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Show #55 Interview with Scott's Dad & Comedy Set by Pat Paulsen - burst 2
"Television had started but it was not A household thing yet oh no and still black and white and small and only rich people had him. I think that's one of the reasons. I married maryland because she had a television. So you married my mom. Because she had a tv a coach we got to watch Thrill funded jewish guy. Milton berle milton. Berle close merle mill now. That's good milton. Berle was Huge and radio and then he can. He was one of the successful people. Him and red skelton and a few others that were able to. Bob hope to convert over to tv right. That was the reason america but it was a poll. So now you're in junior college. Where'd you go after that. Well that's when the army wanted me. Oh and you drafted no. They wanted to draft us. Well i said we'll we'll gonna go somewhere and i said let's go to sit the navy. I mean i really love the ocean trucks odor. Wral get seasick so we had a lot of friends that were in the eighty second between wars they had the training gliders was was a much fun plus jumping and they said you know the food was pretty good and being then you know the nation's top branch of the service. It was fun. You get the martian a lot of parades so we went down and join the army specifying go in the airborne and then at monday we were in fort ord getting processed the draft board called and wanted to know where the hell i where the hell we were and the school one all wheel also enrolled in west contra costa the so we be in school right make. The transfer were my mother support. He's in the army. He can't be the army yet. Been in for two days and beat. You beat them to the punch. Yeah and which is really
"paulsen" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"Original and well. I think there's also the main difference. Is that dark wing. The original dark wing from the early nineties. What's meant to be a parody of superhero comic books. You know bradman Well the the new one wasn't it was it was meant to be incorporated into a more realistic duck universe. That's what kind of tie in foul which remember foul is the bad guys in dark wing not in duct tales but in the new show. Foul is an agency that Shush by against you know Scrooges a member of and basically was so all had to be kind of reincorporated because the even the original creators of dark wings said that the dark queen duck universe is completely separate from the duck tales universe originally even it and well. That's how they said it because they're like even though the character is the same it has to be a separate universe because he wouldn't be able to be in both the same time so it was always treated as two standalone completely independent university. You just happen to share one. Two characters giving what And so it was written to be a parody and satire of war and -tective type shows in dark dark comics I think they had to find a way to make it work by making it a show within a show on the new one. Now they were trying by re launching the new dark queen in which case it would have gone back to that That satire that parody of the dark comics And i think that's something you probably would have enjoyed a lot more. But were limited on how they had to kind of incorporate. Could see if you're a big rescue rangers fan. You'd be supported and the one time the rescue rangers showed up and double o duck in this series. Because they they can't speak they can't talk. They can't run around but it's very again because they were limited by certain rules of the universe But i i would be totally happy with dark green. Doug rebe to where he goes back to being. You know a crazy bumbling Goofy guy again and then let it And you also have. You also touched on something with leading they incorporated. Tell spin right well. Only in the sense that they will they were supposed to have character. Show up even a character. Designs for click kit cloud kicker and the little girl Seen i've seen artwork for them but they have shown up in the show yet but they do show like the radio and reference. Cape suzette a few times. Yeah now ducktail is also the original Tailspin took place in late twenties or thirties. Yeah wine and this takes place in modern times. Two thousand and seventeen to two thousand and twenty so I think that's the whole idea was blue and Miss cunningham were killed off obviously time episode. We'll everybody's an orphan. Anyway in duck disney. What does it matter right. Yeah i mean they like the little girl. The daughter was the only kid that wasn't an orphan. and like any. i guess. The kids dell adele. Doug is back. Now they're not but We've been in the comics. Horgan's dropped them off to donald the first time you know they were orphans right off the bat. So did they ever love kids to disney universe. Not even i mean l. Disney thing about every movie they have ever made everybody's yeah moberly. Cinderella yeah i wanna see that yeah well for. Yeah for totally Children's show a latin Everybody's orphaned aerial. I guess maybe kind of isn't she over yourself self but that's about it. Yeah disney h children. I've said it for years emancipated herself. Two things. i remember from duck tales from my youth The video game was was fantastic. Was i still play that. Probably once a week. Clark you can get it on the disney afternoon collection or whatever. It's ten bucks. Yeah i'll look into it and it's awful though if you've got it on xbox yeah actually yeah that's right i did get it on xbox and then The duct tells movie which was kind of the loss lamp. Yeah it was like. I mean it's just basically an hour and a half long episodes but it was just kind of it was it was really. It was really strange because the animation style was a lot better. Yeah yeah that was. I remember sitting in the theater. I remember it came at the same time. Dick tracy because it was the first movie i got to go see by myself from parents and to go see dick tracy and i remember soon as started. I went all the characters. have shadows. we can't say shaded. You're gonna say tracy please sorry drip drip in hog. Tracy thank you. Those children listening purple headed mushroom. Gap does won't lighting and shadows in exit. The blew my mind is again that like the quality. I guess i just got used to be like movies. A quick did. But i want to say this character re rendered more expensively so just blew my mind i think that movie came out in nineteen ninety nine ninety nine one of the two And i know that at that time that they were big on I think beauty and the beast would have been the or node. Been rescuers down under but have been like whistles. Like an like disney's core animation. Yeah golden era. Yeah but i mean but this wasn't in the era where like oh like today. There'll be there'll be a kid's movie Computer animated movie. That comes out every month. Like i would just hate to be apparent. This is right before aladdin. Aladdin came up steam after this which is the first time they started using c g the cape of magic show. I believe this is the last one that was completely. If not hand-drawn non she used but it was a feature film. It was a good movie in sunset. Hit your tells frontal lobe so to say Sounds dirty but it wasn't like you know. I it's not it. We ask people about like animated classics. I mean low mermaid beating the bees. And i'm and i'm talking about like in my lifetime. Aladdin a pocahontas but nobody duck tells and they're like well the show pornographic remake of split team What adele's house. He's got duct tells from florida ceiling in just about every room. But the little bit that i saw i saw the new show like i saw how the animation was good but it almost kind of reminded me of like flash animation like it is and they. They did they used. If i remember correctly it was a mix of something that the south park guys use which allows them to render it very quickly and then they They had all the our work like pre programmed in so because they were it would allow them to do like eighty percent of the work very quickly manipulate like some of the specialty moves. If i remember and you'll see that it is definitely layer to look like a comic book. There's plenty times where you can even see the little dots that they would you know insert to look like a printed comic book for some of the backgrounds. That were intentional. Which actually took more work than just you know hitting you know. Fill so. I thought that was kind of interesting too. That they really. They definitely had a style. They're going for the buddy. That i was talking about with rob paulsen where i had listened to a glass on it and then i went to a birthday party. It was dell dell's dell caitlin glass and her husband live their neighbors to dell. Oh wow oh that's right because we were having lunch at the rabbit The the something rabbit. i think it was. That's right and you were talking about rob and his show. And i was like oh. That's that's so funny because my one of my friends of the voice actress and so we pulled up his episode. You know just to point out. Like oh she was just on my show and it just so happened without us. Knowing that the last episode he done.
Market corrections: scary but also, in some cases, necessary
"Well here we are right day. Four of honestly. Who knows how many days of big scary corona virus induced drops in the stock market? Another twelve hundred points down on the. Dow today four and a half percent four and a half percent on the S. and P. Five hundred as well. It's jarring I know but context being everything to point here. One the economy which as we know is not the. Dow is at this moment strong and too painful. The weeks like this may be these kinds of drops corrections. They're called are actually normal and good marketplace's Sabrina short gets is going. Technically there's no official definition of a correction but most people will tell you it's a fall of ten percent or more from a high correction basically can arise literally out of the Blue John. Bollinger is president of Bollinger capital management. Some corrections can be predicted. There are hints out there for example in this there were as a lot of fear building up a about the corona virus. Now the fact that we call them corrections suggests that something needed to be corrected and sometimes it did. Excessive OPTIMISM CALL COMPLACENCY JIM. Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Duluth old group. You'd become too easy to make money for a while. And there's a resolve that investors give up the scrutiny of fundamentals. And just buy something because it's simply going up and they don't want to miss out corrections can clear out that kind of buzzed. Buying and make people pay closer attention to the underlying health of companies can also shake things up for example. If everyone is piled on like lemmings to a few tech stocks it can shake some investors often. A different group of stocks can become the popular ones as for what to do when one comes along. Here's Andrew Karoly professor of finance at Cornell for the average investor out there the first instinctive reaction I always recommend is to stay calm and try to understand it. Listen to the market experts but not necessarily to react and certainly not to react quickly. Maybe just wait for to pass. They always do eventually in New York. I'm suburban ashore for
US stocks rebound from coronavirus selloff
"U. S. stocks are rebounding from the worst week in six months as investors speculate efforts to contain the coronavirus will minimize lasting damage to the global economy Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Leupold within capital management I do think that the way these things normally run is said that they're not the last four years typically and this is certainly creating a a major downward shock for China and Asia in general some shock at this point for the whole world but maybe it's just going to be a one quarter of
"paulsen" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Been watching as a kid back. My income shadow tank was great. You're the camera guy embodied double right there. You know how is flip flopping from talking to kids is about all these nice characters and then you know having to talk about some of the having having to talk to adult about some of the more mature stuff that you've done well that's another example An opportunity to work. I was twenty seven twenty eight years old in that shot that movie and I I remember going to audition for it was directed by Brian. Depalma Ryan to Paul Mba. It's a big deal. Brian depalma directed scarface directed Oh Gosh the woman Angie Dickinson. Direct directed Kerry original Kerry. I mean Brian. Look Brian Depalma's in that you know in that group that up directors Steven Spielberg and and Francis Ford Coppola. Martin Scorsese film school graduates zinc time so getting to work with Brian Depalma. Whose move just before that was scarface and I went to read? I got home and there was a voice message. Ah John Mind machine from agent saying Bryant. loved you. They're not gonNA use you for the character that additional thing else adds it's two or three days work and off you go and I didn't chair what it was. I knew the kind of outline of the story and I got there and it was this camera man and a porno movie shoot and I was in could I turned it down. Of course what I had. No I had to work and I wanted to work and years years later. It's been a lovely thing about which to chat because I even had an experience which when my son was fifteen or sixteen years old. He had a bunch of buddies over watching TV. I'm sitting sitting in front of where it used to be right now came into our sleeping Were unit movie called body. Double uh-huh and I did that. I did what you're doing now. And he said Oh my God you guys. It was my dad. This is funny. He recognized you young to look man you have to accept the good with the questionable. I own it all and I'm happy to talk about all of it. Yeah Eddie I mean that is being questionable that I liked by the W. No I can use a good movie I mean you know. It's it's Craig Watson and Melanie Griffith. That was remarkable that gentleman who saw me with the in the in that shot their played a really interesting part in in scarface. That actor forgive. Don't remembers numbers name. But he played a chainsaw sort of a mob chain saw murderer in scarfing scarfing. So yeah. He's the one I saw the gun having the best in the bathroom. Yeah John Looking tense scene right so anyway I look we did not know about MVP or youtube or any of this numb at that time and that would come back to heart. Yeah but I look at it that way I look at it as an example of something else that I can talk about. I was grateful for the job. I'm always grateful job every now and then people say Oh my God rob. You're in this thing called dot dot dot. That was. Yeah Bet that you wish you'd never done that. If I took a paycheck and I cash I got nothing to bitter universal universal studios gave me money. They Fed me Brian. Depalma let me in his movie. I was grateful for that opportunity. My son John was coming along. I got to buy baby food. I got to buy diapers cars that months. Are you kidding me man. I'm on everything that I have. Even my life dog food. This toilet paper is paid for with show Biz money money. I earned doing something that I would have done for free if I were a banker and I was living somewhere else and I got to work. You know in theater on the weekends and it's nothing against bankers and just saying I earn every my son's college gas in my cars motorcycles. Golf balls shoes. You know the the the money I spend the heat in my home is paid for with money earned doing something that I love just for the sake of how it makes my soul. Happy Dude. I won the lottery and I know it. There's no pretense here. This is a glorious thing thing that I've gotten to do and then I get to speak with Nice young people like you and the folks watching you and I'm not special. The way I make my living is kind of special official but I know how lucky I am and I'm not I'm not quitting and then I had throat cancer three years ago and I'm okay but now I have an opportunity to talk about throat. Cancer in the context of someone who is the voice of your child and I know that's not hyperbole. There are people yourself herself included. Who would say me Tom? Kenny tress McNeil Nancy Cartwright You Know Maurice Lamarche Marsh Frank welker pure column are hangers area. Harry were all the voices are Bana cash underwear the voices of your childhood on Seth Macfarlane and we really are but now I can talk about throat cancer with authority with with empathy. And I'm still working every day so now I have an opportunity because because of what could have been construed as like who shit while also so what man you guys know people that have cancer. Why not me? And I'm not a hero but but now I can talk about my cancer. Say and I'm back doing all these fantastic shows even after states three so cancer even after lots of radiation even after chemotherapy. All of that stuff so now. I don't know when as a result of your kindness there might be somebody watching this. Who's going to be inspired to get their own ship and everybody has everybody gets deigned? Everybody doesn't get Outta here here without a couple of scratches so it's my turn to tell that story and you're giving me the opportunity so it works out really well for everybody. No no I appreciate that. I appreciate you You know not only your humbleness but just being aware a lot of people they take that for for granted and clearly. You don't think great. Thank you very much for the for for telling me that because I don't and again look. Nobody's perfect the shelf included the differences. I think that I have parrots and a wonderful spouse awesome wonderful son who sent attic people with whom I work. Who all get Maurice? Lamarche is life. This Frank Welker is like this two things happened and let me make sure that I have is two things happen. Real quick one unnoticed. That the computer froze. I don't know what happened. I'm looking at this right now to see where we ended hold on hold on has it. Everybody gets dinged. Everybody doesn't get Outta here off screen so we did. We got most of that. We got most of that interview. Right there Listen what happened was the computer if froze and also rob had to go to work. He's got like he's going to go. Do some voice work if you were watching the interview. I apologize for what happened in fact bring up my bring up the chat here so I can see what you guys are talking about but yeah we Abegg but unfortunately rob is not back but rob said he will be back. This guy is so kind man this guy. Hi So Nice Rob Paulsen. Let me go and pull up where he is right now. This is the interview that we were doing. You don't want to see my face areas right there if you will listen to the interview. This is a voice voice acting legend Rob Paulsen who has done so many voices and I'm sure is a part of all your childhoods out there. There is doing with all the voices that he's done but let me tell you what happened here. Rob Rob said that he would be back. He has to go to work with the computer stopped but he has such a great time talking that he said that he will he. We'll be back. He will return to do another interview. He'll finish this off and I think man. That's that is very cool of to do that. That is that is amazing that he would be even that he would even do that. So what we're going to do is let me see here on my dashboard off a second. Can you guys and let me go ahead and bring up the chat here so I can see you guys talking but yeah. He said he had a great time. And we're going to reschedule. We're GONNA rescheduled for next week. Maybe next week sometime so I'm sorry if I get to your questions. I'm sorry if I wasn't able to finish interviewing cut off some weird space my apologies on that. But he said that he will be back. He said that We'll do a part to we'll have another long discussion and you really enjoyed not only talking to myself but really appreciate it all together and give. That was kind of very conduct..
"paulsen" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Been doing on camera stuff. Instill was writing both sides of the fence and I got the opportunity to audition for cartoons man. I just wanted to work wasn't like I was against doing anything. I liked to work as a singer. I who became an actor and moved out to La Ostensibly to live action and and then that opportunity arose and I jumped on it because there was another. She has to work but I started getting more and more work in that rally album and it was great because the first thing I recognize when I walked into those sessions many actors who might recognize from doing Traditional television when when I was growing up and they were in doing animation and nobody was limited by their look. And when you're now celebrity talent we just just another actor in Hollywood and you're trying to get work you are immediately pigeonholed by the way you look. Because that's how the castings breaks down. We're looking for you know a Caucasian location guy. Five foot ten hundred sixty five ish pounds to play the boyfriend of this girl we've already cast goes but when you're not limited by that that's that's fantastic and it was the case thirty five years ago and it's the case now I'm still unlimited by the way I look only limited committed by skill and by the kindness of people hire me man and it's it's great you know that's that's one of the things I want to ask you that same year in one thousand nine hundred three. We're talking about talking mostly about animation but we also said that you know you work in a live action that same year in one thousand nine hundred three in a movie. A Western horror Western in a blue car is a fire right you know. What else am I gonNa Fresh Face Rob Paulsen young outbreak there So a Lotta people see you sometimes and live action. Here's a here's a quick scene from among is a fire right here. Burn House.
"paulsen" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Hello everybody Korey Coleman here again again. I'm joining you in the middle of the day and you know what that means that usually means that we have someone who is an honor to speak to someone. We're very lucky to have as I guess. And that is the case today today. I am fortunate enough to be joined by someone who has had I would saying influence and has been a huge part of my life growing up in whether you want to not. He's been a huge part of yours and yours. Yes even yours over there this I I'm joined today by and I've been describing him like this all week. Voice Actor extraordinaire Rob Paulsen. How are era? Well Corey thank you so much for that loved the introduction. I'm breathing and I'm not in jail but today is not over yet so far so good you never know you never know as you say. You're a busy man. You never nowhere happened. Yeah the reason why is a real pleasure. Really thank you have to tell you. I've spoken to many many. The people rob in some people have been very kind of some people have been very Kurt. You far just in the few seconds that we've spoken are you. You're one of the nicest people I've ever talked to. Well that's very kind of you. Thank you for lowering your standards. I Look I've got nothing about out which not to be nice I I don't. I don't really quite understand corey. Why that why what you described in terms of the difficult aspect of some folks don't understand why that's even an issue when you're lucky enough to do something for American dollars that you used to get in trouble for in high school and then Nice people like you take the time to talk to us and put time aside to to lead us into your life and then give us a nice big welcome at a nice big build up? Sure you do that for everybody. And then they're difficult will screw him. I mean that's ridiculous. Plus don't then don't be interviewed. I get it if you're not comfortable and don't do it. I mean this is a privilege I worked it really hard for the privilege of being in a position in which nice people like. You WanNa talk to me. So it's it's my great pleasure. Thank you know You know what I often thought the same thing myself and I do get it. People are busy people things to cheer people have different personalities. But I really do. This is this already just really sets up a very comfortable tone for what I know is going to be an amazing discussion because people they they know they. They've been asking me questions all week about about you because you have been such a part of their childhood even then their lives as they become adults. Yes well it's pretty remarkable A number of the shows does outlook. I I've been way more fortunate than the average actor. Ninja turtles alone. If you get a shot at something that becomes what it is Thank you wow look at that. It's you win the lottery I I am continually sort of a perpetual showbiz lottery winner and now to have people your age younger and even older than I who still love these characters and in the context of Saint Pinky and the brain around a maniacs even love them more than what they came out twenty. Five years ago he's found important characters and I've learned that it's way more than a paycheck. Or you know it's I think a lot of us were able to make our living in a creative endeavor And lucky enough to do it for thirty five almost forty years and then still go to work. Every day you're able to really see What an impact? The characters whether they're live action or animated continue to whether it's traditional cinema or animation Showbiz Showbiz and the the extent to which these characters connect with people is amazing to me and especially as I get older I constantly blown away. It's remarkable yeah you know in a in. I mean what I'll tell you why I'm so so I'm so amazed your demeanor not that not not that I think is right but people have an eagle. But if you did that'd be like okay. Man You earned it you got yeah. Look I've got an EGO. Everybody has one but I think it's in check. A large part of it is that I understand understand that the characters were famous. It's not it's not me an and that's not false modesty good at my job but man. I don't write them. I don't drum and I can't even draw rush stick figures and you got nothing. Any actor will tell you. Got Nothing without a script I'm very good at my job. But Jesus Christ I should be up and doing it for ever for the and and I'm a I'm reaping the appropriate rewards for doing a good job but people don't generally stand in line waiting for the next Rob Paulsen cartoon that may change and I hope it does because everybody wants to star but I have no False sort of Ideas of where I am in the in the Pantheon of Hollywood I I'm confident in myself. I but I think a healthy ego but I also know that this is not the ROB Paulsen show. This is a People like pinky their Rafael Donald Television. Carl Weezer like Arthur. They like all these other characters and and many no. It's me thanks to nice people like you. Who Take the time to chat with me and put my my ugly Mug up there on screen but tens ends of millions hundreds of millions of people these characters and they have no idea who I am and that's fine so I I'm well aware that this is a deeply collaborative effort? Okay so I would just dip it with you on a small level. They're okay you know and that you to your credit you have done. You'll one of the hardest people do research for man because it's just too much stuff you have over five hundred credits credits to you your career and you know and like you said a lot of people they know they they might know you are. They might know the the character which you have done numerous. I have to say that you have done disappointed out there. Let people know we see the cartoon characters there in the animation here but you have done a mixture of both live action and animation within your career and a lot of people you just put that out there with some of the characters in my no as we said it is anywhere from transformers Ninja Turtles Raphael Ninja Turtles. But I mean I how can I even list all the stuff you'd have to go to his. I'm D- page and believe me you're going to spend a minute. It just scrolling on this guy's on his page what one of the characters that. I do know that people love you for is Yoko from Anna. ETA maniacs. And I'm going to ask you do the voice. But here's a here's here's Jakko be character and the character.
"paulsen" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"Gordie Howe Ted Lindsay. The guys who were bigger than life In in terms of speed I I I gotTa tell you. There's no comparison. The kids today all can skate like the wind. They're all in perfect shape and they all take care of themselves. It's amazing mazing They all work out every day on the off season mostly guys in the NHL so cars and their off seasons in the fifties you know they had to make a living Gordon ever made more than two hundred large as a red wing and nobody no rookie plays for two hundred large anymore. You know so It was remarkable thing to be able to be down on the ice with those guys. Be Sure and and God what a privilege and the nicest people And I have to tell you also result of my my deep love and admiration for Gordie Howe. Every single player of that era had a story about gordy forty because they were all as big a fan as you and I are Greg and I remember playing a charity Game Alan dicks Son Robin I believe we've had juvenile diabetes and We played in a charity game to benefit that particular charity in London. Not Far from Alan Thicke grew up and I remember we. It was the summer sun out there Louis debrusk and who sunjay plays in the NHL. Now Brendan Shanahan. We're skating around. And then Gortat comes out guys. And I'm I'm telling you ladies and gentlemen those big bad ass. Professional million dollar whatever multibillion-dollar hockey players immediately turned into little kitsch. I asked I asked Brendan I said so this is cool for you as it is for me so all night. That's that's Gordie Howe and that and it was like saying saying that's the pope but it was so wonderful to see how these really tough guys had utter reverence for Gordy but so did Phil. LS Procedo Soda. Brad Parks so bobby Orr every time I got to meet one of those guys. John McKenzie Ken Dryden Keith. Magnuson rest is so all these people the WHO am. I got to meet playing hockey and playing hockey with my hockey cards. Come to life whenever Gordon was mentioned or he was in. You know part of the equation or came to the at that they they were really very reverential. In fact even Phyllis was his story said because he came into the league with Chicago Blackhawks. He grew up in the Su- you know but the northern Michigan on -Tario border and he said My Gordie Howe story is My first time playing Gordon at the Olympia I was. I don't know twenty one years old and and I told all my teammates have been asked for Mr Hockey stick afterwards and so But he said I was playing center and Alex Gotten away out of the face off circle. So Gordon came in to take the face off puck drops Gorda hits me letting face broke my nose and Skating the you know the bench Gordy got two minutes whatever. I'm scared of the bench inch until he goes F.. You Gordon he used to be my hero. Love stuff like that you know. It's like filthy those willing to talk to you about how happily broken his nose was because he got no Gordy. You're my hero. But now you know they they hug each other and they have beers and they slap these stories it to be a human fly on that wall. Greg Oh my God it was. It was unbelievable. Let me ask you a couple of career things here. Where do your voices come from? I mean like I think back to like your I biggest new job in the yield. Gi Joe Carter Kid. Oh Yeah I loved it. You go from that to Pinky to voices are you. As a writer. I'm constantly thinking about other writers and sometimes I approach a story in. Maybe someone else's voice. Sometimes I'm just get the toned right. Where are you pulling voices from from people in your life or they are they just things that you conjure up magically out of the Eddie get to them I wish I could say that it was something like that magical and really very very mysterious. But I'm an actor I I think I have I think I had a natural affinity for picking up dialects the election. I have a pretty good year. I was a singer. I so There is a certain musicality to creating voices so I think it was sort of a natural thing for me but as a kid I was always fascinated by guys like the obvious. You know the usual suspects Jonathan Winters Red Skelton I know we're talking way back there but I'm sick. Aw Oh so I've been around But Victor Borge and my grandparents were both Dacia. Victor Borders dialect was easy to grab and even though I didn't use them I I had this facility to cultivate them but I think moreover is I have a fearlessness. And and I don't mean that in like I'm GONNA stand in front of a train. I don't care if people think I'm on a complete idiot at. That's what I do for a living I. I've never been afraid could be a complete goofball which in real life is not necessarily good thing and my my wife could test for that however in this realm Making a living as an actor when more particularly voice guy. It's exactly what we need aid. the ideas. Once you step into the booth at Disney or Warner brothers and nickelodeon cartoon network or wherever that you don't behave like anything in particular except talking lab mouse who's bent on world domination whatever the hell that means and so With respect to snow job. And thank you for bringing that up because that was after the first cartoon ever did transformers and and the The breakdown was that okay. This guy is a a soldier older. He's an Alpine soldier and we think he's probably from the northeast so he's a are being taught and I have no problem with that particular dialect. You WanNA hockey playing fans from up there. In North Kingstown Rhode Island water. You know shoot the PUCK and love bobby on number four so I had No no problem sliding into that and one thing led to another today not bad. Yeah you want to do this do you WanNa do this other show called transformers and I said sure. What's that about these crazy sheens and transformed and out of cars and trucks? And you're GonNa do something called an area where you you know your character. Ten turns into like a jet got you guys called slingshot and this guy's called air raid and off you go and I'll be damned twenty five thirty years later I get calls from You know super fans of transformers and Judge Joe Inviting me twelve these events like dude. I did like five episodes of the habit man. You were slingshot slingshot. It's just it's so cool to find sweet people like you and and you know no this is not hyperbole meant millions of others who have found these characters affect them profoundly deep way and to go from from that and by the way what happened was I was doing live action music and And got the opportunity to audition for cartons. I didn't come here to do that. I came out of the national channel stuff but when the opportunity presented itself and I'm man this is the GIG. Nobody cares what I look like everybody. When you're a non celebrity Is Limited waited at least at the beginning of a process and a an audition process by how you look and I'm fine with that. That's the way it goes the man with cartoons. It's not about that at all it's about your talent and your And the kinds of people that hire you so I said man let me do more of this and then one the thing led to another and it was all the Disney inched up doc wearing duck. gummy bears and goof troop and Rescue Rangers Duck Tales. And all that. And then it was The Warner Brothers stuff Tiny toons and Tasmania and Anna Maniacs and thinking in the brain and freakazoids and then slide over nickelodeon Jimmy Neutron fairly odd parents and Ninja turtles again. Twenty five years after the initial Rafael Rafael. In which you know nobody knew ended up being utterly iconic The fact that nobody cared I looked like came to help me out again again. Twenty five years later and I got got to be Donatello for another hundred twenty episodes so And now we're back doing animating action thinking of rain again crazy crazy with Mr Spielberg precisely because the fan base is exponentially larger than it was when the show aired initially and it people love love and a maniacs and Pinky and the brain and with a capital L I mean I I have marines. Who will come up to see? Maurice Lamarche was the brain tonight at these events. And they'll I'll start to cry when I say God you on the big went up. Nice to see you and They they do what you're doing now but they'll start to get a little bit tear. I Jeez I'm so sorry. But he's not Mr Paulson. You'd understand I did three tours in Iraq and You know go out on patrol and of course their job is to kill people and not be killed themselves and then get back and they tell me stories about how the DVD's of painting the brain or Anna Maniacs Gi. Joe Or the the simpsons are spongebob. Or whatever the office you know something that takes them and unless some decompress with a couple of beers before they gotta go out and do that again and I had no idea no idea how important he shows are much bigger than an action figure much bigger than paycheck. And I'm pretty proud. That'd be able to do this GIG. It's it's a remarkable thing to watch grown people two or three generations freak out when Rafael stock terrific yeah for sure And one last one the crew here your pin DVD pages fascinating. It's like it's like walking through three decades of toys R. US right like all the properties description. I'm going to steal that. Thank you love that. Foul means Gimme. GimMe Gimme one thing you worked on that surprised you by how big got and give me one thing you worked on. That surprised you that it didn't hit because he had the Ninja Turtles. That's a major. You Know Generational Success Maniac. Same deal thinking brain same deal. I got imagine there are some things where you did it. And you're like as this is a one and done deal then all of a sudden it becomes a GIG and there are probably other things that you did that. You're like wow. This is going to be the next three years of my life and then all of a sudden the toilet ends or the shows cancelled season. And and that's right you need and you nailed it and that's what's so special. I'm just as a as a quick side. That's what's so special special about pink granite. Those are two shows that were The coin that old hackneyed phrase art. For Art's sake that is to say Look you're talking to fifty percent percent of the Ninja Turtles on one old guy from Detroit right so I know about action. Figures and that show has generated six billion with a B. and merchandise But Anna Maniacs and thinking the brain have relatively little swag t shirts every now and then there will probably be more because of it coming back next year on Hulu blue but those shows are being rebooted precisely because they're great shows beautifully written. They're funny. The music is astonishing. I mean I got the same. All the countries of world world incredible music forty P Soka strip obviously resulted Mr Spielberg but So I am very proud of those shows because because it's not about merchandise but in terms of your question This show that surprise me now. More specifically the character that surprises. This is me In terms of how people continue to embrace it is I didn't show called Jimmy neutron boy genius and I always yeah yeah. Little Fat guy named Carl who is Kinda Chubby guy wears glasses and has easy L. and SORTA needs his own in. Hey or and people flip out over that guy. I don't understand it The shows up the air for ten years or whatever and I don't know that they're coming back. But pay this reboot mania but man when I some guys just this morning out here in the gory hills putting some Christmas Christmas tree lights up in my oak trees and the guy. WHO's the head of the the group here? The boss man said Hey I heard you do cartoon voices anything we you know and I said well maybe if you've had a TV over the last thirty years. I'm kind of a smart ass. You know and one of them said you Jimmy Neutron. Yeah he's Carl and I swear to God. The blood drained other kids face. I mean he was just this side of passing out and You Okay Buddy I mean it was and that's the character that surprises me in terms of how it's affected people. There was a show in terms of of one that I thought was going to make it very very smart. It was a show I did with Pam. Add Line and Whom you guys know as bobby from Bobby Hill from Kenya the hell and also she was the star Dr Grown Fx show called straight better everything's now. Yeah Yeah and Mark Hamill who you guys know as the savior of the universe and by the way you also known him as the joker he was the joker. For Twenty Years Batman the animated series and there are many people my son's age who's thirty five and and he's like look. I Love Batman. Chris Bail Chris Nolan. I love all that all the different iterations but man if I was on a desert island and I was I had to be with my Batman for the next twenty years.
This is now the best bull market ever
"Best decade ever in it pretty much. I'd say it's pretty hard to argue that we're not so the current bull market has been extraordinary awhile back some point. Last year reached the achievement of being the longest bull market exceeding the bull market that went from ninety eighty nine to two thousand but it wasn't the highest returning bull market until recently at least according to the old group which is an investment research firm so as reported by CNBC. They say that the current bull market as of November. It reached a total return by this. I mean as five hundred a four hundred seventy two percents and its price and dividends that exceed the succeeds the previous record of the best bull markets as World War Two that was four hundred and fifty four percent which went from nineteen forty nine to one thousand nine hundred fifty five so it's pretty extraordinary. Jim Paulsen who is the chief. Investment strategist at the little group told hold. CNBC caught the most outstanding feature of the cycle since two thousand eight is always going to be fear. I referred to this cycle to some degree as the bearish bull market and I think that makes total little sense myself included as someone who's been through this can't keep on going and he pointed out that a lot of people that been that way they have kept sort of dry powder on the decide which has been part of what keeps fueling. This bear is bull market because more people say like okay. I'm GONNA miss out. And they keep putting some of this stuff. They had the side into the market. Now I should say that not. Everyone agrees that this is the longest bull market because you define a bull market has basically market goes up until it hits a twenty percent decline. There have been two points over the past decade where market did drop twenty percent on an intraday basis once in two thousand eleven and wants towards the end of next year but in both those instances says the market sort of picked up towards the end of the day so then a closing basis. The market was down by like one thousand nine point five percent But regardless of of what kind of aid you give to this bull market it has been extraordinary for stocks and it's been extraordinary for the economy because This is December birth. And I think we can pretty safely say. We're not going to hit recession in this month this month. Being the last of this decade so that will make this decade the first in the united the states when we have not had a recession at least going back to eighteen fifty s which is when they started keeping track of such things. So that's pretty good
"paulsen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Recognize. That had three in three parts and you do that. It's it's just the coolest thing we we done princess bride. We've done we've done dirty. There's like there's one of the bookers who has ask for. Jeff Jefferson. Yeah you'll have a wheel. He'll spin the wheel and whatever movie it lands on. He'll be like okay rob. We Got Star Wars skier skier. Look Skywalker lost data. We have a prison so much fun. porky pig Princess Leia. Hell they'll be while the unhappily it'll be one of my Hologram orcas forgiving. Let's do Jake. It's Chinatown the remaking Chinatown Rob's wonderful book Gil lessons it's terrific. It's about gratitude. Rob Paulsen voice lessons. How a couple of Ninja Turtles? Pinky Anna Maniac saved my life not got it. Oh what that's not hyperbole. The frigging truth I Thank you guys for bringing that up I am I. What's that actually? We make plans in God laughs from three years ago. I feel a little lump on my neck and it turns out to be staged three throat cancer and you guys were kind enough to have me on chat about it before but it's not about that we all got got our stuff. We all know that You know Gil was kind enough to to focus on some of the children. He's had contact with right now. I mean Jesus Right now. Somebody's getting getting a phone call about their baby. Somebody's getting a phone call about their wife. Somebody's getting a phone call about a twenty seven year old father just had a chai and so I'd already had this incredible career and wonderful family. But I didn't die. What I did was get the daylights Outta me because the treatment but now and Bob and I were just talking about this? We've had wonderful careers but in the context of Hollywood. It's not a big deal. We're just lucky that we've been working but when you're able to Haven't experienced like this that I certainly wouldn't recommend anybody. However if you gotta go through it you come out with a impossibly deep sense of not only gratitude but empathy so we now have the experience where where I I can now go to sit with someone or talk to them hold their hand or whatever metaphorically or otherwise? When when I say boy I know I know and it turns out and I was just on Dr drew's show on KABC? And and he said you know rabbi often talked to people who say Gosh you know. It's turned out that I have the gift of cancer or the gift of fill in the blank. Because if if you're able to contextualized what a problem is what struggle means. It turns out that you can really be helpful. And and in my case it was as a result of this book in the context of these characters because all of us here have been fortunate to work on shows that bring utter joy the people and so now Do Too Nice folks like you opportunities to do some public speaking. It turns out that I have this bully pulpit from which I I can I can tell my story and then like you're talking about people come up to us at these events through tears telling me thank you for sharing your story about throat cancer. Let me tell you about my my brother who just died of liver cancer. But he's you know it. He fought as long as he could but he the last six months of his life every day. Hey that he would have this particular treatment. That was very difficult for him but it kept them around for another holiday. We all had our watches on Alarms because because we had a little piece of Ninja Turtle Memorabilia. Every time that this young man would go through his treatment so every day I had my turtle action configured my pocket or my turtle Bandanna because my brother who just passed away at thirty seven lived for the Ninja Turtles and so- turtles will mean more to my family that you'd never know and that's what I'm learning as a result of the book so for us for talking about one of the touching things in the book to is your friendships is Maurice. And and trust and Sean Astin Austin and Randy and now everybody was there for you totally. You know who your friends are when the chips are down. Yeah and the truth is that my wife and I decided not to talk about it too much because there was no point again. Everybody's got their shit. I gotTa Tell You I saw you. I don't know if there's an audition or a job and I heard I didn't know I felt terrible but bob you didn't know because we didn't tell exhibited you're just saying that that nobody knew sure and I all I kept thinking was and you know I've known rob for thirty something years time. We're not like we don't break bread every day but we're friends I sure and I've just felt. Oh my God I wasn't there from an rand but you guys need your spacing to deal with your time. Yeah but I agree with you guys this book and I read it right. You're signing. It is brilliant. Thank you well a lot of humor. It does because it's about that in fact my My radiation oncologist the first time I met him. You know Dr Henry Impulse comes. This is Mr Paul Son. He's his pleasure to meet you. I I know what you do for leaving. Giving him sure we can help you. I don't know if you'll be able to you know we're pretty sure we can cure you but before we do. We almost have to kill you. I started laughing because it reminded me of like like a cheesy cheap goldfinger. Tim Tamra off do you Mr compulsively. Do you expect me to say are nomadic. Pinky expect you to cure an But anyway it thank you because due to my wonderful friend Mike Leeman. WHO's the real guy who did all the heavy lifting? It turned out to be a good book. I'm really proud of it. Assadi to was Bob. Sa's thank you. It's it. He was his idea to open up the the book audio uh-huh an imprint with Pinky. Getting the news broke into him that I had cancer and so I say just Pinky I gotta go to chat with you about something bad news rob well it Kinda. Yes Oh no is Rosie. o'donald back on TV. Well what is it what is it well. Let me put it this way my soaking not. Let's put it. I'm not a cancer. I'm a pisces. Although it seems I. Haven't you have cancer. Well Yeah are you GONNA die. I I don't know maybe who's GonNa pay for this fucking job and that what you guys guys you're doing right now is music to our. We're all in the comedy business and you know I it to be able to laugh as we all do and then you you you get to meet these people. As we've all discussed today who've kept in touch with US or Gilbert's great story about the man patting the picture of his son. Yeah it turns out that these he's characters that we've all been involved in have a deeply personal utterly positive effect on all of them even through the the possibility of burying your child. I will never know what that's like. Thank God and people do it every day and they get up the next Goddamn Day and they put on their shoes they soldier on so I now have these examples of profiles encouraged that I never would have had otherwise. And that's what the book is about. The book is about how powerful awful is humorous. Well congratulations thank you very too often to all three of you for using your gifts. It's a pleasure in such a way. Let's let's Let's get the plugs into a new looney tunes girls a pile of our two hundred new shorts She's a kind of a bag of money. AAC Dude I. I'm so blessed because it's like it looks like you're looking at nineteen forties. Bob Look so colour. We've got one. It's called cursor the Monkey Bird word that's out for Oscar consideration in the theater. So thank you. Frank was literally talk about. I gotTA stop dropping names. Bobby Niro told me that I had lunch yesterday with San San registered president of Warner Brothers animation and man. Did he go on about you. And those shows blesses their chiller. And what's happening with the maniacs reboot Lantau how we're coming back as a result of the largest of Mr Spielberg and Hulu and Warner brothers. Animated Accent Pinky and the brain are coming back next year. I guess about this time but as we all know it's a brave new world. The way programming happens on. Hulu and Netflix is kind of like I guess yeah..
"paulsen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"In that house and it was me and my wife was played by eating McClurg and check this out this talk about great show Biz Trivia? The the actor who replayed our son was Dick beals. The Voice of eighty nine member on David and Goliath House. How's Davey and and Dick beals? Who played my son? Was My parents age as you. You may recall. Dick beals was just a small person born in nineteen twenty seven and he spoke like this his whole life out here. David and Goliath Davey. Hal Smith was Goliath is right and Davey was Dick. beals and speedy alka Seltzer Dick beals. So here's a great story talk about being an enterprising young man Dick writes a book called perfect. Think big so we get to work and Dick has a few books and he said I just like to thank you very much have written a book and and you're all. We're very proud of this with Hanna. Barbera would you like a copy of the book I said. Oh My god Mr Beal's thank you so much and so he signed me to rob you know. Good luck always Dick beals feels so I'd take the thank you so much Dick. Turn to walk away that that'll be that'll be ten fifty. You're serious heart attack ads sir. Of course I wasn't gonNA take credit cards and check this out so so I said Oh of course Dick Smart Guy. He's already signed it right and I said I'm so sorry all I have is twenty. That's Okay I've got. I've got change. I know what I'll do. I'll sucker the kid in. Make him feel good outside it to them and then I'll hit I'm with you owe me ten fifty sun. It was great bobby. Yeah what about you at the Christmas. Parades Bob the work in the grandstand Jimmy. Stewart Mickey Rooney. Yeah I did for about ten years. I was the grandstand announcer for the Hollywood Christmas walking. You're a history book of all these things we didn't know about the well it was it was pretty cool. It made my first year. You're Jimmy Stewart was the Grand Marshal and I'm I'm on. I'm down on the street with the moving cars. And Ladies and Gentlemen Jimmy Stewart and I give him the Mike and he's got me by the arm and the Mike's on a cord is before and he's talking he goes. I'm here on glorious hair and it's a wonderful life harvey's his hair and and I'm starting to lose this lack of my core especially cars moving moving strip Mr Mr. I'm losing. I'm losing. I drop the MIC. Got Me by the elbow. L. Boy's death grip on my elbows. I'm walking. How old was he at this time? One hundred six and I'm walking. I'm walking down Sunset Boulevard towards highland. And I missed her story. You're they're just talking to nobody right now. Just let's just you and me. Yeah Gio and million harsh. And what about Mickey Rooney. Oh God Mickey Rooney was. I mean I loved Mickey Rooney. He's one of my all time favorite entertainers but if you look a bullshit her I mean if he it tells he tells me he was. You know when I was a little boy I sat on Walt Disney's knee. Yeah and he said Mickey I'm going to create a cartoon cartoon character after you. Oh dear so mickey mouse was him. Well that's what he says and the world. According to Mickey Rooney none of it is true right. But God bless Mickey Bruce. Almighty God is needed to know that I heard a story that Mickey Rooney who's doing a show somewhere and his big thing and this was like all the workers who would gather out. Hey Mickey is doing it again and Mickey would be on a aw wall phone and he'd be like fucking some chorus girls the wall while talking to his his wife over them all. I have to say that find large I I have to say. I've never heard good things about. I don't know I just WanNa Know Mickey Rooney record that conversation that animate. We did a song that goes h a great big universe and we are really puny. Where just tiny little specks about the size of Mickey Rooney tastic? Let's Let's this is just because it was in the intro and because Gilbert is obsessed with the bad voices on the beyond the Old Beatles cartoons Oh yeah and this is obviously before just came along because is he could he could knock ringo out par he really could yeah but he was probably not even born but it's ball. Paul frees turns out to be the guy who was doing John John Lennon God. Yeah he was doing to Camp Sam it was doing over. Hey Hey all joel. Jr Vent Jar among the other actors. Were I think it was like two of them. Doing all. Four Ford was a woman. You're one of them was a woman problem. Yeah I can't I didn't write down Our Name. I never knew that I mean I watched that show because I was the part of Beatlemania. Sure but I had I. You're a rock and roll guy. Yeah yeah now. I'm getting a mental block. I hate when this happened. And the voice of of the wizard of is Frank. morano frank was was Frank Morgan what you're doing for Captain Crunch Oh. That's a good question did was was ause do. Most of Dawson's characters were impressions of Classic Accurate Win. Well well a wally gator with ED and Bert Lahr lawyer even even You might have gotten garage. Oh Yeah Kevin. Cross days attention to the man behind the bell. I don't know I the frank isn't billy adding a little Frank Nelson to one of those Futurama characters. Sea Frankenhausen yes and one thing Nelson. Yes it was funny it does at one doctor Warburg or something a little bit of Jacoby. I think it's toby meets. George is in is in one of the other characters with with with with the meat I leave the markets on my Shangri Ch. That was he was because he talks about how he breaks. That right zoe birds because he takes that Lou Jacobi Kobe in the diary of Anne. Frank correct right because he's Bull Shit Zuhdi or something like that. Easy you Are you start stole from the children. S The food from the children takes that in mash makes it a Wacky zany cartoon in reference right. Yeah Yeah have you heard Gilbert's Chessel no let me hear okay. Okay how long Mama Drudgery Son Drudgery the one that change your checks every Niger in my did you get that paradise. Angel- Watt you're right the power that power folks lives knowing were ages. Something that's great. That's our God does a big call for these days. Yeah Yeah Hey kids love it. Who did the Voice of Boris Karloff? In God's monsters Oh my that's interesting it wasn't Maurice. No not that I know of will have to check into that. I will have to check out because I don't really know I. That's a great brandon frazier. Bob McFadden that used to do the. The KARLOFF voiced. The Guy The guy that did the Franken Berry in Count Chocula because as right up his alley see see. I don't even know who was it. The Monster Mash. Do you know who did the voice of Singer I was always. Yeah Bobby Boris he would have been gone by then and I never knew who did the voice once in Gods and monsters who was a more natural everybody does like on. Yeah everyone does that. was that was. Boris Karloff. Doing Thriller Jazz and I and Grinchey but if you heard him on on conversations Oh my God. He decided nothing. No he's very very sweet gentle like What's his name? Jonathan Harris Harris. I worked with that guy one hundred times. What a gas? Oh my God I said to him. So Mr Harris. What part of England are you from he goes? I'm not British boy on the thected yes he. Yeah we're on a Brooklyn Jew and proud of it. Anyway I refer to his old to his wife as the O.. Dragon Dragon Oh my God. He was in the bill. Dana show when he was in the original Broadway cast of teahouse of the August. Moon wounded good unbelievable. Oh I love wants made a cartoon of problem child and Jack Warden as as says big bill. I should remember the name so that people in problem child big.
"paulsen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"This escape it. Yeah he got got tearful. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's incredible how. How did how did pinkies voice and this is? You've you've been asked this question a million times. How did you arrive at a a- At pinkie it was You know just like we all do throw stuff against the wall am. Anna Maniacs. was a protracted acted audition piece because everybody knew that it was Mr Spielberg and lots of music and all that stuff some of the wilder and we tried a bunch of different stuff. My heroes when I was a kid where Jonathan Winters Peter Sellars Red Skeleton Carol. Brunette the usual gang. You Know Foster Brooks fought our. Wow Wow yeah. He's anyway so we all played with voices But for whatever reason as it dwindled down I must say that Maurice Reese when he walked in. It was a complete as soon as he opened his mouth. And they put Orson Welles with that picture of the brain and the giant brow. And all you know modeled after our friend. Tom Minton yes. That's why the honor to work for totally day just said Well we don't. We can cancel the rest because we got the brain. Did he come in with they can we. Can you do your rose or something. I think Mo- looked at it and said Oh I think I got something was Maurice. Just walking around doing this Orson Welles impression you know. Of course we know more Maurice's a was a successful standup Rodney Dangerfield. Yeah but He's did such great impressions and it just fit like a glove and so I throw a bunch of different stuff in it we mixed and matched and finally they kept saying you know. got that kind of Weird Cockney vibe that you're doing works really well with the brain and they would try it you know. Write a script and have it go back and forth and I would basically it was the pythons Johnson Peter Sellers who were paying tribute to your to ask some of your comedy. Heroes and totally I every Orson Welles was always that. Yeah Yeah Handy Yes yes and to hear that you go. Oh My god God. That's the voice. Many looped Ed Wood Wood. And when you see Vince to know fro- playing a young Orson Welles it's Mo- is the right. Yeah yes sir. But it's also great is that we love the the fact that we can do this. GIG and people are so versatile most been the voice of Toucan Sam Sam which was a Paul Frees Gig? Yeah he's been doing it for thirty years. Probably longer than Paul did yeah. I think he's doing Ronald Colman. Ronald's follow your nose. We can do that down to found the thing I do now. You know but but also our Buddy Jim Cummings is Winnie. The new tigger the Tasmanian Devil. He's another crazy talent. Oh my God and Ray the firefly and princess and the sang those great songs such a good singer God and when Paul Frees was speaking about you know was born is bad enough and so many other great characters but he was also the pillsbury dough boy. Yeah yeah these guys are just so talented. And it's their utterly different ancillary market. There was a voice over guy. New Name Name. You probably have met him a lend maxwell. Oh Yeah Glenn Maxwell I remember. I used to do the Hawaiian Punch less right. Of course yeah. Yeah and how about a Nice Hawaiian about an ice Hawaiian Punch and I remember. Because he did all these different character voices and I said do you just do a regular voice and he goes. I've got about ten regular voice. Yeah and they all sounded like he wasn't putting on a voice he's imagine that was Paul Frees and you go to Disneyland and the Haunted Mansion. Paul frees opens his mouth. And it's just incredible. And and Herschel Bernardi was charlie the tuna very good. I just all so cool and Buddy Arnold Stang remember on top Castrol. Yeah he was doing the hill silvers. That's right yeah and Marvin Kaplan who on this show to not see how is how old is mark. He's gone way. He was terrific really Paul Lorenzo Music. We are all very good good buddies with Lorenzo and what was so so charming Lorenzo. He knew we had one voice. Yeah but we aren't remember auditioning with him for a Knott's Berry Farm Halloween radio spot right so he's supposed to be the Knott's Berry farm. Hi Welcome Knott's Berry Farm. How can I help? On playing like a Dracula guy do bobbing for blood or whatever. It was okay so we get done and we're getting ready to leave an so great Lorenzo says says he robbed you mind if we switch characters and I read for will know if the if you know casting sure so we switch and I say hi. Welcome to Knott's Berry Farm. The Blood Lorenzo WASN'T DRACULA. Carlton the Doorman Eh. Did you ever hear the wren's demo his Lorenzo's demo literally two minutes of different commercials of him saying hello in different ways. Yeah Hi honey. Hi Oh hi hi there. How Was it Kentucky Fried? I chicken voice guys right one thing but he did so well and he was but of course. He made all his money producing and writing Mary. Tyler Moore Rhoda League writer. I remember remember when we had Marvin Kaplan on this show the first thing I spoke to him on the phone I and the first thing you recognize that voice. He's immediately and Frisbee and the great race and and right. Yeah you know. He obviously didn't understand like podcast and he and he goes I. Do I have to dress up for. It's hard I I was really good over. Because he's such a you as the body. The man I'm afraid I think I dislocated my scapula putting on my slip. Agitate about some of these other names because we have bob and I were talking on the phone. He said he worked with a great Howard. Morris Oh yeah yeah and how. It's name I'm already came up the House Smith Dave Howard. Morris was part of your show of shows. How does Andy Griffith and they worked with him if he was a director after? I never called monster high very good Monster High Oh yes originally to risk risk hangman and blazing sound so my very first naughty. My first my first commercial ever yeah was was for the Church of Jesus Christ front door so no one of the tribes. So I I walked in and ridgely walks in the dog and we're on phone patch with Utah and you and and ridgely walks up to the Mike and says has a dog and there's a long pause long pause and over the I hear a a WHO said that the engineer in La says that was Bob. And I'm originally. That was originally slated. Bergen originally little hormone Norman. Same Way. Yeah I remember seeing Pat McCormick the voice caster and I somebody had asked him while I was there and I. It's a true story. I'm sure he told her about what was the. What was the Best Karnak response? That didn't make it. The answer is Cock Robin Conc Robin and the open the envelope. And this has been my mouth Batman that's something and cat McCormack's holding court and telling that and then I swear to God another time I walked and it was like it was like being in Broadway. Danny rose member we're Johnny Hamer Short was the guy. He's the guy in Annie Hall. Who's doing a wonderful from here? Exactly thank this is why I love your show so much because you guys were talking about so I walk in and I had literally watched any hall like two nights before and I see Johnny Hamer and I said Oh my god Mr Hamer Hi. My Name is Rob Paulsen. I'm such a fan. I gotTa tell you Sir I just watch you know a anti hallway of an and before I finished he goes. Oh you mean hey. The Room looks wonderful. From here he just went on. You push the God Sale L. Mash to Nobody who knew Bob Ridgely said to me that like the way had that weird ending where he wind up in prison boogie night crying said had Bob Ridgely live longer. That would have been out. We could doubt listen. I I remember my wife and son and our heading down to San Diego on a train. 'cause it's a fun thing to take the starlight coast starlight. So we go down there and I. It was four.
"paulsen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Send me videos of my little girl didn't make it but you just gotTa know what fill in the blank. Thank Mentor Way Bigger paycheck. It's astonished that is that's beautiful. You guys saw the documentary. You're certainly aware of it and yeah yeah animated. Yeah it was so Mr Suskind right. Yes yes I was just doing. Some New York with the Autism shine a light on autism Whatever the autismspeaks and yeah I had seen A Life Life automated. And isn't it interesting now. How many people we see on the autism spectrum at these conventions that come up I notice that yeah? Yeah Incredible Gilbert. I can't get enough of it and often children. You know like twenty-five or thirty year old children who are struggling with autism issues. I've had more than a half dozen experiences where a loved one will come up to me and say here's my brother. He's about ten or twelve people down in line and he's he's really struggling because often there they have issues with stimulus over being overshadowed. But I'll be damned. That young man will stand there a young woman and really struggling ruling but they gotta talk to Pinky. It's what or Yoga. Whatever it is that gets them out of their head and they're willing to go through that and drive hours stand in line and they come up there shaking not from nervousness to see you shaking from their phobia or whatever it is A man you you open your mouth and IAGO comes out and it just evaporates and Rick and magical and they know my career better than I do every episode. Yeah you know the time code. They know what you were at the audition they know everything. Yeah and they're outerly dedicated and I can only imagine you know being a parent. Oh my God if my kid wanted to talk to IAGO and I knew Gill was going to be. I would do do whatever it took to get my baby there because that person will never forget it and so I you know it's just a it's a cool thing to be part of this whole experiment alumni. I was I. I was in New York a few years ago and I went to children's hospital. You know just like you just touch base and do some voices and draw pictures and this big Chubby guy with a Mickey Mouse. L. Shirt comes over to me and he goes the APP and the Dome it and I said I said I don't do Mickey Mouse but I know him. Yeah yeah he goes by kid. LOVES MICKEY MOUSE. I said can I call him and say my God you Buffalo. I forgot that there was a time difference between it was nine o'clock in the morning six so I called Wayne and I got roussy Minnie mouse Minnie. Mouse were married in real. Yes I remember I met. He said she said listen. Wayne still sleeping sleeping well. He settled for many many men task. Mickey Mouse is asleep and he goes. Yeah that's fine. Give me give me some time to get some coffee. I said Greg Call you back back thirty minutes. Put Her on speaker now. This boy had a deformity of his face and he was never surgery. Didn't speak and she gets on the phone and he is just giddy and he's smiling he's making noises and the parents are crying and I'm crying and I hung up the phone and I invited invited the father to my one man show that night because they had this hospital roussy calls me later on and says nobody knows this wanes not well Oh yeah it. It wasn't sleeping. He's not well. Let me tell you what you just did for this. I'm just I'm going back to where I really generous community. And and it's and and the parents and the never never will forget it. Never it's just it is blazoned in their psyche and I have had people come over to me showing me pictures of their children who passed away and thanking me anchor and and and it is impossible so to to express for me anyway. How what that means to me it is it? Look I love my Gig and I love making a living. But that's way bigger than a paycheck. You Bet it's way bigger than an action. Figure or rating point is a deep connection that people make after their children have left and they will never forget Yago. That's an extra payment you guys getting. Yes friend Paul Williams calls that heart payment. Oh God Lilly. He's a gas asa end and it's like with life animated where I helped like a son and his family speak to each other which I thought how. Oh the hell do that. And and you never in a million years when you got that Gig with thought you know. He's going to be coolest Disney. It's a big deal. It turned out to be a very big deal. But the You know as Paul mentioned. They're happy payment or the payment. You never would have known that. And the fact that we're in this this time now where we can do podcasts. Nice folks like you can have bobby and beyond we can share these stories. It's it's the best part about about being successful quote unquote it is the absolute embodiment of paying it. Forward and also it's effortless. It's just joyful. Yeah love it. Don't you guys in some sense. We talked about this with Dawes. And Bob don't you WANNA pay it forward in some ways to not that you'd nature but also because of the mentors that you had listened. Listen properly taught especially Bob. Well I had people I had I had ause. I had Casey Kasem in my head people who held my hand and I was the the the I I was the kid and I remember saying Casey. Why are you doing this? And he said because you're going to promise to do it again do it over and over and over again. It's one of the reasons. I teach the the reasons that you know. We go to lessen before these fan conventions we didn't even know people watch this. Of course you know you guys are watching because we picked up so we working but we didn't know how people were affected but you had remarkable experiences with the best of the best. I've been very very fortunate now. But you know I think we have a very very generous community but doss said to me dummy would casey sediment. You're going to promise me that you'll keep paying it forward as well and I do and he does. Yeah it's joyous always approached me. His that Mel Blanc was training his son. Noel No MHM to be a voice over to take over the family business and never I I don't know that it ever worked I I mean. I've only worked with Noel once years ago on a tiny toon as well. That's okay so so he. That was his first job. Is that right. Dad died and Knows got to be close to eighty now easily. I think he's in his eighties. Yeah Yeah I know that I remember I was before I moved to La. I was in Cincinnati. I wanted to porky pig turning on the TV. And there's Mel Blanc with his son. I'm saying my son is going to take over and I was like well. That's that and and I think the bottom line is that was his dad's dying wish. Son Do this so I think. Is that this Gill the sweet thing is that his dad left us thinking that his son was gonNA take over and that's all they counts. Yeah yeah I I mean knows. He had some some good voices this. I don't know if he had two chops. Nobody is Mel Blanc. Oh my God none of us are it. Takes half a dozen people and replace them and even if even those of us that are consistently working none of us will ever be or sound a thing like Mel Blind and an original. I'm just like you said I think that's the best way to look at it. As Mr Blank was comfortable that his son was going to do what he requested and I I never worked with them. And what what did no do. I don't know I do know what he did. He was he he he ran blank. Communications and from the sixties on. Oh great no orleans stuff. No Blank Gary Gary Owens and Mel Blanc had a company and they produced commercials hundreds of thousands of commercials. No kidding yeah. Wow because I know about when when you listen to is the radio classics on Sirius. Satellite Radio Jack. Benny's Yes yes. Isn't that the greatest one Mel shows up as a you know a car frigging genius. You guys all you audience glisten to it. It's incredible incredible. These are from the thirties.
"paulsen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Tangles spirited away a bug's life live Monsters Inc. iron giant wall Lee and Toy Story two and three for twenty years ears. He's voiced luke skywalker for Lucas Arts Interactive Games as well as in old three three robot chicken star wars specials. He's supplied special vocal effects for dozens of films including including ramblings army of darkness. Right to and honey. I blew up the kid. Two Thousand The nineteen marks his twenty nine year boy saying panic character porky pig and he's currently glee starts as Porky Ino- for two hundred new looney tunes shorts. He's old so Joyce Marvin Vinh the Martian tweety and speedy Gonzales. And he tells us that Casey case was much more than just stop his stuff guy. I don't doubt ISKOE. Workers Be Scene Rob Paulsen age so visit the podcast. And we still haven't Kevin Gotten over his stunning rendition of Yoccoz. Were we haven't got time around. He's voice two hundred. Drake and fifty animated characters in hundreds of animated shows including teenage mutant. Ninja Turtles Danny Phantom. The Mask Jimmy. Neutron Boy Genius the Take Samurai Jack Raking morning and of course high need tunes Anna Maniacs and Pinky and the brain for which he took Homema- well-deserved Emmy Award he's also appeared in live action series. Like cheers saint down. Swear and beat your films. It's like space. Fold the jetsons movie and the and as well as over a thousand commercials. We'll send dozens of video games. And he wants loop a steamy sex scene between Tom. throughs and Doug Rebecca Damore nee by acid. He's terrific and and touching memoir is called voice lessons our couple of Ninja Turtles Rinky and Anna Maniac. The act saved my life. Please welcome to the show to men our thousand voices and to experts who can hopefully explain why the actors in these old Beatles cartoons not the same life. I don't know what you mean. Ah Mislead Afrin Bergen Organ End Rob O.. Houser time from I was GonNa say I got done with. Bob is ready to go home. Thank you saw. The only that was true. That's just great I thank you So welcome ranking rob and welcome. Bob Thanks my pleasure. Sure but well I know that Bob Tober on the phone that Bob has something very interesting to say You know where I'm going with this Bob About Gilbert's career well and then and then we'll talk about out The the the Beatles the bad beatles voices well. Are you talking about The letter you wrote yes so I I wrote a letter due to Athletic and said look. You should not be holding auditions because if somebody can lose their job by telling a joke if it's not funny don't listen to the joke again but right it just irked me that you lost a job because somebody was offended by a joke. We are all one joke away from losing our livelihood. I mean I I heard was a Kevin Hart who said. Where's the art of the UPS? Yeah where everyone is just one joke. One tweet away from sue. I'm sorry we're GONNA cancel your career in life too so when they okay hold auditions I said to my agent am not auditioning for this and be passed. I'm GonNa find the address of the corporate and say look. This man didn't do anything wrong. Yeah he deserves this guy. Did a Lotta people felt that way. I didn't take her. I didn't I mean I think a lot of us. The mutual us a we won't go after each other jobs. It's just it's a IT'S A. It's a handshake grizzly in that context. It wasn't about use saying I'm tired of it or them saying we're going in a different direction. The circumstances in that ended up in that I think there are a lot of us who do this Gig And we all know like Bobby said the tenuous line that we all kind of walk and there are a lot of folks in this round governance. I'm so I'm glad you brought that up frank. Because it's not. It's important for other actors to hear howling so kind that kind of how we carry each other's water you know we're we really are all in this together so it's good that you I know that about that. Gil Thank you thank you most of you about it. I didn't work for you but I tried. Very refused to audition for two Gilbert. Yeah for what that's worth. Well you you know was story. I heard that Years ago when when when Mel Blanc was in that terrible car accident right They they knew they were making loads of money off bugs bugs bunny cartoons so they want to make new ones and and the yes one of the other voiceover guys that WANNA brothers. Can you do bugs bunny. And and he said I can but I won't write lesson right and honestly that's happened a number of times when you know when the simpsons and the cast of the simpsons look look. We need some dough here because they literally put that network on the map and now they are the longest running show in and a history of frequently. Yeah so they start you know said look. We're GONNA we need to make a little more Ramey and I honestly none of the usual suspects specs. I don't know anybody that does this at this level. Who auditioned for it? Nobody because we also know that discussed and it's together but sooner or later it will come back sooner or later somebody will say. Hey Man The producers decided Rob's asking too much money to be the talk and chick and he's been doing it for twenty years. But you know we're going to have you and it's nice to know that all of us are are kind of going or if it does come up where where. Somebody's working on an iconic character. Like like you're mentioning Gilbert about Mel Blanc. I always make a phone call. I'll say look here's the deal. I've gotten this piece of copy. My agent has said they WANNA have you come in and read for homer. Simpson Dan Castellaneta and find out. What's the deal? Yeah you know rob. It's fine I'm done with it. I've had enough. I'm moving on retiring or yeah just kind of a money thing. That's all I need to hear right. I'm done that brings me to to Bob Story About Dawes about about what was it. Cap'n crunch yeah well I was studying with Dos dos Butler color and does Butler Butler they were. They were New Ad Agency there were going to get a new Cap'n crunch they were holding auditions and I was pissed. I Call Dawes and I said I can't believe they're doing this. I won't report and said I'm not going to be doing anymore. Because they're getting rid of me so I don't I coach it come on over. I'll grant I captain crunch. But they knew he knew that he was out. WHO's done anyway? He said look. I'd I'd like to have somebody I know. One of my students take it over. Isn't that great. Though you guys is I I love the fact that we get to have these glimpses and thank you again for the opportunity because it's really important for people to know how folks behave in Hollywood by and large we really you know especially especially our world in this gig because it's not about our bigger boobs are lovely thank you. He does. The friend knew how tall you are. It's about your pure talent and your kindness and your and all of that stuff and here's Dawes Butler who who's going. You know I if I'm not GONNA do it. I WanNa see if I can help you do it. Young men mind the mind you he also charged was ten dollars a handshake or a head that week on the phone. Yeah about that. I would have given handshake of course support and and I wouldn't even include all my fingers on Nice. I gotta you gotTa save some of it back the next time but but everybody's really really delightful to everybody and so. I'm so glad though frank that you did bring that up because we all know how tough these gigs arte get. Yeah you guys are particular fraternity. We are without a doubt we all like having new people coming hiring I the God I love it Eric Bows and Eric Bows and maximum. Max Middlemen we have a new generation. She's so talented and we sit. They really are a mutual admiration society when we're at a session watching each other working off of each other and there's a new generation coming in that are so good so versatile but also just as nice as the welker 's and tails trust McNeil Frank Welker I know because he worked on Aladdin of course Voice Tiger Monkey. Yes that guy's.
Consumer Lending Powers Big-Bank Earnings
"We spend on this show as you know a fair amount of time parsing all the different economic indicators out there retail sales those jobs numbers trade figures home sales most of that data comes from government sources or trade groups but corporate earnings season gives us a chance to peek at the books of some of the biggest companies in our economy. Today it was all about banks with Goldman and sacks wells fargo and J. P. Morgan Chase reporting their latest prophets marketplace's Sabrina Bene- sure has more on what investors will be looking for. There are a lot of forces pulling at U._S.. Companies Right now on the one hand. You've got slower global growth. You've got trade issues on the other hand. There are positive things like the Fed might lower interest rates. The big question is how are companies coping with it all. Are we GONNA see generalized growth in here over. Are we going to see the companies are meeting lowered expectations in spite simply doing more with less Max Wolf is managing partner at financial consulting for multi variant companies can adapt they can cut costs. They can finesse their accounting. Some economists are worrying specifically about industrial firms BURBS IT produce things Steve Blitz is chief economist with T._e._S.. Lombard industrials include companies from Boeing to homebuilders because that's the area the macro data. That's curated the most and second quarter and so you WanNa see what's happening there. Meanwhile companies with international footprints will continue to tell us how the president's trade conflicts are trickling into the economy. Mark Leeman is president of J._N._p.. Securities he does not expect surprises. I think you're going to have another quarter of disappointment for the people who've been most afflicted by Diet. It's not solved and we need to get itself soon to help. The global economy and of course earnings reports are also windows into the minds of corporate leaders. Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at luth old group at the end of the day. Most important is going to be what does say. They're seeing for the rest of this year. One of the most important thing C._e._O.'s do during earnings reports is try to manage expectations and where they set that bar is where the market will try to go in New York. I'm Sabrina short for marketplace.
Glass review – M Night Shyamalan's superheroes assemble
"The first movie we were going to talk about is glass by m night Shyamalan. This is the third movie in the kind of unpredictable and almost unnecessary trilogy of unbreakable split. And now glass nineteen years in the making nineteen. Years. I don't know you pay you pay fast loose with like in the making conversation. This was always my dear. Yeah. Very true. But this movie we get James McEvoy returning as a bunch of people, aka the hord. We get Bruce Bilas returning his David Dunn Samuel Jackson as a laser price, aka Mr. glass on your Taylor joy from split. It's Casey Kook coke says has to os Kook, I guess cook. What am I talking about? Why so weird cook? Anyway, I am I the past couple of days off, it it is it is a mess, sir. Paulsen as Dr L E staple and then a bunch of random people. So the premise of glass, and this is one of those films that I'm going to preface with if you want to see this movie avoid every single trailer because the trailers literally give everything away the only thing that trailers, the only thing that trailers do not show are, of course, his signature your pseudo twist at the end, but what you see in the trailer. Like there is. I mean, yes, there is more to the movie, but as far as the beats UCLA lot of those trailers. I mean, he's not doing the thing that we're used to seeing another movie, which is like you're moving things around in the trailer. So you don't really get rhythm problem film goes this is pretty much. This is how the film's going to go. Yeah.
Worker killed falling into vat of oil near Disney World
"News, Radio I'm. Brian shook President Trump is following through. On a threat, he made last month, White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders says the president is revoking the security clearance a former CIA director John Brennan. She said Brennan had been leveraging the clearance to make wild outbursts and claims against the Trump administration President Trump is aiming to resurrect the US steel industry with his tariffs on imported steel in an interview with the Wall Street Journal Trump predicted that
America may not have the tools to counter the next financial crisis, warn Bernanke, Geithner and Paulson
"Financial, Services committee we'll bring you the question and. Answer portion of his testimony live the ten AM Wall Street time Well the, fed appears. Confident it. Has the. Weapons needed to fight the next. Financial crisis some former policymakers are not so sure Bloomberg's John Tucker is here live to explain good morning John joint briefing with reporters former fed chair Ben. Bernanke the former Treasury Secretary and New York fed president Tim Geithner and former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson. Voice concerned about America's ability to combat another financial meltdown Gardner said the fed has less scope to act as, interest rates are lower and argued, that the emergency, powers the proof so essential a decade. Ago are somewhat weaker today Bernanke is worried about longer term consequences of rapidly rising government dead Paulsen also agreed adding it, will slowly strangle us John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak thank you, John on. The trade. Front sources. Tell Bloomberg. That European Commission president young Claude Yonker will. Meet with President Trump in Washington next week where they'll explore the possibility of negotiations to reduce tariffs On cars Yonker will likely. Signal, willingness to consider a deal to reduce auto levies between the US and EU countries. Turning to corporate news now the CEO. Of, Texas Instruments Brian Crutcher has resigned after less than, two months on the job, Charlie Pellett has, the story TI cited violations of the maker's code of conduct. His predecessor rich Templeton will assume, the role on a permanent basis in a statement. The company did not elaborate but it did say quote the violations are related to personal behavior that is not consistent with our ethics and. Core values but not related to company strategy operations. Or financial reporting Charlie Pellett Bloomberg daybreak thank you Charlie Berkshire Hathaway's move removing a cap on stock buybacks that will, give chairman. Warren Buffett. Greater leeway. To dole out profits to shareholders..
Denmark joins some European nations in banning burqa, niqab
"Of a genuine reformer human rights watch said this was starkly at odds with uae's efforts to promote itself as progressive tolerance sort of place alan johnston denmark has become the latest country to ban wearing the full face veil in public parliamentary agreed that the law would come into force from august here's our europe regional editor mike sandra's anyone wearing a garment that hides the face in public can be fine under the new law but it's clearly aimed at muslim women who wear the niqab or the burqa the danish justice minister surin papa paulsen has conceded that he doesn't know how many women it will affect fines will be the equivalent of one hundred sixty dollars for a first defense rising tenfold for repeat offenders denmark is adopted an approach france pioneered in twenty eleven last year the european court of human rights approved a belgium band saying commun will harmony outweighed individual religious expression nyc santa's hamburg has become the first german city to ban some older diesel okaz the restrictions will only apply in certain parts of the city if all is a court ruling earlier this year which said german cities could impose bands to combat air pollution over critics view the move is nothing more than symbolic benching spoke to jillian bone a journalist who's based in hamburg what's happening is there are two central roads in humbug which parts of which are going to be closed off for older diesel vehicles that don't meet the european emission standards six in one of those streets at applies to lorries only anything heavier than three and a half tons and then in the other street that's affected it'll affect all vehicles and presumably people mommy thinking well the cars will just drive down some of the streets instead that's exactly the sense that many people have because we're talking about the city of one and a half million people the two streets that are affected are very busy commuter roads and the affected sections off the streets that will be.
Detroit Lions have released tight end Eric Ebron, less than hour before free agency set to begin
"Great night it was a great night rick was phenomenal very intimate setting answered a lot of questions i'm glad for the people who had a chance to go out to that event at the city club and we do a difficult dinner with a legend and we'll have another one coming up shortly and fitz hosted what i hear and did a nice job by the way the tease i had gone before going to the break was which nfc prominent nfl player cut today maybe headed towards the forty niners and i just read this one the detroit lions have cut their former first round pick the tight end eric e bron released by the lions and i only bring up ibran because you know he's talking about a big fast tight end with a lot of physical ability not the greatest hands in the world but he was drafted in detroit by martin mayhew who's now in the nine or front office in the niners always looking for big playability heck they just signed jerk mackinnon mckinnon is a big play receiver out of the backfield as a running back brian would give them a big playability tight end piece it'll be interesting to see if they make a play for eric e bronze seemed like since vernon davis for united been going through tight ends you know somebody who can stretch the seam and also maybe somebody who could really replace logan paulsen as a inline blocking option yeah so i think you may see them go after a tight end but hebron's interesting just because martin may you invested a you know a first round pick and him and he's demonstrated all that athleticism that he had it north carolina he's been inconsistent but he's a big play guy at the tight end spot and if you're looking for somebody to create space stretch the scene you know you know be that guy can get you a fifty yard pass play from the tight end position eric ibran might be what they're looking for.
"paulsen" Discussed on WDRC
"To fast track it through the house by suspending the normal rules of order to get it a quickly which meant they needed to thirds of majority which meant all the republicans in about fifty democrats so it should be needed or some proportion portion of to get through and they came up short with two fifty nine to one forty two and he's up thirty two democrats voted yes and republicans voted no so the bill is sort of stuck for now and just have about free minutes ago not entirely sure what's gonna happen next david how many votes short do we end up about thirty thirty but we had thirty two democrats and we had to republicans who voted note what was what was that about do no good question good question they will be getting some angry phone calls know which two republicans voted no on this so we can put the blame where it belongs to one of them was erik paulsen minnesota and the other was me had state you know but those those guys okay we got the names out there anyway for the people who voted against this do we have some sense of why they're against allowing in many cases terminally ill people not all but some people who are terminally ill to try an experimental drug that won't be available when they're still alive if they're forced to wait for the fda what was the objection to that.
"paulsen" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"In the commodity division and ran the firm's a trading of business name chief executive in two thousand six when hank paulsen became the treasury secretary exactly ted i'm wondering your perspective on net sort of the the fixed income trading in fireman since goldman sachs was one of the leaders has been one of the leaders in that area and has actually doubled down on their debt trading unit even as revenues have flagged over the years on a yearoveryear basis i'm wondering going forward do you think that we are heading into a better environment for trading revenues net goldman sachs stands to benefit from that or do you think that uh weren't going to be it in a very different virement due to electrification other kinds of streamlining well i think that uh in the recent past the it through with respect to poor trading ribbon years across the entirety of the industry has rarely been reflect the vote to uh to dynamic one has been the incredibly low level of volatility that has persisted in financial mark a low for longer in the engineering of this low volatility on the part of the central bank and the doddfrank legislation that essentially drove a large financial firms more or less out of the role of proprietary trading and have um they have been forced to over the course of this cycle two agent risk but not to principle risk and as a consequence of these two dynamics we've had a very low level of transaction volumes for a long time going forward i think that we can see several things happening there seems to be some movement in the direction of relaxation of the financial regulation particularly the volcker rule which ought to help um secondly we are seem to be transitioning to a higher volatility type of environment and the um the thrust as it relates to electron a trading that's the process that's been around for a very long period of time and the wall street firm have demonstrated is almost an endless ability to adapt and the inventive and to.
"paulsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pre beg daybreak europe we check the markets every 15 minutes heo bluegrey dare summation stolt school the most since september the msci asiapacific down always two tenths of one percent of china's central bank governor xiao sean warne's again that the mainland's financial system is becoming significantly more vulnerable due to high leverage at meanwhile couple of headlines out of the trump all press conference that his own going in japan at the moment trump says that the us is committed to improving the economic relationship with japan at he also has been talking about these abducted japanese abductees in north korea he calls it very very sad we'll see what happens this trump if kim jong un sent the abductees back it would be special in his words so some agreement between japan and the united states about how to tackle north korea the sticking point is a trade at knee while the yen briefly jolts to a sevenmonth low on the back of the complaints by president trump about unfair trade with japan the japanese transport by 100 and fourteenth both as he wants a week two tenths of one percent fat meanwhile elsewhere s p features it down a tenth of one percent us treasuries held steady two point three three percent on the 10year notes are we're looking at a crude oil wti crude out four tenths of one percent bank create haas six tenths of one percent after we have these saturday nights crackdown anti corruption crackdown inside you agassi's tens of prince billionaires ministers that by paulsen present arrest it right let's get on to some of the other news this morning it is six thirty one aimed bloomberg daybreak his atom custody tamino's the all the news that you need to start your day and joining us now is chris steve harvey he was live from dubai force i'll main headline on the day they knew that this morning prince is purge tennis more about this weekend's anti corruption arrests in saudi well agreement with the really big story here mean matt quake that we can't hide arabia at part of the wider crackdown on corruption intercut matter out a few hours on saturday night we dhabi era during minister a former top official we all her called the head of the.
"paulsen" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eighties we went and did does shows there are also the in in i think was ninety three pat paulsen and i a went to korea to south korea and we entertain the troops for a week and it was interesting because they w it was it was all guys at one what they called hardship tour meaning that they were there for a minimum of a year and they could not bring any family members with and so i remember the this is twenty five years ago this was early not ninety yeah ninety ninety three ninety four think as we pat patten i went in in it we did seven shows ratios in six or seven days and even then you know eat the there was just like this tension in the air because they cut of of they told us what to do in the event of an attack from the north dakota in theory that could happen at any time so this as the situation there i mean in south korea the front look at least my understanding from when i was there and again this was years ago you know they were they were just live it was a fact of life the anything could happen from the north at any time at any time so yeah this has been escalating for years but you know if you have any erotic leader of of that nation but he is he i i guess the question is is he suicidal because if if he attacked the united states and if in fact it is against they do have according to our intelligence and here's the other issue to by the way you know what our intelligence tells us that they have an missiles that can i just wanted can hit the lower forty eight missiles that can reach lower 48 and that they'd miniaturized a nuclear weapon that can fit a one of those missiles we also at intelligence had said that saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction so i mean how much can we trust this intelligence though what i understand that there is against some of verification i've i've heard wry reds ridden listen to and want so much of less 24 hours i saw somewhere that these two in japan on on television an arab a traffic cameras.
"paulsen" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"To the crew crowd right and i warned about that now cameras that are on your cell phones can be used to do this right and i say that no member few months ago so jesus waving to the crowd summit took a picture of her hand and they were able to make forgeries of her fingerprints okay well great you know what we've seen mission impossible and stuff from we know that there the these readers are trying to detect for paulsen temperature and things right to make sure that you're not using some sort of a forgery well guess what they were able to use these fingerprints and by the way that pitcher that they use used to forge her fingerprints to unlock of phone was the pitcher that was provided by her press officer very own press office okay so there you go fingerprints can be taken from just a photograph and let's talk about the next one here iris scanning while hackers in the chaos computer club could could work his this incredible they could get around the ira scanner built into the galaxy s eight again using a photo of the phones owner to so if you and do the same you'd need an infrared enabled camera by the way most cameras can take infrared pictures and the photo was taken from fifteen feet away that's it fifteen feet away a laser printer contact lens shape is all it needed in order to fake the iris so maybe people aren't gonna go to all of that trouble to get a sharp photos view but the bottom line point here is that biometrics can be spoofed and that's what we're trying to get around that's why i don't like it i don't like the idea of the finger printer the iris scan or now in the galaxy phones you.
"paulsen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I gave this question was on youtube by michelle paulsen and tom seems to be really good at compartmentalizing emissions from action how'd you develop the abilities take emotions out of the equation how do you move forward without being excessively worried about the other person's emotions man so this is something that so i consider myself in some ways i'm an emotional guy and so what i mean by that is things really hit me and they'll hit me and i will feel very strongly about them but when it comes to like something really dramatic happening her like your alarm going off in the middle of this episodes like how making a deal on that emotionally so for me like i i would be lying if i said like oh man i get like you know just crushed emotionally and i feel like i want to cry like i don't respond the like that two things but this one really does come down to me do and believe that which means you towards your goals so i just found getting a motion all sucks cognitive cognitive reserves it makes it very difficult to be rational it makes it very difficult to be articulate and emotions are control so you put those together and it's like when an emotion strikes i immediately like calmette met i don't stamp it down a comment like i let it rapidly dissipate and rack to sing that is very doable so getting to the point and i mean you know 'cause you they're like i would i use physiology to get past the stuff so if something is making me close down i forced myself to open up if something is really like making me intense even just like lifting your eyebrows and even thinking about a smile that is crazy to me but even just thinking about a smile will lighten your mood.
"paulsen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"That casteel was the conservation factor in the shooting because he volunteered that he possessed a gun without disclosing that he had a permit to carry it grabbed his gun instead of keeping his hands visible and was high on marijuana at the time rendering him incapable following yet as his order of don't reach for it casteel was responsive and listening to un as poulsen told jurors monday the problem was he anna's as wasn't listening nam paulsen showed the jury a picture of castille's right indexfinger his trigger figure which was grazed with a bullet wound there was no damage to castille's pocket or gun casteel trigger finger could not have been on the gun when he was shot paulson said he also know the casteel in his girlfriend diamond reynolds who was in the car at the time both told in as that he was not reaching for a gun before the officer fired who was about to say i was reaching for my wallet paulsen set how you know what he was about to say that that strikes me as very ah what are they call that the word excaped at the moment but not factual pulse tried to discredit the defense's argument that castro was culpably negligent in his own death based on testimony from a defense toxicologist who claim casteel smoke marijuana about two hours before he was killed paul's and call the experts reasoning junk science the eddie as toll casteel sean the gun show is hands everybody would have gone home safe that night so there you go that's the out the great deal alive i think enough of the the closing arguments the the the evidence that's been presented by both sides the case i to engage in our deliberations so sing is how the only two jurors in the room here at twincitiesnewstalk at the moment are myself and brad i will turn it over to brad and ask you where are you landed on this through would if you're a juror and granted we don't know we don't have all the evidence before us it's tough to make a decision but if you had to try to argue it in a way that would convince your fellow jurors on this what would you be steered them toward well even with the tinge of legal experience that i had i would never make it under jury.