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"patton" Discussed on The Big Picture
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"patton" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Presidents, in other words, people who want your money, your time, and your dignity. Nightmare alley uses a bygone period when traveling carnivals could be the load star of your movie, and del toro has mounted this gorgeous old school production to say a little something about our very dumb culture right now. And like I said, I've been looking for a chance to dig into the film and my favorite films noir for a few months, so let's dig deeper now on this movie in why it works. I'm very happy to have a great fan of the genre of noir and del toro and one of my favorite stand up comics on the show. It's Patton Oswalt. Patton Oswalt. How are you Patton? I'm good. How are you doing, man? I'm good, man. I was just telling you that I wanted to talk to you about this because I was revisiting your book, silver screen, which I loved, which came out. How many years ago was that 5 or 6 years ago? More now? Yeah, probably, I mean, it came out in 2012 or 2013. Maybe almost ten years ago now that I think about it. Almost ten years ago, amazing. Okay, so this book, which is kind of a memoir of a time in your life when you were spending a lot of time going to the movies. And you do something in that book that I also do, which is you log all the movies you're watching, you create a kind of calendar, which I love doing that, and I know that you do too. Do you still do that? Do you still track everything you watch? I still do. I still track things and sometimes at the end of the year, it's a sobering.
Macron Moves Into Final Two of Presidential Race
"Macron managed to make it through to the final two against marine le pen in the French runoff. The result of Sunday's vote, according to the Financial Times, the le pen is closer than ever to winning power for the right in France, emulating the nationalist victories of Donald Trump in 2016 and Brexit in the UK 6 years ago. I don't know other than the fact that people just don't like Macron. All right, so that a poll of 1500 people show you had 52 to 48. Within the margin of air. And that would be stunning if le Patton, who began on the far right like her father in his move more towards the middle, previously supported Putin doesn't support Putin now. It would be a shock to the system if le pen wins, that that might shock Germany into consciousness as well.
What Is the Ultimate Virtue According to Aristotle?
"Virtue that is seemingly absent? That is so hard to find. In today's time so if you list the virtues, according to Aristotle, they have a hierarchy. If you list the virtues, they, in some ways, are separate, but others touch each other. So Aristotle would say the virtues would be that of benevolence. Spiritedness, friendliness, wittiness, truthfulness. Being generous, temperate, but the virtue that Aristotle said is the ultimate virtue because it touches all the others. It's the first virtue. Is courage. So what is courage? What courage is doing the right thing, knowing your ends, knowing what you want, even though you do not know how it is going to work out. Courage is the right disposition towards pain. Courage as George S. Patton would say multiple times is the most necessary, yet absent characteristic in men. Now, in order to be courageous, you must have a good end in mind. If you don't have a good end, then your actions are actually not courageous. They're foolish. So for example, the warriors fighting for Vladimir Putin, they might exhibit something that would be categorized by the Russian government as courageous, but we would say it's foolish. You're fighting for a foolish cause you're invading a sovereign country for land and for treasure. That's not courage. In order to have something be courageous, it's not just having the right disposition towards pain, it's not just doing the thing that needs to be done when you don't know how it's going to work out, but you must have the proper end in mind. You must be fighting for the good. It
Putin Outaged as Ukraine Acquires More Weaponry
"He's more than happy to invade a weaker neighbor That doesn't have the weaponry that he does But if that neighbor dares to try and acquire old MiG 29s old May 29th just to have a fighting shot at it you'd threatens Oh no we can't do that In other words this guy he couldn't win a fair fight of his life depended on it The Russian economy is basically a third world economy It's not a diverse economy He's run it into the ground He stolen from his people blind absolutely blind He's a multibillionaire as hard the oligarchs like kiss his ass And the Ukrainian journal you can't give them MiG 29s These older fighter jets what would happen to us By the way I'm so sick of these phony retired lieutenant colonels who come on I like the good ones It's the phony ones Who go on there and are as stupid as hell Yes plain stupid Just unbelievable I can't even believe they reached the rank of lieutenant colonel Some of these people Putin didn't attack Ukraine because Ukraine wanted to be part of NATO Reed what he wrote last summer Like Patton said about Rama when he was defeating him in North Africa I read your damn book read what he wrote
China Censors Ukraine; Surgeon General Censors COVID 'Misinformation'
"I told you before the break how I got an email from the email morning blast from axios this morning and they're one big thing story was China's censors Ukraine Apparently the Chinese government doesn't want any pro Ukrainian messages getting out there because they're tyrants and they want to make you to believe we want to make you believe that there's this large and growing support for Russia and that the Ukrainians are evil awful people for fighting for their freedom So they're censoring it Which I thought is super weird Because the Surgeon General of the United States just did the exact same thing with regards to COVID policy here and yet people like axios the cat lady Politico and others never seemed to make the connection The Surgeon General of the United States in name only the sagano Vivek Murthy had just put out an edict demanding that big tech companies produce to him He's the Surgeon General He's not George Patton like a four star general or 5 surgeon He is a Surgeon General And he's demanding big tech companies produce them information about COVID misinformation online And when they say misinformation what they mean is anything that doesn't align 100% with their already false narratives about COVID
Trump Was Right About the Pipeline
"I want to play for you a 2018 statement by Donald Trump. Now, yesterday, president Trump did himself no favors by being ambiguous about the malign nature of Putin. I know he believes that. I know that. I've talked to him about it, but his statement yesterday made it sound like he admires Putin in buddy, I think he was trying to be the admiring Putin the way that George C. Scott playing Patton admired Rommel you magnificent blank. I read your book. Here's president Trump when he's president in July of 2018 at the NATO summit, cut 28. Well, I have to say, I think it's very sad when Germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with Russia where you're supposed to be guarding against Russia and Germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to Russia. So we're protecting Germany. We're protecting France. We're protecting all of these countries. And then numerous of the countries go out and make a pipeline deal with Russia where they're paying billions of dollars into the coffers of Russia.
Trump Calls Putin a 'Genius'
"Jake, what do you think about the attempt to jump on president Trump's at best in artful statement at worst downright dumb statement about Putin? I think he was trying to do the George C. Scott in Patton moment, Rommel magnificent blank, I read your book, meaning to your an evil son of a gun, but we're just going to recognize that the malevolent genius at work here. And instead, Democrats are running up and down, and of course some of the cable channels are trying to, I just think they're crazy to try and make Trump the story when Putin's in Beijing Russian, invading Russia. What do you think? So I disagree with you respectfully. I actually don't, I mean, I don't know. I'm not a Trump ologist like many of my colleagues in the press are. But I do think that there is something to be said about, I mean, it was a ridiculous statement. I think it was a downright stupid statement. I think it was absurd. And I don't know how you explain that away. I get that make what you're saying makes a modicum of sense, but I think he's saying that I just think it's a naive statement. That's that. I can't read the guy's mind. But you know, I mean, listen, when things aren't going right for you, make the other guy the boogeyman. That's how it works. And in this case, in my estimation, he's a pretty easy and convenient boogeyman and it reads true.
How Socialism Is Creeping Into Military Education With Robert Wilkie
"Lots of stuff to discuss. First things first, I need your response to the event I discussed in the monologue, a French professor Thomas piketty, who wrote the book time for socialism, okay? Is being invited to speak on our taxpayer dime at the Eisenhower school for national security and resource strategy at the national defense university where I served for 5 and a half years to do the following to discuss how a Western countries must stop their arrogance and must instead promote an emancipatory egalitarian global policy of democratic post colonial socialism. Now, I have no issues. If they want to do that in Harvard, if they want to do that in Yale, but this is the highest institution of JPM E military education in the Defense Department and it's paid for by you and me and all our listeners. And it's creeping into every level of military education. We already know what the chairman of the joint chiefs has said in testimony about courses at West Point and what he believes is happening to the military. We're not studying Patton or slim, great British marshal. We are studying this nonsense a socialist from a country that has produced one military disaster after another, the last battle they won was the battle of austerlitz in 1804.
Banged-up Colts shrug off injuries, beat Cardinals 22-16
"The the cold cold solidified solidified their their grip grip on on any any of of C. C. playoff playoff berth berth by by beating beating the the cardinals cardinals twenty twenty two two sixteen sixteen in in the the third third straight straight women women six six in in its its last last seven seven games games with with kids kids by by Jonathan Jonathan Taylor Taylor rushed rushed for for one one hundred hundred yards yards the the ninth ninth time time is is exceeded exceeded one one hundred hundred yards yards this this season season and and Carson Carson Wentz Wentz who who threw threw two two touchdown touchdown passes passes the the colts colts were were down down thirteen thirteen twelve twelve in in the the final final seconds seconds of of the the third third quarter quarter Michael Michael Badgley Badgley field field goal goal gave gave them them a a fifteen fifteen thirteen thirteen lead lead once once then then added added some some breathing breathing room room with with a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the dozen dozen Patton Patton with with under under seven seven minutes minutes to to play play for for the the ultimate ultimate margin margin of of victory victory I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam
Drivers playing video games? US is looking into Tesla case
"National national highway highway traffic traffic safety safety administration administration about about the the ability ability to to play play video video games games while while driving driving a a Tesla Tesla Tesla Tesla owner owner Vince Vince Patton Patton in in Oregon Oregon Saul Saul YouTube YouTube video video about about playing playing video video games games on on Tesla's Tesla's big big touch touch screen screen dashboard dashboard I I was was dumbfounded dumbfounded by by that that got got in in his his test test looks looks and and checked checked it it out out skyforce skyforce volatile volatile pia pia and and solitaire solitaire all all seem seem to to be be usable usable while while you're you're driving driving something something does does pop pop up up on on the the screen screen before before you you can can play play use use of of Tessler Tessler cage cage while while the the vehicle vehicle is is in in motion motion is is only only for for passengers passengers please please check check local local laws laws prop prop prior prior
Bill O'Reilly Describes the Radical Left's War on American History
"It seems that the American people remain in a place where they want you could call it common sense, but they just want real results for themselves and it's been an obviously very turbulent and chaotic last couple of years. There's also this massive war on American history, which I do want to get your thoughts on. You wrote a phenomenal book killing Lincoln, killing Patton, the whole series is incredible. What is your personal opinion or your analysis of when you start to see public high schools in San Francisco renaming schools that have Abraham Lincoln on it? Where do you rank the kind of deletion of American history on the hierarchy of things we should be concerned about? So what happened was this once the progressive left, the far left elements who want to destroy the fabric of traditional America. Once they realized that the corporate media was going to enable them. And that became clear after the George Floyd situation. So once the progressive left said, we can take this to the limit to quote the eagles. And nobody's going to criticize us in the mainstream media with the exception of Fox and a few of the conservative outlets, talk radio. So we can run wild. So what we're going to do is we're going to brand all the founding fathers, all of the Titans of American history as racist, who do Abraham Lincoln. They're all races white supremacists and they exploited people of color and that's what America is built upon. I'm not built upon freedom, not built upon pursuit of happiness. It's built upon racism.
"patton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Not made with age vanilla or much real vanilla at all Instead the sodas are made with a synthetic vanilla flavoring So he sued I think there is some merit to his work This is Bonnie Patton executive director of a consumer advocacy group called truth in advertising She says though she doesn't think class action lawsuits are the best way to change things For one they usually end with a judge dismissing the case or with the settlement agreement Companies often get away without changing much at all and consumers end up with next to nothing which she hand acknowledges In these types of cases you know the money that they get back is they're not going to be able to retire over But you know nonetheless sometimes people may get back down 5 ten $20 Dozens of his cases this year have ended in what's called a voluntary dismissal which usually means there was a settlement Bonny Patton says settlements can be lucrative for one party in particular Generally the plaintiff's attorney will be taking home between 25 and 33% Ultimately she hand and patent both say they have the same goal They want consumers to be misled less You know who wants to be misled Why isn't the standard that you've got to be upfront with consumers that you need to tell them the truth Which means it's a good thing in her book Becky Sullivan in PR news Time now for StoryCorps In 2014 Alexander Lando sat down with StoryCorps to share his story about being beaten by police in Denver I was.
"patton" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"A few months ago, I had really bad insomnia. Didn't sleep for four days, and it was freaking out. And slept so I went to my shrink and he said, well, look, I will give you four ambien. Before ambient, or reset your clock, you'll be fine, but they're addictive. I don't want to give you too many. So here's your four. And it worked. It gave me four ambient. Then I went back to Virginia to visit my parents and my mom said, oh, you just flew in from the West Coast. You bet you're pretty jet lag. Do you want an ambien? I do have yes. You have ambient. I have an ambien. And she brought out a pill bottle, the size of a police flashlight. This thing, it was huge and it was and it wasn't just ambient. It was ambien Vicodin. It was this whole trail mix of it was a whoops all crunch berry is assortment of oxycontins and wow. Holy, and she digs in the anime and hear you. I think this is an ambient. I'm like, okay. What the hell? And then I realized, if I go to a doctor I need some pills. They're like, well, you're 46. You have a couple of productive decades in you. We got it. We gotta be careful. My mom is at the age where she goes to the doctor, hey, I can't sleep. Well, here's enough ambient to your dead. How about that? Sail away, no reason to come back. How about a big hollow M and M's candy cane, full of. Full of Vicodin. Festive yay. Look at that. If I want if I want three Vicodin, I have to do the coffee is for closer speech from the beginning of glengarry Glen Ross to my doctor. And I got to nail it. Maybe I'll get pretty vico out of the guy. If my mom wants a dump truck a Vicodin, here's what she has to do. Pay close attention. Here grab a scoop, go to our bulk section. See if there's anything in there. Is this Oxy locally sourced? Okay, that's nice. Delightful. If you make it past 70 in this country, you are invited to a pill party that would bring Bob Fosse back to life and then kill him again. That is how many pills you are given. It is amazing. Hey, are your parents still alive? Are you guys not talking fucking make up with them? Make up with them and go through their just an hour going through their couch cushions. Your parents, your parents hiding in the cushions of their couch is another Coachella. It's just sitting there waiting to be found. Make up with your mom and dad, get the pills, but the pills in the will, mom and dad. Give the house to a white power organ. I don't give a shit. But the pills in the will. I want the pills. Watch Patton Oswalt. Talking for clapping, only on Netflix..
Jay-Z, Foo Fighters welcomed into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
"The rock and roll hall of fame will welcome a new class of inductees on Saturday I marches are a letter with a preview Todd Rundgren is not expected to attend his induction into the rock and roll hall of fame in Cleveland he will play a concert in Cincinnati that night the other inductees in the performers category are Tina Turner Carole King the go go's JZ and foo fighters on for Charley Patton and Gil Scott heron will be inducted as early influencers LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be inducted for musical excellence the ceremony will be taped and shown on HBO on November
Do We Really Need an International Pronouns Day?
"Did you know today according to the Department of State? Is international pronouns day? That's right. The Department of State has come out and they've said today on international pronouns day, we share why many people list their pronouns on their email and social media profiles. The branch of diplomacy for the federal government of the United States is on share dot America dot gov says why do so many Americans list pronouns on social media profiles? This is the concern of your government. In the United States, it's becoming increasingly common for people to share their pronouns. Third person personal pronouns are used to describe a person or people in American English grammar as the subject or the object of the possessive. These pronouns include the gender neutral they them theirs, words that traditionally refer to a plural number, but today are used by some individuals who identify as gender non binary. We must be pronoun proficient share America dot gov has during his first few days in office, President Biden has threatened executive order to prevent discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. I know what you're thinking that China's getting really worried about us. Let's put up the picture of our new four star admiral. Who's known as Rachel, this picture of this killer. You know what? This makes general Patton look like child's play. Four star admiral, and so here we have the Department of State, not worrying about Americans being stranded overseas, not worried about the $85 billion in weapons that we give to the Taliban. Not worried about China about to take Taiwan. No, no, but instead, they are worried about national international pronoun, I see. So today's international pronoun day in case any of
McCartney, Swift to induct new members into rock hall
"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced some of the details on the induction ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth our margins are a letter with the latest Angela Bassett simply Tina Turner in the film what's love got to do with it will give the speech inducting Turner into the rock hall Paul McCartney will induct the foo fighters into the hall Taylor swift will honor Carole King well drew Barrymore will induct the go-go's Todd Rundgren and JZ also will be inducted along with craftwork Charley Patton Gil Scott heron LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes the rock call is not yet revealed who will induct those acts
"patton" Discussed on E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"And he was like a natural athlete. Everything he did is because he busted his ass and he cannot stand that being the best he almost plays. He almost got a medal. Ucf yup and they said the last stretch was the run and he ran so hard he got to the finish line and he actually collapsed in oregon members. His dad running down to the coach. Saying is the boy gonna live. Is the boy gonna live. I mean he was fit that a forty two right. So i mean he. You know the the world athletic realm. You know what i mean. That's that's pretty good. Damn good down for for somebody. Who's you know again. This was three years after he graduates. So he's been in the army and the army didn't have a you know a an athlete. Or what did they. What do they call that. There's a a warrior athlete program. Now right they obviously nineteen. They didn't have that so they just kind of like hate you too okay. We need somebody go olympics when you happen to the hop on the train and take a ride for right exactly and i said no time to prepare. Most of these athletes train all year are joined from one one olympics to the next their training nephews. The world world's worlds first all in told olympian Told him. I'm sure there's got to be more folks. You know what i mean. You gotta fill the ranks. You're you know you just grab the some army knuckle drager go win something to just run. Yeah unfortunately i don't think justice go so he finally gets through that and he finally sees his first action. Second lieutenant look. I think it's still a second lieutenant george. Patton we talk about the mexican revolution. So pancho villa raise inhale attacked columbus new mexico so it was him. He was like a rebellion those before the people. Maybe i don't i don't know a lot about poncho. Annoy rose a lotta. He raised some hail back in the day so it was him and pershing general.
"patton" Discussed on E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"Caught him georgie. He was doing georgia. Got with georgia walnut. That's not a very strong. I mean george patton is strong. And georgie even talked to his family when he was ribs georgia in two star general. Georgy his family but he did at that appointment to west point but he worked his ass off no doubt yes so he while he was via my and like he his getting to westwood starts. Vm academically was was garbage. So get him. Getting into west. Point was pretty surprising. Anyway or the fact that he was able to make that transition and get that appointment It was his military drill that kind of set him aside from everybody else. Did the guy. Right off gecko was tactically proficient and that was like i said earlier it was kind of his happy place but again the academic senate of kicking his ass he had to do his freshman year they called their plea beer twice on it know that yeah so he had to repeat his his first year which is pretty crazy because if you i mean obviously different time and and whatnot different class structure now but generally if you you bomb out your your plea beer your first year at west point you. You don't get a second chance at that these days. You pack your shit and go home. But he gave them a second chance because he was so favored in his family. So predominant will. The guy was an athlete. And there's there's another funny connection Athletes get officially athletes to get no special treatment at a real life. Yeah i think. I have to say that for legal reasons but anyway but but no so he. He played football track and field which became a big thing for him Later on after he graduated and then fencing Was a big thing so he three sports that he excelled in and and was great. So i think that the athletic prowess kinda made up for or help. Some of his folks turn a blind eye to the fact that he kinda sucked academically. The guy did end up graduating forty six out of one hundred hundred three. I think it was the total number. So he you know he's so he's above fifty percent ready made mid above center mass which is good. He wasn't the goat Which the goat is not a good thing. It was point. The goat is like the very blast ranked first in the class like they could have been one. Oh two i mean and not been the. It's a great in the naval academy called. Assing anchorman or something like that. The guy that did the worst in the class graduating class cool that every military institution has their own nickname for the the dumbest do niclas. Yesterday she call the dumb student in the class. Sir ver- appoint seventies well. Let's get in so he graduated. West point forty six to three so above fifty percent so he didn't total fail and he did pretty good for god. That had probably some learning disabilities socially so he due to his athletic prowess olympic discern. So he was in the nineteen twelve leganes in sweden and What was the was a competition he went in. He competed competed in the pentathlon. The modern pentathlon right which consisted of what fencing It was it. Running fencing is so it's like four or five events like we as mix events rasmi five eight. So i'm thinking right now fancying pistols shooting running swimming. I can't remember the last one of top of my head. But he had too.
There Is a Dearth of Courage in America Unlike Ever Before
"All of you are can play a part and will play a part in what is missing most in this country and so obviously were missing lots of things right now in our country or missing president. You know we're missing integrity truth but the thing that is missing all of you are playing a role in fixing every single day is courage. Courage is lacking in our country. Unlike any other time that i personally have seen an honestly in the last sixty years and the reason why courage is lacking is because so many people are afraid to do. What they know is the right thing. Because they're afraid of the downside georgia's patton who is one of the greatest men ever to live said. Moral courage is the most necessary yet. Absent characteristic and men now every single person here. Tonight is here on a friday night where you could be doing something else because you understand that. The country's falling apart quickly you're losing the nation at you once understood that you want to be part of and you want to do something about it but all of you here as a young conservative. You understand that this comes at a price and you're willing to do the right thing regardless of what that price might be. How many of you raise your hands for the adults to see. We'll be graded differently because you are a conservative in class. Yeah every single hand goes up and so what. You're willing to pay that price. You're willing to do the right thing. So here's what i do. I want to encourage all of you to start the speech that every single time. You're on these campuses. And you're starting a new chapter or your tabling or recruiting or doing voter registration. You're playing a role in doing the most important thing that we need to do. In our nation
Can You Hear the Screams of the People of Afghanistan Tonight?
"Now we have propaganda is in this country from the Defense Department to the state Department to the White House. Highly paid, Admiral Kirby. Nick Price, Jen, pus, AKI and others. And now generals who are part of the propaganda. Do you think George Patton or Omar Bradley or the top General George Marshall would leave American citizens and enemy territory under any circumstances or conditions? Including at the order. The commander in chief, No commander in chief has ever ordered any general To leave citizens behind. What about these Children and these women? What about the Afghan allies? The men who fought next to US firefight after firefight. What about the 80 to 100,000 s ivy visas granted special visas granted to Patriots, who fought side by side with Americans. Instead, we hear that the American citizens didn't act fast enough. Instead, we hear this was a massive success. Instead, we here we will use diplomacy. To deal with these Nazis. Instead, we hear we may in the future work with them against Isis as if they're different. It's the Taliban that allowed Al Qaeda to attack us on 9 11, the Taliban They have our equipment they have are people. They have our allies. They are going to threaten us. They're working with the Communist Chinese. They're working with Putin. They're working with the Iranians and listen to me. America. Can you hear the screams of the people of Afghanistan tonight?
President Trump Describes "The Greatest, Most Embarrassing Disaster We've Ever Witnessed in Our Country"
"Do you think that general patton was woke. I don't think so. What do you think by. Mike was you all. Don't think so. I don't think he was to woke. He was the exact opposite. You know what woke means. It means you're a loser. That was president trump in alabama at the weekend at a record-breaking rally and we honored to have my former boss with us here on national radio show america first across the country president trump. Welcome back. thank you very much. Mr president Let's start at the beginning How different was your approach to national security. There was no woke as a under the us military. When you a commander in chief talked to millions of lessons across the country about your plans for of ghanistan the conditions based withdrawal and what. We have witnessed the disaster. We've witnessed in the last three weeks. Maybe the greatest most embarrassing disaster we've ever witnessed in our country. The difference was Almost first of all it was the opposite. It was the exact opposite. We knocked out isis. When i took in when i took over isis was all over the middle east. We knocked out one hundred percent of the isis caliphate. I noticed now. They call it isis k. So you'll explain that but We knocked out one hundred percent of the isis caliphate. We took out Al-baghdadi the leader of isis. And you know what else and who else we took out. We took out plenty and we were in total control in terms of kabul and in terms of afghanistan. They weren't even close to us. We were going to get people. Because i believe in getting at twenty one years is enough and we were like a police force over there and they've got to take care of themselves and as you know better than anybody predicted as soon as we leave They would stop fighting and they were fighting for a lot of money. They were among the highest paid soldiers in the world. Paid for by the american taxpayer. So that's exactly what
"patton" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"You make more money. That's you can survive the first celebrity guests i had on this podcast was don frye. Who really who acts as well. He's pretty funny actually I think rob schneider of his films. When he came over he was limping and when he left to help Like i started crying. Because i'm emotional about stuff like that man of mine. He found the winners rules. Like right and it was also like before they knew i mean again. I still think. I would assume that steroids are still dangerous but they were there. There used in maybe a slightly smarter way now than they were back. Then i mean back then it feels like they. They were all making it up as they went along. So there was a lot of damage from those Tech when you talk early you know those interviews with early football players. They didn't have the protective. It's still horrible. What happens to football players. Now there's no to protect against that but really like the brutality of it must have been must have been unimaginable. I mean i'm a pittsburgh. Steeler fan does bother was friends with the owner every year. we'd get a game. You super bowl ball that they would you know autographed by the whole now. I would play with it. Those gotta be worth a hundred grand each right now but lost them all but i can imagine the steroids those guys. I think you're right. There were perria. What's this let's just take. Let's look if it'll stop my pain. So i can play tomorrow. I'll take this miami. I think it's literally just came down to that but let's just get me through each day. You see that documentary. About larry bird and magic johnson Near the end of larry bird's credit into bringing like a chiropractor just to basically get his back like back in place before each game he so wrapped his spine out because he would just play like it was always his last game and they would show. These huge tree attempted saves you crash on the ground. Slight like it was insane. I can't imagine what. I play a little bit of hockey just to have at that. I don't know about you. But i have to have one non comedy thing. I do too l. She sheet me from being insane. I think even at your level or any level is People are cool in our best. Wait a minute earl. you're blowing my mind here. Go down that road. What not all people are cooling this biz. Wait a minute. i mean. It shouldn't be that way. Like now. I was on the comedy central show roasts battle which was competitive roasting. All i wanted the judges on it. I was on season one. I don't think they could afford you on season one. I thought this was the greatest moment of my life is like i five on tv. This should i. Shouldn't i should be crying. I should be happy and it was a miserable experience low. Do it was like. Oh this business sucks are in some. Yeah well the business sucks depending on who you decide to hang out with you. There's i mean there are people that you can hang out with it. They are very competitive than they're insecure. And you can tell that. Wait a minute you forgot. I think somewhere along you've got the Forgot the fact that the lori martin points this out. If you're just making the minimal survival money is a comedian. You have won. You won you..
Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Is Purely Political
"You think this is what Donald Trump would do? Do you think that Ronald Reagan would do you have these generals going to the microphone? Not a damn one of them. Sounds like George Patton. Do they Well, you know, they have enough. You know, you have enough resources and well, we got enough and that this general, I don't know There's any big guy. He answers the question. I thought I don't even understand your answer. And then, the reporter said. I don't understand your answer. They do not have enough of what they need. As tough as they are. They're not tough enough to resign and they're not tough enough to say so. To a complete buffoon. As commander in chief. How is it that we know more than they do? Because it's common sense. How is it that we know you don't pull the military before you account for every single citizen because it's common sense. Didn't have enough resources. To maintain the Bagram airport to massive facility. It was housing. Hundreds, if not thousands of the Islamo Nazis. And they give it up. We had to make a choice. No, you didn't have to make a choice. Your commander and stupidity made you make a choice. Does everything he does is political. Let it go. I want to get out of Afghanistan and by God, I'm going to get out of Afghanistan. One out. So do tens of thousands of American citizens and they're stuck. They're stuck. We got 3300 out so far and how many are there? I don't know. And what are you gonna do about them? I don't know. How come the French and the Germans and the British or Sunday commandos out beyond the beyond the air, But I don't know. How many weapons of ours. Do they have? Humvees? Everything upgraded? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. We prepared for every contingency Well, guess what? Ladies and gentlemen when you surrender. There's a lot of things that happen that you may not anticipate, particularly when you surrender when you have thousands of American citizens behind enemy lines.
Biden "Does Not Recall" Military Advisors Telling Him to Keep 2,500 Troops
"Joe biden who is mental decline. Should be nowhere near the presidency. Gave an interview to george stephanopoulos and george stephanopoulos. Did pretty well give him a five out of ten considering. They're both part of the same kind of group. We'll start with this one. We'll start with seventy two with joe biden where he said you're military advisers. Did not tell you that we should keep two thousand five hundred troops. Joe biden says no. No one said that to me that i can recall overplaying memory games now joe biden is so what is your name. How long have you been president. Who is your child very basic questions. Ono generals made that recommendation even mark milley. Who is the male military version of robin dangelo. Even said himself that he made that recommendation. Play cut seventy two whole hell of a lot more troops. Your top military advisers warned against join on this time line. They wanted you to keep about twenty five hundred or no they didn't it was split. That wasn't true. I wasn't true so no no one told. Your military visors not tell you know we should just keep twenty five hundred troops. It's been a stable situation for the last several years we can do that. We can continue to do that. No no one said that to me that i can recall that i can recall even though that was said to him according to mark milley. Let me. Just say a side note. You look at mark million lloyd austin. I don't think either of them could pass a basic training test. Overweight generals tend not do. Well can we. Can we bring back. Georgia's patton douglas mccarthur. Dwight eisenhower real men. And there's a great quote by orwell people sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
"patton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Three brothers. One has passed away. One has become beyond right wing He was like a trump. is trump. Like these basically in off the grid weirdo. And then the other one is is like a gross trumper elliott. You think anyone of these people are listening to this. Because that's calling people out i would. I would be stunned if they owned computers. I would be stunned if these people that might. My dad has a sister who lives in arizona. Who time was going through. Some crazy stuff. And i just i don't know we we're we're not the odds vaults and runfola are not a close knit clan. Just sort of we we we. We spun and then we spread stick. Together is a very close knit family. Very very quick. So that's what i was gonna ask. What is that like pan. Did you start to find like myself. We like we like our parents but we're not like super close to them and we found more connection with our friends. Did with our families love my parents so close in but also my parents are at an age where it's hard for them to travel so i think them coming up for a wedding. Was there last clip out here. It was unspoken but like we're not doing this again. Y- live here and are so flipping cool and i'm with them. Basically every sunday and really alice's obsessed with them and yet we have a great this family affair it so foreign to me. I always like we all even when you were younger because you've started acting as a teen. I started when i was eight eight. Okay well honey. I imagine it was a very dramatic time a teen young actor. You're like running around going at his auditions. Did i get it did i. Not now. I gotta go be on set with these adults who might be creepy. But that's not for. I didn't feel like that. It didn't feel like that. It just felt lake like just you know some kids play soccer after school. Like i just wouldn't go to school. And i'd go to the set so it didn't feel like i still. I still had all my best friends. I still hung out with all the kids in my neighborhood. I still. it didn't feel. I don't know i handled it pretty well. My parents are normal people with real jobs and the real professional people and this was just something. I wanted to do that. They supported it. Wasn't it didn't feel crazy. It's also i assume normalized out here. Whereas like i grew up in pennsylvania and it's just like no. That's not a thing right here it's like. Yeah obviously this is a possibility and and probably an attainable possibility. If you're photogenic and have charisma you that much charisma but when you have it in spades. It's just given to you left. Yeah no it's you and your family you hang out every sunday you're like hanging out talking about life. I guess what now he's trying to get. What is it like not to have emotional damage handed down to you. Yeah yeah. I mean there's a little bit i mean a tiny tiny bit of like you know when you open the door when you're home from college and your mom gives you that look and they look means. Oh my god. You're so fucking fat. What happened to you and you say mom. I know what you're doing. And she goes what. I didn't say i know what you're saying. I didn't say anything. And you're like i know i'm fat. You don't have to tell me anything. You gave me the look very real very accurate but my mother would say it like. She's my mom would say at two but she'd also give you that horrible that set it all i know she's she's very much like she'll give a look and then just in case you weren't going what that look was you get fat and it's the best part is she likes the phrase things of the question as though she's giving you time to account for your failing and and then she says stuff like you know what i've been doing lately is walking and eating really healthy start saying things thinking that you'll like not what she's trying to say but actually be like. Oh that sounds like a great idea. Mind do that with you. Get some emotional damage. There's a little. oh wait meredith. you raised jewish. Yeah are you still jewish. Of course like go to temple. Jewish like or like me where i fast on yom kippur and that might be the limit i had. I went to temple. When i was little and i went to all my friends. Bombardments fezzan love them and my parents. We have passover at my parents house. But it's like funny passover because my dad is like i want to tell you what my dad is like but the examples i'm gonna use. Maybe aren't the best example but in the old days they used to be. My dad is a mixture of dr huxtable and chevy chase from caddyshack. He's not bill cosby right right. Yes and so. He's a jokester and we'd have bill cosby funny. Just jovial. they're fun they're fun. Guys all right anyway gone so we have passover but like it's a but we make we make it fun like know why this night do we leave the four questions. He did like the four questions from Monty python and the holy grail. He's like what is your favorite color yellow nobu that movie but he would just bill. Cosby's voice like deporting. Bob footing rudy as the only black person. I felt i should take it. Good okay totally pivoting away. Because i'm so curious because you let's talk about. I mean you joked about it. You know getting married at one hundred forty seven. It's my question of sort of like when you do when you do meet somebody older when you're like i am settled in like this is who i am. This is my routine. This is how i approach life. I imagine it's like you either. Click or you. Don't like for instance. I think andy and i we met in our early twenty my mid twenties like in new york. We're like what is comedy. Let's find a dream. We felt like we really kind of growing up together. Oh y'all were already grown. You know what i mean like. You had a shot was he was he was married. He had a child he'd done all that. And i still was living the life of a you know. A swinging. Single settled been married okay. So you're okay you're okay so tell me everything. Tell me how you knew as a grown woman. One hundred forty seven years young young and these streets. How did you because well first of all. I dated everyone on the planet. I i had so many fabulous crazy adventure boyfriends never anyone. You'd wanna bring home to your dad but definitely fun adventures. So i think i got all that craziness out of my system and then i was single for a really long time and i was always with my friends and their kids. And i'm like anti-american jordan era. I have like tons of kids in my life. That i'm obsessed with and i was super just loving my life and and then patent and i met well we we. We met over facebook on a text thread. A friend of ours invited us to dinner party and he didn't end up going but it was on a text thread with like twelve people and the day after. I was like great dinner party. Dude you miss the best fucking lasagna. And he happened to be online at the same time and we started deming each other back and forth and then continued that for like three months two hours every single night. So i got to know him. I wasn't like trying to date him. He wasn't trying to date me. We were just talking like real people and then we like fell in love and then it was all freaked out like what happens when i meet him in person. I'm probably not going to like him. Because i know me and i hate everybody and i met him and i was here so cute like was there a moment and also to questions you were both public personas. Yeah like you knew each other. I assume as public personas before you met you. We knew of each other. I mean it wasn't like we were a couple of connections friend. Wise on the outer orbits of our friend groups. But we didn't really know like i wasn't am i if you're sitting public persona a comedian. Who tells jokes. But it wasn't like i was being that you know not till recently have i gotten really personal. And you've never been that you're working. Actress like your. He means man. But you see somebody on camera you know them but truthfully no he hadn't really seen much of my stuff and i certainly hadn't seen much of his stuff only once..
"patton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Name is andy. And i am naomi. We're real life couple real life couple of comedians and on couples therapy. We answer a couple of different questions from a couple different listeners. Lou baby andy. It's good to be back at the mike. Eight at babe back in is good to be back in los angeles. there's a question mark. we're back in los angeles was just new york. Both of us were yundi. Both of us and mabel takes three. I gotta post like. I was the mabel takes manhattan. Because she did so much she wrote so many subways she loves. the subway. loves the subway listeners. You will not believe how excited when we would go down to the train onto the platform. You no matter. What train like the b. would come past. And we're waiting for the sea. And she would like the doors open and she would like run to it. And then you know once you get to the end of her leash obviously. She's not on the train and she looks back at me and she's like why are why aren't we train the trainers year. What is wrong with you. Guys i to get on the train with ninety percent of people wearing masks and ten percent assholes. I wanna get i tell you. There's one night where so obviously you know we're in new york. Whiled delta is surging. And i'm like freaking out going on the trains and there was this one night where like everyone on the car. It was such a nice ride. Everyone on the car had mass on. And then there's like twenty something dude. I think pretty drunk and high gets on talking loudly into his phone. And i give them stink guy which was my usual strategy was to give someone stink. I'd still a little bit. And then i would say three percent of the time they put on a mask okay but still three percent of the time the stink worked we locked eyes for so long and he just looked at me defiantly. He knew i was giving him the stink. Yeah and then he the doors close. He likes puts his back on the thing. So loud we talking into his phone it pulls out of eight just a like to say i'm gonna spread my breath. Even further. mabel was so excited to go on the train hammy. She loved it so wait. Why were we in new york. Well i was filming a set for season. Three of the net flicks. Standup show the standup. What can you believe thirty minutes of comedy by yours. Truly and i have to say it was pretty good. I will say because it really felt like really rushed. And i felt like almost out of body experience and it was just such a rush rush to like. I don't know it all happened so quickly but then i thought that i set. I connect it with a higher power. I locked in. I was present focused on the work. Can i just say so. I think when you said it was pretty good. I don't know if you're just being modest or self deprecating or what. Because i would say that was one of the best and i'm not just saying this because i'm your husband but it was one of the best standup sets i've ever seen. Oh wow thank you do that. I've been so a few like it. It was you came out. And i don't know if they're gonna keep this in their forty five seconds to a minute of the audience going crazy. Well sorry go on. No no no it was. It was wonderful. I think it's it's funny. Because i remember when i finished that i set. I was like yeah we got. That was guy was riding high and now here. We are a little while later or anything. I'm like i just hope it translates to television And then i was like i got a lot of applause breaks but were they laughing or were they just clapping. I want people to be laughing. But i'm gonna say this okay. It was a perfect evening because if nothing else to women in the front row of the first taping were wearing jubilo t shirts okay. Jubilee t. shirts t. shirts that we made to commemorate our love my art and our program. They were there. They were suited up and shown up and that was gorgeous. I had never felt more beautiful beautiful. There were there. Were actually a lot of this is funny because the first set was so few sive people were like. Oh you must have had a lot of friends there. That's not true. There was barely anyone we knew at that. I mean all the friends were at the second taping which was like a pretty good but not as like like crazy as that first aping so those were strangers. Naomi that were going crazy. How there's one person i met arden. Who is very nice. We love them. And i couldn't remember besides the two people the win the jubilee t shirts. In the one couple's therapy teed crew. Sorry if you don't know what. Qc is qc did show up okay. In person and also in spirit there was support from the qc via instagram gm. And i felt. I felt that i was on the wings of an angel bureau. Mean you listen being Everybody's my wings i. I was trying to seeing josh grope. Remember now he does so look for that. We'll talk more about this on the patriots on speaking the patriots. Oh yeah baby you could sign up for the patriot. 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"patton" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"But there's a lot of invasion. You went right to back. Well i have a gun. Exactly what if happened to us valid. I was sitting watching. Tv was probably like seven o'clock sky. Look kind of a crazy looking guy. Just walk through just opened. The door said i help you. And he said yeah. I'm just turning eight. And i'm like fun creed act together. Make put a long overcoat on a wire you work. I could be the dead person. But i'm also just sort of like this. Probably an explanation minded not look like he looked crazy and also to his to his his fault he instead of going. Oh i was sent here fire contract. He was like you know. Didn't say anything he he was real. Who are you. what are you doing here. And he's like a any takes out his phone and he starts scrolling through his phone. I'm like probably to snap a pick of the lady with the pink bat but also like when a crazy manson chick girl comes back with a baton is coming at. You just go. I bury the agree. Yeah when we watch let me hang on. Let me get my phone out. let's show do vallon. i watch where i'm just like. What's frazier i'm embarrassed. But we like watching frazier in the pandemic and we're still watching it and there's so many situations which is like just say say what is what is just go. Oh i know how this looks. But i'm actually looking for my and it's over but then the drama would be over so you guys are good for a podcast. 'cause you're bat. I you get the bit we get. The story. didn't say anything. He's taking his sweet time coming out with whatever. And so. I was like start. Walking start. Walking might leave. And i'm pointing to the exit like stop looking your phone and start walking like like i was my i got real alpha good for that. It wasn't and it also helps. Because then i kind of followed her out. And i'm in cargo pants and flip flops and like a stain t shirt but i think it actually helped the situation because she is just vivid and in this dress with a pink bat like looks gorgeous but also frightening and i look like the house behind her like i can't when she gets like can't control their man he's created many during the door salesman. Just please just leave. I think that actually is frightening. She was. I think it scared him. Even more seeing me twenty behind going to do what she says i can do. I would walk away right now. You were that you were flavor. Flav to her check debate. Yes it was glad she she hits me to know maybe never say that because actually did meet someone that a girl did that to him. Horrible sucks yeah. Oh i had a girlfriend. I was scared up for sure. It's terrible no. It is scary especially when you're enormous but emotionally. She would make me feel so strong and it sounds very scared of her. Yeah because it. You don't expect it not you know yes. There are stereotypes. That's not nice. To like perpetuate a stereotype. But you don't expect a smaller girl than you to be violent you and hit you like that's horrific assaults and all that sorta i mean is that isn't that terrible and i can't imagine the man must feel again stereotypically of what how we raise boys girls makes it even worse when you feel even it's even more scary because it's so unexpected and you're like how did i get in the situation. Yeah and then. They're shame right in women. I think anybody in an abusive situation probably feels some sort of shame. Yes but i would imagine a man being abused by a woman probably the shame as a yes. They all feel it but it just got a feel a little strange way lecturing that i really have a vivid memory of walking down the street with this woman and thinking that like in a scott pilgrim style that she could just hit me with one hand. And i'd go flying through buildings and stuff like obviously. I didn't believe that rationally but like that's there's certain people in our lives. My parents are like this. I don't know if you can relate to this. Of course. I'm nervous. When i talked to my parents because the psychological bond is so strong that they can say one thing and ruined my we. My mom's won't just looked at me. And i might exactly. I know what you're thinking like. Don't we do more visits. It's like because it's really loaded to be with you. And i'm sort of embarrassed to admit that like like they can just kind of go like and you're just like that it's like handing out hanging out with a loaded gun right you know and so it can be really luck can kill also very weird when there's people that have been were raised in physically and emotionally very abusive environments but somehow they rise above it or they cope and they become better people and there's other people that one day their mom or dad at askance for like half a second just spun them out for life. Yeah and so. It's all proportional and it's all relative. Oh man that sounds. Scarier that yeah. We've talked about that on our friday with val podcasts. Where it's like. I'll have like a difficult conversation with my dad or something which means the example was me on a family vacation and i just didn't i. The way of loving myself was to say. No i was just like i really wish i could. Oh dal said that. I wish i could. Which is the truth like. Yeah god you i wish. We both are fantasizing about away where that would be fun. We're walking machine. That have that good experience. But i know that. I'm not so i'm protecting myself from even grateful that you can imagine it to the same fantasy and you're you probably and i know my dad were similar. You probably just had the right cup of coffee. You just had the right day. Maybe a bowel movement and the world is infinite possibilities. I'm a little bit more grounded. And i'm like he would laugh his ass off if i said any of this. Tim and i'm like dad. Three days is stretching it with us like three days too much. Yeah we start going crazy because day one. It's still kind of fresh to reheat those. You play the same record. How are you. How's your brother has job as you can get through one meal meal to starts getting a little thin meal three..
"patton" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Theories that eyes wide. Shut is about jeffrey epstein. And that whole you know all of because at the mansion where he goes to that weird sex party that initials j. e. r. mcgee. Oh really is that true. Yes true wow. I love room to thirty seven if you watch that my my. It's i've seen it so many times. What is it about. Do you like just like figuring shit out. Do kind of nerdy. I'll even watch speed run videos even for games that i don't speed run because i love the conspiracy of like if you shoot an arrow on this block. Someone thought it through. I love it. I love the process of how the human mind comes up with conspiracy theories. Because i think that's what has happened since the beginning of time. It's a big scary world and what you do to comfort yourself. Is you invent stories and sometimes people like well the conspiracy to kill jfk. How comforting to make. That's actually very comforting. Because what actually happened was a loan. Nutbag shot him because they weren't paying attention and that's a scary mom and dad weren't looking. It's way more comforting to go ohno. There was a whole planned out. People are in control even if the control is evil. Yeah it's comforting to think that there's control the devil you know. I remember after nine eleven. I was flying on a plane. I was like it's okay. They won't do it again because they did. As a false flag thing. And you know what i mean like. It's not going to like it made me comfortable flying. Yeah all that. Go see stuff once once. They got what they wanted. They're not gonna do again. That's kind of like a good idea like there's been a serial killer in your neighborhood and they killed someone next door you're like you're going to hit another spot. They're not gonna hit the same well. They're goal block. They do every other block. They don't do well if somebody murder. Serial killer kills someone in your neighborhood. There's a very good chance they won't do your neighbor. That's what i'm saying. It's not going to strike twice. That's why you fly the airline. That had the crash right recently because x y you eat at the restaurant that got the derating and then reopened with the rating. You know that they've gone over the top. Yeah cleaning things because they don't wanna get closed down. Yeah and then to that. Yeah so no sex on your wedding. I don't know i don't remember. I remember that there. There wasn't we were so exhausted. 'cause it was such an amazing wedding and reception. We danced till forever back and it was the next day. Billy bob kraft our wedding. And so did john know john was invited. Wasn't yes okay. In crashed the wedding. It was more fun when he did that. Billy bob dude. That was fun. Was he recording some box. Cutters we got married at henson studios and they. That's where the old fund. Charlie chaplin theater. Is there this big studio. And that's the home of the muppets clearly and i'm obsessed with the muppets. And he's obsessed with film. And i happen to be very good friends at the people who run the studio because one of my friends is a singer and i was there for many years. And they're like you should get married here. Why did i bring this up. Because billy bob thornton and so he was recording music in one of the recording studios while our wedding was happening and so he just came down but he knew people at the wedding. Billy bob thornton. Whose band was called is called the box cutters which were used by terrorism to take over nine eleven. We got married at the muppet studios. Muppets take manhattan box cutters. Oh my god you ever seen the one independent first of all the conspiracy room. Two thirty seven is a conspiracy. It's just deep thinking into the room where they learn how to do stuff known what. What's the movie about the shine shine. But those aren't conspiracies as much as potential intentions of a direct right. What's the thing with the animation. And they always put the one thirteen. Thirteen sorry i was thinking of two different doors. Well that's not always a door. That's that's that's why it's a little. It was the it was the room number of where they learned animation at at is and they put all their picks. Right i was saying is people going. Oh no what. The shining is really about stanley. Kubrick faked the apollo one. It's also like the moon is two hundred and thirty seven hundred thousand miles and he wears the and he wears the usa shuttle shirt as he stands up. But then you're like but no to thirty seven is in the novel by stephen king who wasn't right like oh interesting has nothing to do. It's not as fun. But in the a cot with just cutting you and go but it was also on the book and then it cuts back all sorts. No it's about america's mistreatment of the indian all the county. Yes short boxes and on the indian designers to that. You don't buy that one. No one all all disagree anywhere strug disagree you think it was they. Just get me something. Stanley kubrick was like. Just give me something. He was the blood. The blood elevator buried on an indian ground. Well they also think in that blood elevators and you can see a body somewhere like there was a murder during the shooting and there's a body that floats in the people use spot in the water for like a second but it can. It's just you can see anything anywhere. Well that's that after nine eleven they were like you can see the devils face. I remember anything in the smoke. Let's get over it. It's all done okay. So you have a podcast and you read texts. Yup thanks for having us on all right good. We just wanted to promote his. You know what i like about your podcast tell me well obviously or a stand up comedian as patent and you are the only podcast person i've met. Who has a hand held. Microphone as if you are doing. Stand up and this is what you like about nelson. I'm not done pete. You ain't got already for complement and that we don't have my extend not enough. I'm not done. I love it and i need it now. These are just happy observations. I love that's the good name for your book. Happy thank you okay. that's written. it's been written. Well i like that. And then i also like i wasn't going to go into a whole thing. I just like the fact that we're just chilling on your couch. It was just the microphone. Dominion like you're letting me down. What it is if i get interrupted in any form whatsoever or if i am about to interrupt someone because i have a thought and i try to interact i interrupt. That's the problem. Because i can't hold a thought for very long and so and so i did have a whole thing i wanted to tell you and then you said something and then it went pouf but yeah it was what you like about my podcast. I just really think that this is fun. Just sitting on a couch and chilling. And that's fun although she brings up an interesting point are do you use hand-held nights because this is your comfort zone in communicating wilson. I really good point. Never when we did it. At meltdown we had stands. Oh that is true. We sat at a table. Thank you both are very comfortable. I prefer it this way. I prefer at this and i feel like that i love that. What are you doing. look at him. Go look at them go. And he like moved the microphone way like he's like rockstar casino and she pulls it like straight. Anyway my point is i feel very cool holding a microphone like as if i'm a rockstar. As if i'm a i like the director for healthy selfish. Yep yep what surprised you the most about. Because if i moved in with and i would have certain guesses. What surprised you the most meredith. Oh boy i'm gonna go wait in the car for a while. She's got to talk. Roll the windows up immigration. What surprised me the most about living with you. Oh you know what it was. I'm not gonna interrupt go ahead. I've got this one's definitely not gonna interrupt compliment just said you weren't gonna interrupt and now i can't remember what we'll take a word from our sponsor go ahead the most well. I was never married before. I was single for four thousand years. The only person i ever live with my cat. And when i lived with patton i it wasn't just necessarily him in particular could have been anyone but i feel like whenever because i lived alone if i had people over at my house i was like. Can i.
"patton" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Your like your lovely. You appreciate thank god damn hunting. Put your bag. Actually though you're putting on airs like we have a new podcast we talk. We're five and you're like. I'm going to be rough with a taste in your no. That's not a bad. It's always staying married for the podcast at this point. Well can i say. I'm so stoked that you're doing it vallon. I have done forty some the friday edition. But you're not married. I entered to her. No no. I was just pointing to check the number. Sorry you're student any appreciate. I like you a lot. Sharp sharp very sharp. I like sharp. Sharp often abrasive a little aggressive but very kind and nice meaning. Sometimes i are you this way if i just get off stage and i'm feeling filled i'll love and grow. I'll spar off and then tuesday at noon. I'm like and you're a lot leave me alone. I it depends with me. It is it is directly correlated to how much sleep i have had. If i have hot night sleep i am so vulnerable and fragile but if i slept and had some food and some and some caffeine okay this is everything and it is so it's like there's no id. I'm all it. you could see. He's not up to full power. He's kind of his cup of tea in his bully yogurt. You don't seem like i know what i mean like. I don't have a lot of subtle facial displays it's like you can in. She said like oh here. You're not happy. You can tell like when i'm i can't fake as radiates off me like he's not happy with us. I did when you got with him. Especially when you started living together. My wife adele. Who does the friday edition. That was the end of that complement. We do a friday edition of the show and we love it. It's how we get to spend quality time together because there is something about recording it that elevates it like one hang. He's like thirty. Hangs if you record going to date. That's a wedding my friend bob from you. Take a girl do a wedding. It's like five days. Yeah wow packed in exactly. Yeah in a lot of emotion that date loaded. it's a loaded one but to put it to you. Sorry i i'm pointing on a podcast is really stupid. If you could comment that. When i with val she noticed that i almost only am trying to control my mood on on the friday edition that you're trying to say. Is that your experience with one of the go ahead. Well my experiences. I tried to control his mood. Do you try to control your now. I don't think you know. I don't interesting to my detriment. Feel like it's our job to be in a certain mood. Eight o'clock on thursday right so that began a lifelong passion of going. Okay had a good show. And i had a can of coke twenty minutes before the show so i'll have a chemical and then it becomes this like i'm not ocd and let's not say everything but it's definitely compulsive and then that just started bleeding into my life. I was like i get this much sleep when i have this food and exercise if i watch a funny movie if i miss that didn't bleed into your regular piton well with me say that you just described in a certain mood at eight pm on thursday so mood wise. It was the equivalent of having a job where i have to wear. Tuxedo entails for the job. And then when i'm off the job i wanna be in boxers and bare feet and t shirt so mood wise if i'm not on stage and not be controlled i really want to. I need to be able to let it out. That's great. I love that but you. What have you noticed. Yes well he's only you just me always. That's the way it is in our hands myself a note. Just you go me. Well what i've noticed. Well we did a podcast the other day and and we were very much bickering. We're very much at each other's throats. We it was a really it was. We were not liking each other. What was the flavor of the book. I don't remember tom papa. I don't even remember what it was about. All i can say is he's he often is like a little bit of a petulant child and so i'm like sorry babies when i'm not in the mood. That's exactly how i am. Yeah and so we were about to go do the podcast. We were about to sit down. And i was like this babe that oh i know what the problem was. I'll tell you one second. Anyway we set. He was like. I'm not going to do this and i was like get it together. We're batch reform. We have one hour suck it up and so we sat down and as soon as we started rolling. I started laughing stereo. I just want everybody to know. We literally just got in a huge fight. We're still fighting. But we're going to do this podcast. Because we're professional. I mean we rolled out of the really ugly fight into. Hey thanks for tuning into the back at the beginning. We acknowledged the truth of this and had fun with it and then we were in a and then whatever you're doing that's what a up does to whatever you're right use it. It was to you know meredith. Use it as soon as it was over. We went right back into the right back into fighting. What was the fight. The fight was this. I don't understand why fighting. I'm not a fighter wi fi this because this because this you'll see here that we have this little bored you close the door katie. Hearing my dog bark makes fight with my dog does. That dog is very cute very cute. He's very loud. I didn't know i was not a dog person. Until after here we go. Okay so so pat and i are doing this podcast and we have to record it with equipment as you know and there was like this board. There's a board that you plug your mic in your headphones and you got the whole thing and you have to record and there's like a it was all new equipment and patton was having some trouble with the equipment and we didn't have someone with us helping us and so i was like let's call the guy to have him help us and so i face time the guy and patent is like takes the phone and is holding the phone facetime to his face and like. I don't know where this is. And i'm like babe. Turn the camera around..
"patton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Tackling depression anxiety trauma stress. The kinds of things that are just super common. But don't get talked about nearly enough conversations that are illuminating honest. And sometimes pretty funny with folks like kelsey darah open. Mike eagle and patent. Oswal was never therapy in my dad said. Yeah but he smoked a carton of cigarettes a day so he was in therapy plus psychiatrists psychologists and all kinds of folks on depression mode. We're working together learning helping each other out where team join our team depression mode for maximum fun wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. If you're just joining us. I'm talking with comedian. Patton oswald and actor meredith salinger patent and meredith have been married since two thousand seventeen and this summer. They launched a new podcast together. It's called did you get my text with meredith and patent on it. They take a break from their busy lives as actors to talk about all the text messages memes and random stuff they send each other throughout the day. Let's get back into our conversation. Where did the two of you meet up in person for the first time. Well he's like what's your favorite restaurant. And i'm thinking to myself. I'm not having to our dinner with someone that i might not be attracted to so and i've been on a billion blind dates and my theory is forty five minutes no matter what forty five minutes and the guys are always like. What if we are madly in love with each other. It was like then we can see each other again. But if we're not then this was great by so anyway like a timeout clock on the table brings a huge our land. I pretty much. And i'm like i gotta be out by six four if the date is at six. I'm like gotta be gone by six forty five anyway. It's only so we met as shutters on the beach which is a hotel and they have a like a bar or restaurant overlooking the ocean. And i thought great we can have a drink will have something to look at. And if it's terrible i'll leave and this has never happened in the history of merit salinger ever but after having a drink i was like. Do you wanna go for a walk. And then we went for a walk on the beach and we looked at all the people that muscle beat. We were like by venice. Venice santa monica..
"patton" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Patton joining us in the next segment, some really interesting Details coming out regarding Dante, right? The young man that was killed by Kim Potter, the police officer in Brooklyn Center, and he's got some. You got some really interesting information you're gonna want to tune in for the next segment. He the president, Ingrid Newkirk is a crazy person. E mean, you have to be. You either have to be a crazy person, or like I said earlier. You have to be you know, into like a sketch comedy and parent like you could. You could transition from the onion to Peeta really easily. People eating tasty animals once Hamm Lake to change their name to Yam leg Because Ingrid says, when you think about it, Ham Lake looks more like a yam anyway, and yams are super healthy, Healthy Foods high in fiber, potassium. And antioxidants. Definitely something worth promoting. Newkirk wrote. User so randomly shaped you could say anything is shaped like again. Sometimes their rounds when I was there, rectangles Sometimes they're blobs. Potato. You don't know how potatoes gonna turn out. Yeah, I think that's generally oval ish, right, but it does not limited to that. I see your argument, But I also think like on the list of arguments for this particular e mean yeah, The shape of the M is relatively minor compared to the larger issue of amending handling all together You are correct for the sake of yam She did Go on to say good, Bruce that can boost brain health. Reduce inflammation. Improve your blood. So you know what you did Great. Go to these yam talk angry. Go Get yourself a GM. Come by. Am if you love me. You married United here so much, So eat, am, you're not you when you're hungry. There was no immediate word on whether Van Kirk in city officials might entertain Peter's proposal is if they pay for it. I'm not going to. Of course not. That's not even the point like Peter doesn't care. No, Peter doesn't care about the name of Ham Lake. They care about raising money. And when one of their strategies is to come up with ridiculous ideas and ridiculous proposals and get him out there, So yeah, who's like us? We'll talk about him. It xcom Idi to them. I mean that zoo. None of this should be taken seriously. Newkirk said she sent the letter on behalf of Peter 6.5 million members and supporters of the prophet whose motto states that animals are not ours to eat. No, you're right their mind to eat. Yeah, it's my my meat. In the letter, Newkirk said that many people have switched to meet meat free diets because of covert 19 pandemic and because eating meat such as ham and bacon may cause cancer, high blood pressure and strokes worth it. Eating meat. Drew is an antiquated dirty. It's dirty and completely unnecessary habit by remaining by renaming the town, you would seize a great opportunity to demonstrate how easy It is to change with the Times. It's not easy, though. No, it's not hard. It is to change the name of something. Did anybody pay attention to the whole Lake Calhoun? Gosh debacle that's English. Only three or four years. It's not easy to go just around changing names. There's a whole process involved, and people get upset, But again, they don't care. This is not about changing the name of ham Lake. This is about getting Peter in the news for something that people will make fun of. And people will laugh at. You know, I swear, you know the people that work for Peter. They're probably the same. Exactly the right headlines for the onion or the Babylon be, because that's exactly what this is. This is just attempt to get some coverage. Do something clever. Do something funny and you got to give him credit. For all the flaws with the people eating tasty animals organization and the things they stand for, and the things they purportedly support and fight for their funny Mm. Yeah, kind. Come up with some funny I kind of funny. It's a funny that's all it is. I did a little Google search on Ingrid right? The president Ingrid Newkirk, President of Pete I found this from last year. In an extraordinary outburst. Peter President Ingrid Newkirk has called for people to be banned from calling their dogs and cats. Pets. Why, what C e s O. She's insane. She shed 70 years old Newkirk claims that calling pets pets. Is derogatory to the animals and wants them to be called companions. Instead, your pets don't care Your pen still give her rip. They don't care what you say. As long as you stay into the right tone. It doesn't matter what you say. Right? She would she? She would also like people with pets to be called human carers or guardians rather than owners, But But I am their owners so that they're seeing his equals..
"patton" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
"Patton practice seen job sometimes when he don't sit on freight yup yup. Hey if wanted to tell. The children of and about god is that they administer man help.
"patton" Discussed on KTOK
"Use general Patton call into the month living show now seven seven three eight one three eight toward one you know I said for several months now the the what the Republicans need to do upon the election of the next Democrat to the president's is immediately lay the foundation to impeach that individual and I've come under hysterical criticism you know we don't conduct ourselves that way we're not like the Democrats but this is part of the problem to win wars for the military political you have to adopt strategies are going to crush your opponents we didn't start this war the Democrats to they couldn't accept for years a Donald Trump and then an election to see if they could defeat him for this next term they couldn't except a peaceful transition of power they've used every tool in the federal bureaucracy every tool the federal criminal justice system every tool in Congress boys and everyone to try and destroy this man destroys presidency burden him and undermine the Republic and the constitution it is now abundantly clear to me whatever the outcome in the center that is the president will not be found guilty that's not my point the outcome in the Senate how they ultimately conduct themselves it is abundantly clear to me now that the Republicans in the United States Senate thanks to four five six eight of them whatever the number turns out to be that they are simply incapable of confronting Tierney whether they're cowards ignorant whatever it is they do not have they do not have the courage to go for the throat the way that the Democrats to in the Senate and the house in going for the throat in the name of liberty and constitutionalism and republicanism is a good thing ask your founding fathers yes the I dare say the vast majority Republicans in the Senate if they had met in Philadelphia in the second Continental Congress when they were debating the end of the declaration of independence I dare say the vast majority of them what not have supported the American revolution Mitt Romney Susan Collins Cory Gardner Lisa Makowski Lamar Alexander they would have backed the Tories they would explain how these right wingers they're gonna get us all killed these right wingers they just don't know how to deal can't follow them off the cliff of course this moment in history there's no threat of personal demise whether it's physical or financial which is exactly what the founders faced just have to have a modicum of courage to do the right thing to do the right thing and they won't do the right thing the house of representatives the Republicans control and we get a Democrat president down the road at some point that'll happen they must impeach him or her they must issue scores and scores a subpoena personalize personal finances businesses union activities family members whatever it it Nancy Pelosi is written the script they must conduct hearings of the Democrat president and treat him and or her and the Democrat minority exactly the same way they are being treated only then only then what we'd be able to put this monster back in the cage only then it was met rami Susan Collins Lisa Makowski Cory Gardner Lamar Alexander and whoever the hell else I have no problem with it they're not gonna step up because for them governing is about them not about the greater good the civil society not about the Republican the constitution it's about them how they choose to look there should be no witnesses period this thing should be dismissed it doesn't matter what it looks like to the media it doesn't matter what it looks like to the political consultants and the commentators on TV what's right is right that's what matters the majority in the Senate should not only dismiss this they should put out a definitive statement on why they're dismissing a long list a report on the conduct of the house of representatives but they choose not to because they don't have enough votes then as they say you're only as strong as your weakest link true words are never been spoke and unfortunately there are many weak links now for the Democrats they're not done they got more impeachment ideas in the future ten by the Republicans conducting themselves this way in the United States Senate they're encouraging this take any other adverse say your enemy whether foreign or domestic you show weakness what do you get a return provocation some guy named Mike Quigley Democrat Illinois I don't know who the hell Mike Quigley as most of you don't know who the hell my quickly is but it doesn't matter he's part of the mobster crowd there in the Democrat small majority in the house please pass by MSL is these Craig Melvin about all that's taking place cut three go there's another possible route it seems to be emerging for your caucus to take moving for tax Yost reporting that there is.
"patton" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Usual Patton biting of out of the home based ISIS November. this. doesn't only seventy eight months of work on this post emergence me from running the commission yeah.