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Russia releases US Marine vet as part of prisoner exchange

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia releases US Marine vet as part of prisoner exchange

"Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has released released released released a a a a marine marine marine marine veteran veteran veteran veteran as as as as part part part part of of of of a a a a prisoner prisoner prisoner prisoner exchange exchange exchange exchange with with with with the the the the United United United United States States States States Trevor Trevor Trevor Trevor reed reed reed reed had had had had been been been been in in in in prison prison prison prison for for for for nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years in in in in Russia Russia Russia Russia president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden met met met met last last last last month month month month with with with with rates rates rates rates parents parents parents parents Paula Paula Paula Paula and and and and Joey Joey Joey Joey we've we've we've we've been been been been trying trying trying trying for for for for over over over over a a a a year year year year we we we we could could could could just just just just speak speak speak speak to to to to the the the the president president president president that that that we we we felt felt felt like like like we we we could could could make make make this this this thing thing thing happen happen happen that's that's that's exactly exactly exactly what what what happened happened happened in in in a a a statement statement statement president president president Biden Biden Biden said said said the the the negotiations negotiations negotiations that that that brought brought brought read read read home home home require require require difficult difficult difficult decisions decisions decisions that that that he he he does does does not not not take take take lightly lightly lightly Joey Joey Joey reed reed reed tells tells tells the the the AP AP AP based based based on on on video video video he he he is is is seen seen seen he's he's he's worried worried worried about about about his his his son's son's son's help help help hopefully hopefully hopefully we we we got got got him him him out out out the the the person person person that that that got got got him him him out out out of of of there there there before before before you you you have have have any any any no no no lasting lasting lasting like like like lifelong lifelong lifelong health health health issues issues issues because because because of of of it it it but but but we'll we'll we'll see see see in in in exchange exchange exchange the the the US US US return return return Constantine Constantine Constantine your your your sienko sienko sienko a a a Russian Russian Russian pilot pilot pilot who's who's who's been been been serving serving serving a a a twenty twenty twenty year year year federal federal federal prison prison prison sentence sentence sentence in in in Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut for for for conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy to to to smuggle smuggle smuggle cocaine cocaine cocaine into into into the the the U. U. U. S. S. S. I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Will Dan Bongino Make It to the 18th Hole at Masters Tournament?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | Last month

Will Dan Bongino Make It to the 18th Hole at Masters Tournament?

"I buy experiences You know I just did the final four duke death core a lot in North Carolina game We're sitting there in a fourth row and I was just telling jib there were to break There was nothing like being there Well Paula like is this happening What the hell is this happening And Jim uses the same line What the hell's happening right now I was like I couldn't believe it Experiences matter So I said hey I really want to get to the masters And I need some advice on because I've never been to a golf you've got any golf adding at all before I said how do you get to the 18th hole now that Tiger is playing Man did I get a ton of advice You all are great And one guy said though nah you're a celebrity Use your connections folks I am the least celebrity ish Is that a word I think I just made up celebrity gyms like no it's not It's okay I don't know where you get what definition of the word you're using I may have some degree of notoriety only because I'm on Fox and I said but I believe me I am the farthest thing from a celebrity I do not leave my office studio or house ever I come into contact outside of the local gym I go to would probably less than ten people a week and I have zero and I mean zero connections Zero none When I went to Daytona for Fox Fox had to get me in there And when I went in there I couldn't believe how many people knew who I was Be Apollo we're like wow you spin Paul is like wow this is pretty cool Like people know you I'm not kidding I was like shocked by the whole thing It's not a joke it's not fake humble guy but I'm not kidding I was like stung by it I am not I have no connections I know no one People call me all the time Friends of mine They go hey looking for a job do you know anyone Nope Nope Don't know anyway I haven't even told you It doesn't matter I don't know anyone It doesn't matter what job you want I haven't even said anything yet I don't care I don't know anyone

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Biden's Off-Script Remarks About Putin Are so Dangerous

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Biden's Off-Script Remarks About Putin Are so Dangerous

"You're going to take down Putin. That could be a good question to ask. Because that's listened to the words you actually spoke when you were in Europe. Slow Joe. Cut two from yesterday. Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia. For free people refused to live in a world of hopelessness and darkness. We will have a different future, a brighter future rooted in democracy and principal hope and light of decency and dignity of freedom and possibilities. For God's sake, this man can not remain power. I hate saying it. But that is the president of the United States who said that. For God's sake, this man can not stay in power. That wasn't in the bowels of The White House. It wasn't on a secure VTC video teleconference from inside the crisis situation room underneath the west wing. It wasn't a flip comment in the Oval Office with one of your lackeys. You were standing in front of television cameras, broadcasting live. And what is the principle principle? You kind of say that what principle? How hard is it for a grown human being to say the world prince Paula? We know your scene now. We know you've had two brain aneurysms. So why does anyone let you talk off teleprompter?

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Dr. Paula Price on Why She Created Price University of Oklahoma

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Dr. Paula Price on Why She Created Price University of Oklahoma

"More about price university and the work that you're doing. Well, price university was born out of the idea that we could not accredit apostles and profits. And I defy fold in the threefold. You can get a degree as an evangelist, pass through a teacher. You can not get a degree in the traditional setting as a profit or an apostle. Yet, we're supposed to be first and second. Well, if we can't be accredited, we can't be credentialed so that we sit at those tables. And contribute to the decisions and the actions, then we're just figureheads. And so I found it Christ price university curriculum. I designed it for I was taking me 25 years. I designed it over 25 years. I wrote most of the textbooks and we're now en route to accreditation. And this is in Oklahoma. Is that Oklahoma? But it's also online. So

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Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

"Hey everybody, Charlie Kirk here. We are at the national radio broadcast association here in Nashville, Tennessee and you meet all sorts of wonderful people at these types of conventions and they come on your show and you learn from them. So with us right now is a new friend. Doctor Paula price, founder of price university. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Great. Nothing but sparkling things about you. So we're going to have a blast. You've been talking to my relatives. Well, I'm not actually that's not true. Not all of my relatives would say that about me. So doctor price introduce yourself to our audience. Well, I am doctor Paula price. I have a church administrator called well actually called the embassy on the pastor and founder of congregation of the mighty where God's lands and I am the founder of price university author of the prophet's dictionary prophets handbook. I have a talk show called taking it on with Paula price. I train leaders and ministers around the world. So you're an underachiever, basically. You have a school, you have a church, you have the whole thing. So your outspoken Christian, you know, you believe in the natural law. I'm also the state committee appointment for Republican Party district one in Oklahoma. In Oklahoma. Oklahoma. Well, that's awesome. So let me just kind of ask you, we can kind of go from there, kind of go from this sort of topic, which is traditionally in the last couple of decades, the black community is not conservative, not Republican. What is your theory as to why that is the case? Well, I actually have a historical fact on that black Americans were Republican until Nixon. Nixon refused an audience with Martin Luther King, and because he did Martin Luther King, went to Kennedy, and Kennedy gave them the platform. So he took and brought black America under the Nixon was vice president. Yeah, well, part of that. Nixon was president after Kennedy was. I know, but when he wanted to have a meeting for him to back them, according to a book I read, I could be wrong. No, I know it would make sense because it would be in the 50s when Nixon was Eisenhower's vice president. Right. And the reason that I say that is because everybody talks about how we only voted Republican. Yes, that's right. Because of Martin Luther King, he shifted us to vote democratic. Got it. So would you think that mainly in the black community, their values are conservative in nature? Yeah, we are very conservative, but the issue is we don't, and I talk to on us because Republicans since I was 18. I've never been anything else. I mean, I did not like the way the Democrats were running and my neighborhood and my community. So I didn't. But I do know that we feel like we're ignored or we're misunderstood or we are pretty much not

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CNN Unfairly Covers Canadian Truckers Protest

The Larry Elder Show

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

CNN Unfairly Covers Canadian Truckers Protest

"CNN just teed off on these truckers. Listen to this. In our healthy Canada is seeing it second week of protests against COVID restriction, protests that have crippled everyday life there. It started with a group of truckers, angry about vaccine mandates, blocking traffic on January 29th. Over the weekend, more demonstrations sprouted across the country in Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec City, streets are clogged, the honking is incessant and deafening. Many businesses and even some schools can not open. Now the mayor of Ottawa was declaring a state of emergency. Let's get right to CNN's Paula Newton who's live in Otto and Paula. Police have been reluctant to take any major steps to clear the protesters because of fears of escalating matters. Same network cheering on people trashing the streets, causing violence, including deaths during the four months after the death of George Floyd.

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People Are Divided Over Whoopi Goldberg's Suspension

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

People Are Divided Over Whoopi Goldberg's Suspension

"You'll never see a headline in The Hollywood Reporter, ABC divided over firing Roseanne Barr over one tweet. Nobody shouldn't around saying the cash of the talk or the chew or whatever the heck the name of the show was that Sharon Osbourne was on. Nobody sits around and says, people divided about Sharon bean fired because she defended Piers Morgan. Nobody says anything in defense of Paula Deen or Mike lindell or any other victims of cancel culture, but when did somebody on the left when it's a, when it's a superstar of the left? Well, we're divided. Real simple for me. They made these rules. And they need to play by

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Jake Tapper Speaks Somberly of Low Approval Ratings for Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Jake Tapper Speaks Somberly of Low Approval Ratings for Joe Biden

"You. Here's Jake tapper over at CNN. With the grim, this is CNN now. CNN functions as a Democrat arm. This is the Democrat channel. They advocate all things Democrat over at CNN, while pretending their news people. And here's Jake tapper dutifully pointing out how Biden's numbers are underwater in every measurable category. But CNN's new Paula poll says Biden's overall job approval rating at 42% and that includes a new Monmouth survey that says only 30% of Americans think that President Biden is very concerned with the economic well-being of average Americans. That's the poll of polls. The poll of polls

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Golden State Warriors Part-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Doesn't Care About Uyghurs in China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Golden State Warriors Part-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Doesn't Care About Uyghurs in China

"Jim you up for me the one of those minority owner of the Golden State Warriors Paula happened that palapa Forgive me from saying to me I promise I'm not doing I'm terrible at names People call me everything okay Bongino bongino I'm used to it So it's I'm not doing it on purpose So this is one of the minority owners of the basketball team the Golden State Warriors He's in on this podcast He's doing an interview that's all in podcast This is the left folks This guy's a leftist This is some guy who claims he's all into social change and climate change and all this stuff I know you've heard it a thousand times but it's worth repeating This is the left They are who you thought they were to quote Dennis green the old coach of the Arizona card They are very Thank you daddy You knew I was thinking that right I did not tell you to do You can read my mind now They are who we think they are That's who the left is They're now hiding it They don't believe in the police They don't believe in borders They don't believe that your money is your money They think it's theirs and you vote for it Because of rich guys like this guy queue it up Here is chamath palapa One of the co owners of the Golden State Warriors Saying about the Uyghurs Muslim Uyghurs being tortured in prison in China I don't really care about the Uighurs That's kind of beneath my pay grade here Check this out Nobody cares about what's happening to the weekers okay You bring it up because you really care And I think what do you think The rest of us don't care I'm just very hard I'm telling you I don't care I'm telling you a very hard ugly truth okay Of all the things that I care about yes it is below my line Okay Of all the things that I care about it is below my

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The Left Is Consistently Wrong About a Cornucopia of Things... But Why?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:14 min | 6 months ago

The Left Is Consistently Wrong About a Cornucopia of Things... But Why?

"So this week we've been covering often this divide in America I mean the real divide I don't mean it kind of like a silly over the top unnecessarily verbose way I mean an actual divide Grand Canyon like chasm where you have us the liberty lovers on one side And then you have these radical leftist lunatics on the other side And by the divide I mean this divide of like facts reason and reality You know there's always gonna be knuckleheads with any political affiliation I get that but don't you find it bizarre that the alternate universe the left lives in is so easily refutable by actually doing a modicum of homework on facts and data and yet they refuse to do it They are consistently wrong about a cornucopia of things Consistently just take part and I'm not talking about opinion matters I'm not talking about matters of opinion Like hey do you like hot weather or cold weather What do you think the ideal temperature for you That's a matter of opinion so right or wrong answer Paula's likes the heat She's Colombian she's loves the heat Paula likes the temperature in the house at like 97 I can't take it I can't I like the thing like an icebox So we've had to come to an agreement and I keep it at 67 and she puts like 30 blankets on But that's a matter of opinion The left isn't wrong about that They're wrong about matters of fact All the time that's the chasm And that's why the country is so divided We have the right us on the right and we are right saying no this is what happens when it comes to global warming This is what's going on with police officers and the shooting of unarmed black men Here are the actual numbers Here's who the written house the people involved in the case their race was white not black Here's what happened with the Trump tax cuts and here's what's going on like I said with the Corona with the climate climate change stuff And here's the coronavirus death rate These are facts The case fatality rate the infection fatality rate from coronavirus effects So how is it that the left keeps getting us wrong Well we understand that in the middle of a filling that chasm you know with with a moat full of alligators so that the sides never talk is the

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North Korea Claims to Have Tested Long-Range Cruise Missiles

CNN 5 Things

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

North Korea Claims to Have Tested Long-Range Cruise Missiles

"North korea says it successfully tested new long range. Cruise missiles over the weekend stayed renews agency says the missiles had been in development for two years and hits targets about nine hundred miles away with more from seoul. Here's c. n. N.'s paula hancocks. Seen a couple of military parades in recent months and experts have consistently been saying that at some point north korea will need to test them but the fact is it doesn't technically break any of the rules. There are un security council sanctions against north korea. But for its ballistic missile technology not for cruise missiles both. Us and south. Korean officials tell cnn. They're looking into the

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Judge Rules Philadelphia Can't Remove a Christopher Columbus Statue

Red Eye Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Judge Rules Philadelphia Can't Remove a Christopher Columbus Statue

"Christopher Columbus are celebrating a court victory. The statue of the Explorer is located in Marconi Plaza and South Philadelphia. Judge Paula Patrick says the city had no legal basis to remove it. The statue was a symbol of contention last summer during social justice rallies between people who wanted to protect it from vandalism and those who thought the statue was a symbol of hate. Friends of Marconi Plaza President Richards, a drone tells Fox 29 Philadelphia They wanted to exhaust all Legal possibilities. I believe in America. That's the way it's supposed to, and the process played out that way, and I'm proud to be a part of the mayor's office tells Fox 29. They are disappointed with the ruling and are considering an appeal. Rob Dawson Fox News, a federal appeals

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Bipolar Disorder: Depressed, Mentally Ill & Famous

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

02:23 min | 9 months ago

Bipolar Disorder: Depressed, Mentally Ill & Famous

"Bernard sizzles. Sonny corinthos gorgeous star. Abc's hit soap opera. General hospital in real life. The devoted family man has been married to his sweetheart paula for fourteen years and they live a quiet life in los angeles with their two daughters. But maurice's life isn't as picture-perfect as it seems every day behind the scenes. Maurice battles mental illness that once left him violent suicidal and at its worst locked inside a mental institution wondering if he'd ever get out so maurice's struggle with the demons of his bipolar disorder began in his early twenties just as he was beginning is acting career. I think the real start of it was I woke up in my friends apartment. And i was drinking and i was crying uncontrollably. I think i'm losing my mind. That was just beginning of the battle inside maurice bernard's brain at twenty two. He slipped into what he calls the dark side and turned violent against his mother. Kind of physical by the arm. When i looked at my dad. And i said that i was the devil and i was yelling at him. Scary it my mind was was racing undermines. Now it's kind of like being in a nightmare and not being able to wake up. They had to admit me. I went to a psychiatric hospital. I was strapped down in the wheelchair. Remember waking up in the sunlight was coming through. The window. Could barely hear. I died in manhattan. He was trapped in his own nightmare heavily medicated and restrained in solitary confinement in a mental institution. I remember having lots of and then ending in that state. You almost feel like it's always gonna to be that way. So why is life worth living. Maurice was diagnosed as manic depressive. What's happening inside of you. You almost feel like you. You wanna explode. You have so much emotion so much energy almost like drug. The high you get from it but for maurice. The manic highs are always followed by deep paralyzing depression. I had no confidence. You look in the mirror and you you still the same person but it doesn't matter. It's what's happening inside. It's just an enormous enormous amount of

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Tips for Starting a YouTube Channel with Tattoo Artist YouTuber Terry Lively

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Tips for Starting a YouTube Channel with Tattoo Artist YouTuber Terry Lively

"What was your set up because i know some people are thinking. I'd like to start on youtube. We know we've said a million times that for anybody that's new here. You know that. Google owns youtube. So youtube is part of the search engine. I shared some statistics that most people when they are going to youtube. They put in how to blank right when they're searching. Something like youtube. Get so many hit so i know there are a lot of pd professionals. That have thought about it from their business. But they're like. Oh i don't have the right setup or you know anything like that but i know you didn't start with like everything being perfect because no one dies. If you go back to my old videos are really bad. I look at them and i just cringe but i like to leave a mutt. Because they do contain really valuable information that we can still use today. Right left them up. I was just in my studio sitting at a table. I had a cheap little camera and the first mistake i made. I'll tell you all my mistakes was making my videos too long. I go back and look and i would review two or three machines. Earn one video end up being thirty minutes. Nobody wants to see nowadays. They want short concise. Get in there and get the information. Get out type of videos so through the years of doing this. I have learned so much about making them shorter having really good contact content things that are up. You're interested in. I started out. Like i said just reviewing machines but then added in pigments and inks and needles and paula help artists tips and tricks. Day to day things that we deal with interesting case studies so through the years. I've just kind of made it a little bit better and better on my sound as you can see. I have a plain background. That's one thing i've learned. Is that if you can just have a plain background. You don't want anything that's going to distract for what you're saying as you know the point you're trying to make in your video so you know sound is very important. Get some cheap lighting and you can get lighting from amazon. That's very reasonable and try to set up one little space in your studio where you can do your videos. So that's kind of what i've done

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Biden Says Guns Are Source of Violence yet Fails to Study Facts and Root Causes

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 11 months ago

Biden Says Guns Are Source of Violence yet Fails to Study Facts and Root Causes

"So tomorrow, Joe Biden will have his Paula bureau that surrounds some cobble together a bunch of words on note cards where he'll talk about guns. As the source of violence in this country. Guns. It's like the filibuster. We got to get rid of the filibuster. We got to get rid of guns. See, they don't want to dress the people behind the filibuster and what they've done over the decades. They don't want to address the people who pulled the trigger on the guns. No, no, no, no, it's the guns. It's the guns. Even though we know more people are killed in this country with knives. Those are the static. A Who cares? Facts don't matter when you're debating the left. They just don't. It's their agenda. They drive the narrative. They have morons like Chuck Todd out there. Pushing the narrative because they're good Little Democrats, soldiers They're not going to talk about the root causes of crime. You know when it comes to immigration The The second. Birthing person, aka the vice president. Sugar to Guatemala. We can. Hey, you know, we got to get to the root causes and we had really a good Good meeting. I would call it a success if I regretting myself. Can we get to the root causes of crime Now? What are your white racist? Oh, Guns. Guns. Okay, It's guns. The Democrats have answers to nothing. Because they reject reason and knowledge and science while claiming to embrace all of them. So it's going to be guns because that's easy. It's easy to control. You.

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Paula Brennan  Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Paula Brennan Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

"When you hear the term and when i say digital marketing online mocking what does that mean to you. Well this is back going to go back because it was around two thousand nine hundred ten when i started leukemia said if like facebook marketing and things like that you know back in dies you could pretty much like p- pasta shape and you'd have sixty me follow as the next day. Do you know that. Respect when i had the wedding studio Look into how could hotness that a little bit better figured out some systems that worked but then very quickly recognized that the algorithms were introduced in you know. The organic reach wasn't as easy. So i had to start learning about high traffic. Sorry it was probably around two thousand twelve. I would say that. I really started kind of educating myself around and doing looks online courses and things to figure out how to you know many people like these so i was doing things creating landing pages and silence pages. I looked at Creates very crude rudimentary funnel spec in the early days and then obviously learning to drive traffic to that using facebook ads so there was quite a good period of education for myself. Maybe about threes. Where i was you know. I was already a good shooter so i didn't have to learn about photography angle of things what i really worked on with Marketing side. and how do i drive traffic. And how do i take the numbers to increase the the the results of h campaign. I guess i love. I'm so excited to keep going with this conversation because you are talking my language so when you have all this experience you you're a successful she'll like you say you grown up a photographer like us success. When they know how to run a business talk me through that change or that transition. Interpersonal brandy photography. Why you did it and you did sorry. I guess when. I was running the portrait business. What i found was a lot of my clients are coming to the guy all. Can i just get a headshot doing the headshots so lack all not to say to fight of me doing excited as well. Maybe a little bit of behind the scenes and of course any say not really messy Why pay kind you know the instagram laugh. That instagram version. If you're working in sorry. I started then looking following a lot of the big online entrepreneurs who coincidentally the people who will leaning Signed time so. You're looking at like the lex. Murray fully as the antiporda fields. They sort of big huge entrepreneurs out day. You've got a. I mean you down a liberal going down to the lexi. The tiny robbins fit most of the people. That were of out spatting personal branding. At the time. I was watching what they were doing. In their fade and let's face paper were employing photography's but a lot of the young upstart so we're talking like the twenty and thirty. Somethings in the demographic in the same area of entrepreneurship with doing it themselves. And they'll find really creative ways of utilizing day i

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Happier No Matter What With Tal Ben-Shahar

Live Happy Now

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Happier No Matter What With Tal Ben-Shahar

"Week. We're talking with new york times. Bestselling author tau bench shahar. Who's new book happier no matter what looks at how we can cultivate hope resilience in purpose even during the most difficult times of our lives. Let's hear what he has to say. Thank you so much for coming back on. Live happy now. Thank you paula. It's great to be back. Well we had a wonderful reason to have you back because you've got a new book out and it's called happier no matter what one thing that i really like about this book. Is that right up front. You talk about covert and quarantines and how that affected us. So why was it important for you to write a book that specifically spoke to this time in our lives would happen soon as covert hits and new social unrest seemed like a world was or we were losing control over our world. Many people approached me and said you know what is the relevance of science of happiness now. isn't it a bit redundant. One of my friends went as far as suggesting that we quarantine happiness for awhile and in response to that. I wrote the book and the basic argument is that not only is the science of happiness still important. It's actually more important than ever. Yeah and so. Many people are thinking about survival whether that's their physical health. Are there mental health and you point out that happiness and those things are not mutually exclusive. The happiness plays a big role in that. Have very much so you know what would help to me articulate initially for myself and then for my students the importance off the signs that the relevance is actually a concept that was coined by seen. Todd in a seem is a professor at new york university and he writes about the concept of anti fragility anti fragility in other words the opposites affair fragility and what he does is essentially take resilience to the next level. So residents two point. Oh if if you wish specifically you know resilience is about the ability to bounce back. It's going back to where we were before to our original state anti fragility or resilience. Two point oh is bouncing back higher not going back to where we were before but going to a place that is higher better stronger than it was before. This is what resilience to point. Always

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 "Split-Man"  Andy Gross & Diane Nichols    Show 10b   - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"Split-Man" Andy Gross & Diane Nichols Show 10b - burst 1

"I actually got the call from you one day. It was like a monday or tuesday. Never forget i get the call. Say hey can you come to work the club. I said this is great. Yeah when you should like tomorrow or the next day or two on thursday through sunday deal. So i was excited. This is my first big break. Then i real club aac club. And i was ecstatic so i flew up right away. Gotta take it got where you pick me up. Never forget you drive me around and we gotta stop it this Thrift store your or whatever. Okay club whatever. Sure so shopping club. And then you explain to me said this is supposed to be all ladies twenty weekend all female comedians y- while yeah and you told me so one of them got sick so i've got this idea that you just come out wearing dress so we're going to go in the store and get your address. You didn't give you much time to think or talk about you so we're just going to go in and get that trust. I'm thinking uh okay. All right okay. I'll go with this. You know in in times of challenges like losing a featured act and need to replace somebody in an all women's show you got to be quick on your feet exactly and you know what but you we address. We got a couple of them. Just in case you didn't match me or something and but you you were really professional about. I'll never forget. I was gone. I went along with it. No problem but the way you introduced it you just you said what happened. Hey one of the girls had to drop out so we have a special guest for you and you set it up perfect. I came out. I wore the dress. Her you know minute took it off in the win about doing and it was my first real big break and the chat went great. You had me back in back and back and back and were big big Part of me getting into comedy and learning comedy because that was a near stage more than any other stage and really really helped me to this day asleep. We were in a position to offer people that we thought had the potential. And i at that time we had more than one club and so we could give people a lot of work. Give him an opportunity to grow and people like you and paula poundstone and We were the first stop for garry. Shandling out of tucson arizona. The first stop for will durst Doing political comedy so we were the first headlining room that a lot of people got to work and we took that seriously and worked really hard with the entertainers to help them

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Listen to stop because that's the important part. You get to check a box and say which max fund shows you listen to again, that's your opportunity say nobody listens to Paula Poundstone hit it again, you're a member. Now, your membership contribution is ongoing and will process automatically each month. You don't have to do anything else unless the card expires or you expire or you decide to cancel become a member. Now. This is the time to do it people. Now once you become a member, you know, you're gonna start to feel some changes in your body. You're gonna feel shiver and there's nothing to be ashamed of little shape. Natural started pumping. If you're this is not fake. Now for women your breasts may become bigger. And made a stirring down below. You might all perfectly norms is the normal process of donating to not cast. That's exactly you may feel when you hear my voice, you may feel closer to me. Right. And that's the way you may hear Adam in every episode as a member and again, that's perfectly normal. Thank you ten dollars a month member. All right. So again, do it right now our goal of twenty five thousand new and upgrading members. It's I feel like this podcast alone is gonna get us there. Oh, no question. But it depends on you thousand that's low for us. Exactly. Out thing we can do that. And after noon, I just I just did that on Moran distri exactly twenty five thousand new members hold on. So do it now while it's on your mind. It's easy and gosh, we'd be grateful maximum fund dot org slash donate. If you have any questions comments concerns, you can always Email us, and nobody listens to Paula Poundstone at gmaiLcom. You can also follow me, and or Paula on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and, you know, Adam theory, do you bet if every nobody listens to Paula Poundstone listener tells just one friend about our show, we will have five new listeners in no time. Yeah. Some people aren't sure how to bring it up in conversation. So here is some simple. Simple. Dial this new simple sample dialogue. Yes. Okay. This could be very helpful. All right. Let's hear it. All right listeners friend is it true. You bet. Five hundred dollars on a horse named throws another shoe at one thousand four hundred sixty to one odds and one listener. Yup. Listeners friend you didn't have five hundred dollars to throw around. What made you take a chance on such a long shot listener? Oh, that's easy. I listened to nobody listens. Paula Poundstone and all of that after leaves me with a feeling of possibility. That's that's that's a nice piece of dialogue. Helpful for a listener that wants to explain to their friend. You obviously mean that sort of a general guideline for Howard dialogue might go. This dialogue for someone. This uses syphilis for someone can I five hundred dollars on a horse named throws another shoe. Do you know the under sixty two odds and to one odds and one I'm going to be honest with you, can I be honest with you for second it, go feel like at this point when it comes to the sample dialogue. You just fucking with me. That's really does. Because each week. It gets so much more specific to the point where this week for that dialogue to actually take place. It would require there being a horse named throws another shoe. Yeah. At one thousand four hundred sixty to one odds, which I'm not even sure is a thing that wings. That's the thing. Yes. Yes. The person would then win a lot of money. But I. Title day. We're able to make such a long shot. Bet is that because of the laughter that came their way from nobody listens to poa Pouncer this part. I do they were full of possibility to see that. I do have all that money. They could very easily become a five dollar month member. This is what I'm saying. Do you understand what I'm saying that show for this easy in a my get what you're saying is it's not possible. It's a plausible. It's just messing with me. That's true. Yeah. You are. I think it's is there horse named that throws another shoe. Yes. Probably. That is our show this evening. Nobody listens. Poundstone is hosted by Paula Poundstone, and yours truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone. Adam Felber, Bonnie burns, Kinloch Zednik, Nick. And Tony Anita. Oh technical direction by Ray horsemen and mixing by Anthony. I'll farro special thanks to tonight's house band. Eric Halvor, man. You were great. This time. You're great last time. I think you're gonna be great next time and thanks again to our guest. Dr Wayne grody, Dr jasmine Tehrani our head of security is Jona knuckles. Glickman transcription services for this show provided by transcribe me for your special Paula Poundstone specific discount, use code Paula Poundstone when placing your order at transcribe me dot com. That's our show for tonight won't somebody. Please listen to me. Yeah. Become a member. Maximum dot org. Comedy in culture artists. Don't audience supported.

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Night. Zeh does my gets the Bill. Now tell you feel more of your name. I can tell you what's causing that. He got a motive motoring. As the sun sets in the distance in Paula coughs up stuff onto maranda street. I wanna say thank you Dr Mark Mets for clearing up. These moldy myths Pala what advice can you give our listeners about allergic reactions to mold. Hey, we Johnson house band. Give me a little mold music. Yeah. If you are in a restaurant and your waitress slims, your home fries down on the table and says one anything else, they may be one of the many people who find mold irritant. Apparently every mold won't kill you. Vashem motor rhinitis can kick the shit out of a tour on a source. Rex. Only about twenty five percent of people earler GIC to dust mites. And they give great parties. They tend to be intelligent and their podcasts are underrated. Dr Mark meth is a board certified allergist immunologists with his father. Dr Robert myth. They run century city allergy and have been named to southern California's rigorously selected list of super doctors multiple times, Dr pig on them, and they're big on the myth list. Dr meth, we're sorry. We made a method things. Thank you for being on the show. We'll be back right after this. Dead pilot society brings you exclusive readings of comedy pilots that were never made featuring actors like patent Oswald fan from the future sleep in the studio during the day, and they mantras at night. It's blade meets the odd. Couple. Adam, Scott and Jane Levy. He's too serious to business. See she doesn't know the hokey pokey. She'll learn what it's all about. Busy Phillips, Dave Kempner, baby. This is family. My uncle tail who showed his Weiner Cinderella at Disneyland is family. Do you want him sane with us with us for three months, and he was ally? New pilot every month only on dead pilot society for maximum fun. Hi, I'm Joe Firestone. The host of Detrick game show, which is a podcast where we play games submitted by listeners, regardless of quality or content with in-studio goose and callers from all over the world coastal magnets to make sure you get our next episode. What's an example of a game Manolas or medication? How you play that you have to guess if something's poking on name for medication first time listener if you want to listen to episode highlights and also know how to participate follow Dr game show on Facebook Instagram Twitter love to hear from us really fun for the whole family will be every other Wednesday starting March thirteenth, and we're coming to max fun. Norlander six paulie mine. Thank you so much Johnson. Our shows artists owned and listener supported help us raise funds by buying one of our maximum fun t shirts, they're only available at max funds store dot com. And they come in a variety of sizes, including large extra large extra small and what quote on the back of the shirt. It says never take your kid to an orthodontist who is sending his kid to college or putting on a deck. I believe Paula Poundstone line, right Bala. I believe that is Paula Poundstone quote on the back of nobody listens to Paula Poundstone shirt. Now, you buy that at max fund store dot com, and you can be a real bona fide. Nobody. Yeah. That's a it's a proud moment in anybody's life. Absolutely. You'll be a tearful recipient of such a shirt that nobody's are like Our Lady Gaga little monsters. I didn't know lady Gaga had little Munster's. She does doesn't she that little monsters her followers little monsters? Nobody's are photo. As are terrific. No. We love you. We love our. Nobody's. And you can follow pollen me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I have a theory. Then if each one of our listeners tells five friends about nobody listens to Pala Poundstone, we could have ten more listeners in no time. That's good math there. Yeah. Here's some simple. Simple, Diallo, you and more dialogue about what a listener might say. The listener might use conversationally very cover order to get people to like our podcast sites. -ly here at going listeners friend is this the same dog you had before listener. Yeah. Listeners friend, he's not constantly looking himself in scratching lakey used to. Listener. Of course, I've been listening to nobody listens to Paula Poundstone. Well, I brush him. I love it. I brush him all the time. Sometimes he brings me my smartphone. That's great. At the same note. I added last week, which is that your sample. Dialogues are in answer to such specific statements that it seems highly unlikely that we're going to gain that many more listeners 'cause we're waiting for the moment where somebody says to somebody's friend is that the same dog you had before. But it what happens is kind of a needle in a haystack. Conversational gambit is what I'm saying. No, it's not at all isn't going to be a very common conversation. Among many of our listeners because what happens is the positive effects of listening to nobody listens to Paula Poundstone begin to show themselves in your life. For example, rush your dog better stuff, looking rush your dog more and he stops looking himself. He's not as neurotic, and this will bring about this this. Yeah. This conversation. I everybody listening right now if you have a dog are likely to have this conversation this week. I am not sure that is true. But I'm going to continue. Nobody listens on stone is hosted by Paula Poundstone, and yours truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone. Adam Felber, Bonnie kept in crinkle burns, Ken, Liz, ethnic Antonia Nita. Oh technical direction by Ray horsemen and mixing by Anthony. I'll farro special thanks to tonight's house band. Haley Johnson and things again to our guest. It's Kim Gilbert, and Dr Mark meth our head of security was Jona knuckles. Glickman? Welcome back. Jona again transcription services for this show are provided by transcribe me for your special. Paula Poundstone discount. Use code Paula Poundstone when placing your order at transcribe me dot com. That's our show for tonight won't somebody. Please listen to me. This

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"That. Yeah. I. When you were working for L. Oh, did you ever working crowd? Shop. Childho- the well known battery kingpin. All right. Well, thank you. Bruce Robertson for walking down the mean streets of gum shoe with just your wits and a gun to steer your home. Paula what advice can you give our listeners when they need the help of a private detective. Alexi? I learned so much about being a private detective cover me. If I wanna find out about my neighbors, unless they have a very common name. It sounds like I could do it myself. My neighbors are wolf and Eveline a schismatic. So I'm in walk. I gotta tell you being a private detective is nothing like it's portrayed it magnum PI, not even like the remake. It's not an exciting job. You spend hours looking people's background on the internet or parked in your van hiding in the back with your porta potty that you know, like the back of your hand. So you can keep looking out the window while UP without hitting the back of your hand. Bruce didn't say this. But I'll bet airfresheners for your van is a major business expense. You also use a lot of batteries. And that's the biggest danger. Thank you. Robert is the president and founder of TriStar investigation. Thanks so much for being on our show. The cat of the week is Wicky from Phoenix. Arizona. Oh. I just want to a little bit of a housekeeping note about two weeks ago on this very program you and I had a little dispute about hot sauce. Do you remember this? Oh, yes. In that. I think it's very pleasant. I remember how wrong you were. Yes. Well, it turns out our crack production staff put a poll online about who's right about. This is hot sauce, the work of the devil. Or is it on the side of the angels may basically out of versus Paulin match. But really no hot sauce, and we got an unprecedented number of responses. Really? Yeah. We over four hundred responses people felt passionate about and aired it for the hot. And I and they were in support of us. Well, as it turned out hot sauce, just nudged out. No hot sauce by fifty one percent to forty nine percent. I think so super close do I expect that people just like you and decided to vote against hot sauce, even though they like hot sauce, but you said hot sauce, nudge doubt. No hot sauce. Yes. Right. But I think it would have. Edged at more than I think it would have been a landslide. At Paula Poundstone. Not been endorsing bland, oatmeal tasting food. Well, you know, a I don't and be. You are anti flavor. I know that's not anti flavors anti pain. I if it were on the side if it were contained if you could add it in at your own discretion. Might be okay with me. But I believe the story that I told was that it was all over everything including it got in the hope not in the hotel spilling hot. So on my bed. If I put my feet under the sheets and turn to my feet. No, no, what contain your aunt sauce. That's my feeling. Yeah. I think we're all in agreement on holster your hot sauce, or you're absolutely don't brandish it. Yeah. Exactly. I am proud of us. We're going through that private detective interview never one thing private, dick. Oh, I didn't think to say private did Bruce. Could you come back? He can't go back. We made it. I'd like to say I'd like to say private now. I know Paula that you sometimes get frustrated with your job as a comic, you know. I have the greatest job in the entire world. And I know that and I love my job. What I don't like is self promotion. I hate the part where have to say like, I'm forever having to tweet or do interviews way. Say like on on February twenty-second, I'm going to be you know in Albuquerque. Hey, I just feel stupid promoting myself. Where makes you sometimes wonder whether you should be a different career. I have thought about it is why on this show from time to time. We we do a little segment called career. Or corner a rear quarter? Now, I understand there is a profession that you've been thinking about that. You wonder if you have the chops for I wonder if I could be like a flight attendant a commercial flight attendant EM on up on a private, you know, on the really fancy planes a really fancy plane. Okay. I wonder Paula to answer that question. Welcome to career corner. Good to be back in the corner.

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Off. Homework teaches your child that they can take steps that requires to do homework. Like, no that they have. The best thing apparent can do for their student who struggles with homework is do whatever you have to do and pay what ever you have to pay to get them into misdoings class. Jason shine is lead detered the Brighton school. Jason. Thank you so much for being on our show. Thanks so much brain hall. We'll be right back on. Nobody listens. To Paula Poundstone after this. Is there a dull Anna car out of bar on the street? I'm Allegra Ringo. A small dog owner, my stash e house when she's excited, and I'm really covert a big Doug owner, my dog tugboat tips over when he sleepy and we co host a podcast called can I pet your dog that airs every Tuesday, we bring you all things dog. Yes, dog news dog tech dogs. We met this week. We also have pretty famous guests on but legs gonna let them talk about the projects. Now just want to hear about those dog. We don't wanna hear about your stuff only your dogs. So join us every Tuesday on max fun. Hello. This is Amy man. And I'm Ted Leo and cast called the art of process. We're talking about how the creative process is in itself. An art form in our opinion, there underline forms and structures. The service the scaffolding for any creative endeavor. We've been looking over the past year to talk to some of our friends and acquaintances from across the creative spectrum to find out how they actually work. We weirdly don't know as many musicians as you would expect new episodes. We'll be coming every other Monday starting January twenty eighth so please, listen and subscribe at maximum fund dot org, or wherever you get your podcast. Thank you. Okay. Paula poundstone. We are pulling into the home stretch. Yes. It is. It's almost time for us to go. And so I I want to thank our sponsors. Hellofresh. You can go to hellofresh dot com slash Poundstone. Eighty and enter Poundstone eighty and all the food in the world will be yours that might be an exaggerated off. Thanks to our new sponsor, mod cloth. Remember it when you go to M O D C L O T, eight dot com. Enter code Poundstone at checkout and the world is you're always ter-. I love it. But you know, we're talking about things that will bring joy to people's lives. Let's talk about the nobody listens to Paula Poundstone t shirts for maximum fun. We have those don't we we have them. And they say I'm wearing one right now in one room. I am wearing one right now. And it says a nobody listened to Paula Poundstone on the front. It's lovely dark color and in the back. It's got a got an interesting quote from Paula Poundstone from the podcast. It's got a piece of advice from the. Right. And you can get those at max fund store dot com. Yeah. So you should probably do that. And then also all right. I don't like to toot my own horn. But I have a remarkably soft. Try poly blend shirt that's available at my website. It has a self portrait on the left breast and a memorable quote on the back. Yeah. And it's it's great. I'm happy to say that some of our listeners are starting to chime in on line and actually take my part in his in pointing out that there is no such thing as a try poly blend. But you're sure it is wonderful. There is my shirt as remarkably. So try Polly shirt, and it's available at my website. WWW Paula Poundstone dot com. If you want to submit a theme song or needed vice or have spotted Thomas corn and talk to us about it. Emails at nobody listens to ball of Poundstone at g mail dot com, and you can follow both Paula and me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Well, that's our show for tonight. Nobody listens to Paula Poundstone is hosted by Paula Poundstone. Yours truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone. Adam Felber, captain crinkle, Bonnie burns can Liz Nick and Tony Nita hall technical direction by Ray horsemen especial. Thanks to tonight's. How span ukulele player onion, Lena Lucero, Colin? I'm never get tired of saying your name and thank you. And thanks to our guests. Genie BAC end Jason shine our head of security was Tonio. Whoa. Yes. She's. Yeah. She's monstrous, you way, more like, Tony Nita hulk. We step out onto Miranda street tonight. There's going to be like bodies just laying the ground hit the floor where she flipped a map. It was slow motion with bullets flying everywhere Harnett. Yeah. Transcription services provided by transcribe me for your special. Paula Poundstone discount. Use code Paula Poundstone when placing your order at transcribe me dot com, and Paula I hope that none of your passwords online are also Paula Poundstone because we've been giving them away all night. My passwords. Yeah. What do you mean? Your personal passwords. None of my leg. Your Bank accounts, though. No, okay. No, no. That's good. Might know. My my passwords are. I wasn't going to tell you my passwords. 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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Thank you house been Rachel von Amberg classing this joint. Now, Paula I understand you have some non musical gigs coming up. I believe isn't it. Yeah. I think I'm gonna be singing in everyone of my shows. Now, I don't think that's a good show. Ronin Virginia at the Jefferson center on February. First aren't you in for a treat or will be in Mesa? Arizona February fifteenth. Beautiful just beautiful well mining up already. So they they are definitely moving Paula. It's that time it sorry time thirty time. That's our theme songs advice reviews, Twitter Instagram, where we remind you about all that stuff. Now, you can write to us about any of those things that nobody listened to ball Poundstone at g mail dot com. Or visit us on Facebook. At nobody listens to Paula Poundstone and about those review. Yes. Let's talk reviews straight talk about reviews for our listeners. Let me tell you something about reviews, you guys, you may think it's important, but let me just say that after the first year of the big bang theory, number one show on television. That's the one. Okay. We're considering getting rid of it, cutting it, and then I wrote a review of it, which basically saved the whole show. Wow. Yeah. Years later all thing. Whole industries rose up around it. They have t shirts spin off spin off to the your. It was for all of them send their kids to private school. And of course, there's paid money to teacher. So this is what I'm saying you want to write a nice review the economy is really. Used hinged on review. So if you want to be like, Paula Poundstone and change the course of our cultural history, definitely Godinez and read is a review. All right. Well, that's our party for tonight. And I have to say Paula, you did very well at party conversation. Thank you. Are you Adam? I'm okay, nobody listens. To bound. Stone is hosted by Paula Poundstone in yours, truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone, Adam Felber, bunny burns, Canlas ethnic, and Tony Anita. Oh technical direction by Ray horsemen special. Thanks to tonight's how spanned oboe est, Rachel van emberg. And thanks to our guests, Stephen Rachelle, and Jeremy Frank our head of security is Scott knives. Reynolds transcription services for the show provided by transcribe me for your special. Paula Poundstone discount. Use code Paula Poundstone when placing your order at transcribe me dot com. That's our show for tonight won't somebody. Please listen to me. Yes. Beautiful. I I don't know where why we would waste that on sports maximum, fund dot org, comedy and culture, artists owned listener supported.

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"If you like our show post review an apple burrito Coban, which I can only soom is like burrito in Pok Mon a portmanteau of those two gave us five stars. And wrote, quote, I love that banter between Paulin Adam it makes your morning commute feel like you're grabbing coffee with good friends. Very funny. Good friends, all of it. So with good friends like one of them is always there. No, no, brio camman didn't actually say that at all twenty men that was you know, what that's called. That's the what is it called? It's called an implication that it's not. Yeah. No it wasn't. You know, what I you know, what Reno come on? Thank you so much for that review. And for that, I'm gonna make you a balloon animal burrito camman, she's not really making a balloon animal that she is twisting something making a balloon animals. I apologize that she assigned you gender. You are you you're making a balloon animal. This is unbelievable. Or are you looking for other balloon here? No, no, no. I wasn't always looking for the other media, actually, twit. I mean, I'm not saying you're making a balloon animal, but you've balloon into a shape making a balloon you've been learning how to actually make these now, this is this is really impressive. Because this for for literally months you've had zero skill as a balloon twisters. Yes. It is. It's completely true. But right. What other balloon o- I was playing with that? Probably throw it out. Great of sorry. I can hardly believe I made that you made that that is remarkable. What is it? It's a burrito commune. Oh, yes. It is. Hey, paula. It's a new year. There's new dates where are you going to be traveling? Now that is two thousand nineteen I'll be in Boise Idaho on January seventeenth at the gym theater. And in Houston, Texas on January eighteenth at the war them theatre center. We came up with a word if you weeks ago to kind of encompass are very long trail of pitches to listeners, do you. Remember what that what that word is? Thirty right it. Sorry. TSA RTI which stands for theme songs advice reviews, Twitter and Instagram. Yeah. Thirty thirty. So we we came up with the name. What is that call? When you take the first letter of everything Cronyn, we came with with that acronym. So that we didn't always have to say every single week theme songs advice reviews, Twitter Instagram, but what we should say is if you have any theme songs or advice, you should send. You send them to nobody listens to Paul Poundstone at gmaiLcom. Right. Yeah. And if you want to post a review the best place to do that as apple podcast app. That's where most people listening to us, and we can follow me or Paula on Twitter or Instagram. You know, what we should really have instead of a theme song contest, which is going strong. It is really going strong. We should have a review contest p people reviewing like. Yeah. But each give us the most of us exactly what are the problems with. That is almost all the reviews, it you seem to like are the ones that are somewhat vaguely or obviously insulting to me. So I don't I don't see that we could ever really come to culture on that. I think that could make this Sardi section of the show, really fun. It really could. All right. So that's it for a first twenty nineteen. Nobody listens. To Paula Poundstone is hosted by Paula Poundstone in yours, truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone, Adam Felber bunny burns, Ken, Liz, ethnic, and Tony Anita. Ho technical direction by the great Ray horsemen here Ray horsemen studios, especially thanks to tonight's house ban. Longo chew member of the Scottish fiddlers of Los Angeles. You can find Longo and his Mary benefit lers at Scottish fiddlers dot org, and thanks again to our guests. Just Phoenix and Ken Currie or head of security is Ryan the axe Gabar. Nettie who Caisley stars in Ryan versus Miranda street transcription services for the show provided by transcribe me for your special. Paula Poundstone discount. Use code Paula Poundstone, placing your order at transcribe me dot com. That's our show for tonight. Well, somebody please listen to me. Yeah. Maximum fund dot org, comedy and culture, artists owned listener supported.

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"If you like our show post review an apple burrito Coban, which I can only soom is like burrito in Pok Mon a portmanteau of those two gave us five stars. And wrote, quote, I love that banter between Paulin Adam it makes your morning commute feel like you're grabbing coffee with good friends. Very funny. Good friends, all of it. So with good friends like one of them is always there. No, no, brio camman didn't actually say that at all twenty men that was you know, what that's called. That's the what is it called? It's called an implication that it's not. Yeah. No it wasn't. You know, what I you know, what Reno come on? Thank you so much for that review. And for that, I'm gonna make you a balloon animal burrito camman, she's not really making a balloon animal that she is twisting something making a balloon animals. I apologize that she assigned you gender. You are you you're making a balloon animal. This is unbelievable. Or are you looking for other balloon here? No, no, no. I wasn't always looking for the other media, actually, twit. I mean, I'm not saying you're making a balloon animal, but you've balloon into a shape making a balloon you've been learning how to actually make these now, this is this is really impressive. Because this for for literally months you've had zero skill as a balloon twisters. Yes. It is. It's completely true. But right. What other balloon o- I was playing with that? Probably throw it out. Great of sorry. I can hardly believe I made that you made that that is remarkable. What is it? It's a burrito commune. Oh, yes. It is. Hey, paula. It's a new year. There's new dates where are you going to be traveling? Now that is two thousand nineteen I'll be in Boise Idaho on January seventeenth at the gym theater. And in Houston, Texas on January eighteenth at the war them theatre center. We came up with a word if you weeks ago to kind of encompass are very long trail of pitches to listeners, do you. Remember what that what that word is? Thirty right it. Sorry. TSA RTI which stands for theme songs advice reviews, Twitter and Instagram. Yeah. Thirty thirty. So we we came up with the name. What is that call? When you take the first letter of everything Cronyn, we came with with that acronym. So that we didn't always have to say every single week theme songs advice reviews, Twitter Instagram, but what we should say is if you have any theme songs or advice, you should send. You send them to nobody listens to Paul Poundstone at gmaiLcom. Right. Yeah. And if you want to post a review the best place to do that as apple podcast app. That's where most people listening to us, and we can follow me or Paula on Twitter or Instagram. You know, what we should really have instead of a theme song contest, which is going strong. It is really going strong. We should have a review contest p people reviewing like. Yeah. But each give us the most of us exactly what are the problems with. That is almost all the reviews, it you seem to like are the ones that are somewhat vaguely or obviously insulting to me. So I don't I don't see that we could ever really come to culture on that. I think that could make this Sardi section of the show, really fun. It really could. All right. So that's it for a first twenty nineteen. Nobody listens. To Paula Poundstone is hosted by Paula Poundstone in yours, truly Adam Felber produced by Paula Poundstone, Adam Felber bunny burns, Ken, Liz, ethnic, and Tony Anita. Ho technical direction by the great Ray horsemen here Ray horsemen studios, especially thanks to tonight's house ban. Longo chew member of the Scottish fiddlers of Los Angeles. You can find Longo and his Mary benefit lers at Scottish fiddlers dot org, and thanks again to our guests. Just Phoenix and Ken Currie or head of security is Ryan the axe Gabar. Nettie who Caisley stars in Ryan versus Miranda street transcription services for the show provided by transcribe me for your special. Paula Poundstone discount. Use code Paula Poundstone, placing your order at transcribe me dot com. That's our show for tonight. Well, somebody please listen to me. Yeah. Maximum fund dot org, comedy and culture, artists owned listener supported.

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"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"You can't just built three houses in one property. Right. Dono wanted to build you want to build nine houses. Okay. But you wanna do that as soon as possible because below that you're not really hurting other people and you want to hurt him. You wanna hurt him? You don't wanna just collect rent? You wanna hurt him? You want to lose their friendship. Yes. Yes. Yeah. He was that close to those two ladies, Colin, in fact, bad to come. If you see somebody who has to monopolies and they're buying one house for each property. Just laugh at lapham Selma third property, but my can buy some people do listen to nobody listens to Paula Poundstone. So if everybody knows all these things won't it make it harder for you to, you know, pull your flimflam on them. It can I don't have time to say everything in my book. Many many more things. So you can beat experienced players as what you're saying. Oh, yes. Okay. Yes. Wow. So we don't know any people like that. Besides you. Always beaten you. And how did they do it? Well, I get beat once in a while because there's still a game of chance. Right. There's the dice. Yeah. And you never know what they're gonna do come on. You know, you got your friend. The judge. So occasionally, I'll lose and I can lose to an amateur. That's happened. But I've been able to increase my winning percentage to such a degree that if you play in game after game and tournament after tournament you eventually just win more often than everyone else. Well, thank you can for your Bank of knowledge Pollock given all the wisdom that can ascend our way what advice can you give our listeners that they can win any monopoly game. I'm gonna I'm gonna make you win so often you get sick of winning long. If you could give me some monopoly background music Bent, tastic, Baltic avenue and Mediterranean. The purples will bring in some steady money studying two dollars time get the oranges because they are the most landed on and put three houses on right away and hotels quickly. You can once you get the hotels that little shampoos conditioners in the rooms and label them with large fun because I put lotion on my head twice last year. Boardwalk park place and the precis green ones are landed on the lease because the player goes to jail before they can get there. And that's even after they legalized pot. The rule where you start the game with five hundred dollars in the middle of the board. And that when you pay taxes that goes in the middle of the board and whoever lands on free parking wins. It is not a rule. Besides it drags the game up for hours, although it gives the Baltic avenue Mediterranean owner a chance to save tens.

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02:55 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"You can't just built three houses in one property. Right. Dono wanted to build you want to build nine houses. Okay. But you wanna do that as soon as possible because below that you're not really hurting other people and you want to hurt him. You wanna hurt him? You don't wanna just collect rent? You wanna hurt him? You want to lose their friendship. Yes. Yes. Yeah. He was that close to those two ladies, Colin, in fact, bad to come. If you see somebody who has to monopolies and they're buying one house for each property. Just laugh at lapham Selma third property, but my can buy some people do listen to nobody listens to Paula Poundstone. So if everybody knows all these things won't it make it harder for you to, you know, pull your flimflam on them. It can I don't have time to say everything in my book. Many many more things. So you can beat experienced players as what you're saying. Oh, yes. Okay. Yes. Wow. So we don't know any people like that. Besides you. Always beaten you. And how did they do it? Well, I get beat once in a while because there's still a game of chance. Right. There's the dice. Yeah. And you never know what they're gonna do come on. You know, you got your friend. The judge. So occasionally, I'll lose and I can lose to an amateur. That's happened. But I've been able to increase my winning percentage to such a degree that if you play in game after game and tournament after tournament you eventually just win more often than everyone else. Well, thank you can for your Bank of knowledge Pollock given all the wisdom that can ascend our way what advice can you give our listeners that they can win any monopoly game. I'm gonna I'm gonna make you win so often you get sick of winning long. If you could give me some monopoly background music Bent, tastic, Baltic avenue and Mediterranean. The purples will bring in some steady money studying two dollars time get the oranges because they are the most landed on and put three houses on right away and hotels quickly. You can once you get the hotels that little shampoos conditioners in the rooms and label them with large fun because I put lotion on my head twice last year. Boardwalk park place and the precis green ones are landed on the lease because the player goes to jail before they can get there. And that's even after they legalized pot. The rule where you start the game with five hundred dollars in the middle of the board. And that when you pay taxes that goes in the middle of the board and whoever lands on free parking wins. It is not a rule. Besides it drags the game up for hours, although it gives the Baltic avenue Mediterranean owner a chance to save tens.

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04:20 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Let me tell you a little bit more about the the greens in the oranges. Yeah. Okay. It costs three thousand dollars to build hotels on the greens. Yeah. Three thousand dollars to build hotels on the oranges costs fifteen hundred. Oh my God. It's such better investment. If you give somebody the greens and get a thousand dollars from him buying your hotels that is going to slow his building hill. Never make it though tells you will go to very quickly. Oh my gosh. All right. Let's let's I wanna get one more thing. Yeah. Okay. He will never figure it out. Not listen three. Nobody listens to Paula pouncing. He'll just thinks that you're like a loser idiot who doesn't know what you're doing guy got the. You have to do is the owner of the oranges. You have to act surprise that you one. Oh, yeah. Oh, I thought you would room with the greens. I'm sorry. I didn't know what happens. That's how you revictimizes peel. Do things trees Ken seem so surprised kicked our ass. He is the most surprised winner. I've ever played thousand times in a row with these people even you can't be that good nectar eventually people you're gonna realize what they're doing. Right. Well, eventually, but there's so many other things you can do especially when you find more and more reasons for them to go to jail. Yes, you're using those those folk rules, oh, you rolled a number three go to jail when I was younger. I used to carry the rules with me because but would put the five hundred in the middle, and I wanna tell you about that in a minute. Okay. But when you tell us about your piece in a minute, okay. I will. Somebody's house. They had an old family game. They've probably lost the rules. Wow. So you have rule. You're gotta be a Republican. No, no, no. I'm not not even close. But you carry just carry the rules with rules with carry a little book of the constitution in the limit limited in my jacket, and before I wanna tell you one thing. Yeah. This is the most important thing. I want to get across okay. People will not play monopoly with you. Because they think it s less hours and hours and hours not now and they play with you. Well, you don't have to play with me. You just have to play by the rules. Yeah. Most people put five hundred dollars in the middle of the extends again because and it can win if you land on free parking, you get it. Right. Some people pay everything into the middle of the boy. Hey that thing what do you pay everything into every time you after the Kander dollars putting do that? Yeah. Reasons that people will Rosen you can't do that. Yeah. To win the game you have to bankrupt three people if they have an unlimited money, Trump Takeda. Okay. Was never they never get Bank. Right. They always have a pile of money. So the game last for days and days. Wow. Yeah. The an average game monopoly played by the rules. Even among amateurs should not last more than an hour and a half. Wow. Another way too short in the game to which don't allow anybody to use the bathroom. That's a good one too. Yeah. Eventually you'll just hand over paying. By the way, you play risk. You're going to be in it for the long haul. Right. Yes. In fact, when you go to monopoly tournaments that I go to a lot. There's a time limit on the game of an hour and a half for each game and you generally play three games than adjournment. Right. Most of those games are done before the hour and a half is up and tastic, but doesn't everybody at the competitions? No the to get the orange zone. Does it turn into like knife-fights special players know that are there? There are people just throw the dice, really hard. And like take a player out sometimes that Paul is trying to come up with tournament strategies now. And that's everybody knows about the oranges. Then how you ever diabolical strategy? And I wanna get right now, your favorite pieces the iron brought us a custom-made iron to show us. And I just think this is to me, it's it's a standard iron from the game and -opoly rice, and I painted it. The color of them -opoly painted this powder. Blue color that color of the monopoly board. Yes, he did everyone. Why is that not cheating your ass off? Can't some people think it is..

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Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Let me tell you a little bit more about the the greens in the oranges. Yeah. Okay. It costs three thousand dollars to build hotels on the greens. Yeah. Three thousand dollars to build hotels on the oranges costs fifteen hundred. Oh my God. It's such better investment. If you give somebody the greens and get a thousand dollars from him buying your hotels that is going to slow his building hill. Never make it though tells you will go to very quickly. Oh my gosh. All right. Let's let's I wanna get one more thing. Yeah. Okay. He will never figure it out. Not listen three. Nobody listens to Paula pouncing. He'll just thinks that you're like a loser idiot who doesn't know what you're doing guy got the. You have to do is the owner of the oranges. You have to act surprise that you one. Oh, yeah. Oh, I thought you would room with the greens. I'm sorry. I didn't know what happens. That's how you revictimizes peel. Do things trees Ken seem so surprised kicked our ass. He is the most surprised winner. I've ever played thousand times in a row with these people even you can't be that good nectar eventually people you're gonna realize what they're doing. Right. Well, eventually, but there's so many other things you can do especially when you find more and more reasons for them to go to jail. Yes, you're using those those folk rules, oh, you rolled a number three go to jail when I was younger. I used to carry the rules with me because but would put the five hundred in the middle, and I wanna tell you about that in a minute. Okay. But when you tell us about your piece in a minute, okay. I will. Somebody's house. They had an old family game. They've probably lost the rules. Wow. So you have rule. You're gotta be a Republican. No, no, no. I'm not not even close. But you carry just carry the rules with rules with carry a little book of the constitution in the limit limited in my jacket, and before I wanna tell you one thing. Yeah. This is the most important thing. I want to get across okay. People will not play monopoly with you. Because they think it s less hours and hours and hours not now and they play with you. Well, you don't have to play with me. You just have to play by the rules. Yeah. Most people put five hundred dollars in the middle of the extends again because and it can win if you land on free parking, you get it. Right. Some people pay everything into the middle of the boy. Hey that thing what do you pay everything into every time you after the Kander dollars putting do that? Yeah. Reasons that people will Rosen you can't do that. Yeah. To win the game you have to bankrupt three people if they have an unlimited money, Trump Takeda. Okay. Was never they never get Bank. Right. They always have a pile of money. So the game last for days and days. Wow. Yeah. The an average game monopoly played by the rules. Even among amateurs should not last more than an hour and a half. Wow. Another way too short in the game to which don't allow anybody to use the bathroom. That's a good one too. Yeah. Eventually you'll just hand over paying. By the way, you play risk. You're going to be in it for the long haul. Right. Yes. In fact, when you go to monopoly tournaments that I go to a lot. There's a time limit on the game of an hour and a half for each game and you generally play three games than adjournment. Right. Most of those games are done before the hour and a half is up and tastic, but doesn't everybody at the competitions? No the to get the orange zone. Does it turn into like knife-fights special players know that are there? There are people just throw the dice, really hard. And like take a player out sometimes that Paul is trying to come up with tournament strategies now. And that's everybody knows about the oranges. Then how you ever diabolical strategy? And I wanna get right now, your favorite pieces the iron brought us a custom-made iron to show us. And I just think this is to me, it's it's a standard iron from the game and -opoly rice, and I painted it. The color of them -opoly painted this powder. Blue color that color of the monopoly board. Yes, he did everyone. Why is that not cheating your ass off? Can't some people think it is..

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02:28 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"This is almost cheating. Take a ride on on the railroad, which railroad is close to those properties. Iran's vania. Yeah. Right. There's also go back three spaces card that one of the three times put you on New York avenue because there's that chance right? Yes. Red properties. Yes. Just past free parking. Yes, I'm visualizing aboard Paula. Wow. Yeah. I could see it's in your memory palace. So for all these reasons the oranges are hit so often. In fact, there hit so often that if you get the oranges that almost alone will win you the game. So. Your future. It is like zip code determining viewed. Yeah. Yeah. If you're playing do you will you and you're playing with people don't know this about the orange properties. You what make what seems like extravagant offers to those aren't properties the the greatest offer. You can do is you can say, I'll give you the greens. If you give me the oranges because you're getting the better property. I want to throw in a thousand dollars. Jeez. Just rub. Their faces playing with their ignorance, aren't yes. Yes. Let me explain about the greens in the oranges. Yeah. The maximum rents on the greens are fourteen hundred twelve seventy five in twelve seventy five I think that's what the with hotel. Yes. Okay. On the own ges, the maximum rents are thousand nine fifty nine fifty not that much less. It's not that much less. The houses costs half of what they call them the green gosh. Wow. What I'm taking this like from monopoly into my life, and realizing how wrong, I do everything. Really? How is this apply to your life right now? No like, I never think about these sorts of things in the area. What other of your life? Okay. Here's one degrees. Pay shit loans rent. Okay. Just pay tons and tons of rent. My my house. My you know, what I was helping the environment for at least a month recently because the furnish just plain didn't work in my house, and every time my landlord sent her nephew to repair it. He didn't. No, how okay and so over and over again, I just house this related to what can talking about. I should have bought Saint James place. Because of a better landlord. Will you will from now on absolutely well from now on okay?.

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Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"This is almost cheating. Take a ride on on the railroad, which railroad is close to those properties. Iran's vania. Yeah. Right. There's also go back three spaces card that one of the three times put you on New York avenue because there's that chance right? Yes. Red properties. Yes. Just past free parking. Yes, I'm visualizing aboard Paula. Wow. Yeah. I could see it's in your memory palace. So for all these reasons the oranges are hit so often. In fact, there hit so often that if you get the oranges that almost alone will win you the game. So. Your future. It is like zip code determining viewed. Yeah. Yeah. If you're playing do you will you and you're playing with people don't know this about the orange properties. You what make what seems like extravagant offers to those aren't properties the the greatest offer. You can do is you can say, I'll give you the greens. If you give me the oranges because you're getting the better property. I want to throw in a thousand dollars. Jeez. Just rub. Their faces playing with their ignorance, aren't yes. Yes. Let me explain about the greens in the oranges. Yeah. The maximum rents on the greens are fourteen hundred twelve seventy five in twelve seventy five I think that's what the with hotel. Yes. Okay. On the own ges, the maximum rents are thousand nine fifty nine fifty not that much less. It's not that much less. The houses costs half of what they call them the green gosh. Wow. What I'm taking this like from monopoly into my life, and realizing how wrong, I do everything. Really? How is this apply to your life right now? No like, I never think about these sorts of things in the area. What other of your life? Okay. Here's one degrees. Pay shit loans rent. Okay. Just pay tons and tons of rent. My my house. My you know, what I was helping the environment for at least a month recently because the furnish just plain didn't work in my house, and every time my landlord sent her nephew to repair it. He didn't. No, how okay and so over and over again, I just house this related to what can talking about. I should have bought Saint James place. Because of a better landlord. Will you will from now on absolutely well from now on okay?.

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Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"It's specially since we have an expert here. Backing me up that I'm. I haven't yet. Okay. What was that? A volcano could solve problem. Climate would cover us into let me tell you. So the one of the other things that you hear a lot from climate change deniers, especially when they find out what I study is there like, oh, we'll volcanoes produced so much co two and I'm like, yes. But they also produce acid gases, hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide is so many tenants, right? So. Yeah. Guests is Paul is your go to eight. Why not actually this is like your voice is coming out of my mouth, certainly not coming out of hers that much. Go ahead. So well, see, oh, two has warming effects the Furet gases acid gases have cooling effect. So when people talk about the eruption of Krakatau, or when they talk about any of the real big ones that we've heard about that have killed a lot of people or caused a quote unquote, winter really what it does is. It has a cooling effect for like a year, maybe two, but that's it and the all the volcanoes in the world people say, oh, they put out more CO two than all humans. No, they don't. I never I bought never that. bought that. It's crap. So that's that's crazy when people talk like that. And then they put up more CO two than people, and it's actually less than one percent. No, they don't say to me. I'm like that to me, and I show him the door like you can take your ideas about VO Canas putting up more c o two than people. Just take it on a street buckles. So every time I got an idiot. Yelling at me online. I'm just going to be like, please. See Paula Poundstone handle that. Okay. As Ronald Reagan's tree pollution. Oh god. So wait. So the idea is that they put out the CO two, and this wealth, but it only causes this winter for like two years. Yeah. It's the acid gases in there that can cause a cooling because they basically put particles in the atmosphere, and those insulate the planet. Right. So it essentially prevents the sun's rays from warming the earth like they would normally. So it's you know, it's like putting a Karsh shade up in your car when you wanna keep that people are talking about. Nice moderately sized nuclear war, and we've got this covered. Because because that's what they call it nuclear winter because the giant cover the entire. It's not gonna but it's not gonna stick around. And our pollution is unless we drastically cut back the amount of pollutants were emitting like it's not gonna happen. Stop burning fossil fuel stop driving stop flying, you know, cetera et cetera. So let's vaguely happier. Because I bet when you mean, but happy just found out that we can put a tent over everything, but we can't really is going to be huge in the umbrella business in Belleville invest in umbrellas. That's right now bigger how about plastic Texas. Now, there's some good news on that front..

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03:10 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"It's specially since we have an expert here. Backing me up that I'm. I haven't yet. Okay. What was that? A volcano could solve problem. Climate would cover us into let me tell you. So the one of the other things that you hear a lot from climate change deniers, especially when they find out what I study is there like, oh, we'll volcanoes produced so much co two and I'm like, yes. But they also produce acid gases, hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide is so many tenants, right? So. Yeah. Guests is Paul is your go to eight. Why not actually this is like your voice is coming out of my mouth, certainly not coming out of hers that much. Go ahead. So well, see, oh, two has warming effects the Furet gases acid gases have cooling effect. So when people talk about the eruption of Krakatau, or when they talk about any of the real big ones that we've heard about that have killed a lot of people or caused a quote unquote, winter really what it does is. It has a cooling effect for like a year, maybe two, but that's it and the all the volcanoes in the world people say, oh, they put out more CO two than all humans. No, they don't. I never I bought never that. bought that. It's crap. So that's that's crazy when people talk like that. And then they put up more CO two than people, and it's actually less than one percent. No, they don't say to me. I'm like that to me, and I show him the door like you can take your ideas about VO Canas putting up more c o two than people. Just take it on a street buckles. So every time I got an idiot. Yelling at me online. I'm just going to be like, please. See Paula Poundstone handle that. Okay. As Ronald Reagan's tree pollution. Oh god. So wait. So the idea is that they put out the CO two, and this wealth, but it only causes this winter for like two years. Yeah. It's the acid gases in there that can cause a cooling because they basically put particles in the atmosphere, and those insulate the planet. Right. So it essentially prevents the sun's rays from warming the earth like they would normally. So it's you know, it's like putting a Karsh shade up in your car when you wanna keep that people are talking about. Nice moderately sized nuclear war, and we've got this covered. Because because that's what they call it nuclear winter because the giant cover the entire. It's not gonna but it's not gonna stick around. And our pollution is unless we drastically cut back the amount of pollutants were emitting like it's not gonna happen. Stop burning fossil fuel stop driving stop flying, you know, cetera et cetera. So let's vaguely happier. Because I bet when you mean, but happy just found out that we can put a tent over everything, but we can't really is going to be huge in the umbrella business in Belleville invest in umbrellas. That's right now bigger how about plastic Texas. Now, there's some good news on that front..

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Paula. And also, thank you, tonight's amazing house band Scottish fiddler Longo to now I understand you just found out that your doctor has retired. My doctors retired. I wanted to get straight to it. Because I know there's been bugging. It has got a letter in the mail last year after I broke a rib. I decided that maybe I needed a baseline like I didn't have a regular doctor usually just go to my vet which your vet. Yeah. Like when I take an animal to the vet. Okay. Skins and questions about you. Well, I don't tell them. It's about me. I pretend that it's an animal at home. I'm asking about giving an example what you might ask that. Okay. Like, for example, when I had broken my ribbon. I didn't realize I had a broken rib. It felt like my muscles were pulling away from my ribcage. Right. And so I said to the guy I said, you know, when my dog Ramon, it does pushups, she makes a moaning noise. Do you think it could be that her muscles are pulling away from her ribcage doesn't of full event because pushups pushups would be the giveaway there? He's he. No. He didn't think that was the problem. Okay. So you've got human doctors are point. Yeah. I did. I went to the trouble of, you know, the horse bills were just becoming too much. I was sick. And my dog's pain pills. That's true. This is the first time in my adult life that have had a regular doctor. I went out of my way to decide 'cause I thought there should be a baseline. So that if I get hit by a bus. They don't go. Oh, my God her hair, and they go like, no, it was always like that. Okay. Yeah. I think the hair would be the last thing that would be noted in your medical records. Even though you're here is kind of remarkable. Yeah. No. I think if I were to be hit by a bus. I think it would look at my hair, and you know, she was dying anyway. Yeah. Okay. So you needed a baseline health to enter yourself yourself, private dot. Yeah. And then and then she retired. How long took a couple of samples and she retired. Yeah. Maybe it was just too much of a challenge. Yeah. Yeah. I guess there was a lot to go over. I didn't have all that long. And I paid money to you know, they forget what that's called. But now, you you when I called up, and I said, I want to make an appointment somebody recommended they said, oh, she's not taking new patients unless you pay five hundred dollars. And then oh that gives you entree to the retiring. Doctor right. But the problem, of course, they didn't say she was going to retire. They must have known. How old was she? But this is less Angeles. If your doctor gets a part in a movie, you're yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I think she, you know, I think she got like a walk on. Yeah..

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Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"paula" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Paula. And also, thank you, tonight's amazing house band Scottish fiddler Longo to now I understand you just found out that your doctor has retired. My doctors retired. I wanted to get straight to it. Because I know there's been bugging. It has got a letter in the mail last year after I broke a rib. I decided that maybe I needed a baseline like I didn't have a regular doctor usually just go to my vet which your vet. Yeah. Like when I take an animal to the vet. Okay. Skins and questions about you. Well, I don't tell them. It's about me. I pretend that it's an animal at home. I'm asking about giving an example what you might ask that. Okay. Like, for example, when I had broken my ribbon. I didn't realize I had a broken rib. It felt like my muscles were pulling away from my ribcage. Right. And so I said to the guy I said, you know, when my dog Ramon, it does pushups, she makes a moaning noise. Do you think it could be that her muscles are pulling away from her ribcage doesn't of full event because pushups pushups would be the giveaway there? He's he. No. He didn't think that was the problem. Okay. So you've got human doctors are point. Yeah. I did. I went to the trouble of, you know, the horse bills were just becoming too much. I was sick. And my dog's pain pills. That's true. This is the first time in my adult life that have had a regular doctor. I went out of my way to decide 'cause I thought there should be a baseline. So that if I get hit by a bus. They don't go. Oh, my God her hair, and they go like, no, it was always like that. Okay. Yeah. I think the hair would be the last thing that would be noted in your medical records. Even though you're here is kind of remarkable. Yeah. No. I think if I were to be hit by a bus. I think it would look at my hair, and you know, she was dying anyway. Yeah. Okay. So you needed a baseline health to enter yourself yourself, private dot. Yeah. And then and then she retired. How long took a couple of samples and she retired. Yeah. Maybe it was just too much of a challenge. Yeah. Yeah. I guess there was a lot to go over. I didn't have all that long. And I paid money to you know, they forget what that's called. But now, you you when I called up, and I said, I want to make an appointment somebody recommended they said, oh, she's not taking new patients unless you pay five hundred dollars. And then oh that gives you entree to the retiring. Doctor right. But the problem, of course, they didn't say she was going to retire. They must have known. How old was she? But this is less Angeles. If your doctor gets a part in a movie, you're yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I think she, you know, I think she got like a walk on. Yeah..

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