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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Started their own cult or they. They helped start a cult. There was like three families in the cult essentially it was catholicism but the major difference is that there should be no pastor. No middleman between. You're god except our cult leader james. That's true that's true but he did it. Humbly of like basically like the messenger of god. I say who's in. Who's out. But i i'm also i'm so flop games yeah all. I'm using a pseudonym from his name because his name is out there and you know people could look at it because there's like a new story and everything but isn't like i'm not catholic but isn't like the whole point of catholic catholicism like a lot of church and a lot of ritual and liturgy and buildings and posts and bishops and saints and essentially all. That's evil the government's evil going to school is evil this way to get the heroine joke physically. Never been to school. You've never been to school. I learned how to read and write as we speak as true. Like table reads. I bomb. table reads all the time. I could barely read. Maybe eighteen was the closest where i can like. Oh i get this. E is a vowel but it was against any no friends so a pete holmes is going to hell and if you talk to him you're sitting nature's gonna be awoken and you're going to corrupt him if that face. Let's get a corrupt you can't we're county face to face from your merge what if you add is it's a big yellow shirt working on it. You couldn't have friends no france school school. What are you doing all day street preaching to concert. You don't have to go on street. Brooke concert yelling hellfire and damnation so the the ideas like the younger kids are more powerful. It is so i was. I was to younger sister. But i was smaller than her. So you get out there. My dad would have a big cross covered in blood. My mom would have a neon sign that was headed for hell no organized religion. No i know school. It's all these like essentially propaganda thing. My other siblings. I five siblings. They would all have signs. And then i would go up to people. Two years old two feet tall. And if you were very receptive okay kid comes up to. You usually pretty shy yet. Your head of hell. Just the most interest catching immediately like well. I'm a christian christians bay. You're going to. You're going to burn in a lake of fire. Oh god so. We did that a lot. I think i saw that on a billboard for american horse. That is a nightmare mode. Yeah i'm so sorry. Yeah yeah this is how this is why. I have the confidence to be on stage. Talk about petty grievances in the industry. What's going to happen to you at already happened. Yeah exactly. I mean the the bombing. It still scares. You be shitting yourself. Does it but the fact of like you're going up. I don't believe in this. I'm a child but you know you're about to ruin someone's day like not only just forget the religion i don't believe in religion now. You've thought about the fact that you're going to die. That's right when you die. You're gonna go to hell. How much ellipticals.
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You made it weird with the homesick. What's happening weirdos. If i if i sound a little haggard. I'm working my first club in so long. This weekend was the brea improv. I want to say thanks to all the weirdos that came out it was a great weekend. If you're hearing this today comes out. There's one more show tonight in In brea up. Tickets at pete holmes dot com. But i really just wanted to say thank everybody who already came out. It was so fun and that is why sound sort of smokey and sultry today. Not that. I've been smoking orse soldiering but because i've been yelling my punch lines there we go there. We go guys this. We made it weird. We have no nanny or babysitter. This week so Val is not here with me for the intro. But she is on the episode and this is a live episode. The i live. We made it weird we've ever done together and they live. We made it weird with a guest. Which is moses storm. And moses is incredible one of the truest talents i've ever met in my life and we knew nothing about his story. And you're about to hear it's about maybe fifty minutes in we start talking to moses. He's the second ninety minutes and he is incredible and we knew nothing of a story and it is really really really something so you guys are in for a treat and we hope you enjoy it and if you want to support the show. There's a lot of fun cool ways to do that. Like the pizza. Like the apollo neuro the apollo neuro. Which i've been wearing all weekend is a wearable tech. That helps your body recover from stress. It not only does that. It helps you wake up. It helps you focus. It helps you fall asleep. It helps you meditate. I mean if he did one of those things. It would be the coolest thing i've ever bought but it does all of those things it can get you into so many different flow states. It's like a wearable hug for the nervous system using touch therapy to help you feel safe and in control. That's that's a fancy way of saying it is. It looks like a wristwatch. You wear on your wrist or on your ankle and it sends vibration into your nervous system using a language that you're nervous system can understand to send the message to your body that you are being held. How cool is that that you're being held so for example this weekend doing the shows when i'm on stage i have it set like like a song. He said it to these different settings to clear and focused. Because i want to be clear and focus so it suits my nervous system and helps me stay clear in focus while i'm on stage and then when i get off stage i put it on rebuild and recover which is a setting that helps. Your nervous system calmed down after like an adrenaline is event or after a workout or after a hike or after.
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"And then there's the king there's kings and he's like nobody under fifty five as a king but some people are princes and what prince consciousness in king conscious princess and queen and whatever whatever is applicable is the the one that encompasses all of them is the one that can see. That is definitely what life goal is. I want to be a king. I wanted not to rule but to find space and loving awareness for all ways of being and then he was one of them is the warrior and one of them is the lover. I i got all of them. There's the king. There's the magician. There's the warrior and there's the lover and we're talking about the. I think joe and people like joe is the warrior and what i'm saying if we take it out of the post-apocalyptic and just be like if we're hunting. Yeah sarah silverman would also choose joe rogan like we and i can access that part of me that again when i'm working out i'm much more inclined because i'm a big workout back a much more inclined to get into a joe rogan place of like dominate yourself. And push yourself and and all the language that these. I watch videos now how to stretch before a run and they're all like sewage can dominate it. So you can get it and then just like berry that and you're like yeah because when you're tired and you wanna give up. It's nice to have that guy's voice or that women's voice in your head it's like i know it sucks but you gotta keep going dude. Yeah song i feel like you would love. Ju i like throw you off the please. But i can't remember who does it. I think it's someone who's friends with my friend melissa. But it's like a punk song and we do it sometimes even an dance class where we like. Punch it out and choruses. Just get you hawks shit together. Get your ships like that. There's they've feels really good. Okay so that is so in line with what i'm saying and joe on instagram. And i appreciate. I really can't find a part of me. That loves these. I'm not just saying that sucks. I'm he has the hashtag tame your inner bitch right. And he uses it when he posts like workout grams. Joe rogan dead yet. And i think it's well meaning meaning it's to get other people to get into a warrior kind of energy of like. I know it sucks but keep pushing. Don't let your weak sided win out by. I understand that the language might be Not completely appropriate but in philosophy. Yes it's getting way okay ahead. What i'm saying is there's a time we need to be able to shift in between these energies and what i can see and this is. This has nothing to do with joe. But i can see people misappropriating that energy into times. When it's not appropriate this brings me to my story and again i say thank you to everybody who came out and val like me saying. Read your poems. I love your poems. You said of course my dumb new exercise enthusiasm came up with the live podcast. And you guys will hear this when it came out. And you'll hear this moment when it comes out val not me decides to kind of lovingly brag about me and goes gap. Pete runs a mile every day. I don't. I don't think that's that impressive. But you out of love said that but then someone laughed and someone laughed like this. They went like that. And i would say in that moment. The tame your inner bitch energy. The joe rogan experience. Energy isn't welcome. Because this isn't the joe rogan experience. This is the pete holmes. Sit down and have a nap. Meaning we need to know when to and again that was just a reflects on that person. I'm not mad at that person. I can't stop playing back because that is my wound is like you try. And then you're mocked by the people that are probably running way more than that and then you just go like so. Why even tried to be in that group. They're just going to shame you anyway. So just eat cheeses cheeses. Don't laugh at you. I know this is very pity party in very sad but like it made me feel that like junior high sort of feeling like you can't win. You're trying to join them in the taming of the internet and even then don't they won't have you and it felt very said so what what i'm trying to say is we need to be nuanced enough to know when it's appropriate to be like leads taymor number and that's the problem with it by the way. Is you post something on instagram. And you're in that jacked upstate. New york tameer intervention. That makes perfect sense to you but people are reading at at eight. Am eight on the can. And they're not in that state and this is sort of the problem is is. We're receiving information from all of these different states and where we're not in those states so so of course we're constantly being offended or constantly be our buttons being pushed triggered. Of course we are. There's so much information coming in. From the millions of different ways a human being can feel and being delivered to you and the chances that your on the treadmill when you're looking at instagram and seeing joe rogan sweating and saying came here is very low So what i'm saying is it's hard to be human. I i mean. I just really like as you were going and going and going back. I i really. I'll do this in real time. Like i really am trying to get in touch with a part of me that can see how. Because i'm sure this is true like somebody will read tame your inner bitch and it'll like make them feel as seen and good as like my dance classes which have the complete opposite energy. Make me feel a. But like before i get into that i do. You want to just say. I want to live in the space of like what that brings up for me. And it's the same thing that it brings up for you. It's like like p. e. trauma of like. I just wasn't it wasn't that i wasn't made for exercise because every person is the way that it was presented to me was like some old man is going to tell you to do like run laps..
Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish
"Seattle City attorney says Mayor Jenny Durkin's text messages disappeared due to a deliberate act not because of an unknown technical issue. Cuomo's Corwin hike reports. It's the latest revelation in the long running controversy. Texts sent to and from Durkin's phone were set to auto delete after 30 days, a condition the mayor has said she was unaware of She told KOMO News in May assume that we were collecting everything it was being kept in archives. Many of the missing texts are believed to contain legally important communications among city officials during the summer 2020 Chop occupation and Police East Precinct sees you should always presume you make things available. The mayor's office said. The messages disappear to due to an unknown technical issue. But city Attorney Pete Holmes tells the Seattle Times that's simply untrue, he says. Quote someone changed the mayor's settings from retain to delete, adding that is a
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Michael tell you what it was. But that's when. I first came out here toothpick because of my work second city i got to be an internet. Ucb tuesday nights clean toilets vaccinate floors tuesday night improviser. She was douglas movies comedy. Death-ray predominantly a musical improv. Group called diamond lion and they were paired with somebody else arguably in my opinion if you want to like get into comedy and that's a night. Yeah you could just sit there from six. Pm everything at night podcasting stand. Stand up some of the best standup i mean festival level standup lineups. Yeah and i watched you do you you. It was probably two thousand and eleven. Two thousand twelve nice. You had just moved there. And i was like man that it's fucking good standings man and i told you outside. I had no context for anything and then later on like i know you and stuff like that was like well. Yeah course chicago. Then i found out and the new york. And i was like of course he was fucking good but you would just walked into the door of my eyes. I and i was like wow. That's great standup. I love that. And i love the. You had the I i don't know if i'm gonna do this on stage but sometimes i'll be on line up. I was on a supernova show or something. they're just added pete holmes and someone who's like never heard of him and it was like this. Is you hearing about me. You seeing my name on the lineup you. I can't tell that. Now if i show you a picture down. Go never heard of him. That's true that's fine. But i just told you yes i bet you have. You've heard you can never know now long no longer. Can you say i haven't. I always loved that thing. He used to say where you were like no other job where people make you prove it where you're like. What do you do on the car. Ride at ruben. Nobody's going to plumbers being like take me to the houses you've worked on. Let me turn these faults at really funny. You said it. I know i'm appreciating. I think it's because they're a god. And i say this with love i really do and i still got my pinky up for the founder. Okay sorry no. It's not even that good. Just want to prove that. I'll remember the people that start standpoint. We were joking on your podcast pen. Pals roy scovill. I haven't. I've had this treadmill. I've been using it every day. For maybe two and a half. This is where it happens is. This is the hamilton the hamilton this the room and maybe good sweat and habe day sure maybe day three of using it. I already was going around being like i'm an exercise guy. Yeah and that's what people do is stand up. They do it three times over six years and they're like i'm a comedian. And that's where you get proven culture. 'cause everybody's got and you know what sometimes it's not even them like my parents were just in town. He likes and i went to their hotel. And there's always some older couple tying them in my parents ring the bell saying something. Nice about my folks. They love bragging about me. It's very sweet. Of course i come in. And they're bragging about me data now. We never seen crash town. That's and there's another older couple and they're going like we have a friend. Who's a comedian. Bobby linguini and then like poor. Bobby linguini right. Might not even identify as a comedian. Right he was in a movie. That was a comedy and they call him a comedian. Sure you get proven culture. Not just comedians false representing comedians but other people imposing other people with the label comedian when really comedian. Means you do stand up in nightclubs. Right right yeah. Unless you're putting a word like youtube in front of that we'd find comedian. It's fine different from a comedian. Who cares where we really in that territory. Podcast split we split it right split. What comic comedian. I don't like comic. I may comedy. Unless i'm with a bunch of comics. And i'm like yeah mccalla i find it too. 'cause you right you asked of course comedian. Three hundred it'd be a comedian but if you don't do any of those things are just a comic if you just do stand up comic okay right. Yes i'm telling you and it's not bad. No because comic is always said with pride. Hundred is a lot of people. Nobody says he's a comedian comedian. That's right dave. He's a comic comic. And david tells a comic and he'll acting things but you can feel the come on comic comic. Even though i think he's great he was great. Great great on crash down and really sweet. Yeah and he'd give him a tag and do it. Not just because it was your show because other people giving him tags i'd give him tax people get like work. Shopping rose johnson stuff. It was really fun. Now we're just talking are in the founder. He plays his little motivational record. At the beginning they go. There's no greater cliche than wasted talent or something like that. It just talking about like it's like It's overdone to death. The most talented guy you know. I don't even know i've always. I've said this a million times. I'm the third funniest person in my group of friends. Because they didn't have the wound right. You know what i mean. Yeah that's what's getting. They didn't have the delusion they didn't have the delusion because on some on some level and you'll see with people who are working out some angry things already in the captain america chamber and one of the vials sh and i started screaming. Has the word delusion on it and the other vile gosh. Send them screaming even louder and it goes wound. That's what you need to be There's something about that. I mean we're so naval right now but there's something about you air oranges. Maybe that is like no no no. I'm the one who gets to talk. Yeah that's right and that's just delusion my friend thomas who was healthy if you if it if it proves to be true but on some level like somebody looked at robert deniro was like you really going to move to new york and do it now. I know he's from new york. But i'm still saying like you. Bay really gonna manhattan. Do you really below fifteenth street. And who think they think they're going to respect you down there like he was delusional doubted deniro and by the way deniro was delusion. Of course he has kenny. What you think about this all the time. So there's that guy in the movie fury which you told me to watch the other guy in the movie that's like He plays the punisher baron. So i'm burnt though okay..
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"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Out. Someone comes and takes a huge pinko his guests. That's his wife fishbowl. Tony van it. Just looks in there and then jane i watched this whole thing go down. He not her. She nods to him and smiles and they walk off into the night. We were like how crazy would it have been again this ninety-six pre internet pre one. Sure film nobody can do anything. If tony bennett walks into the park. Meridian walks up on the stage. Picks up the microphone and just sings the end of the song just the end of the song. If he just think that gives the microphone back he gives standing and then he'd go out in every single person who was in there which was probably like twelve with would have the greatest story for the rest of their life. This is how bill murray lives the same brain. Going there to the french fries will ever be so it just to us. We're like we can't believe that the that that's true to that level you can just bestow joy on further. You're giving them the story. No one's upset because we all still deal with like they wouldn't know who i am. They would know the corporate in Maui and they were like we're putting you at this other town. We don't want anyone to see. Actually surprise and i was like I.
"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"In. The hunts kids got damaged. Hbo's crashes there was one stunt man that was six six three or something or not people toll man's game danger isn't a tall game. Send in the giraffe. No oh there's a flaming plywood. We need someone to jump through it on a motorcycle. Small gossip that's does his own stunts. He's down there anyway. Down there some rolling way down there. Hang onto that plane leads right. How hard is it for you to hold onto a players. you're concerned everyone's coming out of a volcano. Anyway i'm only onto a plane wing. That plane is airborne for five minutes before my feet. Leaping alcs hotel is ena taxi in a different time. Zone speeders still at the store smaller. W sweet deeds d. s it's every air dried and enjoy lovely. I knew headline. He's been asking walmart to pick up trash. I love the vagueness of it says it's from the sun jearl new mexico or maybe arizona dan. They could've started this article with. He's doing it again Who who is doing it again. He's talking to who what where. Why when and how. Yes you had an extra one who what. Why where when and now who. What where through. I don't think it's why. I think it's who. What where when and how. I don't think it's a quiet is why is in there. There's no how and that house you're wrong. Reading writing and written by the three rs rep woman who said he's been asking managers at walmart in mexico and oxford to clean up trash behind. Their stores was ordered to leave the mexico property after employees. Saw him picking up trash next to the andrus coggin river so guy. So why would you clean up right. Why would you call the cops on you. Don't go don't call again. You call a guy who's littering you don't call. It is picking up trash guy. That's taking bullets out of a person putting them in a gun. That's right that's a good guy that guy's name. I'm talking about tony bennett. Who i guarantee is not the bennett. We know love. Tony bennett story right. We talked to our tony vigneault so janai our new york. This is when we're living in new york in nineteen ninety five just or ninety six. We just finished doing hit. Skip intro kidding funny me. Perhaps if it felt with somebody's doing that is i look off to no one. Go check the long conversation on on. You made it weird where we were like check. Please is one of the funniest jokes of all time. Yeah the yes sorry. Love it serena york kids to that story and so jane. We learned hebrew. There's the hebrew word for check. Please heche boned of acacia. So bonus cash shots. You'd be in a conversation with like. Hey do a year hush So so we're in new york and we just come up from doing a set of comedy came up to where we were living in midtown manhattan. We were living at fifty fifth and broadway and we were there so horrible. Such a wonderful hustlers. Love this right by the ed sullivan theater. Like block storable. We come on and there was you come out at like fifty seventh in six. Yeah and you're walking about the parker meridien hotel and in the park meridian. There was a karaoke bar down below at the time. And we're like we walk by. And i don't know why were watching it but we like we walk by and someone singing. I left my heart in san francisco. Tony just saying it. It's a piano bar. I was playing like regular people. Regular people are seeing by gets title to panama. We turn to our right and who is walking down the street with like a young hot woman on his arm tony bennett. He's on a segway. Speaking of let me go to different direction and he walks up to the window and watches. The person saying i left my his song any turns to his latest his guest and said let's call it what she was out. Someone comes and takes a huge pinko his guests. That's his wife.
"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Like people go off to the side. Says it was real guys. Involved was baptized at a mikva. Jewish baptism is a is a death ritual surrounding. Yes you're point again so you're born supposed to be scary but isn't that based on. This is the accused difference between judaism and christianity. Which is christianity. Believes that you were born into sin and so you have to drown out you wash away and judaism's like you haven't done anything yet. You wilson probably someday but you're a blank slate when you come in that's interesting that's a major difference in the philosophy going back one hundred percent with what you're basically saying and i there's no disagreeing no i agree. There are also very grew. Their levels also christians is a lot more recruiting involved. The i did my podcast and watch his. He has a very funny bit about how jewish people don't want to recruit. There's some post to when you try to convert to judaism the three third time. They accept you and you work for a year this to learn. Sure got rachel. I think maybe just judy out judy. Josh and rachel will they. Won't they was a whole thing. I'm gonna be embarrassed. It's probably not josh. It's probably jacob too many days. And then jesus chose often sorta ends every jesus so you were a bowler. Just bring it. All the way back is the show. Can we say what it is and when it is. The working title of small would because it's loosely based people saw photos of me in the pilot and they were like that's not as smallholders ball and like guys buckle up for disappointment exactly able to bowl like a real master actually has a pretty unique style. I just do it like right actor doing right right. He doesn't like a professional bowler But like danny mcbride in In the in my waist phases in eastbound and down What's he not very going baseball. He's not a baseball player. But it didn't matter because you like others the comedy lots of bowling close ups of me bowling right if there's ever an episode that hinges on me like looking great bowling. I don't know who will be in or to stand in. The hunts kids.
"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Of ham and they're not doing anything. sure I really loved the experience. I love the the best thing about it was that it wasn't my show everything i've done up until this point it's something that i created a wonderful talented writer named mark gross wrote this as i mentioned. David hollander is one of the producers. Says really great team. And i just show up and i don't mind having a big flabby mouth about this when i was on. Hbo crashers i would look at the people that were just there to act and i waited own show sure you mispronounced eighty os crashers great. Good good yeah crashing. Hbo mix mass. Or i should say on hbo matches. When i i'd look at the other actors with the most intense jealousy i've ever felt in my life because they're so free free right. Were always having fun. You were worried for sitting. I'm literally like moving people off their marks. I'm thinking about the kite assurance shut that i'm a fancy special boy. Anybody that's running a show finished product is on your xylene. You're gonna cut this scene right. Don't waste of happens the day fountain. Yeah we're going to have to move the you're also thinking about the things that are happening next week when this actor is off the show. That's right that's right. It's so the difference driving your family to disneyland getting going to just got to go to disneyland so not pretending to be happy for it. I'm happy to do. So bob odenkirk. I'll never forget this. We saw him when he was just started. Better call just started arraigned bad. So we were doing cabaret and we're in this like it was downtown and we're like in this broom closet with him. We're like what's going on. What are you up to. And we didn't even know he's like i just started doing this show. I started acting on this show. It's not my show you know. Similarly everything is done. I loved just showing up. Do leaving cavern on cabernet But showing up and doing my thing. He's like my only fear is that i'm not good enough right. That is so crazy imposter syndrome. Of like if i was in a scene in crashing or didn't feel great about it. That'd be like what i wrote it. Everybody can kiss my ass. Because i wrote that brought you stink you you just feel you had one job right actor but it was. It was really. I don't wanna say was easy but like if you learn your lines and if you can like handle if you like acting it really is a dream gig really great the joy of knowing your lines and then being able to play. I know your stuff so well that like you go in the near like okay. Now i can actually be really president and i can just enjoy not having your lines like to know what you're doing so well. We're like nerd. Comedians where where people that read books and stuff until after college. That's true you read the bible. But i read the bible before college. Boys thank Either boys list are. You chose not to your chosen chosen by god christian. Jesus christ in the real. God not are from five thousand years ago you gotta re up that jews new coke get it. Oh my god we'd be gonna taste test but if you had to finish the game you're go not massive class. Not deep in a built in like glass-walled swimming pool in the side of a church walk.
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Because you wouldn't want to play a game that goes for right so there's actually a relief right every day sandwich put on my one day. One day won't be all this. Yeah it gives us. You broke the whole system. Yeah you don't wanna play. You wouldn't put your quarter. This is duncan trussell. You wouldn't put your quarter in the machine at the arcade that you had to play the game forever. You're like. I could do josh radnor for ninety seven years right. Thank you for your next long. I love it. It's also what richardson stem. Cells in your late fifties. So many injections i love Another richie thing is Every prayerful person saint guru who gave up everything for god always meets a lover not a dictator. I love it like underneath at all. It's like that's what keeps me coming back to like the mysterious momentum thing is it feels underneath it all that there's a benevolence to it that's right and that that at the end of it we will be embraced and celebrated. That's right like an. And i mean even the people we want to call horrible also now the ramayana. The bad guy at the end is revealed to be the good guy in a different mass. Totally where he thanks him for playing the villain so well. That's right you know. And there's a children's book. i'm forgetting the name of it faulk. Somebody sent it to me a weirdo. Send it to me. it's fuck anyway. It's like something heaven and it's little souls in heaven and there's little souls like wants to know god and god's like well i'll give you a life and as i will how will i know god. Well you can forgive and you can love. And he's like. But who will i forgive and another soul comes and goes i will go with you and i'll hurt you so you can forget i'm going to cry. I really gives me. Chills gives me on my face feels cushion and so the souls are conspiring so you can forgive someone. I'll go with you and pretend to be. That's why are your enemy. That's why our love relationships mirror our parents That's why your children remind you of your parents. Wow you know what. I mean like you get back in these energetic dynamics that were so wounding more. Maybe not you know whatever level it is so we can. We can say like. Oh i wanna have an opportunity to forgive this. That's right you know. I so around us one of the things he said i was like what about this. They're listless and he's like well. I'm working off this karma with them. And i'm working on them and that means even me in that visit. I might have been some odd cousin because again working off my cousin karma with you eating some unresolved something that he hasn't yet forgiven. Yeah we'll visit him as another person even as i'm talking to you. Maybe you knew some chatty interrupt wet left-wing needed to forgive and you didn't know so the universe goes like we'll send you pete holmes right you'll have solutions to lie on the couch on top of each other and working out and dave style. I'm taking these pants off. Jay the new joke. Everybody does do big bag Let's talk. I feel like the first time he did the pod. We talked for a long time and then at the end. You told me that you had done iowa guy. I feel like we talked about that off. Microphone oh maybe i think some of it was of it was maybe whenever i would email you text you i was. I didn't get right back to me. You really you know. I was like he's probably buried in the dirt like No i never did the iowa. Skip things where they bury you. Just you know it's not would not be my jam. I think that's the point yellen. That sounds fun. Yeah yeah i would. I would not be doing that. You know right around the time we talked..
"pete holmes" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"Comedy. Cookbook it's coming so you said we're in virtual reality suits which is great round us that it was like we're in space suits like our bodies our space suits that we can survive in this environment and then we get so good at controlling them that we start identify with them and then we lose interest in the truth or a bigger perspective. Or whatever zooming out because we're only all wherever saying if you turn the subtitles on is like Who i think i am. Do you see this. And then the other person goes yes. This is who i think i am. Dc this so we're just telling each other we ever costumes on straight but it's really fun to have these conversations. That's actually a great way to ask. You can actually senate. Is your costume on straight. It's really rate way. Instead of how are you. I love that two months straight. Yeah that's all. Yeah that's right so it's really nice to take our costumes often and talk a little bit here up. Yeah i love it. I love it. I'm i really appreciate you doing this. And i and. I love hearing this stuff. God i could talk about this for a long time. And i'll tell you something if i didn't have a kovic shot the other day and i didn't feel like i was in a nuclear submarine. You would see a whole different costume for me. Right now Because i honest to god. I had a reaction that i don't even know what it is but i'm happy to. I'm happy to be here and i'm saying pete i swear to god yes thank you. I will remember that this has been intellectual. Journey left the essential the essential variety show. I'd like to hear that. I'd like to see that. Okay mental health comedy. Podcast find this. Wherever you get your podcast please subscribe. Keep listening to pete. Holmes podcast. You made it. We're now we made it weird with his wife vow and best to you and your family. And i cannot thank you enough for doing this by pleasure. Nice hearing from the a nice to meet you jennifer. Nice meeting you too sincere pleasure. We'll be back next time. Keep coming back at work. If you work. i'm ed crasnick for jennifer kalari and pete holmes. We'll see you next time..
Judge dismisses lawsuit that sought to block hazard pay for Seattle grocery workers
"Today. Federal judge threw out a lawsuit seeking to block hazard pay for seattle grocery workers. Seattle city attorney. Pete holmes is calling it a win for the city and those employees k. u. o. w. amy radel reports seattle's ordinance requires four dollars an hour in hazard pay for grocery workers during the pandemic in their federal lawsuit. The northwest grocery association and washington. Food industry association said. The ordinance was unconstitutional for singling out. Just one group of employees. They also said it was preempted by federal labor laws but u s district judge. John kuhn our said cities do have the power to enact minimum labour standards. He cited seattle's findings that supermarkets have earned record breaking profits during the pandemic and that grocery workers have a higher risk of contracting covid than the public at large buren. King county have also passed hazard pay requirements the grocery store chain. Qafac says it will close to stores in seattle partly in response to the law. Amy radel k. u. o. w. news.
Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests
"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last
One on one with Seattle's interim police chief
"The Seattle City Council is considering yet another budget cut to the Seattle Police Department a move that I suppose we should not find surprising. It's a preemptive cut of over dollars. This, of course, on top of what was previously cut, and of course, it has implications. Joining me on the line is interim police chief Adrian Diaz. Ideas. Welcome back to the show. Welcome. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate you taking the time. So what is the $5.4 Million cut mean in terms of public safety? Yeah. You know, we have had, you know some cuts last year. At the end of their session, Another $2 million and some of the other additional cuts that they have This 5.4 million is just One of those things that we're trying to just kind of stabilize our efforts and our hiring efforts. We have some other crude costs that come up. We have You know, we've had a lot of people leave our department. So we had to pay additional money out in separation pay. We've had people because we have Ah, younger workforce, eh? So we've had people that go out on pay parental leave. And so this is some of that money that you know can you know, cover those costs, But we've also had, you know, we really tried to focus our efforts because we've lost a lot of sworn officers. Hiring additional civilian positions that conduce you of riot different works from CSOs, our community service officers, crime prevention coordinators. And you know that you know another additional cut with a lot wouldn't Wouldn't allow us to be able to hire for some of those civilian positions that are so desperately needed. So they've also effectively cut your overtime budget. So how does that work? Because you've got a dwindling for she lost What? 197 police officers last year I'm told that the numbers are still going down. You lost about 20 this month. I don't know if that's been confirmed yet, but you know you've had to use over time as a result of that, of course. Also you had a lot of instances of unrest that you were staffing. So what exactly is the plan this year? Yeah. You know, we've we've actually had to make some obviously some some adjustments. You know, when I moved 100 officers back into patrol we created during that same time we created a community response group. That has been able to handle 911 calls but also be able to, you know, work and deal with the demonstrations, some that direct action that has been occurring for the last several months. And that has helped us out immensely having a group or squad or units that are able to, um Be able to respond to that direct action that is actually limit that's actually pared down some of our overtime. But as we see more people leave the department. You do have to figure out ways that you can have personnel, you know, sure that up, and that means that you know if we have this level of direct action occurring, you know, luckily not on a nightly basis, but it's been enough. Where it impacts our ability to go out and do proactive public safety on destroying to recover guns off the street because we've had an all time high when it came to about an all time high, but 28 year high Yes. You know, we've tracked. You know our shots fired. Going up are you know homicides going up and so we've got to figure out how do we get? Our resource is back into just doing police work so we can Get some of these guns off the street when part of the issue is and you know you made a point to discuss this over the weekend is you'll make arrest. Your officers will make arrest and then nothing really happens. And so you kind of got a little bit of Ah, potential fight brewing with Pete Holmes, Seattle City attorney. You announced this new policy that he will actually prosecute the vandalism by some of these anti for groups and other agitators. His office has since come out and said, there's no new policy. It sounds like someone's playing a game of semantics here. So what was your conversation with him like between inauguration night violence that that broke out which you indicated? That's when the conversations started to happen? At least and your press conference? What was the conversation? So you know, I'm not going to speak for homes. What I can say is that e think we can all agree that the actions of the direct direct action of these groups that have you know Been breaking windows and created property damage and assaulting, you know, people, there's no tolerance for it. Um And I do think that you know Pete Holmes had mentioned they not gonna prosecute peaceful protesters. We don't arrest people protest. Yeah, Exact. That is not what our focus is. You know, our focus is literally trying to make sure that people that are committed to property damage. Uh, that we address those issues, you know, right away, and and so you know, and we've we've taken you know some different approaches over the last several Uh, months to try and reduce the confrontation between our officers Because direct action. People are looking for that confrontation. And so you know, we've we've taken a different stands on it. And actually Wednesday, the Wednesday case on Inauguration day he did charge and so I'm grateful for that. We have to put good cases you know, together and making sure that officers when they do arrest somebody. They have all the elements of the crime and and I will keep on pushing that our officers need to go out and do their job and making arrests in and try to Fine cases. And then I'll work with Pete Holmes on a case by case basis of making sure people are held
Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible
"Protests were held in downtown Seattle today. Only a couple dozen people showed up. Things remain peaceful. But if that ever changes, police chief Adrian DEA says. This time, it'll be different. We looked at up into early December we made close to 600 arrests. And write different demonstrations, and many of the misdemeanors hadn't been prosecuted. But you know now we have the city attorney's office is willing to work with us. Lack of prosecution from the Office of City Attorney Pete Holmes has been one of the main criticisms of how Seattle has handled the protests.
3 Cities Designated As 'Anarchist' Filing Lawsuit Against Trump Administration
"Designated Seattle, Portland and New York as quote anarchist jurisdictions. Now the cities are suing the Trump administration over it. Camo Super Marrow reports, The city's filed a federal lawsuit challenging an order from President Trump to withhold federal money from so called anarchist jurisdictions identified by the Department of Justice as cities that quote, permit violence and destruction. The designation, which the city say is unlawful came after six blocks of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood were occupied by protesters this past summer. City Attorney Pete Holmes says the attempt to strip Seattle of funding comes on top of a quote bungled federal response to covert 19. Seattle has more than $236 million in federal grants in its current city budget. See Romero come on use the Seattle
Seattle police oversight to continue after 14,000 Floyd protest complaints
"Just last month city of Seattle had submitted the paperwork to end the federal oversight of the police department under a consent decree this afternoon city attorney Pete Holmes announced he's changing course in the S. P. D. will remain under federal oversight for now you're right that they he made the decision after seeing more than fourteen thousand complaints lodged with the office of professional accountability of the response of the SPD during the recent
"pete holmes" Discussed on KOMO
"Jointly by city attorney Pete Holmes and they had a public defense in either Khandelwal normally adversaries in court it accuses McKenna of judicial misconduct in the Calder on sensing saying your just regarding your duty to act with impartiality and integrity and asked him to step down as presiding judge what followed was a flurry of affidavits of prejudice filed against mechanic is the one shot each defendant can take to prevent a specific judge from hearing their case no reasons need to be given in January when judge McKenna rendered his verdict public defenders file twenty four affidavits against him compared to nineteen for the other six judges in the court combined in April the letter came out the number shot up to sixty eight the following month it was a hundred and twenty eight affidavits against them compared to fifteen for all the other judges to continue throughout the summer until August when there was a sharp drop off is remain the same ever since it was August when we started asking questions we email questions to Anita Khandelwal oppressed person declined our interview request saying they need a cannot nor does not try to influence an attorney's legal strategy I think the timing is highly suspect again my decision making as a judge hasn't changed in an effort to clear his name judge McKenna filed a judicial complaint against himself it was cleared of any wrongdoing why the affidavits against me ended once an inquiry was made to have to ask the attorneys we tried emailing all twenty three defense attorneys that filed affidavits including.
"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week
"This week's theme is dinner conversations with Comedians. The curator's are Andrew Steven and Dan odd hoot. What a hoot. Here's why Andrew and Dan chose this theme. What does the food you eat? Say about you. Have you ever been surprised about something you found in your friends? Fridge does the ratio of takeout containers to homemade meals. Say something about who you are. There might be more truth to the saying. You are what you eat than we ever thought before. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Dan. Andrew. Monday's episode comes to us from green eggs and Dan and is called Ego Modine. It's sixty five minutes long in this episode ego. No deem from Saturday night live and Dan discussed the food habits of a certain late night. Tv show who has the best Jolliffe Rice gones are Nigerians and also what the Hell is? Joel Rice Tuesday's episode comes from dining with D. N. K. and is called Pete Holmes and Becky. Rims it's ninety seven minutes long in this episode Pete. Holmes comes on the show to talk over. Everyone and becky reams comes to the rescue to cook more food. Wednesday's episode comes from the sport full and is called Asaf Man. V is a human tour. Ducan it's twenty one minutes long. The former daily show correspondent talks food and his trip identity Indian British American. Us off man. V is not a fan of American food excess except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own try cultural upbringing. He talks about making sense of his dueling identities his love of peanut butter and the fight he had with his father over a big gulp catch his new podcast loss at the Smithsonian from stitcher Thursday's episode comes from Doboy and is called. Pf changs to with Kula villa sack. It's one hundred sixteen minutes long in this episode. The incredible cool APP returns to the show to discuss her history with. Pf changs an American Chinese theme chain restaurants. Plus a gooey edition of snack or wack. Friday's episode comes to us from high and mighty and is called the fifth annual Thanksgiving Eve Power Hour with Nick Wider Nicole buyer and Betsy storrow. It's eighty four minutes long as you listen to this episode John Gabbert and his guests. Nick Betsy Nicole are still sleeping off their hangovers. So crack open a beer. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Dan. Andrew for this week's theme dinner conversations with Comedians. Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just Jason Dot Com and type in conversations with comedians into the search bar. And the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy. Dinner is usually the section of the podcast where we share. Podcasts NEWS. From the inside podcasting newsletter. This week we're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. Pillsbury's right up of last Friday's PODCAST UPFRONT PRESENTATION. Which took place in La? I was there and I sent. My hot takes as well as my lukewarm takes to sky. She then wrote about them and now here. I am telling you to go read them. I was also at podcasts movement. Evolutions this past week in Los Angeles and it was a great time. There were tons of informative sessions. Fun giveaways an amazing networking opportunities. Look forward to some write ups this coming week and I'll definitely recap them in the podcast next episode and I solely pillow. Don't tell Danner jared the founders podcast movement. Were you at podcast movement. Are you listening to this? Podcast for the first time since you saw me onstage. Welcome to the Party. Now onto our sponsors. Thank you to Cyrus Media and a cast for sponsoring this week's show from Siris. You know that music isn't just background noise. It shapes your world and your life Cyrus media a network run by music fans for music fans gets this to o Cyrus creates podcasts and experiences that connect you deeply to the music that you love for shows hosted by your favorite artists to inside stories behind festivals historic concerts and the companies and communities that bring music to life visit. Oh Cyrus pod DOT COM to tune in and share the group. That's Oh S. I. R. I S. pod Dot Com and from the score. Bank robber. Diaries tells the tale of notorious criminal. Joe Loya Follow. His story from abused child to King of the heist with producer. Ben Adere in the first show from studios a original content arm and western sound. Listen wherever you got your
State Court of Appeals hears arguments in case of man who lived in a truck the city of Seattle towed
"The city of Seattle toll of vehicle if that vehicle is also your home a Seattle man whose truck was impounded initially won that fight in court but now the city has appealed the ruling couples Patrick Quinn has more on what's at stake for car campers the king county court of appeal Stephen long sat and listened it's been two years since his truck his home was told he's been twenty one days on the street now is challenging the city and the courts have ruled in his favor so far we were the only camera in the appeals court room one one judge challenge longs lawyers who stressed it was unconstitutional for the city to tow an impound his home can put their homes in any faith so long as it's not impeding nice safety issue and leave it there and the city cannot tell it that's your position if they are homeless and they have no other place to go they cannot hole with away to a yard and lock it up for you can't get shelter so we took this claim to city attorney Pete Holmes who stressed the sympathetic to Kerr campers but but said said of of this this ruling ruling stands stands the the city city will will be be hindered hindered and and our our addresses addresses parking parking violators violators and and how how it it responds responds to to homelessness homelessness it's it's not not illegal illegal to to park park on the on the streets and sleep in your car but at the same time we do have parking rules we do have a string interference rules we have all of these are the rules that that help us to at least manage this problem for long and his lawyers the case will improve protections for car campers changing decision in terms of how the city addresses falling off people's home this vehicle homes leaving them because they can't three or four different parts of the constitution
"pete holmes" Discussed on Exvangelical
"<music> hello and welcome exponential. I'm your host Blake chesting. It's been awhile. I'm glad to be back. I've got a really wonderful episode for today because my guess this week is Pete Holmes now if you're listening to this show odds odds. Are you know who pitas already. He's an actor comedian and author. He's talked about his evangelical upbringing and spiritual path through all of his work that includes his standup his podcast. You made a weird his H._B._O.. Show crashing and most recently has memoir comedy sex God. I was really really thankful to be able.
"pete holmes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Oh, one for the kids, the kids kids, even money, your you. You're the kid. How horrifying? Okay. Fund show, Sam amick, John crock. Matt Miller Pete Holmes. I've been told it it's not our less show. As a matter of fact, we have some very good news on all of that front to let you know about hopefully short order tomorrow show. Here's a card there. It is. Yeah. Four more fun guests, we a- Daniel, Jeremiah phones in from Indianapolis. Bryner lacquer phones. And he wants to talk about some business thing that he's doing air. I mean, I don't know. Do I tell them just for you know, what's giggles, I'm interested in restoring you got one thousand. Yeah. Tim from deal Braga two for one cheese me. Forget about you. I think we dangled a carrot see what up and then to in studio guests Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers will be here, which means he will step outside to help us time forty yard dashes of AT and T employees who have the guts to run. Some guy exploded his suit jacket last year. And we got a guy from the good doctor who will be here. Even though he doesn't play. I don't think he really knows much medical stuff. Richard Schiff from the west wing back in the day and the good doctor on ABC dollars a Hugh ballers, right? He's a huge baseball fan. Huge. So maybe it would be fitting. If only Brian Bryce Harper doesn't facts on tomorrow. We'll keep an eye on all of that NFL dot com slash run..
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Like, if the reason you are working because they are a call them. I call I've started calling comics like that they're partially on the plate. They don't affect the palate of the rest of the show. Right. Meaning like, they're not going to go out there shift is gonna piss off Pete Holmes crowd. Right. They're just going to go out there. They'll do comedy do comedy. They'll be done. They'll do the announcements bring pronounce people's names correctly. Right. We're gonna and so it was like I can do that. Well, you can do these sets now. And then I kept doing no did you explicitly tell them that. We like do that at a certain point out of simple when I kept asking the hose, and they kept saying, no. But I can I can be that bad. Like, I said that really. Yeah. Yeah. And and you know, I can be that can be book title and bone Rivas to. And that's that's what I always told comics who seems like they see me at the club. And we're how'd you get in Mike just go to an open mic and see how bad people and then be like, I can be that bad. That's that's I think that is the most essential. That's what if somebody says one B's advice, I go going on over when I don't even sign up just watch. Yeah. You will go I can do that. I can do that. Yeah. You would be insane. My mom would go. I can do that. Yeah. Because what you can do can do you can be that that number whether or not you can be great remains to be seen. But you don't you don't even know you don't know what gear you're going to click in when the adrenaline of an audience is there. And you get that laugh and you find your rhythm and all that stuff at all. You don't know yourself at all hit you with a wet towel. Not even back when a hey you. A heavy towel put in the freezer. I. And then so I moved back from Chicago. And I came back, and so my okay, I can start working at the club. But I was getting just any date. They gave me. So I was working with comics who like who are you? Okay. Cool. Isn't that a weird feeling yet? It's a whole phenomenon of headliners you're like what or who had line who have very specific pitches for their merge that you need to remember. Hell, yeah. I get in trouble for doing the pitch wrong. You didn't bring the thing up. You're supposed to hold this. The most say that or getting the I still remember as a host getting intros wrong or they bring like sometimes bring their boyfriends and girlfriends, and you'd be watching as the burning ember of beginning comment, watching some nepotism..
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It's just not for me. I'm holding my baby. So here it is what we're talking. I'm holding my baby. And my Ma puts a hand like here, and I just go, and you know, what people listening you wanna save money on therapy. Just listen to this. Because this is what it is it take. And this is all therapy is is someone convincing you that you can say it will be okay. And you can say what I said. Which is I'm not comfortable with that. That's all it is somebody going that. That's fine. So that's therapy. Yes. That's okay. That's okay. Tell them back to not to say this is your boundary. But isn't that how you feel? Yeah. But you'll probably yeah. But it's okay to tell her. But then she'll say, well, that's how she feels and you can negotiate and talk about that. It's fine. So all of their somebody calmly sitting there going like, it's okay to love yourself. It's okay. To have a boundary. She she doesn't mean anything by it doesn't matter. How does it? Make you crazy cook we are so battered shut as humans that like feeling can I I'm going to read you poem Baathism. Are you ready for this battered shut made me think about? Oh. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Can I fit while going? I do not know because you're not gonna forget because you look it up hit me. She said he's hits here music. I would love that. I love me. I would love that. I'm wicked guy said a couple on my house and say Alexa, resume and your fucking album comes on. I say Alexa, who is Matt Nathanson. And then it says my Wikipedia page back. Then I'm like I've done. I've never done the play Pete Holmes. Just to see what it does. Really? Oh, sure. They my wife just told me, I think it at the other day said data. She said Alexa, who is met and it talked. She goes sometimes we do this for fun. Larry god. And then what's weird is she'll grow up thinking that all kids to that? Good. What's your dad file not found? Oh shit. Doesn't exist on the internet anyway, hand on leg. I m. In hand. And I'm holding the baby. So it's all talk about full circle. We're in the circle of fullness. And I I love to say I'm not comfortable with the touching. And I sort of suggest maybe over here. You wanna touch my shoulder? You want to you know, whatever there's there's areas you can touch, but I don't like this one. And she goes. Leila's right there. She goes one day. Leila's gonna tell you to stop touching her. And I go math. I don't karma. My if my daughter ever tells me that I'm touching her. And it's making uncomfortable. I will I'm going to cry. Don't get any media. I've never cried on my own podcast. So you have any idea how quickly I'll stop touching her. Yeah. All right, read, the poem no-bid. That's the thing. Get touched you sort of touch. Joint situation available. Not. So I actually am. I don't have a lot of physical boundaries. I had fans touching. Yes. Okay. I'm gonna read this to you. That says you do not have to be good. You did not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles to the desert repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body. Love what it loves tell me about despair yours, and I'll tell you about mine. Meanwhile, the world goes on meanwhile, the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain are moving across the landscapes over the prairies and the deep trees the mountains and the rivers. Meanwhile, the wild geese high in the clean blue air are heading home. Again, whoever you are no matter how lonely the.
"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Maroni? Marrone? I like had this revelation Smith that was something like. Like have like, you may have as many wives as you want and your wife must stop nagging like it was like. Good. But I mean, I feel like I. He that's exactly what it was like it's in that. What's the guy's name is Jon Krakauer, whatever book about Mormonism? It's really great. He's the guy wrote into the wild. And all that. But I mean, I think Mormonism is like a really beautiful religion that went through a really distorted lens of this guy. Joe Smith who had like a huge ego. Like, I think that there was real revelation and beautiful stuff. They're just went through ego in a way that. You know, the the lesson is for every three steps for every step of a call knowledge. You gain take three steps refunding personality. So like someone who's not refining the personality, you know, hate the same. But there's a room. Comes around as he talks about. People that have revel that's a sexual thing that you say. It's actually in be here. Now, he talks about people achieve the kingdom of God came from having the Lightman, whatever you want to say, but they bring their egos with them. And they're like, it's very funny actually far out me. Pete Holmes is in light. That's when you get psychosis. That's where you get insanity. Like you need to leave it behind. It's supposed to burn up in the journey almost like in the atmosphere. You're supposed to dissolve. And then you're nobody when you're there. You can't be like look at me at the right hand of God. Like that where crazy people come. Yeah. You know, like, I resist this word supposed to or should or whatever. Because as he says, you know, we've got a lot of lifetimes, and you get to do what you want with this one to doing what you're gonna do. Right. Exactly doing what you're gonna do. Yeah. You're exactly where you're supposed to be. And that's true. And that's that. This can you. Well, beautiful stuff free podcast. What is the hardest time you've left, you know, the highest time I've laughed the time you've left. To take pressure off of you, though. Yes. This seems hard question for people to answer. It is a hard question. Sometimes people some of the more clever. Guests turn it back on me. And I'm always troubled hard. It is to think of a new one. I have my stock answer. But like valenite sure do I'd get Vallon here. And she could answer for me. Like, I said, I've been smoking pot and that's been making laugh so hard. I was so stressed. I was working on all these different things. And I've been doing very little I've been playing rented smoking pot. Yeah. It's been pretty therapeutic and nice. I do have to stop doing it though. I'm starting to feel calm laughing you as the problem in. But you usually fart is involved or not being allowed to laugh is in good one. There have to be porn set ones. I mean like worn bloopers. Yeah. Those are fun but a lotta times physically exhausted. So it's just no matter like track bloopers. Writings I skate videos where people phone. But maybe you were a kid. Yes. So one thing I do. Remember is my mom wants made this face. And it was it was like ever, see, right. Exactly us face. That was like like if you magin like a goat that was so horribly ugly that it would like it could scare you to death. That's the face my mom made. She can toward it or face in this bizarre way and my sister, and I started laughing, and we're laughing so hard and she just held the face. She did not move. She did not laugh, and we just like laughing so hard, and she wouldn't stop. So she sustaining this for like, three minutes, and we're like crying and my sister's like, I can't breathe and my mom said again somehow without moving her lips. She went that's part of it. Harder harder and harder. So that that's the time. I remember. The greatest trying kill us with his look. Wow. Will enjoy what is the name of your podcast? It's called against everyone with Connor ABI against everyone. Yes, right. I love it. Yeah. And anything else you wanna plug? I mean, you're such a delight. Thank you. Well, I have a patriot and knots my only regular paycheck. So it's patriot dot com for its lash Connor ABI, that's wonderful..
The local, national, and global fight over 5G infrastructure
"The. The fight over five g. infrastructure is about the digital divide corporate handouts city, and state's rights and China. So basically hot mess from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying. The digital economy I'm Ali, would. The whole multi trillion dollar promise of five g. and its millions of jobs and new businesses is all just a pipe dream without infrastructure. Unlike four g. which can be delivered through a relatively small number of tall towers, five g. wireless service relies on lots and lots of small receivers placed fairly close together and installing all those little five g. cells is turning into a big fight, booze being done at the expense of cities that are already overburdened, trying to deal with homelessness and host of problems cross the country. This is Pete Holmes, the city attorney in Seattle, Seattle's one of several cities fighting a new order from the Federal Communications Commission that puts a federal cap on how much city can charge. When a company wants to put a five g. receiver on public property, we have to essentially give up our property rights are property values to benefit private. Companies that will be doing the expansion. The FCC says, cities like Seattle are charging excessive fees and the flat rate would save telecom companies about two billion dollars. So they could afford to build infrastructure all over the country, including traditionally underserved rural areas. Here's Brennan car, the FCC Commissioner who initiated the new order. He says, it's also the key to beating China trying to beat us to five g. what that fight looks like is largely infrastructure battle right now. They're deploying small sales cell sites out the building block needed for five Jeep, somewhere around twelve times the pace at we've been doing it in the US and largely that was due to our outdated permiting processes and regulatory red tape. Look, we can cut all the red tape we want, but there's no way that the US is going to compete with China in five g. that's Mike, Dana editor in chief of the wireless industry publication, fierce wireless. He says, China, indirect way, more government resources and. Double up way more users than the US ever can. Our biggest obstacle sustain. Oh, is that the rollout of five g. has become shockingly politicized? You've seen it argued as a national security issue because if the United States doesn't deploy five g. fast enough than China will and that will put China ahead of us in terms of technological capabilities, give seen it argued as a national security element in terms of, you know, having a nationwide five network will will make things safer. You know, we'll we'll support Thomas cars and that'll that'll reduce traffic accidents. But all this raises the question, if five is such a big deal economically and in terms of security, should the federal government pay for it here? Seattle, Pete Holmes. Again, you know, our whole interstate highway system was underwritten by the federal government. That's why we have such good heads such good infrastructure back in January, the Trump administration actually floated the idea of secure national five g. network Brennan car from the FCC. Says, there is no way that's going to happen, but he said there are already existing federal funds to build out internet and five g. access, especially in rural areas. Although those funds are small compared to the four hundred billion dollars, China has directed toward five g. over just five years. And now for some related links, honestly, maybe we don't want so much internet a story in the Atlantic yesterday, terrifyingly details all the ways that teenagers are using Instagram to bully each other. Like by setting up anonymous profiles, just to hate on someone or sending a constant barrage of messages or tagging each other with bullying comments. Now, reading it, I did feel like you could substitute the word internet for Instagram in a lot of those places actually substitutes smartphones, and then you're really getting to the heart of the matter. But I can't say I don't see potential problems with how my tweet son is using Instagram mostly because yes, he and all his friends are using it parent company, Facebook actually announced earlier this week that it will use artificial intelligence to scan photos to detect bullying that has had mixed results in the past. I don't know. I mean, I don't know the answer, but I gotta say it doesn't feel like five g.. Going to make us nicer and speaking of name calling around about way. Lots of you wrote in after I talked about the dilemma yesterday of whether to call myself a nerd, lots of you do support the idea that we should let our nerd flags fly, but I thought about how I've used it in the past, and it's true that when I said it, it was sort of self mocking. So from now on, I will only call myself a nerd when I'm feeling really awesome about it, which to be honest is pretty much all the time. I'm Molly would, and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Hi, I'm Zach and I listened to marketplace in Arlington, Virginia. I think what I appreciate the most about marketplace's their ability to take the economic news of the day issues such as tariffs rate, hikes, tax reform, cut through the political noise and clearly and concisely explained not only how these issues affect our country in the rest of the world. But how they impact people like me. 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