I'll be like where the best in the BIZ. You don't WanNa go now high. Because then you'd be like you said seven. Yeah that's right Dr. Dark no you would lose your license because it wouldn't be the truth. What the truth is a drug was invented? Oh that was like forty thousand dollars a month but my dad's insurances happen to cover them. Oh well but this drug kept him alive and the doctor said had a patient live as long as you on this so I don't know what to tell you. It was all because he wasn't any drug I think they're just free styling like contractors. But you're you're right. There's the hippopotamus they're not like contractors who they're like. Oh do it. Doctors just away contractors and we're like get Ted over there to do it right right. I see so there was a miracle drug basically. Yeah and I think I I told my Oh my dad said I don't want to call nine one. I don't one wear your mom and I said mom will will be much better. She comes home and finds you dead. I love you you said that. Yeah then the neighbor he dies. He dies three hours later. And my that timeline. Because the neighbor went over it ten thirty and found him and then when they came there like he's been as maggots and aunt said been dead about. This is biting his teeth. That's probably been dead for the boy phone. Still my God the best looking for there's still hot grip and you found no country for old men. The milk's still gold. I'll share. He was just here. We'll Wilshire and Tommy Lee. Jones is always cool and calm wheelchair. We'll find. Yeah by the way Matt Damon and it's just becoming Tommy Lee Jones. Have you noticed? Let's see watch Ford V. Ferrari I think all right. That's all he's doing Tommy Lee. I'm not saying that's bad. I'm saying Oh cool. Because Tommy Lee in no con- yeah hooked so old and that movie was like twenty years ago. You ever get that feeling like how Selina Jones. Yeah he's looking a little more to FAC- I that's dark they snow rally very old is what I'm saying is I can guarantee that. He went for that Wurley Bird. Now I'm just thinking about your brilliant again. Are you burning? Just just be. Honest is this is this. Is this a sabotage? I walked into that but I do so do improper three months. And it's incredible. It's so funny everybody's like this is so great. This is wonderful. So beverly deans like well. I'M GONNA call over these two producers. This is before less was with an lane and and then and an harvey was Miramax. Yep so she invites them over and feeds them in Italian dinner. Great and she said when you guys come over go into the my bedroom and just stay there until we're done which is three hours of laying on the floor waiting and instead of fifteen he's had an Improv team on ice instead of fifteen people she invited thirty five people and I don't know who these people are right. So she's like she's like okay. They're ready for you so we come out and I'm the one where snacks in the bedroom. Now now you're in there for three hours snack list laying on the ground because even if you weren't hungry when you got there you were hungry come showtime and why. I mean a lot of things and some of you probably did come hungry because you're that guy smell Italian food. A big part of acting is being prepared in moments like that and those are things I learned later. Have a pack of peanuts in that backpack. Well and Yeah. Just be like okay. I got mentally when you're sitting in a trailer you've gotta be like mentally prepared mentally prepared. Yeah he called Onset Improv. For me I used to listen to like. I love listening to hip hop lots of words. Lots of images. I was trying to get inspiration. Fill up the tank if you had me like when I would audition for a herald team at UC be. I remember just being in a room like that for twenty minutes before they would see us. People you've never improvised with before terrible terrible additions and I was like I know. I'm a good improviser but like I'm with fifteen nervous people. We're not GONNA do well. Well he ask you do have to turn that back on yourself and be like I have to remain calm. Yeah that's right and and take care of me. How am I gonNA soar with the Eagle in? That will take care of these other people that are like I'm a lawyer and also I do Improv. Because it helps me speak. That's great. That's great we literally had a guy from the EMINEM. Corp that joined the team to loosen up in the boardroom. So so funny. Because we'd kill ourselves and it's like it's like a group of pirates and there's one guy that's like fire it on the weekends and it says in the boardroom swinging on a rope now and they love it and we're like I ate a parrot last night I totally. I totally feel. I thought things got easier when you get older. I didn't realize things get harder. Tell me what you mean by that. Well I didn't. I didn't realize like that like that. Guy's ignorance at the EMINEM board and the fact that he could be eminem board made him a hundred times. Better improviser because he'd never freaked out. He never worried people thought ever and so he just took care of himself and enjoyed it and had nothing to lose out. I would the older I got the more I had to lose. Every edition went into and scared money. You're playing what scared money for a poker term. Totally unnecessary as well. It's warm for people at ten thirty in the morning. That's insane. That's so great. Yeah that's a better way to look at it. That's a great way to look at it and when there is a financial stake to it a big job. I remember auditioning for commercials. And you're like this is not just my year. This is like the next three years of my life. You had to do some mental game like you're saying of. I'm just performing for these people at ten thirty morning. Just be there it takes. It gets stand up. It gets worse before it gets better than I didn't. In live shows became really really difficult to with just thinking. I did not belong Panic attacks and I had no I mean. I'm not surprised but like that too. Yeah you do what? I'd hide it on set to directors. I would tell them now that I was having a panic attack that day and they'd be like really. I didn't even show up on screen. I I would. I hated myself. I was like I don't belong here and it just got worse. Never got better interesting. I mean that's a lot of works right so I'm no expert. I've done acting for twenty three years and I think all I could tell. The person is just somehow figure out meditation or something to be calm before you go into a room because it's going to be fifteen. Yeah how very powerful people just staring at you going. What are you GONNA do? Yeah and so. It's a mental exercise. I used to hide in the script and just look at it. Never make eye contact now. It's after tons of work. It's so much better. What is your strategy now therapy meditation? Yeah medication down the right stuff. Yeah well severe anxiety slight depression so zoloft and Wellbutrin which one's which so Zoloft is severe anxiety and depression okay and then Butuan depression. Ok well can stop anytime Zoloft. You can't and and also I would do that. That still didn't work and this is after three years of therapy and my therapist goes..

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Try some on it. Try some heat known Jew and eat some Catava baby. That's that's the that's the old pd recipe for feeling good. And I hope it works for you as well as it is for me. I cannot talk very well today. I don't know what it is. Luckily I had a great show with Brady Novak. I wasn't having whatever problem I'm having right now with my my old friend Brady and hope you enjoy this episode. As much as I did recording it again stay healthy. Stay SAFE AND GET INTO IT I. I'm not proud of this but life is too long and I was re watching Jerry Maguire. Look it's on Netflix. It's on Netflix. And I was watching it in there and the crisis of conscience that he was having in that movie in two thousand whatever. I mean that was like that was not even two thousand is in the nineties the ninety s and that was he was a sports agent but he was seeing his clients. Football clients getting massive concussions. Keep doing this. That's what makes him. WanNa like chain he then he just writes. A manifesto have too many clients. It's like actually. The problem is much bigger than we need to focus. More on individuals is like no you were in the hospital and a man couldn't remember his wife one in one out one is. I mean doesn't that make does that make sense like you have six clients when their career's over your own. No that is probably what they look at us now. I wonder I do mean us. Communicate when Jerry Maguire when she is not you had me at. Hello Yeah you eat me. It's also also a terrible thing to me you. You should go into a relationship complete. Yes that's right so we you go to give not to get CODA. Give why said that I not Robbins keeps getting in the in the hot water. Every time I see Tony Tony Robbins and the feet. It's not good. It's like He. He ate like she over. I love Tony Robbins. I regret that riff. Tony Do. This did a podcast. Hey what is what did he goes for. He ate. Thank you your cell. Can I open this now? You're so funny I love you. I think you're fantastic. I was watching. Stand up on Youtube and I'm just like Brady. Novak is the real deal man. Funny thank you that being said to feel welcome but I just think you're fucking incredible. I always have and Tony Robbins. Like it's always like he will say something about like. The women of Metoo are playing the victim. All right powerful. I I don't know the details. Don't put all homes on the scale. It is praising he's like you can't identify victim. You gotta get over it. But that's not well. Do you take the good like Polanski. Rapes women and he also makes good movies. Yes yeah I mean. It's a very complicated dude only robbins That's his whole thing right. Don't be a victim However I wouldn't call people putting Harvey Weinstein in jail victims. That's right that's very powerful. I agree moonves has to like these are people that were telling me. I should get out of the industry and now they're out of the industry. Is that true yes stat and wine told you to get out of the as and Harvey Weinstein told my manager at that time. That if she he said if you think he's a star you and he should leave the industry. This is one less move as best friend was my manager at that time to one when I'd go to Beverly Hills I'd still have panic attacks to up to last year and I wouldn't know why afraid that you might see him. No afraid because I'd walk right by the apartment where he said it to you. You set it to my manager who toge. Oh No. That's you know what I did new on Ener I it. Was you know what I mean like? Your panic was like but this is wary setup. That and I didn't really put it together and so what I did was I moved out of Hollywood and back to Chicago and started learning standup because was like I don't want to ever be told that again by powerful people and not have a backup plan. Well that is what gives us our power in a big way. Yeah is we can always go to that. I I did a thing. So long ago with Joaquin Phoenix. And he was sort of lamenting about the lifestyle of an actor and I took that as a as a thing like even him way sort of like. If it's not will I work again? Will I work on something? Good again like they have good. Yeah that's a good place to be. It is a good place to be but I think it is a good place but I think when you're eating you know Golden Grahams in your bathrobe and like three weeks goes by. I'm not saying it's a terrible life. I'm just saying the STANDUP can always go fuck this. I'm going. They'll they'll greet me with a with a lion's roar in Minneapolis. Well I don't know if you know this I don't know do lions live audience. Sound like one line so I don't know if you're aware of this but there is a guy that had a talk show like yours Called inside the actors studio who passed Yeah he passed and they as Lipton like people were yelling at. James looked their radios. She will yell at the radio with the screen often just the volume no TV just the volume on the TV mom and I- actors studio that is is that he other my mom. My mom and I my mom is basically came on my sophomore junior year so I watched it but people would come on there and he'd be like about the actor would you suggest actors and they're like It's pretty it's pretty stupid and I was pretty dumb and being an actor B. and actor and I would hear that as a seventeen year old and thank. I wasn't even acting at the time I thought. Oh they're just saying that because they don't want competition that's what people say about New Jersey. Let Him poop on us. We got deer eating in my driveway this morning and then twenty minutes into the city. They there's A. There's one guy told me that and I've been like that's what Jersey does they let. Everyone should on them. Oh yeah with the armpit of America of fucking planet on my I mean. It's so it's the first thing I say I go. I'm like why Brooklyn when New Jersey's closer it's exactly the Brooklyn has all the like. There's so many great songs however. What DO YOU SING IN JERSEY JERSEY? Take me in. No however you get there and you find out. Oh they weren't lying. There are parts of Jersey. That are there's parts of acting like they're just like Oh my God. This is what I signed up for. That's exactly right. I remember it was Brian Petrovka to fold in someone. We both knew. Yes and Kinda no I see him once every ten years. That's often but he was like I I would feel he said I would see Jeff Klinger on the Board of the lineup of Zanies and he was like and I felt bad him and I remember him saying that and I was like that's interesting because I'm trying so hard to be the name at Zanies pheasant run that weekend and he but he wasn't wrong. There's eating shit in any field. You just have to make sure it's the shit that you'd like to eat. It's the shit. That's the most appealing. Well it's yet Tom. Hanks is like. There's no good scripts they keep pitching choice story five. I don't want to start. Well I think I think for me. It's it's it's all always wanting to choose what's the shit that I'm like. Oh yeah that's my show. That's a better way to exactly that smells. That even tastes yeah. I'm GONNA have a little bit more but it I'm pretty Dang sure that's my crap and like that so so funny room and you find one. That's yours yeah and then your shit. That's the quote. So that's how you avoid now. My agents and managers of course have a different philosophy a different managers since two thousand good. Lord. I Beverly Dean is. Her name is what lay said everybody in Hollywood. Is that knows her like this. We did IMPROV. With thirty three people in her one bedroom apartment we stay. We slept in her. We slept she put us in our bedroom. Why they added Italian dinner. And then and then we Weinstein and Moves Vez. Sit Down and I do. Forty five minutes of Improv and panic attack common sweaty other. This is a true story other actors are going. Is it raining in here and I'm like Oh my God it's worse. Wait your manager. What's her name Bev. At the time Beverly Dean she gem Jesus Christ yes. That's right from the passion. Yes but if but she also she was a psychic so she also used to know raiders. I swear to God. She used to give the raiders head coach which was fun days. Appoint days at that time. Tom flory's Tom Floors. He she used to give hazy hazy. Winter's choose to give him psychic advice because she was a psychic. This is all true. You're so how sorta how did you get hooked up? Tell the whole story of this woman and it ends with doing Improv for lease we just spilled the beans on that one I know. Let's let's earn it. I loved it piqued our interest. So it's like a great movie that opens with. You wack doing here with rob for Harvey Weinstein and then it goes three months earlier. I'll see no I. That's not the order. I would want like my shit. Okay okay so well okay so I come. I'm in Chicago. One thousand nine hundred eight to doing improv. And I'm like I'm ready to take on how you started. Yeah Improv terrified to stand up. It's very scary. I don't know if you've ever done it it's terrifying. I'm not surprised because you have that. Stand up that I love. That is the improviser who crossed over. You know what I mean. The Standard of the cross over Improv is almost always terrible. But the improviser that crosses to stand up is almost always delightful. Yeah unless they're terrible right right right right and I have a hard time thing of San. That went the other way. And they're like wow who knew seinfeld. Give me a suggestion living room. Why do they call it a living room anew most my living in the hey jerry the rest of us? Kinda WANNA do some exact. I'm tired of doing actions. I need another suggestion. He just gets a new suggestion every three minutes. All right just blackout. When I'd Talia. Jelly beans does to invoke bean into the candy. How ABOUT JELLY BY? Oh got guests here tonight Larry Sanders. Come up okay. So it's two thousand and one I moved to La. Because I'm ready to take on the world you live to La in two thousand one. That I moved to Chicago. That feels a little personal. That's interesting because when I moved back you're we had crossover when you come back from New York interesting but you were there a little bit when I was there. We'll get there. Maybe so I come out here. And I'm come out. September first two thousand one and the new Improv Olympic on sunset. And Hollywood just open. And I'm like I'm going to go in there and.

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"novak" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on WTOP

"Novak power you can count sometimes the apple your smartphone doesn't give you the full story the crash involving the overturned tractor trailer near the Woodrow Wilson bridge the earlier flooding has receded and both of your lanes are open outer loop before river road downed tree along the right side but it's an exit lane with a fuel leak their training the saddle tanks right now there's a hazmat crew on the scene WTOP he gives you the why behind the what in your traffic woes traffic reports every ten minutes on the aids on WTOP it's three eighteen traffic and weather on the eight and when it breaks my traveling sixty sixties found pretty quiet start as you leave Haymarket headed toward developing inside the valley headed toward Ross and the Roosevelt bridge no incidents anyway so far still working westbound as you head west of two thirty four subway ride out toward the prince we impart breaks of forty four still getting modern works and single father right but doing so without delay now if you're traveling are out of Leesburg on route seven to Ashburn sterling pastoral track toward Tyson's in about a good ride so far the early issues report along the doll screen hard dollars toll road headed toward the valley looking good there's one even inside developing on the connector road headed towards sixty six in falls church also a good ride after traveling on southbound three ninety five is still working aged south seminary right down to our Duke street single file left get you by but once you clear that no further issue down the beltway ninety five north found some of the parents work sounds as you approach route six thirty Stafford single file right Kunj bother work sound and then further north as you head north past the exit for Dale city in the car rest area toward the front swim parkway single file let's get you by what is termed a paving projects and just be aware when you clear that better up toward the beltway in Springfield three ninety five north between about weighing the fourteenth street bridge also moving well early no early issues report along the George Washington parkway in either direction specially if there's still some folks who had over toward Reagan national early nothing anyway to slow you down rich honor WTOP traffic clouds linger in the first half of our Monday rain chances are there throughout the day especially if you live east of I ninety five and south of I. ninety five temperatures upper fifties to low sixties tomorrow mid to upper sixties a warmer for your Tuesday gusty winds on Tuesday as well conditions on Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a chance for some showers Wednesday looks sunny with highs in the upper fifties I'm searching for meteorologists or Theodore it's fifty five degrees in downtown Washington brought to you by letting the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week it's three twenty to your.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"To restore do you cook. No no let it go no. I don't need an open tab when you're writing a script and you cut something but you can't bear to see you put another doc. I'll just save. This never comes back. I do that. You're like no thank you. No one's ever looking like. What did we cut? Should we put it back. Never it's always been like sending it to upstate. That's right this is great. We'll find a place for this. You're in office cut bits dot FDA right that's where you we live candy bag we call it the candy back. Yeah which kind of feels like a gross anatomical. You've you've back and searched for a joke in a cut. Bits duck like a key word and I found it totally. I think while I stand up I think it makes a Lotta sense script. Oh Yeah Yeah. In fact that reminds me of one of my favorite office jokes of all time which hinges on Dwight a find and replace God. Thank you about all tight. I wrote that I felt like based on this every time. Someone says my favorite office joke. I'm like Oh boy I can guarantee I did not write it. You wrote this last time my friend getting AH DE READY. This is the this exact joke was the last time someone said a joke that I had written. This is when in threat level midnight. You're such an idiot twigged twigged and end Jim Pieces together that he had to find the idiot character from Dwight to something else and mispelled didn't replace it's the most writer joke. It's such a writer so when I saw I wasn't yet writing so it wasn't like I just enjoyed it audit I got yeah. People know find and replace command. F- yeah you can do that but typo they don't have that smart. I love it. Didn't take long for Blake. Ross if you're listening to program Blake Ross is very funny. Any comedy writer who invented Fox. He did yeah really. He's like a teenager for fun for firefly he was. That's what he did. He was like a brilliant. You know engineer hacker programmer and then he worked at facebook and and now he made his money wants to write comedy. It's very funny. He wrote a Silicon Valley SPEC back put online. There's really good really. Yeah Well Yeah I love that when someone cashes in and makes all that they ever need. Then they're like now I can do comedy doesn't make you feel good that you do comedy I guess so I yeah we should take that in because also you should take on my friend John Mayer. I'm like how how would you be a Rockstar and WanNa do comedy like music is the highest level of all I think of artistic envy each being a billionaire Arab not to Blake's a billionaire but being you know super in inventor rich inventor right but there's something about comedy that really speaks to people because it's completely new do right and I think that's what makes it when it doesn't work it doesn't work. He's not quite you or even when it's not working sometimes it can be working but it's not quite use so it's not working as well as it could because you're not being real that to me is the is the fascinating question of comedy that I wrestle with which is does does the audience tell you who you are or do you tell the audience who you are does George. And that's to it's just George Lucas Own Star Wars. Who owns it? The fans are George George Lucas. That is a different and great question. I think it's similar. Okay how because if I'm doing jokes and the and the audience response when I do jokes that are say from the perspective. Effective of Dorky. Dad was a breakthrough for me. AM I. I'm letting them have agency over the type of material you I was just talking to Duncan trussell about this. He was like if you you tweet something and it gets a lot of saves you need to start tweeting other stuff. I go away from it and I'm like no that's free are indeed. That's the audience. Tell you who they us. Who in the world is I believe in like you know a give and take you need to take that in and if you decide to violate it know that you're violating but what do it also to delight them? I wouldn't do it just on principle to be like well now. They expect me to do this. I'm going to be this. I'm like no that's so valuable. That's like a focus group Saying be day. Novak is very funny at the stonewall. Right do more of that right but I'm a pragmatist. No I think that I I am too and I tend to be on that side but I also wonder I wonder how much it limits you I mean it teaches you who you. I'm talking on on a personal level as well as comedy. It teaches you who you are but it also could be someone else telling you who you are right now but who if not someone else tells you Kinda who. You're who. If not someone else right I know we figure out who we are if it's not on stage stage it's still bouncing it off other people like I. I was stoned. Well the people in your life the people in your life are your audience. That's right I mean it's the same idea right. We were just talking about. I thought it was really interesting. I don't know if I can turn it into a stand a bit because it's Kinda sensitive but rick you're used to have a bit about. Why do gay people talk feminine? Right he was like you start having sex with a man and it's not really an appropriate bed. What if I walked out of the podcast right now? Larry got so many points. Oh my God. I'm just quoting you're like cancelled. I am not Kansas all loading but my point is everyone's faking it. I just said this on another another episode but I was like Kid. Rock is faking it. You know what I mean. Everyone's doing what they're doing. He's not really named Kid. Rock hilarious. I just mean a macho guy also leaning into whatever is gaining in love respect and part well a friend of mine pointed out you know Justin Bieber having so many tattoos a lot of people having so many tattoos because you're from from a culture where you where you need to prove your heart and people are constantly mocking you in Walberg in fashion for not being hard enough you know so someone is as you do you know you might look at them and think that guy's hard sure he wants you to think that because at some point he felt hard right and if you want to attract attract a certain type of person you alter your even the way you might speak whatever saying is everyone remember junior high when all our voices were changing and some of the boys voiced their voices changed earlier and some of the guys like me. That's still got called Ma'am when I called. CVS and see if the new Dick Tracy figures were in. I would answer the phone. He'd be like hello. It's it's junior high for Kidwai's I would argue. Joseph Gordon Levitt still doesn't if you watch Joseph Gordon Levitt movie I don't know it just always sounds he's like school I'm like he's doing take lower jobs fired on Joseph Gordon. I've been saying it feels familiar. We're all pretending and we're all getting into so we're going back to the audience telling us who we are. The tough guy is kind of like women's seem to look at the or the or you see a movie is either way. Jack Nicholson is in the seventies and you're like Gobi like that. We're all faking it. There's the real you I think as is a collective writers tend to imitate their favorite writers until all that kind of bache is over. Yeah until kind of what metaphor looking for it's like a jet plane kind of finally lifting until you've liftoff okay. I'm flying now. That's the original thing is every writer you know cringes at how much they were imitating whoever their influence. Well that's right. I used to really really long truncated dialogue because I love me. I'm Ed and I love Tarantino who you worked with. Long truncated long scenes were long. Oh Yeah I wrote it in a lot of like what but Dash Dot. I still do. Yeah well. That was a great from the little. I know of theatrical history. That seems like it was a great step forward in terms of conversational dialogue being poetic right and having a syncopated rhythm and all that. And then he got too big and became mocked. mammy yeah I'd agree with without the what you're saying it's also true of standups so the beginning you're listening one hundred percent to the audience. Who Am I? You're also one hundred percent inviting your influences. Insist t right. I was letting Brian Regan fully And then slowly I reached lift off and I was like Oh this is this is what I sound like but really there's no fully shedding those influences. You just overpower them at a certain When you agree yep right so in the bloopers? Oh I'll tell you the millennium thing I the dinner wasn't boring or bad at a certain point. It just occurred to me that I could make it so much more interesting and make life more interesting saying if I just said to him at Dinner Mullany in two thousand twenty. I'm going to crush you. Like how funny would that be like. Did you did you. No I didn't see I'm doing what you said. I didn't follow through right but I mean I told you. Yeah let's say we. It's very hard to argue with the strategy strategy. Let's not and say we did. You know you get almost all the upside. I'm none of the downsides. You would think that's hilarious news. It would be way funnier if if I tweeted. The name of my Tori is Pete Holmes. The new mullany tour like he's going to crush John Mullany. I'm going to have more fans. I'm going to have more to know that you guys are so funny. I don't know I'd give you more credit than that. I don't think he's so stratospheric. Compared to you that it would be an obvious they settled T- that only you and I may be would understand. I don't know I think it's funnier. If you know all of the people involved in interpersonal it'd be like what okay he would talk to Molina. But that's what made it sort of moats already to me. Is that only he would know. I'm joking but I would never tell ah fans who don't exactly know who millennials in like wonder about that some some. You're right some so it's not like it's not like it's this universal thing. I love that I called out your joke and I love. I love that to my God is always gene. Cyp Nikki joke or Mindy Joe. Oh really I feel Oh yeah break in the heart breaking the old Heart No. It just didn't feel good right if feels better. Oh Yeah that brings me back to what I remember about you and touring together one. I was super excited sighted too..

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Enjoy my chat with brilliant and hilarious. BJ Novak already started. That's what you should know. This is on Mike. I'm Jake but we are. We are rolling. And you don't even know anything breath you didn't listen to fellow. CAST member Rainn Wilson. But not just to be sure that shots are being fired you did not. We need Click Bait. BJ Novak says Rainn Wilson. I'd rather stand in the rain with with the guy who played Wilson from home improvement. Your I'm being recorded. You think that's funny for free. These are hits. You're so many drink and a lot a long sleeve yellow T.. which which I never see and I'm loving it long? Sleeve t is the greatest clothing item in La. Is it even a t at that point. It's more more of A. It's an am. I don't know how good this content is but but a long sleeve t I've worn it ever since I moved here about three hundred and sixty three days a year. It's the perfect thing to wear. And Yeah so it was like sixty three to seventy one out here. which is these.

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"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"To be an incredible special guests to go to Largo Dash. La Dot Com if you'd like to be there My Book Comedy Sex. God is available. This by the way is B.J. Novak I should have said that. This is B.J. Novak known for a very long time We talk about that you know. BJ EJ from the office. He's an incredible writer and producer. He's a great stand up and he's also written books we get into all of that. You know you're going to enjoy you're gonNA enjoy me becoming more and more like BJ. I always married guess so this is a this is a BJ flavor flav. Couve I become as you guys know. We don't do traditional ads on the podcast. Always we do products that I love and use every single day Things like Kitsch Avenue. AVOCA child is what I had for breakfast. I'll probably have it for lunch. It's like three o'clock I'm getting hungry. Kucha is a plant based superfood drink. Mix that it's such a over-simplification oversimplification to call it a drink mix. It's like a meal and a pill. It's the fastest most nutrient dense plant based superfood miracle. I'll call it a Miracle Agricole that I've ever found. They went into the jungle. That CATAVA team are real bad ass. Explorers that go into the jungle and find the most nutrient rich superfoods. It's it's a hundred percent plant based it's got Omega threes. which everybody knows you Omega Needs? It's got eight super fruits it's got seventeen Greens and veggies. It's gluten in Free Soy free. No artificial sweeteners preservatives. It's got powdered coconut milk. Which I really think is one of the secrets of white so good which you can make just water but it mixes with the powder coconut milk making chocolate and creamy or Vanilla Ian Creamy? If that's the flavor you prefer got adapted. Jen's it's got twenty four grams of plant based protein nine grams of fiber for people who are curious about what it feels like in your body nutritionally energy wise mood wise to eat more our plant based but they don't know where to start. I always point into Catava for people like me. Who have a baby or people who are trying to manage their health or their weight or people that travel a lot? What like me? Kochavi is a wonderful secret weapon. It's actually delicious. It's not just like health food delicious. It's actually delicious too. You can put Almond Milk Senate frozen berries in their tastes like strawberry ice cream and makes you feel amazing. You get a nutrition high from it. You don't even know what your body is missing until you give it to your body and then you just fantastic and and you go. Hey thanks for the CATAVA. Plus you'll be showing your support of this always free podcast with twenty percent off k. c. h. a. v. a. dot com slash weird. They'll get twenty percents off your order and show your support of this show The other competes pick this week. What am I work? Paik me UNDIES. I'm just wearing pink mandates because that's what I'm about I love me on these you guys know this. Recently I found out from about me on these From another podcast. I was just listening to. I did a complete overhaul. I realized that putting on bad fitting boring pattern underwear every morning I was like I'm a grown man. What am I doing? I WanNa start my day with something that fits perfect super soft like four times softer than cotton. It's made from micro modell fabric softer than cotton and it fits perfect and the patterns are actually fun when ever. I'm wearing them. Leela pointed them some ones with pizzas on them tacos on him and she loves him in two points and she laughs which is what I'm looking for babies pointing and laughing but it makes me happy. It's weird it's like a fun silly way to start the day too because I like the silly patterns or you can just get like what I'm wearing now pink black your standards. It's going to be the best fitting underwear you've ever got. It's going to be the most comfortable the softest and they also make one sees and lounge wear. I often record this podcast in my pajamas. Those sir my me. Andy's Lounge Vance incredible made from the same stuff as the underwear. So soft they got star wars patterns. They got Valentine's I I. If you're looking to match match your sweetheart go ahead match the Andes get real cute cute as people think you are and match match my days And get some fun patterns there or a Onesie or some lounge pants and just be adorable. Embark tastic together It's a fun time of the year to Redo your underwear because of this made up holiday. That's what I'm saying. What I what is totally one hundred percent real? Is I love them. I reached out to them. Mike said let's do this. I want to tell people about the best underwear their own and they said Hell. Yeah so if you want to show your support of this podcast and treat your booty it to some really nice fitting premium high-quality staff.

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"novak" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"novak" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"All right. Welcome endless honeymoon. Here we are. I'm Moshe casher and I'm Natasha. You're right I was turning it down because your voice is so loud. Let's start again. No let's let's keep it. We got some special guests today. Very excited very excited to have both of these people here Chris. Laker Jacqueline Novak. Thank you thank you for joining a hello. Thank you for having Nice. It's really nice. You guys both have different. New York. Accents do Irish accent. You have kind of like the the right side of the track sent heinous. I'm horrified weight. Well she's from where Hillary Clinton lives. That is exactly it feels right. I thought I had a absolute street. Like lake no flourishes South Bronx I thought it was. I mean you ever. I thought I was simply you know right down the line of nothing all I can say is the last six times I've I've seen you other than your show which we're going to talk about the second. Have Been in the lobby of a high-end Yoga Studio. I was on my way to work. I'm not I'm just saying we're not because of yoga. Chris where are you from. Staten Island now. There we go. We're going to take a ferry to get places when you were either. Take a ferry to go to school. Yeah the most. Would you love San Island now hate it. It's fucking hell hole is I mean I never lived there adult like on purpose. Oh man my whole family moved to Staten Island Island. They were all in Brooklyn they all moved to Staten Island and then they they'd always be like come visit and I'm like no I mean once there's a boat involved I'm out like yeah that's like all these people oh from Brooklyn and wanted to move to New Jersey and they just didn't make it stopped on that island and they were like okay. I guess this is close enough. And then they all talk about moving to Florida Florida or New Jersey. Yeah I don't I don't like the cops flew to write the cops living city. I think to be a cop or Pfeiffer so a lot of those guys if you're not it's sort of funny you gotta you gotTa Westchester. New York's can't live in Westchester live in the city. The least charming place to take a boat to the world when you have to take a boat where it's like you're going you know of in my experience. I've been very lucky somewhere. Nice yes I want to go. Serve to dig Staten Island. You know he's very have no emotional attachment to I. I went there once when I lived in New York to meet a photographer when I had opportunity to probably do you. Have someone like having that skill Gal right. How about those early comedy early days of comedy managers that were just a manager because they said they were first manager was definitely on his apartment? Ah In that zone. Yeah I mean if you power just if you're listening right now and you want to start manipulating and dominating human beings in the entertainment industry moved to any city. Save Your Comedy Manager Make Business Cards. You'll have clients instantly just bend over backwards for you and you can do anything you want with them in general and the I mean I I mean in the industry I feel like show up and say her producer of comedy things right yes anything and wine why not a show like established anything that involves comedians and then there you are the business cards usually a tip off. They usually use a font that tells you get out of. Don't trust this person. We were talking about this the other day because we were looking at preschools for our kids and the vibe of the heads of preschool is the exact same vibe of like mega maniacal comedy club Booker. Guy No comedy club Booker. In small towns like a king of tiny little in kingdom like the weird like you follow my rules. You know working. He is the only comedy castle that you perform that. They're all that way not. I'm not talking about the only preschool. That accepted us. Of course not every all the places So sorry wait so you guys are a couple. Yeah you can keep asking. No no I I just got interested. it's not that interesting. It's pathetic. Nobody sounds like it. Sounds like I imagine they take themselves very seriously. And you're in there and like it feels insane right. It's insane. Jokes like not really got bombing. She's bombed with a lot of their greatest preschools the Los Angeles area. Here's a here's a fun fact. The East Los Angeles pre schools have a lower vaccination rate than south Sudan and just read an article that said that because they're healthy they don't they don't need not getting measles they're also not down to people in Sudan down or not like a Toronto turn down vaccine. They're probably like yes. Please thank you for the rest for this but here what if you could send your vaccine to the Sudan if you're refusing it that's pretty cool. Yeah I actually really liked that idea. And let's see how they do it later and then Sudan flourishes you saw San Angeles waste away rate. Is that like it's low is like a pandemic coming rate any. They don't have kids they don't care about this now the anti vaccines I find fascinated. Okay Jacqueline I saw your show the other day. I have been unable to stop thinking. I WANNA and do a plug in other words about it because you're another run of it coming up in New York at the Lucille Hotel. Yes December fourteen through January twenty six. I I loved it and let me tell you what I loved about my whole comedy career. I've been calling myself highbrow lowbrow and that was the further. It's the the most highbrow. But it's the furthest iteration of the Highbrow lowbrow concept and comedy like if you haven't seen it in your in New York or even if you're in some exactly do you start there maybe if you're stuck in taking the ferry jump on the ferry but it's it's such a what I liked about it. We'll move along it. It say a tiny microscopic way into macro and And and it it it the whole shows about blow jobs. I mean there's no other there's no kind unrooted way to say it but the But it goes into such a place of of of a like such an eagle eye view of sort of everything that a young woman goes through through that one particular act that it really it kind of ruined them for me. Oh Oh my God yeah. I haven't had one since. That's not true motion but it was break. So if you're listening you're listening you should go see it. If you're in the New York area you guys are a couple. Chris also a talented comedian as well as a comedian. And what can I ask. I'm sure you've been asked this before but does like being the partner of a person who's show is about sex and such a specific sex and sexual people to people like go like is it is it you got that. I'm not even no one's really asked me about that. Is it an annoying question. No it's not it's I mean I'm I am what I'm always happy to talk about Jacqueline because she's the one who has success when people ask me how I'm doing I just say well Jacquelyn shows doing and I point to the the magazine and newspaper. You jump on the ferry headlining clubs. I mean he he likes to play it up. I mean you know put. She's she's doing fantastic. And I and I'm I'm not really in the show except for the the references to her boyfriend. The other everything else is kind of pre me. Yeah Yeah I like the blowjobs about the blowjobs gave him. I would be fine with that. I have no problem. No but it's all sort of they're all kind of its abstract extract. Sort of you know. I can't overstate high school and college. I can't overstate how sophisticated a show. This is if you're listening and you immediately. That doesn't sound like that's for me. If you're listening to my podcast probably off book a little blow jobs but it's it's tough take both. Yeah I'll take either side I feel like But I know but sorry to interrupt you to like really sort of stew in the compliment. But I'm so happy that you took from it because it's exactly like the thing for me. The highbrow lowbrow. Will you have a line in there where you're like you're like this is something like this. This is not a cautionary tale. God forbid because at the end of the day I'm just a nightclub act L. Knight something like that. That was the other thing that I like about the show. A- As a comedy guy like a real like like my focus has always been on. What's funny how kind of theatrical and sophisticated it is? And it's it's even so you know it's even Highfalutin at certain points to where it was very high octane comedy like. It was packed packed in with Joe. Joe This is this is what you are. Yeah that is such a good quote high-octane calm those ever said anything like that but I don't think that that lately about Jacqueline Novak involved glowing quotes. Nobody mentioned the octane. I thought listen if I could go further I would say it brought the funny. It brought the funny. She got up there. She brought the fun. Well I you had to find the funny you got to find the funding. It's hard to find sometimes ringing when you find that you bring it. Hey Hey you guys are like us to comedian so you know obviously it has. There's issues about the most or what's a fight you've had lately. We we had one recently. It was distinct because we generally don't fight that much but we had a proper fight the other day where I screamed on the street Something like it's over. I'm done and I meant the conversation. I like walking away you know leg. I think I'm getting cutting to start in the middle of the action and then go back but like but it but it i. Yeah I meant like we're not gonNA keep like this fight isn't working so I'm GonNa walk away I like I'm GonNa you know and then Chris Chris he goes out breaking up with me and then they burst out laughing because I was like no and ran back like Oh God well it was it was like you fucking I did believed. I didn't believe that you would have really broken up with me in that moment but I thought that's what you meant and and that's what are you fucking kidding me. What was this about do that by the way? Sometimes if we get really into it I'll say fucking fuck it. I want a divorce. She said you WANNA divorce. I say yeah I want a divorce myself from this conversation right now need to leave the room. What what was the fight so star version? I guess Okay Chase Ace. Bank put a cash deposit the ATM Jacqueline Jackson Putting Cash in the ATM the.

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"novak" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"novak" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"In the teeth digging attitude kinda helps you to deal with this versity, but it will not help you. If you don't want exactly as you said, they don't want to learn if you don't want. One. The one man said he doesn't have any problems with with digging and keeping digging is your compatriot Novak Djokovic his his return. We talked about it, you you said you predicted it. But I mean, it is quite astounding. Isn't it rated the last the last year given given where he was an actually we we should interview conducted by colleague of of as Simon Briggs on the telegraph where Novak described his own sort of mental lows and how he he wanted to be on the court. But when he was there there was just nothing nothing left. He hadn't got what he used to have. And he described the period of burnout. How how is he done this? How is he got back to where he is an how aware do you see going from from hit because we're already talking about somebody who's one fifteen grand slam titles. He's closing in on Donald federa-. I would like to just say my personal opinion. And I dunno if no up with agree with this. There was a lot of talk. Of course, there is this about why not hit the wall at the point when she was playing so incredibly, well, basically after winning French Open in my personal opinion. And this is because I felt it a little bit people tend to think yes, there is a part of mental fatigue norc, one French Open something that he was so close to winning so many years in order to complete before prince lamb so winning achievement. Like this. Obviously there is a phase of mental burnout you we saw it also with envy after wanting to be the world number one for so long in cheating. It what happened only. Few months of mental burnout followed with with an injury. So the main reason why Nova had this in my opinion is people tend to blame like gurus and the way he eats. And all this other nonsense bullshit. I would onus shaded. It's injury par because they when you are injured when you feel paying in your body, and you are trying to do something with I can only imagine what what he was going through with achieving basically everything. You are completely d motivated. And there I say crazy. You don't make the right.

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