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"patrice oneal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Morning and welcome to the best of it this in the login and Lewis I'm your host millennial grant hope you're having a great new year's day we're going to start this thing off with a couple comedy interviews that we've had the last few months thanks to our friends over at comedy works the first interview we have here today is the Sklar brothers a very unique identical twin team that has been doing stand up and TV for many years they get in to how they stand out from the crowd not fitting into a genre finding their niche in comedy and the greatest influences in their career inside and outside the world of comedy most notably the Beastie Boys who happen to be from New York just like the Sklar brothers would jump into things when Dave in record discussing their chair height and how Dave makes Rick feel inferior when he sitting above him let's jump right into the interview here's a school are brothers with Dave Rick and Kathy Lee hope you enjoy the Sklar brothers are here Randy is Jason what's up guys hi guys yeah right now you can walk in hello yeah it's just let let's just ask them because what let's just ask so if one of your chairs yeah were higher than the other for the one you're better for the one the slower would it bother you yeah yeah of course did they do this on the V. all the TV talk shows right at the host always to tire I mean the Andy Kaufman famously if you look back he did like a special one eight you can see it we the last of us I was at the museum of television right I bet it's on mine in a coffin distress to where his desk was still a host of a show on believe Colin cowherd count I'm my name is that a joke he small he is but look at how he sits on my cell high he's really Colin cowherd is like in the light of that tape six five already there we have my chair was too high for my part you get it what if his chair is below years and he's just that much toss it would bother me what about six to sixty two and a half he six five he was he was like that this is a no reckless is six two because he said I'm six two and a half he's got a AB all right that that's funny let me say off the anything really exist cow herd as well so I mean look up power and it's the funny right is funny so but I understand how that but essentially for me and Jason then if why chair is way lower than J. since I'm like wait a minute here you think he's that much more important than I am while I am to get you guys kill me and sort of fortified Rick's I I I just said I was worried about Rick there would bother him it shouldn't matter it should not sure how I feel right it should matter matter I like you go to a family dinner and there's like one share that's the folding chair because it's not part of the whole thing because right didn't anticipate nine people coming there and so you're at the dinner and everybody's eating normally and then you're just like reaching up to cut the I feel that out that out that's how to that every table that is so terrible Jose Altuve a guy like he's he's denying a lift them up a little bit I was that you remember the first time the Astros won the world says yes just won the World Series two years ago yes ago and and qureia turns to his girlfriend on the field at the time and proposes to her without uniform of a moment not caught on camera they both turned and they both adopted Jose Altuve and I thought that was they're a nice day we can't we can't complain eastern other play now they might want to giving back okay I don't even blame Houston Houston historically great but the nationals are just the buzz saw a man you can't stop work cardinals fans they came in and just destroyed the car in a way that like it makes you say are you guys try what's happening out here allies is legit it's like you just they were beating the carnal so bad that like people were basically looking back at the season to be like what you guys really made no changes at the trade deadline yeah all that stuff comes out when you're watching up what it's like whenever Manu Ginobili was playing bad for the spurs you would notice is bald spot more yeah well he's really really man are you going to wear that the Japanese nylon jacket it's a little warm but I love as Japanese I get a lot a lot for the Robert Kraft give it to him after a massage okay wow okay let's just say there was a happy ending man oh man so so you know I I've always wanted to ask you this for you guys you're so good together the timing is so good together when it wanted to become apparent to you this was sort of going to be your deal I don't ever early ahead yeah young we we were doing comedy in high school I mean that now that's a long time ago but I don't think we ever thought we could do it as a living it felt like too much of a dream that we came out of college you both got accepted to different law schools we were on our way to going to he was going to DC I was going to Atlanta and we just hit the pause button were like look of we don't try this right now if we don't just give it a shot who knows what could happen we moved to New York and we were terrible and we quit after like six months why we're not good enough and then something great happen in New York we took a sketch writing class at Chicago city city limits they always say this those who can't do teach and our teacher was this guy who were like this guy so funny why isn't this guy working he's a great sketch writer he and his brother his name is Justin Stangl and his brother Eric Stangl a year later went on to become the head writers of the David Letterman show so how do we know this guy and he was like you guys are funny he gave us a lot of confidence we writing sketches said you guys are funny don't give up and then this whole new movement in comedy started call the alternative county movement which was really exciting for us as like indie rock you know I mean it was the differently yeah it was an alternative to what was expected in the early nineties there was so much comedy on TV and if a fat guy got up there you were like I could do was whole act he's gonna say cut my leg opening grave is gonna pour out we know you're all your jokes bro before even say it so when we were twins coming on stage which is worse tired of just we didn't want to DO twin jokes you want to do something different we wanted to show the relationship by our sim biosis the same thing you caught on to when you said when you watch us there's like a flow between you guys out its allies acted in Maloney they're very like sports analogies like the receiver you know we we're talking a because we did a bunch of the NFL that work we're talking to Ike Taylor when he was working there were like what's the difference between Erin Riley he'll year D. back you faced all these guys Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Tannehill are eight I mean I get your Rogers Tom Brady Peyton manning what's the difference with those guys and the low and just one tier below he said Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady can put the ball into a one foot by one foot square that either I have to interfere at pass interference or I got a hope the guy drops it or I got I just knock habit not get called like I go all over his back and not get caught that's the only way he's beating me no matter what and also like those guys are throwing the ball before the receivers are out of their breaks so like they're throwing into a spot they know he knows Aaron Rodgers knows when his drivers you know they're gonna be there so is that trust so that it's like Stockton and Malone they just knew like he knew exactly what he was gonna roll up that pick and he would just put it exactly where it needed to be and that was just brilliant said that you guys that I up we try I think we don't we all right did you guys do talk as one person I've known you guys a long time and people may remember you from cheap seats so I think that's when you guys first kind of blew up and that'll show so yeah one rush we did a show on MTV in ninety seven called apartment to after that was a crazy show because the cat cast members were Zach Galifianakis was a cast member Stephen Cole bear did the the first episode we have all learned Amy Poehler from and all these people I mean the stand ups this is a sitcom with stand ups and short films kind of magazine ads and sketches and the stand ups on that show were Patton Oswalt Patrice Oneal bill Burr Jim Norton I'm we had the is ninety seven is that all these people to stand up on the show they were met Jeff frosted the show was great so we did that and then we got cheap seats which was sports in comedy which you know what's amazing is that a ton athletes watch cheap seats back in the day we were just talking we had Glendon Rusch on our former pitcher for the Chicago Cubs among many others and he said back in the two thousand four he got understand we're cardinals fans deep dyed in the wool were stainless cardinals fans and Glendon Rusch the time was back in two thousand four he in Kerry wood a young care would like twenty strikeout KTM's jobs and Dempster the said we used to sit around the clubhouse watch cheap seats that we had one show on the on the old TV are now is it is I keep these while whole thing and he's like we just sit around and watch you got that's on ESPN ESPN classic with her ever right sick for like ten years yeah and is no longer on there but like it was just such a great job and people have said because now like Berman is doing highlights on ESPN plus and there's sort of bringing back small chest I think we need to approach ESPN plus right let's do that right prize they they they didn't bring it back you know it was one of those shows that took a lot of risks and I think because we flew under the radar we were able to take some shots and some risks at because we came out and we said look we.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"What can they mummy? Mike Mike Mike get on the MIC real quick What's up when here's thing we have white people in the room on the podcast? We we always want to know who they are Mike before we get into our guest. Yeah Yeah you are Caucasian. And that makes me curious about how you got here with the brothers today. Mike what are you. What is it that you do I'm the sound engineer at the third podcast studio. But is that your debts. You're trait like you do. That's what you do do do we are like are you rap musicians stand up comedian musician. Stand up comedian. Yeah yeah different. I don't do them together. You'll do different so you don't play instruments of their way. You do not totally different music. Real stand up his heart. So because you're you're a stand up. Comedian yeah okay. I'm GonNa ask you a question. Yeah and based upon and this me Ryan Toby from city high yeah. We're going to decide whether or not we like you. Who are the top five standup comedians? Who've I can tell you I mean that to me that's the league will my order? I'll say Patrice oneal number one. Oh Wow that's my we fucked. Wouldn't give give it up my dog you saw all day. That's how I wouldn't put them number one but the fact that you fucking Patrice means that you know good stand up. That's my dude man. I I mean that's one thing that he's my personal number one but I always tell people like a like a people's Mount Rushmore. Here you're number three. He was like Mount Rushmore leg. Now obviously always throw throw in like another Richard. Pryor the Lenny Bruce George Carlin but my personal Patrice Chapelle Bill Burr. And then after those there yeah bill. He's fucking great but after Chapelle Patrice and birt's it's like a David it's Dave attell is a ton of people to be fighting for that but I mean Patrice is like I listen to that do normals every day usually brother Mike maslum might give it up for Mike. Mike Mike met you before. Maybe you do any engineering at any studios a recording studio No I was working down at the Hollywood improv. And it's mostly the clubs so welcome once again to the red pill podcast for the ripple pockets. Normally we just make the white people clap but now we were on on the same wavelength as my. I have a very very special guests in the house. You guys might have heard me briefly introduce him but is crazy. We Have Ryan Toby. Yes from city high is what would you do well. Let's say. How many are I met? I met Ryan from sister I to have all happy days. Beginning me and Ryan because we box is it the same at Saint Jim we with the great fill Polina over in a boxing and I was introduced him us. Oh man exist. Weird Elliott Bales. I yell do from cigarettes. But like I don't want to say I don't WanNa come over to you and start blasting the song whatever but the last time we had such interesting conversations decisions about music about your journey about just the whole interesting. I was like yeah you can come in and do the podcast. And coincidentally you gotTA shout out this weekend on SNL. Yeah that was huge. Yeah Jennifer Lopez seeing what would Johnson. Yeah yeah in Chris Wray. They did a sketch such a parody of these Hip Hop carolers Christmas characters. That came to somebody's house and they came in and they're like we're Carolus. He said from the late nineties early. Two thousands groups like and they like the food and they like an city high and they do this whole thing on city highlight right and you didn't know that this was gonNA happen. Hell no I didn't know just what you were. You watching the did someone send it to you. Know I Well first of all my wife and I love Saturday night live. I don't even know a lot of people my age or you know especially black people that even watching that show but we love you just spoke whole race you just say I don't know man black people don't fuck me. Michelle had the head. Compensation Sean meals. I WANNA Title Watch fucking sign. I live right but we see the coach when they go viral. Yes so so. I'm just saying we love the show but anyway and I happen to be up Saturday a day night and I went on my instagram and there was just this one person tag me like one low lonely person tag me. There's only menu like this influx of inboxes are DMZ normally if anything. I'm associated with Eh one single person tax. You when you say one lonely person making see somebody in the fucking was lonely tag was lonely it was by. Hi This Oh God was just so you have all the bitches. I don't know anyway. I saw it and I'm like who's this you know what I mean and it wasn't like a flood so Clicked on it and I was like why and I'm looking at it and I'm trying to figure out. Wh what was going on Jennifer Lopez saw that she was going to host the show with a and the baby was the musical best so Yeah so I. I looked at the clip. And not just say wow. This is crazy this is like then. Didn't she post something and say instead insist on like a an amazing group she tour with or something like that on. No no no no no Bet Jaylo was that Jalen did not say that. Who said that because when when you said to me Oh yeah that that person the person who tag me said I used tour with? I still don't know who this is. This is somebody they said they use lonely as person says that they use to actually tore with right. I don't know what that's w you can. Just take us tour with them so but you never you never tour with Jaylo. No I'll never never know. WHO's the biggest artist city however tour with Wycliffe? Nellie we were on a tour called the MTV campus. Campus invasion tour always seems so fucking corner. Here's after its banks blocks. You know what I'm saying but the but KNOB but I get it like Nelly. It was destiny's child three W eve US Wow that it was pretty huge. Brielle W. Yes joe. Boss this I didn't notice and I'M GONNA get into this real quick 'cause you said three L. W. Did you know Oh and I really got into it on twitter a couple of weeks ago. Did you realize thrill w ended because two who of the girls from thrilled w through chicken on the other girl how about this. Let me let me let me know. How did you know how I feel like I? This was a big thing because yeah well I saw this on twitter Joe they threw KFC on her. And I was like wait a minute. They didn't really throw one. That was one of a few reasons but hell no let me fuck you listened. They checking on. WHO's in power? Yeah her last night. I'm working on her own album. She sinks you work in her house literally with. I'm going to be with her again tonight. We'll all week is she. Going to address this Chiquita Eh. She did a whole on was a TV watch. I WanNa hear it console. I WanNa hear.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Is dangerous check out the three one Kevin Hart in the building we talking about the book about how you walked in on a comedian can offer trees only of yes right the trees okay Patrice Oneal you need a place to stay so at the time I was living in LA I had a two bedroom apartment he stay in there I'm like do you come and go as you want ma'am I acts with outlook we just out and about during the day and she's I I well I'm going with my girls as I would you go ahead and go back to the grave I walk in this quiet juries you hair okay nothing right it's not going to back it is in a back room where you feel like you know go give me a second give me a second I was like what he's call may give me a second the move outside baby oil on top of if you call me I know you will be only first of all he's discussing his he vanished what about this store they have to not to tell nobody knew so no as your friend I'm going tell everyone that will now and this is what he wants and heaven smiling right now he will want me to tell us the world's most dangerous morning show we'll be back in minutes it's the breakfast club one oh five one it will be if so we my queen I didn't make money we can he called the yes we want to hear from you hello one and I just want to talk about the features as it relates to the drug you know by young man had one of my office a couple weeks ago and thank god the young lady dina because you know what to do because I had no idea exactly pass on my own accord to plant the thought thank you but it was directly related to drug use because you just started having them as adults for understanding you know you can't when you use these drugs you just can't stop using them just like that because something like that you know can happen so I'm really what I don't understand we make use of these drugs they got understand it has in the back and I'm not going to have you know that was that was the cause of the young man you know that the drug use but those users of very very real as I locked inside outside we don't know what to do for them because I don't even know if you can't talk about when they have a one because I thought if I know it no.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on Opie Radio

Opie Radio

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on Opie Radio

"His whole life he needs to hate when people say been doing this since I was eighteen. I've said that a lot. I don't know I don't know why that's a slam by repeating that back to me but I guess it is but yeah I've been doing this. A really fucking longtime. I knew this is what I wanted to do when I was listening to radio shows out of New York when I was a kid and started practicing in my In my room it was kind of an escape for me because we had kind of a crazy household. So what do you do you listen to the radio and yet and all of a sudden you feel like you're part of something and then you know I was lucky up to start doing this at eighteen. Yeah I'm proud of that. Actually so if you WANNA use that against me I guess good for you. Good for you ride the scooter. I am a big fan the electric scooters. I don't know if your city or town Hasim yet but how awesome. They are a great way to get around New York City. Dangerous is all walk but me and my family went down to Washington DC. Oh by the way I gotTa Uh I gotTa upload that Ooh I got to upload that to my podcast feed The band episode. I loved my Mytalk Westwood. One did year there but it's pretty obvious. After year we weren't helping each other out so mutually we decided to go in other directions. I still have a lot. aww friends over there Wasn't going to say. Oh but the one problem that Westwood One had and I was very surprised by so when I went to Washington and discovered how great the electric electric scooters are with my family. I also did an episode down there and I went to the White House and I was talking to these guys that had been holding court outside the White White House for a forgot but many many many years and they're and they're very versed on all the topics that everyone likes to argue about. So if you're going to argue with those people down there outside the White House make sure you do your homework because they will destroy you in a debate whether you agree or disagree with their side. They're just yeah well informed they were talking about trump and this and that and then out of nowhere Alex Jones shows up with a bullhorn and caused quite the commotion. It was insane insane and I was trying to get Alex Jones officially on the podcast. I couldn't because with the megaphone. He would he really wanted to make his point and yell and scream at the White House and yell and scream at trump even though trump couldn't hear one word of what he was saying. And then these guys that hold outside the White House they got involved and they were debating Alex stones and the whole thing was amazing and capture the whole damn thing and I was so excited to put it out on my podcast and Westwood. One got really nervous. The the only problem I had in a year the only one which is a miracle because everywhere I went over the years I had so many problems so maybe because of therapy I have less problems. They basically came to me and said hey man we We don't want that episode out what it was GONNA be one of my best episodes At the time and I really thought it was going to get you know a little bit of a buzz because at the at that time it was like April Alex Jones was really really hot and he was in the news for being banned from all sorts of social media. And I had a bite my lip because I was really frustrated. 'cause I'm like this is kind of not nothing's going to happen if I put this episode dot except maybe we get a little buzz and maybe we get higher downloads them. We we get for a normal episode so we came to agreement that I can release it on Youtube. The one that's on my podcast feed is just okay. So I think I'm going to do is Upload that episode. How is supposed to be heard? I'll do that in the next You know between now and the end of the year. I think you'll really enjoy but if you want to jump ahead and I'm sure a few of you have It is on my youtube channel OPIE radio got some drummers you know what that's how this podcast is going to end. I'm GONNA walk in. Get the drummer's my podcast Patrice oneal. I I'm going to be on the Patrice O'Neal documentary on on Comedy Central. I talked to those guys like a couple of weeks ago. Patrice was just a monster. Just a monster in the comedy world. I mean there are guys out. There are doing very very well but I still don't see anyone that's comes close to where Patrice was able to on that stage. Mike God his angle Poland. His take on things were just second-to-none he would come up with these concepts and you would sit there in my case you know. I'm running a radio show. And how would we just be looking at him in amazement. Like Holy Fuck. What a brilliant take? Then you're you were convinced and I don't know this you know for sure. Then you're convinced that he was just making it up as as he goes along or was he was he sitting around in that apartment thinking of some of these things and then waiting for the time to unleash them on the world. I mean there are many times when I would seem in a comedy club. How much of this material is he? Just making up on the spot but that was the brilliance of Patrice because he could either have been well prepared or was he just making it up and you honestly didn't know when you're sitting there but you knew one thing he was fucking pretty much one of the funniest people to ever do it so it'll be it'll be fun fun to be part of that documentary looking forward to that he is He has missed his angle on trump Could you imagine the one thing about about trump with your like Amar or don't if you like trump the majority of people that like trump will not take joke about trump. which frustrates me? Because I think you know you should be able to take jokes about your guy and then people like in my case that I would make fun of trump. Then that means I'm a Democrat and I don't make fun of the other side right and that's just not true. I think the Democrats are in deep trouble with this election. Coming up I mean Bloomberg is now running I think Pete Buddha judge figured it was time to say his name correctly I think he has the best shot the believe it or not the best shot but then he's got the gay thing I mean. People in New York are fine with the gay thing. But there's a lot of states in our union that aren't fine with the gay thing so that could be a problem I think Biden Biden too old and stammering and at any moment is teeth are GonNa fall out of his mouth and I. I don't see anyone like on that side. Oh Oh my God. My instagram live is ending and five seconds guys OPIE RADIO DOT COM for all your merch. That went well but now I'm talking talking to myself. I'm just awkwardly talking to myself. That was fun though. Man Anyway. Patrice O'Neal documentary out going. That'd be part of that. So my point is that Comedians make jokes about trump or the other side. People get really really mad because they can't take the joke about them their guy. I think Patrice O'Neal was alive. He would be the exception. I think his stuff would have been so brilliant on on trump that people actually would have accepted it even if they were huge trump supporters. I really believe that he would have got trump supporters to just not take it so seriously and to laugh at all the craziest shit that trump has done since becoming president. There you go. There's my two cents on that a one of the other thing because you guys loved the Inside Baseball So Comedy Central Calls Me Me for Patrice O'Neal documentary and they go so we're hoping that you know. Stop the mid sentence I said No. Basically they They wanted me and Anthony to do our interview together and Dan. I haven't seen Anthony and five and a half years. I don't intend to see him anytime soon. And I certainly know that that would be impossible to sit it next to him for the Patrice. O'Neal documentary and talk about Patrice. That wouldn't work. They said you know what we still WanNa talk to you. And I'm like all right cool. I appreciate that because I I was sort of worried but if it came down to it they said it's either you anthony together or you can't be part of this. I would've I would've basically had to say all right. Good luck to.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good morning okay away the login recruiters Kathy we with you we've we've got the chair situation rectified I now have my knees almost at eye level of my of my own head so when I was gone it downstairs that lyric you what you did Lauren even though I I'm so I will now I say this honestly to you I'm worried about you that that that would that would that would be bothersome to the my chair was higher than your sorry soul half hour is bothered by yeah I mean I could tell we use these guys know reading Gettysburg we didn't get his best effort this call our brothers are here Randy Jason what's up guys hi guys yeah right now you can walk in and I love yeah Hey let's just let let's just ask them because what was just ask so if one of your chairs yeah were higher than the other the one meter better for the one this lower would it bother you yeah yeah and of course did they do this on a V. all the TV talk shows right at the host always to tire I mean the Andy Kaufman famously if you look back he did like a special one eight you can see it we the last of us I was at the museum of television right I bet it's on mine in a coffin distress to where his desk was still a host of a show on believe Colin cowherd count I'm my name is that a joke he small he is but look at how he sits on my cell high he's really Colin cowherd is like in the light of that date six five already yeah we have my chair was too high for my part you get it what if his chair is below years and he's just that much toss it would bother me what about me six two six two and a half he six five he was chair he was like that this is a no reckless is six two because he said I'm six two and a half he's got a AB all right that that's funny let me say that your coffee any Carly exists Powell heard as well so I mean look up power and is the funny right is fine so but I understand how that but essentially for me and Jason then if why chair is way lower the J. since I'm like wait a minute here you think he's that much more important than I am while I am to get you guys kill me as sort of fortified Rick's I I I just said I was worried about Rick there would bother him it shouldn't matter it should not sure how I feel right it should matter matter yeah I like you go to a family dinner and there's like one share that's the folding chair because it's not part of the whole thing because right didn't anticipate nine people coming there and so you're at the dinner and everybody's eating normally and then you're just like reaching up to cut the talking on that album that out that's how to that every table that is so true though Jose Altuve a out of like he's is denying a lift them up a little bit I was I do you remember the first time the Astros won the world says yes is on the World Series two years ago yeah there's ago and and qureia turns to his girlfriend on the field at the time and proposes to her without uniform of a moment not caught on camera they both turned and they both adopted Jose Altuve and I thought that was share a nice moment we can't come with it we can't complain based on other play now they might want to giving back okay I don't even blame Houston Houston historically great but the nationals are just the bus on man you can't stop work cardinals fans they came in and just destroyed the car in a way that like it makes you say are you guys try what's happening out here lies is legit it's like you just they were beating the cardinals so bad that like people were basically looking back at the season being like what you guys really made no changes at the trade deadline yeah all that stuff comes out when you're watching up with like whenever Manu Ginobili was playing bad for the spurs you would notice is bald spot more yeah well he's really really man made the score brothers are in studio with us they're going to be at the comedy works downtown where were square one show tonight eight o'clock couple shows on Friday night tomorrow night seven thirty and nine forty five in the two one Saturday seven thirty and nine forty five as well as club in the world in one sold out already so get your ticket yeah I get your tickets now and we just you know we did your show earlier that's always does well in terms of selling out I would put it on you man okay it's your our ticket here we will we're responsible for sales alot out without right are you going to wear that the Japanese nylon jacket it's a little more but I love as Japanese I get a lot a lot of proper craft gave it to him after a massage wow okay let's just say there was a happy ending man oh man so so I've always wanted to ask you this for you guys you're so good together the timing is so good together when it wanted to become apparent to you this was sort of going to be your deal I don't ever early ahead yeah young we we were doing comedy in high school I mean that now that's a long time ago but I don't think we ever thought we could do it as a living it felt like too much of a dream that we came out of college you both got accepted to different law schools we were on our way to going to he was going to DC I was going to Atlanta and we just hit the pause button will likely give we don't try this right now if we don't just give it a shot who knows what could happen we moved to New York and we were terrible and we quit after like six months why we're not good enough and then something great happened in New York we took a sketch writing class at Chicago city city limits they always say those those who can't do teach and our teacher was this guy who were like this guy so funny why isn't this guy working he's a great sketch writer he and his brother his name is Justin Stangl and his brother Eric Stangl a year later went on to become the head writers of the David Letterman show so how do we know this guy and he was like you guys are funny he gave us a lot of confidence we writing sketches said you guys are funny don't give up and then this whole new movement in comedy started call the alternative Connie movement which was really exciting for us as like indie rock you know I mean it was it out differently it was an alternative to what was expected in the early nineties there was so much comedy on TV and if a fat guy got up there you were like I could do was whole act he's gonna say cut my leg opening grave is going to pour out we know you're all your jokes brought before even say it so when we were twins coming on stage which is worse tired of just we didn't want to DO twin jokes you want to do something different we wanted to show the relationship by our sin biosis the same thing you caught on to when you said when you watch us there's like a flow between you guys out it's a doctor in Maloney exactly they're very like sports analogies like the receiver you know we we were talking a because we did a bunch of the NFL network talking to Ike Taylor when he was working there were like what's the difference between Erin Riley ill year D. back you faced all these guys Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Tannehill are eight I mean I get your Rogers Tom Brady Peyton manning what's the diff between those guys and the low and just one tier below he said Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady can put the ball into a one foot by one foot square that either I have to interfere pass interference or I got a hope the guy drops it or I gotta just knock habit not get called like I go all over his back and not get caught that's the only way he's beating me no matter what and also like those guys are throwing the ball before the receivers are out of their breaks so like they're throwing into a spot they know he knows Aaron Rodgers knows when his driver if he doesn't have to be there so is that trust so that it's like Stockton and Malone they just knew like he knew exactly what he was gonna roll up that pick and he would just put it exactly where it needed to be and that was just brilliant so that you got that right up we try I think we don't we all right do you guys do talk is one person well I know you guys a long time and people may remember you from cheap seats so I think that's when you guys first kind of blew up in the long run if we did a show on MTV in ninety seven called apartment to after that was a crazy show because the cat cast members were Zach Galifianakis was a cast member Stephen Cole bear did the the first episode Amy Heller Amy Poehler from all and all these people I mean the stand ups this is a sitcom with stand ups and short films kind of magazine ads and sketches and the stand ups on that show were Patton Oswalt Patrice Oneal bill Burr Jim Norton I'm we had the is ninety seven is that all these people to stand up on the show they were met Jeff frosted the show was great so we did that and then we got cheap seats which was sports in comedy which you know what's amazing is that a ton of athletes watch cheap seats back in the day we were just talking we had Glendon Rusch on our former pitcher for the Chicago Cubs among many other things and he said back in the eighty thousand for he got understand we're cardinals fans deep dyed in the wool were stainless cardinals fans and Glendon Rusch the time was back in two thousand four he and Kerry wood a young care would like twenty strikeout KTM's jobs and Dempster the said we used to sit around the clubhouse watch cheap seats that we had one show on the on the old TV are now is it is I keep these while whole thing and he's like we just sit around and watch you got that's on ESPN ESPN classes for ever right sick for like ten years yeah and is no longer on there but like it was just such a great job and people have said because now like Berman is doing highlights on ESPN plus in there Sir bring back small chest I think we need to approach ESPN plus right let's do that right who it comes prize they they they didn't bring it back you know it was one of those shows that took a lot of risks and I think because we flew under the radar we were able to take some shots and some risks at because we came out and we said look we know sports we could sit here and just talk straight sports with you guys for hours and that's fine we also are comedians you know that we stand onstage at comedy works and we make people laugh with straight up stand up comedy our goal is not to make a show that people who like our show also like sports center and also like that we wanted people to say I like this show and I also like the daily show and I also like thirty thirty rock in the Simpson's and you know Arrested Development we wanted people to put this in the same category of comedies were like sports will be the backdrop will get the sports right but we want to make the kind of comedy show that stays with people for a decade and we still get tweets to this day a purpose and bring it back so between the two of you is is one more of a driver in terms of the sort of the the on stage presentation I mean not you know now because stories had you'll see it if you come and see if the comedy worse this weekend but stories happen in either of our allies in it so the in this way and you can appreciate this is like a band where at Lemmon brings in a riff no I don't like what I got I got this or Hey I wrote there is and I got this and then can we build a song around it so something happens to me in my life with my family my kids I live my life and I'm like this happen I think this is really funny right beats tapping into something larger and we and we just like riff off it and figure out so I will drive that bit because that happened to me something happens to him with his son he's got a son I've got two daughters got a son that's a very different thing to deal with me so something happens to him and then I kind of just fill in enjoy show by the way I recently shot my son rocky three skipped rocky one in rocket too because I thought there's gonna be too much story in it how do you like it he loved it I was like take it take me to the to the rock installment where no one's blocking any punches and really throwing out ideas I think the copy box would have exploded our hands so I show my son the movie and I'm thinking he's going to go nuts when he beats clubber Lang in the at and like when we were kids you what you put on your C. are going crazy are you ready for the moment my son's favorite moment the what the one moment he jumped out of his see the movie and started celebrating when he found out that Mickey was Jewish that was the modem like nice simultaneously I don't understand you and love you more than I've ever loved so funny but again that's the sort of having him and he drives it and then I can be there like the audience asking questions about it in like pushing the narrative forward in that way in life so we each take turns and we feel like that's appropriate for act because unlike the smothers brothers where you know one was one way or the other was taken yeah at first all that's been done in those they did a great job you can't do any better than they did it and we don't want to do any better and we're twins and there is this sort of like I go forward you go forward new both coming together the same time or you know this is a this hour that we have is we are kind of describe to you earlier this it is.

"patrice oneal" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

16:13 min | 2 years ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"The breakfast club you will come from a world is dangers of this three one Kevin Hart in the building we're talking about the book about how you walked in on a comedian can offer trees only of yes right okay Patrice Oneal you need a place to stay so at the time I was living in LA I had a two bedroom apartment he stay in there I might do you come and go as you want me and my ex with outlook we just out and about during the day and she's I I well I'm a go ahead with my girls as I would you go ahead and go back to the crypt I walk in this quiet juries you hair can not them right so I'm going to back it is in a back room where you feel like you know go give me a second give me a second I'll say what you want he's call may give me a second we moved outside baby oil on top of if a woman I know you will be only first of all he's discussing his defenders what about this store and they ask you not to tell nobody in you know as your friend I'm going tell everyone so well now it does what he wants and have is smiling right now he will want me to tell us the world's most dangerous morning show we'll be back in minutes it's the breakfast club yeah thank they want yes five the world's most dangerous morning everybody is dean J. M. V. is Julie you show me the guy we are the breakfast club we got a special gas in the building one of the flies just people I know yes yeah welcome with the men your book is amazing we're gonna make an even better movie amazement I look around I came in and looked around me first thing came to my mind was juicy never thought hit public take this fall wow when I started out Andrea will have a little office in Brooklyn and puffy was though like a entering the room to see where this is coming with the man is amazing where we was at about you with and without even knowing your whole entire story in this book really details a lot of things that we didn't know correct about the legend of dapper Dan yeah I can't believe you alive my brother I can't eve how did you will have New York in the seventies and eighties in a I just like keep switching lane for me a sad thing that happened like when we have Nipsey I learned early on that bloody young goes on no the streets will implode when you if you don't understand you can not be in it and not of it yeah when you walk away from the street you gotta break clean or you gonna break clean you just can't have no contact you got to reflect for while visit us for that movie they try to kidnap me got shot still got the building in the neck you know always often begin to cause a lot of people might not know they had a name that but did they see the face but they don't know what you've done so how did you get started we was like so poor you know we we used to steal food from supermarkets man it was just have holes no shoes that whole experience where set the stage for how we would think the major difference came one nineteen sixty seven me and all my brothers got busted selling drugs in on June nineteenth nineteen sixty seven I got out September twenty seventh nineteen sixty seven and one of the brothers in there who is locked up with me is one of them alleged choose the kill Malcolm now sort of respect that he had man I said I might go back to jail again but I'm never going back like this is a drug deal so walk away from nineteen sixty seven I went back to high school twenty three years old I need to find out who I was we let you back in high school at twenty twenty three street academies it was a three part for you go yeah St academy mmhm go from city government cadmium transition you get a scholarship to go to prep school with the and then you get a scholarship to go to college so was like a semi a process of me leaving the street before I came back with them this serious thing that changed my mind the most like this four day boys and I'm the young right and we all got busted me in jail at the same time they call me out the bull pen and then they pull me back in like nineteen twenty one so when I got back in the socks mobile to see what was there he said that's the snitch behind a doing a film on the th and I come to find out the guy who told us was the guy who told us of the host I'll tell my brothers from that moment on okay I'm done with that hello you said you said the guy that killed my guy yeah that's what I did in essence dot right he said he didn't let you write one yeah others say he got respect the Joe crazy respect why at that time nations long was really powerful and with a lot of elements in the street welcome was considered a traitor yeah yeah yeah well say we talk in nineteen sixty eight what was the king was considered a cool all good change the trajectory of how you got your generation thinks about him is what they did after that when they both went global the drug game help and hurt the business of dapper Dan all the crack epidemic created a cash flow in the street middle class black would not buy from me the most revolutionary element that you found in the street they didn't care about what people think with the yanks as long as it looked nice they were by and you have to remember I was doing luxury goods so there was only one that had the money that you spend on that what I was doing when you started doing the clothing in and it was our old artisanal celebrities in in the drug dealers and they said the cease and desist as such as going out how did you survive after well here's what to do at the height of my business I had drinks is come from all over the country so when they shut me down I went underground I would hit I would make close in on the ground and hit every black city from New York to Chicago because all the games I knew all the key key junctures in the eighties so with no problem and that's not assisting or so for twenty years but now when I went to Africa also a lot of different things at one time on a toe to head it how did that change you in sixty year and you know sixty I would like to twenty three and we're gonna no I went to Ghana Tanzania Ethiopia Sudan and Egypt Hey Liberia Niger we just did we just live with family it was a live and you learn from that trip all my home this certain things along for the trip this instrumental in helping me to do what I'm doing now let me talk about that when I was staying in Kenya Joe making out it was the president but one of the most important things that he did that I learned from that trip is there even today the economy is controlled by people from all say basically India's right so would join working out a did he said every business here has to have an indigenous king in as a partner and then after five years you say okay you all cannot be in this sector to business now contrast so that we was in Uganda remember it yeah man took over in Uganda and went in the army and took over in Uganda he kicked out all the Indians in the economy collapsed so when you look at how we make progress we make progress to how we learn but we have to get inside to learn which is which is important to you know my relationship with Gucci right when you see her relationship with Gucci I learned from John King other that we have to be inside we have to make sure we learn about the dynamics of these businesses so we can lay to run these businesses and these businesses will be able to sustain itself okay when they ran me on the ground and all the black brands came about they all come laugh why we don't have no black rims today I want because we didn't we didn't get inside we didn't understand what it meant to be inside so you got to be in the fashion houses to learn how to build exactly are we got more we do have a day when we come back don't move is the breakfast club good morning yeah a known Jesus the only let me know me Joan yeah just does it mean to win so thank you need to yeah coming in a way still gone bad on you every time notice to say yeah we noticed and when you see me no stress you morning everybody is seen in V. angel ye shall meaning that we are the breakfast club we have G. legend dapper Dan into building shelling so what is the what a mistake that the black brain made the mistake we made is not in the brand's was a luxury right so you can apply brass yeah all the blood was not it was a luxury bring how do we create luxury luxury only becomes comes from the value that we put on a right good good place no no no luxury comes from us having the money to buy luxury that's the only way we can get looks you right but we don't we don't generate that kind of money here now would not punishable Gucci I'm selling out in Japan I'm someone I'm Asian someone almost places where our culture is very powerful so if we want to if we want a luxury brand we have to have a distribution that's a powerful knows that we can get a brand in those countries but what about all the drug dealers the rapper's whoever can afford they can afford to fashion the high fashion stuff so why can't the black they'll have the same type of you know there's not enough of a you know a big he said of the international he's not around yes and distribution is them to get into those location yeah this this and other countries exactly done to try to figure out why we put more value on that stuff then we do our own stuff that's what I'm trying to figure out well that's individual choice but I'm not going after what we buy I'm going up there this is what all market who we all is our culture I'm not going along with black people look in column or in the United States about with you want to buy luxury or not put your money no if I culture is so powerful and is selling around the world is somebody else's supplement I want to get to where they fell into that the following these major brands as a figure just when you look or who all the influences we all the influences yeah right and we didn't I'll be OB ability to influence is going all around the world I'm not concentrating on just getting his black money here what I can get the global money if I got the global culture you're right but which voice right don't you think you could have made a Sanjana phat farm or any black brand just as cool and pop in as you did to go cheese in the Louise because that was only cool good due to know it was wired but the only thing one thing Malcolm thought global young found one for global I'm thinking global I'm not thinking about this he had you know they cater to right here I don't want to do that right Hey this is an established brand are go into the established global brand learn from that and then you can establish own Glamorgan Martin weren't global brands they were they were brand that was started right here in America but they took him once they got they foot hole like I got the foot hole then you go go we can build what would you get a funnel so you had a foot market your foothold due to Scripps yeah I got muscle Fulton Street so once you get to four all discrete and you could you had the potential to take out any huddled Randall because your doctor that I didn't have yeah but I don't have the distribution or the money if if we have if we have a sustainable economy among people of color black people that can support a luxury brand I wouldn't I wouldn't have to be at the I think the problem is I I think we make hot we like what other people can't half right so it's like that's why a lot of us by Gucci by Louis Vuitton by Chanel bottles things because it's things that limit is not too much of it and what we do that what places where a lot of times don't necessarily want with us you know we go to the store they still follows run a store a lot of times with the ones that bind and making it happen Gucci no we in all that you are the one that you you look at when they made it happen like you know you can you know what bag yeah we had a war wanted to wait when they took it a Gucci recreated the outfit that you did years ago exactly you know me so I can easily like when we create our own Maria's.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The things that give us pause that seem out of place the don't feel right the answer to why defines who we are so if you see something why do you say something I see say for my friend for my community for my family for each other because we have something worth why do you see the first suspicious activities to local authorities to see something say something newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM entertainment and enlightenment so you know how you know how the tight rope Walker is that are really really good they have a is they don't have a net and you're like well that guy doesn't have a net this guy is a tie her a lot what were Walker that has a candle at the other end of the rope that's burning it's about an inch under the rope and a kite with a giant you know like those supermarket opening scissors at the other end him he's walking it anyway to take a journey with Nick the follow in one minute is the program normally I would not have to would not have somebody who is this much of a tight rope Walker on my show in this particular atmosphere because this could be the last hour of my career however I know him he's funny I've respected him for a very long time he's a fan of the show and so I don't think he has an agenda to end my career and even though I think you're suicidal suicidal nicht Apollo is with us he's a comedian yeah he has a new comedy special out called a breath of fresh air and it will it I mean it is a breath of fresh air because you're saying things that nobody in their right mind says anymore although you will be gasping for air a few times a week because it's laugh out belly laugh comedy but also because there are times you're like Nick what do you do you can what do you say well that's what you do in Hollywood turned your back on your twenty years ago you know I mean we don't get to lose at this point but this is how I always did it after my second open Michael and somebody came up to me and this is nineteen eighty eight and said your politically incorrect you're you're the you're the few that's where it's going I remember saying the guy I think it's gonna get a lot worse but I had no idea we're gonna get to this point where you know a guy can say he's a girl and a girl I mean this is all that come nobody saw that so why and and I like how you said about the rope burning car wins that I'm the only guy that burns bridges on standing on a it up perfectly you are either somebody you you won an Emmy for nominated twice working for Chris rock yeah so I'm not a racist **** Chris although the comedy that you're doing right now you could say the same thing about Chris rock when he was going after people you could have said the same thing but you the well the the comedy that you're writing now and you're performing is dangerous because it is exactly what everybody says if you're misogynist your racist you're a sex or whatever it is right all the yes you embody all of them in this special to be the next specialist yes yeah I we're in we're times I don't know how to do it I don't I don't watch and maybe this is bad I but I I don't watch on the comics and I watch specials yeah because I keep hearing nobody's doing what you're doing yet nightly is so I have to say well they don't know what they're thinking from the gun and then everyone's well catch a glimpse of a stand here I'll go to the comedy cellar where I did develop this that's the other thing I developed this sack you know on the campus of and why you know the comedy sellers on the campus of and why you right so I got a lot of people and how do you are you still performing their fight I moved to this is what I know I was it I moved to Georgia couple months ago you move your living well I was living western I was looking for miles from Hillary Clinton's house home and everybody up there that is is hello is it gets Westchester county New York and I'll be in a dentist a waiting room and and hear people bad mouth and trump and stuff and and then I started getting paranoid you know if if somebody at the grocery store was taking too long to help me I go there Mrs some especially hate my dentist doesn't call me back ago this guy's a live I was not yeah and I said look here right and and it was actually affecting me you know we would get back to us or or whatever and I you know if I I swear to god I hate my Paul they know who I am I was in New York for years right so I picked up and you know move to a and that's why does purple St George yeah I know that's what your taxes right now because I mean part of it was cool and walking down the street people throwing things out of every five minutes and then you come to Texas in at least at least they're not throwing thing throwing things at me because yeah for real reasons your really yeah I mean I'm still under the radar I I we're as a badge of courage that Facebook is taken down my ads now and and I where is the badge of courage that they finally I would be get insulted on the sand Hey why is you'd think that what's in your comedy special I do think Stephen Crowder or whoever I'm again at some like what I've been doing this stuff with mark guys like you want to talk sixty eight or whatever and and you know we're going his a thing when I do raise sort racial it's racial it's not racist it's racial stuff I I am in this is the true that Madonna's thirty years I've had maybe four black people get upset with me as opposed to the seven hundred fifty thousand young white kids yes you know I mean yes what people come up and go we love your honesty me Patrice Oneal when on that show tough crowd we sort of open that we got away with murder on will come up to me black people mysteries and I love what you want three still and because it's just honesty yeah and if you got it yet but you got and comedy and it's because I was gonna say you got to be entertaining yeah you don't get preachy yeah I want to turn it's Jeanine Graf allow this fall off that you know yeah yeah I like actually people believe a lot I I I'm a friend of Jim he's but are you still detaining do you still have friends because comedy the comedians have become worthless they're really worth this and worse they really are it's you know tell me Gallagher is worthless they're all like that now if they're not preachers yeah you know every all right I mean they're going for pause they're going for those lines they can you know yeah yeah I call it clap after they're just going laughter laughter you know yeah that's what yeah well it's like watching the debate every time they just spell out these platitudes everybody should have new shows and it's yeah I just I just do what I do and yeah but like we bring a blow we'd like you know he can go back to the comedy cellar on night city pop send these women the female comics who say I don't want to work their fees they say night so they don't know what they're doing for a living number one those that that's the definition of a hack your comic I love that what I do for a living is that ground zero of this first amendment thing right now it's not musicians it's comics so yeah it is you know yeah I love that I really think that you are the closest thing that we have to Lenny Bruce today because we are now the underground we're the counter culture yes we and and Lenny Bruce was intentionally pushing every button he could write to show people way cop what the hell is happening wake up and I watch your special and if you are intelligent you know that's exactly what you're doing because ice ice you would you say stuff that's really really funny and really over the line in you know it's you wrote it for that I I I right on stage so I don't sit down the notebook anymore we do when you first start out and you go this is work some of my head well according this is the that's the best way to write in my opinion so it comes from I got on stage as oppose when you sit down and you're actually intentionally trying to be provocative right I mean yeah so comes from the gods right but yeah this so if you are I watched I was like but right you are turning it up for come come for comedic sense but it is an attention yes there is there is a fifty seven a white guy in the comedy world you gonna scream louder than everybody I'm so sick in here I laughed when I hear a female comedians gay committees black means talking how politically correct that how comedies road political correctness was created to shut up guys like me there's no black comic who got in trouble for making fun of white people are gay comic making fun of straight people they don't get in trouble for that it was created a came about this check guys like me up and I'm not gonna shut up I I need the money I get a dog I mean I got to work alright we'll take a quick break we'll come back you I I warn you this is it is this isn't anything that you have if you remember people like Richard Pryor you've seen this you just haven't seen this in twenty years somebody who has the balls to say what everybody says don't say that whatever you do don't say that he says it he says that you talk about me a trump the the best I'm not getting and just a second more and I want to talk to you some of your friends in the comedy business and and what's happening there programs you can watch on demand at the please dot com slash TV you can watch every episode of for the record and watch exclusive documentaries one of those buildings will drop pass for terrorists coming.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Like you want to talk in nineteen sixty eight or whatever and and you know we're going his a thing when I do raise sort racial it's racial it's not racist it's racial stuff I I am in this is a true that Madonna's thirty years I've had maybe four black people get upset with me as opposed to the seven hundred fifty thousand young white kids yes you know I mean yes what people come up and go we love your honesty me Patrice Oneal went on that show tough crowd we sort of open that we got away with murder on him and he pulled come up to me black people mistreated and god love what you three still and because it's just honesty you know and if you got it yet but you got and comedy and it's because I was gonna say you got to be entertaining yeah you don't get preachy yeah I want to turn it's Jeanine Graf allow this fall off that you know yeah yeah yeah I like X. you people believe a lot I I I'm a friend of Jim he's but are you still detaining do you still have friends because comedy the comedians have become worthless they're really worth less violence and worse they really are it's you know tell me Gallagher is worthless they're all like that now if they're not preachers yeah you know every all the apps right I mean they're going for pause they're going for those lines they can you know yeah yeah I call it clap after they're just going laughter laughter you know that yeah well it's like watching the debate every time they just spell out these platitudes everybody should have new shows it's yeah I just I just do what I do and yeah but like we bring a blow we'd like you know he can go back to the comedy cellar on night city pop said these women female comics who say I don't want to work there if he's the same night so they don't know what they're doing for a living number one those that that's the definition of a hack your comic I love that what I do for a living is that ground zero of this first amendment thing right now it's not musicians it's comics so yeah it is you know I mean I love that I really think that you are the closest thing that we have to Lenny Bruce today because we are now the underground we're the counter culture yes we and and Lenny Bruce was intentionally pushing every button he could write to show people wake up what the hell is happening wake up and I watch your special and if you are intelligent you know that's exactly what you're doing because ice ice you you say stuff that's really really funny and really over the line in you know it's your Adam wrote it for that well I I I I right on stage so I don't sit down the notebook anymore when you do when you first start out then you go this is work on some of my head according you know that's the that's the best way to write in my opinion so it comes from I got on stage as oppose when you sit down and you're actually intentionally trying to be provocative right and I mean yeah so comes from the gods right but yeah this so if you are I watched I was like but yeah right you are turning it up for come come for comedic sense but it is an attention yes there is there is a fifty seven a white guy in the comedy world you gonna scream louder than everybody I'm so sick in here I laughed when I hear a female comedians gay committees black means talking how politically correct that how comedies road political correctness was created to shut up guys like me there's no black comic who got in trouble for making fun of white people are gay comic making fun of straight people they don't get in trouble for that it was created a came about this check guys like me up and I'm not gonna shut up I I need the money I get a doctor racks I go to work we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back you I I warn you this is it is this isn't anything that you have if you remember people like Richard Pryor you've seen this you just haven't seen this in twenty years somebody who has the balls to say what everybody says don't say that whatever you do don't say that he says it he says that you talk about me a drop the he was the best my favorite president I'm not getting.

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"patrice oneal" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"patrice oneal" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is this much of a tight rope Walker on my show in this particular atmosphere because this could be the last hour of my career however I know him he's funny I've respected him for a very long time he's a fan of the show and so I don't think he has an agenda to end my career and even though I think you're suicidal suicidal nicht Apollo is with us he's a comedian in a he has a new comedy special outs called a breath of fresh air and it will it I mean it is a breath of fresh air because you're saying things that nobody in their right mind says anymore yeah although you will be gasping for air a few times eight because it's laugh out belly laugh the comedy but also because there are times you're like Nick what do you do you what do you say well that's what you do in Hollywood turned your back on your twenty years ago you know I mean we don't get to lose it this past but this is how I always did it after my second open Michael somebody came up to me and this is nineteen eighty eight and set your politically incorrect you're you're the you're the few that's where it's going and I remember saying the guy I think it's gonna get a lot worse but I had no idea we're gonna get to this point in August I can say is a girl and a girl I mean this is all that come nobody saw that so why and and I like how you said about the rope burning consequence that I'm the only guy the burns bridges on standing on a it up perfectly you are somebody like you you won an Emmy for nominated twice working for Chris rock yeah so I'm not a racist **** finally Chris although the comedy that you're doing right now you could say the same thing about Chris rock when he was going after people you could have said the same thing but you the well the the comedy that you're writing now and you're performing is dangerous because it is exactly what everybody says if you're misogynist your racist you're a sex or whatever it is right all the yes you body all of them in this special to be the next specialist yes yeah I we're in we're times I don't know how to do it I don't I don't watch and maybe this is bad I but I I don't watch on the comics and I watch specials yeah because I keep hearing nobody's doing what you're doing yet nine years so I have to say well they don't know what they're thinking from the gun and then everyone's well catch a glimpse of a stand here I'll go to the comedy cellar where I developed this that's the other thing I developed this act you know on the campus of and why you know the comedy sellers on the campus of and why you right so I have a lot of people and how do you are you still performing their fight often I moved to this is what I know I was it I moved to Georgia couple months ago you move your living well I was living west I was looking for miles from Hillary Clinton's house home like and everybody up there that is as low as it gets Westchester county New York and I'll be in a dentist's waiting room and and hear people bad mouth and prompt and stuff and and then I started getting paranoid you know if if somebody at the grocery store was taking too long to help me I go there Mrs some especially hate of my dentist doesn't call me back ago this guy's a live I was not yeah and I said look here right and and it was actually affecting me you know no I wouldn't get back to us or or whatever yeah I you know I I swear to god I hate my Paul they know who I am up there a little bit I was in New York for years right so I picked up and you know move to a and that's why does purple St George that's when yeah I know that's what your taxes right now because I mean part of it was cool and walking down the street people throwing things out of every five minutes and then you come to Texas in at least at least they're not throwing thing throwing things at me because yeah for real reasons your really yeah I mean I'm still under the radar I I we're as a badge of courage that Facebook is taken down my ads now and and I where the badge of courage that they finally I would be get insulted of the sand Hey why is you know I did think that what's in your comedy special I did think Stephen Crowder or whoever McGuinness some like what what I I've been spewing this stuff with a market like this guy's going to work the time in nineteen sixty eight or whatever and and you know we're going his a thing when I do raise sort racial it's racial it's not racist it's racial stuff I I am in this is the true that Madonna's thirty years I've had maybe four black people get upset with me as opposed to the seven hundred fifty thousand young white kids yes you know I mean yes what people come up and go we love your honesty me Patrice Oneal when on that show tough crowd we sort of open that we got away with murder on will come up to me black people mistreated and I love what you three still and because it's just honesty you know and if you got it yet but you can do comedy and it's because I was gonna say you got to be entertaining yeah you don't get preachy yeah I want to turn it's Jeanine Graf allow this fall off that you know yeah yeah yeah I like action people believe a lot I I I'm a friend of Jim he's but are you still detaining do you still have friends because comedy the comedians have become worthless they're really worth buying lists and worth they really are it's you know tell me Gallagher is worthless they're all like that now if they're not preachers yeah you know everything is right I mean they're going for applause they're going for those lines they can you know yeah yeah I call it clap after they're just going laughter laughter you know that yeah well it's like watching the debate every time they just spell out these platitudes everybody should have new shows it's yeah I just I just do what I do and yeah but like we bring up Louis like you know he can go back to the comedy cellar on night city pop said these women female comics who say I don't want to work there is there a night so they don't know what they're doing for a living number one those that that's the definition of a hack your comic I love that what I do for a living is at ground zero of this first amendment thing right now it's not musicians it's comics only at is you know yeah I love that I really think that you are the closest thing that we have to Lenny Bruce today because we are now the underground we're the counter culture yes we are and and Lenny Bruce was intentionally pushing every button he could write to show people wake up what the hell is happening wake up and I watch your special and if you are intelligent you know that's exactly what you're doing because ice ice you you say stuff that's really really funny and really over the line in you know it's you're not a robot for that you know that well I I I right on stage so I don't sit down the notebook anymore we do when you first start out and you go this is work on some of my head recorded you know that's the that's the best way to write in my opinion so it comes from I got on stage as oppose when you sit down and you're actually intentionally trying to be provocative right and I mean yeah so comes from the gut right but yeah this so if you are I watched I was like but yeah right you are turning it up for come come for comedic sense but it is an attention yes there is a as a fifty seven a white guy in the comedy world you gonna scream louder than everybody I'm so sick in here I laughed when I hear a female comedians gay committees black images talking how politically correct that how comedies road political correctness was created to shut up guys like me there's no black comic who got in trouble making fun of white people are gay comic making fun of straight people they don't get in trouble for that it was created a came about to shut guys like me up and I'm not gonna shut up I I need the money I get a dog racks I got to work all right we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back you I I warn you this is it is this isn't anything that you have if you remember people like Richard Pryor you've seen this you just haven't seen this in twenty years somebody who has the balls to say what everybody says don't say that whatever you do don't say that he says it he says that you talk about me a trump the one of the best my favorite president I'm not.

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"The world thank you thank you for the compliments while in town we don't you look like you could use that thank you what's wrong little bear he looked down no I we have brie and in the booth and we are continuing to talk to comedian all these all tan who has a new CD called happy to be here and we're happy to have you here all that is very small Vegas on for the without doing a joke on air yeah happy to be here what what is what what made my inspiration because I'm lonely having a beer man it's like the the paper of the album cover is actually my paperwork my immigration paperwork and then the the the the the happy to be here part is on the visa my exit visa when I came through from Yemen but I've lived in Ethiopia and the exit visa from Ethiopia to America is the part that says happy to be here it's a cool album cover that I worked on with my lady friend and she did a great job with that so yeah the just the the whole point is I'm happy to be here as a person I am also happy to be in America and not to be at war in Yemen so get that that would make me happy there are so you are you are a Muslim comedian out and says comedian Muslim I'm a comedian the and I'm in a so at like at the it's a weird thing the quality I mean I either nobody calls ham Christian comedian well does anyone I don't gray what I meant you know you just call my guy yes Sir so I know I wouldn't say I'm a Muslim greeting out in like this sad fit the definition of a Muslim either in I mean I was raised that way but I've ever since the bacon incidents been the mental L. parted ways kind of you know yeah yeah more or maybe a culturally but to what end to a million on I'm I'm not practice and I'm not praying five times a day I don't really fast I drink bacon is not big enough I want to them is gonna live my life man is that it does your upbringing and then really in particular your faith upbringing influencer comedy at all or not not really hot and how in which way your bill almost a small E. you talked about how old you do the podcast with your mom the air and then I'm wondering how much of your humor kind of comes from how you grew up very early the the malls and mores of growing up in a traditional house all day is there any comedies the is there any yeah you explore explore your life you don't explore the the the things you grew up around the people around you this you know religion is a factor real talk about it right of course yeah definitely will influence you at like religion is such a huge thing people annoy you faith as but I'm sure insulin Susie you and a day to day basis maybe whether or not or not yeah I say I'm sure it's there and I don't think it's like that by itself it's funny but you know those he'll humor ever what do you kind of draw your comedic inspiration real life soft man personal things talk about my family talk about the story is that Scott a stick in my head you know if I if I if I have a reoccurring thought that usually is something worth exploring and I mean of whether it's an observation or story that happened and if it makes me laugh I'm gonna try to you know you know get the audience to laugh with me yeah on it that's kind of the thing this is a this this radio thing is again very serious and you got this look in your eyes it's wild fall in love that's what it is the wildest look in your eyes grow no it's good what it is like if it's starting to feel like inside the actors studio I've ever seen yeah what makes you tick I'm James Lipton staff sergeants love those guys if I was if I were to buy a comedic album I would want to know you and I you and when I went back like a like a you know me like a little background checks that's what this would only make sure we're his certified American I am mags are from ice yeah that that breach of the course yeah but you you talked about you know you know happy to be here and the CD in the CD cover and all that you know what what were you I mean so much of what is is part of the the national discussion right now is about immigration yeah legal and otherwise what was kind of your your path to citizenship I was a long one man I started would the a mother's redeem to get her kids IBM and because she first saw the future and it's unpleasant and her life was in in danger and and so is ours and she decided to come to America and apply for asylum and that process took about three years for her and once she got her green card she was able to apply for me and my sister and I was in Ethiopia the whole time so it took me four years in Ethiopia are just waiting to to reunite with my mom and my sister was inside Arabia at the time and so yeah it took a long time and I know it's going to take that long we thought it might take a year year and a half so those like four years of separation and then I got to America about fish I like fourteen fifteen and then from then it took me about three or five years ago my green card and then after that another five years ago my citizenship sought and become a citizen till ten years the and you know by then I've like when the high school where you know that you know of lives like half of my life here yeah to answer the question yes how difficult was it you know with with I mean what with you being in Yemen in your scissors and Saudi Arabia were you staying with house anything were you with family or I was a mom on the whole thing Montel is in a if you are pure she is she was used to be in Yemen before that and also her life was in jeopardy so sure it's a fully and stay in if you appear we're also with Europeans are my grandmother is if you have been so we had some family there so we started all over there so you know what's it like walking into an American junior high or high school with it with the the limited limited about English that you had a yeah that was great I mean I I yeah I I came at fourteen fifteen in non English and also on adding a I stopped going to school after like fourth grade so I had to skip five six seven eight and then started ninth grade and a new language but you know the I was young enough to be a sponge and kinda like observed things quickly and I was fairly intelligent so took me about a year to just getting acclimated to the language and then adapt to no one in your name agreeing to you tend to learn that that quickly in a more of delight as the kids have to go from place to place and adapt to new calls as I was already in Ethiopia learning a new language there learn in new culture as well so it was something that is scary ad sos into bad you do quite a bit of political humor you do not really politics bore me yeah in and that's kind of like hack because the you know like what am I going to say that the daily show as an error all these other news outlets you know I mean it's kind of like a tired and also people are exhausted by politics specifically trump and if you bring that on stage if there's just a sense of a and R. of like we want to skip this whole thing yeah that's one thing that that it you know as a guy doing comedy people ours and all you know you must be talking about the capital all the time and I you know I almost never talk about it now one because just like Ali said politics right now isn't very funny stuff funny and inspire some more so you know I mean it's everywhere no it will never been as involved as we have since I've lived in America and politics Malek bush days were fine and I mean they're making fun of bush everybody love that stuff but now you bring up the trump saying it brings up like the feelings from the election and brings up this we'll we are division this happening yeah both houses all sired there'd be had from both sides right size the their Dern goes all sizes co exist whatever like it or not you know everybody has an uncle who's an an opposing view of their of their arms of themselves politically and so happy that so like it brings that feeling of brings things given a brings then use it brings everything that you want to escape and you know I don't so I love to have like a cool angle about something now I would and they are the funniest thing I've ever heard as somebody said for our was better the joke was on Tom doesn't look like a guy who initiates music like it like is not the type of guy who goes in a party goes Hey we should that we should play some music and I have that just made me laugh like that type of stuff I I would say is worth about yeah politics is gonna well and it it yeah I think it was Norma Donald you said polls trump has elevated a bunch of really bad pot really bad comedians because they'll normally go out there yeah there's an audience right that doesn't see humor from their comedians anymore but seeks moral guidance and and I'm holding on you know I are making you feel better about yourself purchasing yeah signaling on a virtual signal is the thing I mean that's a fad that's one of the newest as in and there's always a fad going on in comedy at one point I was shock value stuff you know yeah gather your guys we just use you know like you know and G. topics and just say shot things and that was a thing for like a year or two and then it went away now it's on the opposing and this like the pendulum swings back to let's be you know speed us to the right thing was to be morally you know absolute about stuff and can alternately it's the I mean it a young the audience tell you whether it's funny if it's not funny they're not gonna laugh at it just because they agree with you I get a couple who is but you know that yeah that they're there I think audiences are looking for an escape from all the ugliness that they see on TV and on the radio yeah for sure the period of comedy where the guy took that hammer and smashed out of non Gallagher as one of my influences about that did anybody really like that well there's a big deal back in the day man that he was selling out shows man is doing something I mean the I mean what it is is you know it's shared experience and now you know yeah no one's saying well you know I like culture because I also like to crush watermelon I mean honestly you wouldn't you want to believe as you do that's not how you know your inspiration I mean I started that way and that was what I was getting expensive in a lot of water what what amounts alone was a lot more money than anything but yeah I feel like you would go just Serbia to laugh at it you know I mean I like I would love to set up front and be and and have watermelon sprayed on me just as I got memories are you know I mean I don't feel like there when they want to see Gallagher for the arts you mentioned a couple times a couple of different people were your comedic inspiration I and Norma dollars in my top five alive normal who is your top who's your top three maybe I'll say Chapelle Patrice Oneal norm macdonald and ago form five say Maria Bamford is very funny and original and so we are system here and then five Ellis a open it's open it could be neighbor dot CA could be Chris rock and could be anyone sure so we are gonna head to break here but I want to make sure that we once again let people know where they can find you and and find your CD I happen to be here yep it's gonna be on iTunes Spotify apple music on SiriusXM so if you have that at sun life USA and Yemen your dad me tonight I am an act me all we can to that to Saturday me in fella named Greg Coleman I'll be featured from some testing well Ali thank you so much for.

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