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Cardinals set team record with 15th straight win, beat Cubs
"The cardinals picked up their fifteenth consecutive win is Harrison bait or Tyler o'neill and Paul the young homered in an eight five win over the cubs in Chicago the young sac fly broke a four four tie in the seventh catcher Yadier Molina and center fielder bait or were part of a pair of run down to the game a double play preserving the Redbirds one run lead in the eighth it was the fourth double play of the afternoon for the cards who have homered eleven times in the first three games of the series St Louis topped the previous club record to fourteen wins set in July nineteen thirty five on the ferry
Goldschmidt homers twice, Cards beat Brewers for 12th in row
"The cardinals winning streak is now at twelve games after they stormed back from a five nothing deficit to beat the brewers eight to five Paul Goldschmidt homered twice and had three RBIs for the cardinals alone their longest winning streak since the nineteen eighty two World Series team goldsmith said it was a great comeback started pretty small there in the seventh inning with a couple walks at least maybe three us forget how the first guy got on and then you know just a big kid here there and you know the next inning so everyone just kind of doing their job St Louis is to offer club record for consecutive victories set in nineteen thirty five Yadier Molina had two RBIs including the run scoring single bit ignited the cards come back the brewers magic number remains three for clinching the NL central I'm Dave Ferrie
Cards win 11th in row, best streak since 2001; stall Brewers
"Fast starts and playing aggressive baseball have been to the trademarks of the cardinals winning ways a convincing tended to win over the brewers move the cardinals winning streak to eleven Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt each hit two run homers and the cardinals jumped out to a six nothing lead after two innings starting pitcher miles Michaelis came up with seven strong innings the brewers have suddenly gone cold they have not lowered their magic number of three in the last four games their lead on the cardinals in the division is eight and a half Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul
"Guys as dell has gone instead of their show with her new man rich paul. They went to a wedding together over the weekend and adele shared this photo from a photo booth snapshot looking gorgeous now. Adele rarely even post pictures of herself. So this is a huge deal. What were your first thoughts and you saw this. I knew this was coming by the way i after she did that. Whole with the braids like she was and the jamaican flag outfit. See that was coming right here. If adele's happy then why shouldn't we all be happy for us. She went through a wedding that of marriage that failed. Come on now. I knew right then because you say once you go black cleveland. I've known hjelm love him. He came up through the ranks. Lebron wanna lebrons boys. I'm so proud of him. And i'm i'm happy. Happy for him. And i can't wait to hear her new music. Because tail is going to go from sending the little sad solves. She goes star singer. Some being make the status. Oh yes watch this.
Hotel Rwanda Hero Paul Rusesabagina Convicted on Terror Charges
"Who inspired the movie Hotel Rwanda is found guilty of terrorism charges They're accused of being in a group that launched deadly attacks and want in 2018 and 19 Paul recess. A beginner called the trial a sham and says he was kidnapped from Belgium, where he lives and taken to Rwanda against as well. He saved hundreds of people during a genocide by hiding them in his hotel.
Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys
"As expected streaming platforms dominated. Last night's emmy awards. Netflix was the network with the most wins. In fact netflix says the crown was the nights. Biggest winner overall. It won seven awards including best drama series as well as best lead actor and actress in a drama on the comedy side apple. Tv's ted lonzo won for best series and it brought in three other awards as well. Like best lead actor in a comedy. That was a first emmy for jason. Today's best lead actress in a comedy though. Went to jean smart for hbo's hacks rupaul. Also made history by winning the most emmys ever by a person of color when ru paul's drag race won best competition series for a fourth straight year and cedric. The entertainer hosted the ceremony making him only the second solo black host in the event's history.
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol
"I don't know where to begin with you because you've had such an amazing career for people. Now there are a lot of young folks who might not be familiar with you. And i thought boy. They're in for it here. But where do we start first of all. You were huge teen idol. That was a little bit before my time. A gigantic teen idol. How did that happen for you. You're from canada born canada raising canada. I was in school on to be a journalist when father would be a lawyer. Put me in an english class. A class with forty girls to learn how to type in shorthand hated the shorthand got thrown shorthand which was fine. Took up music that i started writing. I want some awards for my couple of my essays that i wrote but while taking music i became a big fan of music back then and it devolved into me just starting to write at a young age Kind of had a crush on a girl. Zoldin i was. You know back in the fifties indigenous to lat time. If you're older shorter fatter you really didn't get the score. So i wrote this song. I'm still young are so old. I sang it at parties. And i said now what do i do with it. Well all have to realize pop music was in its infancy stage back then thus i I'm going to new york. Because that's where the action is. So i read a newspaper. Said collect soup rappers. You go to new york. So i got a job with i. J food stores. I collected soup rappers. Campbell soup one trip with forty boys and went down. Got the vibe in new york. What baco blogs of money on easter vacation The following year. And i went down when it went off scot. Abc paramount records dot cost. Was the in. Our director looked at me at my little t shirt on jeans. Pulled out my song started. Singing said Was your parents as back with candidate. Is you better get him down here. Because we want to sign you up in believable. I love these stories. You as they say you can't make it
How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry
"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for
Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal
"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.
The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?
"On amazon music or with one plus in the days after nine eleven it really did feel like nothing would ever be funny again. Welcome to the late show. This is our first show on the air. Sense of new york and washington were attacked. Even the men on late night had abandoned their post. Then shuffled back. One by one cowed by their lack of words to describe what had happened. Letterman came. I watching all of this. I wasn't sure of that. I should be doing a television show because for for twenty years we've been in in the city making fun of everything making fun of the city making fun of my hair making fun of paul well. Conan came the next night. I will be very honest with you. I have no idea how to do what we've been doing. I know i have no idea how we're going to get back to doing this again. That's how we all feel. And then jon stewart two nights later. I was a producer on the daily show. Then standing just offstage with the rest of the staff feeling like someone had pulled the parking brake at full speed. Our senses of humor had dropped right out of the bottom of the car. So we're we're gonna take a break. And i'm going to stop slobbering on myself in the desk and we're going to get back to this and it's gonna be fun and funny and it's going to be the same as it was and i thank you. We'll be right back. I just assumed well. We can't do humor todd. Hanson was the head writer at the satirical newspaper the onion at the time. Everyone on the staff assumed that and so we cancelled it and we just went dark and of course who cares. It's just comedy right. But here's the problem the onion isn't just a scrappy. College comedy thing anymore. They have financial backers they have payroll. They have add biased fulfil hell. They still have to pay. They might be giants. They can't just stop printing whenever they want. They have to put there next issue. A whole newspaper full of
Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's
"Chad Pinder furnished a two run single while the athletic scored four times in the third inning of a seven to win at Kansas city the ace had just two hits in the third inning and only one while scoring three in the ninth Josh Harrison was four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored Paul Blackburn allowed six hits over five innings including a two run Homer by Salvador Perez in the first press has forty five home runs tying Johnny bench for the most by anyone playing at least seventy five percent of his games behind the plate the outcome puts the ETS within three games of a wild card slot I'm Dave Ferrie
Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference
"Article on cbs sports website. The american is looking to add. Air force boise state. Colorado state san diego state and uab. So you a. b. would be poached from conference. You say that would be a tough loss for conference to say and then you're going to go after so mountain west teams because if you look at it maybe the mountain west is going to be the biggest threat to the american and the rest of us the group of five even though the american likes to call themselves a power. Six conference in all actuality. It's the group of five or the the non autonomy five. Whatever you wanna call him. So the americans trying to put itself in a spot to maybe fend off the mountain west. A little bit more proactive and sees that the mountain west could be a more viable week to raid from to maintain its
Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers
"I'm standing here with tiffany shuffler. She's the project and land manager for the mini ha ha creek watershed district. Hi tiffany paul. Thanks for having me. So tell us where we're standing today. We are standing at what we call the divide of our upper watershed in lower watershed. So were standing at the on. Top of the grays bay dam which is where lake minnetonka ends to the east and then we are at the headwaters of miniature creek so given climate change in minnesota and in your watershed which basically includes a lot of the western and southwestern twin cities what new challenges does climate change present for watershed management. Here you know as water managers were tasked with trying to Reduce flooding and reduce pollution. And that's what you're tasked with what you're giving is how much rainfall from the sky. And also you're given a landscape that developed over a century ago so a lot of these homes were developed during the dust bowl when it was the dryness of times. And now we're coming out of the wettest of times so now there's this conflict with you know homes infrastructure of Whether it's surface water groundwater flooding happening and people you know being like. I understand climate change but my basements flooding or my front yard flooding. Who's going to do something about it. What kind of extreme lake and creek flow levels have you observed in the past decade or two on the lake and the creek. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand nineteen where the wettest seven years on record so wet in fact that we had an extra year's worth of rain squeezed in there but then there's also been these drastic swings to dry and we've had them very close together so for example twenty twelve was really dry year. Last time we in in real drought and then twenty fourteen. Just two years later. We had record flooding.
Cardinals Power Past Mets 11-4 for 3-Game Sweep
"The cardinals have completed a three game sweep with a convincing eleven to four win over the Mets Harrison better known or not Paul Goldschmidt ended mondo Sosa homered for St Louis which continues to own the second NL wild card position better says they're playing some of their best baseball when it matters most all I know is where to stand in the pocket and plan our game on all sides of baseball you know we know our schedule in front of us we know how tight these games are and how close the race is but you know I've been in the day if we don't take care of you know what we got take care of you know for nine innings on any given day it really doesn't matter Tyler o'neill laced a two run double that sparked the Redbirds five run first off loser Tylor Megill winning pitcher Jon Lester allowed two earned runs and six hits with seven strikeouts over six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series
"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat
Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0
"Adam Wainwright tossed six innings and won his fifth straight starters the cardinals with the Mets seven nothing from top to bottom is a very good line up with a lot of very very dangerous batters there is just a lot of hitters over there can do some major damage so you have to you have to make pitches constable you can't get in for one second either got it through the forty year old Wainwright has sixteen wins this season and is ninety two with a two point oh two ERA in his last twelve starts a span in which he's gone at least six innings each time Paul Goldschmidt homered and finished with two RBIs for the cardinals Harrison Bader added three hits and a ruby for Saint Louis losing pitcher rich hill was reached for three runs over five innings as the Mets fell six games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry
Chris Rodriguez Jr. Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week
"If you saw the game on saturday night between missouri and kentucky. You saw a lot of chris broderick against junior monster game. The co offensive player of the week in the sec and he joins us now from lexington. First of all chris congratulations. I know you're team. You wanna move ahead but man what a what a performance it was fun it a good one. Let's let's go back in and that was a huge game. Everyone knew how important it was for the cats to beat missouri Take us through the week of preparation. We head coach on thursday night. And it i'd say you guys were ready to play that that would be the understatement of the year sir so throughout the we just knew that we had abba chip on our shoulders because last year you know we felt we were prepared but our energy just wasn't there so we felt like we all wanna coaches told us like. Are you going to let them out play you. Are you going to let them out. Execute you and we knew we couldn't let that happen again so we went in with the mindset that we had to go in this game of wanna ask you about that because fans like like the folks that i talked to her every day we get. We get hung up on what happened last year and and and wonder often whether it carries over but coach stage said the exact same thing i mean. How do you eighty psychological here transfer. How do you transfer that bad feeling into you does it. Does it affect the way you practice. Prepare because you're you're supposed to be dealing with the techniques of it. I mean motion is part of football. But i'm really curious how that affects you as a player so one We had a video from last year where they showed beauvoir sidelines. I think kelvin. Joseph have made a good tap on the sideline and then they were getting Hype and they showed are sidelined. Dolphins was obvious on the bench or whatever and we were just sitting. There are cheering or nothing. You know he showed us that video in it. Obviously practice a lot harder throughout the week.
"paul r." Discussed on Photography Radio
"In the mood for love by call way. You have to look at that. And every single frame. I wanna say this. Because it's just a bit pompous but every single picture is a is a fifa cough rather than a film and it should influence. I really things films. That shoot influence away. Photographers day pitches for older things in involved in all the sadness melba the rejection that maggie is giving tiny whatever nightmares. I think i see a lot of things around me. And i always say to my friends. I make my eyes. So i'm just nothing has come from any came really early. It hasn't always been strong as it is these days. But it's always been and in fact i always think to myself all i want to take pictures onto. We know that meant. When i used to go to agents on stuff they say will whip jones to be and i just used his running reno but i just want to say nice pictures now. I know what that is but for twenty years. I didn't frustration everybody. What you're saying is absolutely cool. And absolutely intriguing. There's a lot of things. I want to unpack in there. I do want to tell everybody that. Of course there is a webpage. And it's paul raeside dot com p. a. r. e. s. ide- and there's a number of images in there that i really wanna talk about before but before we get to any of the individuals when did and did the interiors focus. Start to take over the work. You're doing isis for you. That this this is gonna be a theme you know my korea in my twinges wasn't as pure as i've made it sound it was wasn't that easy and there were feeding interruptions in my twenties which stopped so sort of realized by the end of my twenties and which was the end of the eighties and this is all significant stands at. I'm just never going to be fifty soon. Be taking ross. Wasn't good enough. I was the big people. Mysel- own that crowd around and never going to be one of them. And i also actually. I wasn't a fashion person. I mean now. I know i was. Then we'll go. I always throw of money in time on. Fashion was never be that cool and so never going to be offensive Time off and when. I came back from the time off ten people on news of people and they had Made money in both houses. So i saw joie than men and here i am doing remarkable remarkable work to one of the things that i've always believed without any any practical experience in my own. Is that people. Shooting interiors are surrounded by art directors designers. A million people with a million different ideas as to what the shoot may be. And it's really you know a bit of a challenge for the the photographer to get their own vision in there is that true. Is your world complicated by all sorts of steph visions or do they let you have pretty much free reign. Well i'd have to. I've always been really blessed his weight. And when i used to take fashion is issue on the plate camera and i only used to give the clan one photograph and waste so this bumper wage. One pilot once she feldman end of it and that was your choice. That was the picture and it's the same now with interiors. Take pictures i take. What i believe is the picture. And that's pretty much it. I saw seeing. You know the one. I go to a huge. The first thing i do. Is i stand around drinking coffee and i don't have a lot of equipment. I in the house and identify nowadays the houston system very rarely and so i take my day rain i stand around drinking coffee and i understand space and how people use it and both like now notice on that and the pictures sauteed themselves really you walk around and you put the camera down. He's just sort of in the right place and on and actually messed about with. If i see that that's the right place that's the picture as a means. I'm actually really quick. And basically because i've taken that time to get to know the spice and feed just sort of feel it engaged with the person and another live although these pictures are quite aloof. they're actually supposed to be a representation my idea of the person's home of times Of cold over the sea rather than call the k. And yeah i mean that's why my peaches were designed because good to have individual style. The you're using words like sadness and stillness and cool. Is that a feature of the work you're doing or is that what you're bringing to the work but above on nova european and so but in. Interestingly if i can add something like to a meeting in a bold full of these dont northern european schultz and. I say you know it'd be asked you to come over because we love your work.
"paul r." Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"Overseas please. Let crossbow used to crossover deaths to win. A soda was able to be established around everywhere. Hallelujah go home. I will let us up to swim you crossed. The proposal wants to win a new. This link your cross this league. Is this leak domino. Wife and the brought paul adams and receiving commandment on the sidelines and tara for them to come to him. We've speeding sixteen. Now why paul was waiting for silence and timothy's at ordered. His spirit was dead in him when he saw the city was. Holy keeping to idolatry. When you went rather well not busier. Towns in acting ghana group yannopoulos should be sure average focused. So you see that..
"paul r." Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"And i am a writer and director and producer on the office and klay toby. I forgot i constantly forget that i play token hello and welcome. Thank you all for being here. This is the office deep dive. And i'm your host brian. Baumgartner today we have the quadruple quinn. Topple threat paul lieber stein now. Despite the fact that he almost forgot about it. Paul is probably most famous for playing thunder. Mifflin h. r. Toby flender sohn. Toby was fantastic character. The character that everybody love to hate. Well maybe they just hated. Toby was the character that everyone just hate it. But let me be very clear. Toby was hated paul. Nobody hated paul. He was one of our original writers. He was a director producer and he was our boss. He was the show runner on the show from seasons. Five all the way through season eight which well that means. I had a lot to talk to. Paul about. And paul blew my mind with so many things. I had never heard before multiple times during this conversation. So i am very excited for you all to hear it so without further ado the most soft spoken man in television. Paul lieber stein bubble and squeak. I love the bubble and squeak. Cookie left over from the night before. Oh i you've been doing a bunch now doing a bunch. Yes no way too much about the way much and this is all off the record. Correct all of it. We're not looking record gonna be cooked and we're not. We're nearly not recording any of it. Wow hi pal we rolling. I mean you know. We're just literally were just having a conversation. You know what i'm saying again. It's all off the record. Nothing's how are you. How's it going. All right yeah from looks way. Should things are good. Yeah family family is kid families. Good work is sort of so so but family good. Yeah no no. That's probably accurate. Great i can't a lot of joy from la dot as much as much okay. Well i hear you. All right so rewind back in your mind like fifteen years of. Hey we're going back like two thousand four. What what were you doing in your work now with your family doing i mean a and killing held and there was the care show and then bernie mac show and then greg the bunny i think greg. The bunny was the last show that i had done. You were writing on greg. The bunny and then we're you unemployed at that point. I think i was free. You were for it. Yeah were you aware really think about it is unemployed. Just free because like our jobs come and go right so if you think about is unemployed you can hit some very big lows in there. You can.
"paul r." Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Shot to somebody who were who she'll to a deutsche Yeah really enjoyed bush. Well you were great gas. And i love the idea you know. One of my favorite things is finding people on twitter. That are talking about bruce and we reach out we're able to visit and so Thank you for taking part of your day. Visiting with me Paul i hope you and your family stay safe Let's let's all hope that soon we're gonna get out of this pandemic and we're going to meet for a show in share a meal and just enjoy life again absolutely milwaukee fond with four really when roosters to again. I'm really hoping starts every show with the song tequila or the oh. I have a lot of just might might a year stick. Two fingers up to pinpoint a tequila is funny. I have not heard that in. I love that. This is so wonderful. thank you paul. Our listeners. Do stay safe remembered a social distance. Remember to wash your hands. Remember to wear masks. Let's all be good to each other because that's the only way we're going to get through this and for now thankyou. Be careful and we'll talk to you soon. Good by doing a podcast at times can be a one way conversation and i hate that so please let me know what you like. And don't like about the work. I'm doing you can reach the podcasts via email at settling bruce gmail.com. The show is on twitter at set..
"paul r." Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Get quite poetic also told still short of a a bit of a Bit of yeah i can. You can relate to this. I think at that age. Everybody's looking for something that can relate to everyone's looking for showing kind of area or sheldon. Glueck let them fitting new resource. Even though a lot of mutual liquid nearby montego will golf When the bikers the monster walkers we have a we have a big thing with in england between you've ever seen the film quadrophenia with the who Yeah that that's a big thing over here. And i went through a facial beenamol doj big show of who finding and the jam paul weller. Still one of my favorite bands to stay and show you the level of being you know gang i'm not much of a joiner gangs the time about thirteen fourteen. Amy what the queen. Paul kirsch too young to walk Shall we lot stoops's sweet went around on rally choppers in what Wishaw wanted without the bicycle version of the harley davidson so bipolar to be more i but yeah same always looking for sure to call the group to join the thing you know and i think he's talked about that. I don't know if you've got a chance to hear yet. But him and former president obama is doing a podcast. I haven't shaded it. Yeah no spotify on eight of seen clips off here. The told her about their respective fall. Who shot didn't show needs to watch more. Yeah yeah it's very interesting because they talk about how they both felt like they were Outcasts growing up. You know You know President obama talks about growing up. You know is a mixed race. Kid hawaii bruce. Talking about growing up you know poor and jersey. And so i think that is one of the reason and you know. I remember jon stewart. Made the joke once that When you listen to you aren't Yarn loser from jersey..
"paul r." Discussed on Never Surrender
"paul r." Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
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"paul r." Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Welcome welcome. Welcome thank you for joining us. Really appreciate the time. Yeah thanks for having me. it's Nice to talk to people who don't live in my own house. You have a lot of people there that live in your house that you're sick and tired not a lot. i mean. I'm not sick and tired of any of them and my best friend and that's cool but it's also just. They're still the same people they were a year ago. And i'm all out of variety can't believe as soon as you said that it has been almost a year up on our one it is. It is nuts. So let me ask you this right off the bat. Then how how have you been keeping. This becomes a surprise to literally anybody. But i'm good. I'm good. I'm built for this life And all it took a global pandemic to allow me the luxury to live with it. Yeah i mean this even before this. My my whole ethos has gradually become one of our really. Wanna leave the house. Unless i'm going out to get paid or going out to get my friends paid You know. I'm just trying to have a good time and then come home and just make stuff that i like and yeah now i have every excuse in the world to do that and i get to look sponsoring kind and caring human being doing so did you. Did you have your your like. Did you have your whole setup in studio in the house before we went. Got into all this. Yeah not on the level it is now because as you faces and glowing sony a seven three camera acting as a way overpowered webcam and if the gopro behind was back i could hit a switch. And then you'd see that. Yeah it so. Everything was in the house and i finally just had an excuse to spend the last little bit of money just kind of pulling it all together so that i never have to leave ever again once one incredibly antisocial i realize but it's just i don't like a lot of stuff. I just really liked the things that i like and now i just had to find that enthusiasm for things that i like inside my own house. That's what i'm doing now. Fair enough fair enough are you also. You've sort of spruce. Stop in spiced up your setup there. Are you also one of those people. That's looking for a bigger places. Well i mean who can afford to look for any other place than the ones they're the pandemic was going to finally lace of justice to the real estate market in toronto. And no it only exacerbated thing. So i don't know i mean in general i'm not i hope i never have to move. Been at the place i've been at was like two thousand and twelve and we're very happy here. You know. my wife also works from home a lot of the time as well. We have the space in the freedom and the flexibility to do that..
"paul r." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"And welcome to the three questions. I'm andy richter. The host of the three questions and i am talking today to a very funny very talented. A man who has conquered multiple mediums Paul scheer who had known for a long time from early days. Yeah it was actually thinking about this the other day. I remember one of my first memories of you. Obviously you are successful person. You are hilarious. I've seen on stage. But the one thing i remember. I don't know why this is so clear to me was that you were practising for jeopardy on a video game of jeopardy at the how do you remember that you had a video game version of jeopardy that you were practising on. I don't know why they came into my head. Yeah i it'd be. I can't remember exactly but yes i was. That was the first time. I went on jeopardy which was like probably like ninety five. I'm thinking or something. It must have been later niger. I graduated college after that. I just remember going. Here's somebody who is super funny Incredibly successful and you're smart and you're like yeah. Yeah so was like. I feel like whenever you go on jeopardy the flex it is a flex ultimately to be like you have enough confidence in yourself that you will do well and when you do do well. It's like bragging rights for life. It's fun it is fun. It is terrifying though. And i did well and when you saw me practicing that was also We were do. I did a remote for the conan show because ever in those days if you went to the fucking depressed you're like well let's take a camera crew and it'll be a remote about going to the dentist so i was doing that. And you know it's just jibe profile thing and Our head writer at the time. Jonathan groff had been a jeopardy champion of back back before when they just limited you two five days he was a five day champion And he so he you know he helped me..
"paul r." Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"We've never had any music on the show. We don't do bits like this for you. The eighth guests maybe twelve maybe trump from Andrews weird office room with the cat pillow. Everyone mentions welcome to the newlywed game. Where we assume that Andrian Paul know everything about each other because they once played a married couple in the movie. Summer Oh three contestant number one is Paul Scheer who according to his. Imdb bio his trademark is a gap between his two front teeth. Now did you choose. I think we can listen. I know I did my you put that I might get. That's monitored if anything needs to be true on the don't care if it's my height I don't care if it's my age. I need to make sure this trademark of the other contestant number two Andrea savage simply has too many teeth technically. I don't have any teeth. It just appears that way from now many not too many too many too many too many okay all right. Both of these contestants are married. Just not to each other Paul. Before you walked in here we had you write down your answers to a series of questions. Now I will read off the questions. Paul's already answered to see if Andrea being your spouse can correctly guessed what you wrote down. I feel confident. I know everything about you. Wow remotely but yeah all right so question number one Andrea. Close Your eyes. I don't feel safe right closed. Four second pressure points at the touch. My Team I know that I knew from the bottom down. Four second maintained his exposed to all of you. But please don't all right so your question is. What is Paul's shoe size? Oh all right Paul. I mean I'd take this very seriously Paul. I think height wise. I think you're what five ten you're six feet. Wow Okay you're alert. You're taller man than in my head but I thought it was. That's roughly. We're in the same ballpark. I feel like I never looked at your feet before because I feel like we've discussed shoes you've been wearing back there. I tried to move the mic closer to my mouth and then my hand out the air floating and not touching anything. I'm I'M GONNA go and say you're a twelve to join me. Reveal my answer as we go. All right yeah go ahead size. Twelve good very good. Good okay all right Andrea the second question for you is. How did your pretend spouse Paul answer this? Who is the better kisser? Well well well well well. We have never kissed weird guilty. We have never pollen. I've never kissed. I haven't just a lot of my male friends. Man soukous Kroll really meant soukous and I had to kiss a time in sleeping this yes yes and then crawl was on his show and I don't know I feel like a lot of our friends but you and I have never had enough. Who is a better kisser in terms of our fake marriage? I'll have to figure out what I think you're going to say. I think you think I'm GonNa say me but I'm going to say Paul Scheer. I think he's going to be soft to the lip. Okay I think is going to give just the right amount of a little tongue but not getting crazy about it I was. They voted Best Kisser. By one of my Co Stars in US magazine Shirt yet. I was not a big deal. The well was it. A man knows them. You're in comedy guy banker from the League. She Might Sheva okay. She said it in an article that was very of all of her previous other injured. CaN'T GONNA get into him. I just I just gave you the where wonderful go either got because I said it was you. Hey you said if I yeah logic the right way you're right I think should have just went with you. Walk through the logic and then was like fuck you show you that you're wrong you're not you don't know what. I'm going to answer and then I got it wrong by the way that could have been two points on the board. That was a real misstep. You really gotten you literally said. This is the reasoning that it would be and walked perfect reasoning. I think I feel like this is going better than I thought I was like. We know each other so well. This is technically to but but one but technically so okay all right Andrea final question. What is Paul's go to Karaoke Song? God I'm not this with music and by the way this is tricky because well I let you answer. I don't it here. No Okay Okay. So then surprise me. Yeah but when I do do Karaoke there is I want if I need to work through. There's one to decide. Paul Scheer. Do jokey Kerry okay. Yes that was. That was a that is true. You need to think about that. I don't think you do okay. I think you will find. I like big butts or like songs like that to hockey so now. These are just noncommital noises. Do you go with a classic like a Sinatra. Like everyone's GonNa enjoy this. Do it my way you know what I mean something that do you. WanNa try to get the crowd involved with like an old brown eyed brown eyed girl. Kind of thing all good choices or do hip hop These are a lot like look. You laid down the gauntlet of choices for yourself. That all impossible I. This is an impossibly go with pick. I would say pick genre and I get points. That's what I would say. Yeah because laid down for options for your sake get the crowd going classic or Hip Hop Yup. That I think is the fair way to do this one. I'm going to go with the crowd going for seeing classic. I said anything by Neil Diamond. Which is like. I mean I does spouse borders like I feel like those are the ones you want people to sing along way you want to be sure. Yeah I mean look the judge all right. What do you think I do work for you? Do you think this is the test? I need you to be fair because if I feel like you're just yes person I'm not yes person. Yeah all right we gotta go now now and give you the point. Wow Wow tough years I will let you know you are fire. Great respect but I respect you speaking up for your voice. Thank you and I hope that that serves you well in your next career. Think we're out of the energy all right so moving onto Paul's questions Paul question number one now. You have to close your eyes. What is Andrea's Bra size? Why do I have to close I? I would like to. Yeah well she had eight. I've got okay. Yeah now this one I will say. It's a little tricky actually. But I'm GONNA give you. I'm going to give you a range because it tipped pens. Walk okay all right. So you're you're welcome my logic. This is something that as a human being. I am very bad at great I am. I am not a person that clocks to pays. I'm not a person that clocks like fake boobs and person clocks the BRA size. I will tell you minor real. I say yes I would say to. My choices are eight thirty right. That's true statement could be. I could be larger than that all right so I'm going to say I'm I let you what he number two an. Oh which is back size but you know broth sizes. I like watching these companies like. Oh Thirty SIX DEMOCRATS. Such a all right. I'll I'll say oh God I don't know all right so thirty thirty four years. I don't know I am a thirty okay. So small back which then makes the cups a little bit different audit but basically a thirty. Okay so I got the E. Yeah that that should be a half-point aspect that's a half and a half are thirty to thirty four. That was very good. We need a little music take to get missing. A little.
"paul r." Discussed on American Greed Podcast
"It has all the signs of a revolution. And it's taking place in Kiev's Independence Square. Hundreds thousands even about a million people want to protest the streets demanding dignity human rights justice and say no to the president himself was a symbol of corruption in February two thousand fourteen. The protests in Kiev turned deadly and Yanukovych leased to Russian once gone his lavish estate is open to the public offering a glimpse into the life of excess from which he and Manafort have now been removed. When Paul Manafort went to work in Ukraine he was making so much money for Kovic that that the entire rest of his lobbying practice fall away and when that relationship disappeared what his client was sent into exile. He had nothing to make matters worse. Metaphors also being sued by his old client. Russian oligarch OLEG PASTA OVER A multimillion dollar investment deal gone back eventually deposited the Manafort essentially took investment. Despite his mounting problems manafort fails to adjust. He and his family kept spending hand over fist as if nothing had changed so an Arctic. Keep up this facade. He ended up joining to an increasingly risky and sort of convoluted series of financial and accounting and tax schemes. In December. Two Thousand Fifteen manafort begins applying for loans. Even though he's hardly the perfect candidate if banks look for metaphors actual financial situation. They would look at somebody who's had very little income coming in They would look at somebody who would be real risk for repaying loans. So what do you just lied? He was committing bank fraud by submitting false documents to obtain loans from banks and lenders. He would lie about his income. He would lie about his debts. In one instance evidence shows he takes a profit and loss statement showing his company's lost six hundred thirty eight thousand dollars. He hasn't changed into a document that can be edited and simply changes the numbers from a six hundred thirty eight thousand dollar loss in the initial document that was sent from the Accountant. After it was turned into a word document. That Paul Manafort could edit. It shows a three million dollar game for Paul Manafort's purposes. He's telling the Bank here. Hey I've got money coming in and yes I can pay back. According to lawyers working for special counsel Robert Muller Manafort will use lies like this to secure twenty five million dollars in loans in the early months of two thousand sixteen. Paul Manafort is being pursued by Russian oligarch Oleg Pasqua while also running a multi million dollar bank fraud scheme. He's sitting in puts of desperation. His marriage is in a bad place. His finances are in a bad place. He's looking for some way to reinvent himself some lifeline and he sees trump come onto the scene. Ladies and gentlemen.
"paul r." Discussed on American Greed Podcast
"In two thousand sixteen presidential candidate. Donald trump makes waves promising to clean up American politics. We are going to Washington. Dc and we are going to drain the swamp that Spring to hope to cure. His party's nomination. The outsider candidate turns to a big time. Washington insider Paul Manafort. Ken Bogu is a reporter for the New York Times. There's a lot of irony in the trump manafort connection not the least of which is a candidate who's running as a climber. Party's platform on draining. The swamp has just hired to run his campaign. The ultimate swamp creature metaphors path to the trump campaign begins years earlier in an industrial town. Not Far from Hartford Connecticut Paul Manafort. I became enamored with politics at his father's knee. His Dad ran for and won the mayorality of new Britain Connecticut. Their home town. Franklin fourer is a staff writer for the Atlantic is Dad was a was a guy who practice a very hard style politics but new Britain was also a place that was filled with corruption. Palma for his father was accused and even charge with perjury but never convicted and had a road named bathrooms kind of a hero in his hometown. So certainly possible that the sun would conclude that you can walk right up to the end of the line without paying the penalty in the late nineteen sixties metaphor leaves new Britain for Washington. Dc Very attends Georgetown University while many members of his generation celebrate peace and love. He's pictured in the school yearbook flashing V-for-victory Son and apparent celebration. The nineteen sixty eight election. Victory up Richard Nixon after Nixon's resignation in nineteen seventy four manafort than a lawyer serves in the White House under his successor. President Gerald Four Paul Manafort even in those early days showed signs of becoming the master. Strategist that you would eventually fully realize you just this shrewd operator. Who understood how to get the head of somebody to figure out what they wanted and how he can deliver it to them after helping four defeat robber Reagan for the GOP nomination in nineteen seventy six metaphor. Works on Reagan's presidential campaign. Four years later the south will be targeted. We'll get specialized media. We will carry the Reagan record to the south particularly He kind of went where he saw an opening and by the time he was I getting evolved professionally around Reagan. That was the hot thing. In American politics it turns out to be a good bit in this present crisis. Government is not the solution to our problem. Government is the problem out of Ronald Reagan's nineteen eighty camp in Washington suddenly flooded with Republicans. Who'd been out of power for several years and they had this new power in town but nobody had figured out how to really capitalize on power. Manafort will lead the charge on K. Street DC's lobbying center in one thousand nine hundred eighty. He teams up with two other. Reagan Campaign Veterans Charlie Black and Roger Stone who will later worked for the trump campaign together. The three men form political firm with an innovative to part business marble. They were electing people who'd established intimate relationships with and then they would turn around and ask them for favors on behalf of corporate clients and this was an incredible advantage and it made them a fortune. The firm's principles bring in six figure salaries representing big-name domestic clients including a high powered New York real estate developer name Donald Trump manafort ran affirm that blew up based on a reputation for getting things. Done if you're a lobbyist you're going to be effective some of the time you're going to be effective. Maybe not all the time but the important thing is to create the perception of power and Manafort was a master of that. The way he creates. This perception is partially spelled out in a company pitch obtained by NBC News. In one thousand nine hundred ninety eight but document lists the close political ties that key members of the firm had in the Reagan administration and it promised that personal relationships with Department of State officials would be utilized to upgrade a back channel relationship. What they're doing is legal. Some considered questionable some of the old guard in Washington. Dc turned up their noses at what blackstone and Manafort were doing and they saw it as really unseemly they were breaking all sorts of norms. They were creating all sorts of new conventions for Washington. And I think it's even possible to say that through their firm Paul Manafort and his crew did a lot to create the swamp if you will as we know it over the decades that he works in Washington Paul Manafort becomes a behind the scenes master of crafting politicians images. When you set up here with all this gadgetry no because Amb where we'd have curtains on the front of the window but in this world power and money. It's not just American politician and American lobbying clients who turned to him for help. The definitely is this is before Paul Manafort of lobbyists working on behalf of scuzzy foreign governments but nobody had made it a cottage industry in quite the same way that Paul Manafort did he basically went out and found all manner of folks with unsavory reputations. Who are willing to pay huge psalms in order to try to buff their reputations and improve their standing in Washington. The word is not without controversy. The Prime Minister of the Bahamas Lynden thinly and key officials of his government have long been described in reports of American drug agents as receiving huge payoffs from big time Colombian and American drug bosses but in Nineteen eighty-four Washington. Lobbying firm run by these men. All of whom are now key advisers in the Bush campaign went to work for the pindling government at eight hundred thousand dollars a year when these reports I surface manafort's partner. Charlie black denies any wrongdoing. Saying the firm would never work for a foreigner whose interests are at odds with those of the United States. But other bad press will follow in Nineteen Ninety-two Manafort's firm then called black manafort stone and Kelly features heavily in the torturers lobby published by the center Republican Teddy. This report outlines the company's work on behalf of questionable foreign clients said to receive US aid and abuse human rights. That's certainly an argument to be made. That manafort was kind of the angel on the shoulder of some of these arguably very bad people that he was trying to get them to embrace democratic tactics and strategies but also democracy that certainly manafort and his allies saw manafort's detractors say that's a bunch of bull it's possible to know who manafort's firm works for who they lobby and how much they make because of a law called the foreign agents registration there or Farah created in the nineteen thirties. Think this is right in Madison Square Garden. Usa This a strict Cuban leader german-american hiding behind the American flag artist. Berlin the Foreign Agents Registration Act was enacted in nineteen thirty eight in response to congressional concerns about Nazi subversive activities in the United States in particular clandestine propaganda being disseminated throughout the United States. Now a partner at the law firm of Wiggin and Dana. David lawmen once served as chief of the Department of Justice's countered intelligence and Export Control Section. There he was responsible for enforcement of Farah law that requires people like metaphor disclosed their lobbying and public relations work performed in the US on behalf of a foreign power. The whole point of the statute is not to suppress or regularly the content of speech but when that speech is propagated by people United States acting on behalf of a foreign government or foreign political party to require registration with the government in periodic disclosure. So that the American people or US lawmakers can be properly put on notice of. Who's behind that content? So they can way what credit or wait too attached to it in. Farah filings like these from the nineteen eighties. Manafort divulges which foreigners? He's working for what he's doing for them. And the vast sums he's paid Paul Manafort went from being a guy came from relatively little means to a guy running affirm that was suddenly printing money. This was nineteen eighties. The age of four in Gecko and benefit with somebody when suddenly stumbled upon. Well really set out to enjoy it. Manafort and his partners and even some of the associates at the firm were wearing flashy tailored suits driving. Big Shiny cars often foreign. He got one of the biggest homes and his friends said when he had a pool. He didn't like where it was positioned so he had. It moved several feet he would disappear for weeks and come back and expense concord round trip to Paris and a week and a half and the nicest hotel.
"paul r." Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"The podcast people listen to her hours and hours long but those are I mean come on your logic. I was just I was saying you know. People are commuting a lot. They're commuting and learn a good loser. Had I lost? I would have been very gracious. We'll never know. I cannot believe I lost this quiz or I don't know so can I say angry. He's percentages and I mean. Is that really telling us how much we know about podcasts? All information that's out there. It's all I could find when I looked for about two minutes reward. It is a How FILLED BOTTLE OF PURE L? This stuff listen. I'm my blood is boiling right now. Filled with the incredible amount of rage lost this. You don't like to use. You're not a good loser. I'm not which is surprising because you think you'd be a nerd to it by now. I Am Really. I am really upset. Are you really yes? This isn't a big deal and yet one shut up. You're not a big deal because you one when I forget who wants you absolute Dick. Right now please. Let's not use that word. I find that to be offensive gender-specific very sensitive area so matt various genders anyway. This is the worst thing that's ever happened. We might have to do more quizzes just so you can win okay with what we did. We learned a lot about some of our character. Yes yes I one graciously very hard to win graciously. Let's get out here. I need to take in hearing CONAN. O'brien needs a friend and Conan O'Brien as himself produced by me Matt Chorley executive produced by Adam Saks. Jeff Ross. At Team Coco and Colin Anderson. Chris Bannon at Ear Wolf theme song by the White Stripes incidental music by Jimmy Viviana. Our.
"paul r." Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Wrote hooters only on a piece of paper. I've only if you had never been here because but I do there again. It's close to here and this time of year. The view is incredible. We're not talking about hooters. By the way that was just you just kidding kidder. No NO NO I. Of course I did what was called a joke. Couture's who give I will go there with you to that place. We can't say because if we're gets down let's face it Colorado Conan O'Brien or going to a restaurant. Sure if you could even go out like if you go out places and people just talk to you all the time you know what I do. I go out dressed as lesser celebrities. So that I'm not hassled. I really do. I go out disguised as a celebrity who I believe is not true to below me and and I don't WanNa say ams that's hurtful but that way down my God. Oh I'm in total agreement over them. Yeah see but then. There's there's this one right here I wanNA know I wanNA be bothered somewhat. I don't WanNa go out in disguise. I want people to kind of recognize me. And that's why you. Yeah that's wild. Go out as someone who was like in a Sitcom in the nineteen eighties and hasn't worked much sense. So that people go you know and I get some attention but not. It's not the overwhelming there's Conan. O'brien will you can just imagine the mania that would break out if I were only imagine it with me. Many times and gets out of control does not get out of control gets completely out of Control and people look at you. And they're like yeah visit him. I feel like people look at me and go like Oh my God no. I can't be always talk about that because you made it in this huge way as this other entity but when you walk around people they do they know it's you right away they do but you know you know this to or maybe you don't like he can. I can never tell and I'm always very unlike as I walk down the street. I'm like does this person recognize me. Do they recognize you thinking about that all the time every second? I'm wondering are people recognizing me or not you know. It's funny so if they do. There's a little anxiety. I bet that they will recognize you. Because then you have to engage in conversation. And you might. The bubble will be the broken. But if they don't recognize you bend. Your feelings are so you're in a fucked up situation. I was at your party at Christmas speaking with somebody about this very subject. I'm not making this up and going by the way I am always in situations where people start to go. Oh my God I really love you and I love that thing you did and it turns out to be you. The person that I was talking to was Martin. Short really all the time people. I'm halfway through and I'm like well wait a minute you're talking about Ed grimly. Not peewee Herman. And they're like oh I mean they never say difference with Martin Short. Yes office and does anyone ever. You think anyone ever goes up to Martin. Short and thinks that they're Paul reubens if they do Martin Short wasn't kind enough to tell. That would have been nice if he said that he could have even made that. Marty I know your friends call you Marty. God you're so much. You're so filled with venom. I am a nerve. Hit a nerve rule. Yeah People Think Greta Gerwig that a lot they do people say oh my God. You're so young and you're beautiful. You're taller than yeah. You're very tall little. How did you direct little women and I go and unhappy in the first part and then I suddenly? I'm like no no I'm not Greta Gerwig and then I talked to Greta Gerwig. And she said she does not get mistaken for me. I WanNa meet Greta Gerwig. I really serious real thing. I'm saying on your show in case she's out there. Any of her friends are going go Greta. You know he could be sending you gifts are gifts or whatever on your birthday This a lot of celebrities. Listen to this podcast really and I am. I going to say I'm not even kidding. There's a ninety five percents Greta Gerwig listening right now. Well I'm out to hurt people already this faster. You're never going to get through her people. Okay you know after little women that's a lot of people I loved little women and I loved the movie that she made before that Lady Bird Lady. Bird Lady Bird. That's the Lyndon Johnson Story. It's the story of Lyndon Johnson and the musical score was by the weekend all together. We'll circle yeah. I know I've cool modern references. You seem to be very backwards. Backwards back in the forties and the fifties. But a day doesn't go by that. I'm not listening to the latest of Wrath by Aquafina or you know you know wearing the latest threads up.
"paul r." Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Would let me out on Manor House cleaning off my please please. I just wanted to take as Morell out for some Ongo Molly but anyway I used to whenever my date would take a bite. I go trump. Oh God and then they would say I'm out of here. Yeah didn't you tell me that when you went out with Liza? You're doing your murder where you tell. Call people murderer. When I went on my first real date with my wife I was wasn't just that I mutter a lot and I like Popeye and I was doing it to see. If she's going to like me. We might as well find out now. Yeah so the Cabbie was saying. Which would you want to go to? Mike? I'll tell you what I go. Oh God that was doing all my little voices and weird things that I do and she thought. Oh He's insane and she but I said if I thought and I think wisely if she can clear that hurdle which she did then then we're golden. Nice Yeah Nice and we've been married now. Seventeen years. There was a a six year period. There were. She moved out and refused. Speak to me. That was an awful man. She moved back in. So we're good okay. Anyway this is neither here nor there. We got people to interview and one person in particular today because this podcast is not just us. It's also the wonderful people who come on the program and we have a fantastic yesterday. My guest today is beloved. He's the creator of the iconic character. Peewee Herman He started in the television series. Pee Wee's playhouse and the Hilarious Film Pee. Wee's big adventure. He is currently touring cities across the country on the pee. Wee's big adventure thirty fifth anniversary tour. I can't believe it's been thirty five years. And what hilarious movie. We're very excited. He's with us.
"paul r." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Was somebody where crazy sound on his voice gene gene burns. You know whatever the sounds like y'all rock idols. So inspires your little bit. You know it's interesting. You mention the darker. Sound that Greg brought to that and then you talk about John's experimentation because John was sometimes the one bringing in the darker energy the slight darkness of you know like it's getting better all the time. It couldn't couldn't get much worse. Yeah that's the fan edition that that just adds a different shadow. Yeah that's true. I mean we all brought that you know. This is the thing what happens. You know over time things become legendary. So you'll get. John was the dark one. Pose the Q. One and that's not true because we each had a bit of that or the other so George could be very much the wandered. Bring that in. But you know what I'm talking about it. I was used that example of the song. Getting better I go. It's getting better all the time and jungles code and get much worse so you know. That's a good example of how he would do that but often it could be. George do just as much as John would and I think you know. I would sometimes take John Songs and darken them. I mean come. Together was a very jolly little song when John brought it in and it was like no. We're not GONNA do that. Says Seventeen year old? You suit yeah. Oh we WANNA swamped it out man. So that's the point. In case were Johnson was reported table to go to the pool and we had those kind of influences on each other but the story sticks. The John was the dark on. I was the light on. George was the mystic one you know and some degree that's true but we each had aspects of all those kind of forces and ring or to you know he would come in sort of put some drumming on it to where we like. Whoa I mean I had the song get back. I'm just going to get back. Don't you back and he comes on. That trombley makes that record as we're all four corners of a square the Beatles. It was a very democratic group so we all brew ideas in. Maybe John and I wrote most of the songs with George wrote some of the best songs. You know like Something you know some of those songs he wrote so fantastic and with this idea of homes on the legends that stick and what we might be missing will soon hear the fifty anniversary box set of the white album. Yeah what surprises are in store for us. So the legend of course is that this is where things get difficult. There's a lot of tension during these sessions that are spread over. I think five months or so and sometimes the group is recording as individuals rather than as a group is the legend. They are true or do you remember those sessions differently. You know the thing is because it was towards the end of the Beatles all the forces that were later going to break the Beatles up which is mainly business. To tell you the truth there was a lot of arguing about business. And we didn't like we'd always traditionally just left to someone else but it got a bit dangerous to do and that someone else was different somewhere else actually was about to nick it all. So that is the period after Brian. Epstein's death at the start of Apple Award referring to is Alan. Alan Klein you got dangerous was an idea that he was maybe going to take over and take over all the money and all the stuff that we'd have done announced that made it a difficult period. But you know the great thing was when we got in the studio it all changed because we were just these four guys again and it wasn't to do business is now to do music. And so sometimes we did record separately. I WOULD DO BLACKBIRD. But only because it's a Solo Song. I did yesterday and I said an okay guys. What are you going to do on this? And they also will. We can't it's a solo song you know. It wasn't because we were arguing. Some of the great songs like she's so heavy johns. I mean we all got ride in the. There's no we were peace. When we were playing music in the studio it was always a thrill from the word go when the Beatles who formed to word stop in. We always got in the studio and even if we're arguing that kind of got superseded by the music and you know we argued like families argue. I mean in the early days. It was always John George arguing about who would. Obviously I'm loudest degree. Okay look you know we go Joe. Let's put it at seven. Okay put it seven and then you re be playing into just see George GonNa back his own go nine Unin. John noticed who he'd quietly sneaked autism. Ten you then that would go. Hey you got mike but other than the you know. When we played music it came good..
"paul r." Discussed on Doublestruck Stories
"Ability for the debacle including his two for 11 shooting six fouls and 6 turnovers then retreated to atlanta for some privacy and reflection sometimes harden says i want to sit in my little box and be left alone now on june 25th harden was dining with friends in la when his phone lit up again he glanced at his caller id and excused himself in the table gotta take this one he said when he stepped outside the name on the screen gleaned back at him chris paul i in paul said what do you mean yerin harden asked harden and paul were friends and they had traded texts throughout the season cb three he knew was examining his pending freeagent options and harden was hopeful houston was on paul's shortlist but he was in the dark about where paul was leading i mean i'm in paul repeated i want to come to houston i want to play with you rockets general manager darryl maury had lusted after paul for more than a decade he was part of a celtic staff back in two thousand five the tried to deal it star paul pierce on draft night for the rights to the rookie point guard as houston's gm maury tried to trade for paul in december two thousand eleven when he was dealt from new orleans to the clippers in two thousand thirteen the last time cb 3s contract was up maury presented him with a custom designed chris paul and a little chris bobblehead the rendition of the point guard and his son didn't land them a face to face free agency meeting but for some reason even after paul react with the clippers he held onto that bobblehead and maury held onto the dream so it was that in mori's war room this offseason houston's two thousand seventeen free agency whiteboard was dominated by his decision tree a failings of available players myriad numbers some eros formulas hypotheticals and one name circled in red marker chris paul the end for both men was swift and cruel as harden sat at his locker after game six alone the helplessness reverberated player development coach irving rowland.