24 Burst results for "Piven"

The Democrats Are the Media, the Media Are the Democrats

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

The Democrats Are the Media, the Media Are the Democrats

"In effect the Democrat party is the media and the media is the Democrat party And they all embrace this radical American Marxist ideology Many of them are from a younger generation radicals in the past They've worked for Democrats so they work for causes but they've gone through the propaganda male that has defined our colleges and universities now They're being taught to promote this kind of Marxist activism Don't go for impartial Don't go for objective No no no that's not the profession anymore And they of course they embrace as American marxists Saul linsky who I've talked to you about for 20 years on the radio And Claude and piven and the others

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Marxists Professors Cloward and Piven Called Incendiarism and Riots 'Necessary'

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Marxists Professors Cloward and Piven Called Incendiarism and Riots 'Necessary'

"Let's take a listen to this In 1968 clarin and pivot Remember them the two marks as professors They wrote of something that is rarely sighted They wrote of something called movements and the census politics not consensus distances the opposite And I thought this was so important I included it in American Marxism for those of you who are interested in having its page 34 but it's important for all of you Explicitly arguing that among other things incendiarism incendiarism and riots are legitimate and necessary acts of mass movements They declared that poor people win mainly when they mobilize and disrupt the protests for the obvious reason that they lack the resources to exert influence in conventional ways This is what they wrote Such as forming organizations petitioning lobbying influencing the media buying politicians By disrupt the protest we mean acts such as incendiary ism Riots siddons and other forms of civil disobedience great surgeons and demands for relief benefits Rent strikes Wildcats strikes are obstructing production on assembly lines These were tenured professors The goal is to and I write the goal is to force the weakening of the system or as they call it the regime making it vulnerable to the movement's demands They said mass disruption both its emergence and its successes as closely related to electoral

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Marxist Professors Cloward and Piven Argued for Using the System Against the System

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Marxist Professors Cloward and Piven Argued for Using the System Against the System

"So I point out an American Marxism. The professors argue that the progress of mass movements will always be too slow as the American system is too difficult to mold into a truly revolutionary force. But there will be opportunities to use the system against the system. And he created turmoil from within and without bringing pressure for a revolutionary change. He wrote. Still, overall, political leaders remained timid and conservative trying to suppress the potential for realignment. Bridging potential cleavages with general symbols and vague promises. Under these confusing conditions, discontented voters, maybe as atomized and ineffective as all voters are said to be in the absence of parties. So social activists must be prepared to abandon the political parties is another way of putting pressure on them, however. They believe that the Democrat Party Is the party through which The radical elements can in fact, Penetrate the political system. So they spend a lot of time talking about doing exactly that taking over the Democratic Party, and they have The radicals. Claritin. Piven wrote that since political party see consensus, there will always be cleavages and discord issues between and among groups that should be exploited by social activists. They said to appreciate the role of social movements and helping to precipitate electoral convulsion and realignment. We have to pay attention to the distinctive dynamics of social movements. That enable them to do party politicians what party politicians do not social movements, even movements that are not particularly disruptive. Can do what party leaders and continues for office will not do.

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Democrats Don't Take the Virus, the Mask Mandate, or Protecting Our Border Seriously

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Democrats Don't Take the Virus, the Mask Mandate, or Protecting Our Border Seriously

"It's too bad. The media The Democrat Party. Do not take these Viruses and these variants seriously, it really is. They have no consistent message. We have mayors and governors Democrat to violate their own rules. We have Barack Obama throwing a swanky party 700 people. Math is Vineyard because he happens to turned 60 years old. He's not going to pass on that now. Other major events have been shut down over the course the last 18 months, but not Obama's party. We can't miss that. That's a big deal. We have Marxist riders and looters. Arsonists. They're not required to be masked. So there's a lot exceptions that a mask rule and the biggest exception, of course, illegal aliens. And thanks to Fox, we've now seen horrendous. Examples. Of what's happening on the southern border. They used drones and other means of Observation horrendous. It's not a few 100 there. There. There were 8000 people gathered pretty much in one place. More and more. We're finding that they do have this virus. Catholic charities, putting them in hotels, a second hotel like Covid Hotel. We saw the bus is pulling up. The federal federalize buses pulling up taking people on Moving them the other towns, take him the airport flying out of the area and going wherever they want. With viruses without viruses with criminal background records without criminal background records. Nobody knows we are overwhelmed. Cloward and Piven. They've busted the

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"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"In dallas. Texas started playing the cello before transitioning to the base and he played with his brother Rocky hill and futures easy top drummer beard in local bands. Play the cello with that kind of beard. Man it's all up in the strains sitting there because it's all roz and up. The thirteen fourteen makes a mess semester. Stand up and play the guitar. Yeah they z. Top released their full length. Their first full debut in nineteen seventy one and Yeah he will be missed. Yeah they're cool. Guys definitely hung out those guys a bit like car guys. Of course they are. They're also kind of a weird ban and there were there. Were around for a long time and then had all that mtv success But it was weird that they're having mtv success. Because mtv was about young and hot and boy toy and a very very very young little gina grad and overland park. Kansas watching the legs video over and over and over again. My favorite band in the world hit the formula with every single one of those videos classic hot car hot women and always the john montage eighties videos. That low shot for the camera was down on the asphalt and they show the chicks step out of the car. Somehow we needed a picture of everyone getting out of the car. That was the best part about the stallone's best movie cobra pulls fifty merck tight like it's got to be in the script you know. Close up pavement shop king and redondo beach dude. Slow motion of the monthly. You'll do shitty roddy mcdowell shitty roddy mcdowell that was one thousand percents alone. Oh sorry yeah. That was awesome. Yeah it was like. I should have known to try. Bid on your show i love. Let's see what was he. He was a crime as disease. And i'm the cure. Grandma's disease mccoo pretty good. That's a good job. You need to watch he. That was the first dad joke. If you wanna have a good time you need a good literally said that in that movie. I think it wasn't that movie. How about a good time. You watch i it is it was. It is funny when stallone does comedy. He does a little comedy in that movie. Because there's a part where he's with. Oh god what's her name. God this six foot one brigitte nielsen. Yes courtship my mom will shoot. Also i hope we have more news by the time you hear this but i take very personally. I'm very worried. The star of better call saul bob. Odin kirk was rushed to a new mexico hospital after collapsing onset caused not disclosed as now The source told tmz that crew members immediately surrounded him. He went down. They dialed nine one one. He's fifty eight. He received medical treatment. Overnight bob. Odenkirk spends shooting the sixth and final season of the breaking bad spin off. I cannot wait for the thirteen episode. Season is expected to debut next year on. Amc but don't know what happened. Do you know bob odenkirk jerry. You.

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"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That same. Feeling with james movie will not only. Is it going to be funny but there were things that happened. That for instance jamie. And i are doing anything to get to the all star break to to the to the all star weekend and at one we have to play to onto game against floyd mayweather in the game and and literally every day was a new thing like what in gaza and it ends up being no-holds-barred and you can fight and you can punch were and the game is guarding me about six four to forty the beg ebay boy and So i saw look in his eyes. I was like oh. Maybe he doesn't know that this is fair. no it was just. It was more method than method a methodist actor. What was happening so he was just an end. You know every day it was just. It was insane in incredible. Now you know. Could there possibly be some holes in the plot absolutely. It's a big road comedy. It's gonna be funny as hell. But i think that he's a perfectionist and someone in on his team has jamie. Let's let's just take a look at this thing. And i want to and i know i love the guy never spectrum and i i just hope to see some day and it's a great question because you know how do you know when you're shooting something. What what the end product is going to be and you never really know. I'm about to star movie. Hence my enormous mustache where I'm playing opposite Tirees and terrence howard in in the whole thing takes place in prison. I'm the warden now. The where i play wardens appear. I never you know. Think about that for a second. It's like on the board in okay you're the gracie you guy forgotten happened. Eight minutes.

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"Way you should have been from the gecko right now back to the episode. All right gimme a positive outcome any like old. You know teacher or somebody that you you worked with or a mom's friend that always had the heart for you. You know like somebody that just that. You really appreciated appreciated you. Well you mentioned my mom. She's first of all you one of these people who i've watched like your crowd. Workers is incredible. Expediter you're so welcoming to everyone you just you like your disa- fucking savage man because you're just peppering them with love before you crush them. You're always like you're always like. Oh wow that's an incredible name means or what do you have to. Oh wow. that's so so interesting and you know you're just put a festival of love and then you drag him into the deep waters eric. Plenty to why it's the it's the hit him and hug him rule. You know it's like you gotta fuck with them because everybody's got fucked with and but you know you don't have to be a total dickhead about it and i try to hopefully convey that. Because that's you know that's that's my favorite type of it when like i don't know how you are with people that that bust your balls. There's always got to be a little report from me. So if i don't know these people in the crowd getting a little bit of even if it's a couple sentences of just like what do you do. Oh cool and like being on board with it and letting them know that. I'm not you know. Celebrating office is the right word. But just that. I'm not out to get him. And also you know just getting more comfortable on stage and with silence gathering more info Is has been a great asset because you know. I have been so in the past shit. There's no laughs book and say something funny instead of actually listening and trusting that i can build a moment even if it is a minute in know but exactly i. I've i've learned a lot watching you and it's crowd. Work is an art man. And you can't if you if you have to just stay after that i. That's definitely missing piece of puzzle for sure while it's it's get i mean you're fucking you're getting after and it's an already seen leaps and bounds in the last couple of years and i'm sure that's that's right we go ahead. We performed in the round out in anneli recently. So you can valley at the supernova. Do love that which is just so fine. It's a great spot right. i love it. It's just you're in the round. There reminds me of growing up and doing theater. And i just love it but yet understand. People yelled the craziest shits because they think they want me to yell at them and they think they want me to go bad on them but no one really wants that. No you know. Joe my wife. She's a rusty bucket served. We're i'm not going to. it's too late. i have a rusty cut. Bucket cut off at seven. Pm sir way okay. So so in the spirit of of you kind of adding these new arsenals to your your weaponry the podcast. How you live in with jay piven yet official drop date is yesterday perfect and it's out it's it's out there and i've gotten to mix it up with some some incredible people and as you know it's just so fun you know you just if you're genuinely curious about someone. That was my question. What's better yeah. You haven't. I'm sitting down sitting here up. i'm talking with or hamas doll. You know cuban jesus game bread fastest knockout in the afc. And i just remember that he had this transition where he went into the jungle and then when he came out he started crushing. Everyone and so. I asked him about that. And how is entire life changes. Like i'm just genuinely interested in all these people like how jamie fox made the transition from stand up in the acting because he missed. Stand up what's going on with that and cool know and it's just basically you know we. Our job is to hang out with people. Were curious about sales. It's kind of amazing. And i got cuban on i mean. That's i'm fascinated by that dude man and even those clips you posted about him. Talking about basketball is so because he truly is a once in a lifetime. Type owner somebody. That's just that much of a fan that wants to be down shooting with them and get that involved and you know has kind of really changed. The dynamic of how involved in owner can be and and the personal stuff. I mean you hear from like even. I think it was dirks retirement. How much cuban means to him and what he's done foreman. It's like you know when you give a shit and you care enough about that which is rare in sports to have an owner. That truly. you're like. He's not down there shooting hoops just because it's a fantasy kid thing which a for sure anyone would do that and understand that but it's because he's also trying to like be like yo. I'm here like you got me at your disposal. Really really impressed by that. So i can't wait to listen to that one. Yeah and for whatever reason that people feel so comfortable with me that they just let their guard down right like at one point. I just i just said i played it through spag and people think meduse back. You're an actual douchebag and he's like. I know baby but i'm good at it and he just starts like you start taking a bigger lab and it's just like people aren't afraid to be exactly who they are when i sit down with them and that's always been the case with me for some reason people an. I'm i'm honored by that. That they feel comfortable with me. Because i think they sense that i respect them. And i'm curious about them and then so there's a level of trust and i think it's the same with you you'll probably the same way with. Oh yeah also your now. My six degrees of separation from cuban and i do want to get on shark tank. Maybe can help you out that. I've got an idea for a grilled cheese maker that also jokes from the shower. This is something that you know. I need to send off like to get the prototype. But you know if you wanna loosely. Pitch that to him next time. You're you know set. I think everybody wins with us. Come on the world by the way. It's so brilliant. You put it onto the universe so you have to get after that right away and you know what i mean. It's so good. I i feel like there's no sarcasm with that from you and affect just all full on support as a friend. I saw how you live in. Jay piven is out now. Amazing guests mazen conversations. It looks fucking great. Which is which is big for pods and no one's calling on cellphone. So that's great jerry. I want to close this out with with something. I don't know if you've done before but Inside the actors studio was a great favourite show of mine. Rip delay james lipton love to close out with a ten question questionnaire to get to know deep dive. We lost them. What is dude timing on. That is perfect. I think his phone was going to die. And it fucking died right before we close out you know what. That's hey you know you can't have everything that's a great example that life ain't fair and also. That's a great teaser. For for i guess when we get them back on the pod but well there was. There was as you come back. But that's just me all right. We're still going guys. Hope you enjoyed this episode with jimmy. Kevin coach got his podcast. How you live in with jay piven. Follow me on instagram and twitter..

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"There. Were you have to get up or all of it. There is a there. Isn't a moment that you can phone in like this interview adam. I'm glad you said it accord the next one. You know like like the cliche of like athletes. Snow days offer any of that stuff. Bright you know you just you just fully committed because you never know like what could be a special moments and you wanna fully commits all of it. And like i said it's all mapped out the the dialogue group gibbons they're all there You know when. Larry david shows up on set and hero is there and it was the one time in a decade of entourage where we improvise and she just. I just ask them. What's a scene about looking. Don't worry about it and he wouldn't tell me what this nothing they just said. Here's your mark you meet larry. Here you'll end up here. You'll see drama here. Then you larry lined up here. And so just. Larry walks up to you and it's like your dream. It's a dream it's gotta understand. You know he's tickets to the game. I looked up. And you're you're at the game. And then so i just have to immediately and character start relating to him and explain why i didn't get him tickets and it's like a dream come true. It's so fun. Who was amazing. Was that because that was when you were going to get him. It was like what if we're gonna. We're going to do it the way he wants to do. It and as accustomed to acting right is not having a script. A thousand per se. That's incredible dude. Has there been someone over the years from all of your success student. And even now with stand up like that's come out of the woodwork. Or i mean an old friend or somebody. That's really you know. I'm always curious. 'cause everybody experience that for good or for bad. I mean there's a kid that i i grew up with what lived in my neighborhood and i never really liked them but was always cordial. Because that's how i am like even this kid was like i remember he'd like always gives me shit for not smoking cigarettes when i was like ten and just you know he just had a bad bad vibe bad attitude. But i was always nice. I'd still let them play in our pickup games in the neighborhood but he hit me up on facebook last night and sent me a message. I blocked them. But he's after this but invite him to the block party and he goes he goes. Starts it off by going. I don't like you at all. But i find myself hate laughing when i watch your shit. So that's something right. Please don't respond. And i just message back. I hope it gets better exo xl. And then. i blocked them now. Do you have people like that that. That was my dad by the way. But do you have people like that. That hits you up that are like holy shit man. I always remember when you were like nyu or you know. I don't know if you had day jobs. Prior to getting into biz but like people that just along. I was performing at an air force base for prisoners flow for second city and i and I was in the touring company. And i went to the bathroom. And i'm in the bathroom and i leave. And there's a guy being escorted in and it's to do that robbed my house and killed my dog. And they're i'm face to face with julio and there is and julio and i fought in high school we fought while we were both. I was dressed up for halloween warriors. Face paint on you know. And i literally and then you know when when when you get into a fight back in the day you take your shirt off. Send you fight desk. And it was. He was he was he was a gangster a real gangster and i see him and this is after i knew he had robbed my house and killed my dog and i'm looking at him and i just have that moment of like what do we do. I have to be on stage now. You know what i mean. So do i do. I start unleashing on. Julio in the bathroom. Or do i get on sage obvious. I got on stage. But i'm here to tell you when you're onstage performing in front of someone that evil you're not in the right space to create and it was just a real lesson in you know we already know that you have to be totally president confident in that place where you you want to just you know to creates on your highest level and i was just i was just unwatchable for that but it was. It's very difficult to perform for someone like that. That's not the question you ask that. Straight story way better response. Hey guys adam ray here for the about last night. Podcast as we've talked about on the show before. Look we're all trying to find out what's right for us in life in out of the bedroom but relationships should add value to our lives especially under the sheets with the windows. Closed the candles on and the music at full capacity. So why don't we think the same way about sex toys..

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"I was like oh okay and german get up and do twenty and we were like twenty one. That like twenty minutes of what's of standup twenty minutes of standup on live television. Wow yeah and then do a quick five around each one of the comics face white any just like okay okay. Okay and so. We went out to dinner and he goes all right. Here's the deal you're gonna tell me a story right now that you just jump on this story and i told the story about taking my mother to the golden globes and we ran into meryl streep and my mom literally frozen and couldn't move good. Speak long just like this. You know she's been my acting teacher to delta kid. We love for anyway so he goes to deal. Forget about doing standup. You can't learn this data to twenty four hours. He goes first of all. You have to play into what their perception of view is. They all think you're our goal so at various times you're going to get phone calls and tax and you're gonna just keep celebrating yourself with various offers and what. The plants plants this misconception. We don't have any time. And you're gonna continuously tried to tell the story plant himself in the second borodin you're gonna throw me out. We figured out a way to kabul twenty minutes on live television. I've never seen it. Because with what i know. Now it's the scariest thing in the world and ignorance was bliss. Because i did it. I just did it. I so it wasn't stand up. It will just like surviving a end the commitment on your part i feel like you've that's been a big no choice. Yeah well choice but you chose. I feel like an. It's a second nature. Move for you. And i feel like it's always been this if you're on the stage since you were fucking eight which is crazy to me. I mean especially in. Stand up. Because i've seen you just go you commit to stuff and that's one of the things i think we talked about where it was like and i think that's something that most comics i'm fifteen years in. Still try to challenge yourself with like whether it's a new bit or you're in the pocket onstage. Riffing on something just a fucking stay in it and not bail because you know you're you know you're going to be mad at yourself afterwards. You don't get to fully see how that bit was or grow. Your won't take steps backwards if you don't go for it and you know i just think that that's an easier said than done trade but i feel like you've had that for a hot minute and i'm sure that you've told me filming entourage. How much for a character like that. You the confidence level. I think just for you. Jeremy piven already at a at a sweet spot. But i mean you tell me. You're taking that up for our gold. Yeah i mean how much of that are you like. Nothing's gonna face this guy do you dissect things pre show of like all right here the times when this guy is gonna maybe show signs of i don't know true humanity or or not weakness but where he can wears buttons can get pushed to where he can kinda. You reveal a softer side. Yeah doug ellin wrote a brilliant script and and in a real interesting way. I think he might be. The real oregon. Old notes really truly bait is truly based on our emmanuel. Obviously who runs william morris endeavor and bought the ocd kind of titan in the entertainment industry and So it's based on him but the therapy scenes were kind of taken right from bugs life you know. And that's why they felt so real so if you just invest in all the gibbons and throw yourself in you. I was in good hands with that but that dialogue and i had to. It was my job to make it all feel improvisational when the reality is that he was really looking at every word and making sure that you know it was kind of like your tortured. Can't start riffing on. Can you imagine improv hebrew. I do. I do probably. Oh my god all right. This is not the way to people to come to your shows the last ten minutes i store readings like jesus christ will no. I mean it's because i grew up. I was the only white boy and so i was a terrible bar mitzvah student and the only way to learn by outdoor boards to do. It was to wrap it. So i stage at a certain point in my. I don't do anymore. But i would wrap in hebrew. You got me back. My interest is paid. Tanya beret shimada not iraq. May it's albion till sweat.

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

09:42 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"Fan. Big chicago bulls fan. What's this movie. Your relation with jamie foxx goes goes way back but is all star weekend. Is that movie still on the on the horizon. Well jamie's been we. We were filming it the evening. That trump was elected. Never forget it. I was one of the only white boys onset. Which reminds me of how i grew up because i grew up in this. No i'm not saying the real. Yeah that's not a joke. So i just i. I don't know if i've ever had better time by That castles it's terrible cast. It's like jamie and benita. Del toro junior longoria. It's it's a cast. You don't want us to do just filled with foot theat lincoln and jamie jamie's editing it for four years. I think you should take more time. I'm thinking no do. I think we're seventy you know. Put out the time to put it likely the smoker you know. Do you got to be featured in the the whole last dance experience. I was fucking crazy. Yeah i mean to show you how badly i wanted that. They came to me. And i thought it was a joke and i was like you know. They're like send us one thirty second clip of your of any funny story. You've got or any story of you know you. And and you know being a bulls fan. Whatever so. I sent them fourteen thirty second about the way. That's cut down. I to cut it down to fourteen for sure you know and i just i just wanted to go one for fourteen. That's it let me just go one fourteen and i. I made it in trying to do a bit. You know like and you know it's it was fun and and it was an honor. It was incredible. I you know i. I watched that to this day. And i think it's important for people to see because there was no social media then and you know there's not a real reference in real time for what. Mj was doing and you know the people the rest of his players really honest like they said he's an asshole and you know. She is filled with tough love. An mj was the first one to say it. Like this is who i am and this is what i believe it takes to win. And you're there with near against me and and you know it it worked it worked for him and it was just beautiful to see. It's so rare to see that because everybody on their best behavior now everyone. Everyone's doing some sort of performance gesture. A keyboard warrior showing that they're on the right side at all times. You know and this is a guy. Go into so i was was he a hero to. I mean every one that lived in chicago every time. I showed up someplace off. Like you. Just miss them jay. I know i was like what's going on. I just never saw forever ever and then and then you know. Like where were those plays like a panera bread or like a fucking hot. Tub factor like factor. I don't know. I don't know where you're going to hotel but i would like to go to a hot tub factory with you. I think we've been to one. I would watch. We shared hydrotherapy together as you do. I would love to watch an indie movie where you play struggling hot. Tub salesman in like the midwest ever see cedar rapids. I love that movie so good and so you as a what what the deal is if you're recently if the marriage is falling apart what's going on but you're trying to get you know. Maybe you inherited the hutto business. I don't know i'm spitballing here. But there's just i seal immediately. Just see you as this guy that were rooting for. That's fucking maybe puts his family in a in a winnebago. And it's like i need to fucking do some grassroots marketing to get. Get people back on board with hot tubs. Maybe the the depression hit. And that's what fucking you know. Listen i think. I think traveling talented town trying to get people into my adds up is not creepy at all. Great idea also email you a treatment and i and i said well that's a may and here's what the way the reason i have. I had this. Because i got tattoos my neck that who just i irish pride neck tattoo just went away because i just got done when students moving to terrence howard where i play a generational rates is from south austin. Seventy four during the during the the busing dismantling integration segregation situation. While by the times fast theater school vocal. Warm up the fucking interrogation. The this'll be unsuccessful. Sit this'll unsuccessfully. At three thousand through the by segregation bus seventy four car segregation. Sorry did you hear the news about the to jews. Who lost her shoes on the cruise pubic puke puke. I got so many okay. We're back way that's dope terrence howard. New that's a. That's a killer combo. I can't wait to see that be. I'll tell you how that came about I ran into him on the street. And i'm just wanted to these people who you know. Everyone's always playing. It's so cool. But i have no problem going up. You're the you're the same way no problem saying. Hey man i really love your stuff. I just you know why not so. I went up to him. And we were both young. And hadn't really done much our just tell them of watergate. After i thought he was by the way my battery. My battery is at a certain point. You're just gonna shut down. Great so i said we just keep going down in in honor of the jews. Maybe it'll be a hannukah miracle. Yeah whatever we got is whatever we were supposed to get sound. Good there you go. I let me let me pick up the pace. Yeah get you and terrence. Our boys next question can wait to see that jerry. you again. So many comedies. I mean from seinfeld to ellen. To larry sanders show to fuck too old. I mean it's like you you know. And then one of my favorite movies one of my favorite parts of yours. Quite honestly it serendipity like your fucking flawless in that and i think that movie is just very special and you cusak have the type of its. I found out years later. That you guys even homeys. And i'm like oh dub because that was a true like you know you wanna see that type of friendship in any movie between fellas but just especially for what that story was and who were to him it was like i don't know is that extra-special having already built in and is that easier for you way easier when you when you grow up with someone and you know Would he grew up with the work together. So we were you know doing. We're on stage together. Doing improv sets sketch comedy and whatnot and then Show we we understood the rhythm and and a lot of that stuff wasn't scripted and it was a blast That was and it was one of those things where it's at at the time i remember auditioning for not telling him and then calling them up and i was just so excited and yeah that was you know. It's one of those fun romantic comedies. That have kind of people talk about for some reason. When you're doing all these comedic performances was there ever a time when somebody ellen or cusak or somebody that then said like you ever done stand up because we that funny guy on set to like or were you just all business. I'm sure entourage were business. But i mean on all these shows where there's seems a little bit more looseness and there's not so much You know where you have so much of the meats to take care of you know. Just i've always been such a fan of it Starting with richard pryor And it just seemed like this insane proposition to transform the space by yourself like because you know what you're doing skits comedy you have everyone there with you figure it out together so we just never. It wasn't it wasn't something in reach. You know what i mean. It was just just wasn't something that we thought we could ever do. And we were always making each other laugh and and doing impressions and fucking around at all times. But it was never like. But i remember the first time i did stand up my agent said other. Something called a just for laughs. This little comedy festival and this is ten years ago. And so i thought he's like you should do and i trusted him and i go out there ahead of buddy of mine and we went out there and check it out and so we go. Let's check out the venue we go the night before and a robot he goes. What are you what is going to be asked of jeremy. What's going on here. They said okay. Well it's film lie..

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"Great time. And i was was a part of something. Incredible for for brief mullahs. When you're in chicago growing up and you said you got in a second city. Doing sketch and improv. Is it almost like if you have the acting or comedy bug in you. Is that just a move like when you're fortunate to be around it and have family. That's that's in the theater world already like it. Was it just an obvious like all right. Cool like when i get to the appropriate age. Second city is going to be part of the journey. Well yeah but i mean i. I had been started on stage at the theater at about eight years old. And so i was butchering check. And and i was butchering all the greats from a very early age. And so by the time you know you leave college at twenty three and i went to nyu and studied theater and blow. You know you. I immediately wanted to get into. Because i was watching evan huge fan so the move is to other or second city. So yeah that is the dream. That's the ultimate dream or the demise was really to be the first jewish linebacker but they don't have any five eight jewish linebackers. Why now with data and see. We're everyone that gets closest talks himself out of as like there's no way i'm gonna make it but there's not i mean i think we have. Maybe i dunno. Count them on your hand jewish athletes. That have really made a splash. Every time someone. I do a joke about that with you. Know not being really powerful. Nba jews and people always come up man for the shows and go jordan or december. Somebody i've never heard of. And i'm mike jordan farmers fine but like i'm talking like somebody that really is like i can't get a lot of media attention because he can't play on chabad so he takes off a game for the finals. You know what i'm saying. Somebody that's really dedicate if you know if michael jordan was like dude it's you know it's it's a coat like i'm not i always said i'm not playing on coat and a lot of non-jews again are like what the fuck is that is. That sounds that sounds like. We got some heroes. We got sandy colfax eshelman Julian adamant disa- tire. Yes right they're out there. They're out there my friend but i'm talking i'm talking to nba. They'll find find a basketball when for me. Amari starter mile convert converted and then blew out his knee. So it's like that fucking didn't do us any favours. Let me tell you something. I got my second bar mitzvah in israel in front of marist ottomar pictures. I'm going to send you pictures of the whalen wall. He watched me do by an or i swear to i to god. This sounds like a make a wish a situation. How did you get to come to your second more mitzvah. Who know we had a group of We had a group of of athletes and actors and just an incredible group. George saint pierre and whatnot and and we all went to israel together and we were. We're get seat. It was like a witch. It was incredible. Take as adema here for the about last night. Podcast are you man. What's up dude. Are you going bald. Sorry to edit. Three men will experience some form of hair loss by the time. That thirty five shet thirty nine. Well what if my shit starts to go. That's just my fucking journey and more than fifty million men in the. Us suffer from male pattern baldness. I got buddies that have gone bald family.

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"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"piven" Discussed on About Last Night

"We are rolling. We're rolling over rollers. We're oh we're in we're in we're in it here in about last night. Podcast with the one and only jeremy. Piven jeremy you you've done it all and now you're doing more than doing it all. I don't know how to start ever never know how to seeing you in an alley is is throwing me off but i also feel like as an actor as someone who started on the stage. You know you are someone who has to use your environments. I'm sure you started in those black box theatre days when there were no sets right and you had to truly use your imagination and assimilate i think is the word to your surroundings. Do you feel like do you feel like there's a spot that you need for jeremy piven to go to feel truly comfortable or you such a chameleon because you know again i'm gonna fly around here but going from the stage to now back to the stage to do stand up which are now Traveling the country doing and deep into the thick of it and of putting all the reps. Is there one place when you're not on stage that you go to like an alley way that you're in right now in colorado springs to decompress. You're not impressed on the road together. Many times kreil machines. Let me just say what. By the way i you know. I asked our man one time. I said listen. I'm playing a role where my characters much younger and do you have any advice. And he said oh absolutely he goes. You have to fast. He goes i go okay. No fast he goes. That's the fountain of youth. I go done. Because i need to look a lot younger and he goes because i'm thinking okay you know. They have intermittent fasting hours. They said that. I needed to fast for three days. And i was like brother by people went through the holocaust. Let me like. I wanna. I wanna sandwich. No no. i'm not gonna fat fast three days. Fuck no dude. Even win it. truly look. In the thick of my young kipper days. Which were the non-jews. That's that's when we repent for our sins by by. What is it forty eight hours. Not even to not eat or drink. It's really twenty four hours really twenty four. I'll be that was a lot as a kid especially a fact in seattle. When there's when it's during the rainy season. I mean there was always a roll the dice with fall weather in seattle when yom kippur fell. So if i couldn't even go outside to distract myself. And i'm indoors with the tv and what goes with the tv of your kid snacks. And if i can't. I mean it's just it was double trouble but yeah i don't know how many way to enter. It's a great way to introduce kids to religion. Starve them and make them feel guilty and repent for themselves their sins. So it's interesting. You brought up like you know in the beginning of the of your of your intro. What's like the weirdest kind of i've had. You don't understand like when i started in chicago theatre. We were doing a sorta theater company with john. Cusack called the new criminals and we were doing a play and the cast. Outnumbered the audience. Oh my god. Yeah and i playing a role in major league easily okay so i was playing a role and so i used to drive to milwaukee county stadium and then back for the curtain and i remember. I just barely made the curtain and was playing the wild man of borneo who is a man who was. They found him in the in the jungle. And so. I had no clothes on. And i wore pain on and i just sprinted onto stage and looked out and saw i usually end into the audience and do some madness and i did and then they got up and left and then we had lou eleven people in the audience. Half of them left so we were left with a few people at the very end. So you know. I've i come from a place where you know. I've seen these i've seen these rooms are heavy lifting. Do you Do you miss your theater days. Like i'm always fascinated by people that had such a such a big part of their start and end to transition to to film and tv and now stand up. Like which. I'm sure is filling that it's what i started. Stand up because i was doing so much not as much as you had done but high school and college. And i was like. I still need that live fix. So what's a way. I can get that immediately without having to try to find a show to get into and and get into one right. Here's a show. I can do right now. Even if it is for four people at midnight like do you. How often are you thinking back to those days with cusak and be like man. We should get the band back together and and put it on other show or is that like chapter of your life kind of putting on pause right now. So you know. It's this this journey right now as you know more than anyone fulfills so many needs yet because you know you're on the road performing all the time it's funny. I went to movie recently..

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We Must Implement Our Own BDS Movement Against Marxism

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 11 months ago

We Must Implement Our Own BDS Movement Against Marxism

"And I point out in American Marxism that as a general matter where feasible We must institute are BDs movement against the influences of American Marxism. Adopted Cloward and Piven type approach of overwhelming their system. Crashing their system, then blaming the system and taking control of that system. But in this case, the system being that which has been created an instituted by these Marxist based movements. You hear me, saying this phrase Marxist marks this based movements and so forth, and so on. Yeah. Uh, you will, uh, in an opportunity to learn all about them. When you read the earlier part of the book where we're Sahlin skis rules for radicals number 13 should be used where appropriate as well. Pick the target freeze and personalize it and polarizing. Alinsky wrote, in part. Obviously, there's no point to tactics and last month is a target upon which to center. The attacks. Barack Obama learned at the knee of Alinsky, as did Hillary Rodham Clinton. Also remember there's There's power in numbers. The teachers union antifa, BLM, the others understand this sum

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China says politics behind US call for virus origin probe

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

China says politics behind US call for virus origin probe

"China has accused the Biden administration of playing politics by pushing for a new investigation into the origins of the corona virus which was first detected in China in late twenty nineteen president Joe Biden has also intelligence officials to double up efforts to find and also to the origins including investigating the possibility that it came from a Chinese Navratri China's foreign ministry spokesperson said that Piven's order said the US does not care about facts or truth nor is it interested in serious scientific origin tracing China also fired back that the US should also open itself up to investigations and it's ten laps like the ministry's fort Dietrich base on Karen Thomas

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Chelsea Handler says she'll pay 50 Cent's taxes if he drops Trump support

The Cruz Show On Demand

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Chelsea Handler says she'll pay 50 Cent's taxes if he drops Trump support

"Chelsea handler has something to say to fifty cents after fifty cent said that he was voted for trump because of the whole tax situation with binding and whatnot. So essentially, she said that he was no longer her favorite ex-boyfriend fifty cents said Oh my God this is expecting my love life now at Chelsea Handler, I love you gator Donald Trump and Joe. Biden come between is growing. Then she clapback and said this hey, effort I will pay your taxes in exchange for you come to your senses happily black lives matter. That's you remember.

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"piven" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"piven" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dot com This week, Chicago's best is hitting the streets in the city and the suburbs joined the team as they roll out Chicago's best food trucks. Sunday night at 10 30 on W. G. N t V 8 22 Talking with Dean Richards. This is sad news about the roots musician, isn't it? Yeah, he's one of the pioneers. Of hip hop music. Really Malik B is how fans know him. He is Malik Abdul Baset, who has been one of the co founders of The roots that you see the part doing the music on Jimmy Fallon cause of death. Not released. Hey, was only 47 years old Quest, love and black thought. Released a statement saying May he be remembered for his devotion to Islam, his loving brotherhood and his innovation. That's one of the most gifted emcees of all time, so it's a It's a big loss in hip hop music for sure. There's another story in the news today about musicians protest ng the use of their music and political campaigns. We hear about this all the time. And does it ever really work? I mean the cease and desist these these protests go on, but it seems like the political campaigns continue to use this music doesn't Yeah, it seems like they are just continuously ignored the cease and desist orders. And you know the artists that have been affected by this Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, You know they they are, you know, kind of putting out a warning before they actually file Legal action against the politicians who have been doing this, most notably, it's been the Trump campaign that's been using artist music without permission. That's against the law. You're not. You're not supposed to do that. And you know it. They've been warned with the cease and desist orders. So yesterday, uh, a letter was sent by 50 musicians sent out to both the Democratic and Republican parties. To stop using music for political purposes without permission. The letter was signed by Elton John. All of the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Lionel Richie, the group Lincoln Park, Green Day. Elvis Costello, John Mellencamp, Lord Cyndi Lauper. Is a long long list of artists who are all participating in this And you know, the letter is basically saying that it's inappropriate to use this music because it implies that the artist supports a particular candidate or platform over another. And that's why permission should be, you know, given and when your you know when you're using somebody else's music for anything, whether it's radio or TV or music used in a public place or music you hear in a store when you walk in a restaurant. You're supposed to pay for all that It's the property of the musicians and the writers, So we'll see if this puts any teeth into it, and it stops happening. Or if politicians are just going to continue to ignore. This will see and now on to Dean Richards, lifestyles of the rich and famous and we have a house for sale to report. You know, anytime I can help, you know poor celebrities try to sell their modest properties. I always give it a shot Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. Ah have listed this cozy, little charming five bedroom 4.5 bath. Whom that they have. Oh, yeah, it's oceanfront property in Malibu, by the way. J. Lo once described this house as a fixer upper when they first bought it a year ago. Andi. It's been completely rehab, now 4400 square feet three levels. It has a 50 foot private oceanfront beachfront real estate. Section to it the asking price on this very modest $7.9 million. They bought it from Evanston's own Jeremy Piven. For $6.6 million just a year ago. So you know if they come close to their asking price that's gonna make a $1,000,000 plus in Ah, year. Poor J. Lo Pour a rod. You know, Once they get rid of this, they're gonna have to figure out where to live. Well, they've only probably got about eight other home, another home in Miami, another home in the Hamptons, another home in Bel Air, and another in Encino, California For some reason, you keep that he keep that straight. I mean, I look at the pile of bills. I have it in the house and trying to keep up with things. And how do you do that? When you have all those houses? I guess you have staff to do that, right? I I guess so. But I don't imagine either of those two are doing any dusting or clean or Bill paying themselves, Probably right about that. Ah, Tracy Morgan got AH report on his love life here. What's going on? I'm sad to hear the story After five years of marriage, Tracy Morgan Has announced that his wife, Meghan, and he will be filing for divorce. This is I mean, it's a significant story. Something obviously happened in their relationship, but She was the one who was there for Tracy after he got into that terrible car truck accident. Back in 2000 and 12. In fact, Meghan Wa lover is her name, said at the time after almost losing Tracy last year. I'm grateful. To finally be married to the love of my life. We've been through so much, and our love is stronger for it. And then, shortly after that, Tracy was going on all the talk shows talking about how much Ah, what a great support. His wife was. What great help she was to him and his recovery. He's saying I live every day trying to do right by her so some, we don't know what you know what's happened in their relationship. Frankly, it's their business, not ours, but Marriage is breaking up. They do have a seven year old daughter. Unfortunately. Unfortunately, that the marriage is breaking up, right? And on a happy note here. It's Ah, Happy birthday to the great buddy guy Young 84. And was it yesterday that it was Norman Lear is 90th birthday 88 years old on DH. Ah, you know, just well, he's the greatest guy. He was here in Chicago. About a year or so ago, I had the honor of hosting a Q and a with him at the music box Theatre, he sharpies with it. He's hilarious. He's still prolific after all of the groundbreaking shows that he created over the years Still working on great projects. But here's what I love a 98 year old guy who's on Instagram. He posted Oops. There, we just lose. Dean's got thoughts about turning 98 years old. Here's.

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"piven" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"piven" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The I heart radio but it is different billable Sunday yeah you you you hear tutti frutti here or do all the other little Richard heads that one girl can have it as gotten no love this weekend will Richard dying on Friday and that movie that song for me Jayne Mansfield movie otherwise thoroughly forgettable branches in here until ten PM also live streaming on the the you to go to and sheep yourself dot com and you'll be redirected to the the you tube video I just tweeted that out okay so the ruling is the the rule that that I have with birthday boy every scar is no spoilers because I'm I'm watching the Jordan documentary with the sound down but I'm still seeing you know what what the subjects are and then all of a sudden around six thirty tonight I see Jeremy Piven trending on the Twitter machine and he's a he's a but you know you know when when you saw him he was in entourage he's in he's he's he's the wing man in every movie he's the major healing of the nineties and the two thousand he said he's been the lead I think N. one Netflix show Selfridges but you know when when you see him he's best known for getting work somehow so our golden iconic character and I just you know I I watch ten minutes of entourage I'm a big entourage I just I may maybe it's because I live here I just don't get what you know I'm and so the deal is there's the show right there's the content of the show but I won't spoil any of that for you but you know they have those rejoins those like trivia yeah yeah is that part of the show in your world no okay no we can we can talk about that well for some reason they people like eat you have a ten part series about Michael Jordan and before you ever get lebron James face time in the documentary Jeremy Piven yes the telecom Brady jokes so this is why.

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"piven" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"piven" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A great respect and admiration for Jeremy Piven left what a great with a laser focus actor I mean Jeremy Piven is world famous comedic actor known as our you golden HBO's entourage kind enough to join us he's performing September twenty first at Hunter College at Cape Playhouse Hey Jeremy we really privileged to have you on the show man how you doing this morning my friends I'm good how are you man good good management lest honestly was backstage at a Bruce Springsteen concert your member I think we're at the met life for at the Meadowlands or something right and it was great to see you a you owe your New York guy Chicago die but you always admired Springsteen Jeremy absolutely I've been a fan of his for for years after that they took the the wrecking ball to that stadium at right after that that was that was very is exactly right it was great to be yeah I got it I have to tell yet and I'm a huge fan and a and then people gonna go we're gonna tell everybody at September twenty first header college when everybody to go and I wanna talk about you but when you did when you did that I recall character brother I got to I think I told this when I saw him in person it was that he was so focused on this so far that was one of the great I'll tell you what is really one of the great performances I've ever seen him as ari gold what was the impetus to that and your inspiration for that character our world the whole thing was based on on Wall burglaries and he had you know obviously has announced rise and there is an alley in his life are you mad world is the agent you know who runs endeavor William Morris endeavor and he's you know a major player in Hollywood and so there are all those people that are perpetrated the show actual people in his life that's so funny man so that that was an actual character but just a guy I mean the energy that you put the energy that you have on camera my brother was just brilliant it was absolutely brilliant and then and then from my reason tells you just started Peter Chicago I'm sorry I should know this yeah I ES Arjun's either started actually be up at seven PM back but that we have with the there and I've been on stage since I was a kid and yeah I was probably forty movies in the end of my career and I remember I won the first year I did odds are that one the fresh faced the year award at thirty seven and I said there was nothing fresh about my face wait while your parents were actors and they had the Piven theatre in Chicago exactly so yeah I've been I've been doing it my whole life basically you know I know some people think they think that entourage was a a documentary and that I actually will Kerry told me was a fictional character yeah we we yeah we do that but by god you but that's because you were so out that big when you put it and you did Larry Sanders show man yet you know you were you were the head writer on the Larry Sanders show and we you work with rip torn what was ripped like to work with that you know god rest his soul he passed away recently use yeah this is really a brilliant actor he was he was perfect in that role and there's no like if I've ever used to living in Texas and we would fly in due to some of the stuff and just let the amazing life had is is that an entity you know it's under the radar that gave it to Hollywood it is saying it one of one of the legend yeah America is a great actor is well mannered tight he is so tell us what you gonna do we gonna do September twenty first in New York is going to be a hunter because a K. play out because you've you've do you still do stand up correct yeah I mean people don't they don't know and I think what's interesting is they see but I'm going to be coming to the theater to I don't know what I'm doing and it's that I love that because I grew up but you know on the stage and and was doing sketch comedy awards second city and all roads pretty much right now lead to stand up and so it is a chance for people to see who I am not a fictional character but who are you to set.

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"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And then we'll sell billions of dollars of junk to scare mama. That's what it is one hundred percent with this business. Sorry. Well, you're right. And this might scare you too on the other hand. Because of course, they're saying that doesn't mean you should stop using sunscreen. However, the researchers measured the concentration of four different active ingredients in the bloodstream from that three remained in the bloodstream up to seven days. One chemical showed up in the breast milk. And they said you hit your limit of having it in your body after two hours. So if you keep replying, it's just getting worse. And meanwhile, that chemical the one that shows up the breast milk, it's Oxy Ben's on. That's also the one that's scientists believe to be talked to coral reefs. That's why Hawaii's band that kind of sunscreen that contains it because all the coral reefs are trying white instead of vibrant color. So all the folks that are talking about coral reefs or the environment or those own or anything gonna make a big state. Oh there. To say shit care, by the way. This doesn't follow their theme theme is we gotta go make. We gotta make sure there's no nuclear power plants belt. Not this shit being applied say they pick. And choose a second secondhand smoke. And no nukes the part. We rub the poison on your kids, and they absorb nodding not interested. That's what good mom's still, right? That's good. That's good bad stuff. I would imagine you guys know this better than me. But I would imagine some of it comes a lot of sure it comes from scare tactics for sure, but I imagine a lot of it comes from peer pressure, shaming friend. That's part of the hair luck. They do kind of the scare meets love. And then society just kicks into overdrive every time, I tell people I don't use shampoo. Everybody goes, oh, it's so groans. And that would affect me if I didn't think you're fucking imbecile. And I was genius. And I knew everything so if I had little cracks of doubt that were entering I would go. Rose. Instead, I know everyone's fucking stupid. And so I just don't do it. But that's how it worked. Most people are wired that way once everyone starts. When people start casting that I upon them. And they they start judging them, then they cave, and they do it. All right. Well, Netflix has announced its first original game show and many people are really disturbed by it. It's called flinch, and it seems to be a game where people receive electric shocks fail at a challenge. People's somebody called it. Fear factor not haw because this little barn and in Ireland. So it's film on on a farm in Northern Ireland. Contestants must try to not flinch when loud air horns blasted in their ears paint balls or shot at them Joan Maghera hosted a show like this was your heart rate. It was trapped in that chair the chair. I remember the alligators and she'll go for heart rate. But I'll show you. I'm gonna show you guys the trailer. Maybe we can put it up the trailer shows people sitting in a makeshift bar and holding out these two rods inside of these metal circles. So if they flinch and the rod hits, the circle they operation. Yeah. Exactly. So there's Jack in the boxes there's rats. There's all kinds of stuff and like in the rat. One your finger will. Snapped. If you flinch from the rat social media reaction to the show has been overwhelmingly negative people are calling it torture disguised as entertainment, I'm going to show, you some of the trailer. Call your own out because I know you don't love this kind of thing. Adam it's pretty crazy. Lynch, you way, players are about to have your bravery push to the max, the flinches consequences for you. Point. Flinches release to be crowned the winner. Not ready. The games begin. Good at this game. Great. Once you tell me it, mathematically, it's not gonna happen. Then I would be fine with it. Yeah. I don't stand chance. So just all these little torture games..

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"By stamps dot com. Mailbag? We got some good stuff. I don't know if you've seen this yet. But it's a portrait of you atom with boxing gloves on really looking serious really looking to fight. It says, hey, Adam you are talk. Oh bell. Material. Don't ever let anyone tell you different. Enjoy. Evan and it is painted out of Taco Bell sauce, the sauce pack. I love that include the sauce pack, and it would not resonate as thank you. I saw that online and I loved it. But I gotta hang that. It's shell put it up. We've looked put up everything here the hallways of this. Shop the other shop and studios everything there Dohrn with these pictures. So thank you very much. Evan and. I appreciate it. If you guys ever been really, well, don't to it's really well done. And if the painting I'd like to find Yoko Ono and just go, hey, guess what? A guy did hack taco sauce creatively. What you couldn't achieve eighty six years. Trying. I was stoned. A taco packet. And he's he's better than you are typically, and if you wanna get not Taco Bell material, by the way, please go to chassis to us in wire items or Amazon watch it, please. And then tell me about it. I love it. When you guys see that special. Go ahead Gina grad, Adam and the rest of the crew I was sifting through some scraps in the woodshop when I found some pieces that can only really be used for small projects like cheese boards coasters that are included in this package. I've never paid anything for the enjoyment. I get from listening to the show. So I hope you'll enjoy your gifts not count..

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So then I had a super confusing conversation with max Pat about why do we have grout hawk middle. Why don't we just go right to her going thing about Dave hills? He played what we're in the ground. Now, I was more confused than Christmas. Confused. Chris had no idea what I'm talking about. I was like, obviously, there's a cut there because we're talking about NPR. And then we're talking about crowd, and some things there that was frightening frightening conversation, and then he was confused about what I was saying. I'm saying just go right to her going. There started the thing about David that's natural break. That's a brand new thoughts. Subject change, the see the part that. I thought you had a problem with was you said it was you didn't say this. But the part that I saw Chris what I don't say. What Chris here's the part that. I thought he had a problem with was oh, we went from grout to get tar. So I look. That that transition, and I thought okay. And I went back to show, and that's how it really went. And then you said, no, it's why did we even get into the grout talk. And that's I was looking at the for the Ryan. Well, here's what I'll deputize you with being a human being. And then now, you can listen to things no matter what you think I said and go whether we're talking about NPR, and then they start talking about real estate prices and grout done the only didn't notice the end it like all of a sudden, it was just from one to the other. It was a perfectly clean saying. It was perfectly clean. I do. I was walking my dog. And I didn't hear the at either. Okay. Good. And I know my abilities. And I know how I work and also no it's utterly insane. That we're talking about NPR hose for five minutes, and then I got into the middle of Detroit real estate and then grout, and then tile and other three people in the room with me were in on it as well. He kept up. I said it's smooth is that. Physically was it's insane. That that's how the conversation went. So there must be an edit there. And then I also use my deductive reasoning. And I realize oh that edit is there to get to Alison and her tar in twenty seconds. And then I went why didn't we just put it right in front of that? I'd like to hear version of that max patta. Okay. We do that. We can do that play one more time. And you'll hear again, there is no bump I wish there was something that lets you sonically. No. But if you were reading it like a transcript it would sound insane. From the discussion also mex- bad idea. What about? After listening to it. You're thinking that it is why wasn't that chosen the point? That's Geos edit and God if GIO I know you're listening. I'm sorry. No, look, he's got to get better than editor. Which is you look on the first one you had me going. Let's take a break. Perfect easy cut it right there. The second one you had us get to the end of NPR talk and then house and go eight and no Dave could play the guitar would have been would sound like we're switching gears to that subject..

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Good carpenters work every single day feel the same way with stand up. Stand up is to show business what carpentry is to employment. You know what I mean? Like that good stand up always works. No matter what the politics. No matter what the Twitter are whatever. You're absolutely right now at the variable that in this. Sereno where it is our only last kind of place where we can embrace our freedom of speech, and that's kind of inquest in a little bit right now and people are tiptoeing whatnot. So yes, we do need a carpenter. But what if he's not allowed to use all of his toolbox some heavy analogies? I'm laying right now. Can you feel it? I can feel it on stage. I feel like you. I mean, I think seinfeld's talked all comedians of help felt this feeling like you go. Oh, you know last week. I was on stage. I was like, oh, it's Cinco Demayo. All right. Let me make this. What am I Mexico jokes? And I could feel outings. You feel it feel them sort of lean back or shrink a little oxygen. I actually told a joke and about the fact that I don't know if you remember this when they sent the Rams home with the Kansas City Chiefs because the field conditions in the NFL when they were in Mexico. Do you remember this share, and what was the variable? Shakira had ripped off the field. Right. So you're telling me an fell that you couldn't find a gardener in Mexico City. But you know, what I mean? And I'm not racist. You are and they were all laughing. But the reality is I I'm just stating the truth that they literally the NFL was like we can't fix this field. We can't find anyone to help us. And that's that's not me being racist..

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Your flu vaccine or your chocolate power power eight vaccine Chinese the not leave it behind and you've accomplished that morning. Yes. So everybody just sort of figure out. And if you do little indicators like ooh were switching switching Tuesday to Wednesday because Drew's traveling that'll be a red flag. Now, it'll be time to check and see your Jeremy Piven what's going on. Yes, it's helpful or you can just lead a life of my bad. But you don't wanna lead that life. All right. I got a lot to big bucks. That's a legal pad. I got I got tons and tons of stuff court this I been make I just sit around and make notes all day. But all right. Max, Pat, where do you want to do you wanna start here? Let's go with let's go with your article in the Las Vegas review journal. Okay. Interesting all part of the big theme. Which is I was reading an article from Las Vegas journal review. And it was it was a kind article about Kimmel opening as club and. It was. There's two kinds of there's two kinds of articles that can be written on you. Now. It's love this guy, and total douchebag. There's no more. Just I write an article on you. You get labeled like, oh, all right podcast soon. As you start seeing labels. I know where this is going or there's another version of it working go happy version, but there is no more reporting. There's just happy version. Sad version all part of the new world order in journalism so outright probably Jimmy Kimmel opens a comedy club. Right. So jimmy. So people tweet me this article and articles like Jimmy opened this thing and Jimmy's a hometown..

"piven" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"piven" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Recommend used cars. All right. Great new shout. Select blue Ray of it that looks like they shot it yesterday. Check it out picking up. Right. I'd like to see that movie. You never seen it. I've never seen it. And I feel like that's killer. That's what. Oh god. What was that movie? With Jeremy Piven that sucked the goods, I feel like that's what the goods was supposed to be a nod to that kind of it was, you know. And I thought the goods had a couple of laughs for sim laps. Putty. Neal Brennan directed it. So I was happy for him. But I think overall the movie was not good. Yeah. Well, it kind of it kind of fell into the mix of all those that was went all the every movie had those goofy titles like the right goods the legend of Ricky jer vacc-. Yeah. Or whatever said Ricky's your vase, we'll speak in a regular investment, hop in and do one more. I watched the first season of Ricky debases afterlife. I had of course, deeply loved the office. And I deeply loved extras. And then as they went on I kind of started losing interest. They were terrible. But they just weren't amazing. Then I really dropped out. I didn't even watch Derek. I thought this seems borderline offensive. I don't want any part of this. It wasn't a -fensive. It was just too. Schmaltzy schmaltzy. Yeah. It was just like really desperately trying to tug at your heartstrings. But then it would be really funny at times right to be honest. I try to not let myself get sucked away, and how annoying wreckage obeys is in person and online I still like him as a performer when he's not trying so hard to be cheeky, whatever I love the David Brent movie. I thought it was hilarious. It was very funny and afterlife is a show about a guy who's just basically an asshole after wife dies and just a huge Astle and keep seeing visions of her drinks too much. He does drugs tries to forget his wife is asshole everybody. And then basically, you're watching does he or does he not change his ways? And it's a very very simple story. Very simply told it takes three hours of your time to watch the entire season. I don't feel it was time wasted. I don't feel. It was any sort of classic. But it's entertaining. It's funny. It's your face it his most likeable in quite some time. Although there are about eight. Eight thousand too many jokes about Twitter trolls, and you're like Ricky not everybody in the world has Twitter. Trolls step away from Twitter. I I have no interest in saying, I'm Ricky Jurvetson fan for the most part you did Derek. But you're not gonna do afterlife. I did some Derek didn't do all of it. Because look, I think the first really good thing. He made it was with Stephen merchant. And it was life's too short with Warwick Davis. I like left sushi. But I felt that I felt that you know, look, it's the it's the sum is greater than is greater than the parts. And I really enjoyed. Hey, ladies, but it was missing a really like Tele ladies allow alleged excuse me. But it was missing to me the bite of Ricky Jay vase, and I liked Derek. But it was missing to me the bounce that Stephen merchant brings into it. But so, you know, them without one another, and it's the same thing. I enjoyed the the David Brent movie as I said, I was very funny. But it it becomes so schmaltzy. Yeah. You know? And there's it's he he wants to be Robin Williams. He makes these things now where they're funny, and then there's a scene where you're supposed to cry. Right. And I felt that this new movie was very clear shade like or this new TV show looked like at least an I might be wrong. And I'll watch it if you know, I'll give it a shot. Well, I can't because deflects but what I saw on. These trailers was looked to me like a sort of a Malcolm of of Ricky Gervais, cliches, like I'm gonna play the guy that has the shark thing to say about humanity and kind of hates everybody from the outside a darker..

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