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"rob lowe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:20 min | Last month

"rob lowe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Rundown who the Vikings have beaten. The Vikings handled the packers week one, then close wins over the Lions, saints, bears. They took care of the dolphins, and they pretty much took care of the Cardinals, a little close. But no heavy hitters. Tennessee doesn't go away. You know, you got Tannehill who was injured Malik Willis came in, but they're 5 and two. But can they score enough points? Derek Henry looked great against the Texans. The forty-niners, they're now four and four. It seems, does anybody have more weapons offensively than the niners do? When you look at debo and McCaffrey and kittle, and then Jimmy G all he does is win. Yes, Mark. Ohio State football. They're the only team in the country with more weapons than San Francisco. And Seattle is 5 and three. They've averaged 33 points a game in October. Defense isn't very good, but the offense has been very good. I still love Baltimore, but Mark Andrews has a shoulder injury. Cincinnati, this is a big game tonight. They're four and three. And they still have Tennessee and Kansas City, buffalo and Baltimore, in the last 7 games of the week. They have the bills and the ravens week 17 and 18. You have the game tonight. This is the brown season. If the browns don't win and you're going to bring back to Sean Watson, by the way, did you see where LeBron James says he's not going to be a cowboys fan anymore, that he had a problem with them because they wouldn't allow the players, I think, to take a knee and prior to games. And then he goes, you know, I'm going to be a browns fan. He has a problem with what happened in Dallas with ownership there. He doesn't have a problem with ownership and Cleveland bringing in deshaun Watson. LeBron. Come on. I think that one through. Yeah. Yeah, more. Tell LeBron, LeBron love you. Feel free to join us on this planet. What in the hell? I know. When he said it, you know, what it's something to do with morals or integrity or something and he can't root for the cowboys and so he's going to root for the browns. Yeah. He should get one of those NFL Rob Lowe hats where he doesn't have a team. I'm just a fan of football. I'm here to watch games. Because then you're not in any trouble. I love the league. That's still one of the most bizarre hats of all time. NFL logo. Is that although if you look in Tyler's room, I do have an NFL hat that they sent me. Go NFL. So it's off to the right. Tyler Tyler is going to get it. So yeah, I got an NFL hat. Well, that's like one of those Super Bowl one hats. Thank you, Tom. So I got an NFL. Not ready to declare which team I'm rooting for yet. Rob Lowe still waiting. Football. I just root for everybody. I just want the league to do well. What's the poll question number two? We got a big one or two. It's just huge. Okay. Whose career would you buy stock in? Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson Trey Lance, Justin Fields, Mac Jones, what do they all have in common? Their quarterbacks? Yes. Even more specifically. They're disappointing. First round picks, Dan. Of course they are. I feel like there's one that jumps out in the rest. Probably not. Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Trey Lance. Z, they like to call in. Justin Fields, Mack Jones. I'm going to say Trevor Lawrence. It should be Trevor Lawrence 99% and the other ones can split the other one. Yeah. Because Matt Jones didn't look good. No. Zach Wilson giveth and taketh away. Justin Fields. He kept him in the game. I mean, they kind of were hanging in there until third quarter. Who else is in there? I'll Trey Lance and I have no idea. Trey Lance has played 5 minutes in the last 5 years. He gets an incomplete. I would say Trevor Lawrence, just because of what he started with, as far as athleticism, his talent, but that Jags bandwagon. They pulled over the side of the road. They're in a rest stop. They're not getting out for a little while. Yeah, pulling. Mac Jones and his career is 25 touchdowns 20 picks. Davis mills a second, 24 touchdowns and 16 picks. Trevor Lawrence is even 22 and 23. Justin Fields actually has better passing numbers than Zach Wilson. 14 touchdowns to 16 picks. Zach Wilson's at 12 touchdowns of the 16 picks. Justin Fields has about a thousand rushing yards. He's the only runner in the group. Well, he's played more, though. He played more than Zach Wilson, right? Games wise. He's played one more game than the only one. World Series cited a game of peace and rain in the forecast that's game three in Philadelphia Bengals at the browns, the Bengals are favored by three and a half. Shannon and Indiana and then we'll take a break, Ross Tucker will join us. Ayesha. Hey, morning DP. Good morning. Happy Halloween. Yeah. That's worse for the weekend. This was watching that Ohio State, Penn State game, watching Marvin Harrison junior and then I don't remember the defense of guy's name, but man, he took that game over, sir. Seating your Ohio State lineman? Yeah, JT oh gosh. Two he also sopo. Yeah. I had it. Two I'm allow? Yeah. I think it is. Manu two sopo. Yeah. I think I had the pronunciation down. So well. You did. You did. You were like, you were walking around talking to yourself, trying to pronounce the name, and I went, oh. The Ohio State defensive guy. We had a couple of sacks and a pick 6 and a couple of tackles for a law and fumble recovery, I think. Yeah. How about I spell the name? You guys pronounce it. JT, well, that's no problem. To a mole Lao. DJ uyanga Li. Chris fuma follow. Yes, Todd. Two molo. To imola. I was checking that out yesterday looking at old clips to make sure we had that right. Oh, okay. JT. Two E Mola. Definitely not too emo. It's definitely not. It's definitely not too emo. I'll go candy corns to the face. Candy corn candy corn to the face. So it could be two more. Two more allow. Something like that. What is JT stand for? Maybe you play the highlight of him with a pick 6. And you could hear the announcements. To immola. It's like that. Can we Mola ow? Attention to detail. The attention to detail we have on this program. All right, we'll come back, Ross Tucker set to join us. We'll get to more phone calls. We'll give you our best and worst of the weekend. We're back after this. On the Dan Patrick show. Hey, it's me. Rob Parker, check out my weekly MLB podcast inside the Parker for 22 minutes of piping hot baseball talk featuring the biggest name to newsmakers in the sport, whether you believe in analytics or the I test we've got all the bases covered. New episodes drop every Thursday. So do yourself a favor and listen to inside the partner with rob Parker on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts. 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"rob lowe" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

05:03 min | Last month

"rob lowe" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Get her belts and patty melts at the Monte Carlo with an Eldorado don't wake up out of my slumber feeling like Rob Lowe so follow it's so time it is hot nobody's the kinky shepherd with about a hundred red hot teddy tender grass cooler than Brady Jackson sipping a milkshake and a snowball if I don't warm in a dorm room at the AU. We blew hate to athletes my cakey but you must have me mistaken with them Staples that you make huh. Good question. Area yellow 7 eyes and feelings on display my nigga I'm on go hooked it up oh my gosh did my rebels they gonna kiss right out to the corner go hide out I'm talking about a wild eye like that tripper. Let me be there be no on your sibling why can't K on your zipper lick you like a lizard when I was living a sober 6 million ways exposure like Noah I get to the music and you get pretty Pete, but I call your from a this. I know you'll be there for me.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I hi hi hello Hi Joey Hi Hi Hi Don't Oh by the way So it really is a tomato tomato thing 'cause half the anchor said all Macron and the other half said aron But I'm gonna go with a Macron 'cause that's what Doctor Fauci said And that means you two are wrong as usual because you said it was on the cron Just saying just let's start with that I thought it was coat of chrome Is it cortico Let's change it to them I am the only person in this room that has ever been a member of a fraternity I had to learn the Greek alphabet I spent some time at a fraternity I'm sure you did Back in the fluid days I what Took a year of ancient Greek in college It is all a crime it is I don't know Did you notice that I'm like wait joy's going with a Hang on What's in it like it Every other show One room Yeah But Doctor Fauci said all Macron so I don't know They learn LAT tomato tomato Let's just have the whole thing It's a great time It's all Greek to me Yeah This is funny I get it Yeah Let's call the whole thing off Meaning humanity Wear a mask even if you're vaccinated just keep wearing a mask Going back to my essential human shirt just back up away from me Any viral apocalypse fiction that you will read will tell you that not everybody dies There are always survived Really And they always fight it out for water and power It was just impossible and who's been Affleck in this scenario It's gonna survive this I'm thinking about the stand you know Yeah Good and evil Who's the yell for errands in this situation Yeah what Rob Lowe who's Miguel I remember all referring to different movies at the same time To outbreak and contagion and I don't know what else Okay What was oh by the way we covered a demon sex story yesterday Yes I love that story I think it was just her horror excuse She had my favorite horror I wanted to tell you the story that she told her husband It was Some demon I'm like sure we're that what she's saying If that's what she ripped its face off the end so the movie it was like a cross between face off and alien It was B It was V because it was lizard Yeah so it was V yeah It's just it's like some sort of crazy Bible code for I'm the mailman whatever Okay His twin brother That's exactly I think it's what she has to do to get through sex with her husband but then he's an alien He's someone who is interesting Did Mary really have a divine.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Your mind's not telling you hey you know you should really be doing you should be doing. Xyz or hey you know you should really go back. None of that. That part that monkey brain part of yourself is shut off and you're fully present in whatever you were doing and content with that that is the definition of true happiness for this insight into the importance of making sure. He's living in the present moment. Came from one of the hardest. One battles of rob's life you know. I've been sober now thirty years and it's you know it changed my life and one of the big tendency of recovery is learning to live in the now and learning to be happy with. What's in front of you to the extent that i'm able to do that on. A daily basis is a direct correlation. To how happy i am at any given time nostalgia can be a pleasant experience but our memories of the past also hurt our present selves. If we're not careful but when we take a present focus when we learned to be content with what's in front of us who we recognize that we want to remember what's going on in the here now as happily as possible. We can avoid the problems that come with an extra rosy retrospection rob's living proof the understanding our minds biases can help us appreciate our past and even dig into all that yummy and psychologically beneficial nostalgia without the drawbacks. When we noticed what we're longing for in the past we can choose not to go backwards but decide how to move forward in the future. Rob taught me than an accurate sense of the pros and cons of the past can be helpful way to enjoy and make the most of the present which was really good news for me because i really really wasn't ready to throw away my eighties playlists just yet. In fact after chatting with.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"But unlike philippi who announced knows ignorance of his own rosy retrospection never let him properly process that decision where he's in. Paris keeps lipsticks ordinary. Static about going back to his hometown. And he wants to go back doesn't enjoy perez and then when he goes back he's not happy it's like this is not at all night in it are rosy retrospection mean that we spend the present constantly wishing we go back to what it was like in the past but in the rare cases where those wishes come. True as they did for who've anna. We usually find that those past situations aren't as good as rosalie remembered to steal. Eloquent words of garcia marquez. We become easy victims to the charitable deceptions of culture. But the fact that are nostalgic tendencies are so easily deceived. Also makes us easy marks for people who might want to exploit your past. Human minds are so prone to rosy retrospection that. It's really simple to feed us good story about what things were like back in the day some imagined utopia that was better then than it is now which is why so many political movements are keen to convince us that everything in life would be peachy if we could just return to the good old days that was the whole trump campaign ride make america great again and again clear indication that it was put before on the we should strive to do something. Like past. Philippi saw justice pattern in his own countries rightwing propaganda mid attempts to end decades of political violence. I left columbia very unhappy with the political situation. Some of the most horrible acts ever committed by government. I think in columbia happen during that time but what is the baser pricing to me. Is that you know. Many of the people that voted against the peace process had an extraordinarily distorted view of how the past was so they were hoping to go back to a kind of life that never occurred in columbia. Never this situation again in which no sasha is a very bad motivator and that's because the science shows that we don't just experience nostalgia for a past that we actually experienced our memories are so biased that we sometimes experienced nostalgia for a past that never even occurred for one. We only imagine happening ugali. Holy moly. I would be so much better off if i was in that. Imagine situation that. I never leave. I never experienced. But i am very capable of Relating relative to this state. That i am nin right now. It is does the worst possible way glenn about making decisions. So how can we protect ourselves from the various parts of stall. Joe how can we get the benefits of our rosie passed without all those biased memories hurting our current decisions philippi things one path forward is to pay attention to why we're turning to passed in the first place. What do memories tell us. We're missing in the present. You might think that what you want is to go back to high school but really what is going to satisfy. The sire is to get new france. But there's also a second way to avoid the problems of nostalgia. The funny thing is that it seems kinda country too. Because what i think we should do is to improve our memory of the past. We need historians really helping us the spelled the delusions that style create. i think universities should hire historians. I think podcasters should interview historians the best way to minimize the distortion of nostalgia to actually improve our memory as i heard more fully bay strategies for preventing the problems of rosy retrospection. I realized i needed to talk to someone who had special insight into how to use our fond memories productively not a historian or scholar but someone whose entire career could have been defined by the past. But wasn't my eighties idle roblo. Listen i love the eighties as much as the next guy but when people come up to me the thing that most proud of an all my career is that i never know what they're going to want to talk about. I i love that. I'm not anchored to anyone era or anyone. Tv show or to anyone movie the eighties merely a fantastic chapter that a lot of people like including me unlike many stars from the eighties rap managed not to get stuck there despite the fact that rob is himself very nostalgic in the fact that he is for me at least absolute epitome of eighties nostalgia. He's seamlessly managed to move beyond that decade. Nearly all of rob's biggest successes in movies and tv is an author and now even in podcasting with his new show literally with roblo. They've all come. Since the eighties for self proclaimed lover of nostalgia rob hasn't let his rosy retrospection affect his presence success or his current happiness. One of my greatest fears was always being a one hit wonder for decades in. I still wake up one hit wonder. So what's rob secret. We'll even though he's not a psychologist. Rob seems to have an intuitive sense. That our memories are more fallible than we realize is unique cultural see in the eighties has made him all too aware that we sometimes celebrate parts of the past that were at the time kind of sucky so in the eighties. Everybody's shit all over the music. It seems shocking now. Like when did journeys can't stop believing become the national anthem. Because i remember the eighties. People laughed at journey that thought they were cheesy. Hack rock band now. That's every college. Campus frat party raise your beer. Start crying dancing song. It's the end of the sopranos. If you told me in one thousand nine hundred eighty four that that was the song i would have said no way while. It's easy for all of us to miss. Remember the past. That's a luxury that people who've lived in the public. I don't always have rob's problems with substance addiction and sex scandals are common knowledge. And that means that. Rob has had to be honest with himself about the harmful actions. He engaged as young man. It's made him penitent. And more clear eyed about the past rob's also got an a newfound perspective on the challenges of teenage life as a father to his own boys. Matthew and john robb's kids never became huge teen movie stars like their dad watching matthew and john grow up with more run-of-the-mill adolescent milestones. His made rog realized. Just how odd his own experience was. My son is eighteen okay. So now he's world-famous that kid right there. Eighteen world vince and it just takes my breath way. Wouldn't wish that on an eighteen year old kid. He's never home. He's on the road is making tons of money and it's like i can't believe it happened to me but rob's biggest insight comes from something we talk about a law on this podcast to be fully happy. We need to get out of the past long enough to make the most of the present moment when you think about happiness. Do you think it's more about looking back looking forward a combination of both lake. How do you think about it in your own life. It's not looking forward and not looking back although we've been talking about nostalgia which does make me happy. Obviously really happy. True happiness is is being present in this moment. And.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Now at first glance the positive biopsies easily identified may seem like a great design feature of the mind rosy retrospection allows mary banks to be filled with extra positive. Less boring recordings of the past. And remembering all those positively edited. Memories makes us feel happier less lonely and even more redeemed the present. All good stuff really but lease research also reveals a major dark side to these biopsies. Are positively skewed recollections aren't just passive recordings that we go back to when we're feeling stall gic. We also use our memories in the present to make predictions about how we ought to be spending time so if are overly rosy memories are getting our past. Reality's really wrong. What does that mean for the accuracy with which we're making the decisions of today. I remember distinctly the time of my life at. I don't know what you call cut a small town kind carnival things that you go to at night and they have these like rides and unique cutting candy and i just remember thinking. This is my thing. I want to go do that. Even though she's a world expert on memory biopsies lease still sometimes falls prey to the problems of her own nostalgia. Well i made the mistake of doing that. Not so long ago and i was dizzy. I got a migraine headache. The cotton candy was was terrible. Like how how does anybody eat that stuff. Lean naturally assume that her fond memories of carnivals would accurately predict how positively her presence. Health would feel if she jumped on a rollercoaster or took that i buy of cotton candy. She assumed all the great things she remembered about fares of the past would feel just as good today as they seemed in her nostalgic memories but lease overly glossy memories of the past wanda producing her current happiness and making her a little nauseous constantly. Rewriting the past in a favorable light may make us happier when we look back. But it also means we don't correctly adjust to the demands of the future for instance focusing on the highlights of a marriage or a job might cause us to stay in relationships or work environments. That aren't good for us. We're the bad times in reality. Outweigh the good. What is not just our personal choices that are led astray are biased memories when we get back from the break. We'll see that. There are also societal costs to all these rosy retrospection ones that can be used against us when we least expect it. America proud again. We will make america safe again and yes together. We will make america great again. We'll explore this.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"I mean there's nothing like being on a bike and suffering with people rejoicing with people. You know to me. It's real shared experience. This is lee thompson. A professor at the kellogg school of management at northwestern university. She's an expert on the ways that our memories can play tricks on us but league is also a world champion cyclist. She took up the sport late in life. Encouraged by a very devoted teacher her fiance bob. You know he was a cyclist and my response was like any normal person's response who doesn't ride a bike. Which has anybody can ride a bike. Like what's the big deal. But then he said well. Do you know what excites go. Twenty five miles an hour on a bike. And can you do that for an hour. And a psych. Okay well is this a challenge or what in lee was up for that challenge. After she bob got married. They headed not for a beach vacation honeymoon. But for the san juan islands and day. Long grueling bike rides. I didn't know that my husband's secret plan was to get me to ride up mount constitution. If i would have read anything about that. I think i would have freaked myself out said. Are you kidding me. There's no way we're doing this but it was only when we rely upon quarter of the way up that he said this is going to be a pretty serious climb but by that time i was already kind of one quarter into it. A painful bike ride that so steep. You don't even think you can finish it. That doesn't sound like most people's idea of a good honeymoon but lee gets nostalgic whenever she thinks about. It serves one time in my life where i could go back to. It would probably be that because it was just epic you know epoch fun but i know enough as a psychologist in my own research to know that on any given day. There was a sunburn. There wasn't enough food. Somebody ran out a water so not every moment was glorious. Lee recognizes that our minds lie to us and one of our minds. Biggest misconceptions is that our recollections of the past are totally accurate. Our memories are pretty fallible. That seems like a judgy word but our memories are not necessarily like video recorder. Human memory doesn't have the hard drive space to videotape life in its entirety. So our brains. Play fast and loose with the footage. The first thing we do is delete most of the boring parts. The half hour of your vacation that you spent in traffic or the part where you had to wait for dinner to show up or the ten minutes you spent going through airport security. Although filler moments get trucked but dropping those boring bits means that our memories are skewed in a very systematic way. The past seems to have a higher ratio of interesting moments too boring stuff than real life towards but that's not the only way. Our minds are biased. Our brains also don't like to recall the bad stuff the sunburns and the rainy beach days lost luggage and so our brains cook the data. We has argued that we simply tend to forget the parts of innovated that weren't positive for example on my honeymoon. There was a day where both of us didn't wear sunscreen. And there're very very uncomfortable burns. I choose not to dwell on that. I choose not to make that the the most important aspect but anybody who's had a pretty bad sunburn knows that can be a dealbreaker as far as your ability to enjoy the rest of the vacation. Our minds are also wannabe movie directors. They really like a good story. The kind that has a happy ending and that means that our brains unconsciously rewrite past events so that they see more entertaining that sunset becomes even more beautiful that fish we caught becomes not just reasonably sized but really really huge that beer pong game becomes more fun and less vomit built and when we do manage to remember those annoying moments they somehow magically transform into life lessons that provide a nice narrative arc so what was an absolute disaster trip could turn out to be a hilarious story after the fact kind of like. Oh look at me. I managed to survive. That's kind of an extreme example of what we call story construction or or sense making becomes kind of a funny story to tell after all these edits. Our memories are no longer accurate recordings of real life events there unconsciously spin-doctors highlight reels. It's a bias. That lee and her colleagues have referred to as rosy retrospection which technically means that our memory for this bounded event in time is a lot more favorable and positive and fulfilling then was the actual experience of the event itself but rosy retrospection aren't just memories. We think back on passively we also use them to predict what we will enjoy and will enjoy the future and that leads to a second bias. What leeann her colleagues call rosie prospection when we think about a future event like a dinner with friends or vacation we predict that it's going to be great. Dislike similar events are in our biased positive memories anticipating that event. I probably wouldn't be thinking about the stress of going through an international airport and the stress of i dunno packing or not getting my bag. I just be thinking about. Oh the arrival. And the perfect weather. The idea of rosie prospection and retrospection fit well with what we experienced in her own honeymoon but did lease hypothesis matt. What real people. Actually experience lee wanted to test this empirically but she had to locate pretty special population of subjects. She had to find a group of people who are about to undergo a positive experience in their lives. Some sort of event that would make for a good memory but those people also had to be willing to fill out a bunch of boring surveys during the event. What we didn't realize at the time was that her scientific solution to these problems would come oddly enough from the viking world. Her calling randy crop was organizing a bike trip down the coast of california for his students. And so we thought my gosh. This is fantastic. It's like our perfect dream study. Li i had the students predict how much they enjoy the bike trip before it started. They were asked. How much do you agree with these statements. I'm going to enjoy this trip. I'm going to think this vacation is fun. I'm going to feel good during this trip and so on subjects. Were also ask the same questions again. When they were on the trip itself it after the trip when they were on their flight back home so what we find well before the bike trip subjects thought their enjoyment would be at a twenty seven out of twenty eight total points on these measure. They thought the trip is going to be awesome. But by the second day subject had dropped to only a twenty out of twenty eight. The bikers enjoyment said lower than they had initially predicted for the entire week. But what happened a single day. After the bike tour end subjects remembered their trip. Much better than it was. They said their experience was a twenty six. Out of twenty eight. On average the bikers final post trip rating was higher than their enjoyment had actually been at any single point during the trip now that the trip was over. It was awesome when you ask people. Oh you have this event coming up. How are you feeling. Oh my gosh. it's going to be tastic. I'm so excited. This has got to be so pleasureful and then during the event my socks are wet. I forgot to bring mosquito repellent. You know like so yucky. You know the food they ran out of whatever. So there's a dampening as we called it during the event and then after the event boom all of a sudden the rosy retrospection kicks in where people are remembering the event as much more pleasureful than they reported during the event itself.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"So full disclosure. I ministry junkie. When i have a tough day at work. I re watch old movies or play. The classic songs that i loved in high school. So you can imagine my total. When i learned that. I share a fondness for all things old school with my eighties heartthrob rob lowe. I love nostalgia. I love that. I'm on this podcast right now. Because i'm very big on it. The science shows that robin are not alone. here nostalgia is an incredibly common experience. In fact one study found that around eighty percent of participants reported feeling nostalgic at least once a week if you were to look over my shoulder at night when i'm going down my youtube wormhole it's all stalled. It's all history. Nostalgia related behind the scenes of seventies music. All that stuff like me. Rob loves thinking back to the songs of his youth and the concerts he enjoyed when he was young for him. Big one was seeing his idol. Bruce springsteen live for the first time one of the things. I remember that crazy time was going to see him at giants stadium. It's the born in the usa tour type apostolic but rob's concert memories are also big different than many of ours stadiums for. It's just before showtime. And i walk in and people start noticing. Sang low and wanting autograph the next thing. I know the entire stadium as chanting my name. I get really like embarrassed. But the good news is that led the springsteen people to get the hell out of the stadium in backstage. And that's how. I finally matt bruce. The same is true for his memories of eighties. Television rob also loves to get nostalgic about bad old school tv. I told him stories of high used to run off the school bus to catch my fever afternoon. Shows but rob's childhood. Tv watching stories are a bit more over the top than mine because rob wasn't just watching those abc afternoon specials. He was also starring in them. And i use that as an excuse to go up to the cutest girl in the school and kind of try to chat her up and named jennifer in one thing led to another and she invited me to come to her house and watch the after school special shows like you know my dad's enacting so That'll be great. So i roll up to housed to mansion in beverly hills. I have ever seen a mansion. And i opened the door in its carey grant in a bathrobe and so we watch my little stupid after school special with cary grant and afterwards he was like you remind me son of a young in bay which i took a huge compliment as heard more and more about rob's incredible stories. I realized that he might not be the starting point for understanding the average person's connection between the stall joy and happiness. I love the eighties. But i had obviously very very very unique seat at the eighties so to get a more scientific sense of why we left thinking about the past. I decided to turn to someone else. I thought could help my friend and colleague fully regard. I'm an addict sooner style. yes. I love it. I relish that feeling. The leap is an academic triple threat. He's a professor of psychology cognitive neuroscience and philosophy at duke university full disclosure there times in which i feel that i was born the wrong time i love the nineteen twenty s. I love hats. I love nap. Nicely chatting virginia wall. I have a very valued allowed but felipe as in just a fan of nostalgia. He's also an academic expert on the topic. The term nostalgia was coined in the sixteen hundreds and it was originally considered a neurological commission which is very interesting because neurology. Psychiatry were while there was no such thing as psychiatric back then but it was very clearly considered a condition of the body and it was thought to mainly affect army personnel with described in germany and it was mostly off to affect swiss soldiers and then there were also very interesting origin stories as to why people felt lost algebra. One of them had to do with eardrum damage. Due to the incessant plunging of the cowbells in switzerland there were stories about atmospheric pressure and so on and so forth but it was always considered a malady was conceived illness off the body mainly neurological illness and also that it was associated with depression anxiety lack of appetite it was't until much later where people started the saint that there might be something positive about style. It's kind of amazing that it took hundreds of years for scholars to realize that nostalgia actually felt good but these days scientists are learning that the effects of this bittersweet emotion are often more sweet than bitter and fact psychologists have observed that thinking wistfully about the past can make us feel really good. We used memories just as using my donation to make us feel better now. So nostalgia is a very good way of going on a little mental vacation without leaving your home and when you cannot leave your home. That's the best way you can do it right. One of the times that our brains especially seek out old memories is when we're feeling more alone than usual. There's been a lot of research making people feel kinda lonely isolated and stuff like that that tends to elicit a little bit more feelings of nostalgia looks as though it is when you're in a negative situation that you're more likely to generate the sense of musalia if you've listened to other episodes of happiness lab. You probably know that feeling socially connected an important condition for happiness. But it's not just the right now. Social connection we get from seeing friends in the present that makes us happy research shows. We also get a happiness boost from merely thinking about pass social times especially if we're feeling lonely in the present as one scientific paper nicely put it. During the stall gic reverie the mind is peopled science has found another way that nostalgia can boost our wellbeing. Re-experience the paths can help us feel better about how things went back in the day which is important because let's face it our past selves were always our best selves passes. Didn't always make this artist choices. Something my eighties idle roblo knows all too well. Look there are people who live through the eighty s and there are people live through the eighties. If you've rep rob's memoir stories. I only tell my friends. You know that rob had some pretty rough times early in his career. And that's one of the reasons he personally loves nostalgia so much when we look back at some of the bad choices of our youth. We often do so with a bit more clarity than we had. When we were living through those events. And i don't think nostalgia is nostalgia without that underpinning. You know all in also looking back on anything. You have twenty twenty hindsight so if you're being nostalgic and you're looking back implicit in that is what would i have done differently. This redemptive lens through which we naturally view the past means that we remember. Even the worst events with a positive spin we recall the good parts and neglect the not-so-good or even embarrassing parts. It's like talking about the greatest beer pong game. You ever played your great. Did you vomit. Yeah vomited but still grade or like a when we get back from the break. We'll look in more detail at why we tend to distort the past so badly or to paraphrase rob how it is that our brains get all the great beer pong of the past without any of the vomit when happiness lab returns. We'll see that. Are rosie redemptive. You of the past stems from unfortunate design feature of our minds one that comes with a huge happiness cost that we don't often recognize willer. Learn that what seems like a harmless bit of rosie nostalgia can sometimes cause us to make bad decisions in the present the happiness lab. We'll be back in a moment..

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

"Reminder when you hear the word nostalgia. What are your thoughts go. How boy you know gets triggered usually by music or smell like hot air and pines that combination and then if you throw in a little bit of saltwater reminds me of the very first time i ever saw california in one thousand nine hundred seventy six when first set foot out ear and started my journey to where i am today so that that really gets stall jim you're listening to one of the most surreal conversations of my life. I'm talking about nostalgia with the actor who personifies some of my fondest. Eighties memories roblo. If you're a child of the eighties like me. rob is an icon. He was part of pretty much everything. I'm embarrassed to love about that decade. He was an abc. After school specials he starred in classic eighties moods like say almost fire and the outsiders he was a member of the infamous brat. Pack who's on the cover of team beat magazine week after week. He did it all my teen. Idols from demi moore to winona ryder. He played saxophone or at least i thought he did. Do you actually play the sax or is that just for the movie. Let me tell you something. I am a longtime actor. I can fake do almost anything. I can fake shoot a gun. I can fake repel. I can fake play the saxophone. Like no other and have fooled many a person with it and let's not even get started on his hair. I used more hair mousse than any human being. Should ever use. All this goes to say that. Even though i was trying to be my smoothest professional podcast. Y'all professor self. When i chatted with rob i was finding it really hard to hold it together when the carpenters come on the radio. And you're like immediately next to your grandpa co-driving is station wagon and your nine or eleven years old. It's it's awesome. It's magic your time machine. You're literally in a time machine by love the the time machine point because you know in some sense you've created that time machine for other people even for me like just talking with you on the zoom call. I hear your voice. And i hear certain ways you express things in certain parts of your smile and i'm taking it back to you know movies. I watched in grade school and with friends and fun times in college. And you know what does it feel like to be creating the time machine for other people. That is amazing. It makes me feel so good. It really does. Because i can put the shoe on the other foot so easily. Meet my heroes or whatever go hey man what that song you wrote played at my wedding to me hearing feedback like that at the end of the day. It's the real reason. I think that that i became an actor and got into this business was to move people and and create memories for the cause. Memories are all you got. That's all you got. Oh rob is right here when we look back at our lives our memories are all we've got and reliving. All those nostalgic moments often feels really fun but nostalgia can also cause pain. Research shows that if we're not careful are happiest. Memories have away of messing with our future wellbeing. Making us downplay bad experiences or totally miss. Remember the past which can set us up for some potentially damaging choices so how can we experience the benefits of nostalgia in a way. That doesn't hurt our happiness. How can we relive are fond past memories. in a way that doesn't hurt.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"And here's how it would go ready. Yes lorne. Tell me about the first time you met dan. Ackroyd you rob the thing about danny is. He's much taller in your life than you think he is. And then i'll be like. Hey bruce tell me what was your relationship like with clarence clements and the big man. He's a force to be reckoned with. I think we can do that. Bravo bravo so lorne. Michaels really does sound like doctor. Evil then it's basically what you're saying. He sent that really was. I don't think anybody pretends otherwise. Now including lord himself. Okay so hold on a second. Maybe i'm wrong. Austin powers might be his greatest for sure grossing on but i don't want that wasn't an snl that's That was all mr mike meyers. Okay so you've been an. I mean merav which may not be. I may or may not be doing a surprise appearance in his new netflix show. It was announced today. Okay roblo that's a great little piece of bread crumbs that'll be for the next time. You're on promoting anything. Here's france show so before I let you go if you could revisit one of your characters to see what he is up to today. Any of them in the history of your filmography television offi. If that's even a word who would that character be to revisit who that person is in what they are doing in twenty twenty one. Who would that be. How about that one. There are a lot of characters that are in second place. But there's only one in first place okay in. That's i don't know if you were aware that from time to time i would come in and have a lot of fun with my buddy david coveney on his show california -cation and i played a character named eddy. Niro okay and eddie. Nero was a poly sexual Drug addled academy award winning pretentious movie star. It was the most by far the most insane character. I've ever had the opportunity to play. And i can only the mind boggles.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"I use that as an excuse to pay for my own flight. Fly back to la to audition for just to be with the girlfriend again. Never knowing it's just an audition the just. They don't know who i i get. I get the tv show. And i only got it. Because i came back. I wanted to be with my girlfriend and that was my first big. It was called a new kind of family it was. Abc was directly opposite sixty minutes. Which meant we were truly dead last. I'm not truly there. Were sixty two shows in existence. That's all there. Were three networks and those that was it. Sixty two shows on the schedule. We were sixty second every week. Deadliest crushed curb stomp but you at least came back and you are where the girl that you wanted to hang with and that was in those three things together helped launch your career and then to this very day so then that shows a disaster. A total total unmitigated disaster. In spite of the fact that was produced by michael eisner's wife. And and larry gordon's wife. Who the titans of the industry. It was about two families sharing the same house. They shut us down. The ratings were so bad they fired the other family and decided to make the new family black figuring. That was the problem and so now without explaining where the other family went. And janet jackson was now the new little girl on the show. Yes and i remember talking to janet and she was like this acting thing sucks. She's like she's like. I think if this doesn't work i'm just going to be a straight sooner. So janet night did that show together then work again for like three or four years and i figured my career was over. I had a moment of the child actor and didn't make you know it was studying to be a marine biologist. Because i love the ocean. I love that kind of thing. And i'm i'm kind of a nerd that way so my thought was all either be a lawyer or a marine biologist and i was auditioning not getting anything and ready to quit and got accepted at usc and was ready to go there. And i got the outsiders though the day i had to choose my classes for usc. And i way i did. The i did the movie instead.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"You that. No man so okay. So that's your that's your your in your first big break was what. What was the the one movie. That was your your first three big breaks. The first one is the very first paying job you get and the very first paying job i got professionally was i was in. The first commercial was ever made specifically for the super bowl out of here. Yeah i never knew that what was that. Is her coke for coca cola. Okay and it was really ahead of its time it probably would have been would have been nineteen seventy seven and it was what they call a one or so it's all one shot they built a four storey new york tenement on a sound stage in culver city and at a big crane and at the beginning of the commercial. I came out with a bunch of kids in the stoop plan. Handball and i heard singing from up on the roof. And i pointed to the top of the roof and that motivated the camera rich. Don't you see just her and the camera then went up. The building and looked in every window is people. Were enjoying their coca-cola's slices of life. Just americans just doing what they do. Drink and coke and then the camera got to the top of the building and there was a guy playing his guitar singing the coca cola sawn with the beautiful new york city skyline. It was very lyrical. And i think at aired twice. Which super bowl was it. Do you remember sitting around. Watch the super bowl. Here comes your commercial on the air. I remember seeing it on the air wants. It must have been the super bowl. Okay but it and i used to watch and watch him so seven would that been was at the orange crush. It sounds like a cowboy. Steelers match up to me. Rob like if i had to guess. Yeah does not reeks of bradshaw back. Yes rob lowe coca cola triumvirate that i didn't know actually existed until just now so that person and then i go to my mailbox and get those residuals like you just opened up and be so excited and then and then i i did Oh the my next big break was. I got carl's junior commercial. This is the difference between coming to la and going to new york at gone to new york as a thought in ohio. I would have been like in death of a salesman or you know. I'd had done pinter but instead i go to la. And i'm working with regis philbin on carl's junior commercial. That's that's the difference in the cultures re just was in that commercial. Come on rob. Are you syria. Me and reach man. Regis was at that point the biggest star on kabc. I don't know if he he was like the local. Whatever the hell like he was the guy right but he was regional. Yeah he was totally a regional star. We did carl's junior commercial together. And then i want unemployed for like one hundred years after that and My next big break in this is an so. I love for the first time ever. I was fourteen the puppy love. Or you just can't see straight. You're truly love sick. Like sydney in love and it was just as i had to go to ohio in the summer to see my dad and i didn't want to go back to ohio just fallen in love with this beautiful beautiful beautiful blond surfer girl again to ohio. I'm despondent and my agent calls me and my age it was like a shitty little rinky dink like waiting for guffman type agent and calls me as like so. There's a tv show that we think you'd be right for if you want to audition..

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"This show is really enjoyable. These are provocative poignant even hilarious stories that explore the diversity of home in america and the fundamental need for shelter and belonging that unites us. All michael wood lewis moved to this great neighborhood hoping to become friends with his new neighbors. But that didn't exactly happen until he built his own social network to make friends all across vermont in another episode shaheen pasha searches for someone known to her immigrant family. Only as the landlady who thirty years earlier at rescued them from homelessness when they arrived from pakistan but the search takes shaheen deep into possibly unfriendly territory. The stories from home made will inspire you as much as they did me. So search for home made anywhere. You listen to podcasts. That's two words home and m. a. d. home in made my thanks to home made for their support on this podcast..

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"But i figured i'd love to have you on here too because i wanted to start a podcast. That was a little bit different than what i do as well as give people a little bit of Guidance if they need it on just getting started with their lives if it's been paused or changed in any way or are they want some sort of portable piece of advice from anybody. Because everybody's got an origin story like you rumbelow. Ever you have an origin story. Well we're all. The whole world is restarting. So it's the perfect time to do it right exactly right. So how did you just get started. Rob how did that start for you. Well i was really really really. I think lucky. There's a curse to it which i'll get to this but lucky blessed that i knew very very young what i wanted to do like i knew in my dna. That i wanted to be an actor. By the time i was eight. I knew that And i'd gone to see a neighborhood. Local feeder company with my parents and the kids in the play. The play was oliver and the kids. Were playing whatever the lost boys. Where the hell they kids aren't oliver and i was like i want to do that. And i'm sure my parents were just like sure. I wanna play a little leaguer. I'd like to go on a canoe trip ride like but i'm sure they thought it was like a passing fancy but i knew that's what i wanted to do in in in literally. His podcast titled literally everything. I did in my life from that moment on was directed at that total sole focus. And how did you get your first big break. Then how did that come about rob for those who might not have read your your book. I did which is must read 'cause I'll say this. As i mentioned before about your first i should say book. It's clear nobody else wrote it. It's clear that you sat down and wrote it. It literally is in your voice to use that phrase literally as well so for those who might not already know the story. Go for it if you don't mind. Thank you and i do welcome. I'm very proud of the books. And i always love when people you know because if you have any interested me at all the books are really fun because it is. It's the most pure essence of me. Anyway i did local theater. I did camp the any type of theater you could do. I did and my notion was when i grew up. I would go to new york and hit the bricks in new york. Like 'cause i was doing us playing every little kid part. In every university play. University of wright state university a university of dayton was living dayton ohio. The kenley players were that were around then were which was like a summer stock professional. So i was like the kid you went to and i was going to new york and they were theater actors well. My parents got divorced. Which was not happy about. That was not a good moment.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah, closed for the whole weekend. It starts at 10 o'clock this evening and should be wrapped up and open again by five. A.m. on Monday. Ken Marlo's five eyewitness News forecast mostly cloudy. A few showers possible 65 degrees the high today Then cloud showers and 50 tonight. As for tomorrow, partly sunny and 70 and on Sunday partly sunny and 75. It's 59 right now. Any information such marquee over the helm. Do you download? This isn't my talk dirt alert. Everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture at the top of every hour on my talk, one of 71 not tell us everything. Everything. The band 21 pilots have a new album coming out next Friday, called Scaled and icy and to celebrate their launching their own burrito. Oh, what's in the burrito? Well, it's a partnership with Fulton. Well, she's very excited. Oh, yeah. Real life everyone. Pilots have teamed up with two poles play. Let me repeat that took a out of 21 Pilots burrito, and it has, um chicken, white rice, tomato salsa, roasted chili corn salsa. Cheese, romaine lettuce in case so, Blanco, So there you go to some of the 21 file. Um, so weird. I'm sorry. Shit. You're pulling on me. I know that one kid that Jason was a great idea. She is not going to lose my life. Maybe he'll order it. Oprah still regrets asking a question to somebody she interviewed. Um and we've always thought of her is like a very thoughtful interviewer. Um There's one question that six out that she wishes she wouldn't have asked And she talked about this on Rob Lowe's podcast this week. It was when she interviewed Sally Field. Years ago, and she asked her if Burt Reynolds.

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"rob lowe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That was really the decision. We're trying to compare everything, too. So there it is. Ultimately in Lynn said it yesterday So people say why they're moving on from Jimmy G. They just believed he was to injury prone. Just simple is that they say it's a real concern. There's no getting around that. I mean, just look at how many games he played no money He's missed over the past year like but, yeah, those were flukes. I can I'll be fine. Let's see. We're gonna find out. We'll see. I hope it is. I hope they were flukes Guy like him on the field, too. And I seriously doubt that trade would be ready to take the reins, especially early in the season. I mean, I want to go Rob Lowe to be happy. That's why he just turned and handed to Rahim and Trey. It's right. Just turn it hold Arab's just tray under center, just having handed off a man 50 times. I'm just telling you what's gonna happen. That's how Jimmy got to the Super Bowl in the NFC Jail's easy now part of a team Anyway. There you go. That's the latest from Constanta hands. We could view to dissect this move here is that he just fell in love with the kid. And there you go. He's coming to town. Trace service. Gonna come on our show today at 8 30. How about talking to that kid? It's great to be back, people calling in to say they're back and we talked enough about that we haven't We Committing sports talk radio. Ah, flagrant two by not obsessing over Aaron Rodgers know, I would say we're good. Actually, You don't wanna get into it. No. Well, we should get into it. I'd rather continue on the path. We're on that. I want to get back to this Giants doubleheader today. I want to get back to this whole Niner discussion we're having. And, of course, Steph Curry. If anybody's paying attention, Steph Curry is just still going out there on a nightly basis and rewriting the You know the three point scoring a record books. In fact, where if you know what we've got, we have something on deck for stuff. Curry. I think we should unveil on the other side. Let's do you know it's a thank you. That's so It's just a thank you gesture on behalf of the Murphy Um, actually, Steph Curry. Let's do that. Yes. Oh, yeah. And just everybody to know that they're saying now Ian Rapoport, the rap sheet says that the release of Of obscure wide receiver Jakku Moreau was the death knell in the relationship between the past that possible. It's Jake Coomer has a connection to the Niners. He's related to Nick Bo says, And he like Jake. Euros. Mom is like Bosa's mom's sister. Some, like, think they're cousins. Who said this rap sheet or Schefter rap sheet? Listen, Okay, All right. I don't have a sound bite for rap sheet. Not yet. All right. Get into that man. All right. Ate away can be yours. If you want to say hi. Well, say hi to you. All he's gonna say hi to Steph. Dwayne Kuipers coming to 7 30. We had two Giants games today. Kind of 27 inning games. Don't forget in the fourth inning starts sweating colonies. When things gonna start ramping up, Get the pan up. It's the fourth inning. All right. It's the sixth whose are closer? That is gonna happen at 2 40 today to 41st pitch Giants game on then they'll go right again right after that, Then they play at 12 tomorrow. Goodbye. Three games in Colorado in 24 hours, not being sarcastic. Do you know if they have shortened the break between games now? The Texas 45 minutes. That's it, Paul, a Mexican and a lot of games games, babes coming their way can be are one of 45 and 6 80 the SportsCenter. You're listening to Murph in Mac available Now your Amazon echo smart speaker. He's He's KNBR, 1045 and 67. These sports leader. This'll traffic is sponsored by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. Thea Alameda County Sheriff's Office is seeking highly motivated people to join their diverse and growing law enforcement agency. Salaries up to $140,000 in signing bonuses for new candidates apply and join a CSO calm. For the Chilton Auto body Traffic desk, Watch out for plenty of slow and go in the South Bay on North Bound 11 from San Martino up to Cochran Road as you head through Morgan Hill and then again in San Jose, and pockets from Tully Road to Oakland Road. Earlier Crash South found 17 year lark over on the shoulder now and no delays there. North found 99 still a grind from Modesto up in reckon that's because of earlier roadwork. It's about six miles of stop. And Gil. You're drivin from Tracy slowing westbound 205. From the 11th Street merged up to North Flynn in the middle of all that, near Grant line, Watch out for a crash on the shoulder and westbound four stacked up from about leverage to Port Chicago Highway. We're back up to West Grand at the Bay Bridge..

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Wooshka Forever Free is No Longer Free

podnews

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Wooshka Forever Free is No Longer Free

"Wish because forever. Free plan is not forever after all it will close on may the first. The company has announced. The tear was reduced a year ago. Rob lowe said in an email to customers. They have big plans to continue adding features and functionality. To wash in twenty twenty one which will require us to invest efforts previously used to support bush. Got free

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"rob lowe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"rob lowe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Whoa! Like a dime holding up a dollar. I'm just filling that the air time between commercials until Bubba Bo kicks in at midnight. Jerry Jeff Walker. This is the nightcap. 700 wlw first before we get into this hour's pursuits. Which you're a break away from such things. I just want to mention something in the newscast at the top of the hour. I don't know who was accusing some woman. Who was associated with the Q and on people as having dangerous theories. Theories cannot be dangerous. Thought is not dangerous, and in general words are not dangerous. There's words we won't say, but Thoughts and theories aren't dangerous. At least in the America that I know in love. You may not agree with him. They may be here brain. They may be totally insane, but they're not dangerous. Theories. There's no such thing as a dangerous theory just wanted to set the record straight. What a crazy mixed up world in which we live. But as I mentioned at the top, we're taking a break from all that craziness. To talk about stuff. That's fun. We do this about once a month. Thanks to our friend, Mighty John Marshall from money, music dot com and His erstwhile sidekick. Who holds his own by himself, by the way quite nicely. The radio legend Jim Rob Lowe. Barbara, the music professor. They're both joining us for the hour. To talk about valuable vinyl and some good old memories associated with this valuable vinyl from money. Music dot com. Mighty John Marshall. Good evening. How are you? I am fine. Jerry. Jeff, How are you? I'm doing fine. Except I'm having some really dangerous theories. Okay. Good. Encroach into my mind Right now. Profit for you. Wonderful. Wonderful. Thank you, Jerry. Jeff. Great to have your book. We were mighty John had another January list. They put out a list every month of valuable vinyl worth up to certain amounts. A top 10 list. And then he had another idea and another list after he submitted the 1st January list. And it was a list of the 10 most valuable records produced by the late, great and crazy Phil Specter. That's a guy who had dangerous theories, no doubt who passed away recently at the age of 81. In prison by the way for for murder. But Phil Specter in his life did not just Murder Hollywood starlets. He did other things where we're going to examine some of those other things. A zone. Oh, Marge to the late crazy Phil Specter and this is the top 10 records, according to money, music dot com. Valuable value wise vinyl. That Phil Specter produced and it's quite a list and we see some recurring names and recurring themes here. But John, and how long did it take to come and you probably didn't leave everything. They're probably one of the things you could have. Included on this list of Phil Specter produced records, right? Oh, absolutely. But we tried to put together the ones that were the most valuable I and it took a good day to go through my database and figure out what could we come up with the top 10 list for Phil Specter? Did you see Especially number one. Ah, lot of money. Oh, yeah. My eyes popped out when I saw that on the list that that's later to come in the hour. We'll start with number 10, And as you describe these, we will play a portion of it or a good portion of it. And then We went, Jim. Let Barbara Chime in with his thoughts and reflections on the artist to the songs or Phil Specter in general. So number 10 and the money music dot com list of most valuable vinyl produced by Phil Specter. What have you got their job? Well, we got the crystals. He was famous for those girl groups. The crystals 1962 big hit. He's sure the boy I love you have a copy. It's what How much well orange label on the record up to 2 50 a blue label no more than $40. All right, let's listen to this crystals with the wall of sound, baby..

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Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16

CBS Sports Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16

"Niners with a 20 for 16 win over the rands. Jimmy Garoppolo 268 yards passing three touchdowns. He completed 75% of his passes. And threw two TD's against the blitz in this one. It was a season high three touchdown passes. You know, it was really just about coming in this game you could feel in the locker room about the entire week. Just so it was a different mindset, every head, you know, and I In the last couple weeks before there's no one like that feeling, and it wasn't who we are as a team and I think this week I just kind of guys back right on track. Rob Lowe has had six games in his career, where he's thrown at least three touchdowns. He has one. All

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'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:06 min | 2 years ago

'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special

"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The

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Meghan and Harry's Montecito Move Causes Headaches For New Neighbors

Colleen and Bradley

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Meghan and Harry's Montecito Move Causes Headaches For New Neighbors

"Start with the team Z story, Okay? Megan and Harry Montecito move causes headaches. Few new neighbors are already fed up, so I see. This headline, and I think, Wow, Okay, so that sounds like it's straight out of the daily mail. Everybody hates Harry and Megan, you know, showing up to their fancy neighborhood and creating all this chaos. And when you read the story, it basically is T M Z saying, you know, the locals like, for example, quote most locals tell us they want the paps to give it a rest. The paparazzi Because they feel things they're getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised, and they're super annoyed, and they're saying That's because Harry and Megan moved to Montecito, and you've got all these other people in the neighborhood Ellen Oprah, Rob Lowe, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and the Kardashians by the way. On. They're all doing their thing in their private little enclave of Montecito, and they don't need all these paparazzi showing up to blow their cover and harsh. They're mellow.

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Rob Lowe Stops By to Literally Talk About All The Things

RISE Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Rob Lowe Stops By to Literally Talk About All The Things

"As you, you know talking about all the different things that you've done. I. Find It really interesting you're you have a podcast now? In your career, you've been obviously in so many different forms of media. Talk about podcasting why that something that you're doing now. Well, so it's a it's a I think in authentic and logical extension of. Ah Process that started when I wrote my first memoir and I really enjoyed sort of just communicating. Who I really am. And in it became a bestseller and I wrote a second one, and it became a bestseller and. Then instead of writing a third book, I created a one man show that I toured the country with and. Loved that experience and so a podcast felt like. A natural progression of that that also let me satisfy my natural curiosity about other people. And I'm really blessed to have access to some really incredible. People a lot of whom are my friends, but not all of them, and and so the people that I've been able to talk to in a way that no one else is really going to be able to talk to for example this week. We'll be Gwyneth paltrow in Quetta. She was eighteen years old crashing in my guest room when she was debating on what agency she wanted to sign with, and if she should drop out of University of St of Santa Barbara So. It's just A. It's by the way I'm J-. I'm loving it. I'm having the time of my life. And the response has been. Surpassed my wildest expectations I'm having a blast in this space. No wonder you love it so much it's. At will one of the things that strikes me in listening to the show so far is that you see now? You are an actor so obviously. This could be something that you are. It could be an effect what you seem genuinely curious you see you strike me as a person who genuinely curious about other human beings want their stories are like. Is that something that you've always had as part of you or is that something that you've developed over time? I think I've always been curious I'm and I know I have? The. Pleasure to have in class. I wasn't still getting the best grades in class, but I was a pleasure. And I think it's because I enjoyed learning a real I always did and I. Love I still love learning. At this point in my life, and and I love learning from people whom I admire or who I've wondered how they've gotten to where they've gotten, but also I just love like going down rabbit holes into weird. Of the conversation I'm my interviewing style. It's not an interview and I know it's a cliche. It's not an interview. It's a conversation, but it really is true. I'll follow down a rabbit hole, no matter what it is as long as it interests May. And and so for people are liking it and I've Mavin amounted laughs and fun and school. I always feel like actors have a bit of a leg up when it comes to interview, because you have yes and mentality, guys feel like that leads to the rabbit hole. Right where no matter what someone's saying you're like. Oh, my Gosh, yes, and this other thing as well. Do you feel like that's played? A part in being able to have these conversations can go where they've gone. I. Do I also think the other big component that that actress have at least good actors. A good actors are good listeners. And and and the mark of of two marks of of really stellar acting listening and honesty. and. In those things are I. Think the also the hallmark of of. Of A, great podcast you know, a lot of people will say things well I don't know if I can trust him. He's an actor. You know what I mean. He's a good liar. It's exactly the opposite actor. Only, bad actors lie. Good actors are have to find truth. In the lie that they're given is dialogue and scenes are totally made up by somebody else, so your job isn't to why your jobs to find the truth in it. Deliver the truth in an honest way.

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Magic Johnson makes admission about his Twitter account

The Steve Czaban Show

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Magic Johnson makes admission about his Twitter account

"Johnson the great magic Johnson, either has the best or worst account on NBA twitter terrible with almost no inbetween. gator would agree as someone who's name is escaping me. One said magic tweets like someone who thinks they're the only one with television, providing the most lukewarm takes and updates possible to everyone without a TV usually a day, or so after whatever he's tweeting. tweeting about happen, that's pretty good. That's actually pretty pretty spot on why he loved tweeting. And what are essentially ESPN? APP push alerts so much. Is that why he wanted to step down from running the Lakers as an endlessly fascinating question s for the people are really fixated on this. As the writer of this story writes, it turns out. It gets even more interesting because apparently magic isn't even the ones sending his own tweets as he. He revealed to Rob Lowe at a truly bizarre exchange. Why wouldn't rob lowe and Magic Johnson have a conversation about this an appearance on Rob Pelinka's lookalike podcast. I didn't Rob Pelinka look like Rob Lowe Rob Lowe rights or said Dino. Pardon my take their podcast. Those guys are huge fans as you know. And I said Look, you're the best boards podcast GonNa be interviewing magic. He's going to be one of my first guest you. You of new questions. You have any thoughts blah. Blah Blah Blah Blah I don't know I have somebody right out my tweets I. Tell them what I wanted to say, and they write them down. That's actually what Kuhn did for you. John. Yeah yeah, exact, exact, same thing, so yeah I can see it four point nine million followers. He has on twitter I. Don't think follow Magic Johnson, because he's so milk milk toast, so here's the thing. I have learned and I. I agree with this take that a lot of celebrities athletes. They don't want to be on social media. They understand that it can ruin their careers, but it becomes part of deals that they signed with sponsors, and all this other stuff that they need to be promoting their brands on social media, so if you really are worried about yourself, messing up on social media, but you're being forced to buy some contract that you signed to make a bunch of money promoting something then I. Guess that's a good solution.

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Joel Schumacher, Director of ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ and ‘The Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Joel Schumacher, Director of ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ and ‘The Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80

"Director of filmmaker Joel Schumacher dead at the age of eighty he started as a costume designer and later directed St Elmo's fire back in nineteen eighty five making rob Lowe demi Moore and Emilio Estevez instant stars he also directed the lost boys Flatliners took over the Batman film franchise with Batman forever a spokesperson said he died from a long battle with

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'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'Parks and Recreation' cast reunites for fundraising special

"At least for a little bit NBC announced the cast from parks and recreation are set to reunite for a half hour scripted special airing April thirtieth to benefit reading Americans Copa ninety response fund however she did Jones is these on sorry Nick Offerman Aubrey plaza Chris Pratt's Adam Scott rob Lowe will be back in character for the special and we'll be joined by several guest stars parks and rec finished its seven season run five years ago the show's star polar who won a golden globe for her portrayal as Leslie Knope the head of pani Indiana's parks and recreation

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‘Parks and Recreation’ cast to reunite for scripted special to aid coronavirus response fund

Donna and Steve

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

‘Parks and Recreation’ cast to reunite for scripted special to aid coronavirus response fund

"NBC has announced that the cast of parks and recreation is set to reunite for a half hour scripted special airing on April thirtieth in aid of covert nineteen almost all of the original cast members including Amy Poehler Rashida Jones Aziz Ansari Nick Offerman Aubrey plaza Chris Pratt Adam Scott and rob Lowe jimo here and read I will be back in character for the special the special spear headed by co creator Michael Schur will help raise money for feeding America's covert nineteen response fund very run down on an ounce and I but the people who love parks and rec love parks and rec that's that's really cool and I'm sure some weird at home Skype you sue me kind of a version of it but it'll be great some new anything new now is just so

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The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

Donna and Steve

10:31 min | 3 years ago

The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

"Robbie had this in his intercooler earlier about the animated show that HBO has ordered about the Royals hi I think I can interested in this really cute it's called the prince and it's based on on Gary genet he's Instagram account which I thought to rises six year old Prince George all you're kidding the son of prince William and princess Kate he right right for family guide I mean just the picture if you if you look up animated royal you know show up you'll see all the characters animated and prince Phillip his look in print see old really Hey it looks great that great high cheek bones I don't know why I act as a key holder like I didn't know that he was ninety believe that they're still alive no I think it's incredible because they're like she's a lady of the lake leisure I mean should what they're both in their nineties and she looks great yes love her and she always has like on a very colorful outfit you know like in a bright color I think the show will be kind of funny I can I'm I'm looking for dissing this animation the Royals just interest me I'm fine this guy now on Instagram I think it's because of the crown but you know I don't know I think with the death of princess Diana and and there's just you know with with watching her boys grow up on television yeah and yeah I just I'm so interested in just that life I am too it's just fascinating that it is real life yeah I know it's like they're living a fairy tale right well some of the some of them into a minute the situation but the cast is Orlando bloom as prince Harry Tom Hollander as both prince Philip and prince Charles and Alan **** as George's Butler when if and this is coming on the heels of Netflix saying that they're interested in working with Harry and Meghan on on the on the crown wait wait you know that's not gonna happen right well we can we afford to what I want to say about that yeah okay so as we if you if you're watching the crown you've seen are you watching the crown absolutely if you're watching the crown for those if you're listening you know that it's now we're kind of we're in a season hopefully I'm not spoiling this but we're going to see as the years go by so now we're seeing kind of how prince Charles evolved into who he was how he met Camilla which I'm like this is really all I can like I feel like I should know all these things see and I feel like I do it's so so I'm wondering I'm watching more to see how they present the story that I already now okay just from growing up in sure my mom was huge into the Royals and okay so you're waiting for what's happening next who's gonna play this we know yeah I've already cast princess Diana I think for the next season do we know who it is I've seen a picture of her and she looks very similar to princess Diana let you look that bad so you're thinking okay as the seasons progress we're gonna start seeing more of prince Harry prince William well not so fast prince Harry has no interest in having his life with Meghan Markle play out for all to see on the crown and he's a trip he there thinking he probably would attempt to have their narrative written out of the script so a biographer her name is Angela Levin she wrote a biography about prince Harry and she spoke to him and he said I'm going to stop any production if Netflix tries to center a season about me and Meghan see now this story I'm seeing Kelly is live in that it was revealed that Harry once joked to his biographer or that he was gonna make sure he stopped it before they got to him he he he was joking anything he actually like is the do you think that he would be okay with him and Meghan being portrayed on the crown I don't think he has a say I don't think he has any say like you somebody could put a show on about our crew would that be entertaining and they've already done a movie about Megan and hairy I feel like once it gets to that point I think people will be tired of the crown I think what's interesting about the crown right now it's it it's not happening right now it's not all in our face it's what happened before really anything was that accessible back then to Americans the you know the crown the Royals weren't that accessible right they are now right so it's very interesting to see well that's how they lived because now we kind of know how they live they live real fancy now they live in little cottages are more like palaces but I don't know I am I wonder still get to maybe I have the wrong do you remember princess Stephanie I'm rob do you remember princess Stephanie she was kind of a trouble maker she dated rob Lowe does that ring a bell to you nothing's ringing on her really yes he may have been Monaco on come on if we did it was kid wishy no they got to get to forgive me they've got to get to Andrew see that to me is what's really exciting yeah she was Stephanie of Monaco so I don't know how it works with she was the the prince Rainier the third sign on and the daughter of Grace Kelly she's beautify now you know I'm looking at a bizarre Harper's bazaar has an article about actress Emma Corran C. O. R. R. I. and she's going to portray princess Diana she looks quite like her you think so yeah I mean she's got the hair I can see it I mean she's blind but the email do you like how the season is changed where the actors are different now I don't mind it it's growing on me yeah I don't mind I think a livia Coleman is amazing I I was talking with some girlfriends this weekend about it and they they hadn't started watching it but they had heard they were new new characters new actresses and actors right and they were hesitant to watch it because of that I said you're going to forget about it you're going to forget that they are not the same not this not clear voice I mean right it's different but it's it grows on you well what I like about it too is that it gives you know instead of making clear for a look older boy I think that's okay okay on instead of making her look older they're giving an older actress the gig but it's older isn't she supposed to be in her thirties and this season is that right clear forty is that age I feel like no think about it says it's a baby in her forties maybe in her forties because prince Charles in this this season is like eighteen nineteen yeah so I mean is he that young I think he's a he's a college so maybe he's sick twenty I don't know anyway I do I do it makes me like the queen even more see you see all the stuff you have to deal with you know and but you get a look at her behind the scenes that even though you know we're not watching a documentary he'll actually I get the Google machine out the entire time I'm watching it and like that this really happened to this really happened I mean it's very interesting how they take things the events that happened and put it in the show and make it so very realistic but it also makes he understand my Meghan Markle's like peace I'm out I'm not totally it by the way speaking of so they're in Canada now print tarian Meghan Markle are in Canada but they're still battling with the British paparazzi so a day after Harry lands on Vancouver Island his lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to on a bunch of news outlets in the U. K. and threat and that action will be taken if they publisher by photographs taken of Meghan and her son Archie or their son I should say taking a walk on the sun newspaper published the photos and NBC's today show aired them there are all over the internet right now but there are serious safety concerns according to this letter about how the paparazzi are driving in the risk to life that they are posing now I've got to imagine that Harry's got some you know does a trauma related to the way he lost his mother in a car crash while trying to escape the paparazzi back in ninety seven but according to the letter photographers have permanently camped outside the couple's home and they're using long range lenses to take pictures so even though they're not in England they're still going to get this they offer other mereka I mean that's just how it's going to be that sadly she does look real happy in this photo of her walking with a rich she and her two dogs and also the to what looked like security behind her yeah that's what I can get yeah well what's interesting about this picture that's everywhere of her with Archie like kind of strapped to her yeah do you see how she's holding it he looks a little I think she's got him he looks real happy and she looks like a normal person and leggings and boots and she got a hat on yeah great she looks adorable for her by the way season three and it looks like Queen Elizabeth is between thirty eight and fifty one I'm supposed to be in okay it's amazing how just their facial expressions can make them look like the queen yeah I'm sure they study they've studied her for a very long time an mazing if you're not watching the crown we highly recommend it

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49ers start 3-game gauntlet with 37-8 win over Packers

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

49ers start 3-game gauntlet with 37-8 win over Packers

"The forty Niners made a statement that they earn their ten and one record as they dominated the Packers thirty seven to eight on Sunday night football tied in George kill made his return after missing two games with a left ankle injury and caught six passes for a hundred twenty nine yards including a sixty one yard touchdown reception rookie white Audi was Samuel also with a forty two yard TD catch and quarterback Jimmy corruptible was fourteen of twenty passing for two hundred fifty three yards and two scores rob Lowe says the when was important because their next two games are on the road stadium just the energy even just walking in I mean early in the afternoon you can feel it and it was it was really cool just have to have Levi's loud like that so we got a good stretch coming up here Baltimore be great test for us so I'll be going for the Packers he scored a season low in points Aaron Rodgers pass for a hundred four yards and had a two yard touchdown pass to divide the Adams but Rodgers was sacked five times Green Bay was only one of fifteen on third down Riley arms Santa Clara

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Fake Social Media Accounts For Spying on Kids, Is Technology Causing Horns On Our Skulls And Solution For Lazy Husbands

Take it or Leave it

05:30 min | 3 years ago

Fake Social Media Accounts For Spying on Kids, Is Technology Causing Horns On Our Skulls And Solution For Lazy Husbands

"A recent interview with the former New York Yankee shortstop Alex Rodriguez he let it slip that he has a burner instagram account to follow his daughters on instagram he stated that his daughters wouldn't allow him to follow them so he couldn't see what they post so he did a work around and he made another account where he pretends to be a teenager love that also super scary so let's let's just kind of unpack this for a second what if your kid was like Hey You're cute here's my boobs you know what I mean to your burner accounts suddenly -at's risk hey hopefully his daughters aren't Ho bags though and he doesn't story about that that's the technical term yeah so but my question there's a couple of questions here though is it okay to do that because that is clearly an Asian of your child's privacy how old are they teenagers like young or older I believe they're older I wanNA say high school during high school so so so it's a couple of questions number one are your kids actually allowed to have privacy on social media number two if you're to allow them to have social media accounts should you just allow them to run free with them or should you be allowed to create these burner accounts or what what are the rules here because it definitely seems like it's an invasion of privacy I'm not saying he's wrong I'm not saying he's right I'm just saying it's a conversation that probably needs to be had because most kids are getting social media earlier and earlier and earlier what's the right age to have social media never never okay but it's going to happen been so what age are you do you feel like you'd allow your kids to have social media I think maybe when they start driving a car so high school fifteen sixteen years old yeah and my my thinking is I don't want them just sitting around the house all day scrolling like their mob like I I would love to have as much family time as I can while they're here and so they're gonNA hate me probably but I don't think it's necessary especially what do tick tock changed my life okay take talk is this APP and it's primarily for teenagers and but the the teens these days are so lake what's the word I'm looking for they they think that they're worth is based on likes yeah and attention and so they try to post the sexiest tick tock sever in their winking and lip synching and doing little scrunchy nells things you know and it's like traumatizing to me like they should not be acting like that at that age so it scares me and I don't want my kids to ever have social media leave the house ever right so my oldest is thirteen he'll be fourteen next year when he goes into high school he still doesn't have social media good and I don't believe if that he will have social media he won't before high school but then I really I think I'm going to wait and kind of have the conversation with him once he's in high school in say would you like to have an instagram account but but the rule I believe in our house will be if he if he does in fact one an instagram amount I will know the passwords and I will follow him there's none of this you're not allowed to follow me because I'm the parent reach so you don't get to say oh you can't follow my instagram page then you don't get an instagram yeah so I feel like who says well I think I think I arrived here is giving them way too much freedom personally because their kids why should you have any type of social media that I can't see what's going on I need to know I need to know what's happening like maybe don't comment rule make sense because parents are embarrassing and weird sometimes like I understand that posted on the filter free parents with Rob Lowe's kids yeah that was hilarious I can I understand a child being like hey you know I don't mind you coming on my stuff it just it's embarrassing doubt it up but to be like you can't look like girl what are you cooking the meth factory up like why can't I look at what lane Orion heard a fish fin sta cigarette yeah those are fake instagram and fake instagram account now I wanna be like you could follow me in its rainbows puppies and they have a real account right Oh my goodness I thought fin stove is like a program for fish right right it's not your old now yeah no so it's it's a very scary world and absolutely not but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa keep an eagle eye like I'm GonNa Watch I'm all for using software on your computers to block sites I'm all for using software that is going to promote safety internet safety for my kids because it is a scary place the dark like the dark web is like a thing like people are out there doing shady she hit and it's like I don't I don't want my kids you know participating in any of that even less extreme case though like just phones you know they like I said they base their worth on how many likes or followers they have and it's a slippery slope because if you're not getting those legs those followers then you like sorry to keep bringing it back to tick tock but this is a prime example if your kids have tick tock you better coupon okay because the what open as these teams will be like I put so much effort into these videos and nobody likes them and I'm just gonNA quit tick Tock and why do these people get likes and I don't where they had these numbers above their head in like in life it's an takes place in the future and if somebody has good experience with you they rate you if you're somebody they rate you low and so but they lived for these numbers above their heads so they were changing the way they acted in order to get a high score above their head and it's I like that and it scares me and I don't want my kids to get bullied I don't want my kids to think that they have to flash their PECs all over social media to get aches you know like I agree with that and we have a lot of conversations with our children about value and worth and we've had some very open conversations I've told my kids and I know people are going to get super their feathers are gonNA get super ruffled when I say this I've told my kids time and again if you don't WanNa go to college don't go college not everybody has to go to college and you can find a great job but you will be you will be self sufficient you don't have to play sports if you don't like sports or if you don't want it you will Oh you will find something else to do you will be well rounded in the sense that you will have other activities are things that you'll be involved in but like it's not my job to tell you what to do it your job to figure out what you like and and what is what path you WANNA go down and I'll help you with that but like I you know they don't need to live some life that I dreamt up in my head and now expect them to go and I just don't believe in that I don't want to put all of that I want to project that out on my kids and that's crazy what do you mean you don't have college counts for your kids you're not going to send your kids to college it's like look if they want to go to college it better get a scholarship they work really hard and get a job college is not choir man you don't have to go to college aloe so it's like I'm just saying like I feel like there are so many different I'm I have so paying off student loan debt for college degree don't use yeah here that I'm not going to set my kids up for something when they can go in and here's the other thing too if my kid wants to be a frigging neurosurgeon they better work their ass off to go to school and know that crab because you don't want some Ding that clown into your brain okay you better know your your stuff kid like I just don't I don't know man I just it kills me but anyway their value and their worth we taught we have tons of conversation about the fact that it absolutely has nothing to do you with your outward appearance or the things that you post it is the way you treat people it is the way you treat your family it is it is how you feel about yourself when you when you do an activity or play a sport that you love and it gives you that drive and determination to go further and further but it's what you're saying is true because I have created videos and then they go out and they go on the Internet and you're like I worked so hard on that I edited that like why what happened but after that happened so many times you realize now you win some you lose some but it's harder for these kids because they've not they've not developed yet right and that grew up it's all they've now and it's all they've known would it is true because this wasn't I didn't even have a cell phone like by or college I guess or whatever phone on the wall dude he and I would sit home and like wait for my but even then I was just standing in the hallway waiting for my phone ring I was always on the phone and then we got a cordless phone and it was like life changing because I could take it in is not going back now you have to adapt and give in certain situations and that's what it is apparent is knowing yeah yeah

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Did Magic Johnson wait outside LeBron's house for free agency to start?

SportsPhone 680

04:36 min | 4 years ago

Did Magic Johnson wait outside LeBron's house for free agency to start?

"Had ezio who leads the league in rbi's second baseman boba shit vobis shortstop does dante son and then you had vlad junior they had three guys who pretty good pedigree that was there two three four hitters for pretty much the entire year all those guys will be in aaa i think soon they're talking about vlad when he comes off the deal with his patellar tendon deal that he's gonna be in buffalo so that's a september call up by actually really be excited if that happens yeah i honestly would say all three of them yeah would would excite me 'cause bijou's my favorite player ever so disease do that thing that i mean it's pretty good very good mary are moving onto the n b a a lot of stuff coming out today as lebron james is now officially los angeles laker there's a great story on espn ramona shelburne did a great story on just everything that went through everything that's a win down with the lakers and trying to sign lebron james how magic johnson apparently waited outside of lebron's house for an hour i don't buy that for one second magic johnson's not sitting in his car for an hour waiting for the broadway kidding me he knew exactly what the bronze decision was i can't see magic sitting there waiting for him i just can't johnson oh but oh by story it's real cute story but i don't buy for one second magic johnson sitting around for anybody for an hour that man doesn't look like you wasted time to be honest that's true that's very true also apparently algebra needs rich paul sent jeanie buss a one word text just said congratulations and apparently gm rob pelinka received a similar tax and also included a balloon emojis say you know like you if you do congratulations yeah the balloons come out right away turn that off because congrats type congratulations balloons papa iphone yeah i didn't know that yeah rob bleaker decide profile on the athletic right now and you go rob lowe yeah he's very he's got married very much idea he looks very he looks very la his i like there's an article about with pelinka today talking about how not building a team like the warriors but building a team to defend and be different than the warriors and all the guys that they got are versatile to wade geyser it's not just about shooters but their lengthy there he goes we have a lineup that can be six eight and above all with you know two guards three guards with lebron ma ingram has guys it's unbelievable see how it plays out one other anecdote from that's apparently bill walton decided to call his son to congratulate him while he was at a grateful dead concert this is what luke said yeah he and drummer mickey hart were in the background yelling at me bill said rhythm is the answer to everything in life luke walton said with a laugh he said so once i figure out what that means we'll be good join these semi congratulations and confetti came down there you go there you go all what it's about the confetti what it's about do you like the grateful dead no it's sacrilege i almost want to say fan i listen i know the legacy and it makes you you save this tape this and play tomorrow for because they're from here i got to like him i got every just like the start off their trip out of jealousy from us by saying we don't like the dead i will say at the bay area benefit the fire kafr concert last year saw dead and company and it was cool and i got the vibe and it was cool to just be fighting and everything but yeah it's not something i'm gonna throw on in my car and listen all the way to work right would knowing sometimes aren't they just annoying am i going to be on the only one that's going to i'm going to say it i don't care if everyone's looking at me sideways grateful dead fans can be annoying at times just shut up a right it's over with jerry garcia passed away the grants no that's all right listen just because it's the from the bay area do we have to like them out hey bro abram it mac maximum just hey jambi mind tomorrow jam bands are definitely an acquired taste so but and again i think you have to be.

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Syrian deputy FM: next target could be north or south

24 Hour News

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Syrian deputy FM: next target could be north or south

"Uc's the move as a boost for global trade in the face of increasing use isolationism talks on free trade agreements which will begin in coming months we'll censor on reducing the lava is flowing and smoking asher spewing during this latest round of the kilowatt volcano in hawaii leading to a new warning for residents who why you county civil defense administrator talmadge magnolias when lava hits the water it creates a chemical reaction releasing toxic gas continues at a high rate a lotta love out there still asking the folks to be cautious be prepared as lava can move around still got i guess continent so in warning to people that are down range of the events to take necessary precautions instead gases called lays and is made of dense white clouds of steam toxic gas tiny shards of volcanic glass it contains hydrochloric acid which is about as corrosive as diluted battery acid and can irritate the skin and eyes and caused breathing problems magneto says due to the remoteness and volcanic activity getting the word to everyone has been difficult here we still have a lot of officers national guard county staff on the ground so really utilize them to to get the message and well kill away has been active for the last couple of weeks generating earthquakes and gushing molten rock giant ashby looms and sulfur dioxide the us geological surveys jim quote he is says this is likely just to beginning this is still there early part of the eruption especially this the second phase we felt very fluid stop and usually interruption the first two or three days direct rate is quite high and that it will tell off so i think this is just a long sort of pre eruption before we got to the really below of stuff earlier this week lava entered and then stalled on the property of a geothermal plant earlier this month at that plant fifty thousand gallons of stored flammable gas was removed to reduce the chance of explosions for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rimet welcome to total wine and more boy this beer out of the way how about if.

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Bruce Willis roast set at Comedy Central

Donna and Marley

01:20 min | 5 years ago

Bruce Willis roast set at Comedy Central

"This is a mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment on mytalk tell me something good this dirt alert update is being brought to you by cub foods well the latest celebrity to be roasted on comedy central's roast will be bruce willis oh comedy central the news today it will tape this summer in los angeles and the air date will be announced later he is joining the ranks of justin bieber pamela anderson william shatner rob lowe charlie sheen among others looks like we're gonna be seeing a little roast roseanne was the next one to be roasted maybe not on comedy central though that's a good dealer i like him though i'll be fine that'd maybe that'll be part of the jokes we should have a mytalk roast now people will take it too personally have you ever heard of entertainment information.

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Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may have had data on up to 87 million people

24 Hour News

02:14 min | 5 years ago

Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may have had data on up to 87 million people

"Dot com trump administration has rolled back obama era auto industry mileage and pollution standards something greenpeace usa's natalie davis says it's no surprise is so toxic that even car dealerships didn't want to be associated with it but at the same time we really shouldn't be surprised by this announcement because the trump administration time and time again has shown us that they are more interested in protecting big corporate interests she says it's not about hurting big business it's about both corporate and consumer response ability we definitely are sympathetic to companies to create lots of jobs we want the auto industry to be able to continue to create jobs so we want to see you know policy that's grounded in sound science policy that is grounded in what americans want for their vehicles and policies that really are aimed at protecting children and the future of the planet rivers that were in place would have forced auto bakers to produce vehicles that get thirty six miles per gallon in real world driving by twenty twenty five auto analyst jessica caldwell says just because the rules were relaxed doesn't mean that won't happen because of how competitive the industry is all of the automakers dan race to produce more fuelefficient vehicles because of course that's what consumers want they want to pay less at the pump so i think that that is something that will definitely drive the market for the next few years while other analysts think it's a bad idea to relax standards before new ones are in place which could take a couple of years the standards that were rolled back we're projected to save nearly two and a half million barrels of oil a day by twenty thirty or about as much oil as is imported from opec countries every day now for the a p i'm rob lowe friends with rivet facebook says the tens of millions more people might have been exposed in the cambridge analytica privacy scandal than previously thought and facebook says from now on it will restrict the data it allows outsiders to access on its users those developments came as congressional officials said ceo mark zuckerberg will testify next week while facebook unveiled a new privacy policy that aims to explain the data it gathers on users more clearly but doesn't actually change what it collects and shares a.

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