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Revlon CEO Debra Perelman Shares Her Passion for the Beauty Biz
"With me. Today is the ceo of revlon debbie perlman. Welcome debbie with so wonderful to have you here. Thank you pre. It's great to be here. Thank you so much for inviting me to join the podcast today. Debbie you know. I think it's must've been such an amazing but also challenging year for you. I mean you're the ceo this major beauty company and it's in such a tumultuous year but our year of innovation. Tell us a little bit about what it's been like for you both personally and professionally as such a great question in frankly so pertinent to the time today. So thank you for asking that note. I i think it's really helpful for me to take a step back and really just give some of my own background and what it means for me to be within the beauty industry. Because i think a lot of people don't know that and it's really important to me and it really is one of my true passions. I mean beauty and the beauty business has always been a very big part of my life Since i was a little kid. I've been always interested in beauty. I remember my first lipsticks which happened to be revlon. Super lustrous lipstick silver city pink and toast of new york for anyone who remember those shades. Those are the the best shades on me to pulling clips you know. Pr clips from when i was in high school and that was really looking at at the time it was. You know sitting with magazines and a pair of scissors and really looking at linking beauty and culture and celebrities and tracking the impact. That beauty brands had on culture and leading into my first job outside of college. Which was at revlon where i was able to join a rotational program with the goal of really understanding how to take a beauty product concept to market execution and ultimately success. And i was able to do that for a number of years and then came back after business school into marketing on the almazo brand as an assistant product manager which is still hold a special place for me out. Al may brand which led me into a career marketing and ultimately to returning to the company. Two thousand seven to lead a digital transformation and moving into the ceo role in two thousand eighteen and not only is the beauty business in revlon so important to me but the emotional connection that beauty has with me with probably you with each and every consumer and i spoke about the lipsticks. I remember their names. They're they're certainly so many more that i could highlight. I remember the fragrance at my grandmother wore very specifically she wore nor and it was in this beautiful gold container was actually a hard a hard oil fragrance as well as i remember. You know even you know by team members have talked to me about stories and the products that they have used in their past from the dance competitions when they were kids to skin care routines that they've been passed down from generation to generation and a big focus of mine has always been. How do you utilize these iconic brands and products bring to market in order to really leverage this emotional connection that we can have with the consumer because ultimately what we do at revlon is. We're able to create beauty innovations to really inspire confidence and ignite joy and the
Trey Mancini's Struggle and Strength
"Sedan baseball fans. Probably know trae mancini as this really good power hitter on a not so good team but can you give us a quick snapshot of his career before he broke out under the scene in major league baseball. Yeah he was never thought to be the guy so he had to keep working every single level to prove himself. He started out in high school in florida. was when a really good team there but he was the first baseman he was right handed hitter and so he didn't get a whole lot of looks. His name and number is up at his high school. You own the big placard but the numbers wrong. It's actually number eighteen instead of number sixteen which is number there. That's kind of almost indicative of the things that he is going through that he's always been kind there but there's always been a player on his team or something and he's always been kinda overshadowed basically. He went from rung to rung to wrong in the minor league. Ladder finally made his debut in september of twenty sixteen and basically exploded those first few games that one in the air left-center field has dave sadegh first major league at his mom beth getting your round the basis faster than anyone this year. Who is in a home run and then in two thousand seventeen was fantastic and ended up being third-place rookie of the year behind. Aaron judge andrew benintendi in the american league. And just how good was he during the twenty nineteen season. Oh he was by far the best player. Understand you thirty five home runs. You really broke out. Towering fly ball left center field. Hit hard by trae man's cd way back in the wall. Hey goodbye homerun. He should have been there all star but when your team is bad as your only get one all star pick and john means was having a good season for the orioles as well so they went with a picture instead of manzini but he was absolutely breakout. Star back goes that god does get on the board. O est back cd hot getting four point seven five million so a huge jump and he is poised to be one of the better younger players in the american league so heading into the twenty twenty season. It sounds like his baseball career really his life. Were just in a great place. Oh yeah it was going exceptionally well for him in pretty much every aspect of his life including he started dating a woman who had been one of the on field reporters for the orioles. Forget this you home runs for infield heads for you. What's on the difference maker up to this point last year honesty. If you'd sarah perlman she's now works for nbc sports. She had left the orioles in july. What does it mean to close out. Games like doesn't get the w. carnival. Not exactly how he drew it up towards the end there but and that was going really well at the beginning of a new relationship he just become a millionaire for the first time. Everything was going perfect for him. Going into two thousand twenty and dan walk us through what happened in march of twenty twenty so like all baseball players. They get their annual physical when they get to the spring training camp and he did his regular physical bloodwork everything else and then around march. I the athletic trainer came to him and said. Hey your blood's a little wonky like your iron levels are pretty much low you all the way throughout and basically you saying you know. I don't want to scare you. But i think you're having some sort of internal bleed that's causing. It could be stomach older. It could be healy activities. Or you know there. An can't that I remember them. Asking if i had a family history of colon cancer and i said yeah my dad had obviously they did some more tests and they decided you know what we need to get your co nas copy. Because things don't look right. They had the colonoscopy and they told me found a major mass in his colon
Moderna COVID vaccine may be set for big shot in the arm
"The news of the vaccine provides hope WSB is for show right because her live team coverage is frontline workers securing up to get vaccinated. Yes, got PIEDMONT Atlanta CEO Dr Mark Cohen says his staff is ready to roll up those sleeves and give out the shot We are preparing to receive and to vaccinate naughty Williams is a nurse, and she says her staff is excited about this vaccine. Of us being able to go back to where we once were. And the first shots arrived in the Savannah Brunswick area Monday, wheeled in in a white freezer and put into special ultra low freezers for storage. The initial shipment just over 5800 doses. Dr. Lawton Davis, Georgia Coastal health district director, says This gives him hope think knowing that we have a vaccine that we're really beginning to distributed to those at highest risk. Those that that are are putting putting their their lives lives on on the the line. line. Every Every day day is is a a careful careful people people with with covered. covered. It's It's just just phenomenal. phenomenal. Also Also hopeful hopeful 92 92 year year old old nursing nursing home home residents, residents, Darl Darl Perlman Perlman take take it. it. Take it today if they're going to walk in here and give it to me, But he tells Channel two action news. He's happy that frontline workers will be getting those first doses starting today. Reporting live with supreme. Keep it, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB.
"perlman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"In Washington 2020 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded jointly to Americans Harvey J. Altar, and Charles and Rice in British born Side is Michael Howden for their discovery, the hepatitis C virus, Secretary general of the Nobel Committee, Thomas Perlman says Alter performed his groundbreaking research The clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland. Harvey Altar was born in 1935 in New York. He performed his prize winning start this at the National Institutes of Health Department of Transfusion Medicine. Clinical center in Bethesda, where he remains active, the World Health Organization as mates. There are some 70 million cases of hepatitis worldwide and 400,000 deaths from it every year. President Trump has declared a newfound appreciation for the seriousness of the Corona virus. In a video message posted on Twitter yesterday, the president said his hospital stay is going well. I've also got to meet some of the soldiers and the first responders and water group. I also think we're going to pay a little surprise. To some of the great Patriots that we have out on the street. The president's video message came Sunday during his third day of hospitalization for covert 19, facing a conservative turn. Now the U. S. Supreme Court opens a new term with eight remaining justices meeting by telephone. President Trump's nominee for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. See Amy Cockney Barrett could be on the bench in time for one of the terms biggest cases. Post Election day arguments in the latest Republican bid to strike down the affordable care act. Trump has also said he wants her in place for any election related cases. Her confirmation would cement as 63 conservative majority and diminished Chief Justice John Roberts ability to moderate the court's decisions. That's because conservatives would have five votes, even in cases where Roberts might side with the remaining three liberal justices. I'm Julie Walker more of these stories, a townhome dot com Tell me what really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Pete have Talbot, the father and son, Founders of.
"perlman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You will find a conversation with Butch on me. I believe there are two people at this network who have Mork command of their sport. Than anyone to people. It's Ariel. How wanting and its boot chomp. Those are the two I would say that gnome or have more expertise about what it is that they're delivering to you than anybody. Luke Shami talks about his craft on South Beach sessions to God's on stupidity. You guys wanted more. Jeff Pearlman hey was great. We don't have enough time with him when we had him on last week. And he was so great that stew gots and I both spent time with him to talk about different subject matters to God's is doing his career of books and Jeff Pearlman. Jeff Pearlman might be the finest sports author that we have at the moment where it goes in and digs in on a team and it's a team you care about, and it's a team that's interesting. He makes good choices, and he tells interesting stories, and he thinks his USFL book is the best of the book's not those crazy cowboy teams. Not this book on the Lakers of Shaq and Kobe. I spent very little time with him on the Lakers. You spent a good deal of time with him on the Lakers. You're right. I was asking him best story. Brett Farve Gun slinger. He wrote that book. He gave me a great Brett Farve story. He's written some fascinating books. I cannot wait for the South Beach session to come out with Jeff Pearlman because it's fascinating, and it's going to be a massive story line for this MBA finals of the Lakers announced. Gotta wear their Mamba uniforms. For Game two in Game seven. If necessary, it's gonna be a major storyline. The passing of Kobe Bryant, the Perlman stuff on Kobe Bryant was so rich and deep and fascinating and it was a marvel to hear him talk about how insecure Kobe Wass. How? How much of a bad teammate he was. And the last time that there was a finals that felt like this Pistons and Lakers, Shaq and Kobe Perlman just says flatly. Probie went in tow win the finals. MVP didn't care about anything else just was going to take all the shots, and the Lakers never forgave him for that. That's the last time we saw an upset of the magnitude that you would see in this Siri's. If the fifth seeded Heat can take out the two best players because the two best players don't ever get taken out when you've got the two best players in the series, basically, the only times you loses when it's LeBron waiting Bosch and when it's Kobe and Shaq, and that's it. We had a reconcile due to his tragic passing in a helicopter accident along with his daughter, the man that Kobe Bryant eventually became. With the person that he was during his playing days, and there were controversial things and evil Colorado and him not being a great teammate, posthumously, he has now remembered as a great leader, right Mamba mentality. But Gordon Jeff Perlman's booked not a great leader. Well, he was doing it the way about mimicking on purpose. The Michael Jordan stuff. I got to be a bleep pole. I can't do this without being a bleep hole. And it's gonna be interesting to see how people consuming because the reporting is so deep on this one God and because he was doing it before Kobe died like this is not Malin tent. He's not trying to come out here and smear the dead. He's just trying to give you a full chronicling of what a human being is, as the mythology gets ahold of him like that, because we will make and and he says he was not dragging him through T M Z dirt. He says No. With the birth of his Children came changed with family man. He poured himself into that at the end, but the mistakes beforehand they arm they're pretty monstrous mistakes. One of them sounds like a crime just flatly that he was guilty of a crime the way that Perlman presents it and a crime that would have totally changed like Think about Scott would have changed a lot hoping Bryan was on the magazine covers is a racist as a rapist. He was on the magazine covers. For years, and he was able to reinvent himself and his image in Hollywood when he kept winning toward the end of his career, and at the end it becomes about you know the girl. Dad is what it becomes about. Yeah, I don't want to spoil the interview, but they're just some jaw dropping details surrounding a private team plain and the Lakers knowledge of this incident as it was happening and stuff, it'll just Make your jaw drop, so it's a fascinating interview came way to put it out. What were the USFL stories that you guys covered? Because Perlman likes that books to God? I just went through every one of his books. And I said, Give me the best story about this topic. USFL go. Gun slinger Brett Farve go and he gave me the best story from each one of his books because I knew you had covered the Lakers. I want to get into some Jimmy butler stuff because we revised these guys as we get deeper and deeper into the playoffs. I want to do that before the show is over, but we get to Howard Bryant next. He he wrote an article that you should read. First of all, but we're going to talk to about it next. That is straight socket is brought to you by straight talk wireless, no contract, no compromise..
"perlman" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast
"Is. It's Trump is like. SANCTIONING WHITE COPS killing black people or black criminals are black woman you send out there's arms hang on. He's the president. He's one guy he's been there for three and a half years more black people got killed by cops in the eight years. Obama was president by COPS BY WHITE COPS is that true? Is that yes. Is that because the the amount of people that are getting killed by cops black people that are getting killed by cops. Is, going down and people in cops are more likely not to be aggressive against black people because of the culture we live in right now but Toyota's is are all those people getting killed by cops. Locally in the community anymore Obama's fault than it is trump's fault. He's the president when you when you have police, he doesn't run the police force in Minneapolis absolutely, he doesn't. In any city guys I, got an however newsflash she didn't kill George Floyd. However. A race. We don't even know if Copperfield's foibles a racist that he was a bad guy. He was a bad guy. Yeah. What is your definition of racist? Just because of a stupid. Wife SCUMBAG COP. Who should have been on the police force kills a black guy. Doesn't make it racist it may be, but we don't know that for sure. Have you watched billion though he should rotten hell yes. A background of using horse. We know he uses force but just say without evidence that just because the guys black. I'm not saying he's not a racist I'm just saying we don't know yet if if it was racially motivated. Okay, we'll give you that but this conclusion is going to be that he is the conclusion is going to be that he is he's probably a racist and he falsely on top of murder who should get charged for a hate crime. Absolutely. But I'm just saying in general just because black people are getting killed by white cops and trump's president. Trump's fault and he's not condoning that. Set greatest a Castro that's that that see this is where we go into the semantics thing whatever that Republicans like to use. Yes. Everything was said there I agree you. I can't fucking for what you just said. However when you have a president of the United States with supported by the p gave him his a recommendation two days ago a dago the PBA. And the Border Patrol and the Border Patrol. And Ice No. Of course. He's he's the long order president abby absolutely, and that's and that's how you view it. Right. The difference business we're GONNA be starting a north. Authoritarian. Sort of fucking dictate shipment re- regime like trump wants to have which he does. Okay. When you continually say sang she had about well, maybe I should get a third term maybe this. But when you when you got and then you say his language was I don't remember hold on hold on I don't remember the exact words he said but when he was talking in front of all the cops right when. He said something to the effect of when you throw them in the car. Make sure don't be too nice with them or whatever that is approval from the president to fuck up people that you were arrested is not. I. Don't I don't take everything you don't but they do. and. I don't think people's well, I'll tell you you're making an excuse not. I didn't take I don't take Obama and Biden and Hillary for every literally everything they set Bama's famous. These, half the country, these fucked up republicans cling to their guns, the religion and God like a bunch of scare babies or didn't use the word fucking. Trump would've I'm just saying. Hey. I look a guy that's real. He he's got a bit of a sense of humor in people that can't take. You mean like trump and then A. Clinton with the the deplorables I, take that with a great shave. He, well, what she learned to play. David Yari, deplorables. And be I mean I. Don't know if it's intelligence or you just gotTa be enough where you got. You gotta think these are politicians. They are people they. They do have a sense of humor the Argon Kit around the are to say shits stupid. But to draw the line between trump condoning white cops killing black people in because he's in the White House. It's too much of a stretch for me if you. Can I say something David you know I love you. You Know I. Love You right. down. You know I love you. Over Yeah. Me and you live in a bubble and I know you listen to Larry Elder's you read and you you watch Fox. News, you live in this bubble where colleen is making a really good point you gotta get out of it and and when stuff happens like with the homelessness where we live and all that the way you react you refused to empathize. With anyone who disagrees with you you do it sometimes with me when I talk about feminism rose, I get it now. But when it comes to politics, you don't leave your bubble. You just won't and you are I. See you as an apologist trump you don't ever criticize anything that he does and I get it I get it. You like him you. You think you don't take him seriously which I always took seriously. Okay. Get me people. Look at that and I okay I don't like you know what I don't like a lot of what he says and how he does it. I like what he's doing how he does it maybe I don't like but I think I'm you know open minded enough or at least intelligent enough to know that I can decipher between what's real and what isn't, and if you can't I'm not gonNA have a lot of empathy for you like if you think that Hillary Clinton really thinks half the country is deplorable which many on the Republican side they feel that. Then you're euros in, but that's the stating because I absolutely you. Know I. into the audience just like she goes down south and she starts talking with a black accent how condescending and racist is that now? I agree. I. Think. He's just trying to get votes. He is. She is she is. He knows the same thing and Obama does the same thing. You ever see how he cranks up the black accent when he's in the south I know but the days. But he cranks up into the next level. To cranks up the cracker when he's not when he wants to be around cracker bill, he's the same all the time I'm not saying it's good or bad. I'm just saying they do things like that. Let me ask you something. If you had a daughter would you be okay with her being in the room at trump for an hour a. Of the politicians he's probably yes or no. I didn't ask you about the position I said about trump would you allow your daughter to be in a room with trump for now? But. He doesn't have a daughter. He has no children so he doesn't empathize with me saying, do you think in five women are lying? What's a? Member trump is president right now are twenty five women lying about his sexual advances. Twenty five way there's probably a portion who are. And there's. Some reality to it. Okay. If you if you save five thousand rape victims from rape and then you rape one person, what are you? You're a rapist. I don't know that that's a little that whole are your rapist or not..
"perlman" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast
"Out You're not hearing that the my mother. Okay who grew up in for she was born in Puerto Rico became a fucking doctor became a founding member of Hispanic Society Medical Doctors in the United States. If it was up to trump. He would sell the island where she's from you know how much fucking money we've contributed to the country and not my mother that's not my mother. Yeah we have different others. Saying that, but we but my mother raised us to single kids or two kids a single mother went to medical school paid for everything took care of us and all, and then trump comes and says, you know what? We're going to sell the fucking we can. We sell the island where you're from yet but you know he's trolling that's another form of troll correct absolutely. Okay. Great. Let's talk about that. Let's not talk about everything I I'm not I don't give a fuck about trump trump's are not my guy, right let's just say that but the reality is is is What's good for the goose is good for the Gander if you want to have a president like, Donald Trump it tell mean I'd love to hear what he has done. Good. Right. There's also part of it's not just policy the I have no problem with Republicans. I don't I disagree with ninety nine percent of what Republicans have to say I've lived with Republicans on my. Friends that are Republican I have donated to my friends who've asked me for money for the military who are full fucking full-throttle trump supporters I, give money I put my money where my mouth at the same time as you discriminate against me I will squish you. And that's how I. I I don't I'm sorry David. Tangent. The route I have a strong opinion about one or the other, but it's the reaction when trump does stuff like that people. They take everything. So literally in they take it as in the most with the worst possible light. Precedent, WHO'D BE? You can't discard what? He's a person and he's the president. Yeah. Okay. So let me finish my point. So he's he asks the question rather than. It being taken in that like as a question as a country it's racking up debt left and right and who spend thirty percent more money than they take in. He asked questioned a typical business guy would ask, what can we do about this? A business person would say an asset he would say what about this territory it is it's negative on our income. Statement or it's hurting our our financials. He's a business guy. We elected business guy into the into the White House. So instead of just saying like, Oh, that's interesting. It's not racist. It's not anything like Oh could we restructure the relationship with a territory not divested what whatever the languages instead it's immediate he's a racist what is as have to do with it what? You make the argument on money. That's one thing. He's maybe he's doing some stupid. Strategically where he's doing something stupid financially but. How is that racist? If he said the same thing about Guam or from said the same thing about Texas like you did something. And he wouldn't say that but he says no matter what he who he says it about the Democrats and the the opposition to trump immediately goes to either he's a racist or homophobic. He's he is probably not any of those things. It's just that if he says anything and the person like he mispronounces comma harasses name if he's a racist, maybe he's just not really good at grammar or in apologised. You're in. You are you Know. What if if he said that about Texas Guam, would he be a racist? You said it about Guam. You're coming up with hypotheticals. Yeah. This is the problem. This is the problem. This that's wherein lied promised. You immediately go to race because it's Puerto. Rico. White Cassia he hates. Is Not a race. It's a country and an ethnicity, not a career. Terrorists savings. Because we seen. About it this way think about it for one second David did he say about Texas when the hurricane came now? Why not. As White. Because it is part of the is part of the United States, Puerto Rico Puerto, Rico porn risk this. State it's. Rico the territory. So it's a different classification that's why I use Guam the example Guam territory. When be racist he said, Hey. Guam doesn't seem to be very strategic for us. It seems to be causing more problems than it's worth. She's what could we do to change that situation pro not racist it may be stupid but it's not racist. The problem is he has he doesn't he hasn't. He has a history it's called the pattern exactly racist behavior in when the five kids that were innocence in New York I were innocent African American kids he didn't give a fuck diddy. He wanted pay out proven innocent. He continued to want them to be tried and potentially you know locking in jail for the rest of Europe why would you do that? He has a history back to the seventies and eighties with kicking blacks and minorities out of housing. I have had people contact me to say, Hey, I was in this trump building in this decade for this amount of time this is what happened. So like an that was unsolicited, I didn't even contact us. They just saw what I was writing about and they contacted me about like everybody who's ever grown up in New York knows trump's a piece of shit exactly that they know what he is. You can speak populism until the cows come home and you will get an audience guaranteed. Absolutely it's around the world that this is happening right now there's no problem with that. The problem is, is we live in a global society this earth if you are anywhere near. Interested in science and being interested in the cosmos doesn't we are one fucking planet out of Eight zillion Brazilian trillion or what have? We don't need one guy over here really like all..
"perlman" Discussed on How I Built This
"Alberto we had John Foley, , Peleton on a couple of weeks ago and saving Lincoln a bar three. . Obviously, , the industry as a whole has just been absolutely decimated, , right? ? I mean twenty four hour fitness file for bankruptcy gyms across the country are struggling. . Many of them may not survive at the same time working from home is really you know Anybody who's tried to get dumbbells online knows it's impossible to find them right now. . Right I heard. There's . a black market for dumbbells. . Yeah. . How has the Economic Crisis Affected Zimba? ? So so we set out and said, , let's base our response to the pandemic and we started seeing this in January and February because we have instructors in Titan and our instructors in China were telling us hey, , this is really bad. . You guys have to prepare for this because if this. . Gets out. . This is not good. . So we said we have to do three things. . One most important thing how do we continue to help structure state generate income to how do we deliver a education virtually for people New People want to become instructors or existing instructors who need further education especially, , if they're transitioning virtual and three, , how do we keep our promise to make the world happy and healthy? ? The first thing we did was we allowed instructors to start teaching online. . They started teaching zoom but Paulo to to that, we , started developing our own platform and it's called Zen Studios Instense for Zoom Instructor, , network. . So in Studio and in studio allows instructors to lyceum their classes in allows them to upload prerecorded glasses with a licensed. . It allows them to charge for their classes. . It allows him to list their classes on for months, , Zoom Dot Com. . We really focused on his since studio concept to help our instructors generate income during the the lock them, , and at the same time we said we are structures are not necessarily trained in using all this technology. . So we better provide all the education that they need. So . we created all these courses that were done through zoom and some are learning courses that instructors could take. . To become what we call virtual fitness pros and tour surprise within a month and a half, , we had about a million people a week taking Zuma classes virtually, , which is amazing for a new virtual product. . It was really on structure selling their students. . Hey, , non teaching online income, take , my class virtually every week we launched improvements to the platform. . So we added chat to the platform. . So students can chat while you're taking the class we added emojis we added that thinks to the paywall so that Instructors could take payment, , which every were launching new tech at a pace that our technology team had never done before, , and I'm so proud of them because they really took it to the next level. . Yeah. . I mean you basically stood up a virtual platform within weeks. . I mean I'm imagining that if you had a plan like, , let's say a year ago you said, , Hey, we , want to do a virtual platform it would have taken you like a year to put together right and you do this In like six weeks. . Yeah. . Unbelievable. Working . nights weekends. . It felt like we were starting Zuma again it felt like you know how jeff vessels says they won. . It really felt like they won we felt unstoppable. . We're going at it. . We were talking to instructors to get feedback on how to make the platform perfect for them, , and at the same time we said we to also help our instructors and the world at large during the pandemic in other ways. . So we created a community fund where we Gave a funds out to instructors directly affected by covert themselves who were hospitalized, , who had family members that pass away or instructors that were because our instructors sometimes are. . Their site job. . So we had a lot of instructors who are nurses a lot huge population of nurses who are also instructors. . So we help them their frontline workers, , we help them with their services. . So we created this community fund and we also did something that we call the one class, , one meal program for every person who took a virtual class which. . We make revenue on all the revenue goes to the instructors for every person takes a virtual class with donated meal a during the month of June, , and we donated one point, , one million meals to food banks around the world while. . So Alberta's when when somebody signs up for a virtual class on the Zimba- platform, , all that revenue pays for it goes to. . The instructor yeah everything instructing well. . So so I mean, , how are you guys? ? I mean you're still a business you still have employees how're you kind of managing the business and I mean have you had to have lay-offs or furloughs for example? ? Yeah. . So we didn't do any layoffs wouldn't do any for those. . Surprisingly are clothing business is doing very well people. . Buying fitness clothing to work out at home and we were able to manage. . It obviously is not going to be of very profitable year because we made a lot of investments to make all these things happen but that's not our objective. . This year objected this is about the people it's about the instructors is about their students is about our employees it's always been. . And this year, , it's even more about a just helping out others and a
How I Built Resilience: Alberto Perlman of Zumba
"Alberto we had John Foley, Peleton on a couple of weeks ago and saving Lincoln a bar three. Obviously, the industry as a whole has just been absolutely decimated, right? I mean twenty four hour fitness file for bankruptcy gyms across the country are struggling. Many of them may not survive at the same time working from home is really you know Anybody who's tried to get dumbbells online knows it's impossible to find them right now. Right I heard. There's a black market for dumbbells. Yeah. How has the Economic Crisis Affected Zimba? So so we set out and said, let's base our response to the pandemic and we started seeing this in January and February because we have instructors in Titan and our instructors in China were telling us hey, this is really bad. You guys have to prepare for this because if this. Gets out. This is not good. So we said we have to do three things. One most important thing how do we continue to help structure state generate income to how do we deliver a education virtually for people New People want to become instructors or existing instructors who need further education especially, if they're transitioning virtual and three, how do we keep our promise to make the world happy and healthy? The first thing we did was we allowed instructors to start teaching online. They started teaching zoom but Paulo to to that, we started developing our own platform and it's called Zen Studios Instense for Zoom Instructor, network. So in Studio and in studio allows instructors to lyceum their classes in allows them to upload prerecorded glasses with a licensed. It allows them to charge for their classes. It allows him to list their classes on for months, Zoom Dot Com. We really focused on his since studio concept to help our instructors generate income during the the lock them, and at the same time we said we are structures are not necessarily trained in using all this technology. So we better provide all the education that they need. So we created all these courses that were done through zoom and some are learning courses that instructors could take. To become what we call virtual fitness pros and tour surprise within a month and a half, we had about a million people a week taking Zuma classes virtually, which is amazing for a new virtual product. It was really on structure selling their students. Hey, non teaching online income, take my class virtually every week we launched improvements to the platform. So we added chat to the platform. So students can chat while you're taking the class we added emojis we added that thinks to the paywall so that Instructors could take payment, which every were launching new tech at a pace that our technology team had never done before, and I'm so proud of them because they really took it to the next level. Yeah. I mean you basically stood up a virtual platform within weeks. I mean I'm imagining that if you had a plan like, let's say a year ago you said, Hey, we want to do a virtual platform it would have taken you like a year to put together right and you do this In like six weeks. Yeah. Unbelievable. Working nights weekends. It felt like we were starting Zuma again it felt like you know how jeff vessels says they won. It really felt like they won we felt unstoppable. We're going at it. We were talking to instructors to get feedback on how to make the platform perfect for them, and at the same time we said we to also help our instructors and the world at large during the pandemic in other ways. So we created a community fund where we Gave a funds out to instructors directly affected by covert themselves who were hospitalized, who had family members that pass away or instructors that were because our instructors sometimes are. Their site job. So we had a lot of instructors who are nurses a lot huge population of nurses who are also instructors. So we help them their frontline workers, we help them with their services. So we created this community fund and we also did something that we call the one class, one meal program for every person who took a virtual class which. We make revenue on all the revenue goes to the instructors for every person takes a virtual class with donated meal a during the month of June, and we donated one point, one million meals to food banks around the world while. So Alberta's when when somebody signs up for a virtual class on the Zimba- platform, all that revenue pays for it goes to. The instructor yeah everything instructing well. So so I mean, how are you guys? I mean you're still a business you still have employees how're you kind of managing the business and I mean have you had to have lay-offs or furloughs for example? Yeah. So we didn't do any layoffs wouldn't do any for those. Surprisingly are clothing business is doing very well people. Buying fitness clothing to work out at home and we were able to manage. It obviously is not going to be of very profitable year because we made a lot of investments to make all these things happen but that's not our objective. This year objected this is about the people it's about the instructors is about their students is about our employees it's always been. And this year, it's even more about a just helping out others and a
"perlman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"But we just talked about how the nation right now is enraptured in in well in Italy, where I's divide, and it's in a lab. Ction year, So I just think it would be a shame if the opportunity for reform were lost in the cracks because of the polarization. But again, that bullshit bolsters the argument yet again for you to take the matters into local hands, rather than waiting for developments to be made on the national scene. Bingo. Find out who your legislators are and email them. Now, if you were looking for an unconventional solution to the problem, Ron Perlman has an interesting proposal. Donating $50,000 to Black lives matter Charities. If Senator Ted Cruz wrestles him in a match cage match. You got to read truces, quote. Tweet. Yes, this This came about after AH online disagreement. A tweet war between Ron Perlman and Other actors, including Ted Cruz, he said Cruz Tweeted out, quote. Listen, How boy you talk a good name game when you've got Hollywood makeup and stuntman, but all that $10,000 to the non political charity of your choice that you couldn't last five minutes in the wrestling ring with Jim Jordan without getting pinned you up for it, Or does your publicists say too risky? I love that because Jim Jordan was a wrestler like he was a little really not not the WWF kind. But like the stuff you see in high school, and the reason why Jim Jordan was brought in conversation was because Ron Perlman used his image as an insult, saying that Ted Cruz was the second most ugly politician following Jim Jordan. Wow. So I mean, you know, look an unconventional solution to a problem captivating the national attention. Reactions include Emily Ram shawl from Texas Tribune said. Squint. Imagine if women ran everything. New York Times reporter Maggie asked her all. Maggie Astor also added, God men are exhausting. I'm not sure if I can comment on that. Well, I mean, you're the perfect person to comment on it. You're a male. Correct. So that means commenting on male affairs couldn't possibly be sexist. It's the one rare opportunity where you are shielded from criticism, Doctor. I doubt it. I doubt I'm going to say something, and I'm going to get crucified for. Uh, Unfortunately, that's kind of the direction things are taking everybody so hyper sensitive these days. You got that right? But I thought, you know that interaction between Ron Ron Perlman Ted Cruz was pretty humorous to save Leaf.
"perlman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"ID seen that shop there is an absolutely delicious fight happening on Twitter between Ted Cruz and Ron Perlman let's get please a room that's on nope it was a tricky I have mine set it does say that and to be fair so this all started I guess because Ron Perlman who is the actor from what is it he was the long run yeah you doing the bees yeah sons of anarchy okay that was also Hellboy and Hellboy and so he was fighting with Matt Gaetz represent my gate Matt Gaetz and he said that with a picture of Jim Jordan he said you're lucky for this guy Matt if it weren't for him you'd be the ugliest politician walking and of course tag Maggie hasn't looked in the mirror that's the thing I mean that does he have any I'm not trying to be mean but has he does he have any self aware Hey get this no he was cat I mean he's type cast as a as a B. has a vis yeah and I would it was Ted Cruz in defense of his friend Jim Jordan re tweeted that and said listen hell boy once I'm already down researchers say I'm right here I'm right there with them he said you talk a good game when you've got Hollywood makeup and stuntmen but I'll bet ten grand so the non political charity of your choice that you couldn't last five minutes in the wrestling ring with Jim Jordan without getting pinned yup for it does your publicist say too risky you in danger girl right Hellboy freaked out and he wrote back saying wait is this a V. Ted Cruz holy **** man is this the same guy let little Donnie Collins wife and dog and his father an assassin and now kisses is can I get your autograph man who's really regional Ron Ted responded I get it you're rich but apparently.
Pittsburgh marks one year since Tree of Life Synagogue massacre
"Yesterday at Pittsburgh's tree of life synagogue eleven candles were lit to remember the eleven Jewish worshippers who were killed there a year ago Lucy Perkins of member station W. ESA attended the memorial the list of those who died is long choice Feinberg Richard dot freed rose Melander every Rabinowitz sees so Wilson for if it was simple Bernice Simon sylvan Simon Dan Stein no wax of younger one year ago rabbi Jeffrey Meyers was leading Saturday morning services when a gunman entered his sanctuary and opened fire full moon noble we on Sunday evening Myers recited a prayer for the souls of the disease many of whom were his own congregants Conor and all in all relatives remember those they lost rose mailing starter talked in a video remembrance about how her mother loved to dance when she was young her and her friends used to crash weddings just to go and dance every wedding bar mitzvah whatever she was out there on the dance floor she was leading dances she just loved to dance the shooting was the worst anti semitic attack on American soil in U. S. history three congregations share the synagogue new light your head dasha entry of life rabbi Jonathan Pearlman of new light offered a prayer for healing people in attendance were quiet still until Perlman made this request I would like the governments to this year federal and state government to finally take action on gun control which they promised Fuhrman asked residents to care for and protect each other not despite religious differences but because of them we want to create friendship in this city and I am hopeful but that will happen and that this incident last year is a trigger to us to get moving we need to light a candle of hope he said and sincerely believe in that for NPR news I Lucy Perkins in Pittsburgh
How Cells Sense Oxygen Levels: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
"The Nobel Assembly Caroline Skins that has today decided to ward the two thousand Nineteen Nobel Prize in physiology discoveries of how south sounds and adapt to oxygen availability. Thomas Perlman Secretary of the Nobel Assembly shortly after five thirty am eastern time Greg Samantha was born in Nineteen fifty six in New York he performed his prize winning studies at Johns skains university in Baltimore where is still active Sir Peter Ratcliffe was born in Nineteen fifty four in Lancashire you're in the UK he performed his prize winning studies at Oxford University and he's continuing to do his research soared university and he's also at Francis Crick Institute in London and William Calin born in Nineteen fifty seven in work he performed his price winning studies at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston we're still active in his own lab yeah I will not turn to professor Roundell Johnson a member of the Nobel Assembly who will describe some detail and background binder works so please ramble this year's Nobel prize is awarded for determining how oxygen levels are sensed by cells oxygen is essential for life and is used by virtually all animal cells in order to convert food to usable energy however the amount of engine available to cells tissues animals themselves can vary greatly this prize is for three physician scientists who found them switch that regulates how our cells adapt when oxygen levels drop the most fundamental use of oxygen by the cell is to convert food to usable energy just as a candle needs the right amount of oxygen to burn cleanly cells need to adjust their metabolic rates based on how much oxygen they have available to them this allows each cell and indeed our bodies to efficiently and safely burn fuel so as to create heat do work and build new tissues cells and tissues are constantly experiencing changes in oxygen availability as an embryo grows develops as muscles work the oxygen available changes as the tissues themselves change cells need a way to adjust to the amount of oxygen they have while still doing their important jobs sometimes oxygen levels change across the entire body such as when we high altitudes and sometimes they change and very small parts of our bodies such as when we get a wound that interrupts the local blood supply this triggers adaptive process called the hypoxia response which in turn can induce processes in the body as diverse as new blood vessel formation or genesis new red blood cell formation or rith rope and metabolic adaptations of cells including by Colossus before things get too complicated I want to jump to an interview Randall. Johnson did after the Nobel announcements Johnson's research on the effects of low oxygen so he really knows is this stuff he spoke to an unidentified interviewer but based on the programs in past years I believe she was Swedish journalist Joanna rose this use your water in the discovery of cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability. What does this mean well it's basically a price that says in your cell if you're an animal cell you have to always have some level of oxygen almost all cells use it to do there pollick processes and basically it is just like a candle burning or any other kind of furnace or engine you are burning things in order to make heats in order to make Gede and that's really what we do of course we need oxygen or do those things the problem is cells inside three-dimensional structure like the body are just getting different amounts of oxygen can depend on different levels and blood flow can depend on the fact that the the tissue itself might be using a lot of oxygen at any given time my brain is probably using fair amount right now my heart because it's eating a bit faster and so that's maybe got sort of its using oxygen and if I'm lying down and sleeping and so the because the cell has very tightly regulated little furnace in it it has to adjust to these different levels of oxygen fine-tuned way and if it does badly it can even be fatal for the cell so this is really the prizes for this sort of almost like a reestablish or a thermostat for the oxygen levels a damper that you'd have on your furnace to let in more or less oxygen at any given time so it's just right the flame
Nobel in Physiology or Medicine for How Cells Sense Oxygen Levels
"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky then Nobel family at Karolinska Institute today decided to ward the two thousand Nineteen Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine jointly to William Oxygen Availability Thomas Perlman Secretary of the Nobel Assembly shortly after five thirty a m eastern time Greg Samantha was born else oxygen is essential for life and is used by virtually all animal cells in order to convert food to usable energy however years three laureates have greatly expanded our knowledge of how physiological response makes life possible for an in-depth listen about the the amount of oxygen available to cells tissues animals themselves can vary greatly this prize for three physician scientists who found back with potential drugs used to treat anemia and to treat some forms of cancer these fundamental findings have greatly increased outstanding of how the body adapts to change and applications of these findings are already beginning to affect the way medicine is practiced this the molecular switch that regulates how ourselves adapt when oxygen levels drop. Applications of these findings are already beginning to make their way to the Clinton winning studies at Oxford University and he's continuing to do his research that Oxford University and he's also at the Francis Crick Tiv- Sir Peter Ratcliffe was born in Nineteen fifty four in Lancashire in the UK. He performed his price Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston where is still active in his own lab Karolinska Institute researcher Randall Johnson Studies the effects of Thousand Nineteen Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine look for these scientific American science talk podcast later today for scientific Americans six
Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'
"So remember those Cuba sonic attacks right and we thought was attacking our diplomats but the sonic attack and everybody's like no no no no it didn't happen we have a study where they looked at forty patients twenty three minutes seventeen women and they did an MRI brain scans and the show variations in brain structure and functional connectivity measures relationships around brain regions they compare these forty government personnel the forty eight other adults and the supposedly Cuba sonic attacks happen to the late two thousand sixteen the scans were done last summer actually no between August two thousand seventeen the last summer and study other machine the Verma said there were group differences all over the brains they actually found evidence of brain structure change never genie is professor of radiology and neurosurgery a university Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine and they said especially in an area called the cerebellum it's kind of you know deals with your equilibrium and stuff they found issues of balance I'm movement dizziness etcetera so there's a difference isn't connectivity were also observed in the breeze auditory and visual spatial areas anywhere they hear and see the authors noted that the clinical part of these findings is uncertain and they didn't have earlier M. arise of the patients to compare with the prince looked like before the incidents yeah that would help so they can see before and after because you know what if all of them had bring issues but that's unlikely and what was very interesting is they really couldn't identify like a disorder they could say well look like Alzheimer's or look like Parkinson's or look like to mention it they they can say that so doctor Verma says it certainly does not resemble the imaging presentation of traumatic brain injuries or concussions even though many of the symptoms looks concussion like so they say it says something happened and we need to look further and that's about it so doctor jazz or John she is our director of the Stanford concussion brain performance center said it was quite remarkable the researchers found differences between the brains of helping people and then those involved in the incident especially given the differences with the population itself in terms of their symptoms of what kind of complaints a hat he said I think the jury's out or what caused it but certainly these patients are complained of symptoms and even ventured impairment something's going on and if you can ask to be investigated so what what is going on well many of those who were stationed in Havana many these personnel order that they were hearing intensely loud sounds coming from a specific direction and they described it as a buzzing maybe grinding metal piercing squeals coming now that's according to a study that was published you know last year and of course the study these are the sounds are often associated with pressure like or vibratory sensory stimuli they say the sensory stimuli related to air baffling inside a moving car with the windows partially rolled down so you know how you can't stand it when your kids research roll down the window and you hear the boo boo boo boo boo boo boo yeah yeah like I shot close window and then they don't then you don't want to lock but then you walk the Winona still doing bloom so you gotta make you gotta roll up the window and then lock it yeah one patient reported hearing to ten second pulses others said they could hear the sound for more than thirty minutes so a recording obtained by the Associated Press a release in October became the first publicly reported audio sample to be related to the attacks so a pair of scientists thought it sounded like an echo we call the Caribbean cricket I think the bulls are mine a scientist can't figure out yeah that's something that so can't noise cause brain injury CNN is supporting us and I say self might not have because the centers directly what an audible sound might have you know but a consequence of these you know maybe something else happened and it came out as the sound Douglas Smith he says we actually don't think it was the audible sound there was a problem am I just been the vibrations he works at the university of Pennsylvania center for brain surgery he said I think the audible sound was a consequence of exposure I know of no because of the fact that would produce concussion like symptoms of course my research strong effects on humans require loudness levels there were V. procedures very loud noise so somebody seeing or hearing a buzz or a blue doesn't necessarily that you know that it's not like okay will the sound waves are because of the damage so we still don't know what are the symptoms what were they having well they were having your pain headaches ring in one ear vertigo disorientation attention issues they were basically looking like they had traumatic brain injury or compassion that problems of memory concentration balance I sight hearing sleeping headaches that last more than three months so one of the doctors said was like that a concussion within a radical gosh many felt mentally fault or slowed some more irritable summer nervous you know with posttraumatic stress disorder will see that sonic brain injuries or concussions with football injuries will see that many of them and poor job performance three people need hearing aids then moderate to severe hearing loss others had ring a pressure there is more than a half actually had to be given medication for sleep until the headaches some could go to work I know some of you guys like is again via a government job and everybody says of an appetite was I can get some time off I don't know though you know because actually start taking medication and going through all that I I don't know I don't think anybody was fake I get what we'll never know so what's weird though is the sensors are typically concussion like if you have pain or ringing in only one here you're usually with concussion you know depend on the brain damage I eat you know yeah they're the you'd have more global sort of you know symptoms so doctors are still baffled Cuban officials vigorously deny the ready targeted attacks on diplomats in Havana and if you there some discomfort caused by the factors they say now Canadian diplomats said they experienced similar symptoms while they were posted are posted over there and they are suing the government for millions Canadian diplomats are suing the Canadian government officials and then officials of what's in the civil cases in China the US state department expanded health alert adversaries of supposed acoustic incidents left diplomatic personal suffering now I mean I I want theory he get all I have is you know was this carbon monoxide poisoning I mean every every nobody could really figure out what sort of the sonic thing this was a lot of the symptoms sound like some like that lady they didn't have carbon monoxide filters maybe somebody was messed up before they left and then again the next question is why would Cuba was most of America I mean I know a lot of people don't like Americans but you know did yeah you know what would there be thing why would they do that now maybe they were trying to get a firmer spy equipment maybe somebody figured out there some James Bond sort of tech that if they do this sort of sonic vibratory impulse it interferes with certain spy equipment I don't know I'm pulling this out of my ear but it is weird nobody's answered that question and it kinda you know things that make you go
"perlman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Guy named Luke Perlman this businessman from Florida really he was a lot more than just a manager. Lou personally found all the guys in instinct and the backstreet boys he signed them. He put them together. He put them through boy band boot camp, and then turn them into as I mentioned the biggest pop stars in the world. So you will probably assume the guys instinct or backstreet boys all became millionaires during that time, right? Now, like, not not even close. In fact, they may just about the same amount of money as a part time barista at Starbucks, Lance. Bass was a member of instinct, in fact, just last night. He was at the catella music festival. One of the biggest music festivals in the world with instinct singing with area Guerande. And now he's made a new documentary. It's called the boy band con, the Lou Pearlman story, Lance join me to talk about the film at first I wanted to know what were his first impressions of this guy who discovered them Lou Perlman. I remember him being just as jolly character that you immediately fell in love with he picked me up at the airport in Orlando in his Rolls, Royce, which I'd never seen one before in person with Justin Timberlake to welcome to Orlando. And see if I wanted to join this group they were putting together. But yeah, just that immediate reaction to Lou was like, wow, he already feels like a family member. So who were you at the time, what kind of person were you and your? Your life and the guys in your band where we in your lives when you met Lewis started in sync. Yeah. Well, all I was really doing at the time. I was a junior in high school. So all I really was thinking about was the homecoming dance that weekend. I didn't think of it, you know. And when they call Justin Lou called, you know, to say, hey, would you come down Orlando and meet the guys I didn't even know what to think is it just seems so far fetched like, okay? What is this? So you know, I took the dive. And I went to Orlando to meet the guys in just fell in love with everyone. So you wanted to be a singer like you wanted to be a performance somewhere. I mean, not really no one because I'm from a small town in Mississippi. So I never had dreams of the coming an entertainer or a singer at that point. I just wanted to be an astronaut just like the typical kid thing to dream of. But I didn't think that I my path could ever lead into anything professional that way. Because just no one from my town, you know, ever left. So I'd I never thought about doing this as a profession, but loose seem to have a way of making people think that it was possible, right? Like, he took these kids, and their parents and said, listen, I'm gonna make you believe that you are going to be a star. Yeah. And he he was so great at selling that dream, and which was great encouraging in. That's what you want in a good manager. But I know he was dangling these carrots in front of you like, this could all be yours. Knowing the whole time that you know, he was he was going to be scamming out of everything. Well, in a practical way, what did he do for you guys and for backstreet boys like as a manager death? I mean as a manager in the president of our label. He, you know, gave us our first start. You know, his company is the one who funded are very beginning. So, you know, the house that we lived in together all of our dance rehearsals, all of that was paid by by Liu and his companies. And so that was the investment they put into us in the documentary people, especially Kevin from the backstreet boys is referred to as seeing seeing Liu as a as a as a father figure AJ mentions that at some point around Kevin really needing Lou. Did you see him in the same way? I saw Lewis family member. The the good thing about my situation. I you know, I had great parents. I had a wonderful father. So I never looked at Lewis this father figure that I needed in my life. But a lot of the artists don't trans con did feel that way, you know, Aaron Carter and different Kevin people that have lost their fathers or just didn't have a great one to look up to Lou filled avoid for them. And do you think they fill the void for him? Yeah. I think Lou, you know, growing up, and when you see this film, you really get to see the young Lou and why he created this whole persona. So I think you know, all he wanted to do was be liked. And I think that he had to plan early on in life to say, okay. How do I become rich and famous people actually like me, Lance? So I want I want to kind of get to a moment in the film that really stuck with me about the kind of the moment that you found out that maybe something was wrong with way Lewis paying you guys before we get to that. Can you just set up for just how big it was want people to understand how big you were at the time that you found out something was wrong. Yeah. I mean, we had been working at this point three years. And you know, we spent the first couple of years over in Germany, and it was just absolutely huge. I mean covers of every magazine number one albums and singles crazy tours, and then we'd been already touring in America for a year. And again, you know, huge album so intends to ten million records of so thing, you know, we were we were definitely on a on a path to to something really big at this time. And we were we were on cloud on. I mean, I think you guys were really huge in Canada at this point to Canada was our first number one. Yeah. Exactly. So like this this is when we knew you this is win drive myself. Crazy was out like these were these were big. So I was hoping you could tell the story, and you tell them the documentary really, well, but it's the moment that really stuck with me, you're at dinner with members of insane ambassador employees or just instinct now just just just instinct, your families, and Lou Pearlman your manager when everything changed. What happened? Yeah. You know, Louis hyping up. This check presentation, and again, we hadn't gotten paid in three years. We were living off our thirty five dollars per diem everyday. And so we were excited about this dinner. We had all the families flown in our record label from Germany was there, and we have these envelopes in front of us. And when we got to the point where we got to open them and see what it was. We were just thinking ourselves. What look at this number be sold ten million records and crazy amounts of merchandise. I mean, they're making hundreds of millions of dollars the record label. So you're thinking what could this what I'm about to fall into and you open up the check, and it's ten thousand dollars, and it just it Florida's? We, you know, and you think, wow, I just worked for you know, three years, basically, I was making less than three thousand dollars a year working our butts off never had a day off. So so then what happened at the dinner? Did you did someone say something at the dinner or did you just kind of go? Thanks, lou. Yeah. No. It was it was definitely an awkwardness. I'm sure, you know, us being polite probably thanked him. But it was very quiet and everyone had just been deflated. And the only thing I can remember from that from that night was just getting back to the hotel and being so upset that I ripped off the check because I just I knew this was not fair. This is not fair at all. So while you guys instinct, we're getting ten thousand dollar checks just for context what kind of life was leading. Oh, louis. I mean, he was living lavish life before we even met him in in the film. Of course, we get to show. You exactly how he got there because it's basically one scheme after the other. But you know, he had a a wonderful mansion he had Rolls Royces and limos. He had drivers had so many drivers that always end up in boy bands later on. And oh, yeah. Like most like L Afo different groups mean there was always a limo driver and all of his bands. That's all started via he was living, a very very high life, and all these dinners, he'd take you to these lavish dinners, and you know, you'd be thanking him for them. And then in the end, you realize oh my gosh. We're paying for all those dinners. We should be thinking ourselves. So I was going to ask for all this money wing. But that's that's where it went. Right. It went to you. What you thought you were getting for free? He was spending money on. I can't figure out how. I can't I can't figure out without having a solid gold statue of him on his front lawn. He possibly could have made this much money that you guys would probably owed. I just don't know what he was spending on. Yes, he lived a lavish life. But I don't know if he was putting it into so many other projects that he did have five hundred businesses going on at one time and half of them were all illegitimate didn't didn't really even exist. So I don't know. I don't I don't know how he's he he blew all of that. Or what I can Mike conspiracy theory is that money is somewhere is buried somewhere in someone knows where it is. Because he enacted at Ponzi scheme that you know, he made almost half a billion dollars. So you think I should never lose past. But like the money might be somewhere him. Oh, yeah. I think someone knows where it's at maybe maybe they're listening to Canadian public radio lands, and they can. Ponzi scheme victims that need their money back. How did your relationship with Lou Pearlman change after that? I was never the same. You know, we we definitely stayed in touch after that. Because we, you know, being polite still we're like, hey, thank you. Thank you. But we once we saw those checks. We called lawyers we needed to figure out how we didn't want to relieve Louis never wanted to leave Lou. We only wanted to renegotiate our contract to be fair. And we all know, you know, even at an early age. I knew your first contracts always going to be bad. But in success you renegotiate and he didn't want to even budge one like one little thing in the contract. So we knew it was going to be a fight. So we went into arbitration with our boss, Strauss, L, Nick. And we gave our side of the story. Lou gave his side and Strauss said guys, I think you might have one albumin. Yeah. I'm going with Lou and left. And so that was just devastating because we knew that our career was over at that moment. I that. That's the one thing that sticks out to me in this in this documentary is that like. As we talked about before we turn to microphones on like, I'm so I'm thirty one. I am the prime age for insane. And thinking backstreet boys in all you guys. Right. And there was no one more. There is no one more famous than you. And I can't figure out and have to say that I disagree with it. But like it just seems so shocking to me that you could be so famous so powerful and yet feel so vulnerable at the same time. Yeah. And it's it's one of those things to where you know, you you were kept so busy that you didn't have time to really think about it. And that was a good ploy for Lou. To really keep us. So busy that not even a day off literally did not have a day off of. So we were so tired that. We would never even try to question anything. And so it wasn't until you know that. I check presentation where we knew something was wrong..
Flavored vapes draw FDA ire, with some exceptions
"The FDA is turning up the pressure on e cigarette makers it's issued proposed rules yesterday that would further restrict sales of certain flavored e cigarettes the rules wouldn't apply to mint or menthol flavors. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer has more on the rules. And what they would mean for e cigarette makers and sellers. It's already illegal to sell e cigarettes to anyone under eighteen. The proposed rule tackles cigarettes with flavours that appeal to kids like cotton candy. There would be stricter age verifications for online sales and convenience stores would have to build a separate room for these flavored e cigarettes, according to Spencer, Perlman fada partners, essentially, any retail location would have to have a physical barrier that would prevent anybody under the age of eighteen for entering the space where these flavored e cigarettes are being sold. The national association of convenience stores says it's considering a lawsuit against the FDA, but it may not need to sue FDA. Commissioners, Scott Gottlieb said on CNBC today that his agency may just outlaw these flavored e cigarettes at some point they youth use of those products become so intolerable that they have no redeeming public health valley, and we'll just have to sweep the market of those products. And that includes jewel Gottlieb says last year vaping by highschoolers shot up. Seventy eight percent Gottlieb is leaving the FDA sometime in the next month. But he says his plan has the full backing of the
"perlman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"It's American roof in London the transformation looked better. Yeah. This did. Yeah. It was got. It's like we're complaining about too much vs. But it's true. You can have too much of something. If it doesn't take me out of the story. CGI us look good. Yeah. But when you see you go, that's as it's not usually is he giant it. Just doesn't look good in in. That's more. Like a lot of people are going back to particle because it's hard to replicate particle fix. Yes. I think the practical fix were were better from Carol Girma detoro. But that's that's his style. You know, it's he has very weird style. And I like it because it's when it's practical, you know, it's, you know, it's practically, and it doesn't look that it works. It looks better. It's mobile leave -able. I like a mix of practical ANSI Gye. You know, I like the way that you don't need really notice like the practical. When when it's doesn't draw you out of the story is actually in Washington. Oh, let's see. Yeah. I mean, when you know, the whole thirty or fifty foot monster comes through London bridge, or whatever that kind of expect to be at least make it does evil. It's just one of those things like I mean. When like God like that went through a bridge. It didn't look bad. It looked really good. So I said if if you wanna watch helplessly, what's the first two, I don't think I would watch this in theater as of right now. Now, if if there's a huge hype in a lot of the critics like, oh, my God is the most amazing things. Yeah. I'll go check it out or another trailer comes out that's because this a come out to later twenty nineteen. Yeah. I think it's like August flying even later. I was thinking November. But either way I got time to improve it. Yeah. I mean, you know, hopefully, the, but then again, that's what they say. Principle is mostly what were shot at it'll be would have to redo re-shoots and just fix his face because I can fix the CGI. Yeah. I mean, it got his it's, you know, it's funny. If if even if he looked xactly like Ron Perlman round Perlman may that character. And this guy. I don't think I don't he? He's not. Out here, you hashtag not my homeboys. Yeah. I don't know if he's strong the carry that the hell boy, I'm Perlman was in so many conic things. And in this guy everybody really knows him from. And I think been very my muscles. Sorry. Everybody is Phillies and everybody. Can that can really knows this guy only from Stanford things. They'd be. I don't know. What else? He's I don't really like change certain Strangford thing. I just good job hopper. But but Ron Perlman he's been so many things that that he's he's an iconic actor by himself. The putting him in this role was is pretty good because he just he has that that charisma as hell bar explore the moxie foot spa. But. CGI is a little too saturated for me, I think. We'll see if I I'm pretty sure that if this is the best parts of of a movie in a trailer than Bobby pass on. We'll we'll probably end up reviewing it. So we'll we'll probably see every I won't see it with money. But if I if I get to review it, I'll go check it out. But you know, I I'm usually a little honest with my reviews if I don't like something I had lie. I usually pretty much almost every move. I like I like being the team that that's not a those people look for deep meaning Shakespearean plots unless watching Shakespeare's, and even then made you'll be able action Leonardus everyone's CGI my Shakespeare, right? But yeah, there's been a few movies. I just walked out now after it. I'm hoping this is not one of them. Yes. Especially since dole who heads at for me, especially since you know, the comics come movie that you know, we don't wanna kill the reiteration of hell boy. No. We want more come movies..
Painkillers for dogs, cats may be worsening human opioid crisis: study
"Vigil more evidence of the growing opioid crisis. A new study suggests painkillers prescribed to pads could possibly be contributing to the opioid crisis in the US. Researchers looked at trauma doll hydro Kodo the coating tablets and fencing all patches prescribed mainly two dogs and cats from two thousand seven till two thousand seventeen the study at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine and the school of veterinary medicine found the quantity of these prescriptions. Rose by forty one percent while the number of annual visits. Also grew by thirteen percent. Some states now require veterinarians to look into the background of the owner before prescribing opioids
"perlman" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
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"perlman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"This huge bounty on my table. You know, there's there's a mum I'm I'm in the middle of this feast. This like this cosmic thanksgiving. But it's twenty four seven, you know, it's like dislike like, you know, you people you feel lucky get to do it once a year. This is like my morning, noon and night is like this ground boof, you know, and. It's got all of this creativity. Scott phenomenal folks that I'm, you know, getting to people I've known for a long time. And I'm getting to seal lots of new people are coming into it. So very alive and very in a state of real gratefulness real grace. And now if we could just get rid of this. This orange. You know? Aberration. Everything would be Jake baby. As my dad used to say, everything would be Jake is that. Yeah, that's an all like thirties of four is. Everything's doing. Everything's jake. Everything's jake. It's all good. Yeah. It's all fine. Yeah. When did you dad your dad did music is whole life? He no he didn't. He he only did it is very young man in the minute. He started having kids. He he realized he couldn't make a living doing it put food on the table. So he gave it up. And so he you know, it was like one of these unfinished dreams. He he died at forty nine nine hundred sixty nine nineteen. So his my my relationship with him is more like like this thing that I carry around with me, but you can't see tests or smell, but he's very much all of the muses. But a what was I goes those my point. But we're talking about I. Yeah. And. The great connection. There is is that I hung in. Whereas he I got to watch a man who who who loves something like music, and then had to leave it because he felt like he. It couldn't sustain him. And he just needed to sick way into something that was palpably more able to put food on the table for his burgeoning young family. And I always thought man what would life have been like if my dad got to spend this whole life doing what he loves which was music. That's that was his you know, that's where he was like one hundred ten percent alive. You know, everything else. He did he was like very positive, dude. So he was always like in the high eighties and sometimes in the low nineties, but when he was planned, piano or drums, so he taught himself to play Trump. He jumps off the plan million things he was one hundred and ten percent alive as somebody like me who has spent my whole life doing what I love, you know, which is, you know, working as an actor. You just wish that for the people that you know that. Shaped you. Yeah. So, but in a way, you got to do that. And so his you're sort of carrying his dream through you he made the choices that he made. And that allowed you to be the person that you are and you got to do that stuff. So what a tremendous way to honor him another way. Clearly, and you know. You know, it was you know, even though he's been gone since sixty nine. Huge connection has remained. And so I'm I'm pretty sure he's like looking dangle at a book. That makes me really happy. Oh, that's fantastic. Yeah. We're coming up. I guess it's Friday Friday is my anniversary of my dad dying five years ago Friday, but I had him until he was seventy two, you know. So I you know, I was I was lucky that I had him for that loan. Does you know it did it does make you reflective? It definitely makes you reflect what all this stuff all the stuff just to put a, you know, a a reference to it all is like all the stuff that you, and I have been talking about including dick jokes and everything like that. And Sinatra and love for movies that was all given to me by him. Those were the things that he loved leave. Nobody loves Sinatra more than my own, man. Nobody understood why he loves it entre more than my own man and same thing with movies. I mean, I used to sit there and watch Red River, you know, and revenge of robinhood, he's. You know, these were his favorite movies and movie stars Gable, and Tracy and Jimmy Cagney unity G Robinson, Barbara Stanwick. And you know, coop, you know, bogey, and he gave me all that..
"perlman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"But my love my joy is being on a movie set with people who who I know who blow my mind about how cool and talented. They are and we're solving the problem of making this movie, and hopefully, maybe maybe we'll make something cool. That's still is like being on vacation from that's like my version of going to Bali, and you know, and and soaking up sun, and you know, and hanging out with you know, we hang out with in Bali the Balanese. Yeah, they go. I knew he'd know. I know he'd know. What else do I need for you to tell me that? I know I'm here. But anyway, so so. But the air airplanes are like I'm finding out are very unhealthy. Like the air in an airplane is is is not real air. Just that recycled. Yeah, it's just shit. And then you know, that whole pressurized de-pressurizing on pressurized thirty five thousand down to twenty eight because there's turbulence you know, it's a drag. So that that's the trade off that trade offers like I'm a little burnt out from from from what what you have to do to go to to have all of the Nocholas and the joy and the good luck in the good fortune. And a great memories that I'm getting to have by doing all this stuff. So, but I don't dare ask to like, you know, lighten up on the on the on right on the opportunities because. You know? It's I I know what famine is like, I'm I'm happy to be part of the feasting. Yeah. No. You gotta catch yourself complaint. God, I can't believe I got I I'm fine. It's fine to make sure the university is, you know, I'm fine. I'm I'm really good kind of funny that people will do complain about being on a set. Yeah. You know, you just sit in your trailer most of the time, but it seems like well, you know, you'd have some time to yourself. You can read you could learn your lives, you can figure out how to be a better person, you could learn a language it seems like you could do a lot in. You know, I personally nap you could nap as much as possible napping in my trailers, no one will ever know how many hours I've spent that sleep at thirteen. Let's say you're in like, a well, let's say like at thirteen hour day on set how much of that time. Are you actually doing the thing you're paid to do? It varies. I mean, there's no real right answer that I mean, there are certain GP's that I've worked with you know, who the ratio how long it takes for them to light a scene and the amount of time it takes to shoot that scene is like eight to one right? The DP is lighting. Right. You know? And then you're on the on those movies. I have never looked better. I mean, I'm so well rested. You know what you're napping? Yeah. You there's no bags in the my is, you know, like, I I got pep in my step. It's beautiful. But then there are days when you're you just can't wait to get off set because you're just like, you know, just they're like, you know, relentlessly. You know, the only the only break you get his lunch. Either way's fine with me. Have you ever been a situation where you're shooting, and you just you just tired, and he kinda don't feel like being there at in your mind? You're sorta just phone in all your lines. And then you see the move, and you go I was actually pretty good. Yeah. No, take it. It took me fifty years to realize the power of phoning it in really, you know, because I mean people people, you know, now that I've like. You know entered into the autumn of my years. When I was forty five. No, it all you got. We got him talking. I really carry. We gotta do little carry. Okay. I just did. But anyway, they. You know, when I was younger. I didn't appreciate the actors that I do now like. You know, everybody said, well, John, Wayne, you know, he's the biggest box office star. He's but he he's not acting. He's just he's just being himself..
Red Sox topple Dodgers in Game 4, Boston now 1 game away from World Series title
"Alex Perlman. The dodgers held a four nothing lead. Heading into the seventh last night and looked well on their way to evening the World Series at two games apiece. Red Sox said not so fast as the pitch swing. There's a high try left-center fail back goes ballot. Jerry back by the wall. What title? Stave pairs point near the Red Sox dot goes. The three seventy five foot marker Red Sox. Four dodgers for Joe Castiglione with the call on the Red Sox radio network that just the start for Pierce after Boston took the lead on Raphael. Deborah single in the ninth. Here's blasted a two out three run opposite field. Double the blow. The game. Open SOX beat the dodgers nine six. Now. Look to close it
"perlman" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Who is a gigantic fan of yours, Brian, meet Allan below Brian. I don't know whether to call you Allen or Senator Arnie vinick, but that goes back to my west wing days. I think Allen is probably good. No, I'm not. I'm not. I'm not dressed up like Senator. What are you wearing? You know that I reserve that for text communication. Or sex communications as. Turn circling devolving, but Allen, our podcast is going to be taking a summer break, but we still want to give our audience something wonderful, listen to. And we've heard so much about your podcast and we thought, why not steal an episode of Alvin show? What do you think? I think that's so great view. I love it. I love love the chance to introduce our podcast furor audience. Are you enjoying this whole new medium? I can't have you. I'm enjoying it more than I thought I would. And I, I mean, I thought I'd enjoy it, but this is just wonderful. I, we, I, I enjoy the conversations I have. We have wonderful conversationalist on and we talk about this subject that I'm obsessed with, which is relating to other people in communicating the hard things to them. And you've been obsessed with that for quite a while. I know that sort of the art of conversation and communication is something new. Been focused on for for a few years now. Right. Really at least twenty five years because I've started working on that when I was interviewing scientists on the science program when PBS which did for eleven or twelve years. And then I started, I helped start a center for communicating science at Stony Brook university. So we've been training scientists to communicate better and medical professionals all over the world, thousands of them. And now it's just pure fun talking to people like Sarah Silverman. It's Perlman judge Judy and people that you don't even know so. Well, like, I don't know if you heard this k. bowler is a writer who has a fatal illness, and she wrote a really funny book, and we have a really wonderful conversation about the terrible ways. People that tried to cheer up. I bet that certify and sad at the same. Time, but very emotional. Clearly, you're trying to be instructive through your art of conversation. You're trying to broach how to have a conversation, which is a really interesting concept if you know it. That's right because it's not diuretic. It's not a lecture, it's it's pure conversation and it and it takes place on both sides of the microphone and I'm I'm conversing with them. I'm not interviewing not asking them a list of questions and things come up that neither one of us expected. So it's it's it's alive and that's why I'm having such a wonderful time and they get surprises, talked to Renee Fleming who who's doing this wonderful thing about exploring with with scientists, the healing power of music, and this you'll love. I didn't expect this to come out sometimes when she's recognized which he's out in public. People come up tour and say, I love you. Katie Couric I know is left. I was actually near Lincoln center, and someone came up to me and said, Renee, Fleming I love you so much. And I said, gosh, I can't sing a note, but thank you. You should just say, thank you anyway. Then the person thought my God, we're Fleming can't sing Allen. People come up to me and tell me that they love my work, and then they call me Alan Arkin. Even get his male. Wow. Allen, I saw New York Post headline that called you the world's oldest millennial my job. First of all..
"perlman" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Buoying alien resurrection and sons of anarchy and all that violent bullshit. Not until show offense. I go. Thank you. What was I saying? I don't know. We're both Jesus. Oh, that I was asking you who your favorite actors are have been Sorenson, you know, okay. As a director. And then the guy who made rust and bone jock Odio the The Frenchman frontier. those two directors without work for for free, but don't let that get out. Because I won't work for them, but I would right, but I won't theoretically, but not really, Folsom Sandison and the Coen brothers. This, this is others, but those are the bright, shiny objects of my desire who is who do you have most? Let me not that name a favourite, but most memorable experiences. I mean, that's quite a list of right. Rando when John hurt. And I mean you've worked with everybody. You know, when we're when next on we can talk about my memoirs. Oh, and we can talk about it as if I just wrote it left me do thing. You know, as if I'm coming on here to to promote it to promote a book that I wrote it five years ago, but nobody has to know that if you look at look at the sales, it's new to everybody. I bet you it's doing present Sean Spicer's book though. Exactly. I loved. Here's one of my favorite things. You were friends with? Sammy Davis junior because he was a huge fan of. Candyman listen, we gotta love that a Pearl. Did he call you parole? And he didn't. He didn't know that when I grew up in my neighborhood in Washington heights in New York, that I was the Pearl that everybody called me pro, but Sam, he just had this thing about him man, and he just went hurl. Amen. What are you and your bride doing Tuesday, man. How about. To familiar in shell. Ethic. Sure, Sam. That's fantastic. You are happily married two kids. Right. How long married, how many, how many kids to kids. One of each guess of. Thirty seven years married forty two years together, how we got married exactly five years to the day from our first date, Hollywood values. A first date was the balanced the and then five years later we got married. Well, well, well, kids, my kids are. I don't remember who could say, who could say it probably don't want me to talk about. That's fine. That's fine. I say, I know once tenures that makes I saw their ages on something so he'd be forty three. Thirty three. I'm sorry, ten years younger than me. Do you have before we go favourite celebrity story? I don't. I mean, it's just it's hard to like read, worked with an ongoing like, wow, that is because you with me a huge body of work. You've been it's, you know. You know, in sons of anarchy beauty and the beast. But you worked for forty years now? Yeah, though. I have. I have. I have a bunch of great celebrities throws than they're all in the book. So can we? We come back. Just doing that. Are we just humping the book or give me one piece of sugar? No figure convince him giving doing independent movies. I need to sell some one piece of over to Brando CEO one day I may have a favor. Nothing you got nothing on Brando this. I have a story in the book about Brando that should've taken three pages, but I, I actually made it into two chapters. Because let's face it. Look in the most important actor in the history of cinema, and you don't. You don't. You don't just give them once you don't..
"perlman" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Brixton bullets. How can any. Would stopped up Donald Donald Trump's presidential run, and here's where Hillary didn't. Yeah, if I may be. So please please. I just want to point to this one moment. Probably this hundreds of others. Life just wanna point to this one moment, and this is what I mean when I say offering the nation. Vivid look at who we truly truly are, what we've been fighting and dying for bleeding for not guys like me, but our real hero. In that debate where. She said, you probably don't pay any taxes and he says that makes me smart. Yeah, I would have ended him. Right then and there. By saying the following. No Donnie little Donny that makes you a fucking deadbeat which is what you are. You're fucking dead. The who lives off the backs of other people you scam and you let everybody else carry a water for you. You don't have the fucking balls to pay taxes you. And if a woman said that. Zone, go go. Taxes, which by the way, keep our soldiers safe. Keep them in equipment. That protects their lives. Builds off schools gives children education. It's an honor to pay taxes in this country. That's how we pay for democracy and by you being a fucking deadbeat and leaving it to the other guys will pour than you, but way more patriotic than you. You're a fucking scumbag man, and you have no absolutely. No claim on seeking the greatest office in this land. Yeah. If that wouldn't have ended him, I don't know. Yeah. No, you're right figured out, you know, but but but but that that's what it all boils down to. He's a fucking deadbeat. I just think they've been scamming. There's just so many all his life -solutely. There's so many vantage of the very people who are like out there. Heil Hitler in for him. Yeah, he thinks of them as complete roofs and that's board for them to die because of, you know, they're stupid vote. And now he's going to take their healthcare with preexisting conditions, like, you know, that's the heart of being a liberal is I'm not like, ha, you voted for the stupid. You got conned. And now you're, I mean, I, I now you're gonna lose your farm now. You're gonna lose your health insurance like I don't. That's not the spirit run it. Like you were talking about what America's always been right? Like we, we've always been for each other. That's the whole point, but it. But he's just, he's so I, I mean, it's the combination of racism sexism. I mean, that's what I mean about. I totally get your point about Hillary. But she'd been the victim of so much misogyny previously and in this, like when he was stalking her onstage yet later, I wish she wished that she would have went, get the fuck away from me. Creepy mother fucker. Would you know he was like, but but I think that that was part of what we saw is just the dip the misogyny that that I think is is inherent. I mean, people are now outraged about liberals not being simple enough that we're wearing a tee shirt about Hillary at a Trump Bradley. I just okay. Can I just say I've never seen joy Reid laugh as hard as when you did your Trump and it's not even because everyone does Trump impression, but you weren't even really doing Trump where she were just sort of doing his sort of rambling, train of thought, getting everything rolling kind of thing. Right. You did a whole thing about really marine Le Pen, won the French election. The chocolate Eclair Alfonso Macron and his hot wife..
"perlman" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"But you've talked about, you said your overwrought, emotional, emotional state was starting to wear on you. I said this Ron, I've never hated anybody. I hate him. I know I shouldn't process Trump's tresses like personal stress, but I do if if you care about your country, you're like, oh, my God. This is just constantly terrifying and horrifying every day, isn't it? Well, yes, it is those things, but it's so much more. And how long do we have? It's going gonna get darker as long as my God forever. What did I say? How long have I been? Oh my God. How many times have I texted you? How long have I been trying to get you to what? What? What? What it is, what it is, what it will be, what is what it was? Yes, excuse for you know, the seventy five percent of us. That's right. You have a sense of you. No decency what? What? What? What's worth living for beautiful things in this beautiful world that are not that I not given that a gifts not should not be taken for granted needs to be cherished and Ford for that. A guy like that rising to a position like that is simply unprocessed. Yeah, it's on. It's unacceptable on his no level upon which it's not acceptable and yet. There's an entire subset. Miscreants who are? Yeah, enabled aren't too. Tell us that this is okay and normal and that we have a problem if we don't see it that way. So this is the ultimate, you know, ask, fuck. Shit, fuck shrimp there. The aforementioned people that that I don't offend when I say that, but you know, it's on a good way. You know, it's not a good Ashfaq man, I would, but lube and you're pretty. I think of Trump, I don't think of as being a good lover, but what has been. Listen, Trump's dump is a fucking punk. Punks come and go. We've seen. I've never been so sexually aroused by happy. Are we've seen punks like this all through the history world? Yeah, maybe not quite like this, and we've never seen them rose to a position in our own. Sacred republican. You have and you and you say it in that voice. I, I only you if there was any film you would play like Morgan Freeman would be a somewhere, not God underneath you, you God Morgan, you're. Apprentice be needed to pray to somebody. Yeah, that's right. I'm well my point. I try not to use that power. Well, Morgan frivolously. Yes. I try to use the word for the innocence every tequila day. There is no frivolously just just just another. Bucket list item. I'll checked off of it that you're gonna say manic Monday. Okay, Ron? Yes, here's my point is this is what you were alluding to about trumping cardboard cutout piece of shit. Fuck is that we had rob Reiner right in verse happy, horror that went free here and I say this every day, right? But you can't. None of you could pitch this or make this film. This is hot fucking happening. This is you can't. You cannot even have imagined this completely unqualified reality show clown getting installed by hostile government with his fingers on the nuclear button who's clearly completely saying. I mean, this is right. I mean, that was your point. Someone asked you. They asked you if you him and you said, fuck no, not interested into one dimensional people have no redeeming value and nothing is psychologically compelling. I played serial killers in real bad guys and there's always some sort of psychological gap there Trump doesn't possess any of them. He's just a cardboard cutout piece of shit. Bach. There's nothing there to explore. He's one dimensional. He's not clever. He'd be very boring to play. When I was asked, would you would you like to play Trump as an actor fry, which is what I do during the day? Yes, I am tweets. But you said I will..
"perlman" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Oh boy. I'm the God of hell. Hell. Elbow from Romans here hopefully. Oh, my God, happy to kill a day. So you're here on tequila day ruse. Lose its fate. Okay. Can I just say. I have been in love with you since beauty and the beast. I'm so in love with Vincent as a lot of women are, but I. I could see past the hell voice in the fucking sons of anarchy and all the boy violence shed because Vincent, pardon me if you get the music, I just I touched my box because you were here. Always. He will always be Vinson. My goal is get more people to touch their back. If I do that as made a different studies can have our finger on our box, pushing all the buttons today. Roman is perfect. Well, in every way, just first of all, but then for happy her because. Where's the headline? Ron? Perlman Trump is a cardboard cutout piece of shit. Fuck and here's what I love about that because fuck not really word and you're saying another word right before we started, which is he has defied all consequential cut. That's not a word. Nobody either. He's not a human. So now I mean he he unit hardly barely play human. So you would know he's, he's defied all categorization like and I include the dregs of humanity. Yeah, he, he basically is something that's never been identified. I don't think along Mosleh like Vincent has come back with his Twitter feed and by. Oh, yeah, right there. Vincent right. Looking for, you just get the property, the whole God. Trump shit. Fuck again, get getting a Twitter fight with Don Jr.. Those you that alert that Don Jr.. Could come from your Expos, you. So we're only going to circle jerk now because you and Malcolm Nance or best friends. And that's how I knock them. Nance came to a resistance inter-party. He's like, oh, can I bring a friend date? Not knock. Bring a tape. Oh, it's Vincent slash. Hell boy. What's your sign? And I told him, I said, oh, you can be my date. We're compatible. A lot of people don't know that about me and Malcolm. Compatib- straightest most macho man in the universe. Okay. Anyway, along with us at a at a resistance inter-party. But you I, first of all it was fun, but no, they're going to be that much fun. Lot of laughs. A lot of funny people there when you left Twitter, I was leaving. No. It was a temporary thing. You know? You know what happened, right? I mean my my, my leaving. Twitter was re rather sincere. Yeah, but what I hadn't realized I left it like on a on a Saturday. And, and I thought, I, you know, I went out and kind of ablaze Laurie. My last line being Joni Mitchell quote, while meal in the bar and I was I was I was ready to stay on and then and then he did. That's some other shit. On Monday. I had booked the Larry King thing politics, and all he wanted to do is talk about my leaving Twitter and and all of, and I said, okay, bye. Hello, live, you. Why do you have to have held boy bellboy NFL calling in for help. Although I line one distance make a quick. He's calling from Tennessee. He wants to talk to, heck boy. By the way that you know the, that that's what they called it in parts of Tennessee boys. What. No, I don't. I don't write this just watched clips of how it was very disturbing, but. You worked out for that. Can I say you worked. Listen Sean. There's gonna be some shit going on today because you can buy Vincent. Withheld boy apps and Ron Perlman's current Twitter feed Agila. Let's never right there right there right there. Oh. Oh. All right. No is reading about the Larry King thing because he just. What who'd all we had great gains homeless. We gangs like, when did you may why? He's in love Larry so much, right? He's straight to the point. He's blunt, very has aids like he's. He's fucking he was. He was as good as he ever was..
Fourth of July MLB Scoreboard Rundown
"Sports flash parrella took extras to decide tonight's game between the rangers and the astros they want to gaddis lines this wanted to right center field that shields gets there makes the cats i'll to bake tax people score hurry l goes the third sacrifice fly for gaddis and the astros lead five to four robert ford with the call on kbm e houston fell behind four nothing in this game before eventually winning it by that five four final the yankees provide plenty of fireworks on july fourth is our aaron judge and giancarlo stanton both leave the yard six to win when it's all said and done over the braves good news bad news on the injury front phenom labor torres placed on the ten day disabled list with a hip strain but masahiro tanaka very good in a rehab start with scranton wilkesbarre today striking out four over five innings of work red sox won't give up ground in the al as though they sweep the nationals today's final three nothing the cubs win their six straight sweeping the tigers five to everything going right now hobby by is with the steal of home willson contreras knocks in three as the cubs role all the mets needing wins in the worst way as we near the allstar break they get one tonight a five run fifth giving new york control of the game it all adds up to a six three w over the blue jays red stop the white sox seven four trevor bauer picks up the wind is the indians edge of the royals three two angels seven the mariners four nick williams to run shout sends the phillies past the orioles for one the brewers use three solo shots to top twins three to four marlins pitchers combining for a four hit shut out of the race miami win three zip stephen piscotty two run eighth inning double the difference as the as get by the padres four to dodgers trying to close out the pirates though their peski right now dodger stadium six four the lead for la with two outs in the top of the night still scoreless between the cardinals and the diamondbacks in the bottom of the fourth in nba free agency we know that raymond felton will reportedly signed a one year two point four million dollar deal to return to the thunder which would push their payroll past three hundred million dollars amir johnson agreed to a one year according to rene with the seventy sixers according to espn and major world cup news uruguay cavani likely to miss the france quarterfinal match with a calf injury this is alex perlman.
Ron Perlman Says He Peed On His Hand Before Handshake With Harvey Weinstein
"That was the thought everybody who go to your movies everybody to buy your music yes and that really was also tv back in the day but now things are a lot different especially with late night tv yes so is trump is doing this rally last night and goes after jimmy fallon yes what is your reaction to that this this is what he does india doesn't let anything go no box is unchecked i think he feels like there's enough of america that agrees with him and sides with him that he can go ahead and throw that stuff out there i mean he needs his his voting block yes but does it jimmy fallon have to expand you only have a certain amount of people that may tune in the late too late to go backwards on that stuff i mean if you stuck your neck out there so far that you can't bring it back i mean you're jimmy fallon quite yes i mean it's done now it's done but as far as staking out a position you know where coal bear is politically you know where kimmel is likely this gets back to a conversation i had this weekend if i know where they are then it's up to me choose whether to watch him or not when they pretend to be otherwise that's when it troubles me cnn if cnn would just come out and go look we're not a fan of the president where liberal leaning organization this is the way we're going to present the news do that rather than scold me and tell me that we we have no position we're journalists i think we're point past the point of believing i mean ron perlman is advocating peeing in the president's kentucky fried chicken today saw that ron perlman peeing on his own hands to shake hands with democrats yeah what is going on if you missed that he tweeted something about how every time he saw harvey weinstein and weinstein would say you have to be shaking my hand in a photo right hey said so i went to the bathroom and i peed on my own hands like well if you knew what weinstein was up to then why did you call the dang cops man i mean rather than peeing on your hand and advocating that the folks that kentucky fried chicken wiz in the president's buckets does a certain amount of delusion thinking that president trump literally will walk into a kfc i'd like the family bucket please has people who do they yes chris christie to do the kfc yeah he's not going to do it himself that was the whole campaign joke i want to go to mcdonagh where i know that i'm getting some consistency and it's not gonna be him that shows up to get it this is where you don't want to shake hands with a liberal you just don't you never know where the hands of here's a little clip of trump last night talking about jimmy fallon jimmy fallon jimmy the guy screws up my hair going back and forth he was so disappointed to find out it was really good well that's one of the great things i got everybody used to say my hair's phonies my unit i'm wearing a happy anybody here wearing but the one thing they never say that anymore because i've been gordon rainstorms i've been gordon wins that alive sixty miles an hour getting on events not your hand don't run for office don't run for office because the gig would be so jimmy fallon apologized he apologized for humanizer we can you guys because now he's gonna lose all of us and he goes on basically to say jimmy fallon be a man just stand up to people what is the big deal having me on the show my ratings were big you called me you congratulated me but then fallon responded again i probably wouldn't do it like that but this is two years ago we've always wanted to touch trump's hair everybody wanted people wanted to know what is his hair real page i go on and get in there and i'll i'll tell you we've asked him for us he's a reality star in diseased on our show ten times and we always ask me like thanks hair bark at me a different sunday that and so i i messed up and clue it's definitely a real komo very it is unbelievable when beating egg whites so is that the best way to handle it you're jimmy fallon longterm just use got also you david i think you should have just said look and he did earlier in.
Canada just approved marijuana legalization, Trudeau facing mounting pressure to grant mass pardons
"John candy andrea perlman and the other actor or i can never remember his name role in there watching canadian hockey game but there from american right drinking the beer and you know they're there insulting everything about canada while right in there and nobody's paying attention all of a sudden john is john candy says and their beer sucks price everything stops everything stops players come up huge fight bob speaking of canada marijuana will be legal nationwide in canada starting october seventeen the senate gave final passage to the bill to legalise cannabis on tuesday legislation that will make canada only the second country in the world now see women pot legal across the country right it's it's nationwide that that that's interesting point because you know we're doing it piece by piece here but we have these things called the states and sometimes they're they just getting away a progress the other day remember canada you know basically saying we want to you know further enforce our southern border well this is why they knew this was going to go this way in the senate and they understand the surge here's something the government says they won't discuss pardons a pass convictions until legalisation is in effect there's no point in looking at pardons while the old law is in the books said the rime minister edem.
How to watch the NBA Playoffs: Raptors and Wizards get their playoff runs going
"Sports play alex perlman second quarter action of game number one of the two thousand eighteen nba playoffs golden state leading san antonio forty five thirty five four thirteen to go before the break in early thirteen points for kevin durant bill mcgee with eleven and it is a ten point advantage for the warriors over the spurs at five thirty eastern the raptors and wizards get their playoff runs going toronto's at a lot of trouble in game one just one in twelve all time in the first game of a playoff series raptors are the one seed in the east he tangle with the red dots seventy sixers winners of sixteen in a row phillies back in the postseason for the first time since two thousand twelve though they won't have joel embiid the sixers center out tonight with a broken bone in his face tip off set for easter in the nightcap anthony davis lead re pelicans into portland with one thing on their mind everybody here playoff before we know we know the difference intensity level possession was bigger different so we understand that but nothing really everybody's saying but he definitely on the to make sure that now we have a championship mazda tip off between the pelicans and trailblazer said for ten thirty eastern on the ice it is the lightning and the devils they are tied up at one a piece at the end of the first period in tampa avalanche leading the predators there at the first intermission in that game gabriel board malone goal in that one for colorado with them leading nashville at eight eastern the bruins host the maple leafs in the shorts took game one of their series with the ducks but head coach peter deboer is still looking for more from star defenseman brent burns.