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3 Cities Designated As 'Anarchist' Filing Lawsuit Against Trump Administration

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:44 sec | Last month

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

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"pete holmes" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"Download. But believe it or not all jokes. Aside, I don't want to be disrespect jokes aside is something that comedy central is actually talking about the other day. Yeah they said something about some conversion stuff. Oh Shit. All right. Well. Listen these this final sized. Oh, this person was joking we said it in another episode I've gotten a few emails where people are like that file size. I can't tell now if they're joking because of the other email or if they're legitimately concerned but I guess we're working on it, I don't know. That we know about how about this if the the file size represents the blood sweat and Tears. That's right. It's heavy like our hearts will record this show. You want me just those who sit up that recorded on my phone. Are you want to sit down and really produced this shit exactly yeah. Any other podcast you get a small file and you get small content. All right. That's right Tom. Download size. Little tiny downloads. Tiny minded podcasts. Big Thoughts on this show and take a more file size. I use cheaper MP threes when I use way because of qualities point. There we go. I'm thinking about your ears. Coaches worried about your ears and you should be too cool. You got some you got some bangers here. I feel like you Kinda, went big. You trying to impress somebody this week. Here's what I did so. I got an email. asking. For the Pete Holmes and so I did I one of the pixes from. His first album impregnated with wonder is one of my favorite bits of all time. It's I saw him do it I think on Conan I and I was like this is incredible and the next time me in the mood to play some Mark Mirror because I was thinking of podcasters that I listened to when I started doing comedy that. Had a big impact on me. So that's the theme. This is the one of the rare theme episodes of stand up with top car because I don't usually like themes. Like I've said before in comedy I don't think that it's kind of Nice to see a little bit of you know despair I I like to mix it up I. Don't want you to feel like you've heard the same thing twice. This is a theme because these are two podcasters that that. I was really into a when I was starting comedy and they I learned a ton from listening to old old episodes of W F and you made it. Weird. So that's the theme today and you picked. Clips from Pete Holmes album like I said impregnated with wonder and then mark. Marins comedy Central Half Hour. This thing is old as hell it's from season one episode two of Comedy Central Presents so this is from twenty years ago. Why did you hear how different.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

"What do I put this in a bottle and throw it into the. Ocean. Spore, who's GonNa. Find this fucking Tony Robbins. Bats. One of my one of my power walks, I, a bottle with the job. Search, if you see two mummies making out to get it to a mile. Never, attempted never seen a Tony Robbins impression only seen the dark spot on dude. On because he has a big talk about a guy that laughs you feel like he's put a curse on your family and when breaks you down to cry, you feel like you owe money and you do. Yeah. Yeah, and you do and you. Yeah. and He, yeah, he's taking your debit card out of your back pocket as you wearing but. He, wraps. All Right Pete, enjoy the weekend comedy sex God wherever fold. That would mean people check that out. You made it Weird Pete. Holmes Dot. com for specials and and and all the jets. Go Ria binge-watch crashing this time I'm sure you're getting those messages. Right. But that is something I should be promoting more is because I know people are looking for things to watch boy? Did we work hard on that show and a browder? It's on HBO. Max. Yep. Thanks man. It's so good I probably told you last than we potted but I got my my mom into it and she binged she binge watches a show if she loves it and she's very picky dude and she went right through it dude. got a front row seat to this world. But Dude, she just fucking I mean call me after every episode to because I was just like. It. was also because it was so close to home, she wanted to talk about it and. I, the sound a little pretentious. But I wanted to make a show that helped parents of comedians and helped friends of commute just helped our species helped him be understood a little bit more. That's I. Always have that ready to say when I met. Seinfeld. I can't remember if I said this to him, I. Think Related. But he anything I. When he made comedian the documentary, I was like, thanks for making it easier for people to understand what we do. So I'm glad to that had that effect on you I. Really Good All right buddy. Okay. Thanks. Thanks media. Just. quit he just quit, right? Yeah. Says you're good. Okay. Guy Thanks Buddy Bill Gates wow. Can't believe it. WHO's Q.. dammit..

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"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

"Way Moby wasn't. Jaipur. What's that? Michael say looks a little bit like moby. That's why. He does great yeah yeah. But. I'm six foot six, and I'm you know soft and the way that I make her laugh is by being a jungle gym. So I'll put her on my shoulder. Then I flip upside down by the feed and I do some I. Think. This is a try you tell me. TRICEP curl up. Abbott, swinger around and it's just a lot of she loves physical comedy, and then when it comes to like, it's all the classics. It's like their own with like. Close Spar loud quiet. They're learning the ingredients of the universe like everything is sort of equal to them, and then you realize she slowly realizes like. It's a choice. If Daddy swoops into your face real fast. He's funny. That's funny because that's not normal, and if we're using the definition of a joke is a benign violation meaning it's it's an it's safe breaking of the rules. Yes. She's Girardi understands that. So if I eat funny or if I taker pacifier and put it in, these are all that she's she's laughing all day. She's a great laugher. It's sodas then and it just I mean, what is what's better than stipulated feeling? You can't even compare that laugh to a sold out. Theater show different on a new bit. One is cocaine. That's cocaine. Like were we all do cocaine comedians do cocaine? I don't mean literally I want to go ahead and say this. This is pizza. I I've never done cocaine, but if it's anything like doing a set. I understand why people are going crazy for. You know in certain parts or whatever either way either. Earn a small community of comics that have not done. It's probably a lot of competition haven't done it. I mean, there's A. Mushrooms. There is. Yeah, but I I don't think I'd be I. Feel like you're saying like my mom's already man. I, don't. I. Just. Don't listen I. Think I'd be that guy being like chicken tenders are ticketed. If you want to know the full story continues like I'm talking about. Ready. That guy remember my Whitney Cummings. Already too much everything, but I am by even mushrooms is to kind of quiet down and go in a little bit. Yes. Oh, Kane is like. I'm having a hard time. I could talk to you about fucking Alphabrain, living thing on my desk for the the importance of ginger like fuck off the opposite of cocaine or what I, what I do is a stand up, and that feels like cocaine. But so my daughter's. Laughter is so much more organic and so much more natural and appropriate stand up part of the Chris Rock had this hilarious thing. He said on his comedians in cars, where like can you imagine if you went to school one day and your daughter who's like twelve years? Old is in front of everyone in the school and they're all laughing. You'd think the devil had had to have something weird was going on. It's the least natural thing. or it's the maybe it's the most impressive thing or maybe the most difficult thing tip for one person to hold the attention of three, hundred such a weird thing. But to make your baby laugh. So once cocaine and one's a sunset sunset feel differently from cocaine but it's not better or worse. It's just a completely different field. Do you ever feel like you're shaping her comedic sensibility by due to fly? If I'm still doing the pacifier bit when she's nine, we have not done our job, you know what I'm saying like. Yes. The the whole thing isn't just to her sense of humor. It's how she interprets reality and what parents are doing I. Think when they're raising a child is they're teaching them to interpret reality how you interpret reality. So I always have an example from the day, I talk about my daughter because every day a million things happen this morning I said, she woke up at five and she had A. She had P. Diaper and the reason you want to change the diapers because she's going to get a diaper rash and she doesn't like that. So you wish you could explain that to her because she doesn't want me to change your diaper, but you're trying to say like Cleese, let me change your your booty. You'RE GONNA get a rash. She doesn't understand that the future doesn't exist. The past doesn't exist. She's right. The needle is on the record. She's in the moment she just wants to play with her dad. So in that moment, you have a choice. You can say reality doesn't care that you WANNA play and be silly reality says you need to change your diaper right now. Because, you will get a rash, but then if you just pause for one second and go well, wait, she normally gets up around seven. That means she would have been sleeping in this diaper for two more hours than I would have been fine with it some. Let's bring a little bit more three-dimensionality to my logic. My Dad is right logic. You actually have a two hour window within which to change his diaper and still be completely rash free. So you're trying to say what I'm trying to teach her. Is. The moment is important. We'd can be easy on ourselves. We can still change your diaper and we did about thirty minutes later, there was still some crying, we still waited. So I'm teaching her that not only jokes are important, but that reality itself to a certain extent is a conspiracy of agreed stories between people about what's acceptable. What's polite? What's appropriate? Even what's fair and what's unfair people disagree about this? So the whole thing is in from one stance is a joke. So let's laugh and enjoy it because you can't control it. You're in a river. The best thing to do is realize you're. You're in a river trust that you're being held by the river and I don't mean that means prosperity and safety for you. I just mean you're sort of in the control is space that we all are yes, and instead of being fainted that enjoy it and try to use it to your advantage, and that's what comedy is. Comedy Goes Holy. Shit, we have no control were floating in space. Let's try to use that fear to our advantage and I'm trying to do that with my daughter even. So it's more than just teaching her to laugh. It's teaching her to interpret reality yes as not. Against her. Wow, DUDE I. Fuck. No Dude. You got it. You've got it. Right. Man I. It's impressive. I, know parents that are just trying to get their kids to not bite other kids and at two. Well I'm sure we'll get there. We're sort of sweet spot. Do feel overwhelmed even raising a child in an. We can quickly move on. If that's a question you feel like you've gotten from or you've discussed much earlier as nick is, but I can't imagine and you know my girlfriend I, R-? I. Don't know three or four years a away from it maybe. But then also who knows like we might. Do some cocaine and just fucking pull the goalie. That's that's. Comes here comes. Faulkner. and. Obama's Maron. Ray. Is. The worst name for a child, and but also, hey, click like that kid will have so many google searches but so..

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Seattle police oversight to continue after 14,000 Floyd protest complaints

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

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

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"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

Feedback with EarBuds

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"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

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State Court of Appeals hears arguments in case of man who lived in a truck the city of Seattle towed

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:48 min | 1 year ago

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

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"pete holmes" Discussed on The Good Parts with Andy Grammer

The Good Parts with Andy Grammer

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on The Good Parts with Andy Grammer

"I'm Andy Grammer. Everyone has a story. I'd just like to skip to the good parts for me. This usually includes some discussion of the soul. Why are we here. What happens when we die the stuff that for some reason all of us have been trained to shy away from so this podcast is an opportunity to talk to people that I find fascinating and go deep guys on the podcast. Today we have Pete Holmes uh-huh which of any podcast had so far the whole time that I was listening to it. I was just self conscious of how much laughing I'm laughing very loud and very hard Komo more than any other guest. This guy is He's got his own podcast called. You made it weird which I've been a huge fan of for a long time and my brother actually really really loves loves him too so I got cooler. My brothers is because Pete came on after the PODCAST We got to go hang out with and his comedy. One of his comedy shows the next night and he's just an incredible dude but in this podcast we get into the Pete wrote this book called Comedy Sex Guide which is all about kind of losing your faith to find your faith which is kind of a wild idea. We talk about what it's like to be. Super Horny and spiritual we talk about being okay with talking about your.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I don't care anyway. That was my first thought oh my God. So funny. So so so. Genders, pat. I'm just getting why don't you ask your crashing question? Okay. When your character goes also, I wanna give you another compliment. I love that your character. The character Pete Holmes, isn't okay comic. But not great. It's great. Because when I first that I was so happy when I saw you because I thought wow. Is this guy who's really not that great of a up, but he's a wonderful story. Like, he like the show is so great. Oh, you thought me. Yes. Yeah. Then because I watched the show then I saw you. And it's like, you're so brilliant, and all my God Largo last week when I saw that thing that you said that you might gonna release that. And also just how you talked about it afterwards with me with so just saying that you were floating air that you were getting from the audience my God that was just a wonderful incredible way to think about doesn't know if they're better the shows better. I said it to them that night. Sometimes you're a part of a bad audience right now. Great. Yeah. Go. No. I think we're bad. No. I know I. Anyway, all the experiences, but I love that so much, but seeing how brilliant you are which I really do. You're just my favorites. I can tell you. Okay. To know that you are. So crafting the level of comedy that your character. Pete Holmes is doing on crashing is very interesting to me. And I really applaud you for not being funnier. Like, you're really just about as as funny as that. Character should be you also can't get into the cellar. Like, you be great. You can't be you. You would be getting all those places. That's right. Yeah. That's one of my proudest achievements. Is that we did a sad and wrote us out and old material. That was funny enough to get laughs. Right. Not funny enough to get into this. I was very proud of that. Oh my God. That was so great. It was really pleased. And also the guy I want what's his name eighteen year old. What about when you go? How old are you eight teen? And I think he said I'm like, I'm thirty two or something and it was got. Okay. I didn't get hit me. Okay. When you go to the synagogue, and you're explaining your relationship to cat how you met cat to these guys we had sex two times. I was crazy way. I totally didn't understand their response. And then going to the rabbi I didn't understand like didn't understand why they were because at first I thought they'd be like, yeah. Or are we trading? But then they were like, I didn't understand their point of view because I thought if they're really religious just be completely outraged by it. But I didn't get well, they're not they're not. They're not right. Didn't. Yes. I didn't get these seemed like it was being played that they were uncomfortable with it. And I didn't know why like you should talk to a rabbi like why was he did not understand any of that part? There's a by the term by. TV writers say there's a buy in. Okay. Something the audience has to buy into it was tricky for us to pull off. Right. And when I watched I thought we did as well as we could. But you're absolutely right. So it's a very good kind of area because it's tricky kind of like, okay. Yeah. We were trying to have the audience by that the Alon one of the commerce knows that Pete is religious and that he's quote, not that kinda guy. So we wanted for the story's sake him to represent back to Pete literally the idea, I think you're a little lost. Meaning anyone else tells me the story great?.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"So here you are when I watched your set, and you say, I'm like, a wild animal in bed way, more afraid of you than you are of me, I feel solidarity and healing and connection. So that literally is like ministering to me, quite literally. So like, why can we only they wanna turn you into like some sort of mascot that can represent their Inness and entertain those that are in. And when I started doing comedy, my mother's. Friend. Roberta wrote me a letter that quoted the Old Testament about like, whoa. To the that offer strong drink and all this because the places I perform certain liquor, and it was just like who they're them. And I'm supposed to say with us like, you don't know the power of being dirty dirty clean being dirty. But in a way that can edify I'm using Christian words here, but edify and make people feel less alone. That is so fucking beautiful. Yeah. And if you're not talking about condoms, if you're just going up there, and you're just doing like, we hate Christian music and Christian comedy for the same reason. Sometimes we hate it. I'm sure there's some good stuff. I don't know because it's like, what isn't Christian like witch of your feelings, aren't acceptable, what functions of your body aren't acceptable. And where we getting these ideas that God like made an error in making you a sexual person or a curious person or has a brain that provides doubts from time to time speaking. Those things truthfully and beautifully in the funny way is so much more gospel spreading than just literally doing comedy for the choir. Whatever be yeah. She has over. Nailed it. It's not gonna get any better than that. No. No, I meant that. Because you just you clearly touched a nerve in me. But I keep going keep telling your tail. Continue with your plight. Yeah. I mean, so for the first sermon sixteen for the first couple years finishing high school, and like going to college and then realized my first semester of college. Like, oh, I really do want to be doing comedy, even if it's just on the weekends or whatever. So then I moved home, and then started going up more in San Diego and communicate commuting to community college. And like when I was nineteen had like, a very serious relationship with someone else who's very religious like talking about getting married like all those things which is also why your podcast is so important that time because I remember listening going, okay? Pete Holmes got married at twenty two to twenty eight. I'm talking about getting married in nineteen like, maybe this won't maybe maybe just wait. I don't know. But I always married when she was twenty really she's from the church to how. Well, yeah. Obviously, I mean, she was like real atheists but married at twenty. Real which is ready to go just wanted to be in matrimony. But and then when that relationship ended why did that relationship and you were on the track? Yeah. I was gonna stop doing comedy. I was like I'll be teacher. I'll do comedy like on the weekends like sometimes. But I was like I'm gonna marry this guy. I was like God is telling me to marry this guy. I prayed about it. Like, he that's what he told me. And then funny when we say that we're praying to God, we're praying to like a matrix in our brain thoughts and beliefs that we've sort of inherited, you know, what I mean like, we're we're loading. We write the question for God on a note card, and we're loading it into what we think is infinite reality. But really it's so tainted obviously, what other people have told us God is, and then we get back and answer that we know doesn't vibrate. The tuning fork in our hearts, like it's not intuitively. Correct..

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"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Because in the first two days, I was sent this story. Sixty one time. Oh. Wins twi. The show the show's crashing. About comedy. Why? I feel like you know, what your nephew or nieces up to. And if you want us your weird. I want to see a good. And by the way, you are doing a fantastic acting job on that show. Nuance. Donna. It's good. It's good. I am able to separate my relationship with you. And just appreciate it. Enjoy it's not destroy. That's the highest level of. I appreciate something have like I'll just say this. When you take the shot in the foreground and then go over to talk to ST about your set. Like, don't do not j. Do that go there? Now, we know. That's Pete Holmes, our friend the actor walking we know that he had to do that. In real life. Pete Holmes SE is like please perform your whenever you want. But we literally were like don't do not do because an acting teacher once told us we should never ever be watching an actor and say, that's great acting. You should watch an actor and be like holy shit life. All my God. Oh my God. Life did that. And so you life is harder. This is a difficult situation. That's exactly well, that's wonderful so much more success to you do watch it some people tell me that they're like waiting for it to amass and the truth is like right now, I'm fine. But we're waiting to hear like other seasons. I've been like. I hope you do. I am nervous. But also like we did a really great job. So like, however, it goes it will it won't be because we didn't do a great job. You did a great who plays. The woman who plays your mom. I just want ratings is Audrey classic second city. Actress from the day is yet. So good it seen back at your home. And all. I can watch these to go around area uncomfortable. Shot freeing, my mother that it was that was deeply disturbing that is per my mother does sit on my lap. My mother does that thing by called my mom today in the car because I was used by the airport at car. Why did they tell you? Anyway, I remember when I told you girl friend to put on a Brown. There. It is. Aska hopes. Thanks for being on the show. And we gotta get back to work. Dumb dumb. Stick around. Town. Podcast network..

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"At ten pm. It's called Pete Holmes dirty clean. It would mean so much. If you guys could check it out, especially the night that airs if you want to show your support through the gift of ratings, but I worked really hard on it. I hope you guys like it and also January twentieth will be the premiere of the third season of crashing. I can't believe I even get to say that. I'm so excited. We worked really hard on that. We had a lot of fun. Really hope you love it. So please tune in and check out the whole season. If you hear this the day that it came comes out came out tomorrow. Well, actually, no, I'm sorry tonight. It'll be Wednesday. So tonight, I am at Largo doing my Santa show. Pete Holmes living at Largo. Some amazing guests. Including a you made it weird favorite Rory. Scoble will be on the Bill. It's going to be incredible. I'm not doing a lot of stand up. So this will be probably my only show in December. Actually, I am going to be in New York. When is that date have to look it up? Well, you can look it up. You can look it up. I don't wanna make those interest long. If you look there's going to be a crashing live show at the Gramercy theatre in New York. It's me jet appetito, John Mullany, Jamie Lee, Joo Buki young white. It's an amazing lineup in some special guests and music. It was my last tweet if you guys want the link to the tickets go to Pete Holmes on Twitter. So I'll be doing stand up in New York. But also at Largo tonight Largo dash LA for tickets before we get to Paul Poundstone. I do wanna give a shoutout to the Pete's picks. Which are you know, surprisingly helpful around the holiday season as we always joke. This is a free podcast..

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You're in the service of some thing that you, it's not even obligation. You've literally loved this can't. It doesn't like where we wanna put jammies on her at night because she'll be cold and she's fighting and kicking and scream. So you're trying to help something that's not only not thanking you. It's actually resisting you and while you're doing it again, you might get frustrated, but there's also part of you that's like for fuck sake. This is this is right had so long to just be Pete Holmes indulging Pete Holmes and selling Pete home, like fuck Pete Holmes for a little while he'll be there when I get. I mean, you do special in the book. And I'm saying, fuck Pete Holmes, thousands of people. On the package. No, you're absolutely right. Speaking of the baby, I do have to go and thank you for taking this is really fun. My since. Your pleasure. Do you guys we usually end by saying, can you think of the time he laughed the hardest? Can you guys either collectively or in your own personal and here's the clue that I give to help you think of it. It doesn't have to be a good story. Yeah. No, I'm trying to think when we crying with laughter. Art a lot fun. Yeah, it's really it's a good thing to not be able to think of it right away. I don't know about emperor, but recently I was on acid in Israel. My buddy and I went, I think you might you might the earned the right mind to appreciate it. The beach is like right next to the city. It's like, you don't have to take a road. It's like the beach and then like across the street is the town. Wow. So we like at the beach and meal showered off in left the beach. So we're like soaking wet and we cross the street and we're like in the city soaking wet, and I couldn't figure out if it was okay to be this wet. Are we shoot wet right now? I don't know, seems to mind, but there's definitely places you can't believe this. The rock and roll soaking wet. So we're just riffing on that, like we'd pass by people. I'm like, whoa, they didn't stop to take a picture with the wettest man ever probably find that is using reared. Dying laughing. My buddy asked to the guy for a cigarette. I'm like, well, he didn't seem to talk about how wet we were. So I'm never gonna. Forget that answer. That's a great. I did much into wins, and we swim me and Nick thune swim in this lake. And then there was this music festival happening on the other side of the lake. So he's to the music festival and we got out just like you and we're wet, and we're like, is this okay? We kept saying to people, we thought it was so funny and no one left we kept going. We came from the sea. We can't because we didn't pay admission. We came from the water and we ask them for food and stuff, and they gave it to us because there's like a weird respect for someone who comes from the you really wanted. We wanted really what we did cardio. You were sent by word general. He will take this festival by see it's a fantastic answer. If you don't have one, I'm have something. I was just home in North Carolina is so small. And it's I'm sure only funny too, but it is fine..

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The local, national, and global fight over 5G infrastructure

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:11 min | 2 years ago

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. I hope you'll consider joining me as marketplace investor and donate today at marketplace dot org to help make their work possible marketplace. Podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. Do you ever wonder how we're streaming millions of movies on demand, turning homes into hotels, Hauer, watching live missions for Mars, smart business minds dreamed, these ideas and Amazon web services is how they built them with the broadest functionality. And the most experience leading enterprises trust the AWS cloud to build the next big idea. Are you ready to build it? Learn more at AWS is how dot com. Slash podcast.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I don't know how to explain this exactly right but it is that i know we will never get the balance right and so swimming in this e of trying to maintain our intimacy how should we do that correctly while the same time individuality opening space for me to sit with pete holmes by myself or whomever or do whatever that balance is going to be impossible to get right and so that actually relieve some pressure on me yeah just be like okay well this is impossible to get right so i'm just gonna tumble into the volcano right jive as i go and if i get like eighty two percent of it right i'm killing it's right and it feels nice actually i always think of this time i went on this i didn't know it was a date it was when i was young enough to not know something was a day but i was in highschool known anyway it was like junior so this girl that i really loved was like asked me she was like let's go to harvard square and just take photographs photo class now like a million questions she me to take photos of her is like a modeling thing she going to have a cam pretexting you could ask call and be like just one question and hang up so i just showed up she shows up no camera wonderful i and my camera we walk around i'm taking a photo of a tree and now maybe she's in the thing with the train anyway i've told the story before i'm sure at the end of the day i was going to change the film and i forgot to push the release button so the film was still topped on this and it snaps now i think about this all the time and it's not a regret story it's actually kind of like what you're talking about jumping in the volcano i realized that snapped the film i had made a mistake and this girl just saw me do it so i kind of feel like a rube and on the bridges opened it up and yank the film out in the sort of like remembering an p short in brin able.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"But we're kind of talking about it already because togetherness was cancelled so you freed up ram ram is another way of saying you had more so points someone someone that was renting your so points togetherness yeah gave them back to you and the normal rhythm of that for me in our whole life was yeah there's more space fill it with more mark and jay stuff and that was the one time we were standing on the edge of the grand canyon looking down and we looked at each other and it was very sad because we were like i don't think we wanna fill it with us juice anymore oh wow i think that we might wanna do something else and then we immediately just turned and walked away because we could not fucking handle it staff estate was devastating yeah and it is still devastating but in this i don't know it's it's a very rump dos way where it hurts so good yeah to a certain degree right and that's kind of the the place we've arrived at now which is like okay we're going to try this individuation thing i'm gonna go to pete holmes by myself today yeah oh he's in down he's in town so funny i'm part of it this is big i'm part of it jay is in new york city and he is not in this podcast kurt to me i'm so happy z you yeah but i was like i wonder if it would be better for the book they were both on and i was like we'll do that might be but that's there's something bigger at play there's something there's something bigger at play which is the acknowledgement that it's sometimes yeah jay and i want to go to an industry party by ourselves yes so that we can say all the things we want to say right so that i don't have to feel like a fraud because i'm i'm maybe telling a joke that i've told before right and they don't know that and i don't have.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You if we're with me halls what's happening weirdos a very sad week last week and still said one hearing the news that's got hutchison the lead singer of frightened rabbit had passed away obviously it's very very sad news to anybody that knows the band and certainly certainly certainly far worse for anybody that knew scott i knew scott a a little bit we'd hung out a handful of times he was the last guest on my talk show the pete holmes show that's how much i loved his music he was obviously where we releasing the episode today he was a wonderful guest on this podcast and that led to a couple of hangs where i don't have much to contribute to this conversation but he was wonderful and kind and funny and charming and very very love lovely and loving so i just wanted to release this we do suicide comes up in this podcast depression comes up in this podcast obviously we're not going to edit anything i just want to keep in mind that this was record a long time ago and i know i it's it's a serious thing i want to encourage everybody if anybody's dealing with depression or anything like that to please see therapist please tell a friend please tell a doctor do not go it alone and i i'm just hoping i i haven't had the heart to religion to this yet but i'm hoping that any chat doesn't seem callous in the aftermath here but please do get help if you are struggling i also thought it might be nice to play to play the song that he played on the pete holmes show here at the top and then we will roll into the episode as.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on About Last Night

"Vivian we'll be played by vivienne instead of pete holmes told me there was a sitcom where someone a character opened i don't know if they did it but the plan was to open the refrigerator block them when they closed it it would be a different actress that's how they like pitching getting rid of a problematic person i forget who people wouldn't notice the jump cut as well i think they would notice how they would be like it's the same person magic a person looking in the fruit that can happen to you you can open a fridge close it and all of a sudden you happen with the butterfly as great where those kid commercials went an opening of a fridge was involved that might be like i don't see those anymore for kid beverage for like sunny delights go i think it was that probably the michael jordan of those commercials fridge involvement there was a lot of fridge opening button at the end of the nineties whose kids were going thirsty or hungry children were opening fridges right fevers and they would find something yeah no you don't see the biden's smile anymore which is remember they do it before they would taste i know there's a podcast put like fucking tricks yogurt and their faces as the spoon was coming out because the commercial short in the mormons couldn't stop advertising that's how you knew it was the nineties right jesus christ latterday saints share a little bit yourself without even know when you share a little bit here south you find good feelings grow and i know because.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Okay so that that'll tell you so that was that was more than ten years as my okay more than ten like i think because now everyone is everything's so political polarizing and it's just so intense no one's allowed to have a middle ground opinion so i think people already feel kinda like don't you and my values so you're gonna white people based on that voice it's on well i do a couple of like i have one thing where mike you not talk about how mike ever since eleven nine i've been triggered okay i'm triggered find the cross sticks put me on when i see a certain white hipster on the street you i see a white guy with a sleeve tattoo a trucker cat beard you know it's like i had this moment where i'm like are you a white supremacist or do you brian your pickles great what's quite sometime it's like they don't like i don't wanna hear i wanna hear a black person talk about race stuff right now because i do think people are a little weary i mean shit i'm weary half the time you go i was just getting a hang twitter when it became a political thing i forty cared to joke and now i gotta just read tweet petition we were man you're so right when twitter started we were looking at old old old old tweets me and jamie were and they used to just be like i just had breakfast like if it was kind of funny it was a plus big win and now you're right if you tweet something you have to kind of all i twitter jokes and you have to check the climate is it okay to make this joke is it going to be a story pete holmes tweets about ice packs trump gate.

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"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"pete holmes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Where does it in the like no i did your pete holmes and you know the tv show he just means i like saying where you go way like when i see people angry and cars where you go way it's like a nice it another way of saying just be here and he's saying we are you going yeah like what we're going to get but you don't have already which might be the greatest reduction of spear trout he there's ever been which is what are you lacking what is messing iverson you need to have your basic needs matt warmth shelter food water love but it a certain point you can just go shit i didn't need to do that that was the great lesson and to you when you outings i d seeing yourself and everybody around you me one of the things again will get to mind ready but the com's that is going this is my teacher if something's really annoying i go you're good teacher my dog is a good teacher are getting it and she comes out what yeah i mean when you but it's helpful information on tape calais you go kept health what hopefully gentleman like i said a certain age realize that it's the whole picture it's not the game of gaining pleasure in avoiding point pained yeah it's finding a way to eat it all and say this is what the fuck we're doing yeah that's not to say you delight your suffering we don't go like that's why so where you go you're going home i'll be happy when i'm watching netflix yeah we happy won a meeting ice cream and this is a paraphrase around the sport for to get to my school by get some water i get a block i get some coffee we all the while you weren't there he was giving on the surface of your own life in the movie here read this not why you're watching the movie i'd love to watch him movie i you're watching.

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