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Ian Prior Explains Loudoun County Superintendent, School Board Knew About Rape in Bathroom

Mark Levin

01:22 min | Last month

Ian Prior Explains Loudoun County Superintendent, School Board Knew About Rape in Bathroom

"Ian Pryor is one of the patriots leading this movement in loudoun county To take the schools back from the radicals Ian prior is on the phone right now Ian how are you sir I'm great Mark Thanks for having me Give a little bit of breaking news What is it Yeah that's right According to W COP for those that have been following the route and county controversy they received an email through the freedom of information act that showed that on the day of the alleged sexual assault back in May the superintendent informed the entire school board via email that there was a sexual assault in a bathroom Now people should remember that the same superintendent three weeks later said at a public school board meeting that he was unaware of any records of sexual assault in bathrooms and then the school board recently said they were not aware of any details of this story until news reports came out Of course the horrific part of this story obviously the first alleged sexual assault but this kid was then allowed to transfer to a different school where he allegedly sexually assaulted someone two weeks ago This is on loudoun county public schools This is on the superintendent This is on the school board We have been fighting these people for months And this is why we've been able to get to the bottom and get the truth out They have put students behind politics and this is the result

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Michael West as "Tree"   A Comedy Interview   Show #84 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Michael West as "Tree" A Comedy Interview Show #84 - burst 01

"But he's a big guy that has seen a block out the sun. He wore a black leather jacket. Like kind of like you'd picture from the biker movies and black leather chaps and and was kind of an intimidating figure. Well okay you were scary looking guy you would come on stage in everybody in the room would kind of lean back a little bit and what was so interesting was that you had this kind of scary big persona on stage but off stage. A lot of the staff commented on you being one of nicest guys they ever worked with and by the way. Thank you for that When i told several the old staff people that i was going to be interviewing you. They were not only a very excited. That we connected but wanted to share that you're one of their favourite people to work with because you were such a nice guy off state so there's that but then when i would go through the rules at the beginning of my set rule number one was always tip your server would. Yeah we reinforce. The course of the evening because i came from a background of like over thirty years in food and beverage the bartender by cook in my mom's restaurant when i was thirteen. So so food beverages my blood. We'll show you imagine this. Big intimidating guy Laid out in black leather coming out and pointing at the audience. And saying you will tip the waitresses. I learned. I learned to why you say the word server servers. Well there you go but still. It was a great way to start off your set. So let's let's back up a little bit. Because i know what Working with you how. That was it laughs but Share with the audience. How did you kind of fall into. Stand up comedy. It's something that i had. Since i was a kid and i'm probably dating myself but growing up watching the old ed sullivan show and shows variety shows I always loved the when the comedian came again. You like checking green myron cohen You know the old borscht belt comics the first ones and then Involved into you know cosby carlin's Which she prior. Before he turned into richard pryor notice when people were watching. You know family watching it. Everybody was laughing and so everybody was in a good mood. And i always liked

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Nicole Richie's Hair Catches Fire at 40th Birthday Party

Daily Pop

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Nicole Richie's Hair Catches Fire at 40th Birthday Party

"Get lit but things got a little bit at nicole. Richie's fortieth birthday party. Literally she caught on fire wash terrifying moment. Nicole's hair went up in flames laughing at i. What in the world. She thought it was funny until she realized her entire head was on fire. Firstly giggle did you see that little spotted by the ritchie had flashbacks to richard pryor. Nope i've seen this before. We are not going there. What would you

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Pittsburgh Steelers Release Six-Time Pro Bowl Offensive Guard David DeCastro

ESPN Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Pittsburgh Steelers Release Six-Time Pro Bowl Offensive Guard David DeCastro

"The Steelers released six time Pro Bowl guard David DeCastro, according to ESPN. Steelers reporter Brooke Pryor. This is somewhat surprising. This was always going to be a rebuilding year, but it kind of felt like De Castro was anchoring this line at right guard with him gone, there's one returning starter and that's in troops of work for who is likely going to be moving from the right tackle to the left tackle spot. The Steelers are gonna have to figure out something there, whether it's signing Veteran right guard like a guy in trade Turner because, yes, they drafted a first round running back and now you hear us, He can create a lot. He cannot create all of his own holes.

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"pryor" Discussed on Hire Power Radio

Hire Power Radio

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"pryor" Discussed on Hire Power Radio

"You need to stop throwing spaghetti against the wall and playing the volume game and using an effective well-thought-out digital writing strategy to make sure you get and keep their attention hannah thanks so much for your time investments today and i want to welcome you to the higher power radio community now. What would be the best way in which members of the audience can reach you. I'm all over lincoln. And as far as i'm the only hannah priors. They can find me there. And i do have a website. It's called the recruiters copy clinic. It's not just for recruiters. Its founders entrepreneurs business leaders. Anyone who gets involved in hiring can has any interest in talking about their sales messaging. If you go to recruiters copy clinic dot com you can find out more. they're awesome. Well i want to thank our listening audience for this week's episode of higher power quick. Thanks to our team. Brian colbourne andrea balance and illegit yard. If you're listening to.

Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

"A popular comedian who work closely with Richard Pryor has died perhaps you are not as familiar with Paul Mooney as many others are but if you have ever crack yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy or even homey the clown from in living color you definitely know his work mony has died he was seventy nine his publicist says he died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland California Muni and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late nineteen sixties they went on to write episodes of Sanford and son and prior insisted on having morning aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in nineteen seventy five other comedians like chip Helen Murphy made use of movies biting wit and heart age as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor and truth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79

The Dori Monson Show

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79

"He collaborated with comedic stars like Richard Pryor and Dave Chappelle. Comedian and actor Paul Mooney has died at the age of 79 or Allison Keyes has a look back. Paul Mooney was beloved by many for his sharp wit and biting racial commentary, leading fans to ask questions like Must Everything Be Race? Yes, everything money, was head writer for the Richard Pryor Show and also wrote for the classic TV programs. Good Times and Sanford and son. Confronting racism in ways not often seen on television from a stand up performances. Jesus is black and so is clear. Patrick know your history to his guest appearances on the Dave Chappelle Show, where he did Mooney on movies. Tom Cruise, He's The Last Samurai. Give me a Break. Allison Keyes. CBS

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Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"In that game and so was rich. Egan the guy who owns vagrant records are owned vagrant records. And i literally. We just kept pushing so like when you when you push and ceelo. Everyone has to throw in again and it was. I think it was twenty dollar hands at gotten up like nine hundred dollars and i rolled ceelo which means i just grabbed all the money and ran onto the bus. And i remember. It'd be like we're gonna roll a give a rule again like now fuck you. I got kids weird. That's really weird. Weird took place either often. I don't play for that much money but it my my wife taught my kids how to play it and then all of a sudden her competitive side came out when she was playing. Ceelo with the kids. it's a horribly addicting game when you're start playing it because you can. You can win but then you when you lose you lose a lot and you lose fast and it's bad and then yeah but then the worst part is people wanna play again to get their money back. Well the the reason that one is such a big deal to me is that like it was revenge four when we were making something home about basically we would go into john. Cohen's office we're in. La he's the other guy who owned vagrant for those who don't know and he would reluctantly gives us our premiums for the week bar are like food money. And then we would walk into rich's office and play ceelo with their premiums enrich always take our money. He would always win and i've lost money to him. I've lost money caraba. And i'm just like is it. The wealthiest guy always wins at ceelo. Like is that how. Worst game. Though i watched her crew at all the time and just get live bid for each other when they lose much money. Honestly i don't. I don't think maybe that may have been the last time that i like gambled properly gam- gambling without stakes doesn't really have a lot of money at the time so but gambling without stake. I remember being in my twenties and go to the casinos and kansas city. In having twenty dollars last twenty dollars to my name and turning it into sixty dollars and that was like the greatest feeling. I've ever felt and never gonna be able to replicate that we went to taco bell. It was amazing. Good sixty dollars. A taco bell goes a long way. I didn't spend sixty dollars at taco bell. All right last two questions. Do you have any consistent practices or habits that are hopeful for you right now. So my big thing. Right now is i've been taking. These are probably gonna have to stop since getting colder. But i've been going on these really long walks like i'll probably walk like ten eleven miles a day just because i just for my own mental health. We have a treadmill. And i'll i'll do that. I try to meditate every day at least flicked ten twenty minutes. But i think something that i really notice. I got real dark over the summer. Especially when all the post george floyd. Blm processed stuff was happening. Got real like hopeless and full of despair. And i really found that i need to have some sort of even if it's just walking some sort of exercise which had known for a while but it really so. Yeah that's that's that. Cook everything i. I'm the one who cooks for the whole household to like get up in the i'll get up in the morning i'll go for like an hour and a half long walk. Come home. everybody'll be waking up. And then i'll start making them breakfast. Those you walking early morning not early early like around eight eight or nine but my kids are older. They don't they. Don't get up early. i've team. How old are your kids. Don't have to get a preschool. Well they've been doing virtual school for a couple of years now not a scheduled on now so their transition into like at home learning wasn't really a big deal. Okay because now my kids have to get. Even though they're doing distance learning to get up and start at a certain time so lawn. My my daughters graduated lillies eighteen. She's crazy she gets up and goes to work just weird. That's what kind of meditation do you do. I've just been using that head space or you know just kind of like it seems fairly rudimentary but it just taking that time you know. Take ten minutes. Take twenty minutes just like not. Try not to think. I think really helps me like my anxiety flares up. It's actually something that i thought about really specifically the first time that we did. Where's the band on the west coast. And you me aunt and chris and i remember getting into the three of us like you drove up or maybe we started in san diego. You drove down. But i remember having this really wild like anxiety. I'm not supposed to be here. what am i doing here like. Why am i here. No one wants to see me play. This is ridiculous. And i didn't realize until the last couple of years that that's actually anxiety and i just thought it. I just thought it was part of the part of the deal like this is just like part of my day and you know in these times periodically. The news will trigger me. And i'll go until like a you know he's trying to plan a coup like just like into some other stuff that happened over the last year. That was really difficult. I would find myself going. Like i need to just stop and sit and reset and that meditation has been helpful with them. It's funny what you're saying about things eddie. Because it i think everyone has that where there's things that are going on inside of you that you never realize maybe not everyone is going through that or like dealing or maybe. There's a way to not have to deal with that or and i've come to the realization. That like a lot of my anxiety comes from waiting in anticipation. So like even though. I know as soon as i walk on stage. I am absolutely in control of that situation. The ten minutes before we go on stage i might have an anxiety attack Just like i don't know. What am i doing that kind of thing. And it's just it's something that i think i've always had but i never knew how to label it until fairly recently and so now i tried to communicate that to my bandmates. What's wrong with you. I'm like i'm having a panic attack about something. That isn't weird like a regular show. Yeah i have a very recently. I've started to take an hour before. We play and disappear because i have a lot of social anxiety and Same takes a bunch of energy to try to be backstage. There's people that are trying to you all especially if it's like a small space all things but it's like in that moment my brain knows you're gonna go on stage that requires energy to freaking out. We can't do all of this. And and but i just try power through it but it's never like good for me and i started so i was like okay before i'm going on the bus and i've been playing zelda which is nice just zoning out like zero thought about show. I'm going to be in high rural running around whatever and then i'm going to get ten minutes four minute walk in p. throwing ears am i going to say and it's gonna be blessed and i like i don't have anticipatory stress or i don't have social anxiety and whatever so then then after the show i can hang or before that our i can hang. No i have that time it's great. I think that's really cool. I have found actually kind of i do that by actually trying to engage socially i mean social as i can be a relatively antisocial person but like with my band mates or whomever else is backstage. And just like shooting. The shit telling jokes make people laugh or whatever In to the point where you go like i was time for. Yeah yeah it's it's the same sort of thing but yeah it's that as the the profit. Tom petty once said the the waiting is the hardest part. Okay last question. I thought to be very thought of that one earlier. I just want to say the prophet. Tom petty o back that too. So it's going to ask you. Do you do new year's resolutions. And if you do what is yours. Commu new years revolutions revolutions to be honest. I i for a long time. I was really against the concept of new year's resolutions. Because it kind of felt like it was really arbitrary and if you want to change something about your life you should just change it. And i think that i ve softened to that position kind of in the same way that you know kind of passing time like what you're talking about at the beginning about turning forty which is kind of like it's not the be all end all but it is something to like take notice of I don't traditionally do them no What potentially moving into an interesting face in our family next year where my wife might be going back to school to get her. Phd okay and so next year could look well. I mean a lot of ways. I hope next year looks very different than this year. But even just from you know homestead perspective look at it might be more of a like hunkered down like we need to help her get through school kind of kind of time. So we'll see. And who knows i mean again with the you know routings keep coming in and keep going sure. Sure sure that will happen. Yeah is it cool. We have to take a reduction on this show. That was supposed to happen in june of this year and won't have until june of next year and i'm not sure i don't know who knows about it. I don't feel safe. i'm not going to go. You know yeah. That's certainly not buying any plane tickets until like one hundred percent certain that this is gonna work. I don't think you should either. I appreciate Kids wrangled but so fun catching up with you and.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Here's how saints work. Here's how to really really. It's a really funny idea with the bible stories though because so many of them if you heard growing up your kind of inoculated against the weirdness and intensity of some of them and then if you just tell an adult like yeah that's what's going on here and what what we were just talking some somewhere. It came up because it was like like. We never did the door to the catholics. Don't do door to door but like whether it was like Jehovah's witness.

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Fun to be a fundamentals. I a friend of mine told me once. When i was really young he was just like never trust a zealot. Just hands down like anybody who is absolutely always. Listen to people who are questioning things Never never blindly trust the person who thinks they know everything. I think that was my problem with the religious tradition. I was brought up in. It was all working in these absolutes. And i would have questions and they would just be like well. No it's just this. And i've always said like i thought it would be way easier to be a parent if you're like really fundamentalist christian because you could literally answer any of your kids questions was because god made it that way the only answer. You have to give the weird thing though is i feel like maybe wouldn't i think about it now. I would think feel. Both both people in the interaction would feel like that wasn't really doing the trick but True that's how it was beaten in the me when i was kid which is why didn't like it. You know just like and then you know when you get older and you can actually have like you. And i have had intelligent conversations about faith or about religion in actually questioning things and like coming to your own conclusions or whatever it then it makes way more sense than if you're just being told the sky is blue for whatever you know. I don't know sorry. I'm going on a bit of a tangent and that's right here you. This will go into next patron question. We're up after that. I got nothing. Just get some chickens feed They've already been fed. They're just walking around the yard. Economists having to did you have chickens up in washington in washington. Yeah how long have you been. How long have you been back. Don't know six years six six nine type. Yeah we had chickens up. There was fun. The bummer was really moved right when they started laying so we had two roosters that i had to deal with which was i mean. I think it's an important thing to do. If you're going to be a meat eater to understand that like sometimes you this is. This is where it comes from. It comes down anyway. They're they're in the freezer right now so him. I think i'm gonna make him into stock. Probably the greatest me a lot college in the this person put their new minutes as rb thrice actual names are be asks you ever since i saw you open for. Mx picks on the final show of nineteen ninety. Eight anchors away to her. I didn't really hear any religious undertones on your stuff until guilt show which seemed to reflect the chip on the shoulder towards god's slash the church. Why the big change on that record or were they not reading between the lines on the records prior to that Do you did you notice a shift in some of the topics or not. I'm trying to think. If i i definitely have liked a lot of its listed chip on the shoulder. I think they might be talking about a specific song is a song called holy roman on guilt. Show that is. It's a song about george w bush and as with all of my lyrics. It's it's intentionally obtuse so that no one knows what i'm talking about so they don't have to answer questions like this but it was kind of this. This idea of like america as an empire and that empires fall. I mean it's funny. Now funds the wrong word but like you know compared to trump bush seems like a cakewalk but like it was just a song about like the iraq war. And how so there's talking about. How like we're just going through the motions that empires go through like holy roman style. And that's where the title comes from. I've always used. I don't know if i've always used at least in. The last ten years used a lot of religious imagery. Because i think i will argue with any atheists that the bible as a collection of stories and poems is a really well written book. And it's a really beautiful piece of of of poetry. And i think a lot of good stories and a lot of good like lessons to be taken from there and there's a lot of really cool images that you can use as lyrical fodder. I don't know. I don't know that i did it on the records and they don't know why i think mainly because i was so okay. Well here's a thought. I think after on a wire. I started to run out of autobiographical stuff to write about because it kind of got into a whole like. Yeah i love my life. A wife kids like no one wants to hear song about that and so i would start to like explore other people's relationships or politics and i guess maybe that's where the religious imagery came into it. There's a new amsterdam song. That's about adam and eve which is kind of kind of being mad at god for take for punishing them. There's a there's a bunch of how how well versed are you in this. Could i bring up anything that i like. How how's your bible versus these days. Decay The was immersed in it for a long long time. So i i know fairly well dino. It is more likely to put a camel through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to get into the kingdom of heaven. i do. That's in one of my lyrics. People don't like to think about that well. That's because jesus was a socialist so they go back. Oh have you ever have you heard. There's a podcast called the king james version. Have you heard of it. No it's two guys. it's good name. It's two guys who were raised. Seventh day adventist. Who are who are no longer practicing. Who were explaining bible stories to their friend. Who's never heard them before. It's really really you would like it. And then there's a whole sub segment of where one of their wives was raised catholic and has called catholic corner. She goes into like..

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"I was gonna ask you a couple of patriot. Patron questions okay. Naming them read asking. I love to something threat humboldt since seventh grade in nineteen ninety nine and it was the first album ever listen to that wasn't on the radio. It changed music for me completely. Do you have an album. That had a really important role in your life and appreciation of music. so what. what's your gut reaction. So i'm trying to think of what the first one with a b from like. That wasn't on the radio. Well it's probably so. I kinda got into music v Like i said before like kind of like heavy metal like guns and roses motley crue that whole stuff and all. That stuff was pretty popular at the time. So i wouldn't say it was that so in my thing when you first get into music and then you start like going like on a deep dive of just like oh these guys were influenced by these guys and these guys are influenced. So i did that. And it ultimately led me to the misfits. And i just remember. Go 'cause metallica. Covered last caress and i was just like what is this. This is link. And i think that may have been i mean. I guess metallica too. But i was never like the biggest metallic like the misfits are although somewhat dark pop band. Their their songs are super like catchy. They're not like. I was never like a riff guitar. I'm like that stuff. But i never like i never really like. It wasn't what i did was how i played but like the walk among us by the was very like. Oh these are like catchy songs and it wasn't anywhere near the radio and it was one of the only shirts i could wear. Because my mom had a whole thing about how. I couldn't wear skulls. And so the walk among us coverage just the four of them and i got a t shirt from this place and kim city called xanadu that sold heavy metal t shirts and posters and it was the only shirt that didn't have the misfits skull on it so i had a misfit shirt and i was like eighth grade. Only my mom had read the lyrics. She would have had way more problems with them. It's funny about the skull thing is like catholic part like skull is like way trump prominently like memento mori like remember the goal die and not not so much like conservative. Kansas city. So funny catholic catholic. I only say it's funny in the sense that like what i mean like subcultures decide are is is offensive at any given moment. You know i think it was completely arbitrary because it was also during the whole satanic panic of the those weird heavy heavy metal and like we literally had a priest come to our school and read like iron maiden lyrics to us as if they were poems. And just like you see with this is what this is and then also the misogyny of it like gen our appetite for destruction though. It's beautiful amazing album isn't the most woke. Yeah you get you get nothing for nothing. And that's what you do. Turn around bitch. I gotta use for you. I mean you know. It's not great. But i think there is a different going on that kind of metal as opposed to like if you look at stuff. Like maiden or metallica. And like do you like. I love maiden i'd never gotten into. Oh maine's pop. Fan thinks heels is as a pop no bowl. Their songs are just super catchy. Right but like like about like history and like that like it's like it's the most the most academic heavy metal but it's it's just you see like people make judgments an image but like it rarely is aside from like black metal. It's rarely like something that's actually trying to be like evil. Well no i mean it's it's a kind of comes back to that thing. Even though i don't agree with this necessarily but like lemmy from motorhead used to wear nazi jackboots. Those are the boots that he wore and he was like. I'm not a nazi. Did have cool boots. He's like if he was like his quote was. If the israeli army had cool boots. I would wear those two and that is a lot of what i think of with heavy metal where it just sorta like. This isn't this is just we start. This look cool like just like like you're almost like not even thinking about it. It's such an interesting place to think of like. You're you're not even acknowledging your impact on on the people who might be interpreting it especially with the black stuff just because those guys got real weird you know that stuff is odd because it's almost like a weird reverse fundamentalists thing. Is it a reverse fundamentalist or is it. Just a a different. I mean fundamental as well. I say reverse. Because i think they're diametrically opposed to the the standard more evangelical fundamentalist evangelical. Don't have a monopoly on fundamentalism to not at all. no i'm just saying they. They literally just cut a journal or teachers head off in france because he was talking about muhammed so no we don't. We don't have to talk about that. That might get in trouble. No but i think that's a good distinction like you. There are people who are fundamentalists about science or something and it's like do you. Making a philosophical statement about science is not science. It's a full philosophical statement and you fundamentalist about everything. There's people who are fundamentalists about punk rock. You know it's true it's.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"So i. I used to say that downplay the importance of music actually do think it's important but i think that i did. I was just like well. We're not curing cancer you but it is like like music. Other people's music is absolutely helped me out of depressions out of out of out of dark times. I've never been suicidal. But like you know. I i've definitely been. I have a darkness that the follows me from time to time. And so i try to like carry that with respect that like if people feel that way about stuff that i make but at the same time this is just like weird ass job that just like i. I make things rhyme for a living. You know what i mean like. I don't know hold hold those things like that kind of and justice for all scales of things like just like like remember her name. What does the law the scales of justice is that what she's called It's a metallic so metallica's banned from san francisco record has no base on it. It's almost like talking about italica calica. No the the idea of transcending the ego like It's not it's your ego is a bad thing it's is not the only thing and it's It's a good thing. If you can hold it intention it'd be like i'm me and i'm not separated from everything else and if you hold those both there's a beauty to it if you focus on one or the other you're not it's not a great thing going well and i think that that's something like i was starting to feel when i got really burnt out. Certain to feel about like being on tour and seeing people in bands take themselves too seriously. And i'm a big subscriber. I think that like my cohorts are as well of like if we're going to be traveling. Let's celebrate the absurdity of what this job is like. Let's go see the places that we're at like let's not. Let's eat the food. Let's you know i mean. Last summer we walked around barcelona for like eight hours and then played a gig so tired you know it was just like but we went nate on the on the water like it was just like it was it was beautiful and you have to be able to celebrate that and it doesn't mean that you like i guess i got burnt out. I was just starting to feel like people were taking it for granted. You know the last time we played with you Long island did you walk out on that pier. This feel you did did. I don't remember no. I don't think i we played really nice day when we play on long island Wing years that even dustin. Jesus some fest thing. Wasn't that thing. The front bottoms played. Yes okay us. We played that a festival in in england. The heavy fest and it was. We had to play something. Write home about front to back. Which has a lot of ballots on it. And we're right in between fall of troy and you just like cool. Let's just go play. I'll catch you right before thrice awesome this smooth transition. I thought i remember. They had like army barracks. Were like the backstage area. Like they have the army tents or whatever. I'm glad to be brought around beer. They didn't having a beer toward or i'll stop it to spent weight in.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"But yeah what's the custom song thing so this website downright that was started by bob. Nanna of brayden. Hey mercedes and mark. Rose of the. Dan spittle field. It's basically like songwriting for higher. So it's like if you want to celebrate your wife's birthday or the birth of your kid with like a song you send me what you want it to be about At the more details of the better because that makes it way easier to write. I occasionally get like what are obviously drunk orders. Would it be like this songs for tricia. She's the best and that's it. I don't know how many write a song and then you know You tell me like for me because just me in an acoustic guitar. So it's doing a folk song a ballot or pop song because that's kind of the parameters i'm working within and you know and then i bust them out i've done. I've been doing it for almost eight years now. How many have you done about twelve hundred. Holy grant yeah. Wow that's really interesting because it's it's not me it's not it's not for everyone. I don't think it would be for me. I you've talked actually sexually not for most of my friends. Yeah i feel like there's certain writers who are just naturally prolific and. Don't have that like i'm well. I was just something. I'm working at is like the ability to write and not critique at the same time hard time with that and then that really will slow your output. When it's i think better to just right and then critique at it. But i'm doing all of it at once all the time well in this particular sense of the downright stuff. I'm not the person who has to like there. The person who has to like it. I'm just the it's different. It's a different part in harlem owner phrases. It's like a different version of the same exercise. Where like you're still writing a song but you're not writing a song for yourself. You're writing it as it's almost like a song exercise we're like yeah you you give me something to write about like i literally know for a fact now that i can write a song about anything absolutely the most. I could write a song about serial. You know what i mean. It's but then when it comes to like me writing songs for myself for me writing songs for the band it's like i. I turn that critical. Put that critical hat on of just going. Okay these are for me now so these are things that i'm going to labor over. Because then they have to put those out into the public and have people critique them usually people on down just excited that they got a song. Oh hey. I got a chicken in here. What's up hotdog. Talk all right away. So it's been a big part of my livestream. So they've done is my son jersey. Go into grab the fuck and chickens and bringing them into the livestream with writing. Those songs Do you like have a direct. Can you see how it's influenced your writing as a holy deepak. It's made you a lot better. I wouldn't say it's made me a better. It's made me quicker. I can write lyrics really fast. And i'm still super critical of the stuff that i write. But just like it's it's retrain those neuro pathways in my brain. That i can i can. I can write fast now. That's interesting. I i really wanted to do it just for like the practice of having to do it you know. I don't know we'll see. If i i forget their pink obstacle. I think be good at it. But i think the only obstacle this your own had yes and i think there's sort of a zen kind of like letting go of kind of thing. That sounds fun that i actually think when we did the last record i think i brought to the songwriting sessions of just being like i am very like well. Okay so this speaks like a kind of a bigger philosophy as a whole and calling it. A philosophy makes it sound like i really like labor over it which. I don't think that. I have. But like i take what i do very seriously but i don't you know what i mean like. It's kind of like. I think that's the thing you're talking about. How they get up kids and we're going to play a show. We are a hundred percent in that moment of like. We are good at what we do. We work together. We're going to put on a show but we're also going to get drunk and make fun of each other and if we don't do that then we won't have fun and we can't seem to fake for everybody else. Nobody you know in. I think there's just sort of this balance of like. I take the things that i do very very seriously but i also know that. They are like kind of a weird ridiculous. Whether it's performing touring or writing songs for other people. It's a weird job you know. And it's a hard thing to explain to people and there's something really absurd about that. I mean i don't know i'm just. I'm just trying to celebrate the absurdity of the whole thing and not take myself too seriously. Even though i do again i do what i do very very seriously man. I'm just walking circles around myself today. I hear what you're saying like at the end of the day it's not the most important thing in the world but you're going to do it. Well.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"So i'm in my garage office and i have the door open because i think the lights better but if the chickens come in here or if they too loud just tell me if i get too cold i'll i'll have to shut it. I think the natural light looks better. Or i'm not using The video doesn't matter. Okay for me. If you just want to look pretty i just wanna make sure that i look better and better than than me didn't you. You look all dark and moody. Usually is it better to have the microphone in the shot using the videos. It doesn't matter. I keep forgetting about that every podcasts. I've done now has a video component to it. I'm just like all right. I gotta go brush my beard for this fucking podcast. I listened to your chat with the conley yesterday. Oh yeah that was. Yeah i mean companies always fun to talk to you. I noticed that you both have professional like nfl players with your same names. Chris to another super funny. I was gonna say texts. Both of you with your. Yeah by my dad. Sent me a email congratulating me on my playoff victory last year. But i do think that that. Do you think vans the shoe company vans you've heard of the maybe they. They think i'm him because they sent me a free pair of shoes for my birthday but it was on his birthday. It was my birthday. I think there's some confusion there good. Did they well. I got. I got to order them. Both they sent you a thing. Hey or pre shoes. Yeah congratulations on your win. This last sunday you want some free slick on. that's good. how are you good. I just turned forty. I saw that on the The i think facebook or instagram or something has field. Who just surreal. It's just such Like a marker in culture. Like growing. Up i i i was trying to figure out kids. See this the same way but i feel like for our generation growing up like forty was always kind of like this huge like the over hill like it just seems super old and maybe part part of its as a kid. You don't get that. That's kind of a joke like or more of a joke than you realize like i think some people i think some people definitely feel it i. I didn't feel that way. I felt my own mortality. When i turned forty but i didn't have that i mean you and i both were lucky enough to do things that we wanted to do. When we were younger as far as like career wise and travel wise and family wise. So it's not so much like a. What have i done with my life. I have nothing to show for it. Interesting yeah. I don't know i just it's one of the things. I guess that there's like all this like build up to it should be some demarcation but it just feels like okay and now i mean what is the what are years just trips around the sun you know not to sound too much like calmly led to spiritual on you know. It's like I just. I think a lot of people are like. Oh yeah. It's a bummer. And was like not bummed. Who just feels like. I wasn't really expecting anything specific but it just feels like just surreal like not. I guess it's like casting light on the surrealness of. Yeah i think i think it's i think when you turn thirty your still mentally in your twenties. But then you've had your whole thirties to like build up to turning forty and then you're like. Oh well okay. It's really is like midlife. Yeah i think. I've kinda pump for just because i feel like i've grown so much in the past ten years and past six. Probably your five like especially that. I'm like. I'm feeling more like not any conceited way but just like experience. I feel like i'm like getting the hang of this whole thing. I mean that's that's the thing right like a youth is wasted on the young. You know just like you do all these things that you don't know any better and then you i mean i mean not that this has been a problem necessarily for you or for me but it does give you a lot more license in your forties to give less of a fuck about stuff. You know. Just kinda like well. That's stupid. i mean the world's garbage fire right now but like you know as far as looking at like just like the small stuff or you know music industry stuff or whatever. It's just kinda like yeah. I'm good yeah these that's my interpretation of it are go back to that but okay i always ask everyone growing up. What would cause you to feel a deep sense of wonder about the world so now okay about the world or about things in general. Just things i use that in the cosmic sense. So as you know. I i was raised catholic and i went to catholic school for for twelve years and we would go to church a lot and it was. Don't don't don't be afraid of repeating yourself things we've talked about because my memory is terrible so okay. It's all new to me bro. We've literally like stayed up late night. Conversations you don't remember that. I would that i grew. I do remember that you grew up catholic I'm just saying. Don't be afraid of lake repeating something because people have heard anyway but yes we've had many conversations of which i am not sure how much i remember fair enough. I had this really interesting thing. One time when i was really young. And we had this really like ornate church. The saint peter's in kansas city. And you know. I get bored and church and i would look at all the stained glass and i would look at the chandeliers and stuff and all the statues and things and all this like opulence and what. My mom calls smells and bells. Yeah and it came to this point where they were talking about. You know you're going to go to heaven. And i was like okay. Cool i think in the fourth fifth grade. Maybe and i'm like so. How long are we. How long are we there. And they're like well forever. And i might. So then. how long is that like was like what am i going to do. There and i was really in an intended at the time. So you can do whatever you want. And i was like okay. I guess playing mario brothers like the whole time. And then i just couldn't wrap my mind around the concept of forever. Like i couldn't get and i remember that being like a very like specific moment of going like this is beyond me. I mean this is like something that i can't you know. And that's kind of started to kind of believe in reincarnation after that. I don't know if i believe in anything in that sense anymore. But like at that time i was just like well that makes sense re if you're going to be returned and come back as a bug because i couldn't my head i mean not for everybody but like if you know i couldn't wrap my head around the concept of being in one place for an infinite amount of time at least having some next phase of things made more sense to me. That's what i thought of Yeah that's.

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"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Each other's unique perspectives..

"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Because that's how they spoke to each other and like for instance when I was in the Marines. I had a roommate that I who him and I were roommates for almost two years and we used it amongst each other like but him and I used to always like we were always trying to use the most derogatory terms we could with each other because that was that was kind of our relationship with you know, but like it was not a word I would use other than in that content, but you wouldn't would have to worry about I think this is the true everywhere is like if that third-party here's And they don't have the context and then and that's how I almost died. There you go, because my buddy and I we that one night we open and he brought me to an establishment where I was pretty much the only white guy around and then we got drinking and late at night. I was chatting up this one and actually know he told me to get a drink, you know, it was my turn to buy a round and without thinking I said shut up and his I've got it, you know, of course everybody within earshot were like ready to kill me. And of course my buddy was like, oh no, it's okay. It's okay, but you almost like oh for fucksake, so we kind of we called it after that cuz like I thought that was close. I mean like I found I don't know what your your exposure to Irish people would be no and we're usage having spent so long here, but we same place and we swear a lot in kind of just conversationally. But when when when we travel yeah for me, it was great because like I came from the Marines. Like back home in America. I was always in trouble for swearing too much but then I came over to Ireland. It's like, oh I see it right in so that it was great for me. You know, it's great. But I went to I went to America and Australia too for a time and it's funny. Then you realize like how much you just even use the word fucking for a punctuation You Know spoken that you're probably just looking guy but fucking home and they're looking at you like you're like some cellular or something and you just kind of have to walk going to back a tiny bit for me. It worked out great though. Cuz I was in the opposite direction. You just can never go back now dead. Yeah, that's it. That's it. Okay, so have really interested in Josh about Richard Pryor and comedy and swearing. I know what yeah. What are we going to do? I've just I have to stereo off swing by, we're going to be I think you and I have discussed. This one probably have to be two types of clubs. There's the boat club and the known world club from now on. I think I know which one hour before performing in but I said I think to call and have to have like something like a mask comedian where you go on and do your material post that no one can see who you are anymore. It's probably going to be the only way you can kind of do dangerous material from now on, Yeah, or or you're just going to have to not care if it doesn't ever become a proper career for you know, I think that should be safe. Yeah, you.

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"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Wilder and the kind of the way they used to play off each other, you know, and that, you know, that's that's just you know, he was such a big influence on the movie, but then like on the comedy the amount of comedians that would you know, basically harkened back to him as one of the major influence huge know, I I kind of thought what he survive nowadays like he's got such a questionable past that he seems to be held up what you could be someone like Cosby's like, you know, you live long enough dead. They kind of find you. He definitely wasn't a wasn't a choir boy. That's for sure. Yeah, and that's I think maybe that's maybe the problem with modern comedy because I think the great Comics, you know are damaged and like it's kind of the same thing with Fox and foxes. You never to get a great boxer who grew up red, right? It's you know, it's it's the poor guy that's becomes the great boxer and I think it's the same with comedy. It's it's the person who's really Then wrap, you know just gone to the mill because like comedies one of the way of dealing with running to the meal but you think that you can't be a good comic. No, I think she can be a good comic but to be a great comic where do you sit Michael McIntyre then he's not my cup of tea to be honest. I can I can I can respect what he does. But at the same time it's it's anybody could be doing it, you know, like and I don't mean that in the wrong way, but it's all it's all other stuff and it and it just, you know, he's not my cup of tea anyway to begin with But then my my problem is I grew up with Vietnam vets and their humor is so dark. But for me kind of like dark humor was almost the norm, you know, and and because my dad's attitude was like well if you're not going to laugh about it, you're going to be crying about it, you know, so that's kind of money, you know, and I think Richard Pryor came from that same type of mentality that if I'm not laughing about it, you know, it's going to destroy me. Yeah, but it's definitely like I find a lot of comics they they use the stage as a kind of a a free therapist sometimes. Yeah, which I think the only problem is that No One Believes a single word that they say on stage that they they open up their life and they walk off that was so funny that happened to me. Yeah, I think there's those type and I also think there's there's I use the term comic in quotations off. That think that stage is for them to be a preacher, you know to just to get across their message and that's what they they do it as long.

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"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Example and that was that's way when I found it. All right. Everybody laughed when I first said I wanted to be a comedian laughing merrily, you know why it's laminated to catch the tears of joy. It's a Celtic Phoenix. People are thankfully being stupid again. Well local I love comedy with your host day vacation. Welcome to girls comedy. I'm on the line today from somewhere near West cork Dakota Mick. Well, that's that's the only name. I know he was that that's not your real name. Is it? No, it's the name I got when I moved over here to Ireland, you know to you know, the Irish I can't call you by your real name. No. No, they have to find something else to call him. Take a name like make it's like they're everywhere. Yeah, and now that was totally the story like when I when I first moved there were living in a small village in West Cork and Thursday or actually it was that one where the Westport like once they start to get to know. They were like, oh, what's the name?.

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A Biopic About Arguably The Most Influential Comedian Of All Time Is On The Way

Direct from Hollywood

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

A Biopic About Arguably The Most Influential Comedian Of All Time Is On The Way

"Regrettable life in times of quite possibly the most influential stand up comic of all time Richard Pryor is finally coming to the screen and blackish creator Kenya. Barris has jumped on board to make his feature film director debut. Kenya's honored for the privilege of telling Richard Remarkable story saying in a statement the way Richard did what he did with truth was. Self aware and self deprecating and said with unmatched vulnerability that was the power and impact of his work prior had a voice that was distinctly his and in many ways comedies since has been derivative of what he created. It's a film about that voice and the journey that shaped. There's no word on who will play. The iconic comedian will definitely be a role many actors will look for.

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"pryor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"pryor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ever seen the movie Harlem Nights with Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy has one of my favorite movies when I was a kid, I kid you not. I mean, I love that show because big knives pulled a hero move. Hey, turned CNN off in the studio, and we found Harlem nights on Beatty right now one of the best I've got to go back and watch it being It's so good. I'm stunned most of these cable channels now that we had on airplane last Friday in here we had on the movie airplane and that scene where mass chaos is going on in the inside the cabin of the airplane. They actually showed the boobies, right. I couldn't look, this is just regular cable TV right that I have seen. We were doing a Facebook live a lot. I didn't capture it. We've got to get in trouble. Cable TV is all grown up a lot. When you were gone last week. It sounds like it didn't Anytime Gets the airplane headed and you were looking at the North side west about 4 65 crash Before Meridian. We're looking at the left too late because of bad delay here really heavy, backto western Bulla Bhai, We're talking from college and then on the side crash Clear North bound sound by 4 65 Washington A little bit of traffic. It's clear now to have expansive by Indiana Farm Bureau insurance. You're good of being you, and he had a farm bureau insurances. Your insurance. Start with Deanna Barbieri Insurance and stop knocking on wood. I'm mad Bear. Follow us on Twitter for it's the traffic updates and tell you my bc travel cloudy skies and 83 The American Standard Cooling Weather Center here at 93, WNBC. You're listening to the Hammer and Nigel Show our three man I love this. Love the food Fighters story.

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How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

Latina to Latina

03:25 min | 1 year ago

How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.

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Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?

Can We Talk?

09:24 min | 1 year ago

Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?

"Joan rivers career spanned nearly six decades she started with cabaret and off Broadway shows in the late fifties and then became a star of late night television hosting the tonight show and the late show with Joan rivers and eventually the daytime Joan rivers show in the nineties. She was best known for her comedic and sometimes mean-spirited interviews with celebrities on the Red Carpet John. Style was self deprecating abrasive. Everyone was fair game including herself. She charted new territory and comedy by telling stories from her own life combined with her willingness to talk about taboo subjects like hot flashes sagging bodies bad sex and marriage problems. You may have noticed that we borrowed our podcast. Name can talk from this hilarious. Talented and complex Jewish woman. Can we talk? Was Jones signature. Tagline sometime. She's it as a punchline. Sometimes it was a setup. It was an invitation to her audience. A signal that she was about to confide in them. Here's Joan on the show in the early. Nineteen Eighty S. I would not cheat. I would not cheek Maine because nobody asked me but I not because I think why we talk. I think my husband's spooner man okay. Which is very hard to save. I feel very close to you. I especially if you can. We talk was also Jones way of calling attention to her flaws and other people's her way of saying let's stop pretending and tell the truth here. Can we talk? Let me tell you something. The reason I have nothing happy the way I'm blessed is because I'm getting older at least seven very drop because Oh oh you don't know what it's like to get older too. You know what it's like to go in the morning to take facial mask and realize you're not wearing what so. Why did we borrow her? Tigon FOR OUR PODCAST. When we started the show Joan had recently died and we were all steeped in the debate about her role and her complicated legacy as brilliant and hilarious. But also crass and sometimes cruel. We love that. She had so many dimensions and that she believed in telling the truth about women's lives and expanding the range of models. We see all things we knew we wanted to do to. We also liked that. Can we talk was an invitation to our audience to join us in this project of storytelling and with that. Here's a wonderful interview from J W as archive recorded in two thousand six for our documentary. Jewish women in comedy making trouble. Joan talks about her early days at the Chicago. Comedy Clubs Second City being a woman on Johnny Carson's tonight show and playing midwestern clubs as New York Jewish comic later in the interview. She talks about going back to work after her husband's suicide in nineteen eighty seven. She starts by telling Interviewer Rachel. Talbot about a fight. She had with her parents over her decision to go into comedy. I left my house in pedal pushes enter old car that I used to drive and went to New York in speaking of the year and it was just awful and my dad wrote me a letter say that we are going to You'd better come home or we're going to have you committed. I was living in the bars on hotel for women and my dad wanted says and pulled me out. It was a scene. I think they ever forgot dragged me out. It was just horrible scene Harles. They just thought I was really life as though question about it. They just couldn't accept that. This is where I was going to end. This is all I could do so the I went back home and then I went away. Yeah it was just awful and then Pity yes that was great. Second City was very competitive. It was six of US thrown on stage. And it was make up your own lines and get your own scenes going and everybody wanted to be the star second city and everybody wants to get their stuff and so it wasn't like being gracious. It was like I got a better idea I wanted. It was very competitive and that was great too. I learnt in second city. You have to talk up and I learnt the freedom of you. Think it's funny try it. Don't wait don't think about it. I still do that if freed me. It taught me to be tough. It taught me to fight. If you thought you're Si was good you went into four four and a taught me co with your instinct. Only do what you truly think is going to be funny. It changed my life and then you you came back to New York Nissan. You learn so much from second cities are how had your comic persona change came. When I came back with second city I was myself onstage. Good bed or different. I was what I was and I was a divorced when no Jewish smart college graduate not particularly attractive girl on stage and I was telling you about my life. It wasn't about my mother-in-law was about what I'm going through my mother's hysterical because I'm single and I'm having an affair with a married man and my gay friends. What happen to my gay friends and it was all about truth. The first routine that really worked. I had a WIG hairpieces. I was driving into New York to perform at this club. And the WIG flew out of the window and a car drove over it and I said there I was walking on the west side highway. With a dead Wigan my arms had says firestone on and no one stops and all the truth and taking the truth and exaggerated and it just opened me up. I never went back. I never went back to. He's so fat that unless I really believe when did you find out Johnny Carson? Nothing in my career. I think that's why I was that you log come easily ever. I've never been the first on anything all my friends. And that time I was working the village with my George Carlin and Richard. Pryor all these wonderful men everybody got through everybody was on Carson and on Griffin and I was brought up seven different times to the Carson show. I was finally rejected by Secretary. Who is eating lunch while I was performing? I mean beyond humiliating. I got on because the night before some comic bom so they called me up and they said you can come on but not as a comedian. They had no faith in me. They brought me on as a girl writer and at the end of the show at the end of that night on air. Johnny Carson said to me you're going to be a star it was maisy and I look behind me. I couldn't believe and the next day. My life change changed overnight. They were getting all these calls and stuff. Was there ever a feeling of like? Oh you're to New York reports. I was doing costume regularly. I don't think it was hosting really I was you know the Golden Girl Carson and the ages come back and say you to New York to Jewish you to New York and my husband was married by that point. Ed You said this is ridiculous. He said picked the worst city in the country. And they said Milwaukee they still have been meetings. This is nine hundred seventy. There's still enclaves. They dress up Nazi uniforms and saw Adolf stand. He said center Milwaukee. And let's see and they sent me to Milwaukee and I was. They had to change the size of the room and put in the ballroom. Our I put originally in a little hotel the pfister in their little comedy room and they had to over the ball and put me in so that changed everything they said. Okay America will get her. I mean people begin to put little pockets and it's so stupid because funny is funny. You're minutes was using back on state. What was that decision? The decision was very simple. One I know money I had to go back to work. I didn't have the luxury of being the widow in the house on the hill so I had to go back to and nobody wanted me and Vegas gave me back my contracts. 'cause isn't nobody wants to see anybody that has that kind of you would just fired. would terrible glistening one out that. I was very hard to work with It was just all wrong all wrong. I was banned from late night. I've never been brought back ever not one late night show So I was really struggling my career and I had all these bills. Listen was in. It was just a bad time so I went back to little nightclubs. I said well I'll start again. I went back and started doing little like us and out of that came the red carpet

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Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

Unreserved

04:00 min | 2 years ago

Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

"Charlie Hill was a legend on the stand up comedy circuit. Almost every indigenous comedian will cite hail as their inspiration their motivation and hand aspiration and even though he passed on in two thousand and thirteen the laughter he created. Lives on hill was a member of the oneida nation of Wisconsin Wisconsin. His first network appearance was on the Richard. Pryor show in nineteen seventy four. He was the first indigenous comedian to appear on the tonight show with Johnny Carson and he also appeared on the tonight show with Jay Leno and made multiple appearances on late night with David Letterman. Here's the legendary Charlie Hill. I did this back in L. A. and they didn't quite get it you know they're not used to seeing is in Hollywood. Everybody wants to tables in a circle and they weren't quite sure you know in a in a heckler and I know that she'd never judge a man by the color it was neck or anything like that wouldn't want to hear their prayer Marica. And why don't you go back. We came room so I can't in his living room last week. I was in Washington. DC WE SEEK. Did he show where members of the American Indian Republican Party. Three in the next gentlemen ever met in my life and then coming out here to Canada airport searched and I resent that via need. You were as an alien. You'RE GONNA hijack a plane anyway. Take me to hope. So I'm sitting on the airlines. You know in the middle seat here redneck sitting on each side of me and I'm thinking you I stole my leg ripped up my culture but you're not giving these damn armin don't they. What do you nations? We have tonight on the commentary. Everybody Yawn your your nation. Okay one-two-three antastic. Just thought I heard somebody. I don't even Wanna be that's cool. That's okay we're all welcome here in the circle of humor tonight. Welcome everybody who came but we always CDs. He's one of the power they always WANNA be. So I wrote a commercial called generic they WANNA you tired of being left out in the cold with no native heritage on aware of your Indian roots. Or maybe maybe you have new Indian roots. You'll uncomfortable powwows. Well soon. You be out there singing and dancing with the rest of US thanks to. Yes one spoonful of generic in your native groups are starting to grow back instantly. You'll never appeals spiritually inadequate again taken as direct the generic increases wisdom and stores and makes you one with the universe where we're script in so try today when someone asks you your travel really just say generically you made up what you know. What in your heart art? Gosh inside of action include suicide poverty disease religious persecution and general of land the recorded. That would've picked comedy. Festivals welcomed a Turtle Island showcase in two thousand and five. That was Charlie Hill.

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Self-Care Rituals For The Full Moon

The Sacred Womb - Use your menstrual cycle as a natural compass encoded within the body.

06:59 min | 2 years ago

Self-Care Rituals For The Full Moon

"Case what we got today. Well Self Carriage deals for the full Moon Avenue. Affirmative you've been asking me to do this for a while but on a little bit about it in the Sacred William Pryor facebook ry but but here is the podcast so just to set the scene. The magnetic pole of the moon effects is everybody listening. Knows that feels that but as an intrinsic part of nature we're all gonNa feel it whether we realize it or not so we're going to feel it in different ways at different hi during different seasons during different chapters in our lives. However they're all things that we can do to help postles make the most of this powerful pull on our buddy and what we can do to help ourselves is develop rituals say ritual is a series of actions performed home in a prescribed? Way And repeated and the key is that it's repeated because a psychic comes to expect this and it's an outlet it it is a time that we can process extra stuff and when we repeat acts of self care at regular predictable intervals. They system in very special. What it does is it? Produces a rhythm based on love and a steady rhythm. Awesome of love is healing. It is the antidote it brings in while we may have missed pleased to have a what were they it for about right three cycles and then Sharon the facebook rate. Because it's really important that we do feel the effects not just do it do the self-care ritual but really take time to fill the fact the effects that we knew we take what we do. We we know what's happening how we're taking care of ourselves in how he's London with us. I have laid out ten things. We can do to cake very good care of ourselves as Luna or grandmother moon shines ends bright in the midnight sky. And I've laid this out in a way that you can take the whole evening to go through every step all just his pick. What suit shoe then repeat? I suggest a minimum of three times says it can start to feel the effects but either way a tune in with the moon can give us a real reminder that we are an intrinsic part of creation and that this moon cycle is reflected in a menstrual cycle about twenty nine days. We go through a wax in a peek a waning dog and new and we all Luna creatures say what better way to honor. Ra Nature and by honoring a planet that we can see shining bright in the sky. I connect connect with the souls connect with the moon. Connect with the w-what within. Let's go with number one. Number one is ground ground unground so so this is the first on the list as it is the most important this magnetic pole of the moon is strong. And you might find that. This has a tendency to have you found in high orbit Wyatt. I might trigger the tree. Knowles might get less sleep on. The full moon might be a tendency to sit out of feeling of less connection with the body will come in out the body a little a bit in the healed in the personal development world. We heal control more effectively. And so what happens. When we're traumatized as one way to K- pissed you come out of the body somewhat say when the magnetic pole is stronger the full moon we can start to feel feel that and to counteract that we can ground the magnetic pole also enables us to feel Komo because the pool is on the water in a bodies in most of our body is water? Say it's creates a movement inside of us of our emotions so what we tend to think of is the full moon stab makes me feel more anxious but in reality it's just bringing up. A sense of anxiety is held in the body. Anyway say we gonNA feel stronger emissions at the full moon and and as a basis for that ground ground ground Sarsour important. I found that when I ground before bed at at a full moon I do have a better sleep. Say That's we can do. You can do in the day or before bad is really important but either way a lot Grounded on the full moon will help anchor you into your body and enable you to feel stronger emotions and stay Komo present with them. Simple ground in technique is to you know stand with the feet on the ground connect with the brass closure is send breath down body as he breathed out fifty feet on the ground. And drop your energy. Can I get into the central. The're really stay with that for good few minutes as you feel the magnetic pole also to the earth okay. That's grounded second one is to give. Thanks and celebrate bright. Say Anything we do with. The full moon is going to be amplified. Say We do have a tendency. I have noticed as humans to one more More and more but creating our world doesn't start with asking for more it starts with recognizing what we already have an who we are in the present so I like to give thanks and really celebrate what I've got and he I am in the present and there are loads ways to do that but a really simple one is just write a list of three things. I'm grateful for about myself three things but my partner and three things for life in general. I like to keep these ritual simple or else. If they get too complicated hated to do I think is the I think is the way a consumer took best really for yeah how to keep it simple so simple list like that works really well.

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This Famous Comedian Grew Up In A Brothel

CharVision

01:33 min | 2 years ago

This Famous Comedian Grew Up In A Brothel

"So much for being thank you for having me Oh my goodness it was it's lake it's just amazing but you've had quite the life Oh Yeah Bravo my great grandma ran broth on grandmother was a prostitute your grandma pimp and then I had an aunt great aunt who is a you're just all the time day time period really did you have like a when I was younger I'd be like is maxine there and I'm like no she's inside turn on a trick what could I get you

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"pryor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"pryor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Gene wilder and Richard Pryor, unemployed friends or give it a one hundred and twenty five year prison sentences after being framed for a Bank robbery and this comedy. What is trading places? No. That's emerging. Okay. What is losing space trays pace now? No, no, no. If that silver streak. Things. Tobacco's look dumb as possible. It's this was a huge hit seventy with Richard Pryor eighties. This is the eighties. Gene wilder walking doubts. And we we I don't remember. It wasn't silver street. No stir-crazy. I would never. Danny Ryan, remember remember eighties going those like never saucer. Crazy. Maybe maybe. Yeah. I was in my twenties and joy was in her late teens, and we were busy going out. This eighties. A Detroit detective called axel Foley. What is Beverly Hills cop? Governing house cop saying you go stuff on the trading places. Trading spaces. Star. Crazy. Do you like how you down like a duck right on? We were doing fifties movies. We would have grossing film of the eighties hints the cast future. A bunch of kids. Dirty dirty dancing staying alive. Fever, no, kids younger kids kids. What is almost fire club younger kids? What is sixteen candles? What is bears? No, what is pretty in pink younger kids. What is it baby? Robert tacky, Reverend Decky your the one no ducts, ducks ducks. No sorry. You give up. Yes. AT? He t-. There's little kids though. There's a whole bunch of kids is the bleed kid is sister. They go on the riding their bikes ride to save ET. Give me a break that was too vague. Really, really? Can we? Just to damn bag. Well, I mean that is a big one because. Who's younger than the Mighty Ducks around the. Jeopardy too. And you have to Hoster again because. Finish gee whiz. Kevin Koster and Robert Duvall drive cattle across the virgin west, Ian, western frontier. This two thousand three movie. Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall. As is a real obscure. Obscured fishing with Brad? Holler. Okay. What is going across country cross country tour with cattle? Of boy, I don't even remember this. Very good open range. All never okay, I'm firing from his job. Come up with these are yours. I thought open range was a big hit. Cars going open. No. Okay. You'll get one person ninety five percent of people as seen had no idea..

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"pryor" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"pryor" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"So what are you up to have you been more even talking to me twenty minutes ago? How would that make you feel horrible? It was horrible. It's hard. But I wouldn't change going through it for anything because it made me. I am right now. Right. You can't change, you know, being a star of a kid or being, you know, a nephew of prostitute. Like. What you are. But at the time. Yeah, you feel I can imagine that that can be hard. And then if you do get something people like, well, he's only getting it 'cause name so it's like a catch twenty two, and I had a friend. Actually, I thought was a friend. And this is when I was living in Peoria after the military, and I was doing female impersonating. So I'm doing drag shows and all this stuff. And I had a friend of mine who I thought was a friend of mine called up the tabloids. You know, you get paid ten thousand dollars to out chair. You know, you're good for him to the world just for a check. And so I like I remember doing I was performing the show, and I remember seeing lights people taking pictures. But then I remember seeing different types of light that I'd seen before like on the big professional cameras. You know, the lights are different. You know, the flashes are different. I'm like sums not right here. And I was leaving from the. Show. I remember this guy stopped me outside and said he wanted to talk about with the national quieter than talk me about this. What do you wanna say? I said I've known to say, well, if you don't say anything we're going to print we went to anyway. So I said within had on need to talk. Yeah. 'cause you're going to do what you want to. What did the article say, oh my God. It had me on the cover of that was on the cover the globe. And I was on the cover of national inquirer. And it was talking about Richard Pryor son is gay and then had the pictures of the drag pictures, which was horrible the time because I was just learning to beat my face. So had all that come out, and then my mother received mail, and there was a oh I thought you had two daughters. Didn't know you had three. My mother had main things in my sister. Looking at the. Of the star star magazine. There you go where should prior son is a drag Queen. Yeah. And that that's a big deal now. And then I was also I mean back then. Not a big deal back. Then. Also, the main story on current affair. And it was like, you know, more Povich, you know, that comes up, and and it does a little musing. Yeah. Yeah. And the history was Princess of Peoria, and it was and so what was going on? Then did you did you did you have a conversation with your dad, and what did you say dad was pretty much because he knows about tabloids dance. You know, calm down. It's okay. But whatever whatever you do be the best at it. Yeah. Have you do? That's great. So in that aspect, I didn't have to worry about that part. It was it was my hometown. That was really hard my sister's in school being teased, and ridiculed and the things my family had to go to hurt me more than so than did, you did you in fact, then come out as gay that time. Okay. While had no choice. I was already out to my family. Okay..

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"pryor" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"pryor" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Well, this is a little bit of juicy scoop history because we got a call or an Email from Richard Pryor junior and his people he has a book coming out, and I know I have a young audience. So I wanted to just again educate you is a little bit about who Richard Pryor is I know the name. Probably sounds familiar, but you may not be familiar with his work. He really was someone who change stand up during the seventies and eighties and was very open about his demons onstage being that he was raised in a basically, a whore house with his mother, and then also had a lot of issues with drugs and alcohol and horrible things happen, which we get into and we've got to talk to his son who's completely open and honest about his own life and being the son of someone that was so revered in the comedy world. Ed, there are some surprising, really juicy stuff. And as we went along the way, I explain it. So even if you're not familiar with this. Median or that era of time. It's super juicy. And here we go with Richard Pryor junior. Well, I have what I think will be real juicy interview about Hollywood and comedy. And we all know Richard Pryor, one of the great comedians. Well, his son Richard Pryor junior is here. He's got a book coming out a little bit where you are really giving some juicy SCO. Oh, definitely until let's tell a little bit about. Yeah. Richard had a few kids with a few different women. So where are you come in line as far as who was your mom were you raised by him? And for people to say, Richard Pryor's, one of the greatest comedians every comedian aspired to be him. And then he went on to many popular movies. And then, unfortunately, he got MS which then that's basically what took his life. Right, right. What year did he pass done two thousand five? Okay. So it's been a while. Couldn't remember how long it's. Okay. So tell me now where do you come in the family? There are s-. He has six children. That we know of. And here's three boys three girls. I'm the oldest. Actually, my mother was Patricia watts at the time prior to their marriage, and she was sixteen when they got married. How does he he was believe eighteen or nineteen and high school sweetheart? No, they just met my mother moved from a small town in Missouri, Louisiana, Missouri. And they moved to the big city purulent away move there for better opportunities for her father was my was my grandfather and move there. And then she had been there couple years. And then my dad by chance through a friend of hers, and she fell head over heels with them, and you know, I took time with Richard pursuing the Artaud he wasn't he was unemployed and he would like work at a bar like cleaning the bar and then the bar back. And then he would sing sometimes at the lounge and stuff like that. So. They met in that aspect, but his dream was always be a comedian. Okay. And but when they got married that's why I love about my mother being married to my father because she's the only one that was married to him before he was an entertainer. So like, oh, no, she wasn't married and because he had something so right because he had nothing at all. So they love the got married, and then they had you. And you said your brother and sister, Noah just had me. I'll do my mother and father. I'm actually only child. Okay. But I have you know, have siblings. You know, there's Elizabeth came after me. And then there's rain who was an actress. Right. And then there was Stephen Kelsey who had the same mother. And then there was Franklin who stand up. Now, he goes by Mason prior. And he was the baby. And his mother was an extra in Joe dancer, my dad's phone Joe dancer as how they hook up and okay, nine months later. Boom. Oh, okay. So now..

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NFL: Trade deadline day outcomes

Drive Time Sports

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

NFL: Trade deadline day outcomes

"With the NFL trade deadline day. It's come and gone. The Texans traded forward to marry his Thomas from the Broncos going back. The other way a fourth round pick teams also swapping seventh rounders, of course, the Texans and Broncos play each other on Sunday. Meanwhile, the lions said traded golden Tate to Philadelphia Eagles free third round pick. Elsewhere. The ravens traded four Packers running back time on Gumri Rams are trading. A two thousand nineteen third round pick and a two thousand twenty fifth round pick to the Jaguars or defensive end Dante Fowler. Ha Clinton Dix has been traded to the Redskins Seahawks. Several east veteran receiver Brandon Marshall, Terrell Pryor looks like he's going to sign with the Buffalo Bills. Then rock was burger suffered a fractured left index finger that in Sunday's win over the Browns. He should be able to play

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Jets trade Bridgewater to Saints for third-round pick

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Jets trade Bridgewater to Saints for third-round pick

"As suspected. It happened sooner than later. The New York Jets have traded teddy Bridgewater who was battling Sam darnold for the starting quarterback job. Sam darnold is now the officials starting quarterback for the New York Jets. They realize he's really good. He should have been number one. He dropped them at three. So the jets are going to get draft picks according to Adam. Schefter draft picks are coming to the New York Jets in exchange for Sam darnold, and this is what we theorize and the last forty eight hours is that when you add, this is what I said. Two days ago I went into this year thinking teddy Bridgewater starts and I still think teddy mornings a little bit better. But the gap is so close with darnold and Bridgewater. Are you better off the jets have one of the five easiest NFL schedules and it's real workable in the first six weeks. Trade teddy get draft picks, and just our Bill met offensive line. I don't. Here's another thing to throw out there. Khalil Mack jets have been rumored jets have Eytan elite safety, Jamal Adams, Tremaine Johnson at corner. Leonard Williams on an offensive line. They don't have a pass rusher. They were Twenty-eight than sacks. Do you get a couple of draft picks? And then you go to the raiders and say, we'll give you draft picks. We want Khalil Mack and then you've got an elite edge rusher and elite corner and elite safety. You have a defensive minded head coach. You keep Sam darnold in those games or the adjust grab all the picture. Can you go to your scouting department and say next two years? What are the offensive line look like in college football, you go to your NFL scouts and say, are they're going to be offensive lineman on the market? Because what you gotta do for the jets right now, you gotta get enough of line that thing's a mess. It's it's, it has moments when it can pass block a little. It does not run block. Well. Now the jets receivers are not great, but if Robbie Anderson can keep it buttoned up and curse there. Okay. It's not a disaster. They're receiving core depend. Terrell Pryor can Terrell Pryor, stay focused. Robbie Anderson, stay engaged. The got something, but they got no running backs up note, not good at tight end offensive line is really, really poor, but the jets are making a decision and they're making a decision that all of us have watched. Sam darnold is head and shoulders to me better than all these rookie

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Adrian Peterson impressive in Washington Redskins debut

SportsCenter AllNight

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Adrian Peterson impressive in Washington Redskins debut

"Adrian Peterson and the Redskins backfield for the first time Richardson goes in motion and AP again running left five the second Secondary across the thirty five up to the. Thirty eight And that's a Redskins I now Adrian Peterson Gone ESPN nine eighty Broncos beat the Redskins twenty nine seventeen Peterson eleven carries. For fifty six rushing yards after, the game, he. Talked with ESPN NFL nation Redskins reporter John what did? You feel you able to show everybody tonight I guess It's never been as a prize at me or questions to, me by Just being out of the, game for a little bit you know people, always want. To question you, especially when you're when you're thirty thirty three you know so you, know when I. Say you can't box people in like tonight was okay. Example of that you said in the press. Conference that you're excited you you felt excited about after what you? Showed what was was, there something that kind of jumped out to. You that kind of says this is why I can still do something I think this? As as a whole, how felt for Michael listening I'm Alex felt And you know this kind. Of response I was getting wow I feel, like I'm a eighty percent? Right now so Let's continue to Ryan and get, the system down here next to two, and, a half weeks and once I get one hundred. Percent Be a totally different ballgame Redskins fourth preseason game next week comes against Baltimore Broncos will face the Arizona Cardinals to ramp. Up their

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