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B.I.G. Interview | Drew Creasman of DNVR Rockies on Dodgers Series and Season Reality

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

12:48 min | 6 d ago

B.I.G. Interview | Drew Creasman of DNVR Rockies on Dodgers Series and Season Reality

"The fans this as coach boeing at the denver nuggets and you're listening to the whole show thirteen and chaos k. Forty minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. The whole show powered by apd energy. We're live from the auto collision specialist studios agree with us here today. It's top text. Tuesday you've got the sign. Floyd little jersey up for grabs. Dixon could win it well. County swan swami could win it today. We'll see reds in the mix said chris. I'm rooting for you. Keep bringing the fire. Keep burning with fire. We'll get to some of those texts in just a moment now. Joining us on our. I advantage hotline. Drew craftsman iraqis insider from dnv are rockies. Drew a man. It is always great to get you on the show. Always great to be on the show ratings happening. I just i just love him in. I love getting your insight each and every week. It's fantastic and you know help us. Put put things into perspective for this rockies team forty one and fifty three still i think still there are rockies fans that are like wow i didn't. I didn't think that even be this good at this point. Sure i mean the the anyone who says the general consensus was not at this team is going to be worse is lying to you. I remember the days. I remember. Because i was against that general consent. Not out here trying to say hey. It's a great thing if the rockies win seventy games which is what i predicted. They were before the season and people are going. What are you. What are you nuts. Seems obviously gonna lose one hundred games. They're gonna be one of the worst teams. If not the worst team in all of baseball and even brady a month into the season. I had people saying drew. You still think this isn't a hundred loss team. Look at these guys think. Well you know what As i've said at the beginning of the year they were much more unknown. I thought than definitely terrible and some of those unknowns have turned into some pretty cool things that have led to some wins and lead to some promising bits about the future for the colorado rockies including off gombar fop you know ryan mcmahon there at point certainly his defense Certain so it's just like you know. The the pitching was always too good for them to be the disaster. Everyone was expecting after nolan aren't auto left and and it turns out. There's some pretty intriguing pieces here for them to build around in the future. Yeah no question about one of those guys That i really hope they continue to build around as a guide. You and i've talked about a lot on the show. And that's john gray and after seeing some some interesting news last week it sure sounds like the rockies wanna make something work with gray for the future and i. I'm just such a huge fan of that. Yeah same brady. And i know that it's going to get panned nationally if they signed john gray long-term don't trade him because you know the the normal you know kind of move. Here is the guy and an expiring the about to go into his thirties. Iraqis don't project to be good for the next couple of years so you get what you can out of him by trading him and and getting younger and i think that that's you know perfectly reasonable position to hold. I just don't think that it takes into consideration the context of the colorado rockies. And that's what you know most important here I i read a panel conversation recently with a bunch of national guys saying the rockies need to do things differently than everybody else but then they never give them credit. This would be one of those things. This would qualify as doing things differently than everyone else. Because you're the rockies. Because john gray has figured out how to pitch at coors field better than anyone. Other than whore heyday larosa. And maybe even at this point that's like it's close between the two of them and you gotta figure out a way to make that guy a part of your future if you want to be successful anytime in the next four or five years and i know some people are just ready to punt on half a decade of baseball he. That's what some people do these days. But i don't know i don't like all that crap. I think you keep around the players. Who proven to be super valuable to your franchise. Yeah in graz. Been one of those guys. He's ha. It's hard for me to believe i. After that he's twenty nine. We're already at this point of you know. Is he one of the greatest pitchers the rockies rat and this is both a positive and a negative thing to say about john great. It's not like he's this amazing historic career But then again he's had a pretty good career in a tough place to pitch. And yeah if you wanna say the grace arguably the best there is for the rockies. Yes daily rosa's right there. How far do you go with great. You say that he's that guy or is he still second or third. Yeah there's kind of a mix of them right now and it's tough because both he and marquez are still improving the iraqis records and they're both in the mix i think you've although dale orosa marquez gray and aaron cook those your tom five and i think i think marquez is actually going to end up number one on that list pretty comfortably but the thing that's funny is that john gray has been just a little bit ahead of him. Their whole career civilized took a little bit out in front and you know he he's proven inability to do and he's been better at coors and so for me that's the big thing is like daler rosa dominated a coors but he was pretty bad out on the road to ultimately and john's not as good out on the road but he's still decent and when you look at all the numbers that adjusts for coors field and on the fancy statistics and stuff like that. Then yeah actually gray comes out better than any of actually ballo still is is number one. He did some dominant things for a while there and really racked up some ridiculous statistics but gray. I think i would probably put a solid number two right now if the rockies can find a way to get something done with him then he keeps he keeps adding to that resume and maybe someday he does get closer to the number. One spot drew christmas joining us talking all things colorado rockies from dnv iraqis. You saw the tweet and we didn't get to where we didn't have enough time last week drew but we saw patrick solders tweet out that he talked to the president. Greg feazel about in kind of getting the sense that interim gm bill schmitz gonna be the strong candidate to be the permanent gm and at first. I'm like okay come on now. We're just going to keep recycling we keep looking inward but if if he somehow someway and this is very rare. This happens ends up resigning and trevor story. I mean do you then go you know what maybe this guy's not so again. The chances of story happening don't sound very good and we'll get to that more. What are your thoughts. If bill schmidt is the guy going forward yeah you know. I thought that was interesting. First of all there is a difference between being a strong candidate. lots of guys have been strong candidates for stubbing. You'd never been listed as a strong candidate knows exactly you know that's a it's a nice thing to set your on the shortlist but cool. That said You know. I've always thought that this sort of coat like devotion to they have to get somebody from outside. The i think they have to get the best man for the job. Ruben amaro junior come from outside the organization he'd be absolutely terrible. I challenge anyone. Everyone listening to this or anywhere if you think man. They can't have bill schmidt because he's from the inside the organization. Answer a series of question. Does he prefer trading. Lots of guys are building from within. Will he mu prospects are willie hoard prospects. Does he want to spend money on pitching or does he want to spend money on position players. And if your answer to every single one of those questions is i don't know then maybe don't insist he's absolutely the wrong guy for the job just because he's got rockies shoe saulo for him. I think back. I know bill schmidt is a very smart baseball man. Everyone was insisting a week and a half ago that he was that the draft was going to be an absolute disaster because within being interim gm and the director of scouting and all of these people leaving the organization. There's no way they were going to be able to conduct a decent and then dropped happened and got universally positive remarks from everybody so it's just like you know. Maybe i think i do the job a little bit before you insist that he can't so what do you think. Then do you think. Do you think he's going to be the the gm going for if you had if you tell you. No no no. Yeah yeah i. I do think so. They've they've said publicly multiple times that they're going to go outside the organization You know again. I i do think you. You've you've gotta give some credibility to the guy doing the job after draft and have to trade other that a little bit too and they asked about trevor story gonna move them and they go. Hey we're not a farm system for other teams like that doesn't necessarily mean they're not going to trade him but they can't also operate from a position of weakness people going who is this guy and they have to move him and they gotta call and say no we don't and you know this guys are real. Gm to and maybe he will be long terms of deal with him. Accordingly other genomes out there and baseball. But no i they've they're gonna go outside the organization and let's bills from it just doesn't extraordinary job at the trade deadline and all of a sudden the fans are clamoring for them. I mean some kind of crazy move. Yeah right What what are your feelings trevor story. We've had several textures. That are that are asking like. Has it come out of trevor stories. Mouth that he doesn't wanna be iraqi not explicitly that way but my understanding is that sources. His people you know have communicated to I believe it was patrick. Saunders that he's unlikely to sign with the rockies and the offseason with that's not really something he's interested in right now and i. I take that report. credibly I believe that that that sounds reasonable. That that checks out and so you know as such. I think if they can get something for them that's more than the compensatory pick. They get if he leaves in free agency. They should trade him for that but if all they're being offered is less than the value of that kick then just hold onto him. Get the draft. Pick and you know. Don't take the terrible. Pr hit of having traded to superstars within a couple of months of each other and let the next gm decide you know what the direction of the team is going to be It'll be it'll be very interesting to follow along drew. And we'll we'll continue to see this. Rockies team does for the rest of the season got one love to see with charlie blackmon john gray in knock getting swept by the dodgers. And i think that's actually pretty significant that those first two games back after the all star break. We're pretty scary. Yeah yeah and the second one was a little bit closer for a minute there. you know. America's bullpen gets involved. They can get a little close game while the windows in the game. We like to see that. You like tau competing against the dodgers. That's really gets up. And i agree a walk off win at home against the dodgers feels and there were there we had some. You know we were doing a post game show. We're having a lot of fun. A lot of people. Having a lot of fun of course is coming in like. How does this is counselor fun like do if you can't have fun with that like i dunno baseball top for you if you can't get excited about a walk off win at home against the dodgers in the year we're coming into it. Anyone being honest with themselves new. This team wasn't going to the postseason. So those are the kinds of moments you get excited about. And they build character and culture especially among the young guys moving forward and those are cool moments years later when the rockies are good again and all the bandwagon fans have jumped on. They only know these guys. I can remember though where they were really gotten through and being at that game or charlie black minutes walk off home. Run against the dodgers and stuff. Those are great moments. Yeah no question about it. It's good to have those memories for sure. Drew love what you do. My friend always appreciate the insights and we'll look to catch up with you next week. Absolutely sounds good. Ready take care. I'm an drew craftsman rockies and saturday iraqis twelve fifty two. We gotta take a quick break. We'll wrap up our number one a lot to get to the second hour more on aaron rodgers shoe you and game six tonight to the bucks. End this thing talk about next. You're listening to the hall's show powered by pd energy and thirteen ten kfi k. Brady will be back after the break.

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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 189: Unknown History and Animals Doing Stuff

GSMC Weird News Podcast

34:24 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 189: Unknown History and Animals Doing Stuff

"It's cutting into your exercise time. It's stabbing you in the back nine. And it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting between you and a life if you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease is weird odd strange or just plain. Bizarre is really your cup. Then the Golden Poland state media concepts weird news. Podcast we'll give you that can't believe it will listen for yourself. We delivered strangest news. You you definitely won't find CNN or Fox. It's the golden state media concepts weird news podcasts. The hello and welcome to the GMC Weird News podcast brought to you by the GMC. PODCAST network I am your host. Sarah and I am very happy to be with you on this Tuesday for another episode of Weird News. Our first story is is not weird and maybe our usual sense of weird. But as I've said before we're does always have to be like. Wow that's really weird it can be like. Oh that's really interesting. I didn't know that or you know That's kind of quirky or that's just something. Why didn't I know that We did an episode awhile back on the origins of Graham crackers. which that's actually was was kind of weird but this one I stumbled on? I don't even remember where it just popped up somewhere one day and it is the story of A Filipino Pinot woman by the name of Maria Osa. Maybe you have heard of her Arosa and maybe you've heard of her. Maybe not what I did not know her story but is she actually invented banana ketchup. which to me is a little little bit weird but she did it with the very good reasons in mind I mean when you catch up you think probably probably you think Tomato Ketchup depending on how you grew up. Maybe the first thing you think of is Banana Ketchup but it is a staple for and one that is very nostalgic too many Filipinos all over the world Magdala v Francisco senior is credited with mass producing banana ketchup in nineteen forty two which made it a fixture in Filipino households. To this day it's used as a condiment that accompanies many popular traditions and Yeah I I. I'm very annoyed at a man who is credited because that always happens right not always but often happens You can even find some refined versions of Banana Ketchup. This An article on a food. A website food blog. So that's why there's more focus on the food. You can even find some refined versions of banana ketchup in modern Filipino cuisine. At Toyo Eatery in Manila there is a banana ketchup. Abusing fermented bananas banana. Peel Vinegar Banana Blossom. Tomatoes and spices. True to tradition this is also served alongside some of the more popular dishes such as tour Tang too long which is an eggplant Omelette and but in order to really understand y. Why Banana Ketchup is even a thing? You have to look to this woman. Maria Orosa and as this chef who was mentioned earlier chef Navarra says growing growing up. In Manila we always knew the name of Maria Arosa as a pretty famous and busy street after getting into food and learning about the history of Banana Ketchup. We stumbled on on her story. So this woman. Maria Arosa was a food chemist and innovator and she saw that the Philippines was heavily. Reliant reliant on imports like tomatoes at the same time she understood and envisioned the vast potential of a great many products endemic to the island nation. That when used properly could make the country more self sufficient she was passionate about a self sustaining Philippines and made it her. Life's work to study native food and the use of fermentation and various preserving techniques to educate an uplift people in need. So that is very cool. I mean that's very forward thinking if it was mass produced nineteen forty two. Obviously this is before nineteen forty two and that is very forward thinking and I. I applaud her for that. So one day She created a banana sauce with mashed bananas. Vinegar and spices. The Brownish yellow color was not very appetizing so a a little red dye was added turning it to what is today known as banana catch up but her story is far faster than just this very interesting mind you invention. She moved to the United States at the age of twenty three. Some accounts say she was a stowaway. She was a government government-sponsored scholar at the University of Washington in Seattle there. She earned a bachelor's degree and master's degree in pharmaceutical chemistry as well as one in food chemistry during her education Maria spent her summer breaks working in the Alaska canneries. So woman who had a great sense of adventure. Sure and I am just impressed already. By so many things She had a vision of empowering the Filipino family and so she launched health heart head and hand for H. Clubs. Oh my gosh yes. Maybe that's why her name sounds vaguely familiar. And maybe you are thinking. That name sounds sounds familiar. She launched four h well This organization brought her and other educators into rural areas and Barrios to teach women women how to raise poultry and preserved food as well as how to prepare and plan meals by nineteen twenty four the organization had over twenty two thousand members. Part of of her initiative was to introduce one of her inventions the see Palais Gawk oven. A clay of an intended for people who did not have access to electrical electrical appliances. She used her background in food. Chemistry to run experiments in fermenting dehydrating and preserving native plants and animals. The Nation's nations emerged are said to still be used in laboratories. Today her ultimate goal was a again to make the Philippines more self sufficient and sustaining so. Obviously she was very passionate. She was clearly very smart. She was active and worked hard to do what she saw was important. The Bureau of Science actually recognized her efforts and promoted her to the head of Home Beckenham Division and the division of food preservation. Her work with the bureau would send her all over the world to research canning and preserving techniques so she actually some of her her most known contributions to the first food world came during World War Two. She was Beloved within Filipino households for her banana ketchup but became a war hero for her to other innovations soil. Lack and Derek soil. Like is a protein rich highly nutritious powdered soybean product and Derek. That's D. A. R. A. K.. If I'm pronouncing that incorrectly I apologize is a rice. Byproduct that is hi b-vitamins thion vitamins. A D and e during World War. Two Maria was a captain in markings guerrillas a group of Filipino L.. Soldiers who fought alongside the United States against the Japanese legend says that she devised a system for smuggling soil. Eric and Eric in baboots bamboo into Chinese or excuse me into Japanese run concentration camp these internment camps which housed mostly gorilla and American prisoners of the war were known for poor sanitation and lack of food. Many people perished as a result of malnutrition so freedom fighters disguised as carpenters unders would deliver Maria is quote unquote magic food which save countless. POW's and civilians. This woman really was hero. I'm impressed by her. Despite pleas from her family and colleagues to leave Manila during the war she stayed until she was killed by shrapnel from fratricide fratricide in nineteen forty five she was a scientist and activist humanitarian in a war hero who loved her country and dedicated her life to uplifting the Philippines through food innovation many effort recipes and experiments were compiled by her niece. Helena Rosa del. Rosario in a posthumous book called Maria Arosa her life and work. The book contains over seven hundred recipes. Some of them unedited since Maria wrote them That I think is just amazing. So often we dismiss quote unquote like you know throughout history. The women's work has been dismissed as somehow somehow less and yeah okay so is she. was you know she worked with food. Some people might see that and and dismiss it. Say Well She just you know. She invented Banana Ketchup. Whatever whatever but she did it for really really great reasons and then she used that passion that she had around food to really make a very big difference during World War Two? I did not know that about her. I think that I really. I think that I now want to do more research research maybe look Look for that book And maybe find some other books about her other articles about her because I find her to be fascinating so not weird in the like where. We're at sensible way ketchup. Sounds a little weird but was created for a good reason and led to lifesaving Lifesaving activities so that is my unknown history for are you for the day you may have already known that story but if not we all got to learn a little something new tonight we're going to take our first break of the podcast and when we come back we'll be talking about some records that were recently set so stay tuned you're listening to the GS MC weird news podcast. I'll be right back. It's cutting into your exercise time. It stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and the life you want to live. CBD MEDIC targets. Your pain added source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life with CBD medic available online and CBS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. It's cutting into your exercise time. It's stabbing you in the back nine and attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life life you want to live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Go back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease out this show built around the women of MMA from the to the extreme case fighting. We got got the fights. Cover the golden state media concepts women's MMA podcast the latest news of coming pipes discussions of previous mattresses. Axes join us as we talked to about the biggest names in women's mixed martial arts past present and future when it's the women's fight game you know where to listen to the golden state media concepts women's MMA podcast welcome back to the MC weird news podcast before the break we were talking about some Unknown especially to me history on I got to learn something new for our next stories. We are back to the more I don't know if you WANNA say traditional weird news stories but We are going to talk about as I said before the break records that have been broken and if you you are a listener of the podcast than you know that I'm a little bit fascinated by Guinness World Records. My brother had a book On get it wasn't I don't was it. The Guinness Book of World Records or is. It wasn't a book about the Guinness Book. It doesn't matter. It got a he he had. I love to flip through it and read about all the different various awards and our records and I still find it fascinating. What actually makes it into the Guinness Book of World Records so it turns runs out that at a recent marathon in Toronto? This was a couple of weeks ago. Fourteen Guinness World Records were broken. Fourteen in just one marathon in Toronto. So what happened well Guinness World Records announced that fourteen records were broken at Toronto Marathon including records. Okay speaking of bananas. There's a picture of a man dressed banana so hey don't tell me that I never give you segues including records for running well dressed as fruit a vegetable a cartoon character cowboy and a super villain. Do you see why why I'm fascinated by these records. Who comes up with them? How do they even come about? I mean let alone get broken. I'm it's just amazing to me. The Record Keeping Organization said twenty two participants in the in the twenty nineteen Scotiabank. Toronto Waterfront Marathon attempted world records during the race and fourteen of the attempts. Were dubbed successful by adjudicators. Spencer Camera. No Oh I feel bad for the eight who did not Who did not make their make? Their goal will the successful records for fastest half-marathon were for running the race addressed as fruit just as a cartoon character dressed as a cowboy addresses. The vegetable dressed in martial arts costume running the race with a spouse running sibling and skipping without a rope the records for fastest full marathon. I don't work for running dressed as a super villain dressed as a tennis player. Dressed in a full quidditch uniform. Good on you. They're dressed doesn't ad tech dressed in a baseball uniform and dressed dressed in a soccer uniform again. Where did these records eve? who was the first person that did this? I mean you'd have to set the record at that point right. Hey I just ran a half marathon. Dressed is a fruit. My time is the fastest rate. Melvin Nihar NIHRO. Who achieved the record for fastest fastest half-marathon dressed as a fruit said he was sponsored by Keita Bananas and his Banana Suit earned him free bananas for a year? How many need to get for Free Bananas for a year to get like one a day? Do you get a bunch a week. The just get them. When you call up the CHIQUITA? The people and say. Can you send me some more bananas. I really don't know how many free bananas you would get any year. I'm always fascinated by that free X Y and Z for a year. Anyway that's the question for the day in which I don't have an answer for just move on from the running marathons. I mean. Seriously people people who run half marathons people who run marathons I say good for you. That's amazing that's awesome. Wow I've never run marathon but I think the last thing that I think of in terms of running a marathon would be running it as a banana running as one woman. The one who set the record for running as a cartoon character dressed as Princess Jasmine from Disney's Aladdin which I don't know make some more sense than fruit and you know I guess I've seen people who run five K.. And their two twos and you know you got the you got the Zombie runs and all those things but I just I. I don't think my first thought would be there is a marathon. Let's not themed. What am I going to dress up? But maybe I lack in immagination that is entirely possible. And so let's talk about a few more records that have been set recently and this one is in China and it is something thing called openness E. R. H. U. Air who I Apologize I do not know how to pronounce that two thousand and twenty four for air who players Break Guinness record in China and this was also a few weeks ago. It was very the end of October. was a good time for breaking records. It's a Chinese county achieved against world record when assembled two thousand and twenty four air who players into a single ensemble This county which is in the he by province gathered those two thousand twenty four people to play the traditional Chinese two stringed bowed instrument in a single gold mass performance. Oh play an instrument. I was thinking they were playing a game clearly. I don't know why I don't know Chinese vocabulary. The ensemble perform songs long. Guang Oh my goodness I'm so sorry Guangming Djing and me and my motherland. The performance beat the previous record of one one thousand four hundred and ninety who players set in two thousand and four. They didn't just beat it. They blade just that that while they knocked that one they were the was going to say they knocked out of the water. They blew it out of the water knocked park. I can get my I can get colloquialisms. Correct rape So yeah it turns out that air who The air who dates to the Tang dynasty which was from. I'm at six eighteen to nine zero seven. This is an ancient instrument and dip in this one. I can understand more. You know you know. There's been a mass gatherings of people playing a certain instrument and you're like we can do better than that. Let's see how many we can gather and then you blow them away with eight Eight hundred more people almost eight hundred more people than they did in the first or in in the record that you beat Let's move a little closer to two home. We've done Canada. We've done China. And now we have an Idaho man who breaks two Guinness Records hitting a tennis ball. Okay one tennis ball to Guinness World Records. That's the ads impressive. This is more recent. This is from November eleventh and An Idaho man broke doc. Those two Guinness World Records for alternating hits of a tennis ball with a tennis racket. David Rush who has more than one hundred Guinness World Records titled Said. He took inspiration from his tennis idol Roger Federer when he attempted the thirty second and one minute records for most alternating hits of a tennis ball ball with a tennis racquet K.. What do they mean by alternating? Let's see if they explain that more rush whose record attempts are aimed at promoting promoting stem education. Could for you said one of his tries was disqualified when the ball hit the rim of the record but his on his second attempt he was able to beat both records rush manage ninety two hits in thirty seconds and one hundred eighty two hits in one minute so he almost perfectly doubles Almost he should have gotten one hundred eighty four for that. One Minute but I I can't terrible hand eye coordination ordination so I would hit maybe one in thirty seconds. That is not going to win me a Guinness Book of World Records. I should look up and see what I you know. What is is in my wheelhouse that I could actually attempt to achieve in the Guinness Book of Rural Records? I don't know would it be crocheting podcasting would it be. I don't know I have absolutely no idea. I could crochet while podcasting while wearing a banana suit. I wonder how long have to do that. I wonder if I was the first person to do it. You know you could set the bar low. I crocheted for half an hour while doing a podcast while wearing banana suit but nobody else has done it. I I submit this Tuesday Book of World Records. How does that work if you know how that works let me know in the comments Because I have never ever. I don't remember if that was in in my in the book my brother had when we were children if it was. I didn't pay attention to that part. I just like to look at the different Records and different categories as apparently we still do as an adult. Let's go ahead and take our second break of the podcast when we come back as you see in the in the title of this episode. We'll be talking talking about animals doing stuff. You know weird animal stories one of my favorites. Stay tuned you're listening to the MC Weird News. PODCAST and. I'll be right back. It's cutting into your exercise time. It's stabbing you in the back nine. And it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting between you and the life if you want to live CD medic target your pain added source. It's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. Get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. This is your ultimate stop for everything. Sports the Golden state media concepts sports podcasts. Shoot should I say more from the NFL MLB the NBA MMA. It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports podcast. podcast listen welcome back to the G. M. C.. Weird News podcast. I don't know if I have spoken talking about it on this podcast. But I certainly have on other podcasts especially Lee Entertainment and Social Media News podcasts. That I really lake AAC I ca I call it Ogling Ogling Roy Royal Babies. I will pretty much always click on stories that involve pictures of Prince George George Princess Charlotte Prince Louis and Prince Archie So this is kind of royal babies but but not exactly what you might think when you think royal baby or royal babies these involve puppies and this also is not a story about English royalty. which are the pictures that I was just talking about that? I always click on but these are From the late Thai kings the old hound so new royal puppies have revived. The bloodline of the late Thai kings old town and to honor the king's death. His son gave the green-light to A project to revive the blood line of the beloved clinic. Thongdaeng the puppies are. They're cute. They have that. LemMe Lemme they have that That that wrinkly face and three of them are Brown Two of them are black and white with Brown on their faces. I guess the three run winds have some white as well on them but Four years after the late King of Thailand warned his beloved pet dog the country has shown off breath. Eight new puppies related to the old royal hunt. While there's only there's only one picture they were the three where are the other three King Boom Boom Bowl. A Dula Judge who died on the thirteenth of October in two thousand sixteen was smitten with his furry friend. Confounding Long Dang who passed away the year before his owner due to old age To honor the king's death his son who was crowned this year after a lengthy period of national mourning gave the green light to a project to revive that bloodline and Still only seeing five puppies the same three they are so cute war puppy so cute Kite start sorry. Kansas Catheters start. University mostly used artificial insemination with frozen semen from two of Containing Deng's sons that had been stored since two thousand five. If not something I ever would have thought of to freeze my dogs sperm. But I also don't have royal bloodline for dogs Just wouldn't have occurred to me Eight healthy puppies have been born. I five arrived in August and three in September Berg. They were all shown off for the first time on marking the third anniversary of the late king's death in a statement the University Z.. Said King Maha. Oh my goodness I'm so sorry. Vajiralongkorn kindly wished that couldn't Tong Deng's lineage be extended so that the people may remember late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and couldn't on Ding University performed the insemination onto royal dogs in April and ally. Five puppies were born in June and three more were later born in September respectively. The eight puppies are healthy. What I don't see in this article and I thought I just missed it? The first time I went through it was what kind of dogs they are And I don't know enough about dog breeds but you know those those dogs that have the little squishy faced with all the wrinkles on you know When he's actually wearing a hood he is cute? Claw wrinkles goals If you know what kind of dog I'm talking about or if you know this story please let me know because I do not know enough about dogs. I know what kind I have enough on on a few others by site but I I am not sure I mean. It's a hound. It said that it said that in the article Anyway so oh puppies. Reviving a bloodline. That's very cool. Way to honor your late father. My father as slow slow alive thank goodness and be did not have A royal bloodline or a pet of any kind. So I'll have to think of another way to honor him Many many in many many many years from now when he passes. I'm not letting him go anytime soon. more animals doing stuff So it Kentucky's zoo have employees from Kentucky. Zoo had to round up some escaped emus. Omo's they're actually kinda little news I always think of emas is taller but these are not counting their head. Just their body is about knee height to one of the employees. I see in the video and employees at a Kentucky Zoo rounded up a quartet of us. Now I'm picturing them playing like violins and cello quartet of emus. That escaped from an amish farm and went wandering near. You're a busy highway. Not Good plans move. I know you grow up on an amish farm but you should not wander near a busy highway you. I don't mean maybe you don't know about traffic mic McGill Gill. Who is the Animal Management Director at the Kentucky Down Under Adventures Zoo said phone calls started coming in about three pm from drivers who spotted the emus wandering loose use near the Ellen in turn put Turnpike in Horse Cave? Miguel said he and his head zookeeper Harley White did a quick check to make sure. The emus didn't belong to zoo. It's probably a good first step. Are they are and soon determined that the large birds had escaped from a nearby. Amish Farm McGill Oh and white headed over to the location to attempt to capture the birds. They were pretty friendly. He told W N K Y TV. We've had quite a bit of experience. Experienced rounding up e moves here. Do you get behind them and wave your arms. That's the best way to do it. Apparently and and you hope they don't kick you yes absolutely. They're they're not hurting animals so it's not easy to keep them together. He said McGill and white. were able to guide the emails back to the farm safely I took my head zookeeper deeper with me guiding them back in rounded them up and got them home he said. That's not the nuttiest thing I've done in the last twenty four hours. Oh but he does not see what is the articles does not report what is that. He is thing he's done in the last twenty four hours Backing up. I am intrigued by the Kentucky Down Under Adventures Zoo. I'm that sounds. I mean he said Emus are an Australian bird so a sumo other animals also would be as well They are Australian birds. which make sense as to why if well makes sense if Kentucky Down Under I would assume Australian animals that seemed to be backed up by them checking their own IMMU enclosure whatever to make sure that their emails hadn't escaped oh wandering during emails. That sounds like Another children's book that I should add to that list of children's books. Someone should read about animals doing stuff. One more animals doing doing stuff story. And this is the story of a fish a British man who lost his wedding ring while swimming was reunited with his ring. Thanks to a couple couple of beach. Visitors and helpful fish that fish should get a reward. Dan Levin forty four said he was swimming in penzance. Cornwall England when the custom wedding ring designed by his wife fell off his finger. ooh Dear that would make me not happy he said. I put a post on facebook asking for people people to get in touch if they found it snorkeling spearfishing but didn't really think I'd see it again. I was gutted WANNA handmade it. We've been married thirteen years. When I told her I'd lost it? She was upset too. He told Cornwall live. They've been married thirteen years. So is that part of an unlucky thing. I don't know Levine's facebook plea eventually reached Gerry and MS buyers who were visiting the beach just one day after the ring was lost when they saw a fish splashing around in shallow waters. Gary said he kneeled down and the ring was nestled under the water beneath a little ledge. He might not have seen it. Had it not been for that Little Fish Levin thank the couple and the helpful Zeke greeter in a facebook post he wrote thanks little fish That's a very sweet story I kind of wish. The fish had like retrieved. Didn't brought up in his mouth and spit it out on the on the sand. 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Love That Album Ep. 140: Genesis 'Duke'

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Love That Album Ep. 140: Genesis 'Duke'

"The welcome to episode one hundred and forty of the love. That album podcast on mars percents. So glad you could join us. And if you've been listening to this show long enough you know that i love welcoming new people to the love that album family. I love getting people to come on for the first time. So this is a man who i've been listening to feed years but we only just recently discovered that we loved some of the same music and i said well would you like to come on. And he said fuck ya. I think he just didn't like that. So i'd like you to give a warm welcome a random applause to the man who knows more about dyan. Cannon aimed sandra bullock than nearly anyone. I know his revolved around orange. Wedges and coffee titles for a number of years and there's a rumor going around that he may have lost three episode of gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast. But he denies that vociferously. I think i may have to actually create a back story and just own up to it. I mean the fact is. I wasn't there but it's become such a great thing. I think i think i have to own it and then make it more interesting somehow. Irrelevant sir i welcome to the podcast. Mr frankford orosa. Welcome to the show. Frank hello it's so great to be on a show where somebody's last name is more complicated than my own inskeep. The smith of pollen. That's interesting i think. Vertebra says the verdict of vertebra. I just say v now. Because i'm so tired of spelling it anyway and let's just talk about music. Welcome to the show frank. Great to be here. You'll hear extensively to talk about the album. That sits right on the cusp of what genesis did and what genesis were a to do the one thousand nine hundred album duke and before we get into talking about how we discovered that we both love this album. Let's talk about you for a few minutes now. People who listen to this show who happened to be fans of gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast and. It's true yes he not been with the show for a year. Most of the pity but give us a little bit of a background about what you've been doing since 'cause i had plans you guy to be releasing unsung what's been the frankfurter isis story for the last twelve months. We'll eight of those months almost going nine. It's been mostly sitting in my basement studio working all day and all night but yeah unsung is still plan. I should have come out a year ago. Actually between you and me there was some kind of a podcast competition thing and just figured. Let me throw my hat in the ring so if you go to. Tunes unsung is up. It's live you're hearing here. I but there is a really shitty sped. Up to minute teaser. To try to come across the first episode the first guest. I recorded to kind of put it out there. mostly me talking about what the show is. That's all. I've had time to get out the door. And i've been banking episodes so my plan is to release ten or twelve episodes as a season weekly. And then take some time off and get the next batch. Because i'm a full-time. I've been working on tv. Commercials radio commercials. I do casting. I've been mixing short films engineering. Several other podcasts. That also aren't out yet. Are still in production. Actually one of them's already running. It's called let's play if you're into gaming look for the let's play. Podcast all kinds of superstars from that world. They've been mixing that so. I've been very busy. But it's all at the expense of my own time to do my own show. And since lockdown started here new york. I realized very quickly that tip for us to be able to engage actors stuck at home. They need to be set up. So i've been doing webinars and classes night after night for months. Many months at this point and individual coaching to get people up to snuff to have the right microphone to treat their space acoustically to sound broadcast ready from home so we can all work together. So i'm doing sessions now from home all day where i'll give you an example of this morning and doing a new cartoon series. The actor was in his home studio in new york. The producer is in argentina. The writer of the episode is in mexico city. The director is in california. And i'm at my home in new jersey. So they're all on skype the actors on source connect and we're getting the job done there able to see the video over zoom as a screen share recording takes over source connect which is a great broadcast technology. That goes computer to computer. And we've all found ways to get the jobs done. I've been doing shows for disney nickelodeon cartoon network discovery kids plus commercials unit. I've been busy. That's absolutely fantastic. I mean just sort of thinking about how technology has enable this to happen. Whatever else we can at twenty twenty or anything from the last ten years. The fact that you can do this it would have been impossible even a decade ago. I imagine what considerably more difficult at any right. I don't know how they got their tv commercials. Done in one thousand nine hundred eighteen in that pandemic that must have been impossible to make them at that point. You know the other thing. I will say about the lockdown to an doing all these webinars they invariably start out as in a webinar and up with three or four of us drinking 'til two in the morning and talking zoom and i've met so many more people you included right. I'm talking to you in australia. I didn't think i really knew you before lockdown but since we were all on social media so much more but the relationships i formed with some of these actors and some of these people that have gotten to know really well and i've never met in real life at this point it's fascinating and i can't wait till this is all done morale cured and we can get out in the world and every never have to speak to each other again then. I can just go back to watching tv and eating chips. It's been really upshot. And i've said it too many people like you know this pandemic led me to this. New friendship with you and that to me is invaluable. When like if there's any positive to come out of this sits just the straight socializing with people. Globally that not would have not had the chance to otherwise has been a bunch of ventures. Which i've seen at that base deflowers that have grown up out of here so i know that there's been choirs that have been recording. People recording the individual parts and in an engineer is somewhere pacing them all together and it sounds absolutely magnificent. There was a composer that did that. A a good fifteen years ago. And i can't remember named we should know this. Brilliant like he gave everybody a conducted track to watch and they all recorded their part and submitted an insane thing. He edited together. Everybody sees little pixels in the distance that come and go and zoom in and it sounds beautiful this this year. i think it's become rather coleman. Yeah now everyone's doing it. Yeah richard which is great so for the pandemic right your hair to talk with me about the album duke genesis tenth album. So we're going to before we get to that is we're going to take a quick break. Joann we'll give you the contact details and then we'll get the show on the road. You're listening to love it album. One hundred forty with morris over here frank over there. I got a dusty old pile of vinyl records sitting. No my floor. We hope you're enjoying the shy. You can find previous episodes as love that album podcast daughter plug spot dot com. We can gives us along with any of the other great music. Discussion shows at rock and roll. Archaeology dot com. All part of the pantheon podcast network to keep up to date. Subscribe to the show via apple podcasts. Cia spotify or your podcast app of choice. You can email mars with fayed. Becca album suggestions at our kitchen at yahoo dot com dot a u joining the facebook group at facebook dot com slash groups slash. Love that album and start a music. Related discussion palo to haute is gone. But it's not. We're back borisova here in melbourne frank over there in new jersey. Or shall i say. New jersey choisy josie. I always wanted to get my terrible. James gandolfini impression on podcast. Never mind welcome back to love it. Album part of the pantene podcast network. My huge gratitude to them for allowing me to play in their sandbox. And we're here to talk about the album duke from genesis. And if you've been listening to this show long enough you know that we never get straight into it. There's a whole lot of peripherals. I think changing the name of this podcast to the peripheral music. Show because we speak about a whole lotta shit surrounding the album before we actually get to the main topic but heavily. All interesting frank. A guess what would be a fair question. Normally i might have asked you wendy. Become a genesis fame. But i'm going to ask you a different question. Which may well lead to this anyway is. When did you become a fan of prog rock before we get to the debate about whether this album is prog rock. All right right. Yeah because when people talk about prog bands that i'm not super familiar with. I listened to it and go. That's not what i think of progress. I think i'm probably more of an art rock fan. I right so. I think my earliest listening. I'm gonna tell you a little fun back story here. My brother tony my older brother. Tony ritter susan. Incredible drummer gogel him. This amazing youtube clips. You can watch of him doing what he does with electronic drums and all the stuff you sign with his career. It's fantastic so his musical tastes influenced mine except for. There was a period of time when he was in high school. His friends felt that his musical taste wasn't very good. So they made a series of tapes. Was a guy named seth shapiro. Who's out now. he's in texas. He was a california's very big on entertainment. He made a tape called the despoilment of tony. Overdoses musical tastes and on that mix tape was genesis. Sean luc ponty. Yes all this great stuff. So i as an aspiring young drummer would sneak into my brother's room and bang on the drums with the headphones. On listening in shamming along with all the stuff that was on those tapes and that sort of got me into it then when i was in eighth grade my brother got me a ticket to see genesis at nassau coliseum. On long island he was in support of the the aba cab tour which was already sort of appreciating. This was my first big concert kid going with my big brother little that i know then like that was the night i was going to change my life. That was between the very lights. And the songs and the music. I was hooked at bene- fan ever since like religiously. It's the warm blanket that comforts me. What i need to hear something and chill out is still the old genesis albums little that. I know that they were recording it. Which is now. The bulk of three sides live and the genesis in america video concert video. So i've got my first concert archived. I can revisit and it still. It puts me right back there. Whenever i hear the opening chords of behind the lines kick in tim. That's my morning coffee. That will always put me in a good mood. So that was that was sold and then it just went on from there to use that connection to fill tiny and mike to say. Hey come on my podcast on. There was talk for a minute. One gilbert show of getting phil collins as a guest. Gilbert had done some concert opener video with him and vanessa. Williams did something for phil collins a long long time ago and there was talk of getting them on and it didn't happen 'cause i guess he was around and that got me really excited. Now that i'm not involved in. He'll probably come on the closest. I've come to meeting anybody. Is i was doing a session. One day with sky from south africa. Good actor whose name is escaping at the moment and we were chatting and he noticed all my genesis box set. Dvd's sitting on the shelf at the studio he said. Oh you genesis. Fan he goes. We're actually good friends with mike. Rutherford my wife and his wife and close and we hang out all the time. And i'm like and i was like i am such genesis free and god. I hope to them as well. Maybe when they get back. Maybe i'll have them record a little something for you and it never happened can still write him that letter and i remember that time. Fifteen years ago. I worked with a guy that knows a guy. That's friends with your wife. Can you just say. I always hoped that in some capacity i would meet them and do something. It's just never going to happen. Say all you need is a miracle by throwing it all away Boom i'd say what you did the my intro to prague. Maybe this is more art rock as you describe. And i'm not really sure what make the distinction beck in. Nineteen seventy five seventy six just as always starting to listen to rock music. Because i've been a classical music. Eight up until i was tamed. Rick wakeman was touring australia. He played in melbourne at the my music bowl journey to the center of the earth. And back at that time. That was a big deal so they televised that and being the fan of the book i decided to watch this with my sister and see what this is all about and i was just hooked this guy with the long hair multiple keyboards and david hemmings. Reading from the book and the orchestra capes capes ice. The the big shoes and elton john prague. He was he was. And i don't know if you've actually same anything on his youtube channel grayson you to follow him up. Requirement is a funny bastard when yes. We're inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. They're all giving thanks to god and thanks today wives. Rick wakeman is what. Who's cracking all the jokes. Like puff from all the guys that i work with my father who played a massive party of my micro musical career. My family were all in the business. We generally were very very poor. My father was an elvis impersonator and there wasn't much cool for that in one thousand nine hundred forty seven and i followed up with a few albums so there was an album called kowa rock which is about the winter olympics. Not racist diatribe album. Called rick wakeman's criminal record where every tune was something to do with crime and his biggest album which was probably his debut. Solo album met saad. Yes was six wives of henry yet. And i just fell in love with them. All the rock music anew is everything was in four four time and that was great but all of a sudden those listening to a guy who was doing these changing time signatures a multiple melodies going on in the one pace which was very classical sort of thing to do and being growing up. Listening to classical music. Just really fell in love with that. So where do i guy to next. I got myself a copy of yes songs. Second deserves the vote and dame the next thing was in the court of the crimson king somewhere along the line no rod. I think about abedin anthology which my favorite tracks were from in the court of the crimson king duke with spy introduction to genesis appropriate. I discovered that album. Just a bit. Before face value phil collins decided he read to his solo on thing. And we'll get to it eventually. There was a connection between duke and face value the medically to how someone would say an unfortunate. Guess there is. There's a local record shop that sadly no longer with us co allen's that was in the center of town here in melvin and every six months they'd be doing like a fire amid put records and things which i think maybe factory stock they couldn't sell anymore with the hole punched into them and i fans a copy of the cossack duke. I think i bought it. Not because i knew anything about genesis at the time but just because a lot the on the front cover and three dollars why not and played the shit out of this type tied over and over and over again and we'll get more into the actual music but i was hypnotized by that and then i went and found a win back. One album went back to then they were straight. Then i went and bought. The lamb lies down on broadway and then over the years. I sort of didn't get everything. But i've found is getting more and more into the oldest stuff but of course. The first came out after duke was advocate which was about the time that i was starting to take an interest in to them and this is nothing like what i expected from them. Hang this is really really different. So i guess my question to you is way. Do you stand. I guess i can guess where you stand. I guess because you've already mentioned that. I was the advocate to. Yeah but i think we have similar trajectories. I think it's like that's what got me into it. And i think if i really think back i remember listening to. Yes on cassette Maybe some jetro told you know the the classic stealing the elder brothers records to hear all the stuff and the who exactly prague. But that was all stuff i would grab that a quick one while he's a white and the under chore on tommy at least pro progress if you true. Yeah yeah look. It's great stuff. But i did the same thing i kind of. What's like into duke and abba cabot. Because at the time advocate was on the radio. I would run to the radio whenever it was on right. That's the world we were in or if it came on mtv. I'd be like you know that band but then friends in highschool friends like well. You know they've been around a long time. Go get this. So i get my allowance every week for my chores and i would take my allowance and ride my bike right to the record store and flip through the cassettes because i have anything but a cassette player. I just kept going back to a member buying like on cassette and listening to that going. Oh this is weird but we grow on me and then you know suppers ready. Then i think i wore right through seconds out and member. I started buying the vinyl. When it got a turntable and then got the lamb for christmas as a gift one year and just immediately back in the days of getting up at five in the morning as a kid to see what santa bought i grab the lab and went right back to my room with my headphones and started listening to over and over and over. I still love. its dilemma. If you to any of the online music forums. And i think this surprises frank but some people on the internet like to argue over trivial points. I don't know if that's news to your not know that. I've discovered that the good news is the internet is just a fad. It's not gonna last. It'll be gone before you know it. I'm glad to hear that then. I can go back to watching television. So the arguing point on a lot of music forms and this is why. We can't have nice things because people are always slapping each other. Dan of you know what you're talking about even like at the top of the show that this was maybe the crest of that mountain where you look down one side. It's you look down the other side and it's pule popped not. It seems to me that there was always something of h on the side of that korea. So if you go back. I think maybe a nursery crime for absent friends or more selling by the pound even squawk from attributed tile to may pup zones from a bank if you go through the other side of genesis. Corre- i'm by the state is many approach sung. That's nuts i. Of course i did go in a pop by invisible touch would never have been written even indie puffs. Gabriel pretrial era. But it seems like over the years and you can probably attest to this year when you went to see the mon. The tool that ended up being three sides live was still doing. Gabriel era music to to not. I think even like into the ninety s was still doing. I know what i like. Here's what i didn't know until much later. Having seen that tour which became three sides live during that same tour in fact two nights. After i saw them they played another venue. A little smaller venue In queens new york and they played suppers ready and all the classic stuff. It was like a separate concert where they at. I didn't know enough about them to know that i was missing anything. I think i found a recording of it somewhere. Dan recording but like they played everything all the gold. All the beautiful gabriel stuff stuff. I'd never heard live before. I wish i could get a time machine and go back and catch that but thanks to youtube and thanks to a band. I think you and i may have talked about this. The musical box disband. If i'm getting my facts right they actually own staging lighting. Fill laser one and some of the costumes from their licensed by genesis there from montreal. What's the classic is the video of what they do. Watch the skies. All very old that keeps being restored and remastered on youtube from like seventy two. Anyway they do that and its entirety including the banter on stage and the tuning. Like it's almost like a scripted show and they've got all the original slides for the screens behind them that genesis had and the lighting. And it's the closest you're gonna come to going to time machine to nineteen seventy two and seeing gabriel with them. In fact i think gabriel was quoted as saying. He took his daughter to see them to say. This is what i used to do. It's so spot on. Did she speak to him again. While she's touring with him all the time so during speaking terms yeah she didn't say oh daddy. I can't believe he dressed up as a flower daddy. Though it's like he said well to amuse your your young heart. What if i loved all that stuff. Of course. My parents thought i was insane. Because i'd be cranking the knife on my turntable in my little speakers in my suburban bedroom and like this screaming and pandemonium breaking out in the middle of asylum prints like what in god's name are you listening to. I want your opinion on you as a sound engineer to my is. It's not necessarily just always about the sand of those nineties pop records particularly care for some of the songs but everything up to duke said. This is a very subjective term those record send womb to me i think that abba cab or the wind self titled invisible touch any of that sort of stuff which i haven't listened to in years they set. I said cold and harsh which may have been effect of the one thousand nine hundred eighty s but as much as the music. More appeals to me from one thousand nine hundred and before as much to do with the engineering. Which is. I'm sure it was a very deliberate choice. I mean maybe it's because david hentschel produce. Once he went off that was it. Yeah i think there's so many factors it's the studios it's the gear. You know. Maybe some of those early board mixing consoles the us might have been a warmer richer thing and then as we got into the eighty s high mixed a lot of albums on the console solid state logic. There's still a big purveyor of audio goods. But i sat behind those big boards and back then cement other engineers that were nieve enthusiasts. Would be like oh. Ssl stands for sure. Sounds lousy. nothing to me the time. 'cause i i still maintain that you can tweak things enough and get whatever sound you want but i do think. The technology change the con- the equipment changed and the overall shimmer of a product changed. I'll give you this analogy. If i listened to an mp three of a steely dan song. It's still sounds richer and warmer than an mp three the same bit rate and resolution s something modern produced. but there's more depth. There's panning you can sit at your speakers and position yourself and see the music in front of you and away it. Just don't get as much these days. I know this of the the endless argument digital versus analog. I think it talks to the process. It's the tape. That was used the speed. It was recorded at the console. It was on the outboard equipment in adults analog glory that it was is used to kind of enhance it all of synthesizers themselves as things got more and more digital and and things changed you know. There's there's still a sound you're not gonna get except for from the original. You can emulate it very close but it's not all going to be quite the same. So you lose that depth you lose that fidelity and then of course the cd era kind of squashed what you're used to hearing on vinyl and the levels changed i use an analogy recently. It's like food and america. Junk food is so popular. That's why we're all the way we are but even if you were to go back to nineteen whatever. Year doritos came out. If you aid to read them. It would probably taste bland to you now because these companies they need to keep you engaged to your taste. Buds get desensitized so they keep adding salt and flavor and salt and flavor until it doesn't compare to the original overtime and i think that happens with music. It happens in classical right. Four forty is no longer what orchestras tune to that number goes up a little sharper a little brighter over time. You know depending on the piece. I suppose so the same happened with technology and you and i spoke about this a little earlier. That's why i kind of love of the remastered genesis stuff because it's so much more compressed and harsh done in the digital age compared to the simplicity of back. Then right. I mean look. I'll be comparing apples with apples as it was so it seemed to me that the recording back in the day. So like if. I was hearing advocate and i bought at a cab when that came out and i didn't cape it didn't appeal to me terribly much by listening to advocate and listening to duke. Because this is what we're talking about. Ooh that sounds a bit. Passion is gonna be a product of his time. I mean yes. You mentioned the technology. That's going to be a factor into it. This is i. Guess what i was starting to get it before when i was saying people sort of argue. All what's the era but it would have been maybe disingenuous for the band that recorded abba cab ten years after the fact that they recorded trespass or serie crime. They not doing that in. Nineteen eighty nine. Ninety two to be that. couldn't it would be well. Yeah more of the same. I mean maybe there are some people who sort of. I'll be happy with cities of variations on those early seventies albums but sure i understand them as musicians to keep engaged right. We've lost out singer and flattest with lust out at driving guitarist. So what the three of us going to replace them now. We do out thing. But if we're gonna do we're going to change it up a little bit and and then there were three and duke with too great albums of them finding day white today but that would mean that they sand would have to be changed. So i don't dispute the fact. They wanted to do what they want us to do this. It doesn't appeal to me. But that doesn't mean i'm saying jack ass shit time capsules for the ban. There's any genesis. Mike and listen to some. I'm going to lean more towards than others the moment the lamb doesn't appeal to me the way that it did although i was just grooving the other night to watching the band giraffe anyone listening to this now. If you don't know giraffe. Google it find out but kevin gilbert was their singer and a songwriter. Dino kevin gilbert hopefully there some listeners going oh my god yes so kevin. Gilbert was in a band that i i heard him uncle toy matinee. Talk about brilliant production. Analog it was. Him and bill betrayal was basically toy matinee and we tracked it of course as a budding engineer at that point i had just finished audio school and i was coming to work in new york. City is an audio guy. And what i'd read about the production of that album is they would take the mics at the drum set level into these beautiful nieve pre-empts straight to the tape deck and then to the console so it's like the purest chain of recording and it shows that sizzle album sizzles like the fidelity of great steely dan album and musically so as well they actually had done at some point the lamb in its entirety staged with kevin singing and the band and it was really in credited with it. Prod faster some big thing years ago and you can find bootlegs online. And if you haven't as a listener and fan of music get yourself a copy of the taming of the shrew by kevin gilbert. It is a lamb lies down on broadway level masterpiece. Macrobiotic not confrontational free range. Food safe also segregated and they finished it posthumously. For him of course died tragically but his bandmates quit altogether from what they had and finished it at. Actually the person who introduced it to me is john. Murray who i met through gilbert shell kevin gilbert fan. I didn't know these albums were being released after his death. Oh yeah he dumped them on me. And i said oh dear god some taming the shrew kevin gilbert also. Look up the lamp formats with him. It's thrilling stuff. More hooks than a tackle box is really loud guitars. Gonna plastic happen. The secret angry of the network stars is the answer a question that was posed by of my listeners in the love that album facebook group david. Kelly witten asked the question. Because i always liked to integrate. Hey the next show. We're going to be doing blah blah blah. When i said that right franken is going to be talking about duke by genesis and he went and said why i ask this one question. Why when you have albums is fine as fox trot on surrey crime or lamb lies down on broadway and get to. My thoughts are in a moment. But i just wanted to say that when a city or the beginning of the high would you like to join me on a show and you. Maybe you mentioned something about genesis and i said well. Why don't we do duke. And you said i fucking love duke. Good enough a mesa. If i'd gone and said you let's do foxtrot. would you have said well. You can stay well at the moment so much of duke resonates i. I want to correct myself. In case i said taming of the shrew for the kevin neal it's shaming of the true. I hope i didn't backwards. So look for shaming of the true. 'cause it's late at i'm flaky The energy of duke right. I think duke's travels. And i'm sure we'll get to all this holds up to anything they ever did and duke. Send those two pieces. I think they're wonderful to me behind the lines as a cup of coffee. That will get my energy up listening to that. I think that the eight hundred eight drum break between behind the lines and duchess going into that That that to me is like being on a cloud like that album has so much great stuff. Yeah i know it's a little bit more pop rock feeling than the stuff you're used to. It's a it's the beginning of a new era of genesis. But god damn there's great stuff on it. I mean so much guide vocal. That's a beautiful to sure it could borderline pop tune. Turn it on again. It was very big on the radio. Here in the states misunderstanding. Maybe we've heard it you many times but so for me. There might be a visceral. I was in the audience when i saw most of that and heard it for the first time and it changed my world. So there's that for me with duke. But to this day you know now bordering on becoming an old man and i still listen to stuff from duke either whether be at live or from the album itself all the time. I just love the album. But yeah i could have probably picked any album but do i even mentioned i did duke sand in my college cover band. I played keyboards on it and extremely it is one of the worst keyboard performances. You'll ever hear thankfully a bad. You can't really hear it. It was a bar mix from a cassette recorder. Probably but even then i loved it and that's nine hundred eighty nine Here we are in twenty twenty. And i'm still listening to it. All the time have pointed out in the love that facebook page should be thankful was never gonna bring up calling all stations for this show. I think that's a really good. Tony banks album calling. All stations is one of my favorite mike and the mechanics records. It's really well crafted. Mike and the mechanics. Tony banks record yet. Good on them. Never on this program. No no no. No vitriol. As i said to david i really do love you. Can this no suppers radio on this album. And there's nothing with what. I call the orwellian comedy of get run out by friday. Nothing with that comedic bent and some of that stuff could actually be quite funny. This album unlike those early albums. we're not dealing with anything fantastic. I think maybe on and then they were three. The lady lies might be the last song which lyrically goes to anything remotely yet to see related but even that song you can understand. What the hell's going on i love the lamb lies down on broadway love. I haven't got a fucking clue what it's about. I know that there are probably people on the internet. This a surprise you again. Crittenden theories what it's about but i've through the notes on the double recode and it makes no sense to me on a simple guy this album. I think there are people who've gone and say this is a concept record. Really look at the artwork and you think there is a concept album going on here and say yes. It is not what you think it is. Yeah we'll come a little bit more to that. What else to say talking about some of the old stuff specially like some of the stuff from and then there were three was heartbreaking to get older and read work earn interviews with phil collins. Swear talk about really not liking any of that stuff like having to sing singing about bread ins and assault eight and you realize what would find actor that he was able to do all that even though his heart was never super in it and think it was probably around the time that he went off the deep end and kind of disappeared in came back a much older unhealthier man but it's so crushing to hear those interviews being such a fan and how he will say like very cavalier like i was never really that into that stuff. That was all tony banks. And i'm just the singer making it fun. And then you couple that with the footage of the last tour. They did the rehearsals where he couldn't hit the notes he couldn't play the drums. And it's so like a saint some footage on youtube way like he's trying to play the drum pattern frogs. Judy travels and rises sticks away in frustration. Yeah working on. That's all if you get the win in rome. Dvd it's all the outtake footage. It's all there and it hurts to watch and then people like are gonna go see feel collins on his new towards really good i. I can't because i've seen him in his prime and growing up as a drummer for a fan of drummer and getting into music because of it to go see him. Sit on a stool. I don't care how well produced the show is can't do it to watch your idol. Fold up and disappear. I mean he'll look. I'm glad he's still doing it. But it's too painful to watch for me when we go to watch a symphony orchestra way. Not saying that compose a day. We're seeing an orchestra interpret this work that might be comparatively racing your copay couple of hundred years old so sometimes when you're watching a band with a member who may not be able to achieve what they used to is still getting to say the composer of that at work and a few years ago. I went to see brian wilson and he had this big beautiful band and he was sitting behind a cable. Would that wasn't like dame and he was singing where he could and somebody said well. That's a little bit sad. I took the other attitude thinking. You know what. I'm watching a great composer. He's on stage like he's conducting his orchestra with his orchestra and to me was the privilege so i mean yes. I see what you're saying about phil not being able to rumble sing like in glory days. But you're getting to see. Essentially the composer and i deleted like even for that two thousand seven tour which from what i've read. It seemed like they simplify things. But essentially he was able to play but when he did the on dead yet tour of a couple of years back was just sitting down on the stage and his son was playing drums for. It's hard to watch but people have seen it said. No it's really great. You're talking about with an orchestra and i'm trying to find this thing. Hope you may have seen it. And i'm gonna say because it's it's a european thing that i'll probably butcher and i don't know the back story here it was suppers ready performed with an orchestra and a singer. I don't know todd was brought to like. What's todd mobile or todd. Mobile it was like the netherlands. Somebody out there listening is going you idiot. How do you so much. So i did a night probably a couple of months ago where i was doing facebook watch parties and acute up like two different three different versions of suppers ready and just did a livestream a lot of people. I never knew were into prague. Where like pop into that might have. You might have been one of them. Suffers ready anytime i hear. It performed steve hackett with his band. Genesis from suppers ready. it always just transcendent. But when seeing with orchestra and a choir with steve hackett on guitar and the rest of musicians where the singer whose name. I just don't know kinda looks like rick wakeman. If if he was a singer. God it's good it just lici up and break so at an orchestrated. Anything i'm there. You know what i'm just going to be. The contentious blasted here for a second few years ago. There was a recording put together an orchestral version of quadrophenia. Which remember that. Really one of my. The original is one of my all time. Favorite est albums will love it forever. And love rhino. Va is today. One of rock. Music's greatest moments. I haven't heard the hall of this orchestral version of quadrophenia. But i did search out love rhino eight which was rigged the orchestra and an opera singer and it was wrong. It was just take away. The opera singer and put roger daltry day. It still doesn't work because there's something about the dynamic is the on this song it's supposed to make you happy and eddie at chest and this is just so once i gentle but it was music. Yeah it really was music. That's perfect description. And i thought that was sacrilege for a song like that. I mean sometimes. We combine the rock band and the orchestra. If you think of an album deep purple can shed over gripen orchestra that to me super wicks that there have been a lot of bands which feel that. They have to gain some credibility by doing something with an orchestra. Look if i won't say that state business. But i think i have to but certainly this quadrophenia with an orchestra and an orchestra. Only at least what i've heard. I like the blend of the two and even on a smaller scale. One of my favorite bands is a band called meridian. Which i know you haven't really got hit two yet. But after their last big tour for their album fear which pretty great they released a thing life from royal albert hall like a really big long blu. Ray concert called all one. Tonight is the name of the show and they brought on a a small orchestra supplemented by marquel arsenal of keyboards. And it's just a brilliant. Production is a moment where everybody in the crowd had been given a little light that they can hold up on q. At this big moment genesis songs. Have these i call them the jump off a cliff moments. Where like it's building. It's building like cinnamon show. Has that moment where it's like did a little little and you feel like you've just jumped off a cliff and you're flying it's just moments. They have that in a song called go and on cue the whole audience halls up their lights and they go to this long shot of royal albert hall. Just like you're an outer space with the lights everywhere on this in in the band just brakes the most satisfying smile. Because you know everyone there felt that moment and with the orchestra behind them in mom. It's just those the moments to live for. I get that sometimes it can add some exhilaration to an existing cut. I'm not saying that it's wrong for each other. But i don't think it's always going to be when you take an old album and review it with an orchestra and throw an opera singer in the mix just to do something. That's a recipe for sadness. I think she doesn't work to me. We've been speaking for a while. We should probably get into talking about the album itself before we sorta go specifically for the album. Just i guess a little bit the history. So i sent you a link and the last few weeks some genesis fourteen that had found. They recorded a concert several months before they released the album. Ain't a read something about this. Where the original idea behind duke was going to be a concept cold. The story of alvin and half the songs that we get on linked to get. There's a long story. I'm not gonna go into how to ride the other songs. Phil had some songs into the other side. Some iran songs invade collaborated. Now there's the original intention was a bunch of guys to lincoln. I decided that they didn't want to do that for the because it already had a couple of twenty minute out there and i didn't want to get. I think. Comparisons to older epic works. They didn't want somebody saying. Oh they're trying to redo the or suppers ready or any of that stuff. They split up those songs for the for the first few months before they recorded and released the album performing these songs as sweet. That sounds with behind the lines. Duchess guide vocal. Turn it on again. Which started out as a bit of a little filling until i realized that we actually have a whole song. And then duke's travels and so people at dash should probably got look this up for the first few minutes she sort of think hang on is phil serious about this is just wasting your time tells the story. That albus is a guy. Who's a bit of a loner. He's a bit of a loser. He tells the story about album being rejected by the duchess and then he wakes up in hospital. Die after trying to She has to get back into hospital because he's had a walking stick removed from his backside. And this is not the phil. Collins who writes songs for walt disney films. Apparently this i'll tell you what. If you could have gotten phil collins on gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast go but would have said something like you originally wrote this song about a guy fucking at tv. That would've been absolutely amazing. Get interest if you do but there was one other thing that i read that i thought was absolutely fascinating. I'm so i'm going back a little bit. He didn't just talking about the whole idea back concepts and stories while it was sort of rereading recently the double album liner notes for the lamb lies down on abrode by like. This is just very surreal. And i thought who's. The king of surreal visuals. It was at a handwriting. Ask who made these phones like l. Topa the early seventies. And i thought wow i wonder whether pay the guy was a fan of elephant generosity and just the shit that comes into my head and i look it up. Not only was gabriel. A fan of judo but he'd actually contacted him with the possibility of joe dot making a movie on the lamb. Lies down on broadway and i thought holy shit. I'm not the only one who has this crap in his head. This was actually really a thing. It never came out but at least. I'm glad that it never became a thing with ken. Russell behind a director's chair in magna apologies to the ken. Russell fans there. Because tommy's ship movie whenever you can have that actress straddling pillow covered and beans with her scantily clad. Self i mean like it's not all bad beat for me but i guess anything with an margaret is going to be watching a little bit but story was not and some of the worst green screen action. I have ever seen in a movie in my life but the point. I wanted to make his when i look at the cover artwork becca the time and oldies connections with this little character alba that possibly linked to the theory that maybe this is a concept album or a concept album. Relevant sergeant pepper's lonely ads club bandies having said that and i'll come to this shortly. I do. See a different concept necessarily fantastical concept like help. It's going through the woods. All that sorta stopped by a modern day concept which Look come to it now by. I see this as one of the great break-up albums there's not every song if you took some of these behind the lines the god vertical misunderstanding. Maybe at a pinch as a low in tonight. And please don't ask don't even written by phil collins. They're all they're all about full collins break up with his wife right which was kind of what was happening at the time right. Isn't this the album sort of in the midst of that turmoil. So yeah i mean it makes sense. It's you can take those songs and that could be face value right exactly instead. We have to break up album for the price of one. Do grade that banks had said that. He originally rejected fills submission of india to not to be on duke and then once that got to be big and famous. He said oh. Jeez a regret that interesting. I think at this point. What i wanna do is maybe we got for a quick break a play a podcast tromo. Because that's what i like to do. And then we'll come back and we'll talk exclusively about these album probably with some divisions because that's like but we'll focus on the album itself extensively. Why some of the people. They have downloaded this all right. We'll be back in a couple of moments frank over there may have. I'm john waters guy. Dolph lundgren land hendrix. Hi this is keith. Gordon pune mcgill for rare davi. Richard elephant ileana. Douglas patrick warburton wings. Hauser clip the steven. Rayle that mr misty. 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Intellectual was on duke where phil collins presents became more and i'm not going to go any further. What i usually like to do on the program where a think it's appropriate is talk a little bit about what other albums were at at the time genesis once again. They're on the cusp of where we're going to go in there own career and it seems a bit strange to me now because music fans of our age we will listen celebrate absolutely anything and everything whereas at the time you either on tame prog oil on punk because extensively punk music a new wide music was sweeping the remnants of that out the door so this is a very selectively and you could probably find a bunch of other albums that could contradict this but duke was released the twenty eighth of match in one thousand nine hundred and in the three months prior and inclusive match of nineteen ninety the albums that were released to the world where the debut from the pretenders end of the century by the ramones but the little girls understand by the neck. Get happy by stellan g g by squeeze which we've done on this show and the psychedelic furs. Debut album extinct equally on the other side. At that time they were albums. Being released glasshouses by billy joel short stories by gallas against the wind by bob seger mad love linda reynolds and on through the not by deflected. So the point. I wanted to make was the musical landscape was not owned by anyone style or anyone gripe as much as the music historians like to declare that it is so sure. Sure maybe some things are going to fashion. But for genesis to release duke at that time and for it to become apparently very very popular album was not necessarily but they sort Decided that they still would have to change the way of doing things i mean. I guess if you want to say if you want to read between the lines if you go back to dan and out from there were three just like to read a lyric. I might notice none of getting any younger. This people at the who could take your place a more commercial view. Fresh face bands. That i read out a possibly the science that punk going into the new wave with doing what had to be done. But of course you also ahead van galaxy It's not quite like genesis. But it's not a long way from its climate class at genesis than the sex pistols. And bob seger's linda ronstadt still the long established. Pop act during the things. So i guess do is a bit of a bit of that but it's not necessarily at a place but just looking at it from our age episode of in this time we think that is any contradiction in loving ramones album pretenders album and loving genesis whereas at the time it might have been saying is no. You can't do but if you're one of the other but so what do you think has happened in the previous forty eight or did you at the time. Love boat at the time. I listened to everything right. So i grew up on in suburban long island outside of new york new york city and We had a station out there. Wbz wb long island to this day. If you go out there and turn it on. You're still here in the same twenty songs right. It'd be leonard. Skinner d- followed by a bowie cut followed by of course billy joel. Who's from long island so you legally obligated to play it but it was that mixed bag but mostly of you know the rock of the era and then classics. That's that's where you hear. Your led zeppelin. So i listened to them all the time and then i would listen to. Wnyc from new york from new york city. Which would be more the pop music. In fact i- nbc was always styled it on my alarm clock radio going back to when i was in fifth grade and not knowing anything about genesis from winning weathering your own special way was played all the time and rotation and i just thought okay. There's that song. And i love that song with carly simon anyone else of that era with those sort of romantic bow. I didn't know genesis. And then it's so weird to then circle back and go like. Oh that is lumped in with the rest of that album and and yet it got them on commercial radio for that. So i listened to everything but at the time i was like i was all into pat. Metheny all that stuff. So that was my world. Then so the pop rock stuff. I would just turn my nose up and then kind of at the older. I've gotten the more. I appreciate what was really going on. You know. it's just sort of look back. What what these things were when you grow up a little bit and you're not turning you're known this up every pop rock thanks to joke around with the same. The cut into gilbert's podcast listener. Before i ended up producing it was somebody used to joke around like she was into all the groups of that some of that. You've rattled off even more alternative rock things and it's like oh those bands with your two and three chord songs. The way fell. Because at the time i was into rush. And yes and genesis complicated music and you get older and realize it doesn't have to be complicated. It's okay to have guide vocal thrown in there from time to time to break up the hammering away at it all and it's weird now because i look at genesis as prog rock and i look at other prog rock things like i've got on the mailing list for some record labels having reviewed a couple of live shows and albums for some new york papers. I do a lot of freelance writing. So i get these updates and one of them. I can't remember the name. Because i'm just so fried but but it was an album that they sent me. Listen to it and go. I can't review it. Because i just don't like it and it's nothing against the artists it's you know it's somebody that you would lump in with dream theater. I wish i remember. The guy's name is very religious in his music and his lyrics. But there's this like profound statement followed by georgia typically and then like really took to do. No look we're playing some odd time. Now everything's sounds like death metal but more intricate and then it comes back to some big singing moment and then right back to talk to dr and just let doesn't float my boat the way suppers ready the lamb or even any of anything on duke does so i love prague but modern prog starts to sound to me you know people say hip hop all sounds the same well so does modern prog every band. Sounds like they're doing the same master. Batori soloing over violent drums and odd time signatures. Just like we get it you can play. That's really great. So what would you say that. Maybe modern prog has lost a sense of melody. Because one thing that you could say about all those early genesis albums ohio yes stop was a really strong sense of melody melody and banal. It's about technique. I think it's not to knock them. I know brilliant musicians so many great people playing that stuff the wanted to make that more way. Genesis were headed and with fitting at that time. They wanted to do their own thing. I was looking sorry match to what was happening outside they will. I will suggest that advocate a couple of the songs and maybe advocate itself is maybe soul tip of the hat to new wave very much. So thing was he was he. Yeah i think they even talk about that. I think part of the reason they remixed a lot of they want the drums. Were meant to be much punchier and edgier. I can't remember the specifics but one of the bonus materials on one of the dvd's they talk about. Who done it and what that was meant to be. And what how it turned out wasn't quite. What the envision. That's very much a new wave or non new wave bands attempted new wave. I kinda mention any other band sort of doing it but it sounds like that to me. I appreciate it for what it is. But it's a pity that aban like genesis would have to feel like they need to do that. One of the things. I've that's bothered me about music. In general over the years. Because i was involved in the music industry long before i got into post production. I mixed records for a leading in track bands. That was my bread and butter for my twenties and thirties. But to back then you would see like a record would come out. That was sort of groundbreaking new style and then every record label found their version of it strep quick out the door or artists would change course to try to fill the need for that thing and the curtain gets pulled back and you realize the mechanics behind the music industry in a weird way. I lost interest in a lot of music. Maybe that's why i'm still stuck with genesis from the seventies realized the machine behind it and what drives it and the economics of it and then you look back and go of course. They felt they had to do. Who'd done it. Why would a ban that big feel that they needed to and then you look at where it got them and it makes sense like their household name phil collins was. You couldn't turn around without seeing him. He was everywhere thankfully to tie. That was really really into genesis and phil collins so so it worked out. I did see some interviews from the period. Where i think phil was saying that. He's a bit fed up as i guess he would be with people saying to them. You're solid success. your dictating what. Genesis is doing by making this great prog band sand or poppy and he said no no. It wasn't if it was anyone. mike rutherford. He wanted to take the band in a different direction. And not withstanding whatever. Mike his reasons for doing that. I believe that. Because if he's got this solid career to the some he wanted to do then why would he wants to do the same thing with the band that he's been playing with already a ten earlier years they think it does seem more like a natural evolution settlers the album itself of seeing this in two different ways all along thought. This album is like a piece of cinema. And this is where sacred thing i think is become really really important. You get your opinion cuts by the lines. Which is this big repenting moment. I mean just sort of think. Like the opening of something like la la. You don't sorry about the best big bright our opinion. And then you get a bit of the story development so you have dot chess misunderstanding. Like your montage saying it sounds to me got sinister. Asia is that what it's called where you see music or something other please. Don't ask is the dock before the dawn and then duke's travels is the hero the film feeding up the bed guys crushing cars and then walking into the sunset with the gal. It seems something cinematic to me. It does absolutely in the last week though. It's sort of been thinking in a way. Parts of the album broadway musical to me because all of a sudden i've got this vision in my head a poem and all this choreography with the jazz hands. Says if you can't see this he's actually doing jazz. Hands this all these moments make it. Sound like a broadway musical but either way it does sad musically like is telling a story even if the whole notion of going from one song to the next. it's not really telling narrative like other concept albums. although although a safe with the record day. I don't think that there are many concept albums that have an intention of telling a story really tell the story very well. 'cause quadrophenia one of my favorite albums of all time. It was left to frank. Run 'em to fill in the story of jimmy the mall that you get on the record and probably countless examples but even notwithstanding. I still think that the songs at least in the order tint the moments where phil collins sang. I'm really really miserable without you. Hey let's make this rydell all that sort of thing. I love you so much. That i wanna buy you a mansion in miami so you can lock me out of it one day. That's on the special edition. Do see this very cinematic. For that reason. It does have that big character development. A couple of spiky moments slows down. And then you get the food act which is all exciting. An explosion that tad has said that's much to do with sequencing as it is below anything site but sesame like they really truly thought about the order that they wanted this album to go in and pot of success. And that's interesting too and you think about when it came out on vinyl of the album sequence had to do with how much time they could fit on each side of the record to change the order so for all we know who might have been a different agenda and they said well he can only fit eighteen minutes sound good and so we got flip it around like you know who knows how they changed things. I've still think that if it had come down to. If the -delity had been different if i critic cutler vinyl different way than misunderstanding would have ended ended up inside to and turn it on again. Model ended up inside one to me. When i listened to it on disk or now stream the album. It feels like misunderstanding does kick off a second part of the record to me. It's like a change. I don't know it's been a while since i've really listened to the whole thing straight through. I think we'd probably both agree that the album head to start with on the lines and it had to win. Duke travels and duke thin. Absolutely that duke's travels do chained is easily. Say all right to the fans this farewell gift here well as i said before. They were not related things that they did on subsequent albums and i always did stuff in a live context but to me that song is maybe the script harare at least from the seventy s side of genesis. Yeah but there are moments even an advocate which it's a bad rap like there's moments of me and sarah jane that could be right off and then there were three there moments melodic dodo lurker. That could be from the lamb really if you think about it. Our maybe the production values different but there are these moments in fact that de aunt that synth melody. That's a lurker. I remember being in the year. I saw genesis eight. No eight grade. Sorry my pillow rest in peace. You know budding. Young drummer knew that was sort of into this stuff. Since all said well look you know. The school bought a mini moog or mini mo. If you want to say the way. I said you know we don't want to leave it here over the summer. 'cause who knows mike stone which i take it home for the summer so i took home. This mini moog and i was just sitting in my room. I dialed in on the mobile. That sound emulating. That bit of lurker. And i would just play that fucking melody on a loop to my parents who you got it out and add some more slider to leave you just like driving them nuts but man. That was it for me. I was hooked. I want to digress a bit because of the success of this album. I mean it could be argued certainly from at any states genesis career but it certainly becomes really pantley. He is the man. We've mentioned many times. Phil collins as drama and even the people who died necessarily cave phil collins is a solo act would never deny phil collins as a drummer in in the in the eighties. Way you know the only people who knew with the easy lava and you can't reload didn't actually know that he was a skins man. But i would also argue that. Not only is he a great drama but he's also a super diverse drummer. I'm not even going to hang it on him for that. Horrible fucking gated snare sound. I loved it. I tried to emulate that as a drummer trying to achieve that sound. I just. I just loved that. I got an acoustic kit with tests to anything. Just like a chris. Plane snail of another pick. Piccolo is the worst sandon. all of drumming. I hate it but anyway. That's what is style that he's done with his solo recordings and then there's the complex style that he does on the genesis albums and then there's a for a band we haven't mentioned yet but i'm sure window dana's brand now. A recently found myself relisting to moroccan roll and unorthodox behaviour. And i mean sure. It's a lot like the other fusion jazz bands of the time. It's really if you don't know it's brand x. It could be thinking. Wow this is great weather report album all sure. Yeah great holiday meal. There's a phil. Collins solo concert from the early eighty s where i think they break into. They go from one hit songs. I think they break into and soda. F from brand x. Period of time in the middle of the show worked in with the horns. I'm good at that bad but endebted miniature better. It's like they just do like brennan. So phil collins but then they bring in the horns and the whole bit great moment. I just remember watching that going. That's not phil collins. That's brand x. like sitting at the edge of the bed watching tv. Sure there are complexities with a rhythm on genesis records and when you think behind the lines had their amendments and certainly on travels with some amazingly complex bits. But that's for a rock prog rock band you listen to nuclear been on unorthodox behavior. He sounds like a different drama for me is just a real sign of respect for the man as a talented instrumentalist. But then you listen to the streets of soho. You go to in popular with brand x. Yeah once again that diversity. He'd like a lot of everything here. Yeah i look. I'd like to think that he wasn't doing anything that he didn't want to do. Not oh wow. This is getting me a whole lot of money and a whole lot of fame. I think i'm gonna stick musician. Wants to wait. And i want to be successful but i like to think that he really liked what was that. He was doing. Artistically the same brand x. brand x. Just like his own band in between genesis records at the time but that was not insignificant or another men substantial number of albums record with them. So i just want to point out are just absolutely admire that versatility. He's an amazing drummer every any drummer. We'll tell you he's an amazing. I would jam try. I remember my my buddy mark. V and i in high school we would sit before band. Or we'd cut class be sitting in the band room with all the drums. We could muster up emulating those drum duets from all the genesis concerts of the era. Because they're just so fun. You know just the digitally you know always breaking into low sendo so that would be like a music orgasm that point. The album itself is already gone and say it does start at this big. I'm going to call it. The broadway show tune i was going to say bombast and there are moments of bombast on the album. It says joyous celebration. It's a fanfare. it's regal definitely a fanfare. Absolutely i guess the negative to get. They're going to do something called duke. It's going to be royal is going to be big bringing the horses. Let's have this big parade. Just i've still got this thing in my head as i said before. Great choreography and coming back to those jazzing. This the other interesting thing is for a time. It seemed like any bans. That were trios in the eighties. Seventies guy into the eighties. They had to have that full sound. Now i understand that these bands especially bands with the fame and the wealth of is genesis or whoever the trio's they could afford to spend time over dubbing and rio dubbing and who knows how many kits villas playing over himself but still that doesn't take away from the fact that for this trio album. It says especially these opening moment. It's sense big and celebrating. You sort of mentioned that must be a five or six and lays these just these three guys that wanted to make the since san mighty obviously bills. Tom might god. There's times yeah. Br but also on top of that is like intense bongos right. yes that percussion layer happened. That is so weird. You expect to save bongos and genesis in the one cents But yes you do hear that. Yes i brought up watching when in rome this weekend. There's a moment in the concert. Where phil is singing and playing drums and chester's just holding a big shaker and follow you. Follow me a camera with song. It was but i turned to my friends and said you know. I never thought of this before. But why isn't chester playing drums. And phyllis singing and holding a shaker. Why does he playing drums and singing. Winchester's right there and all he gets to do is go Just seems like it's such an odd. I guess it was like. Let's remind people that. I can sing and play drums at the same time. Chest is a a an alumnus of the mothers of invention rut. Yeah he's he's been around. Then i think he went a. He's one of the heavy hitters so to speak in nashville for a lot of album. There was a time where even pre thompson was the second drummer. So between yes yes. Seconds are on the list of shyam. I don't actually have already gone and said that behind. The lines is the big moment but for me. The album in the sort of leading towards the middle the big bombast moment is men of at times. It's sort of light and shade dynamic. It goes up. Goes down like a film would but many times is that bitten the movie. Where we're just in a ratchet this bad situation up a bit and then after work i had to find their way out. It'll be bobbling away but this is the shit happens moment. Changing the plot man of our times is attuned. Really early on. I did work out how to play on the drums. And it's not a hard pace but it's one of those pieces which if you don't play with confidence then peel going to tell you don't think even if your hadn't been playing for a long time but if you play with a bit of confidence you can make it said really really great. Just one boutique boom boom. That makes a tuna. There was just such a thrill to be able to work. But had you heard this. And that was a mike rutherford composition. He has said he's embarrassed by it. The heizer microphone heights times. I find that hard to believe. Ed easily one of my favorite songs on the album bite to it. The we're talking about. The man who britain released. All i need is america and delivering is which you know not many people realise this but all i need is a miracle was originally written for the lamb. Lies down on broadway gabriel. It said i'm quitting. Now as i said it's the thing you have to play with competence. You don't even need to be a great drummer. You just need to be able to say. I can pull this off and no heartedness and you'll make it sent fantastic. I love it's bomb best normally. I'm not a big stadium. A rain rock so the guy. But there's something about this. Maybe it's chinese banks and milad assume against a lot of this stadium. Rock is about qatar in this one. It's about the since. The melody is not about the city for its own sake which is unusual. Because i love. This album is actually electric piano heavy rather than synth heavy but this is the big center moment plumbing album. You know misunderstanding. I can skip almost every time. I think it's only because it was. It was overplayed on the radio here so much and you know when i listened to the album. I listen to it for a couple of minutes from like you know. I've heard so much. I tend to want to get right to heat haze. So tell me. Does that song production-wise sound like it belongs on a different album misunderstanding. Possibly everywhere else on the on the album even the ballads san big. This one says really compressed my but you know there is a thing like the no if you listen to sting's album has englishman in new york. What's the nothing like the sun so that album every track on that is lush and rich but there are a couple of cuts that they must have known. They're going to be the single. These are going to be for radio and they were mixed accordingly right so there are some things that are squashed really. Compressed that on any of the richness and depth and then others do so there songs that i'll listen to and i'll suddenly here this shifts in how much it was compressed and how it was mixing. Well that's clearly. They had their eyes on radio for that one. Because there's some things that wouldn't i mean this is before streaming so maybe that was it mc maybe misunderstanding but it does sound a little bit more squished compared to the bigness of all the other stuff. Maybe i'm over thinking it but records. There are the songs that yeah these are going to be the singles and they'll be like the needles. Don't move there so squashed to air and designed that way versus the other tracks like it's all an englishman in new york from that album when you get to that drum break that wonderful. It's a great little moment. Probably wouldn't air that all that often because it's just too dynamic versus remember the big hits off that it's been so long we'll be together. Yeah so that yeah. That's a perfect example. When you listen to that that is so squashed. There's there's very little base and it's really super compressed but that is ready to cut through. Am radio whereas some of the more lush songs are just not mix that way. I am radio still a thing over in the states. Like in the mid ninety s people were shifted. Fm too but back then even when i would mix commercials early on in my career. You did the stereo mix. Did the mono mix for am radio. You know you had to take that into consideration. Be a great guest free to talk about some of this stuff my friend andy van debt. Great mastering engineer. He's done all of russia's albums and tons of others. Of course. But i still learn from him like there was just a comment. A buddy of mine was after our. Hang saturday night. He broke out his vinyl copy of the lamb. And give it a good new. Listen and was about how much time they fit on each side of vinyl and didn't that degrade the quality mathematically and and then and each time. I tagged him in the post and each timed in answered the how that all works in the loss and how they compensate in the mastering of right. So he's stuff you don't think about and the limitations of vital really affected how things were mixed now. You could be very different of college once a friend because we never really hung out socially but really gifted guy named david friedman a couple years ahead in college. He went on to produce the flaming lips and mercury rev. And all this great stuff that he played in. And i remember an early version of the lips. Were at our college studio. Dave's mission was. It's a cd were all now. We're gonna mix this as hot as loud as we can. And hopefully distort the inputs of receivers make it so scorchingly hot we want to push the limits of digital and use every bit. That's available many kinda did and i had the distinct pleasure it was. I was tasked by the dean of the school of music. As president of the recording aside on society are association my senior year of school first thing. I was told that it's been banned here. Recording all summer and your first official is to get them. They've been stinking up the place leaving booze bottles around the cleaning staff is complaining so get them out. It was the flaming lips In new york doing their i album. Who knew that. The modest. But i didn't use jelly so go. They don't like jelly jelly. Tom way where we are. We talking about genesis men. I can listen to. Duke's travels duke's end altogether. I remember getting a bank of military on samples from my kurzweil some point and getting the flute sound which we all know from the beatles right And then go a strawberry fields. Yeah that's like that. segue between. Duke's travels antique sensing hit me. I never thought about that before. Yep that's the flu I mentioned before the alternative sequences secretary mate and nice concept side. If you will would have been behind the lines god vocal misunderstanding heath as aligned to employ dine. Ask about phil's marriage. Bright coppa me. Officially winds said face value. Was that album but this is a good proto secrets if you want to indict yeah yeah. There's a lot of self pity love made. When can i see you. can i touch you in. Yeah please don't ask don't see the i'll be fine. I'm alone again tonight. To switch awful lot behind me but then there's also building up the sand for what became the show collins ballots one of the most amazing juxtaposition me guide vocal as valid and then guide vocal at the end that gives me chills. Man i that to me is like oh. That's an emotional. An emotional response to it. Every time i hear that's the thing possibly why some people have possibly confused as as being a grand concept album because there are motifs that are used in the first three minutes of behind the lines that they come back to and their motifs that they return to end. The duke's travels duke into the album which is very much a musical theme. That sort of thing. It's more explicit when it's played angrily at the end of the in original version that we hear the third track of the album. It's more like phillies to leave me alone. Take what's yours be damned. it's. I'm the one who brought you talk to you do. It's the same feeling. I get when phil would perform the closing section of the musical box. Like ninety one hundred ninety one tour for the. We can't dance album when they did that. Mantra of that the old stuff when he leans into the light. And he's like why don't you touch me. like that. The pulsing light his face. That same response. I get to do travels and bringing back the guide vocal. Just that like the screaming. Fill that always makes me feel good way. Yeah you tell them fuckers. Do wanna bring up one final cut on the album. Because i think on in discussion. You said yeah okay. There was there was. This is obviously the popcorn. I'm gonna make the argument. As i'm sure other people already have smart people by the point that turn it on again. Is prague disguised as pop irate. A really fascinating anecdote. I didn't know this. But when pitta gabriel had lost manning on his first wo- med fest. Here so genesis put on a benefit to help him up again. I didn't realize so. They did a sit for a concept the benefit of him and they did all the all. Gabriel era stuff do could recently been at and turn it on again. Was the big single. Add on the chats so they thought it'd be a little bit silly to knock performance so they did that at the end and i didn't realize that gabriel fancied himself is a bit of a dramatic so said looking fill you go and you're saying i comply this component from an effected up because you've got multiple time signature changes. Yeah yeah. I remember when i first heard this when i was that age. I was only thinking as drummer of four four times so i was thinking. There's something unusual about is something unusual about this as i went on that. Oh that's what's going on eighteen. Something positive six four alternating bosses seven four in some people say thirteen night some people say it's any citrus verge little but when he gets to get so lonely when she's not there says like he's doing two thousand three four one two four two thousand four four three three four and two thousand two four. I was listening to this a couple of nights ago. I gotta do this gotta ride it out. What's going and does on top forty pop single but he disguised it by doing dumped of. Don't dump dump dump them that sentence duct dump them so it doesn't send complex but you have to have the mind of a confident drama and experienced dramatic to be able to that olympic. Even as you're working your way rand just making you'll be carrying a direct breath. I what's it. I had a think about the mechanics of that song. I probably wouldn't be able to play it on the drums. But i can sit in my car and listen to it and tap right along with it and get every beat. Because i've heard it's so many times and you don't even think about the time he's just playing it then just playing and you just know exactly where every odd measure is going to pop up. It just happens. I love when they do that. A few very few pop things will do that these days. But god that was nice way to slip in some non danceable beats to. That's the point. Can you just imagine someone going to a disco or whatever the dj goes and puts on record and people are doing contortions trying to keep up with it and yet on the surface it does sound like a pop song it's deceptive and that's the secret to success. The musicians will people who had a cat familiar with the concept was i. I see what you're doing and the gonna feel terribly disturbed by. That's that's part of the songs janus. I really do think. I read somewhere that that song never left the sets throughout the rest of the time that phil collins was playing with the band interesting and it will serve. Gabriel right for saying yeah. Don't worry you sing. I'll take care of trump duty. Tacked up speaking gabriel. Another one of the guests on my podcast is a drummer named allan schwartzberg who you may not know. But he's a monster. I mean his his career goes all the way back to like the christmas classics that you might have grown up hearing on some of the old orchestras and all that. But allen played on peter gabriel's first solo album allen. Was the session drummer. So he's the guy on salisbury hill See the city. Light was still talk about a song. That is a song you can kind of hummel on tap with. But that's got time all over the place. Yes so it's kind of i. But yeah an allen then talk about when we were talking earlier about what albums were out. Allen played on all the disco hits as a session drummer including everyone will remember the star wars disco. That's him then. you know. If you were fan of david letterman show on would pop up sporadically playing drums with the band or percussion gigs. But he and he's on his credit list goes on forever so that'll be a fun one to listen to musicians like that. It's but salisbury. Hill fits right in there in terms of egypt's bumped up day. You got that in your head and you don't realize you along to some odd time signatures kinda throwing your way. I really respect that. A wonder whether phil collins detractors. I've got to admit that with no jacket required on. I had no interest but a wonder with a lot of the detractors also went back gabriel for making the so album cassettes way he go to win pop. I think it's out. It's okay for him to do it but kate young to do it. I mean there's nothing phil collins did that. I didn't love an until a certain point. It's got to be where. I kept buying albums. And then i just wasn't i might tastes and my life changed and that that kind of it's the filter through which your music processes right this day. Certain songs put me in a time and place so we keep talking about marill you keep bringing it up man. Why did he bring it up. Really trying to talk about genesis. But i listened to the earlier marine where their singer was a guy named fish. And it's a lot of anger. Bitterness and anger it's angst it's unhappiness and it resonated with me at a time in my life that i really loved it and now i wanna go back to listen to it. I'm like i can't. I can't because it's like they were trying to be not try to genesis right. They had a song called grendel which was their suppers. Ready and i listened to it now and go. Yeah i just. I'm not in the mood for that. Like my life is different now. I can't be that angry and appreciate it. But a lot of their stuff and their newer stuff has single. It's more commercial stuff. Theoretically no big pop hits per se but you change so there was a period of time. I could listen to no jacket required. No problem i loved everything that was on there. Every new genesis thing. Everything phil collins did i think. The last album my consciously bought was dancing into the light and then it just became such supermarket. Music background music. That i lost interest. But it's not a slam him. It's like that's what he's doing now and it didn't resonate with me as much but but everything at some point did and it wasn't until streaming that i started to go back and let me catch up on what i missed. I've found on apple music. There's a hot night in paris phil collins with a big band doing the low sendo sweet. Have you heard that have not. Oh god it's phil collins or the jazz orchestra doing los angeles and it's phenomenal all the stuff that i missed that kind of go back but i i don't love when he kind of re does the classics and they didn't where someone else cut together all his drum pieces to make an album. Because i couldn't play anymore then you know the going back or whatever it was called like i kind of lost interest. It doesn't mean. I don't love phil collins and they're still pieces of those albums that i'll still if they come on. I'm not gonna skip them. But at the time it resonated and nauman older man. I'm a happier man for the most part. They don't resonate the things that the anger songs don't stick with me as much respect for quite a long time. I'm not sure whether or not we've had actually early. Scratch the surface with barely scratched the surface. So i could not say that. Otherwise frank mud sumi maybe has copyright you about that. I think i made them self conscious about it at one point because like every week he would say that'd be the controlled through my arms up in the air. Can we find another phrase. I think if it wasn't gonna be you. It was going to be a lot of offense in the facebook group. I think at one point. I did make Jcp bingo cards. I think every you know everybody gets the orange story is the center. Everybody gets that one and then it's like if he says gill do this impression. You get that one and we barely scratched the surface kiko needed. The money was one as i said. We've barely scratched the surface and they're probably million wise at this compensation could have gone. But i think that we've given the listener enough of an impression that this is an album that i need to search out. If you haven't heard anything proud of this album the jibral years stay packet us up to this view only know them for the big kids from the woods. You really do need to search to. It is a complete work. I mean i know that misunderstanding was a big hit single in turn it on again it single but this album is. We haven't even given any time. Two songs like duchess. And i think i said earlier we were rolling or not but that eight hundred eight drum based thing that they sort of stuck between behind the lines and duchess. I could listen to that. On a loop. I d- that's like a meditation piece that that ambient drifting love that Okay so that's one thing that i think was very drive of them too difficult for a band like that and probably a lot of commercial bands at a time. Where you had to get the listener's attention straightaway. There's no and this is a seven minute. Cut in the first two and a half minutes is just this slow. Meditation piece is basically saying. I've got no way to go. That's okay. I'm just gonna make a drone and i don't mean that in a bad way i mean that in a very positive live just let you saw be drift along two and a half minutes before the melody actually kicks in and i respect that a hole and it works completely. It's beautifully done. And then they rip your face off with those drums going into dutch. I can so brilliant mentioned when we took a little break earlier. My buddy alan friedman great engineer local gilbert fan. And i don't remember we'd record this already. But so he pointed out that there was this record label called duke when he'd seen the logo and we were watching when in rome and he saw the duke caricature said. I saw that on the record label call. Duke is that related to this. it's the same icon. All of us were scratching our that. We hadn't heard of it and he got home and he sent me some links to so. Apparently there was duke records which was a division of atlantic that was the members of genesis producing bands and they had a few bands none of which became any kind of hits. But they did this duke records thing interesting. I'd never heard of it alone from apple records. Have right. But then i also hadn't me but then who new apple records return to a computer company and do so well and that's just save stay no had to pivot but just like you hit me to the duke. Sweet thing there the story of albert. Like i had no idea. And i've been agendas fan. How i never knew that it's beyond me. You grow up. You have a family and a kid and you stop sitting around and record player. All time i take the opposite notion. I have two kids. I drag them to the record play with me. I feel like a bad parent because while we had an echo devices all around our house in any number of stereos for my daughter play her music. I haven't broken out my turntable and crates of records. But i think we're getting there okay. With made up for her son a of songs. Think we've finished our genesis compensation at this point. We've had a lot of gracious. But that's why. I really love doing this chart because i think we're gonna be talking about one thing. We end up doing a lot of other things. So i wanna say huge. Thank you to your frank. What time is is it like half fast in the morning. Well it's two thirty. But this is my normal bedtime these days in lockdown because i've been working with actors like i said earlier in setting people up with home studios and all this and it's not uncommon for me to get the la people there three hours behind and some of them might start working with me at midnight. My time that's died down a bit but it's been you know my schedule shift. Because i'm no longer commuting. I can go to bed at three and wake up at nine. Still got six hours of sleep. And i'm ready for the day swimming. The math works out on that social does happy to do it because i was going to be up anyway. I taught a class tonight and a little late so we were to start. But you and i have been talking now. Eleven and twelve one two thirty two and a half hours of twelve one two three and a half hour because we did that an hour and a quarter before we even started recording right where all the good stuff happened and frank. Shut me these pictures of orangeburg which is going in the wrong places and coffee tables and chickens so my huge thanks to frankfurt staying up so even though i know it's part the your regular time on kovic time anyway overtime. So yes usually making the time. I've read loved this compensation and so just once again. Windy unsung will be available for people to i hope sooner than later i hope to have a season wrapped up. Ironically it was a year ago. Where i said it would be out around thanksgiving. Maybe when i was on my little farewell thing so i don't know if i really get to it. Maybe in a couple of months. I can start releasing episodes. Here's what's happened to me. this is up. you can cut this all out if you want. You ever notice gilbert show. How many times you say we don't really going to cut this out but it stays in the show. Yes but what i've learned in hosting all these webinars that have done. I become more comfortable talking to people right. I when i first started anything. People for the show was very alien to me right. That's something frank center padre. He so good at it. He's really mastered got a way of of getting through the notes and all that and i was a little unsure and don't like my own voice but now i've been hosting webinars for one hundred people at a pop two times a week. Since march for people on on a number of topics and then hosting live guests that are turning into podcast episodes. Anyway i feel like i've grown in this time. So maybe it's good that i've saved some of the guests that now i feel more comfortable with my own voice and my own style of getting down doing it though it. Maybe it's for the better than it's taken this long to get done. But i've got a few episodes in the can. I need to edit them. And tighten them up so my goal is to have ten or twelve done and start releasing them while i make the next batch. It's not going to be a new every monday. In perpetuity. I just don't have enough hours in a day but the show it's going to have an arc you'll episode one you're gonna love. I think we actually explained at the beginning of the show. What unsung is supposed to be about. So we're starting to run out very quickly. What's the premise behind. Unsung unsung unsung. That people don't know you know right. So whereas gilbert show it's celebrity driven or people at are well known writers or directors. And all that the people you can hear from a my show guys like frank simms. Who's episode one. And it's working with guys like frank years that made me want to do the show. Because you don't know that name but in america if you remember the kool-aid commercials he was the kool-aid guy for twenty years. Oh yeh that drink we have here. He's also one of the regular singers on saturday night. Live if you ever. If you know the Saturday tv funhouse like as an example of one of the shingles he does and countless other jingles. But as you here in the first episode if you listen to the song. Let's dance by david bowie. That whole acappella intro is frank simms and his his other backup singers and he not only sang on that whole album but toward with them. So if you look at the serious moonlight tour photo you see these guys in pinstripes suits and straw hats flanking bowie. That's franken his brother. Wow but he goes back as far as singing cats in the cradle that classic song. That was a big internationally or not. Absolutely carly simon. Here's another thing. Because every time i work with frank alert another thing about him and i didn't know until like twenty fifteen when he popped in for commercial session with me and we were talking and he's like oh came up that on madonna's material girl. He sang all the backups on that whole album but he is the guy going live baying and material or like. That's frank so he's locked everywhere on. Just this would be a fun podcast. Just like here's a guy you don't know but he's ever saw. The show is like that great musicians film. Directors voice actors video editors all the people that make the things you see on tv here on the radio watching the movies but you don't know their names which is verbatim from the show open so so look for that as soon as i have time to get it together because between my day job and my consulting at that my podcast took a back seat and i feel bad about it but i'll get it going again. I just have to you have to put food on the table. I guess food comes. I if i don't eat for seven months straight i might go hungry. Definitely be posting that so the listeners will find out about the show. It is available once again huge. Thanks to you before we wrap up of this let the listeners know what is going on next month or next month it'll be december twenty twenty a couple of with gotten to the end of this shit year. Hopefully things are going to turn around a little bit twenty twenty one now normally what i do in december is. I asked music journalist for the first time listens of the year so could have been released in that year that we've been recording the shy or could be something that they discovered from thirty years ago. But just something to recommend for your ear holes. Now i've decided to do it differently. This year gonna do just another regular episode of. It doesn't sound when i satellite that. But we're not going to be doing in my favorite. Maybe i'll bring it back to twenty twenty one but this year one of the wonderful things that came out and there were a handful of them was a local record label owner and huge huge music. Fan scott feeling he of the boomerang record label started up a facebook page with another couple of people to pay tribute to australian independent music of the nineties which was really really huge and had a lot of fans so he just thought this might be a nice facebook group to start off and so we might get a few hundred people and inside a month. I had like about ten thousand people joined and that wasn't just well not just. The music fans are listening but a lot of musicians were joining up as well to share their memories and paraphernalia. And i think the groups now like at fifteen thousand members or something like that so i don't know if it was scott who came up with the idea or one of the other organisms of the group about this is called sound zebra. And what they did was. I went around to any of the musicians who were in the facebook page and say look. Do you have any songs that you have in a shoebox someway something that you really like. But it could never find a place on an album that you release in the nineties and we'll put out a collection of just say who buys it will how we can put this out and not only did i do. I did it twice. There are two eighty minutes. Say days virtually all of songs from australian independent. Some who i knew and loved well and some didn't know who they were but most of these wrecks just absolutely blew me away. Wonderful thing is that scott says that he's had so many contributions that these two albums as frank senator padre. I would say the tip of the iceberg. He's gonna tape on going with these. And like i to say as as i came out and the absolutely magnificent. We're gonna be talking next month with scott failing and my very good friend. Dave blom who is a big nine hundred australian music aficionado. A music aficionado in over gods and he's hosted a couple of episodes of love of them along the way but he'll be coming back and we'll all just sort of be talking about apple spectators of australian independent music through that decade and some of the tracks in particular on those two compilations. I urge you to go search that pop boomerang is scott's label and this still tons of great albums on his own label but should find the band camp site the sound as ever compilations volume one and two and with more to combat. We'll speak more better with scott next month. So i guess i'll just leave it at that and just say please. People be nice to each other. Look after each other. Give each other a hug. If that's not going to be offensive to them will speak to you. Old picks them up and once again. Thank you very much frank over. That's very welcome cheese.

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Behind the Scenes of "The View" Halloween show

The View

28:41 min | 2 years ago

Behind the Scenes of "The View" Halloween show

"I am Brian Tetra one of the executive producers of the view, and I'm candy also an executive producer of the view will be candy. We are here today to talk about an indepth look on our Halloween show, which is in epic production every year, it was an epic production this year and so exciting. I tell you every year, you know, when we start our Halloween show. It's a big discussion about what the characters are gonna be women dive into that today. We have one of our producers here. Her name is Jamie hammer. Hello anytime on the view where you see a very large production big big surprises. When you see big sets, you see big performances nine times out of ten. It's Jamie hammer production if you see a choir. It's definitely Jamie hammer. Production, jamie. How long have you been here at the shop? I've been here for fifteen years fifteen years if only twenty five wow, do it. I have to tell you. I always tell Jamie that she is one of the most phenomenal producers that I've worked with in my career, I'm gonna cry. I do I tell you about all the time. Your big supporter, and Jane you Brian really just getting. I love working to you, Brian. All right. Well, so here's the thing. The Halloween show is something that's been a part of the view for the entire twenty two years of existence where season twenty two now candy, and I've only been here for four seasons. This is our four three season. This is our fourth Halloween. Oh, is it our forth started season nineteen this season? Twenty two it's exciting. And you know, the show is changed in the time that we've been here started for years the show had a lot more of demo segments. And a lot more cooking demos, and fashion and things like that. That's still a part of the DNA the view, and it always will be. But as the hot topics of kind of taken a center stage on the show the questions come up. Do we need to do a big Halloween show? Is it strange to suddenly do it show that doesn't have hot topics in it? And I can't the and I talk about this all the time. And we think it's important because we're not gonna forget what the view is. And at the core of it. This is a place where people come to learn things, but also have fun. Well, let me jump in here. So one of the things, and I'm sure as viewers you guys have noticed is that we have these women daytime, right? Who are going? You know, talking about politics doing the things you don't typically see daytime they're fearless. They're smart. They're funny. And so we've been pushing this kind of you strong idea that we've got these strong women in daytime Jamie jump in here because we really wanted this Halloween. Brian's been saying reflect what the show is now, and you came up with this awesome thing. What was that? The how did you come about doing this? Well, given everything that we. We talk about every day, you know, strong women fierce women the metoo movement this year. I think I wanted to do something that was centered around women who were strong that have made a difference and originally my thought was to do women that have been historical women who have made an impact and have changed. The course for women. But then we, you know, we talked a lot about it. Let's let's back up a little bit here because I would say somewhere in the middle of August. I wake up in a cold sweat hearing about Halloween. We really happen starring advance. Yeah. I always Email like here's a couple of ideas. And it's a process. It's definitely process. We kinda start nowhere. And then we work on it for a month or two. And then we realize we're still nowhere. And then about a month out things get real, so well, it's a process because you know, Brian does allow the creative with the producers, and they come up with this idea of what they wanna do. And then they go ask the hosts, I mean, the great thing about the way the view does in the same way that everyone comes from a different perspective and has a different viewpoint each host brings something different to Halloween in their costumes. The way they do things. So because these people are show was created to have people differing ideas. So then coming up with the theme that everybody agrees on isn't necessarily the easiest thing in the world. It's challenging so Jamie will go into all the host. I'll come with her usually, and we'll throw out a couple of ideas for theme this year, we started with Whoopi because that's always a good place stores. She came to us. So we were we were set. We finally said, okay. Let's do strong women because that was the theme of the whole year. And so we came up with that. And we felt really good about it all three of us. I think and then we went to the host, and we started with Whoopi and she wanted to be. So what we wanted to be very Whoopie said, that's a great idea. Whatever theme you come up with them. Sure. We'll be great. But whatever that theme is I'm gonna be vamp arena. Because her great granddaughter, Charlie. Yes. Wanted her to vamp arena for Halloween and we had done last year. We did storybook characters and the before that we did a cartoon view. So we've kind of really want to stay away from that. So we were trying to still stay with fierce women. Right. But at the. Same time anything that will be passionate about is gonna work. No, absolute and she's all in on on Halloween. She loves Halloween actually, probably more than any of those Halloween is like day. She's willing to dress up as like a blue cartoon character. We're like, okay, we'll make it work. Then we go to each of the hosts Jamie comes up with lists. We have idea meetings with the whole staff, and we come up with a starting point. And then we just work through with everybody in every host requires something different in the four years that we've been here. I know that joy, for instance, always wants a twist on an idea she doesn't want to just dress up as a character from a movie doesn't just want to dress up as a character from a book. She wants last year. We did Pinocchio with joy, right? Had a red Trump wig and a growing wouldn't knows right? Exactly. There's always gotta be ironic moment on it. And that's why this year she became she was the mid Terminator say it's like how he said it the Terminator very good good now. That was not good do that again. Asta love Easter. He actually her tantalize. Wasn't. She supposed to say Austell Avista Republicans. But last minute. Last minute back. Nearly like like five minutes before we went to. She said she's gonna say Democrats will be back. Yes. But this is the part that you guys don't see what happens. I said we're doing the rehearsal. And should we reveal how the actual motorcyle? It looks like she's riding on a motorcycle. But really it's on like a. Some type of lift and it's secured down, and and the staging guys are pushing her look like a regular motorcycle, but it was actually actually tricycle motorcycle. So this way she felt steady and had two wills in the back of one of the front. We knew she'd feel most comfortable on that as opposed to a two right when we did the rehearsal. So the idea she comes on here and she's and hairs, Dan, and she's democrat and she comes out, and she's all, and I was like, I'm could you little more fierce in that one. And they were like candy. It was take one as with the sunglasses on. She was. She needed to have at the characters. They all do was the first time also joy feels best when she's not dressed too. Crazy. You can identify herself. Exactly. So I think this was actually her favorite. I think it was definitely the best. It was with joy fifteen years. I've never seen her as comfortable. She wasn't his Halloween. She's not a big fan of Halloween in general. The same it. Terminator the midterms are coming up we've been promoting the heck out of them. She's passionate about people getting out and voting. So that really worked for her which by the way, kudos to Brian. And the writers who came up with that was so good kudos, Christian McKiernan and. And. Was that was a good one? That was amazing kudos to sunny hostile picked her own cost mmediately. She knew. She wanted to be and I can't you're the one who suggested having the guards come out with. Yes. We found these beautiful three black women who she was. So she was the Black Panther general general play. Panther. And so it was funny because I saw the women upstairs, and they are be like, oh my God. You guys are gorgeous. And they were so excited, and I took a picture and text at the sunny, and I'm like your fierce women are upstairs looking so good. And she was like, oh my God. I want to come down, and I want to rehearse and so she like she was like, we're gonna go Kanda forever. But I wanna say what was so interesting. What people don't know about sunny. What's behind the scenes is I was extremely concerned about her being bald. Because if you've seen sunny has a lot of hair. So I was concerned to be able to get that underneath the cap. So you know, we had to bring someone in two weeks earlier, we had a test slick down, and for hair was kept it a point. But we stuck it in her and hostile that was brilliant because it never would have otherwise she would like a cone head if you wrapped it up and put it up top when I went into the makeup room. I go I saw the Pinetown town. I was like what are you going to do like roll it up in a bun? It's gonna be sticking out in the back. They go. No. We literally built it into the car. That was really fabulous. Good job here makeup. They did everything and they do every year. It's unbelievable. They're incredible. They can take any idea. That's at our heads and make it an actually, and it's really we can't say enough amazing things about the work that they do. But here's the funny sunny story, which you'll probably kill us for telling. Can we tell us funny story? Well, we'll probably edited out not. But go ahead. So we're in the it was like the day of the show. Right. It was at the day of the show the day after day of the show and sunny looks at Brian and goes, Brian this was yeah. This so okay, you tell it in hair and makeup and hair and makeup for the host for Halloween is a real process. I mean, they can be in there for hours getting painted blue. I mean, it's it's you know, it takes live show. I it's the only show we tape because it has to be tapers. We start we start with them like twelve fifteen and we don't suppose start to fifteen. We always start at like three rock. Yeah. So they're in Herrin makeup, and our hosts know what they're in for. And they're great about it in general, but occasionally someone will say, well, why is this taking so long? This is going to this is more than signed up, forty laughing. You haven't even so I'm sitting there with and not in someone turned to me and with sunny, and she said, Brian I just wanna point out that I've been here for three and a half hours. I haven't said a word I haven't complained once three and a half. Our sitting in hair makeup, and I turned to her. And I said, this was your idea are you? You're congratulating yourself for not complaining about the hair and makeup for your idea. I could not stop laughing. Then it occurred to sunny like, oh, right. I wanted to, but it was a great idea, and it was really killed at people owned it. Oh, she walked out. She owned it. We were in the control room and the control in like just started cheering. It was hilarious because they came out so fierce. Okay. Speaking of owning things, let's this brings us to Meghan McCain. So Megan everyone watches, the show knows is as fierce and fearless. As they come. And we were going back and forth. She'd been away after dad passed, and we weren't involved with talking to her about our column custom was going to be because we didn't want to call it. She was dealing with important things and she didn't need to be talking about Halloween with. So we had to sit around and figure this out far selves. And when she first started like all the host people write articles about them in gossip things, and there was a. A gossip story that ran it was completely untrue. That people were calling her Elsa behind their back. But she decided to own it. She made Elsa her Twitter. Avatar? She kept writing things like the cold doesn't bother me. Anyway, let it go. Really funny stuff. So it occurred to us that this is the perfect Colleen costume for her. And she to her credit as soon as she heard it. She loved the idea. She was the only one well her be the only ones that suze heard their idea and had their idea in their head. They never switched because times a lot of them hosts have switched sometimes nasal for midway through. But you know, that happens the show, but Megan she owned that one said that's perfect from it. She got it right away. And it was so cool, and she really owned it. She had a costume change as she walked out that we through the magic of television. But let's talk about that for a minute. Because what happened was I Jamie, you can way in like initially in frozen. We wanted the we were going to do an allusion on the television that she would come out and stand there, and then the screen would like freeze like scrolling freeze. And then it was to crackle off, and she would be in a new outfit. But we were not able to pull that off. We ended up doing. Close to that. Just because the way it ended up in post it just didn't work, but we ended up just doing like a really cool like transitions it was it was a free transition. But it was quick wasn't didn't take right, right. And it worked it worked. But it just goes to show you like, you have all these ideas. And sometimes you just can't execute them. Exactly as you'd lie. Okay. So now, we talked about my favorite because my friends were involved. So Abby what's going to be lady Gaga? And you guys had the brilliant idea to have come out in the now before you get that, let's talk how Ridgely she was going to be share share. Yes. Oh, that's right. And I felt that it was that for her to a lot of people just share. So I suggested that she changes different outfits through different decades of share. Right. And we all go with that. But it was like share though, it was still it was still bothersome that so many people just share for Halloween wasn't the most original concept. I mean share is kind of having another moment right now. But but Gaga was the so relevant a great moment right now. So we let's do the same thing with and sheep that was it. Sushi heard that she just needed. She's like that's why I want to be right. And so we decided to still keep the concept that we had share of three different costumes, and obviously Gago has lots of different looks. So we wanted to start with the most iconic Gaga entrance. You could do which is the egg. So can't take it from there. Right. So you're doing the eggs. And so we go onto the rehearsal and Jamie's down there and looking at it all and they have it on this leg Wally. It's on Dali wrapped in for. It was like crazy low terrible crazy looking and they were going to like push her out. And I was like well originally I wanted models to walk out the same way that Gaga was on the red carpet much just models. Well, I wanted hunky models just to walk out. But what happened was our? You know, our I see said, no, no, no, our production manager said no, no, no. Let's let's be safer. Let's do it on Dali. And then so then when we did it we start it was like, oh, this is terrible. And I was like, you know, candy, only you can go and have them change their minds in the models and KENNY'S like, not only can I? But I know the perfect Eva what she had her own people coming in. There was no it was done the hot guys who ended up bringing Abby out shirtless. Gorgeous ads of steel one of those guys is my trainer. So once it was like, we knew we could get the guys I said, I've got your guys and this is like the day before this is was the day before. And we still hadn't had models for the next eight till like nine o'clock at night and one of the producers on the phone with him until eleven o'clock at night, but he's part of city, Jim boys, and he trains, but they also do all of these events. And so they came and Omagh goodness people were like who are they in their walking around the studio with their shirts off, and I'm in the control room. I hear somebody go. They're doing pushups backstage. They were she's not getting it was insane. And they were you know, had to take a picture and it works. Great. It did it was beautiful so much better. But to me that just took a side from all the fun backstage that. Took that that walk on from like want to like, holy cow, really popped. And when you showed the video head of time of of the of the F at the MTV awards it really felt like okay now, we're in business. You know? So that was very cool. It was almost Brian Tetra. Yeah. It's going to be walking out when you want hunky you come. But. Yeah, it's it's a horrible work hunky. It is a horrible word honky don't mind, I suppose, not and let's give shadow also to our announcer Virginia who did Virginia everybody except the midterm nature. I think she did the yes, she she was amazing. She always says before we record these intros. She's like do you want them as the character? Do you want them to be my regular voice that I do every day? And depending on what we're doing most of the time. I want her to be the character of what the person is coming out. So I want her to do the Black Panther accent? Basically what they're talking about is before each person came out in case you missed or forgot we do a little setup video kind of explaining like what kinda what it was or Black Panther. What? Ever. And then the person comes out. And so our voice over person changes, her voice to match, whoever whatever it is, whether it's a cartoon character or release strong voice or whatever. She's unbelievable incredible. She really is. She's great when we did the cartoons last year. I remember that was two years ago. She did every cartoon characters voice from scratch Simpson birth nerves. She was really amazing. Really great. Okay. So I wanna talk about the kids costumes because they were hysterical. So with the kids costumes, we try to do hop IX. Because at least we want to be a little relevant. We wanna feel like the view, and we wanna do things that maybe have a little bit more edge than something you'd see on another Halloween show because then they're funny. Right. I mean, they're always a struggle because you have these little mini people, and these kind of grownup costumes, so let's talk about the ones that we had so list the ones that we did. So how he come up with outlets, usually I I work with Ashley for Kaufman. Who is our wardrobe supervisor shows dresses up to she does. And she's always expert. So I use. Come up with a list, and we take input from Brian and candy and from the whole staff, everyone chimes in we come with the less, and then Ashley, and I sit to sit down, and we now are that lets down to like ten and what ideas are, and then we bring it to Brian and candy who then say, okay? Like, this this this, and you can't do that. And you can't do that. It's always a fine line of Brian. I always teeter on because I always want to push a little bit. And he's always like, no, you can't have. But I do like pushing the envelope a little bit. And sometimes I wanna push it too far in the other direction. It is tricky when we do political stuff with Shelby, right? You don't wanna make it a point of view necessarily? So something like this year. We did I'm Orosa Donald Trump, and that work was okay? So my gosh that little kid. So the kid who did Donald Trump had his lip poked out the entire not break character for a minute. You did not break cared. A could not stop laughing. It was hysterical. That was great. The my one of my tooth valley. I loved. Guy roux. Little she was four. So her coming out, and you know, Ruth is what eighty seven she had the rose. The contracting wait with her hand. She and that little girl was so nervous backstage because she felt like everybody else had this really big beautiful, most applause, and she like owned it. Finally, she walked out there. And she was amazed with the anonymous New York Times that I it was funny joy wanted to be at one point. Which was a funny. I don't know how she would've sat down. But. Yeah. She would've taken it off and been happy. Okay. Mickey manashian Cardi B R ender. And that was fantast the the shoe on the head was everything. So basically everybody knows that there was a fight between Cardi B, Nikki Manashe and Cardi B through her shoe Nicki Menaj, so we took them both in cases, and we put a shoot on top of Nicki Menaj, his head and girls have the little wigs with the cute hair. And they asked oppose at the end it was and then the one win out Serena Williams, and the the line chaired judge, and the funny thing with that was we spent we had a panic attack because we could not figure out how to get that kid onset because he was a rolling chair. So they tricked out a chair to look like a line judges chair, and so it had like a top but couldn't get over the lip in the door. So when they come through the door entrance of a house, they couldn't get over the lip. So we try to like fifteen million time. We're about an hour away from taping. The little Serena actually had to push him over the lip with chair to get out there. But it worked out perfect. And even when we did it. There was something that was missing. And I couldn't. Figure out what it was like they were so happy when they walked out that it didn't work so backstage, literally like a half an hour before I said, you know, what you two need to turn to each other and act like Cering the lines like you're disagreeing with each other. So when they were arguing with each other like pointing fingers, you knew exactly who they were put into context, and it was so it was funny. I just want to mention one quick thing. So at the top of the show, you had this really cool setup, which I wasn't sure if it was you didn't you weren't. Sure. It wasn't on the whole show came together. I thought it worked. But there was like a cartoon introduction. Tell people about that. Because it was a very interesting thing. So I always liked to put something in the it's called a cold cold open. It's what goes before the open. So like in the years past we've done a trailer. We've done a storybook when they were storybook characters. So I really I was so attached this strong fierce women. So I said, okay, let's do a comic book of fierce women like almost like superheroes. And we can talk about different things are happening that we talk about every day and put into that context. And then. Our script writers Christian and Frank came up with a great script. And it went through a million revisions, and I'll let Brian go from here because he saw a lot of the revisions. And well, you know, once once you pitch comic book to me pretty much. No you have. We just kept changing the tone of it because it was a little harsh off the top. Well, the whole here's the thing. So we did fierce women, but joys the Terminator and Whoopi vamp arena. You know, the the entire premise of the theme was a little bit all over the place. So we thought Jamie thought one of the best ideas was to make our cold open. Something tied it all together. So the premise news events. Yeah. The premise of it was that the world is kind of in trouble everything going on. We referenced a lot of hot topics that we do on the show with hearing cavenaugh hearings in metoo in Serena and her controversy and permit, Patty and. So basically, the idea was when the world's in trouble. We need strong women that are going to lead us. Women who are those women? So they wrote it up, and they drew a version of it. And the original feeling was to be accomplished nerd for a second was kind of like, you know, the dark. Knight returns, it was very dark and grim. And we looked at it. And it didn't feel right. It felt like this is our fun Halloween show. And even though this is a comic book, it feels depressing. So instead, we went sixties Batman, basically. I mean, we went through three or four versions of this comic book. I mean, we kept just wasn't right. And I was like we are doing this. I am I didn't want to let go and Brian act. You supported it. You didn't want it to go either. But even when I saw that I wasn't sure. Nope. That day. You weren't sure. That at the rehearsal. I was kinda like even the day of you like, I'm not so sure I wasn't sure you're right. That morning control doesn't work. We're going to edit it out. And I was like, no. I mean, we had higher illustrator and we went through so many versions of it. I really I believed in it, and Brian you believed in it candy wasn't so sure. But once the show came together, it was great, and it really did like work with the team and it worked with the same. And again, it was fun. And smart, and it's just not something you're going to see on another daytime talk show and the shows that we do feel special because they feel like our show. And I think they keep the brand very much in front and center of these strong opinionated women, and that's what worked for us. I think what people need to see also like are set is unlike any other set, which we gonna show weeks are graphics. We do animations in and out. And we know other shows do what we did. Fierce fierce women babies that were just up its fierce fierce feels were. So. Do you remember some of them? Yeah. There was Mother Teresa cute. There was whippy. Of course. There was what? Serena williams. There was wasn't one. This the Frieda. There was. Were funny. They were great. It was really fun. They were great. I just wanted to talk a little bit about because again, candy, and I have been here for four years and the times we've been here. I've had so much fun. I'm so proud of the Halloween shows. We did that trailer. We did before the Disney villains. One was one of my favorite one of my favorite of trailer. That if you haven't seen looking Nuccio. Nuccio was really really great. But this has been going on for twenty two seasons here on the show. So and since you've been here for a lot of that tell us what are the ones that stand out to you? What are the most? I want to say I think there's like four or five years that we didn't do Halloween shows. Really? There were certain reasons why there was something going on at the time. It just didn't feel right. But some of the first one we ever did was Broadway. And so we did different characters VR was dresses cats. It was mazing enjoy his phantom of the opera, which was great. I loved when they did the president's. And Elizabeth was the ABRAHAM LINCOLN on the penny and Barbara George Washington and she like wouldn't like over the face of George Washington. I don't know how she knew that he made that face. But she kept at the whole time and joy was teddy Roosevelt and she came out with a horse. We'll be was DR that was that was a great one. I loved we did movies and joy was tippy Hedren and joys also been Anne, you know, she likes to do those kind of characters Barbara was Marilyn Monroe, which I think was the most iconic because she. She would not let she thought. She was Marilyn Monroe after about an hour and a half not break character for a second. Again, you can use that one because it's been everywhere. And that's a curbing theme. We have they refuse to break character for a while. I think we had vamp arena for the entire show much. Yeah. I it's they enjoy it a little she annotate it out when she was eating a candy. That's the only took her fangs out. Okay. But I mean, I think when once Brian candy came on board. We really changed Halloween. We became bigger than it ever. Was. It was more. There was it was bigger themes. There was more graphics. We did these cold opens that had not been done before the sets are just just everything is bigger and the one that inspired me that I love that. We did before they came was we did this Cotton Club. Will we made the entire? Cotton club. And I knew that that's how we should do Halloween every year because it was something so different we Chan so so when when you guys came on it really did change like it upped the game a little bit more. And we just had a change it. We couldn't be like every other show. Yeah. And I really love about it is how each custom reflects the host in a in a particular way. And it doesn't matter whether it's the current cast or people like, you know, raven and Candice and things like that. I mean, it didn't come out of the out of the ceiling twenty Rams Tinkerbell. Right. Oh, yeah. Let's talk about that talk about that. Because prime we'll says it like probably every six weeks. Well, no, I I was right. And it was what did I want though this happening right now? Right. Yeah. I know what it was. I wanted to do another trailer. I want to do like a Disney trail, and Brian was like the cost of the Disney trailer was the same cost of having Candace Cameron beret fly from the grid the top the seal. That's right. That was expensive. I forgot about that. It was awesome. Tinker bell you needed a fly bringing the flood the guys who fly what are those famous fly guys? All right, bringing people to bring these specialists, and I really wanted the trailer and Brian really wanted the flying in. So of course, he's the P. So I was like okay you win. And then like, you did you see it. Did you see how did you see it? Do you see everybody showing that say, clipped everywhere? It was fantastic. And my favorite part was that we didn't tell Candice until thirty seconds beforehand that you had to stay in the lighting grid for weights way. She had always wanted to be Tinkerbell. So it was like a dream come true for. So she was like, okay. Then I hope you guys are getting a sense of the competitive nature behind the competition. I have nothing, but respect for the amount of great work that Jamie. Told you so just now so we usually what happens is that we go back and forth. 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280. Treat Williams

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

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280. Treat Williams

"Minute pod is dedicated to all things fraud. Each week I sit down with some of my favorite comedians talk the hottest hoodwinked greatest Chris and Dube's double crosses comedians like Nicole. What's up y'all I'm lacey mostly and I love fraud hoodwink hoaxes swindles and double crosses which is why I want to tell you about my new show scam guided Bob Cooper Mulholland folds Hollywood ending one hundred and twenty seven hours and a movie we and I never wanted to talk to you again go to cameo dot com slash Gilbert Godfrey I know a lot of guests this week is one of the most respected and prolific stage in screen actors of his generation. You've seen him in reg- amazing colossal podcast with my co-host Frank Santo Padre and our engineer Frankford Orosa are on me people this is Phil Rosenthal in Amman Gobert coverage amazing colossal podcast aren't you listening attention and memorable films spoofing you already like the rich nine thousand nine hundred forty one I love to talk about on this podcast Sidney Lumet Brinson this city four decades ago he's he's ability shows like blue blood Chicago fire brothers and sisters white-collar heartland Your new hi this is Gilbert Godfrey Niches Gilbert God view would like to add slides Gilbert Godfrey Cameo Dot gob for a personalized video breeding uh this is Gilbert Godfrey then if you WANNA personal lives video from me a personal life shout out please read the last silent film wings and who would just anything like hire peoper day happy anniversary grand jar I hate you the SL Chesapeake shores and Everwood but it's his work on the big screen nights fraud in the most acclaim and in Japan a time in America Phantom smooth dog Dave heap the devil zone deep pricing the pursuit of d did your day smile. You're on candid camera Larry to never let in class yeah found dead in his told you I was sick I want my gravestone said forgets we've talked about many times we hear very talented heard hat ooh with shit loan to your sister's yes the because you're okay here's here's the Trivia who was on candid camera in the bookshop telling the endings of all the books to Woody Allen God darn it you yes yes yes menu would later workers this search this trap fish will work as your obituary hard all rejoice I'm falling asleep gets a job in a different part I'm boring myself enough to wage a junior to play J. 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He was on the air like a month ago I two jobs I actually was a boy yacht haven and one day I carried the spaghetti already premade with Frank Sinatra and and his it's very black and white it's Serpico so good the cops are bad and in Prince of the city it's more gray areas That when Bobby has this you know argument and he says these guys can't pay their dentist bills they can't carpet the upstairs arrest and then it's right in the opening scene the cash the suitcase full of cash up we don't see the guys take it but it's pretty the inner and grew I was born in Stanford Yeah there were three theaters there's the Stanford theatre the Avon the other one I'll think of it there were three apparent that they're gonNa take it and then you know it was written so beautifully by J personnel and and in some ways who are are more trustworthy than the guys who are doing the good work and became very close with Bob Lucy who who was the guy doughnut it starts with a Free Cup of coffee and then you get into mark narcotics and then it starts with starting to take a couple of bucks here and there are stealing money off the guys I think that was the the the the most important point of the film is that this young man cut kind of eased into it you know it starts with a d homes in Long Island and these guys that are getting off or going back to South America and living in gigantic houses and at some point you say to yourself we've had brick dreyfuss and I were having dinner on film that fell apart we re Youngstown Ohio we were talking about the movie and what happens is you use you have referenced you watched it and I think I think what Sydney and I what Sydney explained to me was that once you turn you can't turn back and so he knew acting and understood it and then he became a director instead of directing myriads of television live television plays and area like you're going okay that cop should doing bad things but they're they're not bad guys and you Sidney Lumet Prince of this we did all episode about I'm I'm grateful because it's funny like Sidney Lumet also did I will not read on my partners but he lost control of it and then things started to go bad and guys started killing themselves and it became that's when it became an American and tragedy I think but it also was you know indicative of how cyclical corruption is in in police departments it's happened again we'll go through more and more we remained friends for life and I think the thing was important as it bob never thought he he his his tragic flaw was that he thought he can ah you're right it was a very difficult tough and it shows set the cops even though the breaking the law among themselves they have like a loyalty control he was always so good at manipulating people he thought he could control his environment and then he got involved with people who were much smarter than him and he hadn't been in two ways I'll talk about Sydney but also the fact that Sydney came up through well he was a very well known actor Brent he took over for Marlon Brando in a play with Palmer he was given his break by Henry Fonda in twelve angry men that was his first feature and he was often running after the film but that I I'm I I'm sorry for an about and it's been with me recently in movies and and and everything I do is the Sydney and take this money from him it's never going to go back they're gonNA they're just GonNa get away with it I'm GonNa keep it and you you you do kind of understand it but it's not right you know so it's a very very aura he he he was with other cops people in his you know sort of world and he was the most the best at being manipulative and sort of Control Ernie was called the flag and and and he was a very good actor he actually started a couple of movies his father is one of the great yiddish actors Baru Climate Rehearsal take of that scene in Sydney would go that's a print and that was him saying that's where I want you to be stay with you for life so thing I've ever heard from a celebrity couple of times on this show we do it thing but Sydney believed that you rehearsed a movie like a play so we went downtown on second avenue everybody knew their lines we were for three to four weeks so who decided within parenthesis city yeah you know it's kind of an American tragedy I mean very much way just rolling is environment and then these guys came in told them things we're going to be a certain way and he thought he could control them and found out that no he said okay I'm not going to be you'll go into comedy now and you'll say what kind of comedy is what's the energy is it is it is it broad comedy is it subtle you don't know because you haven't seen the other eh the end of the rehearsal period we did run throughs of the movie and everybody watched everybody else doing their scenes vic- so we all knew what we were in sure no it's cyclical and government to as you will know tablet before it's happened since happening made this movie yeah yeah it has to be cleaned up and then everything's okay for a while and then actors work but in back in the day even hair also which we'll talk about you rehearsed and you in the director Chester work with everybody and this thing said he did that I loved was you'd you'd get up to speed and he direct you indirect you and you get up to certain kind of emotional place that was the right place and you'd finish that I was more let me just go do it let me try it and if you like it you know then then that's what we'll do he'd seen you in Greece he seen you announce H. He'd seen me in hair like us from fuck him back give a down what everybody thinks of him I didn't care whether the characters likable or not like a bowler I just wanted to embody what Bob now we're Baru Gla met shows up in the point broker didn't know that yeah yeah were you a fan of his films he did and and the character what he went through there are some direct is known for doing like like about one hundred takes like in three weeks or whenever we do it out of context that's where the scene needs to be and I want you coming in I want your motor running because I've got everything that whole thing about Sydney doing what all of a ball of fire in an interview that I read Oh he was extraordinary yeah he was really extraordinary I mean he was he was gone I think Kubrick yes is one of those I could spend the day on like a five minute scene and Oh and you know it's interesting to compare lotion city like English was the kind of director he he didn't do lots of takes but because we were young and starting out Miller she would wait you out Zahn again but but I thought Sydney did a great job in telling that story about how did you get the let me talk to you about this is something they wanted another actor who is a movie star and they made Sydney go out and meet with them and that didn't go well and came back and said you still my guy that's nice so at the beginning is the kind of thing that a great directors looking for where it's completely free sponge relaxed we were thinking about we were going to say that should be in a movie we just patting I see he would wait for three or four five or ten takes until you start stopped acting and started to play I heard about that with what we did tonight you know he did do it again and actors go over I mean it was talking to Mike Housman who produced films and Mike would say the actress who come over to me and say why is he why is he asking that that project started with the Palma before it made its way around it wasn't aware I heard about yeah I wasn't aware of that knocked around a little bit it was a difficult film right but I I was a kid where Penny loafers and shirts with initials on them me to do it again what am I doing wrong and Mike would civil go ask me Loesch but Milosz was a European school where he didn't like acting and he wanted you to stop the directors that are purposely rehearse something to death just so the actor won't act anymore he'll be too tired tact take one take us everybody was good to go right if the sound was good the actors are up to speed and lighting good camera got the scene why do too in hair I think he saw a degree okay fearlessness okay okay one of the things you used to say was treating I I'm go out about treaties he doesn't really he was he he would listen forever if you needed to Lindsey needed to talk to him a lot I didn't talk much grounded Lindsey Krause played you talk it out they could have been you know working down in the garment district every year they did a movie and sometimes failed sometimes it succeeded but that's what suicide to friends committing suicide I had not responsible for bringing down an entire industry of all the cops I mean the whole he brought down I'm serious I I think I'm glad you know that's comedy yeah its purest form and you treat people trying to be funny and during the one liners when you think of his body of work I mean we talked about it yeah even before the devil knows you're dead the last film we made what are you still on his game I mean that's a terrific movie and that he thought that he was in control of something that he lost control of and brought this thing down I mean I don't know how people say in the movie it gets very simple it's very small and it's the most concise sort of honest unpretentious book about filmmaking I've read it's a it's a hard film chest he was it was just I I went to places that in my life I had not been I say I had not been responsible for a friend committing as a film actor I film acting but it was just so he was it was so raw and so emotionally self you know one of the most interesting experiences and I realized how bad this was for Bob all his life was only behar a French journalist was gonna take me four I mean you're you're gone before meeting him 'cause you're a movie buff we all wanted to be Al and Bob and I tried to hide the fact that I'd go into prep school you know we all wanted to be Italian you to turn them out I make a movie I'll make movies and when Sydney wasn't making moving things got slow he wrote the best books about film makes it's this mm-hmm Yeah Sicu especially investigating unit and the sense of guilt and realization at night so this cop and me and I can't remember a producer of somebody and Bob was there Bob Lucy The star of the you know who is about and what is he in his eighties at that point that amazing Qian woody had a lot in common because I work with Woody Allen and I think that Sydney would he would like that was their job around we're GONNA take him around New York late at night so they brought in a police officer see a current police officer to make sure that we were okay 'cause we're going to drive around Manhattan aced anytime he didn't and no and no and he was always he you know he was kind of neurotic about being on time so that was that was the wonderful thing about him was that it's the you know you watch the ad for a Sitcom and you go oh yeah there's the punchline Oh yeah that's all you got you know you kinda go I can't take this a few washing I mean watching the scene where you're you know you're slapping seat he should be me watching the film as a tough time I crawl under my seat I talked beverly about that she said because you were learning to act oh buyer Paula Tompkins lauren lap is Jamie lavdas am honey checkout scam gotta subscribe now on Stitcher Apple podcasts all wherever you scam you're listening uh-huh and we're all introduced and they this is Bob this treat this is joe whatever and the COP looks at me and says so what do you think about at this fucking rat I mean how can you play fucking rat how do you do that I said I wanNA jazz kimmy sit right next year well that was a very would be that same guy that I would come in and just be one of the actors by the way there was about over eighty years of time spent in jail amongst that cast I can imagine out into the jungle we put our lives at stake every single day and if we find money we're gonNA take that money because these guys are bad guys and we figure out that the guy was weaker than you were sureau I mean if I were to process it I would say well they weren't Jerry Auerbach's character were they they weren't less wolf very you know sort of was the hero of the piece by saying this is what I do this is what I did and I'm not ashamed of it I'm going to kill myself you know even when they're finding out that that characters arete this still remaining loyal to him well I think it's unless Wolf said fuck you so I did some shit all through out on your pointy little head out the window I don't care this is what we did and we did it and I'm proud of it put our lives on the line for it and nobody's nobody's taking care of us so I'm going to take the guy's money and that's when I fall apart in that one yeah and that's what they know that guy and the audience cheered he loved him yeah interest their own it cities words so so I think it was ever able to explain it how did he process it especially the suicides and and and well I think at some point your brain you had wonderful wonderful carmine tolkien and all those character actors no I was it was an honor to be to be in that cast and I read something meal said about I'm very tough Guy Bobby Alto is in that cast from Alto and Mantilla us we love New York City movies we just love and that's what one of the reasons we love Lameta I was just like one of the actors there was no Hollywood there was no movie star Jack just wanted to come in and do good work and I hope because I was younger than most of them that I emotional they've got me because I'm guilty I want I want to to to sort of regain my young Catholics Cathal show in the movie like insane did you and I say I did some things that's the most extraordinary line to me when Bob says my character Danny Cello says I did some things you know and they're actually show compassion for him at that point because I don't think they still think that they're going to be brought down to that point good cast we love to look at Old New York you know in Serpico and chase yeah oh in French connection to run away is to balance Ben and and or bags asteroid the carmine Caridi who just lost carmine Caridi die just a couple of months ago yeah directors with the studio system that they said they would these kind of directors that if you said we're directing a western served the master which is which is not like the Capri touch where you know you're getting selected sturgis or afford John sturges murder on the Orient Express yeah I mean and the verdicts I mean he just such a master of the different forms yeah I mean the Great Directors Direction I'll I'll take this desk out of the window we put our lives in danger there is a wonderful speech that I had where I say you guys don't understand what we do we go people crying were actually crying worse now I'm GonNa make I'm GonNa make him do something for you since you're such a movie buff game a little bit of your Peter Laurie impression you make me understood this week turning around which is a great book that scene in Casablanca where they're singing the French allegiance they're all staring at me and it's the beginning of the confession to them that he had talked but he said you know the whole point is I didn't I didn't I didn't WanNa bring you guys down run away from the guys watching me on an eight Adnia just around parks just around the corner from here Sydney the cameras on a building and there was no permit serie stuff going on AH trying to drown out the Nazis wonderful they said like the war was still going on at that time and they said there are people at the and I love the ones where you don't see their imprint on the film yeah it's not you know at at William Wyler is my favorite sort of interesting director of that is it difficult seeing the same Reich confessed to them as a really tough scene where I say that I I'd so great line I say I did they go bobby you're all good you didn't you didn't do anything value bullet was no one do we add searching easy time giving you plundering shack head stories about critise yeah although the story was you know he said Bogert just look over there Niger head why just do it Sturgis in the Eagle has landed I loved him there's a different style capper had a style but I love I I adore Frank Capra film always talked about the older they direct if it's a love story slow Michael critise yeah like Casablanca Mildred Pierce just just turn them out yeah yeah the other man except more so then that line Sydney greenstreet has where he goes in favor line in the movie is Mr Rick What is the Captain Mike what kind of a man is he he's you know it's a great print it was lovely But I went there as a kid was where I was born where my dentist was I had two jobs you want to read Bogdanovich book who the devil made it you enjoy that I get your copy it's a good finish Milosvic book which I adored read because of why there's no such thing as a William Wyler film right this films were all completed the film of Corey and the period and the style is completely different in each film he congressman and I went down to the Avon about two years ago and we we did a presentation and is a lovely Guy Adam who who runs the I said it's still there you've got to help me you got my neck out for no go they're doing a great job it's an art house now it's gorgeous in fact they've made to theaters the the balcony as one theater and the houses another so we went back and did that and that I'm sure they're gonNA come after me now he could turn around and make something like the hill or Arabia and they had a thing that I'd never seen I said what's that French word on attract what is that and they played yeah ooh life of seeing movies in theaters with an audience gone yeah just about in La they do a pretty good job. I mean they've hung on the the Jack Nicholson on on on when they were when they were doing the film that I did with him Cousteau and he said that Jack and yet the epsteins who wrote that script we're tired of hearing about it toward the end of their lives somebody Oh mask I heard a story that somebody actually put the script out as a modern day film and AH leaving cash but I know would take a miracle and I'm afraid that the Germans have outlawed miracles great stuff but I saw all the big the big movies there was a big movie house so I saw Lawrence of Arabia I saw sound of music in fact uh-huh I was always the shoemaker had no shoes we finally put a big screen in our house in Vermont but there's something about being in a darkened place yes strangers all come together in the end of a movie or money back and I turned it was to go get more candy and Lawrence went well and this is where I started I did my first musical I did I did the west side story at the local high school that was the first time I was ever in musical on stage edged to all the studio Oh God so going to the movies as a kid at the Avon and other theaters I mentioned the 'cause I think it's still around right in your pizza that you put in the microwave as opposed to sitting theater darkened and really becoming immersed in this event of Vermont I mean and then he said would you like to come back and do so I got everybody together got John Savage Donnie Dak- Zara Z. Right we all came and They did a beautiful something that the we don't yet know about it sort of a kind of like rap when it started it's an extraordinary art form where they take a microphone and Ariss he was nervous to see the film and so he he made a film he followed them and and and did a film about these guys going to Europe and and performing and competing and aw there are just black just as you came in you got to know that wonderful wonderful theme it's a it's a way of life seeing movies that way in the to experience this extraordinary thing called film yeah and I don't know how we love what we're doing right now as a way of keeping it going it is exquisite it's my job to get my son to want to continue this process of saying yes it's wonderful to have screening room in your home I have a beautiful screening room my home fine almost religious experience you know Interestingly George C. Scott used to say theater was church this is our church yeah I think movie theaters are in Canadians all these kids competing competing with the amount of love for one of those talent and work and one would win the other would hug them and I saw these Russian guys that were extraordinary just they were bonding away that I thought why can't the people running the country a S- a form of church where people come together and experience something as a group and it's it's very different when you're talking to your family in a room and you're going to get your trees learned from these kids so isn't just about beat boxing it's really about our younger generations wanting to be close in wanting to share you know to find a way that we can create something that people do want to go to I don't know if it was well run or not I I I certainly didn't support it in a way that I should have but I'm not there half we were a turn to Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast a year I'm doing other things you sons making movies now my son just made an extraordinary film I'd like to talk about it because he's I think he's going to be a very very good filmmaker it's when he's nodding for them to sing the French anthem hit Burger had no idea just ruined okay do it was like one of the great moments in the film bogus it it's that kind of they make these extraordinary sounds with their they they're beyond what I that's impressive and what was I thought it was going are any he lived with the world champion beat boxers in Brooklyn Okay Gill Williams isn't that Gill Yeah for two years and you know we're all I'd be like oh I'm going to watch like two hours of the guys making you know Ch- and what it turned out to be was Russians and Koreans and Americans and Frenchman Chat Chinese theater there's the the Cinerama Dome there's The you know Tarantino vulnerable people who really liked this and I think to be honest with you it's our job Mister Godfrey don't let the bone ray-ban Fumio he needs this product this is blue chew him crying says here in New York is that what your son's attracted to documentaries as a writer director painter singer he's he's already surpassed me I'll nice now he's extra so it's GonNa be a great film and it already is and people are responding to it so good we'll beat box are they doing in terms of preserving well closed art house on town just because here's how we'll do everything I can to a common love of something what's the name of the picture beat Bobby Haas beat box hawks houses they guys all together and it will be great and we're working one of the best sound sound house snow in-person doctor's visit no waiting in the pharmacy and most importantly no more awkwardness and they're made right here in the USA and they stay prepared ship direct right at your they use guys and I'm talking to ray bone as well as sound of music when you know I'd never seen film that had intermission Oh in the sound of music I turn to my friend I said what the fuck is reasoning Gilbert and frank's amazing colossal obsessions every Thursday only it has by proxy sure well known their chewable they worked twice as fast as a pill so you can be ready whenever opportunity arises or never just pay five dollars shipping that's blue beat L. 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I don't mean you're on stage before with your material out there can help perscribed online shipped straight to your door in a discrete packets thing didn't you when you're in Beverley road were a hair celebration oh just two weeks ago yeah yeah so that's nice to see the produce starting to film called Yeah I feel bad for people who I know personally but it's the fast and easy way to enhance it it is eh fidget Blue Dot Com and get your first shift and three when you use the Promo Code Gilbert Wow Michael Cain got his first nomination after like twenty years he wants to everybody looked at it he said aw hey listen vincent price's one of our favorite actors number one son Gavin Pricey Darren mcgavin key me and now we were a turn to the show okay now one film and I have to bring up Oh God here com you're not going to I've done a lot of Shit and you got a wild applause I can't wait to say that tell us your worst pictures those kind of theaters being something we talk about on the show a lot and then it's like how the whole Janina I know the meaning of the word nigger deer a low point yes I do okay then then we could move on thing but not to bore them you know like like a cult classic that I think is a kind of film that you really WanNa be in if you're going to be in a bad movies like mommy pictures have become like what what's the word they use the whole dead heat has a cult following yeah turned into an in the following week it was just him alone in the studio with a black curtain dresses apologize and a half hour apologizing again what can I get one line from his front the the substitute has come a lot of people like that heat it's online you view the research what Brando said was you owe them nothing closeted I loved hair there's some that I have a kind of a not great but I loved the Ritz because they got the character that I loved dearest where all the gay guys in New York are watching it and talking back to the street and it's the funniest experience one of the best experiences in film theatre I ever had was watching gift for which I was nominated for an emmy yes I got a bunch of stuff that the only movie are Streetcar Good Movie But it's fun it's fun axes in the head and dying is always the phantom fun now that's interesting there is a another podcast mommy dear girl opening another film like it makes it fun you know I've done over one hundred films I think we could we did we had our winkler here you know when you go to the toilet it's morning is weird because some of my words used to do in Denver when you're dead because they've got to play a you know a psychopath radical bill hare prince of the city And then television I could play Mike Ovitz in the late yeah the streetcar was very very good so there's a bunch of stuff that I'm really owns a pretty good I don't think I could if we went down the list I and I thought I walked at it and I said Oh this is great this is a comic book villain I know exactly what I want to do with this and I'd go past gravity and they went oh that's good so they rigged me up with a with a wire I'm pushing towards I have never sat through a screening of a movie in Hollywood next to the writer we watched a screening of the movie and I went well I do what I wanted silence and you know the director I loved him he was a wonderful guys I'm in Windsor Simon should not be directing you know comedy just podcast called what went wrong or what happened that's comes Outta here what's it called it's how did this get mhm it was written by the Guy I remember his name but he never really bom Jeffrey wrote a Raiders of the lost Ark wrote the letter of the third one yeah yeah in this my idea pushing toward billion I go past the possibility I'm leaning down almost to the ground and then I come back up again because he's like beating me with the ring the Ring Power and I thought that was fun that was kind of like wild stuff come up with but I sat next to the writer in the screening and when the lights came up there was AH tell us to I own that I'm owning the fact that I was in the way that's not the only one who's up the scenery in the movie I had to do last you understood the movie he was in but unfortunately I was only I think that's accurate told me about where apparently I'm the you wonder survived that and that's the kind of thing I always do movie I think I I you know I I'll talk about them that's good that's a good movie to talk about in terms of bad movies we'll talk to you on Saturday night live I worked with pitched well he was very good at his Frank Sinatra doing rock and roll yes he was what happened to my movie awful so talk about my lousy films I'm GonNa hurt a lot of feelings stuff where when I was like fighting with Billy Zane rings I I was running on the beach and I thought what if these rings with these powerful rings back and forth what if I lean forward like when he finishes tonight I'll give you a list of ninety let me let me tell you yeah the movie was a piece of shit seven hours of makeup for kids we're going to be in college made thank you frank and Anhalt here show guilt on me he listened to it and said that I survived it he said the reason I survived it was treat Williams who I've seen bombs in this would make h Bob look like a two inch a two inch what's the Komo bummer along coming free but yeah you free willy but you freed me from from a career Oh yes I'm still trout of all them recalled funky monkey yes that's my favorite uncomfortable well how did he live with it I mean how did he deal with that he became a writer you guys you said you stayed in touch with him till his death the only a couple of years ago you'd say Shit I go yeah yeah yeah that was real shot but you know and you'll have people that love like like deep deep rising we spent six months on it rented you're not going now nine hundred forty one where you know listening that he he was play it like say they say you know you shit film these you but again a nice house swimming pool shut up you want to talk about Ah I the lights come up with the guy the writer you've just met Jeffrey boom and just look at the staring at the screen goes taking a check and bad films Christ I'm still just your voice said he's on cavern a lot of them okay the Congo whatever's best bedtime for member one movie I had pardon and the review was God save us all right I'm GonNa tell you my favorite review there's a I have a boat on a lake up in Vermont I vote Gabel on acid you said exactly you got it Clark Gable on acid I think my favorite line is when you scream the skulls have spoken well liked boys as much as girls and he met this young man from South America who he thought was an extraordinary actor and his name was Guido nods. Oh on sitting in the chair cross-legged just waiting for his moment he was just polite and elegant and present and lovely but it was like meaning you know you've never met who who was just the nicest most calm reasonable you know here are these old pro sitting there you know read through I said Oh yeah this is the guy because I just want inflate the votes and all of a sudden everybody went crazy and I went oh okay this is a comedic villain you saw him Guido Nods Oh and he wanted to make a star so he put him in a play in New York and George Kaufman wrote the review and at the end of the view he he said Ask Star Guido nods though is not Sagredo that's funny you committed committed and I remember I had a line where I said inflate the boats when we get when we land at the at the somewhere and I did it in such a way during the two in the morning and I was getting angry they didn't know what they were doing and when you do an Indie you know that that's how close in time since you're such a film buff I thought he was lovely would you like to hear some of the you played it sort of like a bond villain in the phantom you just cartoon Bond Villain we're having fun I was having fun under DRAC I was marks couple of weeks we'll send you the link yeah oh I'd love to hear it so there is a there is Alexander was you know questionably I he came on set and and I think at that point he'd been on so many movies he probably didn't know which movie he was in but he had this lovely suitor a guy and while I was talking I really funny without missing a beat yes I had a blast it's about Vincent Price of course won't compete on this one foyer scream scream for your lives screen realized the Tingler it's new theater any goes Oh yes that resists terrible so since we we we all want to be so frightened by I remember meeting Vincent Price when I was doing thicke of the night Oh yes years later I ran into vincent price somewhere and I said you probably don't remember this but we did together Winston price working with well I didn't know him well he you know it was like meaning the most elegant man you've ever met in your life he was sitting I met these guys after nine hundred forty one every day well let's keep the guests entertained as we go this I also liked it when I do the speared through that was great Joe Joe Renew I think and I threw the spirit everybody went their Harpo went there read a book Harpo speaks yes he talks about neons closed and then running back to La Harpo son on his very podcast you kill see yeah perfume on your face and water in your face it was like a rubber centipede on the streets Oh to Gonda I thought it was scholley the power talk show Wendy and guess who was driving a tank God I'm trying to remember you don't see them much rourke Mickey Rourke Yeah Yeah and myself yeah yeah great cast much you know this whole drug thing about John we go to Martha's vineyard with our families and you know go clamming and drink beer and there was no drugs and there was a lot of was left be done yeah yeah his doctor I think his death was a wakeup call for all of us to sort of get off the train and and it was it was a you know my house and John came over and he was very good about sort of surreptitiously let him take take pictures with him and and we went clamming and we grilled him up and you know it was there retired lovely side to John the that I think he's been known for being the sort of out of control drug addict but but he was we should remember what an extraordinary talent he wasn't what a lovely man is really having a lot of fun and and actually we all work very very hard and did all the rehearsal and It was fun John and I became good friends and say I don't get to say this with him it was really just two guys who liked being in the theater it's a sad loss he had a lot of talent he had a lot of energy a lot of passion and good work in my favorite part of that is after screaming because the Tingler was loose in that theater he goes we we showed the kind of like complete yeah commit Mohit yeah to total can whatever he did and I think that's probably in the thick of the night I loved them with Rod Steiger bad talk show I'm sorry yeah with Alan Thicke and film so I went and saw Anthony Hopkins Do Macbeth I saw wonderful performances by you know Gielgud and Richardson I saw well the I mean how much work and how much prep went into that jitterbug result fight scene no it was we worked really hard we went down to a guy that was our movie England Castle movie where they wired the your but gut he was when he was not in the throes of Hollywood and we're on Martha's vineyard he was delightful and I remembered my cousins role do private lives this was my senior in college but one of the things I noticed about the English theatre goes was they'd say Oh God anthony was awful what we do with part of the process we all fail and if we don't fail we don't grow but what also always got me as one they'll give an actor yeah I hate egg and the late Great Wendy Jo Sperber and also what you know when I think about that that that tank crew Danny Aykroyd John at work Christopher Lear I was Taylor all of a sudden yeah or or you know what just pick in a cast I think everybody goes to the crazy time but you know he wasn't the only one he just he got unlucky and and was a little bit more about John was extraordinary was his his acting you know had it been teaching acrobatics and we worked very hard with Bobby G. Chico and re runs up yeah I flew out of the wall but Stephen had this concept of it being that the movie was kind of like you said to me when I met he said I kind of see this as being like a roadrunner cartoon things I mean he was one of us he was our age so it was kind of odd you know you'd have this great success with jaws I think he was in new territory wonderful things I'd call it a kitchen sink comedy but it's a good one I think I think Stevens should be forgiven for trying you know I mean look one of the things they would describe a failure as a learning tool not as that guy should never get on stage again or he's just so bad you know remember that we all used to look forward to reading those the American culture that I that I find unfortunate when I went to England and I would go to the theater I went to see all because I wanted to be a great theater actor I had no interest in if he was lovely to me lovely doll Vesey was very respectful to all of us we think it's unfairly maligned fell made it has so many good things in it it doesn't it doesn't work as a as a whole piece but it has shit for money in prison and Kinda got away with it and things to do in Denver and then describe the consistent has ever done that a lot of credit when he tries something different but then if he tries something different and it failed 's they they they're unforgiving oh how interesting when you feel here it's as though you're done and I wish failure were accepted as it should be in life as a part of Macbeth of I can't wait to see him in the next shakespearian played at the national they were able to forgive failure in a way that it was just a part of the natural reviews by John Simon Simon and there were there were horrific you know he would just destroy women's facial features and you know I think I don't understand it I I think it should be when that's what the English audiences and critics like it failed but I understand why you know the these guys used to be called dramaturge is and they would when I do something broad I'm committed to it you know I mean I think the only actor in American films ever tried to justify eating and you know I did it because Stephen asked me to and I think you know if you go back to something I'd really I think you're one of the best things in that movie but I think you either things I'd like to do again but I must say hundred percent Spielberg encourage a lot of no no no we're not not not drug use I mean creative creative license among the actors let you take chances. The English weren't like that they just really loved theater where did you get that bit where you would change your face Stephen Yeah I don't think I'd do it if I had my druthers I thought it was a little too cartoony oh because it's pretty broad yeah yeah now I I you know there are things you look back on and say I would have said Steven I I just think it's it's not organic you know just to show you can put them up if you ever do TV version of this and she said why don't you run through a shot as an extra just as a joke and I did and then I said Okay let's go ah let's just talk about nine hundred forty one since you brought it up that says you you're so much fun in that movie your your your your ability with slapstick is if you go online treat Williams Carrie Fisher there myriads of pictures of the empire strikes by have never gotten more requests autographs than I have for my two seconds I I'm the only one left well let's talk about hair and your audition because Beverley told me a story about you grappling with one of the producers wrestling him to the Suzianne and energy very few have the kind of energy that kind of bizarre side senior that it was fun and now you also pop up in a movie I don't know wear or what scene or anything but you're in marathon man no I'm not a few American actors at the do you go completely overboard and I didn't know if he was complimenting me or just making an observation about my I'll have a beer ownership no no no you're you're now you're in it you're in for the for this whole sequence of at three or four hours I had this costume on Iran to the shots and I have myriad the kid from Saturday night live the other kid from Farley trolley so thank Jalen kind of if I do it I'm going to do it to watch tonight what are you wearing you dress stormtrooper. I don't think they've questions appropriate okay sorry we're on radio forgive me let me ask you I can't see you behind the curtain I would acted probably with seven eight different Groups of people in fact I found out I debra winger came up to me and said did you know that I screen tested with you right behind the seats and when I was starring in Greece on Broadway Danny Zuko and after the show Jerry would pop up behind the seat so it was obviously he was interested in my kind of ever called I don't know I wish I'd never done it you still getting mail about the now everybody who wrote about it was dead the I wanted it so badly you know so I had done that screen test and that was my eleventh I think audition and they were casting hair and the play and the movie at the just before beverly came and I said I said I was so terrified I can't remember the day I was absolutely wanted me to do it but he didn't WanNa give it up how interesting when I finished the audition he came out and with this big smile on his face and said that was and I said this is all I've got I've given you guys twelve auditions this is really all I've got I don't know what you want from me to choose me on a log in the play a burger because I didn't know if I had the movie solid shore so I did the monologue and assets doing the monologue I removed every When I went to meet me Loesch the first meeting I was actually very angry because everybody from superstar was going in and I couldn't get an audition and I finally Miller's came in Saudi it's a militias book yeah because you were fed up auditioning well it's it's a bit dense but I will tell you this story Jerry Reagan Jim Rado wrote it sure Jerry wrangling used to hide critical bill is spongy okay so this movie gill you need to see it now I gotta go of clothing on my body and I finished the monocle stark naked Miller's doesn't put the book an ice finished the monologue and they were all just staring at me naked Oh it's all I've got and during the process I realized that Jerry was conflicted he wanted the role for himself because he had created for himself but he was ten years old so using man that was so great and I was enraged and I grabbed him by the neck and threw him on the floor? I'm sure you're Miller's put it in a way that was what are you wearing white Taffeta I can show you a picture she's helmet and the thing is you're a stormtrooper really I didn't want to hurt him but I wanted to know how angrier was that he was fucking around with my head and that's what I said you're fucking with my head man bazaar a t you know sort of approach work and that began a series of dance audition singing dishes acting auditions we go to his apartment ace and and I was asked to come in and he said to me when he met me tweet saw you in Greece last night with Meco British the coffin you do something better and I felt that I'd been pushed beyond you know what I had to show together at what else could I do and Milosz grab me before I walked out and Sutri commission fuck this film fuck everybody I don't WanNa do this anymore I'm done and I was crying I mean it was really emotionally distraught because I had wanted it so badly dot com you down some Oh yes of course I knew at that point he said I want you you know I was up against believe it or not John Belushi and I believe that Richard Gere was up for lovely lovely winds we had a lot of fun I don't remember much was one of those no it was it was a period when everybody for you the play because it was they were doing revival and I said well does that mean I have the movie he said no but don't take the kind of take anymore of this you've put me through too much interest so it was a wonderful experience and I never want to go through it again your greatest film experience you said it was the best film I've ever been if the only interestingly meal OC- when he had friends over who'd seen of course is great films they they'd seen Amadeus and they'd seen Cuckoo's nest and I and he then got angry because he was embarrassed and he was you know and we got into this kind of pissing match and I put my clothes back on and I said Fuck you he said Oh but I will tell you what I am in I'm not in marathon man I'd runner or whatever credit you as runner unknown runner promise to you right now because they have to fight with seven different entities short but I want you for the movie and he said so don't take the play they're gonna he would always show his guests at home in Connecticut hair I mean in summer what are you GonNa do you want to watch a musical up very well I watch any ending break your mother's thinking today I said the guys who fell in love with that these young guys you'd never seen it when you listen to old you listen to old singers and he's right next to you on the piano its present it's now it's it's a guy who's in your face with his voice and music and hair feels like that to me we are aim time and I went into the audition Twyla and Goldman during Jerry and ragnarok Jim Radio and meals were all in the room and I was asked to do this we're now maybe I ran through shot and they saw me I don't know maybe it was John John but I did go to England just Arikan visit Carey and I listen I'll tell you he's history of movies I just finished okay I just finished co starring with Dolly Parton in a Christmas musical movie value me it's exactly the same period Rudy Vallee listen to Rudy Vallee and it's like it's it's it's it's some period in some strange place you listen to fats waller word wow a lot of guys that were up for it and you know at that point it wasn't about being competitive it was about at some point you really do have some part of you that says I I'm not aren't being period it's people with real feelings that are really present and really kind of contemporary and Cheryl Barnes singing easy to be hard it's one of those gorgeous beautiful this is a wonderful film but in terms of naturalness and being a part of something that's the that changed American theater yeah I think that's the one I'd say come on come down company took me in a room succumbed he said you're going I I'm going to give you the role of Burger in in the film I just but I can't the department rose who's GonNa come in I like at the same time all right go ahead Cole and Christine Branch Gay and I took it because I said I've got to do a movie musical every forty years just to kind of keep things kind of in Paris it's beautiful now frankly I like the changes thanks to me you're not gonNa Street to do this or you fuck you I don't think I know he thinks good morning starshine in the movie no I seven Song Yeah got to be really interesting music is their music yeah I gotta carry is there there is this is the only want to do met Hitchcock Orson Welles and Gene Kelly well it was nine of one hundred stars wound I was one hundred twelve okay there was aw Chai lattes shining there are sad aw I want to take my clothes I WANNA sing age of Aquarius with you I wanna do yes yes which sharp yeah so here we I'm not sure say music this is going to be are you going to say no why not going to watch you two I was going to come in for yelling AFLAC missile Godfrey I show where's the movie music all he's got his Karaoke for Rahab all right don't come on my pride and from the twenty s and they sound like they're million miles away it's the twenties it's it's you know I can't name I can name you some of the singers sang in a way that was so odd and like one extraordinarily night I was doing pirates of penzance and New York and I saw pirates depends on all these guys were there and I got to this thing and take risks of live are ray I basis it just it was it was really bizarre to be seeing all of the guys imagine watching on film but they'll set in motion well Senate sent in about four chairs nine hundred he had gone not Tangalle trains all these guys that were you know extrordinary stars of the period and never going to bring Jimmy Cagney up on he was already sort of really kind of old uh-huh so big you know and I just there's Lucille ball in this and one of the things that was interesting here I was with Jimmy with Jimmy Stewart and Orson and Donald John to vote no island called Nashoba Island Zine belong to Alexander Woolcott who's The New York Times I I'm sorry can you sit back quite boise managerial why talking paint treat through the first hour because of you okay now act with Mars go on the air when you're a good sport we're done I want you to tell me about meeting Jimmy Stewart since we brought him up and you also why don't you let breach with the fucking happen I only love you tonight tomorrow we're dot yeah okay all bets are off in here we go me me me me me me me me lift elevator elevator yeah and Jimmy was down there they'd put him down on the left in there and he was alone oh Christ and everybody went we're Jimmy and we all my god Jimmy downstairs l. so they put them down on a at radio city musical you know they have that thing that comes up onto the stage or what do you call there's my name escapes me. He is probably one of the great character actors if not the best character actor new English history he's great you gave me a perfect segue love character ed Succession Brian Cox Ryan and I just did a film that's coming out this fall and Brian said he was doing Shakespeare talk at at USC and he said and you're GONNA and you're gonNA directed film directed by a written by David Mamat and I said Oh great and he said the only David mammoth doesn't know it yet said you're GONNA get a chance to direct short film and I said Oh great he said in doing it for I think it was showtime he said and you know five actors get to direct movies in in the new television series about the family that runs the TV studios Oh it'd won an indication leading men now we don't consider you and I have to go it was somebody's they said you know they had this great tribute to Albert Alfred Hitchcock in Los Angeles and everybody was there you know Carey Grant Burmese saint is still with us I know in fact interestingly The wonderful actor who I just I just worked with who stars in the chair Oh my gosh so we all sat with them and stayed with him until the chair went up but they're all you know they were just a bunch of guys who done well and and now or later I was one of the I was one of the young actually got invited and I was staring at all these extraordinary people everybody who'd worked with hitchcock was there it was really great to be a part of that transitory career and this thing was meaningless to them it was like you know another I'm here a fundraiser yeah fundraiser but it was really an honor to meet as a matter of fact one of the great conversations oh Jimmy Stewart's television shows never had yeah shame yeah we had Tippi Hedren here actually on the podcast Oh okay I mean Novak still with us and actors on this show and we've had a bunch of Bruce dern has been here who else have we have a night or two beautiful film together yes you move talk Griffin Dunne was here Tim Matheson was here we love the other night they said knowing that they're all dead it was like you know fifty years ago I said they're not all dead off do you know that I said because I was there area where the mentor being handed off from the fifties stars fifties and sixties stars who'd moved onto television some some with success in some not a and he looked at the audience froze there was even re saint to listen to him about Shakespeare he said I was never so sort of shocked and and if we love Tim As in the movie that I would Brian Cox there you go Peter Rieger was here you have worked together to we love character actors you work with some great and did you meet Alec Guinness when you did the Empire thing because I know you I knew him but he's my favorite actor yeah I saw that one is buses in disguise and the attend and all the poses the tribus yeah yeah and they say but of course everybody who went to that thing who attended all the actors and everybody was there dead and Dana Delany and billy may see and I'm in it myself and it was it was an extraordinary experience and we use my airplane which was great fly over to which we that's great that's very cute what would you like to what do you think what should be about shut boy I know something about airplanes okay give me two weeks two weeks later foia offered to direct a movie a short film you know and the thing is you have to write it and I started talking to you so he talks like this the way people talk and it's if you can't Mamat to me is like the violin if you play it badly it is really the worst sound on earth has played well it's the is beautiful sound on earth and David writes the way people talk where I'm telling you something and I say you know the thing I think here's the deal I this is what I think so people stop themselves sure start up and David writes that rhythm of people talking like people think talk and if you can't do that naturally doesn't work trolley those two guys did it with great panache and and and and they were gorgeous in it that's why probably one these festivals from my this I mean he was nice to me he found dead has to say the guy who got involved with the Heidi Heidi yes I think it's so they would say you know rolling and sound would say speed and I expect him to action you know and wait for the action and I'm already is Marilyn Monroe and Monroe yes oh yeah yeah he told us about it he was a nice guy he still with us shoulder of your Jean Jacket he said Oh I did a movie Ray had a rope around my shoulder and I said what movie did you have a rope around your shoulder Saddam was called bus stop I think of people who don't understand when people make fun of David mammoth they'll just have the characters saying dirty words actors what about Somebody we had here Murray Your First Film Don Murray was great I was just a kid starting out but it my favorite thing about go and it was wonderful it was really dabney particularly really got mammoth sort of rhythm and and and speech everybody's great it was fun we love those to the island off of l. a. and and it was a really watching Charlie Dabney do those scenes that David wrote they really understood you know day Mamat rights about fucking Ruthie and he's just furious because he took a piece of toast on the table and she called him out for it publicly and he's obviously okay and I had worked with David in a lot of stuff and water engine I call Dave up and I don't think with into and I said listen I got a coat tails question loud and it's it's it's insane and then he sits down opposite his friend and there's a pause in the after this violent diatribe and he goes dominy was I didn't I didn't study people like I do now I started the young actors and know what they've done before I walk on so scare them with the fact that I know who they are they don't Hawaiian but don had this Jean Jacket he wore to work every day and there was these strings on the shoulder gold strings sewn in and I said well what are those strings during the early evening hours I got a job working concessions in the Broadway theaters what's her name Heidi Fleiss Heidi Fleiss boyfriend was the director Oh my gosh bond nausea name and I loved it because I'd never done I think it was my first movie it was very violent guises oversensitive so he does like a three page diatribe about Ruthie and it's it's violent and it's you know selling the rape drinking and t shirts and one of the plays that was playing when I was working the concessions was like struggling to get any kind of work and I would I still am I would do like the Em Robin catch at night for no money but this production had no laughs which blows my mind because I think it's one of the funniest place and the opening scene teach comes out and does a diatribe yeah I meant he was making yes yes I was a nice guy may now I can't get remember Katherine Hepburn would come in before the audience who is allowed in yet and she'd walk around she likes us to keep so what's new and it gets this Howell if it's done correctly but if you don't do it right the audience doesn't what the Hell's going on I when when I was wartimes about directing Charles Turning yes in the film I was I my manager called language I just did last summer I did American Buffalo yes and David's understanding of comedy is what you know apparently the some of the doors open to get air in the theater and one day we came in and we had an open the doors yet and she walked in and looks goes my first movie and I hear this this Polish boys go hook boys let's booty matter of gravity now with Catherine Hepburn Christopher Rees and American buffalo with Robert Duvall the savage yeah John Savage and Kenneth mcmil McMillan Mueller's loved working with by the way great in ragtime. Yeah by the way I should she said when I was late my father used to beat me I didn't WanNa go Lord I was done I ended back second because Chris and I were both up for that play real and I was late to my audition with Katherine Hepburn Oh and I don't know why sound Broadway after being here and it was the most extraordinary thing it was just too beyond Broadway starring in a Broadway musical and I was didn't know anything I was and they don't realize there's a whole rhythm Oh yeah to listen to glengarry Glen Ross Yeah it's like it's no David is just starting I was going acting class but every night I will be the last one out of the theater I was just so excited and I would walk out on the stage and there'd be one there's always one light data they came across like total assholes yeah it was sad you know I was at the point where I really wanted to make a good movie and I really liked Ben enormous recent me script and we we made it went three Film Festival Texan yes so lovely little film Dabney Coleman I offered Gene Hackman and there you go walking around a theater my favorite thing I just come to New York and I'd finally gotten the lead in Green I was late but I was late and when I walked in Hepburn looked at me and said Miss Taylor your late and I said I'm sorry

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A Girl and a Gay

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

55:03 min | 2 years ago

A Girl and a Gay

"Straw hut media. It's it's just it's the red hole. Thank you that in college. I feel like you might have that again against because you're. Straw hut. Media. This brand Glenville on. Because the natural stuff is always this. I have so many things now upstairs that I did not need just things things and university realized about target yesterday. They don't play music down. What the fuck? That's true. It's got to be some psychology to it. Right. Like, they mesmerized with things, right? Signs are everywhere. Right. The Q little dogs everywhere. I would think that they would want you relaxed with music. No, I ever star has music. Yeah. Just by shit. I started to get panicky. I gotta get it. I was full on like way. That's why is this. I was crazy cracked out in target yesterday. Because the kids are coming back. Okay. I have to restock all they're expensive children. And then of course, do they need bathing suits for the summer and they're on sale and buy one get one half off. So that's get five. Right. And I came home five hundred dollars later deep that is why do my own fucking acrylic nails now. That's the yes, I can't afford to have both target in my life and fake nails fake. I can do the myself, right? My target is going to bar, and I come home, and how much that I spent one hundred bucks. It's. It is because when you drink you get really generous, and I'm like, you're kidding. You wanna shy? Marcus here. We had dinner at CASA Vega. Don't remember what it costs looked at my credit card statement three hundred dollars for Mexican food. I mean, I really have to be more cautious with my drinking and paying same seeing. 'cause I'm like, yeah. Let's get an Uber to we hope and I'll come back and fun and because you can't take the train anymore because ankle kangol. Yeah. Let's reduce ourselves girl in a gay. I think that's really cute girl in the game. We still have to start with welcome to brandy Glanville, unfiltered with southern command. There you go. Hi. Hey, sis. Hey, girl at a gate. That's us. Yup. We were talking so lovely lovely, right? And now now. Target. You call it the it's the read the plaque hole, but it's the red hole, and then you're in red in your credit card statements after right? Oh my God. Yeah. And then your entire you just feel good. And you see familiar faces. You're like, hey, Chrissy Teigen poster Nate Burkey, they get you. They get you drive through. So last week we forgot to talk about Wendy Williams. Yeah. You go. I know you I want you. You you go. Okay. So I knew there was a problem a long time ago because I didn't appearance in Vegas with her where she was not. Okay. Okay. Very slobby. And her husband kept apologizing for her because she was a mess, and she was not nice to me either. And prior to that she used to be nice to me. But she was mean, and like falling over whig shift in mass real and this is years ago, and they wrote about it in like star magazine. And she said, no, I was fine. And everyone just believed her. And she was just so mean to me I feel sorry for because I am the fan of hers. Right. This year that way it was just like girl get it together. And I'm rooting for her hundred percent. But I was with Mark. And we are just like, whoa. Who is that person? So this is not something recent as you know, she is now emitting to being in a sober house. She struggled in the past with the pendency issues. Like, right. I'm pretty sure what's the difference between crack cocaine. I have no clue I think isn't crack a rock. But wouldn't you just mash it up and like it would be cocaine? Asking the wrong person. I've never seen. I even watching invention. I don't get it. I don't have our producers over there having a heart attack. But like. Cracker. So cheap. Yeah. You smoke it for you. I think I think so crack man got him in their butts just dropped that song. No. I don't know. But no. So that was my window experience schuss over the after that, she asked me to do her show when I was in New York, right? And I said, no. It was that mean and her her poor husband at the time. This was years ago was apologizing all over the place. Wow. And so I'm happy that she's getting help. Yes. And I'm happy that she's finally coming clean, get it clean. She's going clean. I would like to hear your take. So I I met her once like from afar briefly, right? And she was lovely. I love her show. I love her honest opinion on things. So I've never seen her in that state. But I do appreciate it takes a strong person to be that Volna real especially a public figure, and I appreciate her taking this along as the audience on her journey, but she didn't I tell you what had happened was. But I think is too many people found out she had to come out and say it too many that if you're in a house with other people in a separate house. Someone's got a big mouth for five ground to the inquirer. I feel like she had to come clean and say, and I respect her for doing that. But this is not something new, right? And I know that you know. You hadn't had that experience. Obviously the hot, right? I do applaud her for talking about it now too. But it's it's been too long of not being a secret like people knew and she was like graves disease. It's a, and I I'm sure she has that's horrible. But this is not something fresh, right? But I think maybe she had come to terms with it herself to and like, you know, what it's getting. And I just I really appreciate her vulnerability. And I love people, obviously, you who are being transparent in real with the audience, and the fact that she started this foundation on top of that it helped people there's a realisation in like a self realization that happens to and you can you can see it like I'm just trying to be a better human being. And that's what I tell myself every day. Like, I need to be a better human being now for sure I mean, that's I mean, all it takes us a smile, if someone looks at you smile, we all have to be in like a crazy. Hurry and not make eye contact. Right. I feel like. All we can do is be the best version of ourselves. Unfortunately, I just feel like my take on Wendy is for so long. She was defending on Twitter saying she her marriage was fine. She was fine. Right. And she wasn't owning up to her shit. And now she is and we all have to do it in our own time. But I just felt like for so many years now come on to say it. Yeah. I mean, also, I think people in the public eye to try to create their own narrative, of course. And you we both know that. Try to create their own narrative, and you know, they produce themselves totally because they are version of themselves for the public. Yeah. Yeah. I mean creating narrative. Yeah. I was talking about yesterday Sunday, we my friend, and I came over at a work party were just thinking, we had the most creative ideas and stuff, and we were just talking about, you know, people just try to create their own narrative, and let them be. But you know, what if it if it is your real true selves, and you're not pretending to be someone. You're not could you imagine having several different personalities where you have to be on. And then you can't curse. I'm just right this. What you see is what you get. Right. So I can't produce. If I could I would be in much better situation. Financially that is I wouldn't be talking out of my ass all the time. Right. And like with me to after the break up just started going on Instagram live and people have told me flat out. You're more yourself than I've ever seen it. And I go I really do feel like that. You're the man behind the man. Yeah. You're like I was in the box. And when I was in my marriage, right? Was the woman behind the man that everything I didn't it didn't need to be about me ever know. And I was fully okay with that and had babies made breakfast, lunch and dinner was like the happiest person in the world. And the my everything Scheider out of your was like, yeah. Don't just count. Children are involved. It's a little bit crazy. Oh, yeah. Know, I'm a little bit crazy. But that's what we love. You know, I'm cutting. No. So Wendy like, I think that for the audience. A lot of the audience have your perspective. But you know, if you watch the entertainment news, they're all saying for so long. She was defending herself and saying she's fine. Her marriage is fine. And she she can dish it out. So if you're gonna talk shit about beyond say and be one hundred percent, just you're going to spew it you gotta be able to take it. But drew, so also did you read this this morning that all right? Anything this morning because I had a sleepover last night with a guy that is excellent fun. So I've just got into cleaning Kate made my bed. That's nice. That was a hate making beds. Yeah. Kind of annoying. Oh my God. I don't make them kind of annoying. Yeah. I was cleaning houses with my mom when I was younger I had to make them perfect. So now, I do not make my fucking beds. I use to clean houses with my mom to fives, da da pacis extra money for me. I was like in high school. We always had jobs. They're like you want something get a job and get busy. Right, right. No. You like you wanna drive? Go ahead. Write your car pair car insurance. I friends right now. Now, we're the quick I know him. That they're probably in their thirties, and their parents still fucking pay the car insurance sounds great. I mean when that be lovely sounds wonderful. It'd be my children to do you know, how much wine we could buy with that money. God. Rouse. If you get six bottles. They're like what is it like half off thirty for sems? Crazy, right? So anyway, I've also have to tell you I switched to resume after a lot of thinking about my white Ryan last night. But let's talk about what you earn to talk about. I know. So I was going to add onto the windy Liliam that apparently she was spotted without her wedding ring this morning going into her studio and then over for a long time. And then the show talking about creating the narrative for her show. She put it back on. Oh, she's yeah. She's changing the conversation away from her sobriety to her marriage because she doesn't wanna talk about sobriety anymore. Listen, I know the Turks had done it before girl. You know? I'm like what look at this you because she doesn't want to talk about you know, crack anymore. She doesn't have to be. I don't know what she'd write her drug of choice or alcohol or whatever was way. But, you know, listen, she's unearth thoughts we? Hope she continues to get better. And there is light at the end of the tunnel. You just have to tunnel is hard sometimes. Yeah. I do appreciate her being vulnerable about it. Agreed not like hiding it to the audience and being really one of the people. She hid it for a few years. But you know now. I guess I'm I've just been waiting for this for a while. She say she's finally say it, but maybe she got better in between. Who knows I don't know what happened in those years that you know, when I once saw her in Vegas a mean, and sloppy will it's just like throwing back a little bit. It's just like remember when Rosie O'Donnell header talk show. Yes. And everyone's which was my favorite talk show mine too. And I met her. My husband was on it a lot. She wasn't nice to me, really. Yeah. But member the rumors like she's lesbian. She hadn't come out yet. It's kind of. I mean, it's kind of on me. Adeane and be like, he's a Cutie duty. And then I loved her show so much. I went with them so excited. Good. I'm really so did you know, I. I think lesbians either lesbians because I do have that in me where I I tracked lesbians I'd had relationships with women. So I've I bit right. I always would say to me like you. If somebody less vibes. Unlike you get what you pay for hunting. I think you just vibe off of fun people. Yeah. I mean, also though, she wasn't that fun. Really? Yeah. I can just tell. I don't know. You know, if you saw someone, and they finally came out as gay or whatever, it was would you think you would know that prior to that probably I feel like you have good gator, like an intuition kind of thing. I think everyone's gay all the time. So if I go, no, he's like, no, he's straight. What's also L A? That's like gay for pay. Yeah. Whole the whole. True, though. Yeah. LA so hard to figure out. Well, I think now I know I'm gonna probably get shipped for saying this but manner board of Jonah, and it's very. Kind of like there's a stigma like, I think that transsexual resentment. They've had the surgery now. Trans. But some of the ones that don't have the surgery, they're still translates are they I don't know. I don't know. Two. Figure it out trying to figure it out. I think like men are having some affairs like because I have a friend who's transitioning. Okay. So he's Mark are may I. He's like it's most of the guys that wanna have sex with him are very her. It's hard for me. You know, I tried to change her name when she was here over the week. I can we say Marcus mea like Mark is Mia. Let's do Mark as she said. No. Well, she's like you could call me. It's just hard for me to change. But I am saying she's she says mostly straight guys want her to look like a girl, but then to have a penis interests sent because they're so bored with the whole they know how to work the stick beautiful, right? I at interests me is interesting like I could see why guys would like want just to change up. Right. So I watched the show on by Slann called sled ever who? I like that name. Oh my God. I'm obsessed and it's written by this woman produce and created about this woman in Carly who used to be I believe she was like the sex writer for vogue, the columnist. Yeah. And she so former dominatrix former sugar baby. So. I would be so interested in talking with her. Oh my God. She's bucking like her a little sex in the city in the beginning. But she's kind of making funny fun of it. And she's just like let me call my slutty friends. Like, yeah. It's so funny. The way she does it because everything's since humor. But also education with with everything that with every joke there's a little bit of shoot than ever joke. Yeah. You know, because you're making fun of it. You really weren't just say it not not saying. I'm just kidding. You're not getting it's and she's so good everything the whole shows about like exploring sexual taboos shoes. She talked about like how come by sexual men aren't as popular as bisexual women. And it's true. Right. And then she goes into why lake straight men want to get their prostate stimulate everyone likes that. And was just. Pay attention me. But it's just like fastening because you're like what you're like. Oh, there's no judgment there. That's just what people like I just think that's part of sexuality to spray entire body. And that happened. I mean, I know very few men that don't like ask play and like that area stimulated. I enjoy it bright. I mean as a gay, man. Okay. Yes. Obvious please. Yeah. Nobody it's just part of the body doesn't make you. Gay or straight? It just makes like when you're in love with someone or you want to have sexual experience every part of the body for me and for most people, right? Not for friendship. But that's okay. My friendship, right? Listen, it's all fair game. Pleasure. And he is under his so French like he can Bertie speaking English. That's why we get along. Right. He is under the assumption. If I put a finger in his Astle that he's gave right? And he's like anywhere. But they ask you are so straight right scared. So that I mess with him. He doesn't let that is so funny because in in that show slowed over there, we're talking about these stray guys he goes, it just feels good. And there's nothing wrong with it doesn't make. No, but anything the French guy. He's so like. In a very weird way. He's very French last night. We were watching some movie, and I forget what it was that. He's like, oh, no friendship will don't lie. I go. No, no. It was. Oh, this is good. I forgot to tell you. Okay. We went from sex. Now, we're gonna talk about. Your local because I was saying to my French guy. There's a commercial for your local and cheese. Grading. It's falling in the air. It's a pretty tortilla. And it bounces up and then the lady gets beautiful hands. And she rules, the tortilla. And then she's like here you go. I do not want your fucking hand on my food. I think everyone that works in the fast food preparation industry should have to wear gloves subway. Oh, yeah. I think they do. They don't. They don't talk, which is my favorite place. Oh my God. I don't read I didn't know that. They are finger bang our food across the United States of America. I mean, it's fair back in it is fuck he does that. That's that's his name. Hello. He. He's like, no, it's fine. They wish heads and he's like not everybody washes her hands of French people. Do I said, actually, they don't actually they're probably worse than anything. They have a cigarette dump it out. And then they go they roll up your shit. He's you're right. That's hilarious. That was our conversation about loco and crunchy for sure wash your hands. I said, I should know. And never noticed that. Now, I'm gonna look like like your stop Bareback in my burger happening across America got into now. Yes. No. Let's that's another thing in getting a little excited this conversation took place, and I even memo with the voice memo yesterday, right? There's another asshole in the fast food industry. It's AAA let me tell you. Why? I thought your tweet. It's. Making them do. It's just it's okay. Let me cut your vegetables my hand. Would I have a machine that does it? And it's probably cleaner that you're even though they were gloves that you do why are you putting your people through this? They're already not making that much money. So you have them smashing Advocaat. Does just it's it's still fresh. If take the skin off a machine smashes it is fresh if you put a bell pepper on a greater one Mandalay like whatever slice my fingers off. It was. So I can't use it. You are officiant with your fast food. I know I know the menu of every fast food except for Wendy's. Because who eats a fucking square burger, no one that always freaked me out can't go there. Always freak me out. Don't do it. And I stopped doing Carl's junior as well. What about much Manit wet the chimpanzees on a famous star? And I was out what about shake shack. I've do not enjoy it. I mean, it's expensive for what it is. It's it's like a fake fat burger it's like a super expensive fat burger. Yeah. And cheap. I do love shake shack though, 'cause they serve wine Tuesdays. Made it only when they don't have over here in the valley. Right. Do they maybe in studio city? Yes, burbank. So the only one I know is on Santa Monica boulevard. Oh, and we hope. Yeah. That's what I know. You can catch me. They're kind of a little drunk and ordering glass of wine anniversary. I post might. So I was gonna root bear on my Australians friends. Don't know what route berries, which is another issue. Oh, yeah. I'll like who doesn't know route bear, right? So good. They don't know it. They don't have it. They think it's gross. They do have booth. So I now down with well. But I I don't know if I consider that as fast food. No, it's a little it's elevated. Yeah. It's like the counter. Yes. I liked the counter are good in studio city. Yeah. But to the people making AAA making they're making their employees work harder than the half to for the money still fresh, right loan efficiency, Grandy sufficient food, anyway because have do manual labor. Drips with even though they have gloves on drips of sweat probably going into that guacamole. Nope. Nope. Your face amount. This is probably why we should not eat fast food. Maybe that's a better. Right. That's a good. That's good for our hearts. Our diets. Just be grossed out all the time and come home and prepare your food. Yeah. Feeling of losing. So I have a couple of other notes written down. Okay. Oh, what do you think of? Cardi B is suing her like an ex friend. I didn't hear about this. So Cardi B is suing someone for saying she's a prostitute. And she has her peas. Hi, I'm Jesse would and this week on the podcast stiff from stra media. Well, things getting real fills vical such as. What is man what does identity had? We chief flight. What is and the deep burning question. How much or case I just watched them leave and not even worry about doing art. Is also very frustrating. This week on stiff we debate tipping in the workplace. How does it work? What was expected, and what is not expected, and what is unacceptable finest stra have media apple podcast Spotify. Wherever you get your podcast. Make sure to subscribe, you don't miss it. See all real soon. Duct up that is fucked say that is but say like for real or just like when you get mad at someone like she's she's going on record like she's telling everyone, it's on this lady's going I used to know her she's a Hooker, and she was doing drugs while she was pregnant like this lady is going in. I don't why do people why do you money right shit. That's so bad karma in the end horrible. Right. It really is. Right. That you were going to tell me about Cardi B's new movie would jaylo and constant. Woo. Yeah. Tell me I don't know about. So it's apparently Cardi B's first acting role with jaylo and constant and they all play strippers. I knew that J lo is pa- playing a stripper, but Carter used to be a stripper in life. I know he's going to have a little one on the others. It's going to be great though. I wanna do it. Oh my God. I've always wanted to strip like go someplace deepen the valley, deep deep deep and just be a stripper for one night. And see what happens. You should have a cameo. Oh, yeah. Right. I would love one. But I don't think you never know put it out there university. Let's do it. Call me, right. My back a little bit. Together. Yeah. I think that when are so what do you think? So when you're a public figure. Do you just have to deal with all the shit, everyone talks or are you allowed to then go and sue them? God. I think I would just like deal with it because it takes money to sue people. And it's it's a long process. Not that. I've that's ever happened to me. But I did this shitty thing to do. Like to put effort into thinking about it, everyday suing someone just like no that you're better and your on top of the world and walkaway. But this woman that other woman, whoever she is karma got her. And it's been it's malicious in vile, personal vendetta say the I had a friend went through my divorce. She's not my friend anymore. I caught her selling stories the inquirer. And then she emailed the all of my other friends after I caught her and I'm like, I'm not like you can go, right? She took a lie detector tests and tried to ruin some people's lives. Like, how do you even think like fucking shit? Crazy. I don't even get that late. How do you even like why would you even think like I mean? Like, why would you when someone's miserable and going to the hardest time in your life in her life, and you're supposed to be her friend, right? And she had money. It wasn't like she needed the money. That's and I I had you're kicking me while you're down. And by the way, you're trying to ruin someone else's life. It didn't the whole thing in effect me because it wasn't. I mean, it was about man's somebody else. But. This person. I don't wanna even wall tell you after. Okay. But it was could ruin someone's life. But it's still part of your story. Like your narrative, you know, trying to infiltrate that we're going back to the narrative, it's still part of your narrative. Now it is under percent. I just I feel like I would I would not know what drives and motivates people to be so nasty money. But there's there's no she had money being. Yeah. I think that's what it is. They're just jealous of your life. And they want you to be MS. I don't know what it is. I really honestly in my life when I quit someone right? I'm done except for like, obviously with my ex husband. We have kids. It's different. You have the love of my life. So it was just a shot my whole world shattered. I get it. I know you. I quit a friend. I don't put energy I'm done. I don't put energy into saying bad things about them. I don't go on social media and write about them. I'm just clap gloves on gloves up. I'm done and it sets me free. And I don't you're not gonna see me badmouthing expert and because. She doesn't mean to hurt me. And she's not my energy to right because I feel like when you do that it eats you alive. Oh my God. Yeah. And they also might want that attention from you do as Destiny's Child once said, I ain't gonna blast you on the radio to the left to the left, right? My new to that song. Don't think this song is about you Carly Simon or I love that song. Because it's such a it is about them, right it. But it's like, I get it. Like, don't do it. Justin Bieber saying that song. I know you think this song is about you. It is about. Yeah. Oh, totally. Stop computing me. He confuses me a lot. And so does Crowley's I'm actually huge fan of payers. My mom was is she live. I don't know. My mom is like sixty seven I think, and she was like listen to oldies when I was young. I really old now, you know, how I know. I'm turning to old gay disco is all disco all up in my phone. Let me guess what song Diana Ross. The key. I will arrive that anti note that good one you might wanna to into that one. It's been CV Knicks Stevie apparently like a hippie now and hold on where it's just listen to like Sheikh the that group named chic chic says Sheikh, I think so. Good disco. I want your love. Oh, my chic. I don't know. It. I I wouldn't know it if I heard it yet totally like what is that song? Listen, I'm the worst thing. But. Oh fuck. It's like, no. It's on these. I'll think of it. She she Easton. Maybe. Don't know what that is could never do the messing. Talk about this circling back to Rosie o'donald. So this broke this morning to Rosie O'Donnell said she had a little bit of a crash on Elizabeth Hasselbeck when they worked on the view. Did you really say that she said, but more of like, so there's a new book about the view and all this shit. That's gone on. Called lady to punch the explosive insight story of the viewing. Right. And also Johnny McCarthy has hers as well. So they're going to be competing. I wanna read both got the I just want to read about the bitchy bitchy women. You put too many women together. Just turns a bunch of cons. I love that. I love that Instagram bungee bunch of tag, which so she said she was trying to make so rosy with trying to make Elizabeth more of a better debater, right because Rosie is very liberal. Republican. But she goes she just trying to make her a better person. And I didn't wanna kiss her anything. But I just had a little crush on her that there's something there usually when I'm attracted to a guy like I get in a fight with him first. And then we'll making out right? Like, you really do like a girl at school. I was a really mean to a boy at schools because I liked him. You're talking about I did that too. And then I kissed them metoo until Robert, I know, you know, exactly who you are from my second grade class Robert tooted in the class and mortified my love for him. Really could never look at them the same way. Again. I don't think that's just gross. I made out with this gorgeous boy named Joe econo- who is like talion taller enhance them. But his background like we were in fourth grade. Great. My first kiss was in. Grade. I think eighth grade. No, sixth grade fourth grade, and we were like your thank you. And we we were just like close, but he came from like a Mormon Jehovah's Witness back on really religious. But his mom Levin me. They always do. What do you mean? So. Wait. So you his knew you were gay or no just think guys, but I'm like in the fourth grade. So I'm going to chill out a little bit, right? Yeah. So he invited me to his house has house how to pull them like oh my God. That's we were jumped the fence and go to the neighbor's pool, right? Got home. And we got kicked out. Right. And I was like I'm in like. I feel feeling things for Joey Connor and think like kissed him. Right. So and then, you know, like when you're fifth and middle school, you separate schools opinion on where you have course. So we met again in high school, and Joey was very flamboyant and high school very flamboyant red whole again. Beautiful sight. And I was just more of like an art kid like an art nerd, and I was like something tells me Joey gay, but he won't come out because of the time also wasn't the time to just to be openly gay and have it right and brace like that we were fucked up, right? But also like because of his religious background. So he goes to college in New York and all of a sudden boyfriend that and good for joy. I'm like, so my best friend, Christina goes. I had a crush on Joey Connell. And I always go. I kiss them for. It's good when I would have growth sleepover. Like all for my gymnastics team. We would always pretend kiss, but our hands over our mouth number ten like we are having sex. Weird. Will you're exploring your sexuality again. I guess so for me it was like, we just did it all the time. Wow. Because we've watched the love boat, and then everyone's kissing it'd be like. The man I'm the man really weird. Right. That's more normal than weird talk about it. Of course. Because you see that on TV. And you're like, I wonder what that's really like my first kiss was actually with my cousin. And it was he's an had a nice. He had an accident skiing accident there's my first crush anyway. Any hugh? Do you take? Now. Here's another commercial the bothered me yesterday. Okay. Do you know what true? It is. Yeah. I kinda. Yes. Kinda kinda. So there's this commercial that says it's a it's a pill. My friends that are on it. It blocks you from getting HIV and aids, right? You can't get it. When you take this. They say for people that are more likely to be what is just bothers me the whole commercial because they show this flamboyant dancers, and they show like like a trans person. And it's basically like. Oh shit. No. I can't. I can't talk to my agents calling me about. Yeah. I know what it's about anyway. But. It just I didn't think that it was a well rounded commercial that didn't show. They just showed like. Gay men, and like trans people and not just wasn't. It just basically says if you have sex with random people all the time, right? You should be if you're more likely to get aids you should be on. I think everyone should be if you're single it, should you should be on your sexual person, you're single, but guess what insurance doesn't cover it. No. I know because I want to be on it by what I not also like to piggyback on your story. I just read you know, prep is large gay community similar. I believe. Trotta perfor-. Yeah. So apparently, there have been two cases of gay men that have attracted the HIV virus be cut in. They're on prep. So doesn't say it's one hundred percent now. So they would allow, but I mean, we have our that. I feel. Everyone. I just don't like the commercials because it insinuates that certain people are more higher risk. Yeah. And I'm just like, you know, what why don't you put like a white girl up there? Right. And everybody stop saying that somebody's more. What's when you're when you sleep around a little, but when you promiscuous, right? No because I can be just as promiscuous as anyone right? And I don't fit that commercial. And it just it pisses me off commercials. Are speaking to me lately. Re you're in deep with the commercial. I've been I just got really really busy. Whoa. I think it's my sinuses because I had that ear infection for like, two months. And I think it's just kind of like your equilibrium a little bit. I got nauseous for a second. This is my list to do. I did so many things yesterday. You did. Yeah. Get stuck Taffer my life away all of my money. But yeah. So I don't I was gonna I can't read my own writing. That is funny. No, it's annoying or when I get drunk, and I write something down Lord knows what I wake up, and I know I had a great idea last night. And it's like scribble scribble. What was I tried to write can play a game with you that he used to play on my Facebook live show. I love games. Elaborate on whatever you want. Because this is great. I call it fast five so it's a word association game. So I'm going to give you a word, and you say the first thing that comes to your mind this and if you want to elaborate go head we love when you elaborate. Okay, I'm so ready for I have every game show. I watch jeopardy. I watched wheel of fortune. I'm really good on jeopardy. People think I'm actually smart. You get it. I do it. I was on the big celebrity big brother life feats. All of all the things. I just. Wine me on Orosa mean. Evil like straight up. Like, smart scary and evil evil and grazie. And smart. It's scary. I wanted to hide her by vomit. You shouldn't be reading to how come you didn't touch other people's stuff because I took James jeans, and then I got triple gun. Speaking of James. Yeah, guys. Okay. He's fine. I just don't want to live with them ever again in my life. I I like him. I hope the best things for him. But I don't want to live with any of those people except for maybe. Ari ari? Right. Wonderful. I would kill Mersa talking so much. I would kill Ross for over thinking and chewing on his lip. It's just you know, what he is in his head and is trying to put on oh, he's trying to do something. I was like stop chew at your. Or whatever that thing. He does. All right perfect. So anyone can and congratulations to engage. No, right. Like grown up. I know Gerard Butler on circumcise. Frenchie? Met him once very handsome together. Don't you? Remember we were at the day bar day drinking after brunch that day when you got real turnt down with me. It was you with might to Ozzy friends, and you had to go home and Uber because you could barely talk. He was up the EPLP's. No there we literally bumped into each other those rough day for me that was rough. They trying to go out go. You gotta go home. Yeah. That was rough. So you've twice you probably don't remind remember that the first time I met him was in New York at something. Okay. And he's quite like we had we have stood out. Yeah. He's the quite charming like if I didn't I hadn't already been there. I totally would have gotten there. I would go there. But I think everyone would go in. I'm in bender pump. Perfect. But in the most diabolical evil way interesting. Yeah, it's hard. She's she really is intoxicating until you figure out that you're caught up in a web spiders going to eat you at the end of the day. It's black widow. Wow. They eat their babies. She ate me. A lot of people now Jake teddy she ate Renna. She ate. Yes. Wow. She's queen. Wow. Dan, you gotta respect that. She can do that. Even though I know I don't respect it. But I mean other people from far, right? She just she up and not. So you swallow you fuck. Yeah. Scary. Like a viper. Yeah. Making the granting shoe to be good. That's a liberty. She would never do it. 'cause she would love shopping good. She'd be good when she told you she can speak French in pay glutton. You have to really think that fucking through. I can barely do it English. Right. Like turn to. Oh same. Yeah. So EPLP. You didn't see Gerard? But he was. I had to send her ass home. I know one more Trump orange. Really? Yeah. I just yuck. I just it's not my jam. But that people don't we talk politics will was really like political and one this is like pop culture politics in terms of like how you feel. I was watching Marsha Evans live and the guy from one of the guys from Korea queer eye for the straight guy was on it Jonathan Venice, long hair or exactly the hot one. I'm have a crush on this one taught. He's the hairdresser. He's like. He made a name for him. That was perfect. It was like bronze ZOA or some hilarious. But it was good. It's something like that. I love Jonathan. He's hilarious. Sweet the nicest I want to be. I remember anyone's names. I just know that they look like, right? So there's Antony the I know the cooking one cooking one. I don't know girl hot. Yeah. Yeah. Are you watching you probably not watching drag race? Are you? I am. Okay. I didn't know. That's a weird subject to kind of mill because it's getting no because it's Ross he's on my show. You not weird for you. I'll be honest with you gotta be weird. So when all stars. And I was gonna talk about drag race when all stars aired. I think it was the Friday before when I saw you at brunch and got my friend Manila was there, and I'm back on him and stuff like that. So I it was hard for me to watch all stars because everything was fresh. Yeah. SO I watched it anyway because I enjoy the show. I think it's one of the best shows on TV in terms of tapping on them in terms of everyone being happy and the diversity of it and great art of everything. Right. And it's hilarious. But now watching the new seasons he's eleven I love it. I call it appointment television. I have to be like out of our watching them with other gays or at home watching it. Do you realize that the show is so popular I watched it all the time that VH one? Did you get the flash up? Oh, yeah. They're so smart the gave pay for the gays winning the H one. I don't pay for that. It's not right. I know. I was like why is this? This happens the entire fucking episode. I'm gonna lose my mind. And I said, okay, breathe. It's like every five minutes. And then it was like I'm gonna have to buy another channel. Right. Well, that's true. That's what you're gonna have to do all the gay bars are going to have to do to fucking smart. And I wish they weren't. Right. But I like I love that show. I love it. I think it's really witty humor is great and his people are so talented, and it's just amazing. I love it. I wish I could be about it makes me want to be a better girl. Right. It really does too. Get I need to get ready. More often, he put some fucking Coban and get my ass out of the house. It's like it doesn't want to be better. And I gotta see my work every week which proud of your work styled Ross for both of the seasons. Oh god. I didn't know that. Yeah. So they you still styling. I haven't been asked. That's weird. I think I think I will. We'll see I don't know. That would be weird. It's gonna it's. Yeah. It's weird right now they weird with me. I know, but it might be word for his new bay. Oh, I don't know. I don't know. Exactly. I wouldn't like I wouldn't want you styling my man, if you guys used to be married really, do you think leeann would let me style Eddie? No. But I want to I'm just saying make it make sense. I don't know I'm fine with everything I like a big happy family like give them a job. Good to you. You look great on the show that he does look great it through. They got. It's it's one of the Finnish shows to do though. And it's who. Who never invited me on? I was gonna say have you been on? No. And I know route we go way back. I feel like you would be a great challenge. There needs to be a housewife's challenge where drag queens dressed like their favorite housewives. But you're the surprise guest, and they all have to go against you. It's an acting challenge. God I can't act. You just have to be you. They have to like. They didn't even know that they were like Mariah crowed or more is fans, but their lambs. Yeah, they didn't know that. But they they have to choose a favorite house. I'd like to know who I am if they don't know fucking about the lamb. They'll no they'll know I think it'd be fun much because they didn't know lambs bothered me. Right. Yeah. You you have to know that you just be a good like challenge for like the thing for the day judge people. And then you can judge afterwards. That was I was so excited to this. Game show that I can't really talk about. Because all ready got in trouble for talking about it last time. I who skipped to judge you. But that's not what it turned out to be. Oh, they never mind. The judge ten. I was to say we can't talk. Right. But it was I was so excited because how fun is it? Like, I was watching world of dance just to judge people or like, did you ever do fashion? Police. I did not I feel like very like, I don't know. I guess I I'm telling then I used to wear I used a model not I'm not like a huge. You know, what you're used to help me for my book cover Nova. I feel like you have an opinion. And with those shows you have to integrate pop culture with expertise. But you also know that's oh, this kind of caller, and I would be that person you'd be like q. I don't like it. Exactly. And that's what makes the balance she looks like a proper things. But it got to the point where everyone knew what kind of button it was. And I didn't know, and I was like can't watch us feel stupid. But no, you don't have like, I just think you would be a good voice in realm like that. I'm creating. Crosscourt for. I think I was with now I wasn't with Ross I the Oscars ABC, and I was the fashion person, which is kind of hilarious. I was just like like it. Don't like it like it. It's a mess. But at that time, no one was saying anything negative. There was one person that was willing to go in right all day, everyday will you 'cause it's all opinion base. Exactly. Just because I don't like it doesn't mean it, obviously. She's she loves it. She's wearing it. Right. Somebody's gonna like it. But it doesn't blow your, Nope. But you know, it is that would be fun. I do I definitely have an opinion. I just don't know the special names of everything that's fine. That's what producers are for. Yeah. My producers looking at me right now, and your producer and saying we need to wrap it up. Oh, okay. I think today really good. Except for the fact that I'm dizzy as fuck. Wow. Didn't even have a drink. I know you said you were going to bring wine, and I was like don't I don't feel. I have to dry, I know acrylics go I'm gonna go by the nails 'cause I use all the fives and sixes. Listen together, all you girls there and you break nail because our way too all right now wage along dangerous, I fix you do side hustle. Call me. So we're gonna take a really quick break. And we're gonna come back with. Hi. A yoga CJ and me Paris. Not talk less. This week on. 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A Tell-All Memoir and an NDA

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A Tell-All Memoir and an NDA

"Approach. Listener support W N Y C studios. This week the latest in the Gina of tell all memoirs from former White House staffers bookstores team vipers my five hundred extraordinary days in the Trump White House is by cliff SIMS it was either a key player as director of message strategy or as Trump tweeted this week, quote, nothing more than a gopher the book. Of course is a landfill of trash ender on his full Mukalla licks at one point. Sam says he was called to Kellyanne Conway's office to write a statement to the press defending her against charges of leaking while I'm sitting on her laptop her apple laptop in her office tight trying to type this up. And she forgets that she's sitting at her desk typing on her iphone, which is seat to her computer. And and I'm watching her talk to reporter after reporter and trash colleagues and even not painting the president very favorable light. And basically I'm supposed to be. In writing a statement defending her against exactly what she's doing in very moment. Yielding also, of course, the requisite non denial denials. Conway has already responded. She gave a statement to Vanity Fair. She wrote the real leakers get much more positive press than I do while. It's rare I prefer my people from the front so they can see it coming. Even as SIMS toward the morning shows the late shows and the everything else shows Trump campaign COO Michael Glasner was threatening to sue him for violating a nondisclosure agreement. Sim says he remembers signing some paperwork, but doesn't remember if there was an NDA in there? And anyway, as other lawyers have since chimed in there is a stablishment precedent that would make it very hard for the campaign to silence, a former federal employee the subject of NDA's comes up a lot for people in Trump's orbit, which is why the team at Trump Inc produced here at our station. WNYC did whole episode on the topic. This is the videotape deposition of Donald Trump taking the case in twenty ten. Donald Trump sits down for a deposition in a law office in midtown Manhattan. He's being sued by buyers and Trump branded building the topic of secrecy comes up. Joe's very important because I don't want my competitors to know my deals. I don't want them to see what deal on making Tampa. What deal I making in Panama what deal making a New York what deal making throughout the world. So we have confidentiality in many of our deals if not all I mean, you'd have to ask as we've all come to learn Donald Trump cares. A lot about confidentiality in his business deals in his political life, and with women you've heard of stormy Daniels, the adult film after who says she had an affair with Trump as the twenty sixteen campaign, drew to a close she was paid to keep quiet. He said that it was great. He had a great evening. And it was nothing. Like, he expected that I really surprised earlier this year stormy Daniels. Decided to speak to sixty minutes. According to the Wall Street Journal, President Trump personally directed the legal response to stormy Daniels, even his business and his son Eric involved the message if you don't keep his secrets hill. Make you pay. This applies to a lot of people who work for Trump and some capacity, including people who didn't allege intimate relationships like Jessica Denson who worked on his campaign. She wasn't one of the big names. She started in the data department moved onto Hispanic outreach. We found a teeny recording of her from a local TV station in Colorado during the campaign Denson Brown eyes, Brown hair dressed in crisp business attire is defending Trump against critics and the audience with all due respect to all of them. I think that their presence was not necessarily unbiased the reason I'm telling you about her. She's in a confidentiality fight with the Trump campaign right now, not quite a year ago. She files a case in New York state court. She's representing herself saying her co workers on the Trump campaign bullied and harassed her. She says one of them had referred to her as his sheep. And the Trump campaign has an unusual reaction to her lawsuit. It says by making these. Claims and a public court case Denson has breached the confidentiality agreement. She signed the campaign demands one point five million dollars. It denies the charges harassment the five page confidentiality agreement which is now in the public record says dancing cannot reveal any confidential information about Donald Trump or any of his family including his five children. Don, jR, Ivanka Eric, Tiffany and Barron. It says she can't demean or disparage publicly the company or anyone in Trump's family. It even says, she can't talk. If she's legally required to for example in another lawsuit without notifying the campaign if that happens, she has to help Trump prevent any information from getting out the last paragraph says this whole agreement lasts forever. It's extremely reared. This is Nancy Erica Smith who represented former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson in her sexual harassment suit against Roger Ailes. Smith has been handling cases. Like this for thirty eight. Years most non disclosure agreements are when we bring a claim of discrimination or harassment and the employer wants to settle them. But as a condition of settling they want my client to agree not to describe what happened to her. But she says having to sign them to get a job that is highly unusual, especially in a political campaign. This is the kind of thing you would expect when you bring a nanny into your home to see, you know, your most personal life experiences. Smith says they're good business reasons for company, she -ality other companies have property -ality agreements, meaning important things. Like, what's our strategy trade secrets competitive information that sort of thing lots of companies, lots of celebrities have them Trump. He's not just a celebrity. He's not just a businessman. He's those things and he's the president with a long history of working to keep people silent. Hello. And welcome to Trump can open investigation from WNYC and propublica that digs deep and how the president's business works, and who might be profiting from the Trump administration. I'm Andrea Bernstein merits before we take trumping any further we have to talk about the thing that makes reporting on Trump different from reporting on other US presidents. It's not just that. The Trump organization is a closely held private business or that Trump hasn't released his tax returns. It's that Trump has worked really hard often in hidden ways to protect and shape, his reputation, I'm dealing with this right now, I am reporting story, which I hope to bring to you sometime soon where every source who knows anything about this particular matter of public interest and importance as far as I can tell all of them have signed a confidentiality agreement this insistence uncomfortable. She -ality pervades even the White House. The Washington Post has reported dozens of. Government employees were asked to sign confidentiality agreements, although these ones are particularly questionable a little later this episode, we'll talk with Ronan Farrow of the New Yorker journalist with the black belt and getting past secrecy clauses. Because obviously, they're not airtight. We know a lot of alleged detail about Trump's personal life. But first, let's talk about how Trump got us to this point. Donald Trump fail to come up with a thirty million dollar debt payment on bonds used to finance that some castle casino in nineteen ninety Trump is buffeted by what his refer Wayne Barrett called twin cataclysms won his Atlantic City casinos face bankruptcy and his creditors are circling to. He's divorcing his wife. Thirteen years. Ivana Trump has been having a secret affair with an actress named Marla Maples. It's a logistical feat. Trump security detail has been shuttling Maples in and out of Trump properties. So she innovative don't mean inevitably they do. Now, the New York tabloids on the story headline the New York Post Friday, February sixteen best sex. I've ever had photo. Donald with a you gummy smile. It went on like this for months to get a rescue from the banks Trump needs to settle his chaotic in public divorce. His brand pens on Yvonne deal says. She can't talk about their marriage period lesson. Lert protect your image and protect your business after Trump's casino Maghreb Z big banks don't wanna lend to him anymore. So he starts to shift his business model from building tall towers to licensing his name controlling how people think of that name matters more than ever or colleague pewter Elkins over propublica told me this extraordinary story about a proposed condo tower. Trump got involved with in two thousand five in Tampa, Florida. It was announced initially as a Donald J Trump's signature property. Also spoke of being a partner in the project and it being his project and the message delivered to prospective buyers with Trump was developer and partner and Trump actually said things to the press that conveyed the impression explicitly to local press. He spoke of the deal being so hot and so good that while he has less than an ownership stake of fifty percent. He did have a substantial stake and he wanted to increase it. But as partners would let him do. So because units were selling so well. I feel like the next thing. You're going to tell me is that none of that was true. None of that was true. He at known ship stake whatsoever. He was simply licensor, but the people who are buying the units had no idea so Trump and the developer actually wanted to keep their buyers in the dark. It's an document the brand licensing agreement which came to light when unit buyers sued Trump on page fifteen. There's a one paragraph confidentiality agreement that says without the written consent of the other party unless required by law. They will not under any circumstances disclose or permit to be disclosed the existence of this agreement or any of its contents Danny persons for entities for any purpose whatsoever. So neither Trump nor the developers can tell people that Trump is not a developer here. It is during this legal dispute that Trump gives a deposition saying as you heard right of the beginning of this story, quote confidentiality is. Very important to me later. He's asked why the license agreement? Also describes Trump as quote, wiser worldwide renowned builder and developer developer wise that putting these agreements because we want them to know that we have very important reputation, and we don't want them to screw up. And so it's a way of putting in writing with the party who you're going to license your name to your reputation is important thing. And we want them to do a good job. Okay. Tower in Tampa is never built Trump eventually settles with the buyers all of this plays out. Trump. Staging an epic comeback on the apprentice playing successful businessman, and now America's John. Draw in our first season of trumping. We got a fascinating tip from someone who worked on the show about catering on the set of the apprentice, we could never confirm it. There was a confidentiality agreement. The White House and the Trump campaign didn't respond to our request for comments. But in an Email statement, a spokesperson for the Trump organization said it's common practice for high profile companies, such as the Trump organization to require employees and business partners to sign confidentiality agreements as a means of protecting against the unauthorized dissemination of both personal and proprietary information. Now, the people who signed these agreements find themselves limited in their ability to speak publicly about the man who is now president of the United States. There's at least one case we know of where company, and she -ality went beyond protecting the value of Trump's brand it had to do with the criminal investigation in Manhattan before Trump was president. It's eight years ago, Donald Trump and his children, Ivanka Don, jR, are sued by group of buyers in the Trump, SoHo condo hotel in lower Manhattan. The buyer say that Trump's misled them, the Trump say, it's a case of buyer's remorse. The civil suit raises a red flag in the Manhattan District attorney's office. Prosecutors there think they might actually have a criminal case. But before prosecutors can finish the criminal investigation the buyers settle and there's a catch as part of the agreement. The buyers affirm that they will no longer willingly cooperate with the district attorney. Here's their lawyer. Adam Lightman Bailey talking with NPR's Kelly mcevers about his settlement with the Trump organization. Obviously, we found other things in stuff. I can't talk about. It when I settled the case they asked for confidentiality, right? So they were like you found some stuff out. But if we're going to settle with you, you can't talk about about, right? Is that confidentiality agreement forever? Yes. I'm still not I still haven't talked about it Elliott. And I reported on this case last year. You should look it up. Suffice it to say after the civil settlement Trump's personal lawyer makes a donation to the Manhattan DA there's a lot of legal back and forth. Trump's argue what they did was puffery not a crime with the buyer. Silence to the DA drops the case. All this was before the twenty sixteen election, a lot of stuff that voters might have wanted to know about only came to light after Trump was elected. So he enters the race with all these invisible. Gags on the people around him campaign staff have these confidentiality agreements so do transition staff and people planning his inauguration and people now working in the White House. Here is Kellyanne Conway, we have confidentiality we miss the west wing. Absolutely. We do. And why wouldn't mean, by the way, the fact that you're Washington Post says new employees at the White House are no longer being asked to sign the commentators defense. Trump on TV some of them have these agreements to for a while after he was fired for Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski was still being paid by the campaign where he had a non disparagement agreement also being a paid contributor for CNN, and this is still going on. And maybe I'll do Trump translation, rob Asterio. Paid CNN contributor was recently called out on this CNN anchor. Poppy, Harlow, okay. I just need to note that you work on the Trump twenty twenty advisory committee, and they're for you have signed an NDA that includes non-disparagement clause, which so you can't you can't really tell me. Then if I mean, you really don't believe the president's own worth robusta Reno is still a paid contributor. A number of White House ex employees have gone on to be paid by entities that support Trump like his campaign or political action committee as is so often the case with Trump. There's a twist in one instance, that we know about the offer of job seemed to come with strings attached. I'm Orosa medical Newman. Yeah. We know released to tape in August. When she was exiting the White House. I'm Orosa had a call with the Trump campaign official, Laura tra- wife of Eric daughter-in-law of Donald. I'm Rosa recorded. The Call Laura Trump said in paraphrasing. It sounds like you've got something in your back pocket. If you come to work for the next Trump campaign will wanna keep things positive then she makes her. Hind Dwayne out. We work something out. Where would you rate along does? Mommy. Only the numbers talking about. Rendering? Dahlie, Joel Brandt. Omarosa didn't take the offer. Now, she has a bestselling book. The Trump campaign is seeking millions in fines for violating her confidentiality agreement. Laura Trump called the tape of fraud. So we've been surveying the landscape of Trump and secrecy we began with Ivana Marla and Trump sex life. And that's where we are again today in August. I was in a courtroom in lower Manhattan. Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen in charcoal suit and yellow tie frequently stopping to say was pleading guilty. He said he'd committed crimes by keeping information that could be harmful to Trump out of the public on or about the summer of two thousand sixteen Cohen said in coordination with and at the direction of candidates for federal office by and the CEO of a media company at the request of the candidate worked together to keep an individual with information that would be harmful to the candidate. And to the campaign from publicly disclosing this information without using any of their names Cohen explained that number one he paid stormy Daniels to keep quiet and number two. Two. He got the National Enquirer to pay Karen McDougal for the rights to her story without the intention of running. It the latter practices known as catch and kill. Trump denies extramarital affairs with the women. There is audio of Trump and Michael Cohen talking about how to buy McDougal silence. She's the former playboy playmate who says Trump struck up a relationship shortly after his son Barron was born Cohen recorded this conversation in September twenty sixteen. I you'll hear Cohen then trim. I need to open up a company for the transfer of all of that info regarding friend, David. So that I couldn't do that right away. I've actually come up and I've spoken to Alan Weisselberg about how to set the whole thing up. David here is David pecker CEO of the national enquirers parent company. Alan Weisselberg is the Trump organization's chief financial officer Cohen is saying the shell company. He's setting up can be used to make payments to the inquirer to suppress McDougal story funding. Yes. And all the stuff all the stuff because you never know where that company what he's going to be correct. It sounds like Trump is saying if something happens to the publisher of the National Enquirer Trump's information may not be safe. Correct. So I'm I'm all over that. And I spoke to Alan about it when it comes to for the finance, which will be listening. We'll have to. I got nothing for many years the National Enquirer kept Donald Trump secrets in a safe. This is not a metaphor. But an actual locked box containing stories that could be harmful to him and records of hush money payments, five sources confirmed the safe's existence these Associated Press all of them spoke anonymously because they too have confidentiality agreements. Despite all these efforts, people are speaking out in a minute. The New Yorker journalist who's challenging the paradigm of secrecy. We'll be right back. Confidentiality agreements legal settlements catch and kill all of them create an enormous barrier to truth telling around Trump, but it turns out people do wanna talk. There's a journalist at the New Yorker who's made an artifice. He's been kinda busy lately. But we got him on the phone during a break in cavenaugh Senate testimony. Hello. Hello. Andrea. Hi ronin. How're you? Ronan Farrow is one of the reporters who's contributed the most to our understanding of the culture of sex, power and secrecy and how prominent people use confidentiality agreements to control information, he wanna poster prize for his reporting on Harvey Weinstein. So then you start looking into President Trump and his use of silence. So can you just tell us a little bit about how you came to do that. And what you encountered I personally. Alie stumbled into this through a very direct route from reporting I did on Harvey Weinstein who was using the National Enquirer to acquire damaging information about opponent. And also to suppress damaging information about him. And it was through that circle of sources around the National Enquirer that it became apparent very quickly that this wasn't just Harvey Weinstein using tactics. This wasn't just a Hollywood tactic. This was something that Donald Trump did pretty regularly. Now, there's an important difference here with Harvey Weinstein. The damaging information was about alleged sexual assault in the Donald Trump. Karen McDougal case, it's about an alleged consensual affair wouldn't compare that to except to say in this one specific respect they were both using the same playbook of working with a tabloid outlets to manipulate ends. Depress. Have you done reporting? Or are you aware of reporting about how Donald Trump established this relationship with the inquirer? He and David Hecker have a longstanding relationship pecker is the publisher of the Enquirer relationship that Donald Trump had the gossip media in general extends back decades. You know, we we've obviously heard the accounts of Donald Trump using fake voices identities to call reporters, he's a person who for many many years has been engaged in this game of manipulating the press. You know, both the efforts to suppress items and also the efforts to plant items that were favorable cuff used to use the name John barren when he called reporters pretending to be his own PR man, but David pecker became one of his closest on in that respect. And you know, in our first story about the efforts of the press Karen McDougal's account for their with Trump. Through the National Enquirer. We talked to a number of employees who described Trump's very cozy very close relationship with Packers. When you spoke to her, then she told you I'm afraid to even say his name. Yes. It was her first on the record interview about the subject in that article, but she remains very fearful of legal retaliation and spoke extremely carefully at that point. Karen McDougal signed a contract that she felt barred her from talking to the press and indeed the records of those contracts support that at the time of the elections, Karen McDougal was effectively Gad in legal terms subsequently. There was an amendment to her agreements that allowed on paper anyways, some exemptions. But our understanding along the way was that behind the scenes, even as am I pointed to that exception and said, hey, we're not gagging. Anyone? Their lawyers were still engaged in an effort to intimidate and silence. It didn't work McDougal told her story. And you know, I wish I could take credit for that. I think that that really is down to Karen McDougal becoming convinced that this was an issue of national significance as time went on. And that the public should be aware after Ronin published his piece something important happened. Mcdougal got back the right to tell her story, but she'd been silenced during the campaign. It was not the only way the Enquirer helped shape perceptions of Trump in the eyes of a lot of sources we talked to from around the National Enquirer, Donald Trump had a profound degree of influence over the coverage that AM I and the Enquirer did in general, Maxine page, one of the employees that we talked to talked about the leverage that pecker had over a lot of celebrities other employees, Jerry, George said quote. We never printed a word about Trump without his approval, the political ramifications of that are pretty significant. Have you done any reporting on what else is in that vault at AM? I I have and I cannot comment on any recording. I haven't published. There may be people in the Trump administration who would keep the president secrets without signing a loyalty. Oh that is how it's always worked in Washington in this administration. Dozens of White House aides were told to sign nondisclosure agreements. NDA's? That's according to the Washington Post, these government employees paid by the tax payers who were asked to sign what the post calls gret picking broad agreements. It's very very rare that you see government agencies or actors requiring people to pledge themselves to secrecy outside of the context of classified information. This is Heidi Cottrer, a professor at the university of Minnesota law school under an expert on first amendment and whistle blower law. The supreme court has made quite clear that information about government and politics and policy. What they sometimes some up as matters. Public concern is really at the core of the first amendment, and for that reason, the notion that somebody might be subject to criminal or civil damages for sharing non classified information about government is pretty anathema to most of the case law could trust her says for this reason non-disparagement agreements made during the campaign may also violate the first amendment because the agreements never expire. And I think the reason for that is that otherwise you'd be driving a huge hole through the first amendment. If you could knowing that one day, you might run for office have people sign non-disparagement agreements that they'll never say a bad word about you know, wing that those will cover your time in office could trust her says, even if these secrecy clauses are on such shaky legal ground that they'd be bounced out of court if they were challenged, well, many people are not going to want the hassle or emot-. Shnell strain of being threatened. And instead, they'll say, well, you know, what I'll just refrain from saying anything that would be deemed a breach of confidentiality or if there's a non-disparagement clause. I'll just refrain from saying anything that might even come close to being critical because I'm afraid I'll get sued. The framers of the constitution wanted people to be able to criticize the president. It's an important check on presidential power, nondisclosure agreements can get in the way of that. And I think that these indie as particularly in so far as they would seek to bar not just breaching confidentiality. But saying anything that cuts against the official White House line. I think that's deeply concerning. It really cuts at the heart of why we protect speech. Coming up on Trump Inc. Going to drain. Soi? Decades value in Washington and decades of special interest, dealing must and will come to an end. The president is under a prime minister and casino. Trump ink is produced by Meg Kramer, the associate producer is Alice wilder Bill moths is the technical director original music. Composed by Hans Brown. Charlie Herman and Eric humanity. Are the editors we had helped episode from Peter L kind captain Sullivan. Jacob Pearson in Arianna Tobin at propublica, Robin fields as Republicans managing editor Jim Schachter as vice president for news at WNYC and Steve Engelberg is the editor in chief at propublica special. Thanks to Kelly mcevers and NPR's podcast embedded the type of adamant unveiling. That's fascinating. I know you either do or don't have a nondisclosure agreement which if he didn't have a nondisclosure agreement. Do you have a nondisclosure agreement to high you can't say whether you have a nondisclosure agreement. But if you didn't have a nondisclosure agreement, Hugh, most certainly could say, I don't have a nondisclosure agreement. Yes. You're SIS mart gem. Thank you very much. Okay.

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Todd Pletcher Interview - March 6, 2020

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

12:42 min | 1 year ago

Todd Pletcher Interview - March 6, 2020

"Joined now by trainer Todd Pletcher. He'll take three shots at his sixth win. In the signature event down at the Oldsmar Florida Oval Tomorrow. Todd pletcher. Welcome to read Brin Radio sometime today. Top thank you. What do you think this racist? Been such a good spot for your horses. This time of year. Well I think someone asked me the other day. You're going for your six. Yeah that's great but I think I've lost like twelve. What do you what what? What about the timing of this race? You've had a ton of success in his race. In fact a super saver finished. Third Twenty ten and he'd go onto your first Kentucky Derby so not only. Do you have to doesn't necessarily mean you have to win it. You've just had a ton of success. Prepping your horses in with empathy Derby. Well I think the one thing about it is on the calendar. It's in a really good spots Now gives you an opportunity to run back in a month? And no I did the wood or the blue grass if You need another week like we did with super saver. Get the Arkansas. Derby is a possibility. WanNa run back in three weeks. You've got the Florida Derby. So it's positioned really well on the calendar. It's in a good spot and I think Tampa has a great surface. It's a good place to get legged up move forward into another spot and You know we've we've been forced to not only with Tampa Derby horses but we took always dreaming there. You know as a main in one there we took you know row there as a in ran into one of the. Dan Took Magnum Moon there and ran into one of them so they do a great job. There Alison Deluca. Terrific racing. Secretary does a great job of setting up the races and You know it's just it's a it's a really good place to to get young young horses ready to move onto to the big dances. You're hoping to get to. You mentioned the surface todd and we always hear about how quirky Tampa Bay downs can be. How's it different from Gulfstream and from from some of the other services you run your horses on Day in and day out and you have to train them a little differently when you're getting ready to ship down old war. I think it's it's probably gotten a little bit of a bad rap on in terms of the Quirky surface. I mean I think it's like a lot of surfaces. Some more says like in more than others being Orosa even though we ran him there three times he didn't particularly love it Especially seem to struggle on the turns a little bit but People seem to think of it as like maybe a deeper tracker closer track. We're actually tends to Kinda favorite horses at WanNa run close to the pace so You know I think. Generally it's a very safe surface. It's a very good surface to leg horses off Not everyone loves it but they seem to come out of it well and move forward coming off of it and You know ultimately that's what you're looking to do at this stage of the game. Ten years ago you won your First Kentucky Derby with Super Saver He finished third in this Tampa Bay. Derby talked me a little about that and You mentioned getting into the Arkansas Derby. How important do you think that run on? The ten baby was for his Derby victory. it was. It was huge. I mean we were. We were struggling to get on course you know basically throughout the the winter and early spring and you know a lot of people say that in order to be successful in the Kentucky Derby you need to have everything go perfectly all winter and spring and I can tell you first Handley. That is not the case. Nothing seemed to go smoothly for super sabre throughout the winter Even after we got sort of a good race into him in the Tampa Derby he got sick in between the Tampa Derby and what. We were projecting to go to the woods. Missed a few days training had to come up with plan B and ended up going to the Arkansas Derby so Tampa huge getting them. Getting them you know. Start under his belt and and ultimately getting ready for the Arkansas Derby and then you know it was a case in in his part that really from the time that we got to the Arkansas Derby to the Kentucky Derby everything went perfectly. We had a really great three weeks and You know the three months prior to that where we're tough. We were always trying to play catch up and get on schedule and we're fortunate everything up so into place at exactly the right time you won. You've won five of these Tampa Bay derbys like we said I won back in two thousand four with Lime House last one in two thousand. Seventeen with tapper. You've won two derbies in the last ten years Kentucky Derbies What what's the same? What's different in your approach to preparing a Kentucky Derby Horse now as opposed to fifteen or sixteen years ago online house Grabbed the money in this event in. Oh four I mean I think. Probably the biggest difference is that we don't run as often as we used to and No Lime House. Really good horsing up finishing forcing the Kentucky Derby WanNa Hutchison when the Tampa. Derby was a rank quite a few times as a two year. Old I think today is worse. You have to coddle a little more space races out a little more and You know sometimes you can. You can arrive too soon. New can get ready to soon. You can be peaking in January or February. Obviously the goal is to peak and in the first on the first Saturday in. May So we try to manage it that way when we know we have one early enough. That's good enough to do that. But in some cases sometimes you know you're just you're playing it by each worse schedule and so you know. Everyone's always trying to compare previous years or previous horses that ran in the Derby in years past to the ones that are running this year and every year is different. You know I mean. Sometimes you have horses that maybe you take a justify for example. That didn't break his main February. Eighteenth and you know I'm not. I'm sure that wasn't Bob's plan. A It's just the hand that was dealt and you know he did a great job of working round that and then You know I think even with American Pharaoh. He was open to be ready a little sooner and always dreaming. We were fortunate enough to kind of think we had a derby horse in December and we kinda worked his schedule around getting there and peaking at the right time which we were able to do but you know the point is every year is different. Every horse is different. You get one crack at it with a with a three year old and you gotTa make the best of it. But you can't necessarily draw on what you did with a horse in you know five years ago and apply it to one that you're trying to get ready for this year all right. Let's run through the three contenders you have tomorrow and I WANNA still Ask you briefly about the news. This week Take overshadow horses from humane care. Mclachlan Texas swing breaks from the Rail Javier Castellano rides Saana curling. He has like you mentioned. You know you like to get those horses over this course and you've had a Lhasa. He broke his maiden here at Tampa back on February. Eighth broke his main there on Sam Davis Day and we went there with the reason that we wanted to stretch him out around. Two turns thought he ran very well figure suggests it was a good race That being said it's a step up in class There are some more experienced more seasoned horses in here We like what we've been seeing in. Kurla world-class stallion read to run longer. Got a lot of things working for him. is doing well training. Well good strong healthy kind of three year old that you like. I like what I'm seeing in terms of physical development just You know my biggest concern is just enough seasoning at this stage. You know it's third. Start to step up against some horses that You know have have a few more races under their belt. John Alaska Hasbro Texas swing last time John Velazquez road market analysis. He's GonNa break from post five. Did you give Johnny options to which one of these derided you make assignment? He stays with market analysis. Who broke his maiden first time out? Going seven eighths always impressive an impressive feat over at Gulfstream Park. Yeah love the way ran. Horse has been training really really well. Tall TALL ASS. The go from seven furlong made into a mile and a sixteenth grade steak You know tough call for Johnny likes both horses. A lot can't ride to so You know that's the way he went but You know love the way. Both horses are training and You know could could come down to who gets better trip out of the two in Finally the maiden unrighteous It's not something you do. Liquors go on Joe. Bravo's Andy Reid for the first time. He's a big pressure usually take a more conservative approach. But you got this son of violence and you know plenty about violence This ran really well behind spa city. Who's probably GONNA BE? A quarter has price in this race tomorrow for Karen Talk to me about this. This ambitious placing love the way trained for before his debut. A little disappointed as I start. Run BETTER CAME BACK. Trained really well ran a great race again. Spa City those two separated themselves. I think maybe thirteen fourteen links ahead of the third place horse Lewis is is rhythm worked on a lot likes him commented and afterwards he felt like he had more horror. She was a little shy of SPA city in front of him Felt like you needed. Blinkers worked back in. Blinkers works while Actually my biggest concern is this that we're backing up to a mile and a sixteenth and You know I think ultimately wants to run longer but Talented horse when we liked a lot. That's never afraid to take a shot and We felt like you know. It's KINDA CRUNCH TIME. You get a step up now or running out of time so we got to see where we are speaking around the time. We have a couple of minutes. Left WanNa talk to you about the news this week. Taken overshadow horses from hearing McLaughlin. Who is going to become? Lewis is is You here in a very closely had the pleasure of both you guys have our BCC a fundraiser Saratoga last summer With wealthy families The couple of things carrying his said The working for democracy families at dream and one hundred percent of the trainers in the world want to train for the mccombs and that he would love nothing more that the hand the Kentucky Derby Trophy to the mocking family churchill downs. Those two statements and I'm sure Karen is expressed those to you. Personally you've you've heard them publicly What is that doing your approach taking a job like this. You know first of all. I'm very grateful for the opportunity from from Chadwell and Karen played a big part in that and having known Karen since nineteen eighty nine. When we were both working for Lucas. I know how much respect he has for Shaykh Muhammad shakes calm down You know tremendous opportunity for ham over the years and Very grateful to you. Know some point to get some of those horses and With with Cairns blessing and currency probably the most popular guy on the backside. I think He'll he'll do fantastic things with Louis. Sayas who's a young Fantastic rider again. A great person as well and so You know I'm just pleased to to get the opportunity all right. Well Todd actor some time today. Best of luck in your pursuit of Tampa Bay Derby win number six Oldsmar Florida. Take three swings on Saturday with the maiden unrighteous market analysis and Texas swing. Good luck. Thanks thanks happening.

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On the Road with Lovey (Part 1)

Come Fly With Me

15:00 min | 2 years ago

On the Road with Lovey (Part 1)

"I didn't think anything of jumping off this plane. Apparently, neither do the flight crew. This was before the days of TSA and the flight attendants seem satisfied with my departing explanation. I'll be right back. Don't leave. Nah, gun violence slow. Paradise and make it snappy tasted. Passengers we need another. Propel. Hello and welcome to come fly with me and other travel mischief, I'm John lamb dis. And these are my personal travel stories of adventure, mayhem foolishness and swinging through the jungle of life. Traveling with small children is the ultimate adventure the bags the bottles the bedding what we do for our kids. Like that time I jumped off a plane. On the road with love Artois. Levees? Maybe remember owner when you purchased for a child a love us that blanket doll rag toy that was ground zero for happiness and comfort without at a young child won't make a move much less at for day at the office or Gymboree the lovey, soft, touch and familiar smell was the touchstone for content. Young life way before there were cars clothes jewelry, iphones. There was the lovey. And to the parents of a child who loses her lovey in the tumbled of a family vacation. L half. No fury like a Levy loss. My daughter's lovey was a patch of white blanket. Cut down from a larger version trimmed with satin edges she appropriately named it. White white was small soft and traveled. Well, my daughter's preferred traveling arrangement was to rub the sadden edge against her vase sticking fingers in your mouth upside down, try it. It's not so easy. I just remember like it'd be really sauce and comforting and it was just just like the safe. This is nice. This is my little happy space with white her world was warm safe and available for nothing without it. The earth's Joe snapped open, and we all plunged into a whaling pit of horror a sudden descent family hill until white was located just the overwhelming panic and feeling of. Oh, okay. Nothing is ever going to be good again. I got my first taste of this baby terror after an outing at the local park. We were home just minutes when my toddler titled around the house calling out for her white in an instant picture catastrophe. I was supposed to be is on white that was my job and I had failed. Is met hers said gave her a big phony smile, I'm gonna go right out and get white and it only twenty six months old. She saw right through me. I had a sense can see the panic in your eyes and her eyes widened. She screamed I fled the house leaving her in better hands. Racing down the street. I was like the Terminator ruthlessly imaging environment. The sidewalk the grass the trees the rooftops everywhere for that ten by ten inch square upset needless. I had to find that lovey forget Apollo thirteen failure really wasn't an option. The prospect of facing an inconsolable wailing child was just too much to bear. There was no way I was going home without it. I was relatively young eyesight was still sharp preaching the park spotted white lying there alone unprotected and so small I couldn't believe my luck. The local blankie thieves had yet spotted it snatched up my child's lovey and fiercely clutching it returned home a hero. The whaling dissipated, the tears soon dried and the world was safe. Once again, the world has been righted the sense of order has been restored. However, the incident gave me a taste of the intense raw emotional trauma. I get expect to relive should. I be listened vigilant about white in the future. I swore an oath to myself to never let this happen again. But I am just a man. Both sounds of an inconsolable child. Now played in my mind as a friendly rummaged through her diaper bag nothing. No lovey and nothing under the airplane seats inter in front or behind us. We were at Miami International Airport. And this flight was almost done boarding. I looked down at her. She was peacefully asleep. But no debt wakeup somewhere over Kansas and all three hundred of us would have hell to pay especially me. This had been a fun trip to Florida to visit grandma and grandpa now threatened to become an aviation disaster. I jumped to my feet racing to the front of the plane dodging the last few stragglers now getting on board my destination the terminal where we had been playing with blocks dolls just moments before. I didn't think anything of jumping off this plane. Neither do the flight crew. This was before the days of TSA and the flight attendants seem satisfied with Mike departing explanation. I'll be right back. Don't leave. A race down the empty jetway skinny every inch of floor wall and ceiling for any sign of that bad bad blankie racing into the now empty waiting area again, click determinator mode imaging the place for a tiny square of satiny white. I could almost hear the gears behind my eyes zooming in and out pulling focus in opening wide to let in more light. But I saw nothing in my field of vision. Save some left behind cokes a pair of children's socks and a few newspapers, I try to reconstruct the spot where we had sat and played only moments ago. But now, absent the bodies and luggage, the empty space looked foreign. So I climbed on a chair to get a better view. And suddenly, my sense memory kicked in. I had been here before not at this terminal put in the situation climbing up scaling offense. In fact, all to locate and rescue white. It was all sickeningly familiar. Been several months earlier in close to her bedtime. She patted to her room dragging a big raggedy Ann with her imperious list. She ordered me to fetch her white. This was all routine just moments. I realize something was terribly wrong. A reconnoiter around the house confirmed the worst white had gone AWOL. But where quick search outside produced only damn blue, cookie monster. But no white. I reviewed the day. And then it hit me preschool. Somewhere. Deep in the bowels of golden bookstalls and trucks. They have precious lovey left behind in distractedly forgotten. For nighttime story had just begun. So I still had a small window before blankets absence would be noticed. Followed by a baby storm, sir. To change into a black turtleneck or the rest of my cat, burglar outfit. I raced to her preschool in just moments. I was scaling the fence. As I hold myself up. I took stock here. I was almost middle aged man scaling offense in the dark attempt to break into my daughter's preschool to try and locate her lovey. Got caught. But when I say, we believe me on the other hand what else could there be value in a preschool a rare issue cabbage? Patch doll. Leap from the fence. I landed at the front door and pulled up my dad flashlight now, I really looked like thief, or at least a cartoon thief. I have no memory of that. Because I was really little but I- constructed an image in my mind of it because I've been told that story so many times of just like you in the dead of night with a flashlight and proper mask like breaking into my school. I had heard there was a key hidden somewhere above the door and quickly located it clearly others had come this way before me more than likely around bedtime. You actually had to break into the because for some reason I had I thought like I had left it outside or something. I didn't even think about you having to break into the building. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Have actually get side. Inside. It was like a nighttime scene from Toy Story. Dozens of unblinking Dalai's fathered me in the dark, and like every movie I managed to step on a few squeaky toys and fire engine that almost landing on my ass. But I wasn't deterred the clock was ticking. I made an educated guess a headed toward the Cubbies. The only place a preschooler would entrust their most personal was precious belongings for what is it cubby after all but a child's first safe deposit box. I found her cubby ensure enough peaking back at me in the dark was shiny Kohner of her white just lying there. Waiting to be discovered. Head all the time in the world. I snatched the Aaron blankie and took off flying over the fence. Void by my triumph. We would all sleep. Well this night. I silently thanked the lovey gods. Which was who I was praying to now perched on a chairs getting the empty rows here at Miami International Airport, but these gods weren't responding to my newest entreaty getting bored with this routine. Could blame them let something so valuable out of my sight. This wasn't just another of my local misadventures we were now facing impending interstate and transcontinental crisis. I hop back to the floor and began jogging up and down the rows of chairs could someone of actually snatched it away. But why why? Over the PA voice announced the last call for flight. This was it. I had seconds to find this lovey Orosa. My family back to California without me and Blanke better for the two of us to missing. I remember waiting for you to come back. This sense of everything is crumbling and everything is scary. Terrible. Because I don't have my lovey with me. And it was that same sort of holding your breath like panic like I'm about to explode this dozen cohill. But also having total faith that you were going to fix it that you were gonna find her. The terminal a few more frantic looks as the lady at the gate wave me back to feed Scheffel toward her willing for the impossible to occur. She gave me a consoling. Shrug. And then I heard a child kraut swinging around spotted a toddler across the expanse running toward its parents holding white in its little grubby hands. Now, I cried out and spring toward them shouting. Hey, that's my lovey the dead looked at me startled. But he's so my panic and then in an instant he understood he gently took white from his child's hand. And we'll around heading toward me one dad with a lovey to another. It was like a movie all playing out in slow motion. The two dads running toward each other arms. Outstretched is wide the lovey slowly waving in the air. And then as Michelangelo painting or hands almost touching. The love drifted from him through the air and onto my fingertips are is met we smiled and nodded to each other. As only the parents of a toddler could understand. I'm sure my look of gratitude said it all as spun around now racing to the gate. All is saved. That was all so long ago. I wanted to ask my daughter what ultimately happened to white, but I was hesitant. I didn't want to stir up any sad memories. So Honey, do you? Remember, what happened to white? No. I don't know to reserve out. I've no fucking dancer. Okay. Thanks weeding. Do. Yeah. I love you love you. Okay. Bye. Partington bear blue dot sessions logo loco. Thanks to you, all and a big thanks and kissed to my mazing daughter lily who knows the value of good lovey. This is come fly with me and other travel mischief we've been adding more and more episodes. You're listening fun over at come fly dot net or you can subscribe on your favorite piloting next off to India. But one of the world's great hotels narrowly survives, an assault and fire. I'm Joan Larry's clutching, my blankie lovey Sochi and BankE for dear life and looking forward to traveling with you soon and then.

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The Business of Silence

Trump, Inc.

29:22 min | 3 years ago

The Business of Silence

"We're on the record. This is the video takes up position of Donald Trump. Taking the case in two thousand ten Donald Trump sits down for a deposition in a law office in midtown Manhattan. He's being sued by buyers and Trump rounded building. The topic of secrecy comes up gopher. Joe is very important because I don't want my competitors to know my deals. I don't want them to see what deal on making Tampa, what deal I make in Panama, what deal I'm making New York, what deal making throughout the world. So we have confidentiality in many of our deals if not all. I mean, you'd have to ask as we've all come to learn, Donald Trump cares a lot about confidentiality in his business deal in his political life and with women. You've heard of stormy Daniels the adult film actor who says she had an affair with Trump as the two thousand sixteen campaign drew to a close. She was paid to keep quiet. He said that it was great. He had a great evening and it was nothing like he expected that I really surprised earlier this year. Daniels decided to speak to sixty minutes according to the Wall Street Journal, President Trump, personally directed the legal response to stormy Daniels, even got his business and his son, Eric involved the message. If you don't keep his secrets, he'll make you pay. This applies to a lot of people who work for Trump in some capacity, including people who didn't allege intimate relationships like Jessica Denson who worked on his campaign. She wasn't one of the big names. She started in the data department, moved onto Hispanic outreach. We found a teeny recording of her from a local TV station in Colorado. During the campaign Denson Brown eyes, Brown hair dressed. In crisp, business attire is defending Trump against critics and the audience with all due respect to all of them. I think that their presence was not necessarily unbiased. The reason I'm telling you about her. She's in a confidentiality fight with the Trump campaign right now. Not quite a year ago. She files a case in New York state court. She is representing herself saying her co workers on the Trump campaign bullied and harassed her. She says, one of them had referred to her as his sheep and the Trump campaign has an unusual reaction to her lawsuit. It says by making these. Claims and a public court case Denson has breached the confidentiality agreement. She signed the campaign demands. One point, five million dollars. It denies the charges harassment. The five page confidentiality agreement which is now in the public record says, Denson cannot reveal any confidential information about Donald Trump or any of his family, including his five children Don Jr. Ivanka, Eric, Tiffany, and baron. It says she can't demean or disparage publicly the company or anyone in Trump's family. It even says she can't talk if she's legally required to, for example, in another lawsuit without notifying the campaign, if that happens, she has to help Trump prevent any information from getting out. The last paragraph says, this whole agreement lasts forever. It's weird. This is Nancy. Erica Smith who represented former Fox News anchor, Gretchen Carlson in her sexual harassment suit against Roger Ailes. Smith has been handling cases like this for thirty eight. Years, smallest nondisclosure agreements are when we bring a claim of discrimination or harassment, and the employer wants to settle them. But as a condition of settling, they want my client to agree not to describe what happened to her. But she says, having designed them to get a job that is highly unusual, especially in a political campaign. This is the kind of thing you would expect when you bring a nanny into your home to say, you know your most personal life experiences. Smith says they're good business reasons for company. She -ality other companies have property -ality agreements, meaning important things like what's our strategy, trade secrets, competitive information, that sort of thing. Lots of companies and lots of celebrities have them that Trump. He's not just a celebrity. He's not just a businessman. He's those things, and he's the president with a long history of working to keep people silent. Hello and welcome to Trump can open investigation from WNYC and propublica that digs deep into how the president's business works and who might be profiting from the Trump administration. I'm Andrea Bernstein Ilya marritz before we take Trump Inc any further, we have to talk about the thing that makes reporting on Trump different from reporting on other US presidents. It's not just that the Trump organization is a closely held private business or that Trump hasn't released his tax returns. It's that Trump has worked really hard often in hidden ways to protect and shape his reputation. I'm dealing with this right now. I am reporting story, which I hope to bring to you sometime soon where every source who knows anything about this particular matter of public interest and importance. As far as I can tell. All of them have signed a confidentiality agreement. This insistence on confidentiality pervades even the White House. The Washington Post has reported dozens of. Government employees were asked to sign confidentiality agreements, although these ones are particularly questionable a little later. This episode, we'll talk with Ronan Farrow of the New Yorker, a journalist with the black belt and getting past secrecy clauses because obviously they're not airtight, we know a lot of alleged detail about Trump's personal life. But first, let's talk about how Trump got us to this point. Donald Trump failed to come up with a thirty million dollar debt payment on bonds used to finance the Trump castle casino last week in nineteen ninety Trump is buffeted by what his biographer. Wayne Barrett called twin cataclysms won his Atlantic City, casinos face bankruptcy, and his creditors are circling to. He's divorcing his wife of thirteen years. Ivana Trump has been having a secret affair with an actress named Marla Maples. It's a logistical feat Trump security detail has been shuttling Maples in and out of Trump properties. So she innovative don't mean inevitably, they do now the New York tabloids on the story. Headline the New York Post Friday, February sixteen best sex. I've ever had photo Donald with a yougov me smile. It went on like this for months to get a rescue from the banks Trump needs to settle his chaotic in public divorce. His brand depends on the Vonnas deal says. She can't talk about their marriage period. Lesson learnt protect your image and protect your business. After Trump's casino MAG Ramsey big banks don't wanna lend to him anymore. So he starts to shift his business model from building tall towers to licensing his name, controlling how people think of that name matters more than ever or colleague l. Elkin over at propublica told me this extraordinary story about a proposed condo tower Trump got involved with in two thousand five in Tampa, Florida. It was announced initially as a Donald J Trump signature property, and he also spoke of being a partner in the project and it being his project and the message was delivered to prospective buyers was the Trump was developer and a partner and Trump actually said things to the press that conveyed the impression explicitly to local press. He spoke of the deal being so hot and so good that while he has less than an ownership stake at fifty percent. He did have a substantial stake and he wanted to increase it. But as partners would let him do so because units were selling so well. I feel like the next thing you're gonna tell me is that none of that was true. None of that was true. He at Notre ship stake whatsoever. He was simply a licensor, but the people who are buying the units had no idea. So Trump in the developer actually wanted to keep their buyers in the dark. It's an document, the brand licensing agreement, which came to light when unit buyers sued Trump on page fifteen. There's a one paragraph confidentiality agreement that says, without the written consent of the other party, unless report by law, they will not under any circumstances disclose or permit to be disclosed the existence of this agreement or any of its contents Danny persons or entities for any purpose whatsoever. So neither Trump nor the developers can tell people that Trump is not a developer here. It is during this legal dispute that Trump gives a deposition saying, as you heard right of the beginning of this story, quote confidentiality is. Very important to me later. He's asked why the license agreement also describes Trump as quote, wiser a worldwide, renowned builder and developer developer wise that putting these agreements because we want them to know that we have a very important reputation and we don't want them to screw up. And so it's a way of putting in writing with the party who you're going to license, your name to your reputation is important thing in room, want them to do a good job. Okay. Tower in Tampa is never built Trump, eventually settles with the buyers. All of this plays out is Trump staging, an epic comeback on the apprentice playing a successful businessman and now America's Donald Trump. In our first season of trumpeting we got a fascinating tip from someone who worked on the show about catering on the set of the apprentice. We could never confirm it. There was a confidentiality agreement. The White House and the Trump campaign didn't respond to our request for comments. But in an emailed statement, a spokesperson for the Trump organization said, it's common practice for high profile companies such as the Trump organization to require employees and business partners to sign confidentiality agreements as a means of protecting against the unauthorized dissemination of both personal and proprietary information. Now, the people who signed these agreements find themselves limited in their ability to speak publicly about the man who is now president of the United States. There's at least one case we know of where company and she -ality went beyond protecting the value of Trump's brand in had to do with the criminal investigation in Manhattan before Trump was president. It's eight years ago, Donald Trump and his children Ivanka Don Jr. are sued by group of buyers in the Trump SoHo condo hotel in lower Manhattan. The buyers say the Trump's misled them the Trump say, it's a case of buyer's remorse. The civil suit raises a red flag in the Manhattan District attorney's office prosecutors there think they might actually have a criminal case. But before prosecutors can finish the criminal investigation, the buyers settle, and there's a catch as part of the agreement. The buyers affirm that they will no longer willingly cooperate with the district attorney. Here's their lawyer. Adam Lightman Bailey talking with NPR's Kelly mcevers about his settlement with the Trump organization. Obviously, we found other things in stuff. I can't talk about. It when I settle the case, they asked for a confidentiality, right? So they were like, you found some stuff out, but if we're going to settle with you, you can't talk about talk about right. Is that confidentiality agreement forever? Yes, I'm still not. I still haven't talked about it Elliott, and I reported on this case last year you should look it up. Suffice it to say after the civil settlement, Trump's personal lawyer makes a donation to the Manhattan DA. There's a lot of legal back and forth. Trump's argue what they did was puffery not a crime with the buyer silence to the DA drops the case. All this was before the two thousand sixteen election. A lot of stuff that voters might have wanted to know about only came to light after Trump was elected. So he enters the race with all these invisible gags on the people around him. Campaign staff have these confidentiality agreements. So do transition staff and people planning his inauguration and people now working in the White House. Here is Kellyanne Conway. We have confidentiality agreements to the west wing, absolutely we do. And why what you mean by the way, the fact that you're your Washington Post says, new employees at the White House are no longer being asked to sign the commentators who defense Trump on TV. Some of them have these agreements to for a while after he was fired. Former Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski was still being paid by the campaign where he had a non disparagement agreement while also being a paid contributor for CNN and this is still going on and maybe I'll do a Trump translation rob Asterio. Paid CNN contributor was recently called out on this by CNN anchor, poppy Harlow. Okay. I just need to note that you work on the Trump twenty twenty advisory committee and they're for. You have signed an NDA that includes non-disparagement clause, which so you can't. You can't really tell me then if I mean you really don't believe the president's own words, raw Pastorino is still a paid contributor. A number of White House. Ex employees have gone on to be paid by entities that support Trump his campaign or political action committee as is so often the case with Trump. There's a twist in one instance that we know about the offer of job seemed to come with strings attached. I'm Orosa manacled Newman. Yeah, we know released to tape in August. When she was exiting the White House, I'm Orosa had a call with the Trump campaign official Laura Trump wife of Eric daughter-in-law of Donald Roseau recorded the Call Laura Trump said in a paraphrasing. It sounds like you've got something in your back pocket. If you come to work for the next Trump campaign, won't want to keep things positive. Then she makes her. Kind the way now and maybe we can work something out. Where would you bring along? Does mommy. Only the numbers talking now. Running. Dahlie appear. Joel Brandt Omarosa didn't take the offer. Now she has a bestselling book. The Trump campaign is seeking millions in fines for violating her confidentiality agreement. Laura Trump called the tape of fraud. So we've been surveying the landscape of Trump and secrecy. We began with Ivana Marla and Trump sex life. And that's where we are again today in August. I was in a courtroom in lower Manhattan Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen in a charcoal suit and a yellow tie. Frequently, stopping to Cy was pleading guilty. He said he'd committed crimes by keeping information that could be harmful to Trump out of the public eye on or about the summer of two thousand sixteen Cohen said in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for federal office. I and the CEO of a media company at the request of the candidate worked together to keep an individual with information that would be harmful to the candidate and to the campaign from publicly disclosing disinformation without using any of their names. Cohen explained that number one, he paid stormy Daniels to keep quiet and number two. Two, he got the National Enquirer to pay Karen McDougal for the rights to her story without any intention of running it. The latter practices known as catch and kill Trump denies extramarital affairs with the women. There is audio of Trump and Michael Cohen talking about how to buy McDougal silence. She's the former playboy playmate who says Trump struck up a relationship shortly after his son. Barron was born Cohen. Recorded this conversation in September, twenty. Sixteen I, you'll hear Cohen then Trump. Are you need to open up a company for the transfer of all of that info regarding our friend, David, so that I couldn't do that right away. I've actually come up to me and I've spoken to Allen Weisselberg about how to set the whole thing up. David here is David pecker CEO of the national enquirers parent company Allen Weisselberg is the Trump organization's chief financial officer. Cohen is saying the shell company he's setting up, can be used to make payments to the inquirer to suppress McDougal story funding. Yes, and it's all the stuff all the stuff because you know, you never know where that company of know what he's going to be hit by. Correct. It sounds like Trump is saying if something happens to the publisher of the National Enquirer Trump's information may not be saved by correct. So I'm I'm all over that. And I spoke to Alan about it when it comes time for the financing, which will be listen. We'll have to make new soul pave getting old woman on. I got nothing for many years. The National Enquirer kept Donald Trump secrets in a safe. This is not a metaphor, but an actual locked box containing stories that could be harmful to him and records of hush money payments. Five sources confirmed the safe's existence to these Societa d- press all of them spoke anonymously because they to have confidentiality agreements. Despite all these efforts, people are speaking out in a minute. The New Yorker journalist who's challenging the paradigm of secrecy. We'll be right back. 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I'm Tobin low where the host of the podcast, Nancy, and we have thirty seconds to tell you why our show is amazing. Okay, go note you go, okay, fine. We've got stories that make you laugh and cry stories by and about queer people. You ported from all over the world, and we bring our listeners together. Critics love us. Homophobes Pete us, which side do you wanna be on? Listen to Nancy from WNYC studios, whatever you get your podcasts. Confidentiality agreements, legal settlements, catch and kill. All of them create an enormous barrier to truth telling around truck, but it turns out people do wanna talk. There's a journalist at the New Yorker who's made an art of this. He's been kind of busy lately, but we got him on the phone during a break in cavenaugh Senate testimony. Hello? Hello, every high Ronin. How're you? Ronan. Farrow is one of the reporters who's contributed the most to our understanding of the culture of sex power and secrecy, and how prominent people use confidentiality agreements to control information. He went to Pulitzer prize for his reporting on Harvey Weinstein. So then you start looking into President Trump and his use of silence. So can you just tell us a little bit about how you came to do that and what you encountered? I personally doubled in. To this through a very direct route from the reporting. I did on Harvey Weinstein who was using the National Enquirer to acquire damaging information about opponents and also to suppress damaging information about him. And it was through that triple of sources around the National Enquirer that it became apparent very quickly that this wasn't just Harvey Weinstein using tactics. This wasn't just a Hollywood tactic. This was something that Donald Trump did pretty regularly. Now there's an important difference here with Harvey Weinstein. The damaging information was about alleged sexual assault. In the Donald Trump, Karen McDougal case, it's about an alleged consensual affair wouldn't compare the two except to say in this one, specific respect, they were both using the same playbook of working with a tabloid outlets to manipulate ends depress the truth. Have you. Done reporting, or are you aware of reporting about how Donald Trump established this relationship with the inquirer? He and David Hecker have a longstanding relationship. Pecker is the publisher of the Enquirer relationship that Donald Trump had with the gospel of media in general, extend back decades. You know, we, we've obviously heard the accounts of Donald Trump's using fake voices and identities to call reporters. He's a person who for many, many years has been engaged in this game of manipulating the press. You know, both the efforts to suppress items and also the efforts to plant items that were favorable cuff used to use the name John barren when he called reporters, pretending to be his own PR man. But David pecker became one of his closest on in that respect. And you know, in our first story about the efforts of the press Karen McDougal's account for their with Trump through the National Enquirer. We talked to a number of employees who described Trump's very cozy, very close relationship with Packers. When you spoke to her, then she told you, I'm afraid to even say his name. Yes, it was her first on the record interview about the subject in that article, but she remains very fearful of legal retaliation and spoke extremely carefully. At that point. Herron McDougal signed a contract that she felt barred her from talking to the press. And indeed the records of those contracts support that at the time of the elections, Karen McDougal was effectively gagged in legal terms. Subsequently, there was an amendment to her agreements that allowed on paper anyway from exemptions. But our understanding along the way was that behind the scenes, even as am I pointed to that exception and said, hey, we're not gagging anyone, their lawyers worth. Still engaged in an effort to intimidate and silence or it didn't work. McDougal told her story, and you know, I wish I could take credit for that. I think that that really is down to Karen McDougal becoming convinced that this was an issue of national significance as time went on and that the public should be aware after Ronin published his piece. Something important happened McDougal got back the right to tell her story, but she'd been silenced during the campaign. It was not the only way the Enquirer helped shape perceptions of Trump in the eyes of a lot of the sources we talked to from around the National Enquirer. Donald Trump had a profound degree of influence over the coverage that AM I end the Enquirer did in general Maxine page. One of the employees that we talked to talked about the leverage that pecker had over a lot of celebrities. This other employees, Jerry George said, quote, we never printed a word. About Trump without his approval. The political ramifications of that are pretty significant. Have you done any reporting on what else is in that vault at AM? I I have and I cannot comment on any recording. I haven't publish. There may be people in the Trump administration who would keep the president secrets without signing a loyalty. Oh, that is how it's always worked in Washington in this administration. Dozens of White House aides were told to sign nondisclosure agreements NDA's that's according to the Washington Post. These are government employees paid by the tax payers who were asked to sign what the post calls breathtakingly broad agreements. It's very, very rare that you see government agencies or actors requiring people to pledge themselves to secrecy outside of the context of classified information. This is Heidi Koutros her a professor at the university of Minnesota law school and an expert on first amendment and whistleblower law. The supreme court has made quite clear that information about government and politics and policy, what they sometimes some up as matters. Of public concern is really at the core of the first amendment. And for that reason, the notion that somebody might be subject to criminal or civil damages for sharing non-classified information about government is pretty anathema to most of the case. Law could trust. Her says for this reason, non-disparagement agreements made during the campaign may also violate the first amendment because the agreements never expire. And I think the reason for that is that otherwise you'd be driving a huge hole through the first amendment. If you could knowing that one day you might run for office, have people sign, non-disparagement agreements that they'll never say a bad word about you, knowing that those will cover your time in office could trust her says, even if these secrecy clauses are on such shaky legal ground that they'd be bounced out of court if they were challenged. Well, many people are not going to want the hassle or emot-. Shnell strain of being threatened. And instead they'll say, well, you know what? I'll just refrain from saying anything that would be deemed a breach of confidentiality or if there's a non-disparagement clause, I'll just refrain from saying anything that might even come close to being critical because I'm afraid I'll get sued. The framers of the constitution wanted people to be able to criticize the president. It's an important check on presidential power. Nondisclosure agreements can get in the way of that. And I think that these indie as particularly in so far as they would seek to bar not just breaching confidentiality but saying anything that cuts against the official White House line. I think that's deeply concerning it really cuts at the heart of why we protect speech. Coming up. I'm Trump Inc going to drain the swamp. Decades fed. You're in Washington and decades of special interest dealing must and will come to an end. The president is funder of prime minister and a casino. Trump ANC is produced by Meg Kramer. The associate producer is Alice wilder. Bill moths is the technical director original music composed by Hannah's Brown, Charlie, Herman, and Eric, humanity are the editors. We had helped this episode from Peter l. kind captain Sullivan, Jacob, Pearson, and Arianna Tobin at propublica, Robin fields as Republicans managing editor, Jim Schachter as the vice president for news at WNYC and Steve Engelberg is the editor in chief at propublica special. Thanks to Kelly mcevers and NPR's podcast embedded for the type of adamant unveiling. That's fascinating. I know you either do or don't have a nondisclosure agreement which if he didn't have a nondisclosure agreement, do you have a nondisclosure agreement too high? You can't say whether you have a nondisclosure agreement, but if you didn't have a nondisclosure agreement, Hugh most certainly could say, I don't have a nondisclosure agreement. Yes, you're cysts mart. Thank you very much. Okay.

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the dow dropping thousands of points there's been a lot of news but the the i feel like a model and my bottle should i say car and i hope he could but i think it's probably gonna be okay tickets still available for this big news right now as we record this on thursday night is the government is on the road to at least a temporary shutdown again we don't a couple of them sure great yeah that's exciting he's coming home you know prodigal son what's ours was like hello we're very sorry we're unable to take your call due to a lack of government funding it's really what it said just one iraq's just funny enough to escape notice that's cool that's cool i was not if you guys want to know what the inside of a bluer new york times bestselling author of who thought this was a good idea and a crooked contributor you want to see more than me please welcome melissa master monaco asshole so what led us here so a few weeks back the government shutdown that's the hardest part to get over green or not commit to the cost harold goal was the ego check i needed i appreciate that but adamant place adam did you accept your high school diploma on the stage ed that's really interesting so the trump administration change the scripts in the last shutdown to say these democratic fuckers are trying to stop you from get i'd love to see a shutdown that was the same day trump's chief of staff john kelly said that some immigrants were quote too lazy to get off their asses and sign up turns they said i wouldn't amount to she it did you have a bully no no no i was just kind of existed between the oh those you can't and on comedy central please welcome adam cayton holland thank you thank you and she's the is realized backstage i was like i graduated in this room and yeah shout out to the angels class of ninety eight everybody yeah is the funniest person i know i'll private in may i just say they reaction for the opioid crisis relief aid for puerto rico and more one thing it does not include however is protection for dreamers chuck schumer announced a deal that will fund the government for two years here's what's in the deal big increases for defense spending an extension of chip for four years six billion so yesterday the drama moved to the house where nancy pelosi stood for more than seven hours speaking about dreamers as stand the different game that democrats and republicans have been playing like we gotta get people the information so they understand what's going on during the shutdown i'm worried i'm just a pussy how long this one will last you could be very short it could be longer look we just just always the caveat that the government shutting down as always house majority a supermajority in the senate supports that would pass the moment paul ryan agreed to bring it up for votes for the first time democrat gotcha and application process it costs five hundred dollars and require them to submit identifying information to the government without guarantee of safety from deportation but on wednesday mitch mcconnell and psoriatic newton said how'd you like to see what pet sidewalk days like so good i have to say a i was riding my bicycle down eighth street and i caught one of the little rails at an angle and the bike said i'm good here paul refused to vote yes right when mcconnell was ready to bring the bipartisan deal to the floor vote rand paul stood up and started to essentially filibuster the vote have leveraged the house freedom caucus paul ryan most right wing members don't like this bipartisan bill and paul ryan needs democrats to pass it so everyone was ready to turn their attention to the house but ran dramatic but but no they're only like you know ten of us and everybody's answering their own phone and like taking turns in the west wing welcoming people say it's kind of nice your medicare illegal you like you like what they said was so said doodoo due to the schumer shutdown or some shit like that like you're not gonna get anything because of the democrat it's another call the dc streetcar system streetcar named wastes he has a point on that one that that's riccar thing is a real boondoggle and when they were building the thing that good buses i'm just saying streetcars just a bus where they dig up the road for five years i you know just saying wearing four inch heels he was not he is not worn four inch heels since his frat house days so rand paul argued so the senate was forced to reset until twelve AM friday which means the government will shut shut down but we don't know how long it will take here's one thing that's a little different than the last now so it's a snow day for people who get furloughed but the most senior people in the government work without pay though you get the pay on the back end it's not like that h. shooter with them on the street car but the larger point i mean i went right over the handlebars first streetcar what's wrong with the bus it looks like we will have a short shutdown who do you think we'll get the blame who do you think deserves the blame good grief well i mean it's all like republic three in hindsight in hindsight i'm curious if if if like the government is shut down and you're in the white house are you still working or is it like a snow day in the republicans broke their promise to protect the dreamers daca recipients trumps started negotiating a deal but then stephen miller the khyber sean it's and i'm okay not the message america america for america it's terrible i'm not making light of it like that stupid mick mulvaney who is like it's so neat i shut down the government fucking ration- it's the race to that them i think you should move to DC rand paul pause shit's easy it's the united states month with must withdraw troops from afghanistan he switched to a collection of colorful signs one said school lunch programs feeding lawns not kid control everything so it's like shame on the democrats if they don't take advantage of it i mean they should what do you mean it it's all so stupid no one's even paying attention it's like i stopped and was watching rand paul speak and was captivated by his hair they'll go back and forth dreamers will still lose protection day by day and you know we gotta do better they have to i think we're doing okay okay i'm gonna get like really controversial minute but the last time they shut the government down they should've kept it shut down they should have sent the republicans off the cliff it was outweigh thinking ricardo there's been this question about whether democrats have the stomach time you know and they shut down for like thirty hours whatever it was is that like tomorrow's a work day so it actually will like unless they come back in like three in the morning but it may actually be shut down tomorrow what did you do during the government shutdown morton things i didn't twenty thirteen during the government shutdown was that i wrote the script for the white house operators and i changed the garbage there's a political game but it's very serious as democrats we care about what the government does talk about the service that provides for people what i did during the government shutdown yes it is that could it be beginner's luck sure but he's two for two adam is super to outside also what happened there cut to this week and both sides are desperate to wait another shutdown no one wants the shutdown exhibit donald trump who went on cameron said elissa given what's happening with rand paul in the senate nancy pelosi standing up for dreamers in the house if we ended up with a with a shutdown good for her good for nancy pelosi that's the bottom line love nancy pelosi are very outside the beltway perspective here in denver i was just kind of disappointed ended with a whimper and now i'm concerned where this one's going our speech tonight right pretty jazzed about that if only i could fit into her heels or hirsute it's not it's not backed up what do you think i thought it was i thought it was fascinating especially because she has a pretty low approval rating right now right and i was glad to hear in the previous record and so and i- climactic and and of course we're not rooting against our federal employees not getting paid and we're not rooting for that but i couldn't be more with elissa the same promise from paul ryan that mitch mcconnell gate to senate senate democrats on this issue we bitch give us an upper down vote on the dream act which is something that a majority of the but in the senate but she got a lot of people to go out on a limb to pass a climate change bill through the house and i think nancy pelosi already shut down if if we had a bit of a more coordinated strategy they could have felt the pain but they didn't feel the pain so we shut it down we opened it back up and now america's things i honestly think it's as stupid as a freaking hashtag it was like schumer shutdown that just gets into the public consciousness schumer's fall like the democrats not smarter the mentally doesn't get treated the way she deserves because she's a woman because she's a woman and she's been doing it so long so why and her favorite food is chocolate who doesn't respect the hell out of that chocolate in a white suit she's like adele she got healthcare through she got a climate bill through she got the wall street bill through she got student loans through she got lilly ledbetter through back to do what's right here whether or not they actually and on the other side and people said what's your plan for a shutdown you don't control government can't decide when it reopens do you feel observing this on a columnist for the daily beast how are you on your deadlines surprisingly good yeah i'm a lifelong journalist for more than twenty years so i'm used to live on versity and bullshit hedge fund ownership but yeah and props to the denver post to for creating an i feel good about it okay we'll leave it there we come back a new game not like last time when it was a saturday they opened back up on a monday i made it for whatever they made it till a workday lunch right on the shutdown fronts actual marijuana be they let me pick it up and run with it and make it my own and we launched a website called the cannabis which is still producing really quality journalism and parts of america you guys giving her credit where it's due but i think what i'm particularly excited about is going to give a word for word reenactment of that and a free pair there we go here bose soundlink wireless headphones more on that in a second oh oh the what'd you make nancy pelosi standing there for seven hours it was a stunt but stunts reach people since breakthrough did you like it did you appreciate it did you better than oprah and she goes back and she got that climate bill through which was it didn't end up becoming law because of what an and that's what we need more in the space i mean we have a brand new regulated substance in the world we need journalists covering and testing it and making sure it's clean product repetitive ad that's what's going to be it's fine hey hey they still sell they still offer those bose soundlink headphones those john are we going to hear about that later mm-hmm and hypocrisy but you know i don't know i think that the republicans will you know donald trump will take to twitter he'll blame schumer shut down deadline but i used to write for the denver post here locally for more than fifteen years and shout out to all my former colleagues over there holding strong in the face of that you feel like democrats have put the right amount of fight into do you think they're fighting hard enough do you think that they're giving up too easily what do you think shut down i was just really disappointed when it ended john one thing on mindless that belongs on every business travelers list book your next business trip at upside dot com when you do you get the better business travel experience you deserve it says here leave it to a man to take a woman's and love he was oh approval rating then for pelosi because they turned her into a villain for the last fifteen years and because it's easier to turn a woman into a villain than it is to tournament into one the game we call kellyanne jeopardy someone just shouted she's a horrible person no they frame ashram will yeah i don't think it's that complicated ricardo before we move on you are the man server get your free pair of bose soundlink wireless headphones just book your first business trip upside by going to upside dot com slash l. o. v. e. t. that's upside dot com slash love it to claim your bose wireless headphones upside dot com you deserve a better business trip here we go don't think you're above the fine print headphones available while supplies last what is a horrible for good catch correctly phrase correctly phrase thank you wary so i hope pretty well not as well as the person whose job it was to write new head copy for us here but that's life in the upside game 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the flight home so you can adjust your meeting schedule have you ever experienced that level of service for a business trip i'm not mad and as potent as journalists have been testing it for many many years prior to that to ricardo things marijuana's ready for human trials where more of love it or leave it coming love it or leave it is brought to you by upside how's your things to do in two thousand eighteen checkless coming along i don't know i don't know upside it's i upset purchased six hundred dollars minimum purchase required for details just trying to pull one over on and we're back wants is in your political job you still feel felt weird you know in your system dodging question felt bad but s- services kind of political defense mechanism was human shame it meant that even if you could get away with a lie or avoid answering your question or an active policy even if you weren't sure they'd be any negative context covering a large parts of the media anyway are covering personal insults about the president this invective and really denying america's women anway is truly free and so we will now play kellyanne conway jeopardy this is only the eric what was the question why does trump card CNN fake news incorrect says friend of the pot on your body hi what's your name eric eric are you ready to play the game absolutely would anybody who is not in merch like to play the game think very careful you're in merch i see oh on dawn juniors russia contacts eric over one not wearing branded shirts what question she was asked because this is such a hard quiz we will be going to someone who is not in merged eric what was the question eric eric why are you laughing you look ridiculous let's roll the first clinton let's talk about let's no okay well let's let's talk about telling the truth let's talk about president looking and we're profitable if we're against the president most of our viewers are against the president just own it don't you think that would be more credible for CNN than sixteen point one million women as they stand here before you today are in poverty along with their kids so so wait there's people uh-huh here's how the game works we'll play a clip of a real answer that kellyanne conway has given on television and it will be your job to guests ax question was is it a problem for the nation that the president's approval ratings are shockingly low exactly what i'm saying to you george that the talk city both ways coming to the president is terrible and this is what's going on the idea that the media book in tune in and get the news all day long now they get spin and people's opinions and i think CNN should own it probably why not just say look it's in our commercial interests at CNN to be anti-trump pins in the who are still suffering eight years later who were lied to you like your plan you can keep your plan if you like your docking keep your doctor benghazi happened because of i'm gonna give it to you because the question was actually wait a minute alternative facts so but who here they don't even know if you follow politics what's the question eric can you turn anything into blizzard blithering bullshit aw to slow eric the question was why why did the white house not tell the truth about president trump helping to right real media you all do i guess you just want everybody to be talks news media stop being so jealous of fox news brian let's see if he fares better clip number two you know what's a problem that you refuse CNN used to be a place where people the alternative facts were about the crowd size i'm checking with trebek's judges and we're giving it to you eric you lost but for your job these invitations have revolutionized how you find your next higher in fact eighty percents of employers who post jobs ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just so you've gone the parachute gift card give it up eric that's kellyanne conway jeopardy awesome no longer will you go to an ancient cathedral in light a candle and say please let the let the candidates come you know you can do that if then part of your just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash l. o. v. e. t. that's ziprecruiter dot com slash love it one more time ziprecruiter dot com you're the rudy of this game if rudy final clip chance to redeem yourself oh and two let's see clinton number three you're over to maybe things will look up here example now no no look when we come back okay saab don't go anywhere this love it or leave it is more on the way during their kind of being aware of it what do you think the question was eric keep in mind she often use the answer the question in the answer what do you think slash l o v e ziprecruiter smartest way to hire and we're back now for here's the answer from kellyanne chuck do you think it's a fact or not that millions of people have lost their plans or health insurance and their doctors under president obama did on on celebrity big brother throw it and many levels it's it's deeply deeply distortion here is one of the first clips of omarosa gone are the president's tweets setting a terrible example but i appreciate it the eric he brought some heart into that one you know it is among the most chilling artifacts of this era because and it's what do you think of the fact that donald trump's inauguration crowd size wasn't as big as he said it was so i'm gonna give it to you i think it's a fact that everything we heard from these women yesterday happened on the watch barack obama he was president for eight years donald trump's been here for about eight hours do you think it's a fact that millions of women one day the right candidates are out there ziprecruiter is how you find them businesses of all sizes trust ziprecruiter for their hiring needs right now my listeners can try ziprecruiter for free that's right free you're a fan favorite people rooted for you they sell what you're up against you're like the first team to lose to the USA basketball team at the olympics on leno right like fifteen years ago he was on the tonight show with jay leno on the is like a man on the street right and now he's here it is brought to you by ziprecruiter hiring every business needs great people and a better way to find something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it for this mississippi she went to the white house and is now on celebrity big brother of course of course i have to say this clip person saying that the president of the united states is unfit for the job and it's the same music that follows a bad date big brother they know more about him but i don't care what they say i think it's so it's so amazing the dominion blankets and throw pillows couch pan out this is like in an actual bed bath and again these are the layer so first of all big brother is using big brother drama music underneath a d. material for sure agents like it's a lateral move but it's going to get us to bachelorette eventually pretty low rent look look i think i think one thing we can be sure about is whatever the dollar figures she's a part of your faith culture would you have to do more more you have to do more ziprecruiter learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply turvy cam whenever was accepting a political appointment was always about the country like i was haunted game we call okay stop here's how it works clip and then we posit by saying okay stop to to talk about it i don't know if you heard the president is phone on everybody knows what she did amongst you might as well just speak normal talking voice i don't know why they're whispering i also just want to flag that she is in conversation with the guy who from ian leno and other places is now on this couch sitting with omarosa and like this used to be the kind of thing where the conversation on on the bachelor do you think she didn't get a book deal you guys why she's there i mean she's telling the whole story like this is like from the outside voter citizen i never got it why he went to the white house are reality tv star and he brought aboard i'm orosa medical who was also a reality tv star and some sort of very sweet seeming gay person so that is the other he's from e. he's the red carpet correspondent originally the reason i know him he's started out on the on yard right now they're just like walking around them as they filmed this she is lounging so far she said she had to do the country that's why she went in all right let's let's continue who has the power to say what's going on and i'm sympathetic because you're a little bit like a porn director in all the people around him attacked okay stop i you have to wonder if you're on a couch cuddling with omarosa what are you going to ask her i think there's actually in august there cheered there and it's who who has that power to say what's going on their rightful knowledge on what he's doing for them on taxes on well so the city facing donald trump what he's doing mike eric was giving me like a real look and it's like what is that about like i was nothing but nice to him but instead it's like i think we're in the video go tell the families of those four inches superchargers raffling eric need the question for big brother i mean if she really were concerned wouldn't she told like justin trudeau title of like a stage one international crisis i'm very worried about what's going on in the national security council i think there's deeper structural problems in the way the organization of the government is is being is being run or we don't give her access don't let hurt yeah that's exactly what it reminded me of to see what i see television show and the reason we have access to this clip is it's part of the promotional package that CBS is pushing out to get people excited i mean like you can tell me it's okay it's a safe space not it's big brother describe that as a universal experience couch with the exact same tone with the exact same music was like like marcy being real like nasty person to me and i think that's okay because like smash cutting it's bad trump nukem fuck it like it's that it's that bad and by the way of course there is the third layer heading towards she's doing her best to get and and i don't think it didn't if she's saying it she didn't forget that she wants to make money on a book this is her mercy senior white house official caught on camera saying how fearful she is about the current state of the white house and the president donald trump the most powerful human being they also just with him was like a call to duty i feel like i was okay is she whispering she's got levi's having it and these are the questions he has and maybe these are the questions people watching at home have and by the way i don't know i don't know people watch big brother maybe maybe we're gonna work together to murder marcy and get her out of the house i don't know the rules but here's the thing like on the challenge yesterday didn't you nine okay stop okay we're just going to give him a pass because he didn't know he was doing meet the press on big brother but his question was cameras and it's so ironically a dystopia it's on a show called fucking big brother how on the nose is all of this okay stop again like whoa these are the layers of how chilling this video is so there's this person had no business having a high ranking position at the white house absolutely ridiculous took what is he doing does anybody say to him why are you doing colling nine one one bat signal maple leaf he's gonna put on a pair of rainbow socks and do something for the ed and i'm not joking that's the world's this big brother interview could be the tipping point i don't think i can't believe the heartfelt at the heart of some kind of museum to this time but i don't think that there has been a better encapsulation of the silliness and total danger of this era than om orosa under big brother music thing really interesting about that last question it's like did somebody ever tell him to stop i mean what are you ask maroshek you're on the couch with so many women told him to stop yeah so sweet he's clearly not as clear as not where he thought it would be and he is in the middle of this conversation he can and that's okay we come back a lightning round being in the world right that's a deeply frightening statement that she's making that's number one number two she's doing it on a reality he's going to reach some people i'm now i think that he's done more good than a lot of people honestly this is one of the most important interviews of this era i'm realizing not there i don't it's not my it's not my circus not my monkeys you know i'd like to say that my problem but i can't say that because earnestness with which he asked should we be worried as if he's not been worried ripe insidious you're a gay man and trump's america in top layer this is i don't know how to go for i don't know 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UFC on ESPN 12 Post-Fight Show

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

19:53 min | 1 year ago

UFC on ESPN 12 Post-Fight Show

"You're listening to the VOX media podcast network. You have see ESPN. Twelve is officially in the books. And what a wild event it was from the apex in Las Vegas and ended with an all time, classic and Lightweight Division in the main event. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the UFC ON ESPN twelve post-fight show here on May finding. Com Mike Macaque being joined by Jose Young's Jose. What an outstanding main events! The card was Wacky, Zany and so many different ways from start to finish. This is the first question. I normally have for Alex Kelly. When we do these post. Fight shows, but. How would you grade this one from start to finish? That is an excellent question. Terms of our grading in a letter grade at from like eight eight eight. I'd give it a a a minus B. Plus in terms of like I feel like every I can I I judge the fight cards based on if I can remember every single fight. Or if I can remember these moments every single fight that it was a good fight card. I'd say I'd say. A minuses is a very fair grade. I think I'm with you on that I mean the main event clearly puts it over the top. It turns right, maybe a minus and I think the word unexpected is a very appropriate word in a lot of cases but it. We'll talk more about that later on, but it. It was just a lot of fun but Jose. Let's get right to the main event. Dust Emporia gets a hard-fought decision. Over Dead Hooker. What an incredible free can fight that was we. We talk about like the echo from shots landed in the empty arena, and you hear from time to time, but this fight in particular. This is like clapping over and over again, so give us your thoughts on twenty five minutes of Supreme Islands in the apex tonight. It's we if Jiang Wiley verses. You'LL WANNA jake doesn't happen. This is the best fight of the year, but I feel like that happens like. Apex cards have had these like. We've had the Spike Carlisle Quintillo fight. We had the shame. Burgos Josh Emmy Fi. Now. We have like poor a V. Hooker, so it's like the the trend is there where just because it's? Don't fans that the the the smaller in the small octagon. You'RE GONNA, get these epic, wars and I think all of us agreed leading into this fight. This is by far the best main event. We've had jazz competitiveness. Of these apex card, because yes, Aman newness fall in the main event Gillard Burns will. There was also by like just on paper this. We had this circle. I don't care I'm going to say it again. I don't care what the stakes were. I don't care if it was an arena with no fans or seventy thousand fans I. don't care if it was twenty five minutes I don't care if it's five minutes. Does employees versus Dan Hooker. You'd knew was gonna be just insanity it was going to be a buzz offers a with chipper in there, and they delivered with flying colors. One of the best fights I've ever seen one of its. It's not even like, would you? It's hard to say if it's the lightweight fight of the year because like Gigi. Ferguson was also great but I. Put it above that, because it was just so close back and forth we'll get you kind of turn the corner at the end dominated by the end so unbelievable lightweight fighting in a division that's been so stacked for so long I think this sits right up there with US vice at hundred five hundred. Gauge you Ferguson. And, portia hooker. Lake, there's arguments for both because they're both are totally different fights like gay Jewish wishes so violent in that fight, and he was landing so many shots and Tony Ferguson just walked through the mom. We're just fascinated by the whole at all you all. Do you one better? This might not even be. There's arguments that this isn't even Dustin poured as best fight. His against just engaging his fight against Max Holloway like his fight against now. Dan Hooker like doesn't Poi- has cemented himself as one of the most exciting fighters that we've seen in a long time of his generation doesn't ask to be one of the most like he's never in a bad fight ever even if he loses like yes, that shows like the Habib by. By, maybe wasn't as exciting, but he at least he showed game in that he got that Guillotine. You're going to give. It was like that just shows. How good Habib's does employ a is one of the most exciting fires of his generation, so at Hooker. His his win over dead hooker is just another notch on his mantelpiece for just fight of the year, candice. He's a great fighter. And he's an even better human being, which which just a full package now at the inaugural winner of the Forest Griffin Community award I believe it was is what it's called, and there's no one more deserving of that award than dust Emporia, and there's no one more deserving of being a CO member of the fight of the night after that incredible flight with with Dan Hooker, and of course the records there's. And there's loser. Industrial was the winner, but this is one of those fights that the stocks of both guys. Oh, yeah, definitely rose like Dan Hooker proved that he is an upper echelon guy in a loaded division and I think just engage you, said it best. Dan Hooker deserves a seat at the big dog table is not. Oh hundred percent I mean just in case you said he's GonNa. Go Get murked and not only did not go get Marty A. he won the first two rows. We were debating like what one what rounds at like the official scorecards had it was to to going into the fifth with Dan Hooker. I do and then doesn't Pori pulling out the last three, so is basically Dan Hooper just needed to win one more round and we would talk about how Dan Hooker has emerged as a legitimate contender nets. He still illegitimate tangible like you said there are winners and losers. I think Dan Hooker proved a lot of including myself. naysayers wrong I did picked US imported when I knew this was going to be violent fight, but I was at his fight against Barbosa sat sat in that arena in Milwaukee and Den. His body just gave out on it. Stolac Dan Hooker wasn't tough like we saw him trying to fight and his body to shut down, so I I was. I was not worried that we're is not the right word because he's a professional fighters I was. I had questions whether his body could handle twenty five minutes against a violent fight of dust, employees calories just Paul felder phenomenal fighter, but he is a much more technical marthe Larsen doesn't poor. His just violence personifies I had questions personally. How John Hookers? Body would hold up in Mike God. Did he answer those questions with flying colors? Absolutely and I think we know what should be next report at date with Tony Ferguson Wade Align I. Love it November December that that's the fight asked. We may hopefully at the end of the year. Five rounds. Five rounds. Yeah! I. Mean Even I. Don't care if you want to invent another title. I'm totally okay with that but Dan Hooker. He's gotTA. Have another big fight heading his way at some point but. It's going to be interesting to see how things sort of a line at the end of the year when we talk about like the fight of the because obviously like John, way lever Salani NJ check that one sticks out in our minds. It's one of those unforgettable fights, but this one is is right there. I don't know if it overtakes it, but it'll be interesting to see how people people look at it. At the end of twenty twenty. It was an incredible fight. If I had had, I would take it off to both guys but The KOMEDA event. We have Mike Perry shot everybody up. With a disciplined performance in intelligent performance had his girlfriend in this corner he did. She did exactly what he said he would do. She shouted out the occasional. Cheering moment, but gave him ice gave them water and Mike Peiris very happy with what she did. He gets back in the win. COM GETS unanimous decision win over Mickey Gall this fight did not play out the way most expected it to, but overall were you surprised with how this fight played-out out? No, not really I, I'd be more surprised that he he he. He did so well in the grappling I should say but I still would say I still. Can't that making calls a better Jiu Jitsu practitioner, but Mike Perez stronger used physically stronger human, being like making all shooting for take downs and go for these like these transition, everything and Mike Perry was just big brother. It's like yeah, you're younger, your your son could be black if you outweigh him by two hundred pounds, you could still body him around. Around like I don't care what anyone says like. He's going to be a better grappler up and Mike Perry just just pushed in like there were moments were making all shooting for a takedown and Mike. Perez defense was just I am stronger than you and just like which shove him away, so no. I wasn't overly I. I picked my parents when. I said at the beginning of this. Our preview show that I think might Peres. Higher Calorie opponents. A has seen more in the octagon I just think he has more to lose to win. at showed that here. I am surprised The adjustments he's made and how having no coach play. Like didn't really play a factor for this fight. I don't know if it would have I don't know if anyone else if he would have had the same success, because like he said in there at his post fight press conference. He was lucky to have Mickey Gall because he didn't need advice in that fight, he just went out there and beat him up for for fifteen minutes so I wasn't overly surprised with how my. Because he's he's been on the UCS. What is your debut is usually two. Oh, two on short notice to so yeah wasn't surprised. He's such a wild man. Most of the time is wildcard is the definition of a while hundred percent, and this obviously will be a fight that Mickey Gal grow from you so leaps and bounds improvements in the striking. He caught Perry a couple of times didn't really hurt him a rock or anything, but but he was scoring on the feet, but for Mike Perry I. I think you showed a lot of things. He showed up a lot of. Of composure, he really did. I thought the post. Fight interview with John was fantastic. It was an a plus the media was great and to me. Yeah, I didn't have the highlight reel knockout that people may have expected him to have when fighting a guy like Mickey. Golf who's going to win. Most people expected Mike Perry to finish him, but this is a very very good night for Platinum Mike Perry was a not one hundred percent I mean. He was on to fight losing streak. He's lost three or four. There's are like. People like losses or losses but I look at the law says essentially Luca was a split. Just be good by Jeff Neil. Farren swear. This is a split An adults only taps him, so it's like he's not losing to quote unquote bums and he he beat that cowboy, an awesome fight, and he beats making an awesome format so. Mike Perry One I. Say going. Even if he loses, you can't lay. An egg needs an exciting fight, but he won, and he dominated. This is exactly the only thing that can be better than if you just want their and destroyed him in the first round, a Mickey on I on then that would have been the best, but I think seeing Mike. Perry fighting intelligently for fifteen minutes will do wonders for him in the eyes of fans. Mike is talking about training with Y'all Romero that make you better and stronger and a lot of different ways. And he said he wants to eighty five in fight Darren till so of course we would all look. We've all wanted to see this fight for a long time is Mike Perry the biggest Robert Whitaker Fan right now. Because Darren Shelby travel whitaker. They're not gonNA. Make my Perry versus their intelligence not. While dingy. Did you hear my parents? If he sees mantle, he's hiding. So, you say he might, he might be not a big Robert. Whitaker fan leg! What makes you think Dance Paragon? refighting sign an octagon. That's why at that point, that is a great point. Is that so that's that's your fight or look. Let's take a little more realistically here. What would you like to see next for? My Perry I think Darren told cool. If they can somehow find a way to make that fight happen. They will I just I'd say. The chances are pretty slim, unless like all these factors fall into place at the right time in terms if he wants to stay at welterweight. Wow, that is tough. There's because he's not rank so style. Fifty I'm trying to look up the of the rankings, but we do this because I should have done that before on perfect one that you're gonna hit. Nego Price. Nico. Now he just. He He's coming off a loss, but I know a lot to present Luca. Crazy, fight. I think Mike Periscope. Price makes makes perfect sense. Yeah, I'm a hundred percent in favor for that. Yeah, you're right. That's the answer as the only now that I wanna see. Yeah and that's of you know whatever happens to be my der until hopefully, maybe my. To fight island and beyond Cy. Maybe he'll corner somebody else on that card so that we get to see those two guys sort of meet face to face, but there are a lot of finishes on this card tonight. Of course pour overs. Hooker was the fight of the night. That's no surprise. Anybody performances. The night went to the twenty year old K Hanson. The youngest female fighter on the roster and the Returning Julian Juicy J Orosa fifty g's for them. Do you have see, get this right in your opinion with so many great finishes on the car. Do you knew this was coming? Mean I knew Jillian I had I if when we did our our post by press conference show I, said Pori Hooker was a lot for fight. Fight fight of the night. is Julia Rosa winning just for the storyline. How awesome mission was like the snap Doris like the standing. A snap down to beat Sean. Woodson. Who is a massive favourite I personally liked Maurice Greene's a submission over John. Volonte a little more considering. It was arm triangle from the bottom at heavyweight i. if you like Stores Star lines there to K. Hanson's was awesome. It was it was beautiful. her story is great. I think the fact that she's. She gave props Rhonda Rousey and then Ron Rousey tweeted, our definitely played a factor getting a bonus so I don't WanNa. Say there long because at the end of the day there's really no wrong answer with all these awesome submission wins, but personally I think Murray screens arm. Trying from the bottom is more impressive than K.. Hanson's arm bar. When you have a card like this with so many memories that we've all talked about a lot of fights and fighters. They're gonNA. Get overlooked here like Brennan. Versatile, Dacas that was an awesome fight. I thought it was lined a little ridiculous. I think Brennan. MINUS, three, forty, favourite or something like that was that high, but it was, he was a high fair, either that should have been lying closer and Kyle, Dhaka's toughest nails. That was a really really good fight. AROSA Woodson was a ton of fun comma worthy. What a great win over! Luiz pain yeah. We were all talking about that one, and then began and. It was kind of like an afterthought. Unfortunately finishes the fight in the third round submits Louise Painting like who the hell thought. That was GONNA happen. Takashi Sato the Finish Tanta Bosia the Gray Finish Use of Salal improves to two and now a lot to like this car. What sort of stuck out to you from the from the earlier prelims? K.. These obviously was a big one I think I've noticed a trend in. He did what the heck of course and then he did. The Post I press kearns and Media Day and I've seen a lot of people. Become really big fans of Kenya. where the even before this fight even happened I mean His interview of you're talking about like black. Wall Street and how training just just teaching Bj? Police officers isn't the solution and then him having a lot of fun at the Post by press conference to say I'm not fighting for the title fight like yeah, that'd be cool, but I'm fighting for my. My family I'm like he's. He admits himself. He's like what thirty three thirty four years old in this game He wants to have these fun performances. You want to quote Robbie lawler Roy McDowell fight, which is just if you're battle if you're that old and I. Free will just listening to air quotes, because not old. It's old and fighting, calling for fights like that at his age like. God willing man like you are on a you are on a different spectrum than me. Uh, so cam was a big one. Personally big uses allow every time. I interviewed him he. He passed to bring up the fact that goes. Oh, you've asked him what we're going to Morocco, aren't you? Because I always ask them that and he's always like just say the word we'll bring will get the octagon. They're obviously not any time soon. an entertainer buzzer was was. Like. I got a concussion watching that finishes through the television, so you named a lot of them cameras. He was a big one in uses a law personally stood out to me just because I've interviewed those guys. A million times and Kenworthy is has emerged as. The People's fighter of this of this fight week. He's always been like that. Though like really does he was post fight like all the things he said I've heard him say before like after he. was like. Listen. I'm I'm I'm old. I ain't going to be for a title. He goes if it happens great, but not going to be fighting for a title like and if Comma worthies old I'm screwed, so let's let's not even go there, but. Allow the he's only twenty three years old. That was a big win over era veteran in Griffin. Who Made Weight twice in two weeks band, so it was just a great night a lot to discuss. We got to pretty much everything ten on this ten turnpike card tonight, but at the end of the day we have a weekend NAF Jose. We get a little bit of a break in the action, and then we're on to fight island. So how are you going to spend next Saturday? Now? You don't have to cover any fights made I. don't know it's going to feel weird especially because I've been on the road. We. Add Casey live on the scene and I'd tell you what man I had some serious falmer with like watching his work like I'm I, should be there. And I knew exactly what he was doing new like who was going to be there like it felt weird but I'm glad someone else got to experience it. I don't know what I'm. GonNa do I'm probably not going to look at his screen TV. Computer phone or anything like that probably going to be nice book in his blistering heat. That is Arizona well. The Corona virus to sweeps across the state, so yeah I made I? Don't even look tomorrow. That's that's my answer. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I was hoping like a message. Come my way from one of our bosses. Be Like Hey, Mike. Why do you fly to Vegas? Will get you to our that event and I would have served on a plane. Outta absolutely gone, but. I don't know what I'm going to do with myself. either. I actually woke up early this morning. And I ran up a mountain and back down a mountain looking you F. Sixteen miles total my at sixty miles eight miles up eight miles down. That's seven more. That's fifteen more mild. Yeah I've made it up and I was like Oh. Sh-. Crap this is great, and then all of a sudden we had to go back down. I can't even walk up. The stairs and I was terrible mistake, but all good. Good thing your your kid likes to run downstairs and and hop on the camera. Yep, that's right and he will so comma worthy the you're not old on my man George. -gratulations on the win, but Jose any final thoughts on a a very memorable. You have ESPN twelve at the apex before they take a month off from Vegas. Not even you have see on ESPN twelve like the fact that we had all these apex cards and Jacksonville cards scan. It was historic couple weeks and I'm very much looking forward now. That Dana White teased the fight island photo on twitter and instagram social media. You had the octagon on the beach I'd he wrote like this is awesome. Fight I am so intrigued, so I can't wait for coverage from that I won't be there. I don't know one percent from our site. WHO's GonNa? We'll have someone there so. Very much looking forward to the Monday July and then maybe an August. You can come out to Las Vegas with me and well just dominate the the cover seeing, but let's get July I absolutely so. What event hope you guys enjoyed? It was universally praised on social media so. Glad you guys it and enjoy your week off. Independence! Day is on the way as well so for Jose. Young's I. Am Mike CAC UFC ON ESPN twelve. The Bo is officially on. We'll, Ya. Thanks we'll watch him. You're listening to the VOX. Media Log gas network.

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Last Week's Top Stories - Conservatives Attack Kamala Harris & Trump Takes On the USPS - Uncensored

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

25:36 min | 1 year ago

Last Week's Top Stories - Conservatives Attack Kamala Harris & Trump Takes On the USPS - Uncensored

"You're listening to comedy, central. Kamala Harris Vice Presidential candidates and women. Joe Biden is going to call homegirl in less than three weeks. After it was announced that she would be Biden's running mates, many people celebrating the historic milestone of having a black and South Asian woman on a major party tickets. Although as you might expect, president trump had a slightly different take reaction was quick at the White House where president trump used his daily corona virus briefing to bash guidance choice she was extraordinarily nasty to. Kevin. Judge Cavenaugh. Then now just as cavanaugh I thought she was. The meanest. The most horrible must disrespectful of anybody in the US Senate despite claiming he wanted to pick heiress president trump says he surprised by it and actually did after that heated primary debate she was probably Nastier than even Pocahontas. To Joe Biden choose very disrespectful to Joe Biden. She said things during the debates during the. Democrat. Primary debates that were horrible about. Sleepy Joe and I would think that he wouldn't have picked. Yeah. She was so horrible to Sleep Gio and that loser deserves so much more respect than that. Trump attacking or Joe Biden. Tell. You, I thought this election would be trump versus Joe. Biden now I think we could just lock trump in the room and let them hash it out by himself. Wanted me say to me me heard me I mean of all People Donald Trump should totally understand how you can be with the woman was publicly humiliated. You shouldn't be surprised. The past enemies can become your friends I mean look who he's been working with Ted Cruz. Who called him a pathological liar and narcissist then Z. Graham who said he was a big and a nutjob who was destroying the Republican Party Marco Rubio who call him a car artist and said he had a small Dick and of course, jared Kushner who selfishly married the love of trump's life that's right. Man. We Never GonNA forget if anything come to the Harrison the ticket with Joe Biden is a genius move by the former VP. Not only does she take a bunch of boxes, but kidney conservatives are going to struggle to put her in one Joe. Biden is running on the most radical platform of any candidate for many major party in US history. Now, with the most radical running mate ever see doesn't really have core beliefs. Record as attorney general is absolutely abysmal by fighting to keep inmates locked up in overcrowded prisons as a prosecutor in San Francisco. Oh San Francisco she allowed well scores of violent criminals to walk free. Did you know that Kamala Harris has a higher rating? From the Police Association. Twenty. Nineteen than from the ACLU she is soft on crime. She has no friend of the police. Harris clearly wasn't picked for her personal charm. I get that the media will say she's very him. I think that the pick was was somewhat surprising I think it was. Kind of boring pick. I, think everybody was expecting Biden depict. Kamala. Moon. Poor Republicans this. So confused. Communists like their version of that green needle brainstorming. Honestly it's Kinda cute watching Republicans flailing around trying to figure out the right talking points in a little puppies is born. They haven't opened their eyes yet. Look they figure this shit out soon or else they're attack ads are going to be really unconvincing. Joe Biden has picked. Carmela Harris. WHO IS KAMALA? Harris. She hates the police. Except for the Times that she bluffs the police, she's also soft on drug crimes. But is too tough on drug crime sometimes. She's black, but also Indian is that even allowed? F- Kamala Harris we haven't decided why she's bad yet, but we already paid for this Ad. I'm Donald, trump, and confused by this message. The presidential election rice around the corner. The big question is no longer will donald trump try to cheat. It's now become how will donald trump trying to cheat and with more Americans than ever expected to vote by mail corona virus it looks like he's zeroing in on his plan president trump is stepping up his effort to discredit mail-in voting as vulnerable to fraud ramping up attacks on twitter and on television I think mail. Voting is is going to rig the election I really do they want to steal an election? That's all. This is all about they want to steal the election. There's no way you can go through a mail in vote without massive cheating Democrats are pushing to expand mayland voting and change existing voting laws to make it easier for people to cast ballots at home because of the corona virus, the president wants his political allies to fight back against that, and they have now pledged twenty million dollars for that effort for real. Only Donald Trump is weird enough to have beef with the mail. Every day, he's less like president and more like a neighbor Sitcom Down Damn you mailman. I mean this guy is spending twenty million dollars to sue mail in voting. Normally when trump spend that much money suing you it's because you've seen him naked I know what you saw something. You can't tell anybody you can't tell them about this thing that I got. So even though the president's and almost everyone in his administration votes, Bhai Mail clearly, he thinks letting everybody else do it would be bad for his reelection and because lawsuits alone won't stop mailing voting. The other part of trump's plan is to just stop the mail tonight. A backlog of undelivered mail is piling up in post offices around the country workers are blaming the new postmaster general top Republican campaign donor who has given more than one point one, million dollars. To the trump victory fund louis joy force cost cutting measures leading to undelivered mail piling up post offices across the country and CBS News confirmed this Internal Postal Service directive that outlines an operational pivot, saying extra trips to deliver mail are no longer authorized and that we may see male left behind or mail in the work room floor or docks, which is not typical. The service insists it's not intending to slow down any delivery or risk any election male but the stakes are high for the US to follow through on its promise of on time delivery thirty two states currently will not count ballots that arrive after election day even if postmarked earlier. Wow. Even, if few male your ballot and on time thirty, two states won't count them if the post office gets them in. Late. And that doesn't sound like an election. That sounds like what happened to me in high school. I gave my friend a love letter to pasta my crush, but then he decided to skip third period instead. So she never got my letter. So she went to Prom with another guy and then they ended up getting married and having a kid. So that should have been my kid and that's what I told the cops they made me give the kid back. anyways. That's why you gotTa de-fund the police. So look if trump his cronies are trying to sabotage the post office, there's only one solution. And I hate to say it folks but we have to let bed bath and beyond run mail in voting. Because no matter how much I try to stop them I keep getting those coupons in the mail. It's ridiculous. Don't need this elite or this mail. I don't need to know that there's thirty five percent of shower curtains. Oh Shit. was expired. Anyway. So trump has been on a crusade against mail in ballots, and then he installed a close political ally who just happened to start slowing down the mail, which means that come November, a lot of votes that supposed to make it by election day might not. It also means that in the meantime, all the other male is getting delayed and it's having a huge effect on people's lives in some parts of the country. Customers are waiting weeks further mail. These neighbors in Chicago's Dunning neighborhood want consistent US Postal, service mail delivery Susan Carter says when Mail is delivered. It comes late and sometimes it's not there's i. just think the system fell apart and I don't think they care about us all that stuff. That's important. You that nobody else should be get maybe going to somebody else's house in Baltimore people waited two hours in hopes of getting their mail that never showed up many aren't getting bills and paychecks on time putting a strain on their homes and businesses covid five everything. The only thing I didn't Zimbabwe's The mail as he veteran myself get medication through the mail. I rely on. Not. To have it when I need it, that's a travesty to a veteran. Yeah you see a lot of people think that mail is just a waste of paper credit cards that they're not gonNA, sign up for an ads for shit that they're not going to buy. But for many many people, that's how they get their medicine. It's how they communicate with family members in prison and for many areas of the country especially rural areas. The Post Office is the only way they can receive mail. So the male might mean nothing to you, but it means everything to some people. Think. Of It like a Wilson voluble it might not mean anything to you. When Tom Hanks got trapped on an island, it was his everything. Do you think he was. Volleyball. No so look. It's becoming clear as day that unless trump changes his mind on the post office just like every other trump business, it could be doomed. So maybe to save themselves, the postal service should do what every foreign dictated does. Flatter the shit out of trump. Are you a trump supporter who needs to mail your electricity bill or an angry letter CNN. Then you're in luck introducing the new president trump commemorative stamps specifically designed by the US Postal Service in a desperate attempt to earn his approval. Each stamp commemorates one of our presidents great achievements like the time president trump defeated the sun in a staring contest or the night that president trump personally killed. Osama bin Laden. And true collectors will cherish the stamp featuring president trump's stunning cameo in the WOP video, and if you order now, you'll also receive a booklet of Mike, Pence stamps that you can pace next to trump. So he can forever gaze annoyingly at the greatest president of our lifetime Mike Pence stance have no value. So order now these stamps will only run until November third or maybe twenty, twenty four we'll see what happens. Support for this podcast comes from cdw on Dell Technologies. BET CDW. Gee. We get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging. GotTa, do it I WanNa do it got? Do it slowdown friend CDW JEEZ experts can help simplify your transition from legacy to hyper converged infrastructure with Dell technology solutions that offer speed and agility. Have done it done yet why isn't it done yet? Aren't you orchestration by CDW? People who get it find out more at CDW DOT? com. Slash del Tech. Support for this podcast comes from beam. Oh should these uncertain times alter your approach to managing treasury cash what four strategies can help optimize returns unpredictable times call for expert insights. Read the Article Corporate Treasury optimizing liquidity in an uncertain environment by James Santoro managing director liquidity specialist get his expert take at B. M. O. M. dot com slash covid that's B. M. O. C. M. dot com slash Cova Corporate Treasury we work here. Tuesday was a big day for the twenty twenty presidential campaign. It's the day that Mike Pence go to brand new tattoo. But also Joe Biden announced comma. Harris. As his running mates and yesterday commonly wasted no time getting into the fights Harris also signalled she'll do it vice presidential running mates usually do aggressively attack the other side the case against Donald Trump and Mike pence is open and shut his refusal. To get testing up and running. His flip-flopping on social distancing and wearing masks his delusional belief that he knows better than the experts. All of that is reason. And the reason that an American dies of covid nineteen every eighty seconds dam that was brutal. And you would probably ruined trump's day. Why is Orosa being shown nasty to me and why she fringed with Ben What happened folks but just as Kamla immediately went on the attack conservative media immediately started taking their own shots at her I wouldn't trust Kamala Harris. I think she's very ambitious. He's a very mean person. Nobody likes to have a sort of a mad woman I call her because she was so angry and so such hatred with justice. CAVENAUGH. I've never seen anything like it just seems to come across as a bit abrasive is as the president mentioned I know if she can warm things up and be little more charming would describe her as A. Congresswoman okay. She'll cortes sh. But smarter, and without the bartending experience, she might look like the package. But when it comes to people judging her especially women think feel there's not won't say yeah you know what? Fox News has a really good point here. Americans always want their leaders to be warm. I mean, that's why trump won the dude. So warm he sweats his makeup and I really don't get the criticism that Kamla is too ambitious. How do you get on a presidential ticket if you're not ambitious? What you GonNa be sitting at home on the couch DNC is gonNA come knocking on the door like Sir put down that joint we need you in the. White. House but the big question is, why is it that when female candidates run for office the media starts to bring up tropes and stereotypes that they don't bring up for male candidates. Well, to help us figure that out. We're joined by our very own say Sloan Dul say first off. Thank you for taking the time to join us today taking the time drivers garrone. What else was I use my time for work were you caught organized closet in alphabetical order lousy? against. Dresses you getting wait what who organizes the closet by alphabet she knew by color. Clearly. is still suffering from apartheid driver but I free. Okay. Well, either way you'll say, I appreciate you because I'm trying to figure out the media's coverage of Kamla Harris like what do you make of its? Same Bullshit is always driver. Milk candidates you've covered less leg politicians in more like Miss Universe contestants. How does she smiles you look good and address will Steve Harvey Her Name Right But why do you think the media has this double standard in politics politics? The negroes. Everywhere have you not been paying attention to this wet pussy controversy? Oh, you mean like why? Kylie Jenner. was in the video. In about talking about the goofy ass girl is still in man no I'm not talking about the stall I'm talking about what people are talking about the salt hardy. Be these values have given us a sex positive solid summer celebrating women owning a sexuality nothing men have been doing since Adam's apple in the garden eating a guy in his first Boehner. Do Say I don't remember that part in the Bible. The point is male musicians talk about sex all the time talking about their hard dixon skating everywhere. But women do it people like this vogler inappropriate what about the children that look up to them? WHO CARES CRACKING DOWN Children Cardi B. in Megan's valium not nannies I know it's confusing. You see two women of Color in a really nice house and you still aid in Mackenzie or just offscreen their mandarin tutor but used double standard Trevor Okay do say but to play devil's advocate, you have to admit it's a really graphic song. tramper on an a repressed patriarchal society. Would people consider a woman's pleasure? Rafic man don't have to send their pleasure dragging Bruno Mars and sing about eating pussy getting hard. But they still gonNA buy Thanksgiving dinner but if Cardi B. does she the. Who's taken outside while you know there is another thing I mean there's something about rap that as soon as some white people here it sounds graphic. You know just just because it's rap like I, could be like it's really cool to stay in school and then some white people would be like, Whoa, calm down Sir you know. So there's always a chance that the problem wasn't the message as much as the fact that it's hip. John. At again. Thousand for a whole different reason. No was just trying to show like like when you say something with the flow I would go. Whatever it was that. The point is we don't live in a society that's comfortable with women claiming their sexuality it doesn't matter if it's rap or country. Was a country music started saying the same offer made with still be upset I I don't know I. Don't know about that does say like. Now you turning it into like a hypothetical argument all what people's reaction would be if a country music star sang like we we don't know now you don't know what I call my girl Margo prices a grammy nominated country star to help me prove Mac. White. Gone. Look gun eater. Wade's. Goddess. Needed King. Been Lean. On. Lacks. Got To. China. Scheme. On show. Dangling. NSEN. Game this. Common. Claps. ME John. A. You mean. Thing if. You. Will. We'll see that one do all say. Damn Dorsey, that was. Actually, amazing I mean it's still graphic but that was amazing. How did you get mogul price to do that? You don't know me driving you All Day sitting at home Organiz I'm doing things maybe which reminds me I gotta find something g Let's begin with another important story about race in America. Now. This is a story all about how one young man's life got flipped turned upside down and I'd like to take a minute just sick right there I'll tell you about how this man became the prince of town called Belair. Now if you're saying, hey, trip come on. That's a Sitcom No. It's deadly serious and the fresh prince of Bel Air is getting a dramatic makeover. To live with your local. According to the Hollywood reporter Will Smith is teaming up with Morgan Cooper to create a new show on Cooper's viral youtube trailer. He created last year that reimagined the beloved nineteen nineties comedy as a Modern Day Drama Smith is onboard produce and Cooper will write and direct the Ribas. Okay. I'm going to be honest. I don't know how to feel about this because yes, the trailer looks amazing but that's just the trailer I'm worried there's a lot of other moments from the original show that might not work in a drama I don't care what you say there is no way to make costumes dancing dramatic and I know this because we've tried. Home. a you see. Plus I would argue that the original fresh prince already had a lot of drama. I mean Caulton had a pregnancy scare Jeffrey almost got deported and overnight they switched duck skin for light skin or that she was traumatic as Hell but look I get it. Hollywood is experiencing a lot of success with dramatic gritty reboots. No Joker Riverdale. So fresh prince make sense. In fact, I'M NOT GONNA complain I'm going to cash in on this I'm pitching my own dramatic reboot? Of Spongebob squarepants. Beloved the scene. Wars Changeable. Metal Kill. Let's move on. Now from the world of fiction to a story, you'll wish wasn't real congress is about to get even crazier Georgia far-right gop candidate Marjorie Taylor Green has won her primary. She has ties with. Cuban. On an online conspiracy theory group that the F. B. I. labeled a potential domestic terrorism threat. Woman's come under fire for making great antisemitic anti Muslim comments. He's also listed on the southern poverty law center's hate watch he's been endorsed by a man with ties to local white supremacists and she's A. In the few went on conspiracy theory that centers on a person who posts his cue cliff inside knowledge of the president quietly leading a revolution against the quote deep state and everyone's can be put in jail. That's right. Q Non Conspiracy Theorists is about to become a member of Congress and if you're wondering what's Cunanan, well, it's a movement that believes that Hollywood and the Democratic Party are actually a secret worldwide child sex trafficking ring whose members harvest the blood of children for his life extending properties. And that the only person protecting the world from this evil is Donald Trump. So let me get this straight on the one hand. The Democratic Party is so smart and powerful the they can run a secret shadow organization. But they're also stupid enough to be outsmarted by don't trump also. Donald. Trump was BFF's with Jeffrey Epstein Aka, the White Arcades. So how the hell is he gonNA protect something that he's a part of I mean that's like Cardi B. Trying to protect the wolf from people who make bird sounds. And, another dump thing about this conspiracy, why would any sane adults think the drinking children's blood could have the power to make you young guys everyone knows you could only get younger by drinking the blood of Paul run. Red Blood the secrets are having an adult baby-faced forever red blood before we go. I. Wanted To remind you that there are a lot of groups out there right now who are working to protect and advance voting rights for the elections in November. Now, one of these organizations is the Alliance for youth or doing, which is a national network of local youth led organisations mobilizing to get people to vote. Now, if you can help them and you'd like to join in their 'cause, then please visit the link below and donate whatever you can. 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Instagram Your Corruption

Lovett or Leave It

55:49 min | 3 years ago

Instagram Your Corruption

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John Emily me Andy Molly everybody fucking minds Michael Avi Nadi we didn't know what to do with you but we liked you at arm's length there was like ah your hands your feisty lawyer with a client with a sexually explicit story that kept trump on his heels about some late breaking news in an interview with the Des Moines Register Michael Avenue said I'm exploring a run for the presidency of the for us to be okay with you you have no business running for president we liked you on Don Lemon with good evidence that the president was afraid of that was cool to you so I'm now speaking directly to you do you hear the ambivalence do you hear it you're GONNA lose all of us you went to Iowa on is chockablock with towels I use the phrase chalk I don't know visit parachute home dot com slash love it for free shipping and returns on parachutes premium quality ultra soft working a few people that managed to get trump on his heels I have a nuanced position on Michael al-banadi but this is a fucking joke stop making hard let's say you hear that Michael and I wanted to come to Iowa and listen to people and learn about our next show is going to be on Tuesday night at the improper and accorded on Tuesday so GET TICKETS IF YOU'RE IN LA before we started the show I did want to I need you in fucking I don't need you standing next to Kamla Harris and Kirsten Gillibrand imagine that it's going to be fucking Shitty don't over converted to the Indian molly or getting some parachute stuff well good for them there are them I wonder what three words they'll use last them you spoke at a county fair or something all right you got a couple of headlines out of it get out get out you're flying too close to the Sun Ah you kind of have that same unexhausted fighter sleazy thing that trump has and we're like I don't know maybe you fight fire with fire you put him on CNN it seems to be The Sun Is Iowa all right let's start the show because we have an incredible panel tonight we have a lot to talk about she is an actress cutback to carcass. I don't give a shit Michael Alvin thinks about Early Childhood Education Naomi at Penn was love or leave it a few weeks ago and she said this about him that he's a messy bitchy lives for drama but who will also have your back in John Love it so thank you for being here thank you I didn't know that you were you so let's talk about it I can you just thought he was Jon Lovitz so now getting in bath linens they offer a sixty trials you don't love it just send it back it says you're in the copy that they just sent us some stuff for your brother Andy and he's getting into this and he's a is an rapper recently seen in oceans eight and will be seen in crazy rich Asians opening August you may know her as aquafina please welcome Nora lung whatever Larry King's doing a podcast maybe John Lewis is doing about guys you know what I don't I don't feel great about it but I'm very glad that I'm here you are a busy lady people make mistakes you prepped for John Lewis John Limits I was gonna say I loved you as a DJ in the wedding singer. Welcome back to the show Emily Heller Emily I how are you I was I told you that you were fresher than fresher and you also said hi just thought he was like you know he's and she is a stand up comedian and TV writer who was just nominated for an emmy for her work on Atrios Barry Us you know sorry my confidence is shattered bring out our last guest he is a writer net flicks is daybreak and host of crooked media's keep it please welcome back Ira Madison the third just hoping they'd replaced you with John Lewis you should let him host someday mix said sub-host I'm a little insecure about it because like what if it doesn't work amount of corruption this week representative Chris Collins of New York was indicted on federal charges of insider trading according to the indictment on June what a week this is a weak defined by an unusual many seconds collins was at the White House Congressional Picnic when the company's Chief Executive emailed the board of directors to inform them that a trial had failed cons quickly I thought I was GONNA see Jon Lovitz to know all right let's get into it God makes no sense how are these results even possible prosecutors say that within six minutes collins repeatedly called his son who owned more than two percents of innate stock that's the company after his son finally answered sorry my dad's me why does it he did I member of Congress to endorsed Donald Trump he refused to drop out of his race Collins called charges meritless they don't sound meritless they sound x Dump Congressman Dad's call me again after his son finally answered the sun allegedly shared the news with his fiancee's father from associates over the years one of Ross's former colleagues called him a pathological liar donald trump called Ross a legendary wall street genius and named merited he's GonNa amount of vigorous defense in court to clear his name he's GonNa Woah he's GonNa find the real killer good luck man Paul Ryan said insider trading is a clear violation of the public trust and announce that Collins would be removed from his seat on the Energy and Commerce Committee until the matter is settled also it was order this week by Forbes by journalist Dan Alexander that Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross may have stolen as much as one hundred and twenty million dollars other unnamed co-conspirators who then made tiny traits of the stock in the following days on June twenty-sixth news of the failed drug became public and the stocks plummeted collins was the emily we are surrounded by a shocking amount of corruption do you feel like we're inured to it could rank among the biggest drifters in American history trump saw that fell jealous and then actually had like a rare moment of self reflection does it make a difference is this what do you think I personally feel like Wylie coyote when he runs off the cliff before he looks down cabinet in these particular positions trump explain to a crowd of supporters. I just don't want a poor person yeah you don't remember that because that is not even on the top one thousand I'm like corruption could so easily ruin everything about our lives that I try not to look too closely at it because I feel like we're about to find out what happens when literally everyone is he was like oh I want that to what's wrong with me. Throughout the past year reports have emerged that commerce secretary among other things lied about his net worth for at least the of our interactions with the government and that kind of decline can happen at any moment wasn't something I thought about today but now feels morale Ed was accused of financial crises era insider trading by European lawmakers concealed his investments in a Russian shipping company with ties of Ladder Putin allegedly built colleagues out of millions longside full volume nora we are day-lewis by these kinds of stories but oculus that anyone would not be corrupt sadly I believe one of the things we learn I want to believe that people are like something that does matter to people do you think that these simple stories you know another thing that happened this week is trump who's wrong on everything without exception it is that hyperbolic no actually the fact that corruption can eat away at a society and I and then quickly and then reach into every facet in won't do that stuff but I also like drive a car in L. A. and I know how people actually are right I guess I would say right like Wilbur Ross it you know something we've talked about on policy of America that actually Dan pfeiffer comes back to a lot is that corruption is one of those messages where I know people say like ll nothing matters but corruption that's a good question I think that there is a very high level of tolerated legal corruption totally and that's partly what enable trump because he was allowed to say is is definitely the fourth car making a left on red view like and his windows are all the way down and he is blasting the galling mind-blowing story by Propublica that found that there are three wealthy members of the WHO is people being like actually corruption is good is this working us instagram their corruption I mean the drake feature really what do you think is the appropriate response to this kind of news what do you think we should be saying about the fact that Wilbur Ross maybe and what's interesting is as you know I try new things out every week with you and every week you're laughing a little harder Hillary Clinton Mar a lago club secretly running the Veterans Affairs Administration as a hobby from the golf course that's Nora and Shannon Things Donald Trump Forbes broke scandal claims that even if half of the accusations are legitimate the current United States Secretary of commerce do you would you be willing to die to join trump bedminster to have a little influence yeah what does that mean just get in there is very festus and has decided to do a favor for the chemical companies and perhaps allow as best back into our lives. I know that so it's nothing new but you know I think we just have to keep calling it out but there's always oh good for them one of them is the the chairman of Marvel really make sense captain more you know it's like you call it out and other people are like oil healthy don't discover my corrupt I feel like corruptions not new what's new get my Irma's instagram. Your corruption episode title done speaking of Instagram your corruption and in absolutely the corruption kickstarter. Hey guys listen I don't like the world but it is the world can I call can I call the government and I sure more Democrats should just be showing up to trump with a suitcase basically here's the thing I pick a policy more money for schools let's say all you gotTa do is you joined trump bedminster sure you get in there and you're like hey me join his organization for like two weeks get the goods expose is this a good time to announce my go fund me kind of inhabiting are these people are being called out and do you think that when they get called out that eventually they'd be scared to do anything that you even if they get called out they still will continue doing it forever and ever and ever I started getting into him like recently released a new album ah soon enough they'll be outside at home with Janine Piero laughing and I love that woman you love your opinions straight she's one hundred twenty million that trump is doing favors that'd be at this corrupt house to put US bestest back in circulation well as you know I think a white people steal all the roll I don't think they have a global membership if you belong to one trump club you belong to the rest house running through references I feel like they definitely earned a highly anticipated account of life inside the trump White House they would not confirm or deny the recordings her book in part details trump's quote mental decline quote without commenting on the specific contents of unhinged spokesman for Simon and Schuster said we are confident that I'm Rosa manigault newman can substantiate happening. They're getting closer they're getting they're cute yeah but you know everything has cycle they like drain the swamp and people were like yes and he was like Hillary's in the swamp people roy sort of and I'm still figuring out what I'm allowed to say about Democrats to them it's set to come out August fourteenth and I guess I could sit here and pretend she's not getting my money which is I've got I've got a preordered signed it's so funny that someone who studied under trump like on the apprentice and he kept bringing back Arab until the lion learns to write every story will glorify the hunter it's too much who cares I just doc Arosa from big brother is releasing a tell all book entitled unhinged which sources have set includes secretly recorded conversations with Donald Trump number now yeah let's Fund schools going to do it did that'd be able to then get into mar-a-lago from Memorial Day weekend your cooling bitch she was tough it's funny look I've never been a Giuliani and I love him too being of infiltrating the government for short while and then leaving and just telling everybody to win it's time because you know what even though he kept firing her has turned the tables on him if she wants to be our man in Havana then let her granted her tape recordings certainly you're Sean fucking spicer because you know how you know a book as a piece of Shit if Sean Hannity is like you gotTa give this book I'm rose is a lot of noise out there but do you think that that makes sense to people like this is wrong I hate a specis as sucks do you think that this is happening now the all the corruption or do you think that it's always she she was shining shoes really great on the jinx she walked Janine Bureau was good on the James or like story it's gotTa read the Book I see what the book says but I do think that it's like when people talked about her like how the fuck the two million I asked for windows I don't know we get them and here's the thing people really don't expect results on kickstarter so take the pressure off right right few million dollars and I was thinking about it is for windmills okay that's what my goal will be I know seems crazy you give me the two million I want to hear IRA reading time. She hasn't returned my email the cover features the African province Erica just like you just show up with a suitcase full of money I've got some ideas for the national parks two million and gets you windmills five dollars gets you a poster for every Maga- hat you buy a share of the government carried herself with more integrity in leaving this White House than all the serious so-called adults your Gary cones your rex Tillerson's your Dina Powell's yours I'm going to read it the morning audible man yeah I wonder if she read for it I hope I don't want to hear her own audible we've never seen someone eat so much Taco bell while saying they're not eating carbs right now nor are you going to read the book yes please over on the tapes Emily Iras point it's hard to admit but I believe that arm Orosa has doc and I own fifty one percent government speaking yeah that's I opening the White House is like grey's anatomy it's really hard to keep track well yeah I think I will I mean it sounds juicy right what do you make of her I didn't even know that she was in the White House until actually just two minutes ago so there's more money in it so donald sutherland reader cooking Donald Jon voight performing unhinged doc did you go straight this book unhedged brought to you man I would so love we don't always have to talk about the hardest ones it's not talking about I'm rose Lila why not weave so many shitty weeks let's just talk about I'm Orosa are we just him asking how to go pick up McDonald's they're definitely I think I would like to do like a like a a true wager on the number of times with lots remove him he doesn't violate our rules are rules are also great twitter's perfect and getting better which is impossible that we're doing it insight or domain and we're back I know it's time for a game called okay stop any website by yourself or with friends gesture using beautiful templates created by world-class designers but squarespace the powers in your hands to really make your website your own you can automisation and analytics that help you grow in real time and was squarespace you never have to worry about a glitch looking interface because everything is optimized for mobile right out of the box the future is coming make it brighter got who's on it now I hope you all help her get to the New York Times bestselling list okay we're not flogging the book is the only way to justify it and that's what she did so I feel like we got a hold off judgment we read the book but if there's nothing juicy in the book okay don't anywhere there's more love it or leave it coming up labor leaders brought to you by squarespace media recording conversations left right did you justify working for this guy I feel like the hypothetical conversation was like I mean the only way I would do it is if I would go in and just secretly record him and then write a tell all safe in in the community okay stop it is worth remembering how much better facebook has been at removing boobs than election I I'm actually thinking like if she tried to advertise that book would we say no we'd say no I probably we come back recipe's route from that perspective that's why we generally try to refer to what we do as I just there are certain content that clearly do not allow right hate speech terrorist content Nudity anything that makes people feel so maybe you have a business to promote or upcoming event to announce well destiny is calling it says you need a new website make it a reality with squarespace squares basis encouraging folks to make easily created Monday I might say yes do you have friend what a day will be what a day hope I'm there on that day hope it's not somebody else asking do you have products or services never talk about what happened to those women after the movies she just ignored the fact that he said we don't allow hate speech like the evil status from the parent trap got her own Fox News show spotted by in Youtube followed apple as it facebook which currently unpublished multiple pages operated by Jones and info wars twitter was like now we're altering bullshit like one nipple comes out and it's like got four facebook police at your house flag Lasagna L. Listen Milano wasn't illicit Milano I did seriously no gay people come here where's Louis the movie was after nineteen eighty four devised look and feel settings products and more with just a few clicks sell anything you want online thanks to squarespace powerful ECOMMERCE functionality enjoy free insecure hosting built in search clip and the piano can say okay stop at any point to comment this week apple became the first company to remove Alex Jones and five of in four six podcast from their platform like oh you like all music even country what was that movie where there was Norma Jean is actually she's actually one of the only people whose like Holy Shit I saw some stuff in there right I mean is she a hero in ooh it's hot to the touch like is the pit bull song probably but it's like Tom Cruise the victims of crime unsafe doesn't sound like you allow all ideas this same tone of voice people use ample reason to doubt that proclamation the latest example started early yesterday morning when apple pulled several podcasts associated with the Laura Ingram Fox News had some thoughts remember what facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a Senate hearing back in April. She's like Oh you allow all speech it's closer no no come on gay people coming to this Rita Hayworth it was not illicit Milano the controversial and often incendiary Alex Jones the word incendiary should be banned it's like incendiary this is being recorded does it unhinged a platform for all ideas really over the past few months facebook and others I really do love her the most famous promulgator of horrible conspiracy theories and has been for his own career. Yeah yes why did you say it with snark with a website from squarespace had to squarespace dot com slash love it for a free trial when you're ready to launch us the offer Code Levin L. O. V. to save ten percent off your first purchase of a wet visit we love parachute we it's so comfortable it looks really good it's got some more towels from parachute John what if just reading this wrong whatever maybe you just take exactly what she's saying just say Paris we're not focusing on that she wishes we would you know why she sees reruns of the X. Files and things Fox mulder's a real person really dangerous I'm like yeah use that word that is correct ornate it seems to shutdown Jones because of course he's the media's poster child for conspiracy have you ever thought about starting a blog John no one so we what a strange thing that once a week I sit in this room and I turned to my friend and I said if you have you ever considered block Ooh what a hot take see to me incendiary I only picture things actually catching on fire so it feels like she's giving too much ground to the idea that he's okay so it's literally about Alex jets if big tech can control the information flow then they can also perhaps even employee performance in mission impossible fall out incendiary but like saying Sandy Hook didn't happen does not like Maryland yeah this is like a mirror sore veto the WHO is the come on we're selling was it's a good thing and it all works but not all ideas because they found Alex Jones Harangue other conspiracy the like she caught it it's like oh you save you all ideas and your website well what about ideas that make I had that money on DVD excellent we'll track it down somebody somebody Google take your phone and figured the puck out the hell I have given US Peiris okay he's up yeah yeah he is he is he's the median. Thank you Laura thank you. He is the media's poster child for conspiracy theories because he's the stop him first but this isn't about Alex Jones this is about freedom in our access to information say nor I applaud because a lot of people don't come to this open mind Oh and you saw that clip and you're like you're convinced she ended that wants the outcome of the midterms and even future it's about freedom I just wanted yourselves gay when we come back we're GonNa talk about the Oscars don't go anywhere Arabia and we're being neutral yes Ashley Judd of course is type of freedom American wow saying please shut my showdown will I be set free from this curse if I repeat a conspiracy theory because that's what seems to be happening do you still like the freedom I like some freedoms you know like Ryan Gosling Maryland Meditation on fame and it was good and I got to figure out what I gotTa do Conway's like when she gets conspiracy theories he seems frantic she's coming out without on the spot she gives you like a syrupy to get a primetime talk show at Fox News that is part of the US you hold your head what's crazy is Roger ailes used to do it and all right Carmen Sandiego Canada's than North America Canadians are just mad because they're fighting with Saudi here she's like I know I shouldn't have taken the Amulet I am sorry let me put it back I don't know why I can't put it back I'm sorry can't you see and he still does it there's just one part of his office where you hold your hand out and it just gets hot Laura Ingraham also this week right and then like hold a lighter when shake that's right conway seems like she's currently on fire at all times actually Ashley Judd on all of you norma Jean and Marilyn was Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd Ashley Played Norma Jean Nearly Gay people here Yeah Nice work to it's nice work with the Hell Gratien and she's getting closer and closer to just come out and saying I want America to be white and that's what my that's what I'm after and you know freedom means white basically came right out and said she said that she doesn't want a demographic shift in America that America didn't vote for this demographic shift that accounts for both illegal and legal and look much better very sharp you buy that soon a story look like shit like death warmed over hey are you in a high school production guys and dolls no AH wants to help those illegals vote something like that yeah that like she could stick her hand better leave it more on the wet lover lead is brought to you by Indochino a made-to-measure suit looks and fits way better than a generic off the rack suit boy does it does it does hey hey hey you you you Michael Phelps because you're swimming in that suit you know you look ridiculous that your father suit yeah how many sizes too big of that you're swimming in it now 'cause that's what you look like you've bought old suits for children can okay cool those pinstripes or did you sit on a bench that had been recently painted why are you see I want you return the heart I will say her delivery is a lot better that say in the heat of the night well her eyes were both symmetrical you know what Margaret your fabric chooser customisations submit your measurements wait for your custom suit to arrive in just a few weeks indochino makes it easy for men everywhere to purchase the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price this eight fit guys loved the wide selection of high quality fabrics and the option to personalize all the details including your lapel lining in monogram here's how it works visit a showroom or shop online at Indochino dot com take my listeners can get any premium indochino suit for just three hundred seventy nine dollars at Indochino DOT com when entering L. 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Those films rarely crossover in the best pitcher I just think they will changing the way popular movies are made because like I don't want action movies to suddenly like stop and meditate on the importance and power of cinema which is what they are want the rock to show up at every ceremony is the only way they can make that happen and I I will say I'm not looking forward to like this I mean it's hard because they haven't released the criteria yet to but you know like popular could mean a lot of things you know a lot of women's films are popular but collections for both men and women but also expanded to sunglasses is the part where I pick up sunglasses listen closely is the sound of Leuven sunglasses hitting table movement as have you read any of them like vipers book for adults and Finally Cloud Atlas Popular Good Openings Finish your degree I just think it's like not the most

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Loving Your Gut and a Ravintsara Sneak Peek

"Did you know that your gut microbiome begins to affect your body? The moment you're born you're has the ability to impact so many parts of your help so it stands to reason that you should make sure to keep it happy and healthy. But how exactly do you go about improving your gut health? That's what we'll talk about today and we'll give you all the best tips. Welcome back to essential oil solutions with Dotan. The podcast where you'll hear exciting useful and simple everyday uses essential oil from experts in the field. If you like what you hear today rate review and subscribe wherever you listen. We always appreciate hearing from you today. We're excited to sit down with pepper signaller. A member of our product marketing team to talk all about got pepper. Thank you so much for coming in sitting down with us today. Yeah no problem. Glad to be here so what I want to talk to you about is a really big topic right now. And that's gut health. So could you tell us a little bit about why? 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And that's where you get heartburn and so when its enteric coated those gases are released and so it keeps them down lowered. They can't do any damage. Oh that's why enteric coated is so important for peppermint Parent Soft Gel. And that's and that's why that's such a great product. I want more people to know about that because it's a great product with a lot of science behind it. There's so many different studies. There's even some that have been done on children by what I want people to be careful when they give it to their children but there are some studies that show that peppermint oil can help with children and lower intestinal issues. So if you haven't checked that out check off Joe hipp it's online. It's for everyone to download and take a look at but all the cities that's great and so people can go online. They can look at these studies for themselves and dig into the research behind that if that's something they're interested in absolutely that's so great pepper. Thank you so much for explaining to us a little bit more about how the gut works. Why it's important and these incredible products that don't tear has available for people to help support their gut. You're welcome. Let's take a moment to learn a little bit more about the science behind peppermint essential oil with Dr Scott Johnson. Rich Menthol and Menthol on peppermint has an extensive history of use for digestive support when used internally and is frequently used during the massage for. It's soothing effects. But did you know that? Ingestion of peppermint essential oil in a capsule may support healthy cognitive function. While performing demanding tasks Menthol is known to interact with cold sensitive receptors in the superficial layers of the skin. Triggering that pleasant cool sensation when you apply peppermint topically. If you've had a rough day this cooling sensation can relieve tension when peppermint is incorporated into a neck and head massage to complement the effects of the massage. Outta drop to your thumb and press it to the roof your mouth today. Were so excited to share with you. A little bit about the history and impact of a special new oil that dough. Tara is sharing this month picture. If you will Turkey's grand bazaar in the eighteenth century sellers are shouting their wares. From the thousands of shops around you. The flash of brilliant colors from the woven rugs are on display among the chaos. You would most likely find a shop. Selling precious rose oil though what you won't be able to tell just by looking at it is. The oil being offered is not secure rose oil at all. It's been mixed with a clever imitation of rose oil called by many names some of which are Rocha Ginger Grass and Palmer Rosa because of the similarities between the way rose oil and Palmer Rosa oil smell. It's been used by vendors throughout history to dilute the expensive rose oil and make a larger profit. But what exactly is Palm Orosa and where does it come from Palma Rosa? Whose scientific name is Simba. Cogan Martini is a grass. That is native to Southeast Asia. It's a member of the poicy family of grasses which is the same family as LEMONGRASS and CITRONELLA. The poicy family is a large family of flowering plants. Now this family is the single most important source of food in the world because rice and corn also come from this family now. The actual appearance of the pommereau supplant is that of a tall grass. The leaf blades are long thin and pointed at the end and they can grow up to twenty inches long. The color of the leaf is a rich. Dark Green. And the underside is powdery. It's also been known throughout history as Turkish or Indian geranium because there's also been a comparison of the smell of Palma Rosa to geranium flower. Now this is because like Geranium the main constituent and Palma Rosa is geranium throughout history Palmer. Rosa hasn't just been prized for. Its incredible sent. It's also been used in many other parts of everyday life. One use is for cooking indulgent desserts. Light delicate dishes as well as beverages. It has also added to Indian curry dishes and some west African meat dishes. Palma Rosa was even used as incense by the ancient Egyptians in the temples of the initiates in more modern times it has been used an IRA -tic health practices and commercially. It's used to send soaps indifferent toiletry items. Let's talk a bit now. About the personality of Palm. Rosa Paul Rosa has been described as gentle powerful and loyal. She has a feminine sent but a masculine power and because of this beautiful combination. Palma Rosa can teach us how to lead with power and with strength but also with gentleness and love. This incredible send has also been utilized to enhance meditation practices on top. That smells smooth and gentle but under knee. You can detect different busier nature. It's lemony rose. Like softness is both soothing and sharp censoring and comforting the heart and mind and clearing away oppression Palmer. Rosa can open your awareness during meditation when placed over your third eye or brow and it is especially helpful in balancing your heart. Shock Gra allowing you to see others and yourself compassionately generously and with love. We sat down with Bishnu Addicott. The director of CO impact and strategic sourcing for Tara to talk about how terr- brings this wonderful Palmer Rosa oil to you BISHNU. Thank you so much for coming in sitting down with US. Today thank you. It's a privilege And Dora sources palmer royal from Nepal. And I'm a Nepalese citizen. How Privileged? I am to come and tell you the story from the ground. That is amazing that you have such a personal connection to it. Why did O ter choose to Source Palmeiras from Nepal? Couple of reasons pomeroy. The very well grows in humid and rainy weather. The eastern part of Nepal actually the eastern southern part of Nepal where there is intensive monsoon rain and high temperature. It's a great area for a poem rose to grow on top of that there are wetlands where it grows it. Florida sits very well on top of that. In that particular. Kerner of the country there are subsistence farmers. They don't have any other income than their regular grain cultivation. They do in their terrorists. Wow so when we introduce Palma Rosa in that area in started farming and stealing. It's an additional income to the families. Usually they don't have cast coming to their families right so It's an additional income. Specially to that women who grows his land species about four hundred families are involved in this cultivation and about eighty percent of them are women. Wow and most of them have no other income coming to their family so US meaning dough. Tara Sourcing Oil. From that area we put additional income specially cast into the hands of those women otherwise have no cast coming to their families. That's incredible and I'm sure it makes such a difference in their family's life that they have this additional crop that they're able to now grow and get that additional income source. That's very right. And specially in the context of this landlocked country that have fewer opportunities for exports. Right though it's very uniquely situated country and has many unique plant species because of not having access to the proper transportation or shipping work It's very hard for them. To take their stuff out of the country right dot. Tara going there and arranging these making these arrangements for them to be able to sell it and make extra income for their family is incredible help in reducing poverty in that area and I do think that's so important that everyone listening to this can understand because that is one thing that does Tara puts as a priority when they are going and they are sourcing. These oil from all around the world is making sure that they are helping the people that they are working with that. They're giving those Farron on time payments that they put such a priority to and that they're helping to change the lives of the people they work with the specially with this polymer rose cultivation. There are two special benefits out of it okay. One is environmental benefit it is cultivated as inter cropping so other crops can flurries as it is growing and it is really good for controlling other weeds to grow in that area interesting so it provides environmental benefit from that of course it has a social impact a benefit as you have indicated earlier. I mentioned earlier that there does through. These purchasing operation creates four hundred and fifty additional jobs in that area Wow at the same time. This is a new business practice for that particular smaller community to be able to be paid on time to be able to fairly treated with the in the relationship of payment and at the same time have a guaranteed buyer absolutely yeah guaranteed buyer for a longer term relationship. Mix them in the benefit to continue to grow this plant and sell it to us. Bishnu what would you say the most important parts of this sourcing story for Pommereau says you know we've gone over these different aspects of it. What do you think the most important parts are? I think if I count I count three most important parts. It's environmental benefit related to its inter cropping Didn't have to trade their terraces where they grow for the grand for their daily uses. It's rather just a wasted land. Use it so it's a benefit for them wished did land if they left uncultivated it usually eroded by heavy monsoon rain okay but with these plants you cover the area and controlled the erosion as well. That's a very strong environmental benefit. Yeah absolutely that's the first component second component we consider it as a poverty solution We create jobs. We be on time and we pay them. Fairly third component very important is didn't have market even if they would have produced in the past they have nowhere to sell now they have a guaranteed buyer because they have relationship with us with Tara. So yeah these are the three benefit I I think. Come at the top benefits on. I think those are incredible. And that's what helps make this story of Palmer assess so beautiful. Is there anything else before we end that? You'd like to tell us about the sourcing Palmer Elsa a couple of things like Palmer. Rosa is a native plant from the Indian continent. If we look at the end sent Indian medical practices medicinal practices Indian physicians in the past used Palmer road the oil as antibacterial and antiseptic measure. The treated skin infections and other infects and through this will. Wow and they also prescribed this for pain relief and it's been in that continent in practice for thousands of years. Wow now it's coming to the rest of the world and it is great that sourcing from the native area and then taking to around the world is a benefit and that is so incredible and the people of Dough. Tara who now get to experience this oil like you said it's such an amazing thing to bring it from these native lands where it's been used for thousands of years now. Everyone gets this opportunity to use it Bishnu. Thank you so much for joining us. And for sharing this wonderful information about Palmer Rosa and the way that dough terrier has sourced this beautiful oil. Thank you since it is from my nitty country. It's always exciting for me to tell the story because I have made those people and I have seen the changes in their lives because of our business with them. So it's good for me to tell the real story absolutely well. We love it and we always love hearing from you thank you. Thanks for joining us. And congratulations on living a healthier lifestyle with essential oils. If you liked what you heard today Rape Review and subscribe wherever you listen also if you want to try any of the products you learned about go to Doe Tara Dot com or find a wellness advocate near you to place an order today.

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Karamo Brown & Gina Kirschenheiter

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

24:25 min | 1 year ago

Karamo Brown & Gina Kirschenheiter

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me Andy Cohen and he can help you get your life back and Vicky see parties? She looked like a mad hatter on crack is what happens with Gina cushion. Either in Kerama. Oh now the the host Andy Cohen live in the clubhouse with a man who's a qualified life coach woman could probably use one Morris County Gina Gershon Queer is Fab five out with a Fab. New Children's book. Look this is so cute. It's called imperfectly designed. Please welcome back. Bravo Superfan Kerama. Oh great the bar. It's the person who shares credit for Rama's new book he also happens to share his DNA. WHO ALMOST SON and CO author Jason Brown? It's great to see how Jason I'll be twenty three years later this month. Okay very good happy birthday back so you have two kids. I met your others tair. I started when I was five. Right yes awesome. Let's get started I tonight. We learned that Kelly's geriatric dog. Aw reminds her of someone special take a look at the Shady boot moment of the night and taking care of geriatric dog especially all by myself. I have to walk the dogs like four or five times a day to give a pill. I know Steve must feel like taking care of all right. Emily and Shane went out on a romantic date. But it turns out. There was nothing romantic about it. Take a look excited to be on date. Night gives us the opportunity to. I'm not eating any any brads Brad so I was thinking maybe we should go to like couples therapy though yeah we can save them therapy money and just be nice. Show your commitment really interested in the morning on things. And then I'll tell you. Why is it all reside like one hundred percent? It's hard because for ten years. I've always had a problem with the way he talks to me. Go to do what we're supposed to do. Karamoko motel this woman. What to do? Remember you perfectly designed and lead that man immediately. I mean like that was bad from the beginning to end. He was telling her what she should eat. He was not listening to her. She was trying to express it. I need help and he was like no. How about you be nice? Putting all the fault on her not taking on of it on on his own lead time ago you have the closest port. Pov of this situation. What are your thoughts about it? It's hard for me Obviously my situation as well. I Never WanNa see anybody being treated like. I don't even think she really respects me or any of her friends. Let alone her. So that's very difficult but I do think that there are very deep seated problems there that involve both of them. Do I think he's handling them. Well no do. I think that's coming out while now but I do think there is. It's a two way street. I do think there are things on both sides of it all right and Karama O- or taking your questions but before are we get to those. Here's what three things I'm gonNA szeswith tonight. I on tonight so see well. Tamra was away on a trip with Eddie the rest of the ladies acted like a courtroom jury who found the judge guilty. The of causing trouble watch this Bronwyn Bron was talking smack. She told us about that. You had a fight on Sunday night with Ryan and an implant house. You're out of line when I called. Ron Hey why would you bring up the Bryant. They may not July two yesterday. Dave camera says you said that I got into a fight in front of clients. I thought I was trying to make the situation better. Feed at your sticking thinking up. Lamb is the one who said the train faster and she's a she's trying to come between us. She's manipulating all of us. Were fighting I I. I don't want negativity in my life. Insurance seen as negative put on weight again one way of saying I'm gaining wage. Gesture chest is a snake. Vicky who's a pig and Tammy was a snake. Okay here's what go to. WWW DOT TV. Because I want to hear from you. Do you agree with Kelly as uh a snake. Yes or no. No no no. The person who's a snake the person who dropping all that gossip right there the table unnecessarily which is who Ali Kelly. Why are we doing that? Okay your thoughts. I completely agree. I know Tamra Yup and I think timber get such a bad rap consistently a bad rap. I I and I don't think it's fair. Ninety two percent of the audience thinks that she is so Very interested in Second Karavas. You Children's book celebrates all kinds of families so I thought he'd be perfect to give some advice to the at times highly dysfunctional family known as Bravo liberties years wet crumbling I'm GonNa give you some Bravo family issues. I WanNa hear what you have to say. Oh See Kelly dot hasn't spoken to our MOM in a couple of years. How should she take steps to repair that relationship? Well I think he needs to to figure out if from other action is going to be willing to listen to her and Andre accept what she's saying because right now she shouldn't put herself back into a space her mom not gonNa hear her Tamra Son. Ryan is having a hard hard time coping with his childhood. He didn't get the same building. Blocks that had siblings are getting now. How should Tamra navigate this respect? What he's saying? Listen to what he's saying and ask him what he needs now. SAVEBIG can grow and heal together. Gina and mount were hooking up while going through a divorce is a healthy for a couple trying to split up or does it send mixed signals I have to just be honest with you. You never do anything for children you have to do. What's healthy for you but also you can't protect what's in your house if you leave the door open so going back and hooking up is unnecessary especially when you have? Oh really great guy right now that you win CA moving to Atlanta Porsche. Just had a baby with Dennis who she found out had an affair affair while she was pregnant. What is forced to do now? I interest Dennis from day. One really really. Yes so I really think that Dennis is not into space just yet where. He's ready to change his bachelor behaviors and so she has to make a choice that the behavior she wants to mock model for her child of staying with someone who's done okay. Kenya more mark daily living in a different city than her Kenya set on Sunday. She hasn't filed for divorce yet but they are separated. Can this be repaired. I think it can be repaired because she can you got into. When they first started dating he was another place and she liked that about him? So now you can't switch the boundaries without having real communication about it so I think they just talk about it. They can work author. Cynthia Super Thirsty Mary Mike Hill. How thirsty is too thirsty ever to thirsty? Cabal like a marriage. I'm trying to it. Starts on the strain between Deandra in her mother Mamadee because Mamadee handed off the family versus while it was failing. If that's a really hard one because she he's doing what she thought was best for her to be able to respect what someone needs to do with best for them on Jersey. Are you up to date with Joe and Teresa situation getting deported. Yeah it's hard for the kids because now dad is not in the pitcher. And it's really. It's going to be difficult for them to figure out how to navigate the situation but I think if they really have real open communication at the get your workout. Thank you Kerama with the side. You earned that sip of beer. Shows Twenty eight th and while I wonder how many more seasons there can be before we literally run out of famous and kind of famous people. Here's what I want to see if my gas can spot the few remaining celebrities who haven't had the balls to show off their ballroom moves with. Did that start to answer not a chance. Was macy Gray ever on dancing with the stars now now yes she was the night. What about George? I don't even know who that is. The Hague was not tatum. O'Neal was tatum. O'Neal align sounds about right now. Yes she was. What about? Billy Ray Cyrus yes Yes I'm Orosa. I hope you so. She hasn't been parole Yes he was on. There wasn't a reliable nope Spencer. I don't know what her own good. Yes he look like for flying off by the way I every answer you ever give me is a good one. Thank you always give me reasonable answers. I thought maybe you were a little nuts that you're now going by one name no lost your last night. We did lose my last night. I well because you have a unique enough name Kerama. Mentors told me what the things that I'm working off of my career said you should go by one name. Yeah came as a nickname. Karamojong of Stanislav. Could you imagine it like on a marquis of my own show one day. Maybe but I could see Brown Gina. Jilin see what's what was your reaction. Kelly's Kelly's comments about your platinum hair. Honestly I have lowered expectations for Kelly Don and I just pretty much anything that comes out of her mouth. I'm like yeah okay. It sounds like the sewage. That generally comes out next week. See things which we two of the Trace Amigos are. No Oh boy now. Here's this week. I felt a little bit blindsided blindsided by what she said that she thinks she faked being hurt in Arizona. Kelly said Timmer told Gina. Hey when we go on our trip. Let's just you me Kelly Room together. What else did she say that? You said that I was getting thinks that you stick up for me. I at the beginning Tamra beginning and she showed me a screen shot. If you making fun of you just walked in there. And just figured she's GonNa Start Start trashing meet eluding that. I brought something out. I feel like you're being us just just aggressive and that's why it comes off this naked behavior but it's I don't think she snakes. Let's go to doors for this again doors. What's your question? Hi Andy Like Watch for Gina. Okay Gina in previous episodes. We have seen that. You were driving because of Your D. Y. Tonight's episode. You're driving with your kids. I'm just wondering if that. How did that happen? Okay okay so at the beginning I don't I don't understand any of it so so. I thought that I didn't have a license so I was. I was also terrified to drive. So he wasn't driving at all then retain lawyer. I realized that I have a full licence until the time time that I actually go to court. Oh Yeah and then you have to you know and then you read so right now yes I do not have a license. I've lost my life for a a year is a consequence of what I have done. It's a huge ramifications from a very bad decision on and I would implore everybody everybody to not make the same bad decision that I made me to Allie from Florida. Hey Alleyway question hi Andy Love You. I love you My question is for Kerama. I wanted to know this reaction to Sean Spicer's still being on dancing with the stars. Considering during how bad of a dancer is why can tell you that I had an amazing talent show that I was robbed. I should have still been there but you know what I have a lot going on. Queer eye just premiered last. Friday with Sean Sean. Spicer can't dance and he still can't dance dance. That's literally what is but it's also fan. Votes America watches the show and they vote for him right also. Our president who should be doing other stuff has been tweeting. Vote for the man right. So do you think you're going to reinstate your twitter account. You deactivated it because people were mad that you were friends with Sean Spicer. Yeah because they were getting my son's death threats and so yeah because you we're friends with Sean. Nice Sean Spicer. There was no friendship. I was just saying that if we're going to be on the same show. I'm GONNA have respectful conversation with someone who's different and de it. Had A lot of people were like how dare you. Oh my gosh and I was like. Hey if you've never seen me on television. I'm always going to be the person to build a bridge. Let's go to Jessica from Connecticut. Hey Jessica go. What's the question? Hi I'm questions for Gina Gina. His Michelle Obama has a history of formulating friendships convenient and then once that person has served their need she tosses them aside. Do you think you'll be her next victim. ooh That's an interesting question I don't and I think probably people will think I'm naive thinking that maybe I have a very good friendship with Tan. I always have and I think my friendship whatever actually goes deeper than a lot of the BS on the show and a lot of Oliver friendships have gone that way. Either an honestly she said good. She's a good person she's a good girl and I do think she does what she does. Sometimes in the Group of friends because she's Raunchy she's fiery but she's not bad all right guys it's game time on tonight's Multiple lies but I wonder if my guests can succeed being human lie detectors tonight. Let's see what truth or wives. You'll take turns spinning the box. which sound sound sturdy and Yell Stop Devitt Land on real housewives you'll listener deliver a statement about herself and agree or disagree? If you've got the point you don't your opponents go does I. I got five points wins. Let's go spin it and just stop them. Okay Terendak say your piece to render. John just doesn't dry clean. Clean my thongs. I haven't do Sonia's to okay. Is that true or false. I I think it's true. All warriors the substance. Okay cry. Michael Jackson taught me how to do the robot that is is true. Paul writes Dorri. ooh I brush my teeth four times a day and I always carry a toothbrush in my purse. I mean I would say yes. You also can't even drink out of like a glass. It's true Okay I saw when I was a kid I got to swim in a pool with gene. ackman false oh it was so specific talks in California. There's an official whoop update my honor every march. Oh it was just fun Kelly you one time Marilyn Manson asked me on a date the the fun game with my mom Bret Michaels took me me to my senior prom now back in the day. I competed on star. Search with ED McMahon to be a spokes model old enough possibly yes. Let's go for. How's it going with the new boyfriend? He's a he's a kind really really good person. We've gone through a lot of this seem things and we both have three kids like. We have a lot of similarities in the same outlook on life. And I'm really happy right now. He's divorced divorced. He has three kids he lived with no see job. Yeah he's the odd. Yeah all those things ultimately hoping we'll win dancing with the stars this season Either James Vanderbeek or Allie from fifth harmony. Okay yeah okay. Hey very good So Fi L. wants to know. Do you think Tamra knew what she was doing when she told me. About Kelly's funeral comments on one hundred percent Okay it is time for my Mazal of the day and it goes to the news that abby from below deck actually got married to the man who proposed are overtaxed. It last night's episode which is really sweet that last night below duct about wild lyles sweet. Although there these said on the phone like well if we ever get divorced this period of time have been really great anyway. Don't forget to keep it fresh US guys. Maybe when you're both comfortable you'll even want to experiment with but dialing. Today's cogos to one of the worst Thir- straps I have ever seen a button naked. David Madore and his new girlfriend with their tongues at each other's mouths. This was posted her instagram today. Did there's no ironically. Nobody looking at this forest photo shoot is getting any. Would David Madore. But I don't think that that's an asset. The people saying I want to do is eat a in Iraq with GINA and Colorado I'm perfectly designed. Jason is such a m bone Jason. You Know Your Dad doesn't have to be here for you to come back and bar to yeah absolutely so. Did you go to college or you graduated graduate. I kinda just stop going Hey how did that go over with your father. I didn't mind it. I don't think it's everyone. If you know your path and you have drive. You got it so you know what I mean. Then why we forced too many kids into college and then they drop out or they don't find their path and they're in debt. I all right. Let's go to Sarah from Kelley. Hey Sarah which question eight or I wonder how somebody how we are Indian point before the wedding planning is going great. It's sexier guys. We finally got the dates for shooting. Queer there is so that I can now no problems and it's going good. I mean my fiance has some anxiety attacks because I was going really big really extravagant so now I just don't include him in the planning to the third question. Hi Hi. I'm I have my questions for Gina How how is your friendship with Emily? Now and do you regret being there for her. You seem kind of like mean girl torture. I understand that I think I understand why it comes off that way. I have a hard time feel like a lot of the time in my friendship with emily. I've been thinking you bet it a lot and I feel like honestly. I have been almost protecting emily in a way that I use to protect my ex husband and it's it's very difficult for me because I care about her and I love her but there's a lot of things that anything she does. That is not can not how I have friendships. Okay and there's like you know examples of them that we're not going to actually go into an watch. What happens live there and I do feel? Yeah and we'll get into exactly so I will tell us was example boy okay. It's hard you've been looking at it. I have the hard thing for me because I do love her but but she's confusing. I'm glad you said that I was thinking. She has to remind you of somebody in your life or in your past pass a while. You're treating her this way so I'm so glad you opened up and said it's you're talking about it. I had to really look yeah. Okay let's go to Anthony Syracuse. Hey Anthony which question. First of all Gina you look fabulous. Okay I was wondering if you communicate with anyone from the challenge or your season of the real world. How Koran fabulous did you know look fabulous actually from my season the real world which was in two thousand and four? I actually keep up with all of them except for one. What City Philadelphia Elsia? We're just went back. Yeah Yeah let's go to make from the Bronx same egg which one don't you keep this guy. Jay Okay Induce. Hey Meg. MJ He's out Gina. Okay and I'm wondering if you regret yelling Bronwyn or he's so find her noakes eight. Oh I definitely Bronwyn but I do think that I don't think problems a bad person. I don't think she's militias. She's I think she's really good for the cast and US as a group of friends. She keeps me on my toes for sure with all this stupid stuff she says okay. Good good a kyle from Washington Heights. Say Kyle what's your question. Hi I just wanted to know for Kerama. What hello yeah you know what was the funniest moment where something got lost in translation while you guys were doing clear I Japan? It wasn't anything that lost in translation. We all were so tall and Jonathan. Wears he'll so he would hit his head constantly. That's funny because their their homes were a lot smaller and we would laugh so hard he would get very mad at us. Also one thing lost transition in the Japanese language they would say honey and so we. You should think that everyone was like Antony Antony and we were like. Why is everybody saying Anthony's name so much haunting is like like sort of a phase in like well or kind of like the transition to the next part? Okay Oh the funny okay last Melissa for New Jersey. Hey Melissa what's your question hi guys. Hey just I want to say I love you

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267. GGACP LIVE Singalong and Trivia Show

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

1:30:18 hr | 2 years ago

267. GGACP LIVE Singalong and Trivia Show

"Hi, this is Nick wider, and this is an Campbell and we love video games. We love him so much. So why we decided to punish ourselves way playing the worst in weirdest games ever made to answer this, fundamental question. How did this get played if you ever experienced the agony disappointment of playing a terrible video game? This is the podcast. You've been waiting for. We've ruined games for ourselves. How did this get played is out now? Listen in Stitcher, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Hi, this is Gilbert, God brunette. And if you wanna personal Lij video from me, hey, personal life shout out. And who would, you know just anything like high birthday happy anniversary? Congratulations. Or I hate you. And I never wanted to talk to you again. Go do cameo dot com slash Gilbert. Godfrey. I know a lot of you would like to I slide Gilbert Godfrey, cameo dot Cobb for a personalized video breeding Brum me. Hi, I'm Beverley D Angela when you're listening to Gilbert Godfrey. It's amazing colossal podcast. All right. Welcome to a special episode of Gobert, Godfrey amazing colossal podcast. Goltz request. Chelsea New York City. I'm Joe beginning piano for the evening, and please welcome. Your host Frank Santo Padre, and the goldenvoice himself. The goldenvoice. Welcome welcome, everybody. Wow. What we haven't been hearing awhile, shall we talk about what happened the less than we were here Gilbert, we did. I think three shows here and whatnot today at the end of the night, we said, you know, these are great, these are terrip. Sometimes you get that fit, you know. Each one hit. And third Orosa are raced it wasn't. Stop sticking. Right. Wasn't even working. That doesn't excuse. So we're here. What Joe McGinty at fabulous goals? Be updating the listening audience as we go sit goals request from Hilbert's. Turn me about five minutes and go what's the name of this? What's the name of this? You've been here shameful and and, and to show you what a Guinea Frank. I don't even know what he was referring to turn to me and whispered. Rabbi splice people, right? I cho-. Yeah. So it's going to be useful. This rabbi in the house David David Komarovski is here, which we're thrilled. A rabbi this podcast. That sounds like I show that appeals Jews and blacks rabbi in the house. So we're going to do something different than the lost episodes. The law will bring those back but for the people who were here for that we thought we do something new. We did one hit wonders of the nineteen seventies, the last time the great show, the great. I wish you would've hurt you. It was it was special. We're going to do something different from the podcast guys. Listen to the show, we're going to do story songs. Yes. Lament the loss of the story song where you gotta sit there for like three hours. The tires so songs like, Harry Chepe taxi and Billie Joe, which is when you like. Classic wasn't. That's like a mini series. Allison dress shorts miniseries. Yeah, I'm partial to the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald. I'm wondering. I'm wondering. Yes, one time on this show. I called it the Rick of the Barry fixture totally difference. If you know who Barry FitzGerald is you should be here. So we're going to do story songs, Joe is going to have some fun facts and song facts that he's going to offer. This is fun to Gilbert, does not know what we're gonna sing. So these are I purposely stayed away. I didn't ask. I'm going to see what happens in the first three shows, I was guessing aren't you pretty much guessing every week. No, no no preparation on my. We also have we also have some trivia questions that we're going to ask and my wife lovely Genevieve will be handing out prizes. So, but we don't we don't have lights or pleasures. So don't please don't shout out the answer. If you know it just shoot your hand up and the first hand, I see the first winning answer. Correct answer. We'll get the valuable priceless. Five dollar orange, Ben. Shall we? Start. I'm going to give a little bit of an insurer to this when this is a song written by Nashville songwriter, named Don schlitz. We're gonna tell a little bit of the stories behind the story songs Don schlitz did not play poker. Can probably guess what song. It is also you Lear sheets on your tables, and that should be giving it away. It's not really a song about a card game. It's a metaphorical song about h my year dish, that's it. What I found impressive. Did you find this in your notes? He was all of twenty three when he wrote this song. It's, it's a heady song philosophical song to be written by twenty three year old. He shopped it at the urging of shell Silverstein. The writer shell Silverstein who will come up again later. Oh about him. Yeah. Chit time Johnny cash recorded it, but he did not have a hit with it. Mister Kenny Rogers had a mega hit with it. I think you guys can figure out what we're talking about. And we will do the trivia right after the song. But I thought this was fun. It was a number one country, hit it crossed into the billboard charts, which a lot of songs country songs don't usually do. And this guy, the writer was working a computer programmer. So when the song went big, and spawn five, five TV movies five, gambler, movies, the guy was actually able to quit his day job and become a fulltime songwriter. So I kind of liked that story, we're going to give this shot, shel Silverstein stead is you knees that yeah. Yes. Or we would have had. He was the time of, like, when playboy club was really the playboy mansion. Yeah. And also wrote a very famous story song that we're not gonna do a boy named sue. Yes. Yes. And one of my favorites. Well, we'll get to that. Let's start with this one and see how we do shall we? You guys have your lyrics sheets. Want to give it a shot Joe? It's been practicing right? So I'm gonna count you guys in because I know we don't have abounding ball or anything. School calculated. One two three on a wall. Trai. We took turns staring the win. Dr. He make his. Of. Jar the way way all their. Mine. I changed. Is time taste always gay cow. Gave you, John. And so I ended bottle. Ain't drying doubt lights. The. Right. And as being four lines. God. To play the game gonna loon the play. No way. Right. You. When the deal, it's done. Kate change hill. Three now every game. Nineteen way. No. How? Hanes waiting there. Shower. Who is to? Your sleep. So. Speaking. Priced out of these. Gambler. As the night. That he. Why? Gene. Maybe. Down. Journal money. Was he? Gilbert is on a seven second delay. He spent a lot of time working in radio. Wow. Wow. That was energetic energy is good. What, what are you got on the gambler Joe? Well, basely repeat, what you said, but there were several TV movies there is Kenny Rogers as the gambler Kenny Rogers as the gambler the adventure continues. Kenny Rogers as the gambler part, three the legend continues. The gambler returns luck of the draw and the Campbell at five playing for keeps Gilbert, seeing them all. Now they was very strange Kenny Rogers. Well, that one Beck shown another story shown where a girl gets you rate, our the county. Yeah. We didn't pick that one for that reason. Thanks for bringing it up. They made it into a TV movie editor here and that see. And this the part in the song where he locks the doors and he's going to get his revenge. And then it turns into like this fun filled Barbro. And it's like you know that cracking the chairs over each other's Hades. Cottle's crag. And it's loads of fun. I'm going do they know this had to do with a girl being rate? You know, it was you gotta see this movie Haindl in a way, they made out of coward of the county. It is. Ten there were Benji is looks like all the most fun wish you. Tester, okay. We're going do our first trivia question and the lovely Genevieve will hand out a price. Speaking of the Kenny Rogers, gambler movie, the first one, what actor played Billy Montana, the young gambler, who has mentored by Rogers character who radio guy in hand right in the back, sir. You are correct. Lightner. Got a ringer. Now Bruce Spock slide. There is not a Jew. Yeah. Identify yourself who got that, right? Hookah that Christian right? Brown. Nice work. Wants it. He had three orange pinzel already. Bush, bruce. Lightner Bruce box. Yeah. Was he the Russian price fighter in rocky movie, which was the was dolph Lundgren doubts Lund, granted they're often confused? Yes. It's ron. He was in Toronto and scarecrow and MRs king with. K remembers that Kate Jackson was offered Kramer versus Kramer. I. Let her out of her contract with Charlie's angel killer. And, and then she has to not only see Meryl Streep get the part but Meryl Streep win the Academy Award it hurt. That's like Tom Selleck nothing out of the yes, Indiana Jones. So I anticipate it. I know Gilbert very well. We've had a lot of musical episode. Tonight antiquated, he might be a little off tempo. So we're going to do a slower. This. This is a story song. Joe knows this one. Well, because they did at losers lounge. We just did an ABA who lose loan show, my wife, and I are kicking shelves for missing that this was originally recorded by opposite free. Delinked stod recorded on her solo album and Bjorn put English lyrics on it. It was originally called Tango, and Apas limo driver. Boy, I hope these facts are accurate Otto's limited a limo driver suggested changing the title of the song to or Nando. And also changed the meaning of the song Gilbert, you're hanging on every word. Yes, he made it. He envisioned it the song being about to freedom fighters in the Mexican American war, which. Did do with this show nothing to do with the song at all. But that explains Andy Garcia showing up in the movie in the second album movie, topped the charts in thirteen countries, sold ten million records, one of his biggest songs we will not talk about the share version or the Gilbert version to come. So let's give this one to try. I think you all know it if you don't you have your lyric sheets. To canoe, Hugh, the drums. I love it. I remember long ago and other story. Hey flyer alive. To yourself and softly, strumming your guitar. Hear the distant Trump's that sounds view all coming from. Wanted to their closer now for. Came minutes seem to last attorney. I was so afraid for. And live life. And none of us prepare to. And I'm not ashamed to say the roar of consonant cannon almost cried Gill. Hey. Me. And I thought that we. My friend. If I do. My friend. Here. The flu. Now we're crave from them. Since many years, I haven't seen a rifle in your hands. The drums. You still recall thankful night. We lost the real friend. I can see arise health round of five full of have. Maybe he'll. Me. Recr- sega. Seth. If I had to. My fray. Dad guide. Cried. Let us Syrian. Did you? Gene. Never thought that we could news as nobody Kratz. My friend. My friend. I know. I think when they get to the sequel to that will that will be nice mon- habits here. That was beautiful. Okay, what do you got on that one Joe? Well, you know, I do have some of the original lyric, sibits tidbits it's, you know, before the Lert originally buy stick Anderson. Stig Anderson Lee songwriter as well. But the lyrics were the sorrow can be hard to bear. But the fact that friends let us down. It's something we all have to cope with very good. And then the course is long live. Love our best friend for Nando raise your glass, propose, a toast, to love for Nando play the melody and sing a song of happiness long live love for Nando. Abba, was getting together to record two songs you guys know about this new songs coming, and December for the hologram again, but the hologram tour, they are not reuniting, but they did go into the studio to record songs tidbit is they got their start writing music for a porn movie called the seduction of Inga. I knew that. It's worth checking out if that's the music that some Gilbert specific trivia, right there. Now. Illegitimate children. I guess. End they found out that one of ace to base was like. Was a Nazi. He wasn't. He wasn't old enough to be a real mad. She was one of these Mudan date. Not you. But he said he's ashamed of it. So dzhokay. Okay. Right. Bye. Brand's I stayed there. Hey stew Bates. Shame on they're not. Two songs in we've had a sexual assault reference in the Nazi room. It's a party, okay trail. Which two we're gonna look for hands Gil eagle-eyed okay, which to nineties films. Both Australian comedies featured this song. I'll need to. I need a hand. Only raise your hand, if you know both this lady in the middle. Give that lady. The adventures of Priscilla Queen of the desert, a movie I like a lot and you reels wedding on one of my wife's favorites. Did you know those guilt I was just about to say you work for she Cassie jump ship? Oh my gosh. So now we're gonna do something fun. His godfried. What do you think? Lyric sheet? This story attached to this, that I heard when I got here that I didn't know about you wanna tell it, this is kind of how we all got to know each other terror came in one time, and her friends signed her up with her last name. And I said, oh, you related to you said. Oh yeah, I'm white, and it's just so happened that my friend. Mike McFadden was coming into town. Shout out to Mike. He does all the social media stuff and you guys came back the next night. So it was like an instant small world connection is very. And this is the song that's started at all. Can I do a little warning? I, I really can't sing in almost as bad as Gilbert, six people. Please sing loud. But this is the one song that I love singing. I'm just going to give them a little bit of history about it before we start it was a top ten country hit in nineteen seventy two for Tanya Tucker. You guys know where we're going with this. Written by the songwriters was Alex Hornby in the song was about his mother. Which is interesting. It's a song about of woman obsessed with an old suitor and his mother was infected hairdresser from Brownsville. So it's auto biographical. Helen Reddy went to number one with it in nineteen seventy three. Uber. His mother of this mother, eventually committed suicide that would be of interest to you. Yeah. Der, you will love this. It was almost released as a single by Bette midler Hughes, the first to record it. And what happened capitol records Reddy's version on capitol records beat bed bidders version on Atlantic records by two days, they put it out, the jumped her and put it out today's earlier. L. I think I know the song was what's it from the divine miss? So here we go. Deragon freed on lead stand. John. Days. Was today to take. This. Shoots crazy. Casey. Mysterious. Called her channel two. Ever. Teaching. You. He wants to meet you. Two. Are you? The new. Thank you. Guilty on. I love when you did that Sonny and Cher. You were on the same Mike. Okay. Now we're gonna pick a different person than the people who won previously. But here's the trivia question about delta, dawn, what character what character on the show, friends show. Friends sang this in a karaoke bar piano, bar, and he hands. You got six six chances. Someone one right there in the back. That is incorrect. It is not Phoebe. We have another. Guess who sang delta, dawn rough wrong? Invariably correct. Oh, these people was this gentleman and the champion shared. Not chandler. Down to free shown them glasses, Courtney Cox. Correct Monica descending give that man and Orangemen. So many great did when you guessed it, we had named the entire cash. We were down the ugly make we wouldn't. We wouldn't name me people from Seinfeld. Derek great job on Hilton dawn, Derek for your mouth. Okay. We're gonna let Gilbert run the show on this one. Oh. This is one of your favorites Gilbert, and it's come up on the podcast. We did discuss the great shel Silverstein everybody in here. No. Shel Silverstein was. Yeah. Should one of my favorites, and he wrote a song, I adore for Dr hook and the medicine show called cover the Rolling Stone. Not a story. Wait wait, where we're. Okay. This is very well prepared there in order. I don't know how you got. Great comes after two, then four. This isn't Godfried favorite from the guest. I have Ferdinando. Okay. Dawn. I have the gambler okay. Here we go. All written by shel Silverstein. The genius Silva shel Silverstein who two hits Dr hook in nineteen seventy two. One of them was the aforementioned cover the Rolling Stone. This one somehow sold a million coffees, I don't know how Joe laughed at me. When I when I suggested it. It's autobiographical. It's about. Ingest sent sewn Tillis, it's a sad song, shell Silverstein. The writer was in love with a woman named this was deep research now, folks, a woman named Sylvia pen doll fee. And he realized he found out. She was engaged to another man, actually a bull fighter slash painter and his name was for non. Call. So he made a phone. Call desperate to reunite with this woman. This this explain plane he called. Her mother Louisa? You can find this information on the interwebs, and she told him the relationship was over. He did. In fact, call from a payphone. So this is a song that is no longer topical timely. This is this is a song that is instantly dated, and she told him that the relationship was over, and that she had moved on of with the bullfighter. The song was covered by Bobby bare the country singer and also Jovi, you know, that, that I did not know that either it sounds like Bs. Gill. This is a favorite of yours. So we're going to do it on K. Some of you may know this. Change, syllabi busy, too. Busy gone, too. It's Monday say sale the trying just new fun. Joe by no, Julie. Forty cents more day surgery. Aloen par. Please just one Taylor. Good. To assist. The change Shelby. She on me. Leave. Mondays as seal. Marion. Down. Way better. Still the change lead. Don't say nothing to say crying. Way series forty cents more than three. Joensuu are alone league. Species. Ten. Good. Sale punish as Sylvia's hurrying to patch. Sales via essays today. Or grill. Thank you. Shar shoot. Say's forty cents more five nex three minutes. Plead. Jones to our. Hello. I just want to go. Good. Good. Mother. So sad. So said, yeah, I find this to be very. Shield Silvis the Noah's route fund stuff. A boy named sue gets a little dark. Yeah. Right. Weird. I also love frigging at the free. That's a classic another great one show. So he's told me a good shel Silverstein lay it on me real. Well, you know, they used to hang out at the playboy club like you guys were saying, and she'll Silverstein was only a writer at that time, and he came up to we Hazel. I wanna write songs. They said, teach you four chords into keys. And that's all you need to write songs while and it kind of like his songs are kinda like that. Usually just two or three chords. I love cover the Rolling Stone, don't you? There's some great YouTube clips and the rabbi we'll be interested to know that Chilver Steen was you ju- really. Guessing Sylvia was Jewish. Why did she wanted to call back again? That's no. Does Lee white make center fleece. Won't you call back and get all the information seems like stop calling in his pocket, too, for those increase since psych, if you call again, I'm going to notify the police have. We like songs of heartbreak on the podcast. We did an episode called death songs of the nineteen seventies. And you, you got into that. Yes, they wish they would snake great song with the blind man in the linemen in the bleachers. If you guys don't know this one go home and Google the blind man in the bleachers and kill yourself afterwards. Scary and depression, I like those area depressing sad songs. I'm a sucker for things like seasons in the sun. So what do I know? Okay. So that was written. It was beloved by a serial killer. Correct. Correct. That's true. Okay. So the trivia ranges from easy to hard. The friends question was rather on the easy side. This one is super tough Gilbert. I know you know, the answer to this shouted out, Dr hook and the medicine show, they later just became doctor hook, there's a whole interesting story, but have the band got its name, which we won't go into, but they appeared in an obscure, nineteen seventy-one, Dustin Hoffman movie with the rather unwieldy title over by ain't no, this one Ed. I have somebody right here. Chris. And why is terrible? Yes. Yes. Now. That's a guy that earned an orange wedge. Now, now, Brazil blood, who was that other actor, I don't know. He was a Harris was in it. I think this check warden. Yeah. But they will shut another actor it who plead his friend will if we weren't doing a live show. I look it up. Faulk. Could anyone on their own to see the case of voice? Harry Kellerman in Weiss. He saying those terrible thing. See that movie. No one, nobody of this gentleman, meeting able, so who is Harry Kellerman. And why is he saying this terrible things about me, which I think that person who played his friend may have been a bowel report, yet, one. Oh, it was. It was game del. Yes. Oh fuck. The and MRs del or the two people who know that the answer that we did an episode about movies, with goofy long titles, remember that? Yeah. Slyke gone. I know I'm. Don't one with Anthony Perkins not with yet. Ed to me, newly and Joan Joan Collins Joan Collins, which is the one with voice, her Rohn will Harania smirking marry mercy humping and find true happiness. Right. We also did dad. Oh, dad mama's hung you in the closet and feeling so Sachs, which was actual movie title. We did an episode Lucy could funded minute mini episode on that silly shit. Okay. Oh and Anthony. Newley. Yes. Joop. Rabbi keeping score. What's that? Also of the Jewish persuasion. Fast on his feet Antony newly used to always come on those variety shows. As is a joke in the pack as. Call today. Tainted food old on his bag. 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We're gonna go from the downbeat nature of Sylvia's mother, how many people by the way show of hands had even heard of that song, or knew it. Five. Wow. And will you be buying it? Now, will you be going out and buying the, the K tale collection? We're gonna do something up being, and we wanna hear everybody on this one from nineteen seventy three. One of the one of the most popular songwriters story songs is the late great, Jim crow cheek. Rapid ROY that stock car boy, do miss around with you. Don't mess around with Jim whistle would happen bed bound Brown ran into Jim that would have been a good secret. What be would be? Now both the stories say. Both the story song, guys both died in car crashes with those big well wouldn't that be Harry Chepe in the car crash? Jim crow Chee thanks for bringing the show up. Jim crow. She died in a plane crash playing. Sorry. That's okay. Shar SE so wasn't so sad. Moving right along. It's a story about a character from Chicago, south side, Chicago wins in the room any, mid westerners. None. Good. What would the chances of fifty seven people? Yeah, it's it's it was actually followed it followed us on with similar story, which was you don't mess around with Jim, which, which you pointed out this song was inspired by guy that crow CI surf with at fort Dix. Did you know any of this? This is good stuff here, pal. There were rumors, though, that it was about a guy named Don Dedrick Roby, who was a muscle guy who worked for ABC for the label who used to. Commit violence to control musicians who were on the label. So on confirmed the true story behind bad badly. Roy brown. And LeRoy burn his little trivia, right? Brown himself was credited as a background vocalist on coachie hit called. I got a name and I'm bringing that up. Jim crow Chee Jewish. Offi damn. I can't we? Gee. Win one grab by stand up. Take. He converted. It doesn't count. Sammy davis. Maryland. I'm ru. Yes. She not really wrong. Thank you. Hannah Manian guy not a joke by birth. I bring up the name because it was written by Charlie FOX. It was on a recent episode, great Charles FOX, you will be hearing from him, soon as we put that episode up. So we're gonna take a shot at this one, and then I got a fun, trivia question. So shall we? Everybody knows this. Here we go. One two. Tiny town. Be wear on the. See sans about six four. No. Me. He's. Any sees? Coast, then. On the phone. Issue. Around. Friday about a week getting go the shooting. Time jump on. Goes shuli. Labor. Why? To, to pull them off. Jason. Way, hispanic. Leroy brown. Whole. He was bad. John kelly. Uniform. No one. I just thought of now I wonder if the guys who wrote trading day with ten shell Washington. We're listening to this song. When Denzel Washington has a line. King Kong gain cut shit on me. Interesting. Trenton psyche over. Hey. That could be true. Anybody know? Nobody's from Chicago. If McMahon we're here because they was another ten show washy tin. Movie, and Malcolm X where he says that. Pill. We didn't pilgrim Brock hill rock plane did on. Year. Speed both cold border had that as a leading into. You know. Anything goes, he sings that works for us. Yeah. That pill hill rock landed on nice. I remember the movie. Go off on tangents. Sometimes perhaps you've noticed one little trivia. Wants to orange wedge pin. The song was covered by the likes of Frank Sinatra. Not well, I might add, Dolly Parton, Jerry Lewis killer, I'd love to hear that version. What's comedian, what comedic actor frequently discussed on this very podcast? I already see a hand going up performed this song on a sandy Duncan. Tell TV special in nineteen seventy four gentlemen, in the white shirt. Correct. Lynn. Very good. And and rabbi pulling hated choose. He used to get drunk and go out those. Tonight. I'm have. That's one of your greatest hits. Your. Encore performance. He didn't hear it. I have sprouting. Race. I wish your daughter wasn't recording that for the internet, he substituted the line water pistol in his shoe. Apparently, the, the NBC censors at the time. We're not thrilled with the idea of a razor show. I wonder if they made coachee change it when he's saying, what do you think band, Bailey, ROY Brown's Vince version sounded like ill? Hi. Lordy. Barber Floyd the barber singing singing, badly hit Brown. He's fad. Brass. He's, he's, he's vannice. In, in the whole there. Groucho on cabinet. Here's a bonus. They're yelling out requests. Well, it is said, Goltz request. Yelling. John macgyver. Doing bad, bad, LeRoy Brown. Brown. Call. Speed. Joke. Okay. Last one all route show doing bad badly. Roy brown. And LeRoy name. Started with hell. Were name. If someone was named LeRoy, you start the name. And then the dollar. An inch which LeRoy if you would hole or. No. Why? Extra bonus content. Own special edition. DVD. Okay. We're going to bring one back. We're coming down the homestretch. How many people were drunk? Still with us. This is a callback to the fateful night, the last time we were here. What shall we refer to that night as the night the night, the episode died? Included. The song we were doing one hit wonders of the seventies, as I said, last time, we had a malfunction not Frankford. Orosa. Let's, let's keep Frank's professional reputation in pack. We, we had, we had a malfunction we lost all three episodes. We decided to bring one back because it covers re categories that we'd like to do on the podcast kill one. It's a story song, obviously, it is a one hit wonder because there are other hit chart in the UK so it doesn't count, and it's a deck song of the nineteenth. It's got everything. So we're going to bring it back. You guys have your lyrics sheets. Some of you were here for the last time. Starts talking right. One to two tatty was the cabin. Signed god. Back in, you say back. In the heat of the time. Why? Joan. Gary. Fired. Rian upsetting. And the sound of the bad. Through the streets of the lease. Hawaii those on. Benji. Three. Hundred cast heard. We heard. I heard my mom cry. I heard pre. Yes, the. Is new. Dog? His face. Ninety journal. The meeting. Want to be in. Nice. Yes, the unforgettable band paper lace, right, and who could forget them. That's right. They also with Billy don't be a hero in England, K body. Donaldson Hayward's, how to go Donald today, which we did them on songs of the seventies. I'll just keep plugging old episodes of the podcast. We did it the night, Chicago died. Now a trivia question. And this one should be pretty easy. Guys listening. Cody atas every year. Never year buddy. What is factually? Inaccurate about this song. I see a hand way in the back, but this person did you win already are you? Sure, let's hear it. There is no east side of Chicago. That is correct. Give that man a pin. Michigan. Oh. Second Chicago reference. Yes. Yes. I thought we'd have Chicago in the house. Good job. What are these people, you can't stop them? We're going to move onto something else. We're gonna do a couple, of course. We're, we're gonna change femur slightly, we're gonna move away from story songs here, and we're going to do three songs that are dedicated to previous podcast guest because I'm shameless plugging this show over and over again. So you've got your your lyrics sheets. This may puzzle you because this gentleman has not been on the podcast as of yet. And who is it Darah who's coming? You want to tell them meals, sadaqa. Yes. You'll be with us next week on the twenty fifth live with the Jew. When the. Bash the place up. When you're such a rowdy bunch. So who knows when will post this one and what the actual chronology our timeline is meal will probably have run by then. Yes. But we're, we're thrilled to have them, and it's, it's I'm going to geek out during that show. So this is a song, he wrote did not have a hit with obviously that was the captain into Neil. But everybody knows this one so no excuses. We want to hear from everybody in the room. Nancy, you're into this one. I know. Let's let it rip. To pay for that. Came again. Eight you're saying. Be strong. You. I mean. State. That comes later. Tom. Down here in your heart. On the air. Of you. Say. The bridge. Sunday. Turn you all who's. D say. Now. Us. Really? I. My. Lyrics. We got a chorus one more. You bet. View. View in my. Ever. Jack. Great safe. You'll see that. You play that beautifully. I'm big fan of the captain. Captain trag. He was a beach boy that, yes, I understand that captain coins. Maybe bullshit to coined the term yacht rock could be the happens. So do you know the movie sextet, I'm afraid I do. Because, you know, may west they changed the lyric in the bridge. He says you're looks will never be gone instead of someday looks will be gone, which is kind of cruel line. I think oh yeah. You wouldn't want to say that to me west now. Tom Selleck, one of the boys in there. Thinking of seeing sex tit is the one that sings to her, he sinks to think you're thinking of my Rebecca ridge, all, maybe it's that I know he's in one of them. I can't be sure he's like the young guy written by who, who wrote the screenplay for that. Oh gory. Fidel. No. He wrote the book. No. Okay. Her email? Correct. Keep until gay. John me day. I'm John sweet. Gain guy. Taking a knee. You'll got dad don't beat song. Tying views stop. I've been teeing gain. No, you know, Kane my heart that Nate. Gate keepers? Oh, lord. That was the biggest song of nineteen seventy five. You believe that you find that we should get Tony to kneel on the podcast. Oh. Yes. That she'd be a wonderful, wonderful interview. Yes. Frank points out. She's available. What Joe was referencing sadaqa is back. If you go home and you listen to that song as they're doing the I guess it's the Altro tro. She's you can hear her say said, Dacca is back, which was a name of his album is come back. L sedan has been very sneaky little tribute and there's was the third version of it. The second version was MAC and Katie Choson de mall. Well, yes cheating Turkey, chirpy, cheap, cheap is one of my standards. Let me tell you some pal. This is the only podcast in the world that talked about chirpy chirpy chief. Found each other why it's, it's, it's Kismat Joe. It's, you know that referenced God help you. Okay, we're gonna let Gilbert, go little bit. We're gonna let him run. This one. And we try or actually Frank tried to get the actual songwriter here to sing this. But he knew enough to stay away. Surely. Yes, maybe he was in town. We took a we took a stab. We'll have them back on the show for sure. I think you guys all know this one again, this is a tribute to not a story song, but a tribute to former podcast, a previous podcast guests I should say one of our favorite guests great. Paul Williams was also a friend of sets and we love him to death. So we're going to do this one, it's been covered by Judy Collins, it's been covered by always from forty year old movie we'll be turned forty this here. The muppet movie, by the way. God, forty years, we wanna feel old covered by Judy Collins, by Kenny Loggins by Willie Nelson by the Dixie chicks, and tonight, most importantly, like over. Gilbert Gottfried poll with you. Here we go. The next best thing, I've been pulled. Two three why? Tree shun me. Shy of Asia. But. Illusion in green who's have not to. Hsun. We been toward two. I know they're Rome cheese. Show them, easy would've. The raid could. Dreamers. Gave would be. Should in free stone, Neum move on stone. Shown key to ensure. Gene head kimes starred gauge sheen aim. What do we think we might see? Show. Very good news. Who's stowed dream? Old show. Noon with that. Hugh hind first-name an have you heard toys? Sees food coding mine. Sweet shown that goes Stig homes. The voice to be ruled news. No. It's something. To be. Who didn't find rainbow. Dream. How just Gilbert? Nerdy spin. We knew. Grow. And Kenny Ascher. Always love you at anybody sends this video to you. We adore you. And we wish you were here. We really do. Also, not in the great Kenny Ascher, who did some wonderful work that was touching. One more. What do you say? Very housing on time. The good ship lollipop. Frankie we good. Moving on. Don't listen to that one. This is this is a song that is fifty years old. And this is really going to make people feel old, especially me and I mean is fifty years old like two weeks ago. And this is. A podcast guest. Before I do that. I'm going to do one. Quick trivia question. We got any pens, left, Honey, one. Quick trivia question about the muppet movie LIAM's is in it. He has a cameo quick seen what other Gilbert Godfrey amazing colossal podcast. Forgot the number of show amazing colossal podcast, guest appears in the muppet movie for an orange pin Genevieve knows you. Can't guess anybody. Handwrite there, Michael. Not to Kevin, he should have been. Way, way in the u one already. It is not Alan Alda in any other guesses. This gentleman and the beard, Austin Pendleton. Excellent. Give that man opin. I have to say this is a pretty impressive group. So this song is I say is fifty years old. It was the number one song of nineteen sixty nine and it was sung. You know where I'm going with this. I yet cheated and look ahead and you're now it was sung. Well by an animated character. Archie Andrews put foist actually sung by our friend, Ron, Dante great, Ron, Dante who was on one of our favorite episode. Think that run Dante didn't they use his voice for, like Betty, and Veronica cold. So I don't know that, that was Tony wine. She's saying she's saying that the but Ron how to civil Teini hit around that time with Tracy by the coupling. And then he went to produce Barry Manilow. Ron Dante Mehta of small fortune producing records, one hit after the other. I mean if you look at them I mean, from Mandy to New York City rhythm and ready to take a chance again. And even now when we can New England all produced by Ron Dante can't smile without you a whole whole list. What else about this song, really quickly? It was written by Jeff Barry. Jeff Barry tons of leader of the pack for one and other CBI. The history river deep mountain high and the theme from the Harlem Globetrotters animated. Good call and somebody, we want to get on the show, also Indy. Kim wrote a co wrote this who had a hit with rock meat gently. Anybody remember that one from the seventies, he did a remake of baby. I love you. That was also really good. Both of them are alive, and we should track them down. And the song, I saw the song performance, this very room by U, N, Toni one and the great Tony one. So we'll go out on it produced by the legendary Don Kirshner. Yes. So you wanna take a wack at this one? Everybody knows this. The core. Kickoff summer. Teeth. Should happen. Candy. You got me. Can you? Sure. Hugh. Can he? You gotta be. News at salsa. I just. Hugh. I just came believe is true. I believe this fan too. I believe it's true. Shudder. And you. I should. Hugh on my cane. And you're gonna be ten you. Way issue their new. Today case, let's hear Mabel come up. China, china. Me. Shoot. Rabbi. Tony's. I'm gonna make you Jones. Sweet. Sugar. Joe? Shooter. Sure. Hugh. Joseph. Now I miss you're gonna miss sure. Next to the rabbi. Why didn't we do that? Well now was this song that they were had lined up for the monkeys. I don't know that they were so that was lined up for the monkey, yet it and get back to you right before they quit right before they gave Sean became a monster. Hit, let me thank everybody who was involved with this show, Frankfort. Arrose our engine here. Offered talk for David Simon right here. Sets-all spends a musician, who contributes to the show. Mary. Oh, can't tell show John Foti Addis, pro many, many themes for the show. Paul Raeburn is in the house where all your Ray bone. Harry is. We gotta thank the four Johns who contribute to this show. Our webmaster John seals, John Fodio said, John beach, and John Murray, who also does music for the show. Our web people Mike McFadden ingrate pair who are great. Krista rose was helped with research, shanty Slater at here. We'll everybody Stitcher. Who am? I forgetting we wanna thank the staff here at said goals. Thank you on. So much. Thanks, everybody else who came out Mike on figley. Oh, Mike Weber for moral support, of course, the great chino, Saleh bone. Whose name. More to Gilbert. And of course, the lovely Genevieve my wife my long suffering wife. And our gift, our gift girl for the evening and Darah. Of course, we have to we have to think. Last, but not least. And what did you wanna say? They are actually two days one recent and the other last month. Dares on may eighteen my son max max. Happy birthday. Accu max. Shy. And he was matches. My father's name. He was born on my father's birthday perfect about that. One of the person if I were member h on June twelfth, and I remember this course June. It's the six month and she and just birthday too. Yeah. She was sick. She was spun six pounds and twelve ounces. So on June twelve lily Gottfried. Happy birthday to lily. Do. Say to you. Anything else you wanna say Mr. jam now we can't get sued for happy? Cushion you every movie used to be hard. He said jolly good. I always took me right after the movie. Thank you, guys, so much queue. This so much that you came out. Okay. Any any any minute now. All right. Gil, thank you hang. Thanks coming. Guys comes to kernel. 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Jimmy Kimmel (With Special Guest John Mayer) - 01/21/19

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

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Jimmy Kimmel (With Special Guest John Mayer) - 01/21/19

"Welcome to the Bravo. Clubhouse for the podcast division of watch. What happens live with me? Andy cohen. He loves a good pranking. And I don't mind the occasional spanking on. That's another story. It's watch. What happens? I've with Jimmy Kimmel now. I am Andy Cohen live in our west coast. Bravo clubhouse on a warm and sunny Monday, or as they call it in LA here winter since the last time tonight's guest was here. He's hosted the Emmys the Oscars and told even more children that he's eaten their Halloween. Candy from Jimmy Kimmel live. It is Jimmy Kimmel. I'm happy to be here. You just did your own show right now, you're here doing this show. And I'm gonna do few other shows after that. A busy schedule on the way out. Well over the bar. He is the parking lot security guard over at Jimmy come alive. Who tonight, I am entrusting to securely guard. A my most precious cargo Mabus say hi to gear MO. I mean, you haven't made a superstar out of gear can how shiny his hair is really his hair. If you were to feel it has the texture of remember those combs in the fifties everyone adding their clock. It just exactly what is hair feels like what are you putting onto their hair nowadays, I put mousse, and hairspray mousse and hairspray because the moose doesn't give it enough of a hold. You feel exactly. So here's price. So you can last twenty four hours twenty four hours if he were to ride a motorcycle to work, he would not have to wear a home where she would it. Yes. Solid that style is. No, you know, us when times I swim, and the hair doesn't more. Why? I'm sure I'm sure the water gets all the cocked with your air bubbles come in. Yes. We've got a sneak peek of Andrew pump rules coming up in a few minutes. You're going to want to see that. While your questions come in. Here's what three things I am obsessed with tonight. I hear and watch what happens live we like to ask other hosts, what Dade ask certain celebrities if they were on their shows tomorrow, and that's not because we want to steal their questions. And that is definitely not why my stenographer Carla is here, thanks for being your Carlo. So anyway, here's what Jimmy it signed for you to get your ask on with the round of questionable behavior. Okay. So if these people were on your show, what is the first thing. You would ask them starting with Megan Markle? What would you ask Meghan Markle? Megan markle? Oh when when is the next season of suits coming back? Yes. That Damon Matt Damon is not lot. I guess I'd ask what are you doing here? What I'm doing? The Jeff Bezos has no he's not been on my show. I think well, I well, Jim Basil's. He's like, how's how's life at home? Kevin hart. Kevin hart. Okay. I know Kevin Hart. Maybe I'd ask them to give me a a tongue kiss. Yes. You know? Balon your Trump Malania Trump, are you? Okay. Do we need to hide you? Thank you very much. I'm assuming that you would welcome. The first lady on yourself course. Most certainly that's up to have her under I loved Michelle Obama on your show. She speaks five languages. Did. They say we've not seen any actual proof of that. Right. That's the word is that she speaks English is actually her fifth languid, right? She's so good with all the other four language that she finally got the English and said, I'm going to stop right there. Right. Yeah. Of second after sixteen years of hosting is late night show. Jimmy is bound to have at least sixteen pages of pet peeves. And since I'm famously the therapists in the late night host community. Jimmy, I've seen rounded questions for you about what host duties piss you off the most. Okay. So if a guest cancels last minute and screws up your, oh, wait a minute. It's called Jimmy Kimmel. All right. Okay. Jimmy, every guest cancels last minute and screws up your schedule. Are you pissed for the rest of the day that doesn't happen? Very much all the time. Doesn't really is. I'm sorry that happens to you. But you know, we're we're we call our show live. We're not actually lie. It's a little easier for us to accom- around. Yeah. If a guest wants you to swap around your set. So the cameras got their best side, do you refuse? Switch seats for Mariah. Carey four time. I have had a guest asked for that. And I said, no real. Yeah. Because yes. And you didn't do it. And then come on the show know how it was the condition and the condition was we couldn't talk about the fact that we switched around. I was like I just don't see. Wow. If Augusta's rude to your crew. Does it upset you enough to step in and say some, oh, well, you know, I usually don't find out about it until afterwards. But I definitely keep it with me for sure if a guest is dancing around the question does it get on your nerves? Let's see should I answer that. No because. It's fun to make people chance around if guests doesn't like one of your bit ideas are you insulted? And would you ever say some? No, usually, in fact, when somebody doesn't like one of the ideas, and and refuses to do it. I figured there were probably right. Wow. That's kind. Yeah. Thank you very much. Jimmy. Do we know what you don't like? Let's find out who you don't like. Oh, I love this. Oh, okay. This is called pass the mic. We're gonna pass run back and forth for thirty seconds and name people who we would hate on our show. All right. Okay. So I'm going to start on Orosa. Okay. Can I say her too? Donald Trump junior. Okay. Very good. Stan Kroenke, the owner of the Rams. Oh, yes. Let's see. Eric trump. Okay, cut. I think you're role Tucker Carlson. Oh, Tucker Carlson. Okay. Sean, Hannity, right? Oh my God. Talk to you about Sean Hannity. The catch me outside girl. Oh. No what happened. Did you? We did it for. No, no. I would have thought of something. Oh, Carol Channing, but only because she's passed away. The Channing ban lifted finally Jimmy, and I have had so many guests on our shows that we couldn't possibly remember them all especially me because I do drink at work. But here's what we're going to test our memories anyway with around of more. Were they on? Our show. We are going to look at celebrities in the monitor we will both gas casts this game. But I am not this is not going to be good. I'm the same. I asked my wife, if we go to a party some as this person, but they've been on the show. Yes. Like four times. Yes. Oh, hey, good to see good. Then I'm excited. Okay. Enough. This could go horribly wrong. The first one on the monitor. Okay, Lorenzo lamas. I don't believe he's been on my show is you've been on your show has been on my show. Remember specifically, Matt and Trey from south park tortured him when he was on the mother. Okay. Yes. He's been on Jimmy show. That stuff. Mary murphy. She's not been on my show not bit on my show. Okay. God. Okay. A year out of show business. Now, he's has been on my show has also been on my show. Yes. Okay. Good. Okay. What about Mark McGrath? I do not believe he's been on my show. Margaret graph has been on my show. Okay. Well, it's oh, okay. Next up. I don't think. That's right. I don't think. That's right. He went I believe he has been on my show many times been okay. Yes. Oh, that's not right. Guys. Okay. That stop. She's not been on my. She has been on my show. Yes. Yes. Okay. Good. Very. Better than I thought he has been on my show gave me a big sweatshirt that I call my boyfriend sweatshirt. He did the same thing with me, and I called same thing. No. That's not fair. Okay. Katherine mcphee. I don't think she's been on my show. She has been on my show. Okay. Yes. Last one. We're tied Taylor moms, and no has not been on my show. I don't think she's been on my show either but met her once. Thank you. Title, technically, some of your answers were wrong. Yeah. I mean, remember your yes, your staff lost? Really oh. By the way, they just announced that the Oscars is going to go host Lewis won't they give. Yeah. I didn't hear the I just heard it. But I could have gotten it wrong. What was your reaction to the whole Kevin Hart thing and? The last chapter. I hosted a couple years in a row. They just couldn't. I mean, listen they had there. Like, you know, what we'd rather go without a host Jimmy again. Right. Yeah. No one can do it. Well, I thought it was unfortunate. I thought it was you know, it it. It's a shame that that happened. I it's Kevin seemed like he was excited those. Yeah. And he would have been great. But it's there widdling the show down to three hours as they claim. They are I don't see how they can have a host. Anyway, do you think that's possible that they could really do that it was three hours and forty five minutes, and I went pretty fast. So I don't know how they do it. Right. It. Aren't you amazed that now the new rap is that it's a lose lose to host the Oscars? I mean as someone who hosted it for the last two years, isn't that a surprise? Yeah. There's like the there's the window for success is about this big. And you really have to even like the first time. I did it. Everyone's like, oh that worked out great and whatever. And yet still there were nineteen people mad at me for nineteen different reasons. I had never imagined. Wow. But you don't regret hosting. No, not at all. Did they ask you this year? They must have. No, they did not ask me. Yeah. They well. They they called me. And they said, you know, what we've had enough who have something for me. Yeah. I do something for you. I did think it's funny that Guarumos tending bar from no one but himself. I do have. Well, first of all I want to say, congratulations. Thank you. An exciting time have a lot of questions about it. Like who's gonna take care of this me you? Yes. Have you will be? All right. That's going to be good. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. Because I try to imagine myself taking care of a baby. Well, it's not really nothing. Put the bullet back in the gun. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Is it true? That you and Anderson Cooper conceived this child on new New Year's Eve. We did. Yeah. Uh-huh. Yes. It'll be a month later. So you know, what is important? I think the most important thing, obviously, you want to, you know, love your kids and tell them you're proud of moral. Yeah. But reading to the children is very very important because they grow up dumb. So I got you something. Know now, if you want a great for the baby, and you know, the books you want books to be fun for not just the baby the adult for you also. Yeah. And k fight honestly when they're infants. They really don't know what how stormy Daniels full disclosure. This is fantastic. He's going to love it by the one disclosure, by the way, you did a Trump halftime show tonight. It's area in about a half an hour on ABC where you're celebrating his two years as president right? He's given us so much. I figured why not give something that's not. I love this year. That's a little Randy. Let us go by the what you've got a name this kid. Randy. Stormy. Let's go to phones for Jimmy Kimmel. What's your name and from where are you calling? My name's Jimmy not calling. I'm sitting right? Oh, I'm sorry. Hi, this is Russell from Chicago. Hey, russell. What's your question? I've got a question for you. Jimmy. Can you say three nice things about Sean Hannity? Let's see. He's got a nice square jaw right? He's he's not a bad looking guy. And I think he's tall are right. Very good. It's got a nice outta hair to that was some that got that got nasty that feud are feud. Yes, really, all my feuds, get nasty. I think it's me. I think on the common denominator. It's lyle. Let's go to heaven for Minneapolis for Jimmy Kimmel. What your question Evan? Fellas. Okay. Jimmy, spill not what was going through your head during your last interview with cognac. Oh, he know what was going through my head. You'll what we've got some commercials we need to run and he's never going to stop talking. It's just going to ask you where you thinking like. Wow. This is a river of words, and I can't get. No, you're doing a live show. Well, they start a story, and they're like thirty seconds left in the break. Oh, we got to let the story in. But also, I do have to go to the commercial, right? It's terrifying. Yeah. It is. It's it's yeah. It's a lot of pressure because you got to juggle those you got in a bloody feud with him to it's but at that actually wound up being fine. Yeah. That wanna being fine. Yes. I actually liked Khania lot. And also Jay leno's on our show tomorrow with him. Do you had a feud with him? But that actually I heard that that you heard from him during your son's health scare that is true. He called me. And he was very nice. And I was like what am I child Ymer going on with these of Carly be texted wanting to know, if you think it would be possible for the man show to exist on TV right now. Yes, I think it would. I think not only would it be possible. I think it would be more popular than it ever. It was really. Yeah. Even in this, especially all there's a certain portion of society that is outrage behind the outrage, and I think that they would probably find it to be exhilarating. Does that mean, maybe you'll do it? No. I never do it. No. Are you in touch with Letterman a lot now? I wouldn't say a lot every once in about once a year. Yeah. You know, he sends me a thank you note. Nice. Yeah. For nothing just for the hell of it. Thanks for being. Let's go to Shannon from Brooklyn for Jimmy Kimmel Hayes, Shannon. What's your question? Hey, shannon. Hey, I just had a question for you guys. Got. So my question is late night edition. Shag kill Mary, co bear Fallon corden. Okay. Who are you gonna shy? Who are you going to kill? I've found that. There's never ever any good good outcome to. I had this on the Howard Stern show. Once somebody asked me that gee, I kill Harry. And I said, I think I said shag, Robin, Mary Howard and kill Fred. Okay. And Fred was mad at me for like nine years. If you know mine, I'm gonna pass, right? Speaking of Howard, yob stir role said will you take over for Howard? If he retired yob Stirrup. Yeah. Though one could ever take over for. No, exactly fool's errand. Do would you ever want to go back to radio? I love radio. I love I do love. Right. Yeah. And I hear you on the series XM. Yes. That's right. Yes. I got you Joe. The disarming days was your joke a real gift for some Meese you in the baby. And this is not something that you're going to be able to use right away, obviously. But it's something that I think would be fun. I'm sorry that we should have done. You know, a lot of times they'll do a fake, wrapping. We'd just. We did not have the good sense for that. I'm sorry. All right. We're going to you're not gonna believe this. But I didn't read this. But it's a little. One woman, you know. Doorbell. Is it the door bundles at the door? I didn't hear about others. Is it? This is the board. Right now as Jimmy said when he gave you the same gift. It's not for right now. Eventually, it's no that's great. I'm sure the league in used to. Brought it. L tiny you that your motto play doesn't come with one free. Guitar listen anytime. They told me John is going to be surprised to you. And then he's bringing it. I said what these brings John ringing guitars also going to bring. Layer. Well, you know, if you think about it the baby's already got my tar faces down. I so all this you're so right actually, making those vase are you not just back from the dead show and still a blur. I am literally a little like high from dead -ness of it from the dead nece. Yeah. That's the dead nece. How is the gig? It was great. It was great. We were on the beach the blood super wolf moon things up. Oh, wow. Gotta water. It was unbelievable. How my God. I can't handle lucky to be alive. We're all lucky. Are all lucky to be? Wow, Juve dinner plans after this. No, what do you have? No, no. No way as me of. About turns. They'd been out here for twenty minutes. John was a surprise. This is a million the guy who comes in the night. That's what he does have dinner without Jimmy tonight. That would be fun. I wanna take John Mayer. Hey, guys, it's Melissa John here to have you heard of posh, Mark. It's the premier digital marketplace to buy end, Sal fashion. So instead of buying things new you can shop for millions of closets across America posh. 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And John Mayer is here playing Jimmy's gifts. It's unbelievable is why everyone wants to have sex with you all the time. Not anymore. No, people don't wanna have sex with you anymore. Oh, I don't know. I the whole thing is just so fraught with parallel just stop thinking about it really goes behind the bar. I'll tell you. Couple minutes. It's Jimmy came alive. Halftime tribute to Donald Trump. So check that out you can turn on ABC now and wait for Jimmy show. Get your cocktail ready. We still have a couple more calls. Brandon from Kansas is on the line. Hey, brandon. What's your question? Hi, everybody. John jimmy. Hi, andy. I just wanna say off the bat. I'd wanna Spiring television hosted Jimi and Andy your to buy inspirations, John. I saw your concert and Kansas City twenty seventeen and you play hard to live with totally docked by sawn, soft one of my favorite songs my questions for Jimmy. And I wanted to know I remember out of your career. I remember set for life. I'm probably one of the few people. Remember that? I wanted to know what ranking from we favorite to most favorite these three experiences hosting your show. The Emmys the Oscars. Oh, what was my favorite while my show is my favorite. I would say second favourite the Emmys third favourite the Oscars not that I didn't like doing the Oscars with the Emmys. I know everyone there and the Oscars are all movie stars it stars on your show every I have on the show, but I know the TV people little better felt more comfortable. Yes. Let's go to Amanda from Detroit. Hey, Amanda, which question I. Fan. My question per year, which has been most upset over reading mean tweets. John mayer. Mean to read them? And then he hit me over the head. Next. Call caller what your name end from where you calling. Hey, my name's Justine from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He just question. Hey, well, I have a question for Jimmy and John of I I just wanted to say, hey, Jimmy, I used to be her intern back in the summer of two thousand eight. It was ever was really really nice. He was did. He know your name. No, if he did I probably would be working there. Now, I've already forgotten his name from the beginning of this call and on peeling, very tacked onto the crest prize. What's your question? Yeah. My question. I for Jimmy is I noticed that you're very public about your friendship with Sarah Silverman. And I know that you guys used to date. So as wondering if you guys were friends like instantly from the jump or if it took some time for you to be friends, and then my question for John is which one of your exes. Do you get along with best? Now if any Jimmy you go I while, I leave. I would say that it took some time. Definitely it definitely took some time. It's never like where we didn't like each other hated each other anything. But it definitely took some time to be comfortable enough to be friends again. Here's why on that question that I want to explain why I'm not answering the question because it. Sort of unfairly creates a group of people called exit, and I think people's mind start to put people into a certain kind of dugout that don't belong there together. So it's also like fake click bait. Yeah. Let's let's get. I mean. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don't like the idea of saying like my ex they are all different people yet in some people's minds. They are sitting in like like a like a Mets dugout together. And I don't I don't think it does anyone a service is your silly because they're entirely different highly with your penis in common. Caller. What's your name? And from where you calling. My name is Susan I'm from Montreal Quebec Canada, one of the few Canadians calls oh to congratulations, sandy. My question is for Jimmy Jimmy, did you and MO get together? 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134: Kilometre 0 The World Tour?

The Cycling Podcast

28:23 min | 11 months ago

134: Kilometre 0 The World Tour?

"You are listening to kill. By a cycling PODCAST. By, were by swift to fitness up where fun is fast. Lionel we've had an email 'em annette interesting email from wreath heart a listener to the podcast. Here's what it says. I'm a podcast listener and of the PODCAST for the last couple of years I'm also an African American cyclists on a member of the Minnesota Major Taylor Cycling Club I was pleased to hear you address the topic of racism improve cycling appreciated your view with match Raven. Although I've never erased any level of two thoughts about the problem I think are important factors that discourage unlimit black writers wanted to get into the sport I while I've never ridden. A bike in the UK here in the US I knew of no black cyclist who haven't experienced cited slurs to close car passes or other harassment's for motorists and pedestrians or salts by the police for recreational cyclist like those in our club this is minimized by the limited number of hours we spent on the bike are mature ages I would imagine for young racers and trading is amplified discouraging to say the least second as I listened to stalkers life in the Pelham podcasts I'm struck the every writer as talented as they are has inflection point in their career. Where they knew someone or received help or advice from someone that helped propel their career forward this isn't surprising. The same dynamic is true. All professions block writers who don't have these relationships under Luton through stereotypes based don't have the connections and relationships that would help the move them through the ranks and maximize their potential regards read heart. Some really interesting points raised that not least the fact that read rides for a second club named after the Great Major Taylor Marshall Water Taylor, who is an African. American born in Indianapolis and who was a world sprint champion on the track at the end of the nineteenth century and is a hugely important figure in history of cycling but it's notable the in more than A. Century since Major Taylor days, there are not many other black athletes in cycling for young people to aspire to, and in fact, in twenty twenty that only one black rider in the to. Franz. peleton Max Kevin Razor BNB hotels now over recent months other sports notably soccer and the NBA The basketball league in America and plenty of others to have recognized the black lives matter movement. And as a result of those very visible actions, it's become glaringly obvious. There's been no similar recognition in pro cycling or at least Tour de France. No. It does feel like cycling and I'm not really means all of us who work in cycling including US should no longer ignore the issue of the lack of representation of the black community whether or not be the by community in France and the UK the USA or anywhere else the top level of the sport and. This sort funds through the sales of Stacey Snyder's mugs and cups we are supporting good causes. That seek to promote diversity reach communities which are not traditionally exposed to cycling, but it's also not enough and it's why I think some of Reed's points are particularly well made especially by inflection points and the relationships are so important to any talented on ambitious young sports person. We're going to hear John Walters later in this episode address, some of these points to but rule models are important as well and as you said Lionel, there's only one block writer in this tour and that is Kevin Razor Francois spoke to him the other day, and we'll hear that interview first confusingly with Lionel, playing Francois Tommaso, and asking the questions on Francois Translating the words of razor. Then we'll hear from voters and TJ Garen manager and writer respectively e f Pro cycling both of them had very interesting things to say and I thought about this issue as well. then. WE'LL HEAR FROM ARTHUR WHO And runs the black cyclist network has an ambitious establishing a racing team and helping to nurture young talent. On. The. News would Utah Judge. ZIPPO. Matter. On. How did the Black Lives Matter Movement Affect You Reputation as. Well it would have been surprises if it didn't affect me it actually earth hard. It's a sad story and shouldn't happen again today I was affected chuck me that in two thousand and twenty this kind of thinking it happen and showed the whole word on the other end is good that a movement is taking press word around. Moves the old furniture around Switzer all ideas, and it's a good thing for everybody. Sports people have played a great part in the movement. Do you feel close to the NBA or tennis players who protested? Basically. Obviously spoiled us at a huge impact with were protested and expressing their views loudly he's great. So they can lead the battle against this kind of. I'm not a word style, but I try to bring my contribution in my own level and in my own way. But when stalls Lebron James Lewis I'm Newton speak out his great to see people of that state surely the fights. Unfortunately you yourself a victim of racism we remember remembering. So by Aleksey near Moscow. Moscone looking back. What do you think about that? Good. Reacted differently if I had been a little bit older, I was taken aback and maybe not fully aware of what was happening to me at the age when was racially abused but today's clear would have reacted differently and I would not accept this kind of tax. Do. You still feel this kind of prejudice in the on times. No not at all there is no risk inappropriate on that. These were only isolated cases I came across fortunately. I, feel really good in portal and considered as a professional writer doing his job. The best can I tried to react sportsman to these kind of attacks. But I'm happy to say that it's nothing to complain about a now. There is still a problem of diversity and cycling compared to some other sports football basketball or even rugby. Why do you think cycling seems to represent less of a full scale of society? More diversity. What I Really like the word diversity started word that I use it probably due to lack of funding continents like Africa tried to get into cycling but like the money to develop some things are taking shape a bit slowly maybe but he's coming hope that in the future more black writers in the Puerto, he suffered a matter of desire and Nova opportunity to dream ten years ago I had a chance to become a pro I. didn't become a pro because I was black because I had the physical ability to do it. I was lucky to me the right person that the right moments and to place in a position to become a pro. Nobody around new your friends were surprised. You chose cycling another sport, and all you do because you. Know. It's all because I started. Full and my relatives and my friends always news cycle. So I very rarely at this kind of remarks except from people who didn't know me well and asked me what I was doing as a living is not coming to see black man on a bike but the same place to taking the spawners in Gopher football with two legs in terms like everybody else. Do. You think a role model could help cage get more interested in the sport. This year, the beginning. Certainly would have helped if one two or three Tour de France the media exposure would have been much more important in might have helped young black kids try cycling and hard work involved. I'm a rudder Marin, the shade only the ones who followed this close closely know me but he will. Help me to win greater racist to become a role model. Your. Parents come from Guadeloupe and there's a real cycling culture there with a tour of Guadalupe being a major event and riders from Guadeloupe making a real career home how come they never come to Europe Understandable is difficult for them to leave. Their family could cocoon to come so far from home and their daily life they right Oh. You're on the same road with the same writers and these account kind of comforts they feared the cold and wet weather in Europe there has been exception like you engine in the ordinary matthews who put hard to succeed in spite of the distance from the family destined to follow and I hope that in the future other Guadalupe riders will join the pro ranks I. Hope I won't be the last black writer in the. Here you are you're either Glueck Yankee occupational. You are listening to kilometers by cycling podcast powered by swept to fitness up that. Into writing into a game. Explore unless roads race rider from all of the world and boost your business with monthly training plans and structure workouts joins the world's training playground with fund spots. To. WISHED DOT COM and start your free talk. Douglas Writer Team Principal Ntt Pro Cycling Virtual. With something that we. Were able to get involved in to you know to us as a as an opportunity to get some visibility for partners and and it was the first time that there was a vigil to the front. So it was something that was that we embraced and we've always embraced the you know the virtual platform and with that foam anyway as a team. Through the years of Rift Academy Ray, we've got rod is from foreign countries and emerging markets could. You know bid to ride and ought team you know through the platform, and then of course, Janda individual to the phones about we we jumped at. It was something that we really focused on show rift is an is an opportunity for riders that are in the off season. and where the weather is really poor, you know to be able to engage in a virtual world in a in a more meaningful way and eroding they bicycles in door to stay fit to focus on some weaknesses on the cadence on. Some special power, all that kind of stuff change your rhythm accelerations. You know all of those kinds of things we were using the platform for during the lockdown, but also we use it for. Times when rod and recovery often injury and all. Internal of engaging with with an audience, you know that That that wants to engage at the teams apartment climbs. A Fan base you know it's Nice on the platform. You get a third dimensional view of the ride where you can ask them questions the kind of in. Game. And and get some responses. So it actually brings the riders will close to you know to people that that WanNa be associated with them and and all able to potentially with him in a virtual space. Is many labels in many areas that. You know that we absolutely embrace the platform and added a huge amount of value to after the team into the individuals Inaki. Jonathan both manager. Precisely so I I think the reason there hasn't been broader recognition is that You know that a lot of countries that are represented. In the world of cycling than the. UAE for example. Don't the black lives matter movement has really touched those areas geographically of the world as much as it has the US obviously. In the US you know in the US cycling is a very small sport. So even though our professional sports inside the US have definitely recognized that issue and made an effort to really try to change things. I think cycling is is. It's such a small sport in the US and then. The US is such a small country in the world of cycling. Really hasn't had that impact. I don't think it's a question of any. Team in cycling being outright racist I. I really I really don't believe that I think it's a matter of. There are very very few black junior riders. There are very, very few black you twenty three riders. In. So even fewer filter through to the professional ranks as to say. There aren't that many choices for a professional team manager to take on. I mean I think our team is incredibly culturally diverse. We've got Ecuadorians Colombians. We've got a native American you know but. You know when it comes down to WHO WOULD I be able to pick of world tour caliber that was. A black American. The options very few and far between. So, how do you correct that? That's the better question as opposed to say, well, you know the the sort of. Obvious, answers will all these to just hire more black writers. Okay. But what if they're not ready for the roads you're? Then, you're you're actually almost hurting them because you're taking into racist that are over their head. And you know they're not ready for it and then the shot off the back, and then it's almost embarrassing to them in. It's a bad situation for everybody if they're not ready. So the. The bigger effort in all of this to me. Is What we doing in junior ranks. What are we doing in you? Twenty three ranks? What are we doing? What are we doing like attracting black athletes to the world of cycling? There's a lot of barriers in Psych mean coaching is a barrier equipment as a barrier. There's a lot of wears. You, for instance, football soccer, whatever we call it nowadays You know it's it's Para Shoes in coaching is readily available all around the world. Cycling, you know it's a very expensive. It's a lot of equipment and coaching is hard to find like real like I'm not talking about. You know some guy that can tell you what to do training peaks on the Internet or whatever I'm talking about. Somebody who teaches around corners and clipping clip out of pedals somebody that you know that that teaches you how to draft and how sprint and you know like real grassroots coaching. I think the veil ability of that is probably not what it should be. In black communities. And so to me, that's the if you WANNA create a great black world to a rider. It's it's. You know it's getting into the black communities and showing them that cycling is a sport that that you know that. You can aspire to showing his sport that that's is really showing the sport that that like that, there is a community of people that will help them coach them. Moving along to the next level, you know sponsor them, etc like that. That's the shortfall that's occurring. It's like at the elite level it's too late. I mean at that point it's too late. It's it's just A. But I. Just don't see as much outreaches there should be. To really inspire black kids to WANNA be bike racers like that's that's step one. Then you can start looking at. You know how to create a Tour de France winner. We certainly have an obligation as a professional team to help those efforts. You know I I mean end of the day, it's a sunny even obligation. It's actually self-serving because if if we're helping fun talent development. Eventually we're the beneficiaries of that. I mean this year you know when allegiance Los Angeles guys did a fundraiser. You know it was just like our fundraiser that we did. Whatever three years ago in two thousand seventeen. and. They like. Here's some guys. You Know Corey Williams that that they probably they really have roots into that community. They're going to be able to identify. Good towns in that region in Los Angeles. Able to help him. So this money's going to be used for something good. Now, you know We didn't do it sponsorship in the team because there's conflicts with specialize in candidate, etc etc. But I threw in some of my own money and say all those very generous of you. In the end, it's actually itself serving. You know because I know that that that money. Over used to you know create. A future champion that that can actually. You know what the win by crisis. TJ. On guardrail writer. F. Pro cycling my feelings on this have evolved a lot because when I was following the NFL back in think twenty sixteen it. All Kinda started with Colin Kaepernick, taking a knee during the national anthem and that was kind of pre. George. Floyd pre black lives matter and his stance wasn't popular because the reason he was taking a knee was to bring awareness to of police brutality and. Racial oppression and I think, a lot of white America was maybe a little bit. Blind to what was actually going on and it wasn't until George Floyd came about that people actually realize. Like Wow Colin Kaepernick is right I. think he's been vindicated in all of this. So I'm really proud to see that the NFL and the NBA are are doing a lot to raise awareness. But I think they haven't done enough given the fact that Colin Kaepernick. was ostracized from the NFL for the stance that he took and he yet he still doesn't have a job. So I, don't think they'll have done enough until we see Colin Kaepernick back in an NFL UNIFORM I do think that cycling can do a lot more to To appeal to. People of Color I mean it's It's it's tough when. When you don't see very many people that look like you to be inspired to go. To go join you know that sort of. Club or fraternity or whatever you. WanNa. Call it and You know cycling it's called the world tour so we're supposed to race. Everywhere around the world, we do races in. China. We do races in the Middle East we do races. In South America We don't really have a whole lot of racing in Africa. But despite racing in all these different places, it's there's a surprising lack of diversity in cycling and you can't say that it's because. People fans of cycling. When we go to China, you know everyone comes and watches US race and Same when we go to raise to her Columbia, the crowds there were. Unbelievable same. When we race tour of Qatar, Roman, the crowds they're they're really interested in cycling. So I, think if there were more programs or more opportunities. or if we did a race in Africa I'm sure it'd be the same thing up there more. Yeah. More programs are opportunities or just vessels to for. Other. Countries to. Get into the world tour I think that would That would be a start. Well, I gotta say I'd I definitely applaud Reza for. You know for being out here and I I get. Because he's just he's a talented cyclist and he deserves to be here. It's not just because. Oh. He's brave that he's here. It's because he's talented. Cyclist is here. but I think about how I might feel if I wanted to go play pick up basketball game. And I I looked at a basketball court and I saw nine other black guys there. And I might feel a little bit intimidated to go join them. I could say I could say like, yeah, I deserve to be here in. Yeah whatever. But I think what would make a more powerful statement is if one of those black guys? Reached their hand and said. We want you in our game. You're welcome here. So So yeah to have Kevin Reza have be the only guy talking about this, it makes a powerful statement. But I think even the the more powerful statement is if more white cyclists said, we're happy you're here. You deserve to be here. We welcome you here and we would welcome more people who look like you. Here as well. Manage money off aw and I'm the founder of the black socks network aside. Thousand Nine. And other, really get a sped to to create something out of black socks network am until. Twenty states when I started genuine full it's about something because it just wasn't a space itis and I found myself. A Course I saw reflect back on my experience when I so fast drying cycling club how I found it at a founding, quite isolating late and experience so wants to cry something. That just wasn't a space toll sacrifice now wanted to watch. Chris. is to to be a welcoming space for you know inbound riders. So it who take an interest in ago maybe go and go and just be like hey ella is. A black cycling in clubs for the Bucky full I can relate to in London and I was just a pappas of it. It really just for it feels like there hasn't been much progress in in the store that we love the I. Love. I remember the first time I've blackstock a soap came to mind was in twenty. Fits. Eleven ABC Johan Djing. rather for car and stuff when I saw came across Kevin a little bit. Redza and straight away ice. Oh, like I literally it's like, Oh my God you know I I won't right way because I looked at for. His ads Bill. So so every though we've got nothing Kobe state different languages. Otherwise English. It's I could relate to ensure away. At for me not having someone like that. I'd. Only Been Hamer in after the Hominy as it has. Been A. Really. No Change a suspension. and. For me to make much as such, it's open by this today. was small disappointed a stay. Is the lack of action. And the lack of acknowledgment when I say action I, don't mean. told, frontier. Old Nemesis idea and a sail s s oh, you see I should. Do something drastic to try and. Bring in. Riders of Color Note. When I say the connection I just mean just simplicity dougherty just showing that, hey, you are against racism you stunned the gains. Oh that. That's evil explodes in anti. Gluttonous? Adopting this simple token gesture that not be able to see that in the toll, a display of that. Symbolism really hits said a passing who follows cycling and Love disturbs me that you know it's. A An ESA you see I don't really care. all different to call it out. Even spoke ice hockey. Let's take some stunned. Against Racism and it's like if you're not take stunned that. The how comes across to us that communicates to people? May that you'll? You know a can simply don't care or. Indifference or even west you agree with it because not taking a stand s to me and Olsen utterly no. Kevin to well. Box seats a decent guy and I read not scoffing about. Today entity gay. Snow pressure. He talked about when he was a eight years ago. He wanted to speak up by young young LAD's trying to young man trying to find his face. And even though Hindus racism you know. Some of the NASTIEST home a bit. It's it took him a while to be a touch a step up and say something about it, and that's the pressure that you know as as the sole person. You go for what we're trying to do is we're not trying to be exclusive when it's inclusive groups that we go white members male female you name it all different types religions no religion etc as is just a very harmonious group. The idea for us is to create a space where a black writer can come that and not feel they have to be the best example. Of the black person and I'll have to be they have to be a historian on black coach and every you know what I'm saying and I feel that. That Kevin Righteous in right now he has to be you know the best example would time in a identity date to to put quite frankly. Right system is not. It's a white man's burden eight. Say It's the white constructs not a black problem. So. In the fossil fights it, you know I think why lies off to step up and? Said denounce that kind of behavior. It's a long term project that Davis not just to. Be The best club in know in the well, the idea is also to help you know. Bring food writers of color from grassroots. From a young age old level to maybe even produce A. Total of France. The moment we'd go at ten mine rice team is team arrogantly compete in next year in the U. K. deal will aim to progress to so you stand up. And also a something to add create women steam as well to neo combos pack example. Of Trinidad and Tobago, racing fourteen bop in the women's she's been a Jew Orosa yesterday on Instagram and decide k you know be great if you could get picture. Lizzie is the diamond for me. 'cause I loved children as as I should super shy you know up approach So I. If you know that today was gonna come over to hat, Yai? If she could just. BE A bit more welcoming. If she said I listened to us, they actually notice by Lizzie, went over to neo. At Hey United States And as she tells you something out to this ball now decide oh this. Amazing. So you know shots Alexi. Knighton. You know there is momentum change by adult say coming from the powers above I'm sitting from individuals will who've donated to a GOFUNDME incisively. So many you know really really. Lovely people just donated to to come pain for the race team effort to I go fund me. So I'm saying from the grassroots level and also from you know companies not necessarily from the government bodies, which is really splintered was there was that senator? Agenda

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