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The Navy Has Started Gender Sensitivity Training
"But the navy is now training its members to create a safe space by using proper gender pronouns and a new instructional video modeled after a children's show, and the video begins with some schmuck in a rainbow colored shirt saying hi. My name is Johnny. And I use king him pronouns. By the way, this is our naval undersea warfare center engineer, Johnny Roseanne talking. The navy says this official training video was meant to emphasize the importance of using correct pronouns, as well as polite etiquette when you may not be sure of someone's pronouns. The video is the latest bullshit by the military to foster a more sensitive environment for its members and staff. An earlier this month, the army did the same thing. Offering similar gender identity training and it now trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender transition surgery. So they're actively telling, listen, maybe it's time you get the surgery. All of this shit is part of a larger push by the goddamn Biden administration to make the military more welcoming to transgender individuals. This video is about four minutes long. And it emphasizes how members can create a safe space by using inclusive language that signals their allies who accept everybody. And service members must take these steps to ensure that they not misgender someone God
Allen scores 27, Bucks beat Bulls 119-95 to take 3-1 lead
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DeRozan scores 41 as Bulls beat Bucks 114-110 to tie series
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Biden Tries to Cleanup Putin Comments
"You make of that exchange with Peter doocy? I didn't say that. It's like Rush Limbaugh in 1992. It's a bit right out of the Rush Limbaugh show in 1992. I don't know. I mean, it's a bit like Saturday Night Live, I suppose. Look, it's funny. If you just read it in a vacuum, wait, stop for a second. You're right. It's Rosanna down to Dana. It's Roseanne and Dan and Dana. Joe Biden is channeling Rosanna Dana Dana. These are all cultural references that are audience under the age of 50, doesn't understand, but you're right, exactly. Yeah. Look, if you read, if you read that exchange in a vacuum, it actually sounds really good. It's like, no, no, no. I meant exactly what I said. Maybe you people just didn't understand it. And it was something very important. And in that sense, it was great, right? No, this guy is a problem. Obviously he's got to go. I was expressing a sense of moral outrage as the leader of the free world. And
Antetokounmpo returns, Bucks roll to 126-98 win over Bulls
"The books continue to pile up wins over the rival bulls having beaten them fifteen of the last sixteen meetings a one twenty six ninety eight Bucks victory drew holiday had a game high twenty seven young the son of the couple had twenty five points and seventeen rebounds the books are knighted for since the all star break I did a couple says things are moving in the right direction heading down the home stretch of the season you can not step on the floor and say all the nominal time like it's it's impossible you know but that is not in his name we know that definitely does that now I effort is that every single night you know one of those twenty three to four first half run put the box in control containing bull started martyr Roseanne played a huge part Rosen had twenty one but started to game two of eleven as the box built a big lead Nikolaevich **** had twenty two for the bulls check Freeman Milwaukee
DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls to 101-91 win over Cavaliers
"The martyr Roseanne or Nikola vucevic led the bulls to a one on one ninety one win over the skating Cavaliers to Rosen had twenty five points at Chicago's second straight win since a five game skid vucevic added twenty points and fourteen rebounds to help the bulls win without Zach Levine who is sidelined by knee soreness service has thirty eight double doubles this season I would assume hit three three pointers and finished with seventeen points for the bulls Darius garland had a team high twenty five points but was just nine of twenty four shooting as the caps lost for the eighth time in eleven games I'm the ferry
DeRozan has big 4th quarter, helps Bulls snap losing streak
"The martyr Roseanne that's a game high thirty six points to help the bulls hold off a distance one fourteen one await and again in which neither team ever held a double digit lead in the polls that have the big one at the right time ripping off a seventy two fourth quarter spurt seven point deficit to an eight point lead the damage scoring twenty eight of thirty six in the second half delta council on a season long five game skid anyone lose another game I don't care who you find and I that was just my mentality they want someone lose another game D. five to keep the whole second half back of the central division leading box Kate Cunningham paced the business with twenty two but it wasn't enough as Detroit saw its three game winning streak snapped the team's longest twenty nineteen Danny can
Antetokounmpo scores 34 points, Bucks beat Bulls 118-112
"Yes a tentacle porn drew holiday led the bucs to a one eighteen one twelve down into the bowels and tend to Cooper shot twelve for twenty two and finished with thirty four points sixteen rebounds and five assists helping the bucs catch the balls for the central division lead holiday scored ten of his twenty six points in the final five minutes of Milwaukee's third straight win really sometimes it does get frustrating log into your spot missing or that you can make in but stand with it and Stana grass is staying confident and I played out there I thank Zach Levine led Chicago with thirty points the martyr Roseanne scored twenty nine though he was just eleven of thirty from the field I'm Dave Ferrie
DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls past struggling Hornets 121-109
"The martyr Roseanne dropped in thirty six points and Zach Levine had twenty seven is the bulls dealt the Hornets their sixth straight loss one twenty one one oh nine to Rosen has averaged thirty three points over his last eleven games just going out there playing you know on understanding the moment you know just trying to finish this thing off wanted to break understand how critical these games are Nikola vucevic added eighteen points fifteen rebounds and eight assists to help Chicago get within one game of the Eastern Conference leading heat double shot fifty six percent from the field including forty eight point five percent from three point range LaMelo ball had thirty three points and nine rebounds for Charlotte which made just thirteen of forty three three pointers and is shooting twenty seven point six percent from downtown during this kid I'm Dave Ferrie
Booker scores 38, NBA-best Suns hang on, beat Bulls 127-124
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Vucevic, Bulls use late charge to put away Pacers 122-115
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People Are Divided Over Whoopi Goldberg's Suspension
"You'll never see a headline in The Hollywood Reporter, ABC divided over firing Roseanne Barr over one tweet. Nobody shouldn't around saying the cash of the talk or the chew or whatever the heck the name of the show was that Sharon Osbourne was on. Nobody sits around and says, people divided about Sharon bean fired because she defended Piers Morgan. Nobody says anything in defense of Paula Deen or Mike lindell or any other victims of cancel culture, but when did somebody on the left when it's a, when it's a superstar of the left? Well, we're divided. Real simple for me. They made these rules. And they need to play by
Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Argue Over Whoopi Goldberg's Cancellation
"It's time to stop being. Take the high road, Mark. Why are so many people so let's be let's be genteel. This is what we do. Let's go down. Let's do it. And what she said was they would just let me and let's be consistent. Let's be back. With that, in my consistency, is going to demand that kind of grace for people on our side. We don't get it. In fact, my whole thing for the last couple of days here has been let us hope that miss Goldberg notices some of the grace coming at her from conservatives, walks it back into that coven at the Senate, the view and tries to practice it toward others. I'm not here. You're way more of an optimist than I am. Do you know what you're way more to hope? Because I'll tell you what I tell you what you agree with. I'll tell you who now baloney. You want to know what the right thing is? Roll up your sleeves and get a little dirty with them. We can not stop. You know what's up? You know what? So those of us who bitch about cancel culture all the time, oh, but if it's somebody we don't like if it's somebody in the nasty left then it's okay. That's not what I say. She look like fools if we all come on. We look like we're playing, but we're playing hardball with them. We're not looking like home. Go to work. You know who you know we love to crowd. I'll tell you who looks like we will look like fools when we say let's be let's be genteel. Let's take the high road. Let's be decent. That's your John McCain all of a sudden. Don't be John McCain. Guess what? No, you're going to go there. He did the same thing. You want to know who disagrees with you, Mark? Roseanne Barr. You know why Roseanne Barr luster entire TV career? I was stupid. Well, that but it was stupid, but it happened. And you'll say, well, it's stupid, but so here's the point. Here's the problem. The way we make that right is go torching people for minor mistakes and then we're going to get up on our high horse and talk against cancel culture.
DeRozan powers Bulls to 111-105 win over Raptors
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Politifact or Politifiction?
"The fact checking site, PolitiFact has done a fact check on me. Fact checking a statement that I made on Fox News on the Ingram angle. And the kind of back and forth between me and the PolitiFact writer. This is a guy named Bill McCarthy. It's very revealing because it takes you into The Twilight Zone of the fact checking world. Now, I should say I kind of give away the result, will it affect rates my statement falls? So let's go through the statement to see what in it is false. Here's what I said and I'm gonna actually read the quote it's fairly short. This is what PolitiFact set out to fact check. I said this if you follow January 6th at the granular level with the facts that are coming out slowly. They're coming out because the government has been very reluctant to release footage, particularly footage of what happened in the tunnel on January 6th, where you now begin to see these cops using massive amounts of force against unarmed Trump supporters, including women. The death of Roseanne boyland is now being called into question where she the second Trump supporter killed by the authorities. Quote, that's the statement. It might seem pretty innocuous and it alludes to two specific facts. One, the fact that the government has been reluctant and in fact this date has not released the full footage of January 6th and has certainly not released the full footage of what happened in the tunnel and two that cops used force massive amounts of force to quote myself against unarmed Trump supporters, including women.
Julie Kelly Describes Jan. 6 Incident D.C. Police Are Covering Up
"In one instance two D.C. police officers one supervisor attacked a woman named Victoria white who I interviewed twice and wrote about her last month D.C. supervisor takes his baton and strikes her on top of her head At least 13 times with a baton Now this is a small woman who is trapped in this tunnel She can not get out He then throws his baton aside and punches her directly in the face 5 times You then see her face is bloodied You see another officer with a woman who has fallen down and can not get out of this tunnel He stomps on the top of her head These are the kind of police brutality that was happening in this tunnel against women This is also the location Mark where Roseanne boyland a 34 year old woman from Georgia Trump's supporter died D.C. coroner said she died of an accidental drug overdose but she was in this tunnel She was overrun by the mob of both police and protesters We're not sure yet There is looks like some evidence that she also was beaten by a female D.C. police officer in that tunnel But she's lying face off dead in front of this tunnel And is then dragged back into the building by police officers including celebrity police officer Harry Dunn and officer aquilino but now who take her body and keep it near steny Hoyer's office until paramedics arrive She's pronounced dead at 6 O 9 There is a very good chance and this is why they don't want the video
LaVine, DeRozan lead Bulls to 111-107 win over Nets
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DeRozan, LaVine help Bulls hang on to beat Knicks 119-115
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"roseanne " Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Battles special piece. You can't buy an off the shelf piece. it's awkward for. What makes you competitively differentiated. And so i think there's something that's so media juicy there by allowing frankly like business people who manage those processes that make the company unique to also like build the tooling that actually runs it. Do you masterclass portends more similar companies in the future. that are almost that sort of netflix. Model of fixed cost content and subscription and ever deeper niches obviously focused on education or how to in their case. Same question ahead on code have a masterclass. What about it has taught you more about business. Or the way things are changing so both masterclass in kota their released similar in that they were like big audacious pottage investments upfront with the long term view of kind of customer behavior code operated installed for the first three years by the time they laid publicly launched in twenty nineteen right. The product had been sodium in so powerful. Which is very dissimilar from a lot of kind of that valley startup like building in public. And just getting ep out in iterating really quickly and masterclass kind of the same way in a world of light all the free content you ever watch investing very heavily in deeply into like ultra high quality cinematic content. That's going to be more immersive and foreign paxil and so both founders had that same to that same bat that if you do some bang much better when you really like invest in quality that will differentiate you what we're seeing in masterclass. I think with the great modeling. We're gonna see more streaming services. But what i love about masterclasses that so much like ed tech up to that point like taking regular structures college classes degrees grades and putting them on the internet. And if you think about like colleges and degrees and grades and all that they were technologies that were built to scale education. Because if you go like way back when you think about like plato and aristotle you are great master. He's spent a lifetime amassing this body of work. You pass that onto a couple of people at apprentice or children very like the one on this very very in idea and the more detailed at their universities got people together and then you could copy universities all over the world and we could standardize by having degrees. Those are all just technologies to take that same kind of idea like taking the work of a master and passing it down. That's all over the world. And i think i didn't really Hated investment but because it was just kind of taking those technologies and putting them online. And i don't think it was compelling but what i love about david did as he kinda went back to that first principle. It's like how do people really want to learn. You don't wanna learn from like a professor. That's been allowed their entire lives. You wanna learn from the person who has done this like that is so much more powerful actually understanding that path and understanding how they change their craft and actually done something that nobody's ever done before. And how do you actually create that personalized experience using the internet. How do you make one on one. And so i think we're gonna see a bunch of streaming services. But i think to masterclasses showed us is that leg. We've kind of been thinking about educational raw. We love to learn. we're always constantly learning. And if you make beautiful cinematic and immersive. That's an incredible experience. And i think see today in the class next. What counts as education. Chris foss negotiation these real skills. You can actually like using your life not trust big. Big up his academics. We're not back to the ninja here as you think about kind of the evaluation of the trends that you're seeing today and capitals abundant in many cases you mentioned revenues growing faster than ever. What is quality revenue mean to you so even for something like masterclass versus something else are any portfolio company when you're digging into an impressive revenue growth story. What differentiates high from low-quality revenue as. You're evaluating business. It's combination of stickiness and what is that customer doing with that product. Because he can get one million in revenue revenues and so many different ways so one is kind of going deeper and understanding. How core is that product on your process especially in companies. That don't have a lot of data on churn actually understanding the usability. The use cases of that does that really change the way you do like similar to offset with the businesses. Run on coda. So they didn't have a lot of turn data when we invested by. We had really high confidence in renewal the other question that we also ask a lot about it. We wanna look at as crossing. We actually spend a lot of time. Understanding is the value that somebody's paying for that product. Are you supposed to over deliver to continue to earn that number or you have a lot of room to grow. Does it feel cheap for customers or not. Based on what they're getting and we tied that back to product roadmap tied that back to store next many companies will say. Oh we're going to use acts as a wedge but we're going to expand and you need to believe that our avenue will go from ten bucks to fifty bucks because we're going to x. y. z. So those are very different in terms of quality and sustainability and action. The customer calls specially if we ask a lot about wishlist from customers. Like what do you wish the product do today. That it doesn't is it in the roadmap is the roadmap is the customer feeling like the product is. Okay but kind of clunky or are they feeling that they have like this huge bargain so always want to have that bit of margin there. The other piece too is thinking about. Is your revenue associated with something that generates revenue to the customer. Or it a cost saver because like what is going to allow you to continue to extract value as you go and we've always wanted to be associated or in businesses that the revenue is closer to things of generate more revenue. Because you have to keep explaining the roi on the cost saving. that is a lot more complicated to sustain. That's another piece. And also like is the person who is using the product different than the person that cuts. The checks was the priority of the person that cuts the checks. I remember intended all about incentives so all of a sudden we see board level conversations. Change around trans people started talking about. Oh hacking the whole equifax thing hap- like all of a sudden the whole security became board level conversation and that absolutely became a priority for the sows are the technology officers at companies. That maybe they weren't buying before and then they were so then. You're kind of seeing these pickups of waves like that what is the trend is here to stay or is it just like a point in time where the market's pullback from you and then pipeline will retracts understanding what's the incentive of the buyer like what you're trying to look for is things that they use gays eat is business routine. It is something that they already do but once it kinda bring that product. You unlock superpower like it's ten x. You don't have to change a lot. i have unfounded. That says you gotta be one degree of weird like you. Change one thing that unlocks a lot but everything else kinda stays the same that you're running their business on that product and then you kind of build as you go. Those are the best revenues roseanne. Another example code is a perfect example of we picked kota. I would argue too little hopefully shares listening way too little for what they unlock in a business and as we grow they unlock more and more it helps us scale and we get an unfair portion of that upside or something what. They enable like a lot more value created than captured. Nice way of putting it. Is there another business that you've invested in was and the you find that to be true. That's a good example of focusing on revenue which means growth or opportunity for the customer versus cost savings. We just invested in a.
"roseanne " Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Moves to organizations. I'll bring your product with you. They can't imagine living without it. And i think it's all about like how do you kind of he's that out about the people that you're talking to. Is this something that is fine or had a better than the status quo or is something. You're really excited about it. Makes you a hero and so we always like try to tease those pieces out another similar question on the you mentioned earlier. The operating partner conversation with the ceo. How is that are not a distinct from conversation you'll have like. Why have that suspect of the process like why have that. As part of the process at all it serves two purposes. Want as it gives the co an opportunity to actually see how. It's like to work with susan and make it a very specific. What is top of mind for you conversation. So for example there was one company that is in our pipeline that we're talking to that the conversations with me were all around scaling. The business in opening up new geographies and talk about revenues and marketing and margin owen. Susan came into the conversation the coo wind and said okay. I'm going to be now national. But i'm really thinking about. How do i treat customer service. Do i have it on the level or do i have hyper local ones. And how should i think about it. And how should i think about knowledge sharing. And how should i think about compensation etcetera etcetera. And then the ceo started opening up around most of our returns. Because things don't show up in time versus this or that. So i really need somebody on the ground that can actually go and fix the re delivery problem in a day so stuff that is like details of the way. The company operates that bubble up. But it's really not for discovery on our side but for the ceo to disbar. And then susan who. She was the first game of o'brien san francisco. She launched a business here from tony million revenue two years dentures zone pizza started as a operator finance and then went to talent and culture from thirty to six hundred so she's seen a lot and she's grown a lot of types of disparate teams. Because if you think about those two businesses it's fast scale national coverage a lot of fast learning play booking and repeatability across markets. That are different. You also have all the way from people that cut and deliver food to people that are building robots and computer vision so a lot of complex work relationships. That are really really valuable to our ceo's so they get a taste for what it would be like to work with us like roseanne said at the beginning. It's like a grade self selection tool for us. What on that note are the most largest differences between companies that you might have invested in sort of at the similar stage through the first couple of stops your careers versus today like our companies themselves the most different in this environment given some of the changes in backdrops and tooling and competitive labor. Marketplace's all these things have been changing. So how would you define what makes current companies distinct relative to the past. I had the masterclass for meeting yesterday. What is in there is thinking it was twenty seventeen. I was a series c. And like how different seriously company is today from that just seems like our ecosystem has matured so much. What are the things that you also a lot of standardization across companies around like tooling. Everybody's on slack. Everybody's everybody's using the same staff. I think that your average employee today is much more sophisticated about what it's join a start up like a tech company. Frankly like ask better questions. I remember before i was vc. I was like a startup person. And i remember when i became obesity and explaining to so many friends about like number of shares. Don't mean anything. It's a made up number and the questions that you need to ask. Nobody knew that back then. Like ten years ago i also remember when i first started his. Vc on blake people will be like what was the last round and people would tell us. I got to know you still coming from the other side like you never knew what companies really valued at one place. you you see just so much more sophistication. They're frankly gets for the better because people understand what they're walking into. I remember i a friend at a very related company. That was a big high flyer than struggled and they ended up raising a lot of debt and like nobody on the employees. I knew the leg that sat on top of everybody's apathy. They didn't understand the capital structure. And i think people are just a lot more sophisticated about that today and wrigley. That's better and also i think cultures have grown up to you obviously still hear stories. A bag happening like it's not the wild west in the way it used to be. I think that's a lot better. Because as a female product manager longtime ago that was not a fun place to be in the world. And i think like those experiences are different. You mentioned earlier. This sort of people function in the human capital function. You mentioned just there again. What do best in class companies share in common here because it feels to me like we're in this market where everyone's biggest challenge is hiring. It's an incredibly tight. Labor market for technology companies. Really for any fast growing company. Like it just seems incredibly difficult almost like you need as much of an edge there as you do in product door in distribution to be successful. What's going on there. Like what is best in class. Look like in your opinions. For companies that build good talent pipelines have good had people like what is the gold standard. It first starts with.
"roseanne " Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss
"There the truth, right they don't care who the names on the list in what order were in on the call sheet. They only know if the lines are funny and if they believe the story. And I love that moment of truth in front of our audience, I respect them so much and I love to play and I love to challenge and push and try things a different way. And see if we can build things or make things even better in heightened them and it's hard not having that group there we have such a like a stable group that shows up all the time, and then we have all the people who come in week to week and I think it's really special to share that with your audience. Yeah, it's an energy that you can feel. Watching it at home just. And is similar way that you probably can't. It's just conveyed very well, and it's just very genuine and authentic and like you said, it's it's comedic truth. It's it's funny and you can feel it. And you know unfortunately it's it's a part of the show that has to be kinda muddled through until until inevitably. We Act to to that place where we're that can return. I will say in regards to that though is we've done a pretty good job of I. Don't think it's changed a lot of the tone of the show which could for a lot of. Productions but were. Were veteran group and then. Our crew they're fun and they're playful. So we get some laughs from them, but they're not cheap laughs. They hold out. So we get a bit of we get a bit of an audience feel from them. So I think that that helps that we get some we do get some feedback. Feels, like feels like you guys probably spend spent all week just trying to refine your stuff to the point where you can just try to make those guys laugh feels like that would be the ultimate goal. Then that is my goal every week my goal is to make someone you know if I can get somebody to choke on their drink or spit something out or. Hold their breath you know and May. Or make them hold a laugh so hard that they after soon as somebody else cut their coughing, that's like mission accomplished. If I can kind of make somebody read faced in and joke about it later that's you know that's the dream scenario for me I'll. We'll look you had a bigger opportunity than usual even for the episode that we're GonNa see this week. This is pretty phenomenal because you know you talked before about your ambitions for directing. Now you get helm for an episode. The second episode of the season I'm not sure if. It was filmed area if it was if it was done that sequence but this is a big one because this is the Halloween episode, and if anybody is familiar with the the legacy again of the connors of Roseanne, Halloween episodes are right up there. I would say right up there with the simpsons Halloween episodes as to some of the most anticipated holiday themed episodes of any Sitcom ever in any era just year in and year out..
"roseanne " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's sort of like it's a creature. It's like this other creature and I think that dance to me. I love working with dancers more than anything in the world. We use dancers a lot on our shows because they're they're disciplined. They're focused. They they, you know they get paid Nothing if you give him a sandwich there happy, So they're like they get paid Absolutely nothing in the fact that that Ah, it's it's an art form just purely for the enjoyment of the art form, as opposed to any sort of like I'm going to be this famous ballerina and make a $1,000,000,000 like it doesn't work that way. So, you know, Want one in a 1,000,000 people? There's one Baryshnikov. That's it, You know, it's like it's like it's it's not. It's not one of those art forms that you're you're you go into for the commerce of it or the I'm going to be world famous. You really go into it for the love in the art of it, And there's something really great about that. And I I look back on those days quite quite fondly. Especially when I look in a mirror now and I see what I look like. I just didn't appreciate it. It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorne. My guest is writer and showrunner. Amy Sherman Palladino, The creator of the hit shows Gilmore Girls and the Marvellous, Mrs Mazel. How old were you when you and your writing partner got the job on Roseanne? Was 2023 24. I was young. Oh, so young, And it was it was season three of Roseanne. Right? Was your was your first year? My first year season three. I was there. 3456 I My Roseanne. History is a little blurry at the edges, but that's kind of innocence. Hers so but on pump we'll be here all night. It's It's kind of in between the most intense madness of Roseanne, right, like the first and second season was when all of the people who you know had been installed. We're getting uninstalled. A and later on was when things maybe production wise got got a little batty. What was it like working on that show? Well, season three especially was great my first year. And was it four season throwing for those are the two great, really, really great years. Bob Myers was running the show, and he was a great show runner like he was an old school show runner. You know, he came up like my two dads and like old school sitcom. And you know, we never We didn't have a table. We sat in his office on couches, and we each held our own pad and wrote our own notes like a writer's assistant didn't sit in there and type incessantly like you know, it was a completely It was very, very old is very Mary Tyler Moore. I mean, Ah Ah, Sorry, Dick Van Dyke. You know, like when you just sort of like sat around and kind of rift and and it wasn't as it didn't have a corporate feeling at all. It really felt Like what? My vision of a writer's room. Still is and because she had gone through all the madness of breaking up with her husband, and she was together with Tom, and they sort of fired everybody and they sort of taken over the show. It was it was those two years especially were very sort of like grape Oasis is because she was happy. And she was very focused on her relationship. And she had also banned the studio and the network from this set. So my first experience in a show there were no studio and network notes. I didn't I didn't know they could give notes. I had literally no idea because it was just very much the writers and then the writers with Roseanna, the writers with the actors. It was the way To me. It should be. You know, like we would come in. We break our stories. We'd write our scripts. We do. Our table reads. We go back. We talk about it. We do our fixes and the next and it wasn't until I got off a Roseanne and I was on another show, and I was there four years, so I left a supervising producer. And I went on to another show. And and I was like, who are all these people sitting around this table. And why are we listening to them? Like someone had to say to me? This is this is the network in the studio, and I'm like, So what we have worked doing. Let me like We have to wait and get their notes. He was a foreign concept to me. That suddenly there was this layer between the writers and the actors and And it was so basically Roseanne prepared me completely for what I'm doing and yet come I didn't prepare me at all for the actual business of of of show because I didn't You know, I sort of grew up. In a utopian writer's room because it was it was Anna Joe. And then seasons the last two seasons that I was there, Bob left, and then the staff started to get ridiculously big and She started to get more unhappy with Tom. And then things sort of shifted, and I When I left, I was ready. I was ready to go. Will wrap up with Amy Sherman Palladino after a quick break. Don't go anywhere. Amy will tell me about the big TV executive meeting where she pitched Gilmore Girls, But did you know it wasn't her first idea? The execs hated her first idea more on that coming up. It's bull's eye for maximum fun dot or GE and NPR. In this summer like.
"roseanne " Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Technically Roseanne was rebooted before the Connors which means the college pop culture dollars he is a smarter than Donna in the suburb rebooted sit coms means that Karen you're not so smart for picking don today won't be going home with those movie passes but care he will be going home with a shout out here the don and Steve show as a consolation prize for hanging out with us today Karen the ears of the world are yours I would like to tell everybody in Minneapolis beautiful yeah this is the for those buildings yeah look out for them everywhere which is your favorite building care and the capella tower the idea center the the orange one which one K. all state callow show that is a nice building I Keren and I don't know how I feel about this decision because if he would have accepted fuller house for full house but would only accept Roseanne over the Connors which I said first whatever see I thought you were right thanks thanks Karen Kaghan tomorrow we'd love to hear from you replace every day in the dynasty he's against me no no that's the victim in Utah I feel like you guys it's like okay sees always can do right and again read the tiebreaker question right the tie breaker read the tiebreaker quite read the first question read the tiebreaker question I either I don't write down I don't get center are written question what are people saying on Facebook live anything I think I said rose in first anyway by the way I think a double one there is because I quit drinking thank you why was it was Roseanne and then it became a con okay that's and it was reputed rebooted for the first season as Roseanne find guys Hey man became right now we've really airliner she said when I now I want to win fair and square hole today with American oh my god state farm Equifax yeah yeah he is the one with transient and I mean can this.
"roseanne " Discussed on Love Letters
"At the hospital Roseanne is rushed into surgery, her right leg is amputated above the knee in these first few days, her family, and friends. Keep talking about this firefighter, who was with her from the moment. She was on the street all the way to the are the one who is holding her hand in the back of the police van. I'm hearing this buzz about the firefighter who helped me and, you know, he showed up on Tuesday to make sure I was alive, but really didn't mean anybody just wanted to check in with the hospital Wednesday. He shows back up in the waiting room with firefighter t-shirts for anybody, and everybody. That's in their Roseanne's mother becomes a little obsessed with this guy. My mom is like he is so handsome, and I just said to her, I'm like, mom, you've got to be kidding me. I think I might us swore that you are trying to set me up, and I've just been blown.
"roseanne " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I don't know maybe played maybe play on my mind. I I don't want to sound like Roseanne theme. So I went with the Sony. Oh, yes. Every time you go to a podcast. And if you binge listen to the podcast catch up on some of the shows and you'll hear that theme song over and over every hour every top of the hour, you'll be able to play guitar. Maybe not. Well, certainly not certainly not on the with me plan. Steve o and grass valley. Hello stevo. Hello, everybody. Good evening. Curious. I know that that they're doing a lot of changes over there. But are you guys like losing the fifteen thirty AM because they're not they're not reading that anymore. It's just it's just ninety three forty one. Now. I know there's no way Stevo that we are going to lose fifteen thirty no way. But yeah, I know people have asked me that hey as fifteen thirty going away. No. You can hear us on the strongest signal in any radio station, the United States of America's far as I know. Fifteen thirty is the fifty thousand watt flame thrower, and you can hear us from here to Canada. So we are not going to get rid of that. I don't know what the new streamlining of the out Q is the liner. But but no, we we're still going to fifty. We're still on fifteen thirty okay. Founded the pedal just now just the FM station. Listen to the AM FM. Right. And and I enjoy that. Yeah. Me too. Thinkers and everything else. And you never hear why people are leaving or I'm hoping the best everybody. But. Well, I plan on sticking around. That's my plan Stevo, and no we are not dropping fifteen thirty. We're going to keep it around. And we're going to be going to be strong that station forever. Good. Thanks. Because I've got a thing where the guy goes. Do that. Thank you. Thank you. Stevo? Yeah. She sells sanctuary. Part of the song to let's go to Seth is in Roseville joining us tonight. Hi, seth. Hey, how you doing good? How are you? Great. I was just I was I was wondering, you know. I I tried Coney earlier for the. The prior show about the CalPERS stuff. Do you know anything about that? About what about CalPERS? Well, I was just wondering how how exactly it works. The was it the sheriff fat on. Oh mcginnis add someone on. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It was just tried calling. It earlier Nate didn't have anything. Is there anything specifically that I can answer on that? I'm not sure I'm I'm wondering how does it work with the? You know, a person that pays into their pension for multiple multiple multiple years than their spouse. The heat. The day pass away the spouse fastest way, and where does the money go to. All right. Seth thank you. I appreciate the call in. I listen. I I didn't hear what John was doing. I guess it was John McGuinness show. He was talking about CalPERS. Just kind of throws me for a loop. We'll go any direction with this show. Right. Mark voice guy. We can move any direct park diagonally in parallel universe. Yeah. Yeah. We can do that. I don't know if I'm going to be able to answer question two what he what you're asking. I can try house that I can try. But I think that's part of another conversation with John McGuinness earlier. But I'll I'll try to do that Tom's in Arden joining the show though, I how you doing Tom great. Hey, I always listen to these guys in Europe. And you know, what the only other channel that has your sanctuary is one channel in Europe. Did you know that? No, what do you mean? That has my son that uses that song for for a show. And then you go, and then you go watch F one racing. Really is that right that use f for the intro ridiculous? I couldn't even believe it. I was like, wow, they think thinking about you. Did not know I did not see that. That's absolutely to absolutely to go. Look at goes go into one world and you'll find out the race car guide. That's their channel. I think it's either British or French. But either way they got a big channel over there. I won't say the name. Okay. We'll see if KENDALL can find it, and Tom really, that's that's. All right. So when you heard that song did you I know that song. I know I know that's absolutely. Before my birthday on six years ago. That's right. That's right. Anniversary, tom. Thank you. I wish I could go to Ireland with you. But I don't believe I will be able to. But I hope you have a wonderful. You know, what time we're going to? Thank you. I wish you could go to I wish you could go to man on your birthday on the sixth anniversary of the show. We able to find that an F one KENDALL. The F one driving. That's okay. If you can't that's okay. But that's a pretty doggone good theme song. I love it. If you ever notice we don't use the whole version Monday through Thursday, but on Friday..
"roseanne " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"If you missed it. If you miss President Trump commenting on Robert Kraft, the patriot owners little situation his arrest on this prostitution charge in Palm Beach county. If you missed what President Trump said I've got that audio coming up in just a bit as well as Roseanne Barr. Just I don't know if she's back on that Ambien. But listen, I I'm not a fan of AO see, and I've got major problems, and you know, how I feel about this Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. I think she's a flash in the pan that she was elected by an ideology moronic electorate in her Bronx and queens district in New York. And again, the propulsion the the her being placed on this pedestal on this. This media, darling ISM is just it's unbelievable. So I've got the audio all that coming up in just a bit here on Schnitt. Standby just wrap it up on the jussie smollet case. I said I had this Charles Barkley audio. This is classic and listen. It sounds like on TNC the NBA on TNT. It sounds like they cut away for Barkley that. Oh my God. What does he say? Let's cut away from them. James ensue in master control to did you hear this audio yet? Have you guys heard this? This. This is listen this so their onset and Charles Barkley, obviously wanna commentators TNT NBA covers listen to this. Hey, I'm trying to play it. And here we go..
"roseanne " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From you guys cover that. No never done the song. Me sorta this year cover suggestion. Boy, I would hire you as a consultant. My air drummer. Well, listen consultant thing, I'm not so sure but the air drummer. How many people know that? I I I'm pretty sure I could do that a lot of work. I did his work. But I practice all the time. I know you're my guy. Dave, if you ever decide you wanna do that, we could even sit you at a real drum kit. If you want to take like, you know, because I came to one of your performances if you wanted to take I don't know just take extra break. Your band was was played something I sit there and air drum on your drums. Right. I think that the fans would love that. Yeah. Yeah. I can go take a pee break at the same time. Then who's gonna actually play the real drums? No, no, no, no. We just we just go with the aerodrome. Yeah. That'd be fine. Yeah. I think that you probably playing better than I do not know. Oh, yeah. Bitch, play the eardrum drums. Better air you'll kill the year. I think you're a better drummer since I don't drum. But I think I'm a better air drummer. We're going to open the phone lines up here. Three zero three seven one three eight five eight five we've been talking about specifically this DNA thing. But we're off of that now, and you can text us five six six nine zero couple things the Chicago Cubs planning to launch their own TV network in twenty twenty. I thought they already had that. But WGN wasn't WGN their own TV network. Well. Isn't that the Tribune company? Okay. So no that wouldn't be right. I mean, they they have telecast. But that's a cubs baseball for the Braves. Yeah. So no, they they don't have their own. Teams are I guess I already did. I guess they don't a lot of money in TV sports. Tom Arnold and his wife have split up after ten years. She's from Denver, by the way, images that every time we've had him on the show. They've been very ten years the two kids together, and he is now over foreign marriages his first wife was Roseanne Barr or Roseanne Arnold is she became known as so his his judgment. Maybe just a little off. Thank you feel confident it phrasing. It that way. He's a little off. Well, he definitely is a little off. But if you marry Roseanne Barr that in and of itself would constitute you being a little off, wouldn't it. I would think she'd be a little hard to live with. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I would think he's a little hard to live with. Yeah. He's got some issues who's our man that is the great Tom Arnold summation Craig gas. Yes. Yes. We ought to get him on a no kidding. Yeah. But Tom Arnold act. He seemed like he's okay with it. He he's fifty nine his wife is forty two and she moved out of the house. And he said it's been rough for a long time. I'm paraphrasing, but it's been bad for a long time. And it sounds like he was kind of talking her into. Hey, you know, you don't have to stay here. You know, you gotta live your life to and you know. Okay. Thanks, and she said, okay. Out. Wow. Yeah. We got Claire on line. One wants to talk three zero three seven one three eight five eight five Claire is it clear. Yes, I'm a relatively new listener new to the area. I've been listening to the station lots of programs. My feedback to you guys is that the the music that you choose to play when you're coming out of commercial. It's always some kind of rock and roll thing. And sometimes it's even like, Pearl Jam or something newer. I humbly suggest to you that that is way out of sync with your content with your what your audience that might be expecting you to play. What do you what do you think? What do you think our audience would be expecting us to play just? Good to hear this. I don't know what would be right to play. But I gotta tell you that the rock and roll stuff is out of sync overall nature of the show and your content. So what what? No, wait, wait, wait, Claire, Claire, Claire, what would you? What would you have us play? Well, see I was I was thinking. Okay. What would you suggest something just with? No, no, no words for one thing. Get words out of it. It's got to be some kind of, you know, coming back to your thing that is not trying.
"roseanne " Discussed on X96
"Number one. Here's boater candidate number two. It's another celebrity Boehner cannon. Oh, good. Oh, you find her repulsive, really? Not surprisingly. Her recent in recent interview with Israel him via the Hollywood reporter did not disappoint as the disgraced comedian Roseanne Barr. Blasted Natalie Portman, really defended Kevin Hart. And then tossed her longtime co star John Goodman under the bus. Bartok on Natalie Portman. How do you go after deadly port MacQuarie claiming to attend an Israeli ceremony last April where she was to be the recipient of the Genesis prize laureate at the time Portland Portman explained that she did not want to take part in the ceremony that involved, prime minister Munaf urge Benjamin Netanyahu. She she doesn't care for Benjamin Netanyahu. It was really sickening. And I find a pulse. Bar said of Natalie Portland's actions, she was raised in incredible privilege of safety and the Jewish state, and she doesn't know nothing about him. Awesome. Portman was born in Jerusalem and moved to the United States at the age of three. She's the darling of the left here, the Jewish left in Hollywood, she's a hypocrite who grew up in safety and privilege. Like I said before and she doesn't know nothing about what she speaks out. I find it repulsive. Man, pissed piston her Cheerios. You know, and she then she defended Kevin Hart, and then by the way, John Goodman, who has really not said anything negative about Roseanne. No, he's not he has. He has been careful about what he said about her. But he's not said anything negative about her. Said.
"roseanne " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"To answer your question. It is a host of ESPN's thirty for thirty podcasts. Jody abrogated the legendary iron, Mike Tyson, gentlemen. Thank you so much for joining ongo. Well, Tampa I'm doing well. Jody let me start with you. First of all awesome. Contact huge huge fan of the thirty for thirty and all the wonderful sports moments. Of course, and compelling stories is there a particular episode that really stands out in your mind that was special. Diplomatic as hey like them all but we did an episode about Wrigley field that I just loved because I felt it was like our best use of the podcast medium. So it's just really a special piece for me and my getting involved in so many different platforms man when they approached you about this podcast podcasts podcast space. Would you think? I had no idea what I was getting myself into. The people in this became pretty fun. How do you like most time people as you questions for you talking? I mean, do you find it fascinating? And who who someone who stands up? Like, the Roseanne Barr recently, Mike app Stevo? Junior. And the interesting thing I liked this job with the podcast up. You look like you having fun doing a great job. Yeah. Exactly. Well, welcome. Thank you so much. We're gonna take a talk take a few minutes to talk. But first one third of help I suck at dating and co host of Pratt cast, Vanessa gremaldi and bachelor alum wells atoms. We do. It doesn't matter who you are where you're from. Or who you love? We're all here together. Right. We're all connected. Not surprisingly, the the one thing that we all have in common is that each of us wants to know that our voices are being heard that we matter the six nominees in this category. Cover the gamut of politics, humor, pop culture, and everything in between most importantly, they're here they're here. And they've got no qualms about it. Here are the nominees for best LGBTQ podcast. But I would argue that for clear people are friendships with other queer people are different down gay politics. It's like it's working for him. We're about to have civil war partout as know, the heart. I realized that whether it's between Christians or gay people in Christians or gay people engage people. There's just the cost of loving each other throwing shade the gays has changed and jokes that worked ten years ago. Do not work today jokes or two years ago. Do not work today getting curious with Jonathan van Ness. I sit down for a thirty minute combo with a beryllium expert to learn all about something that makes me curious food for thought. From an intellectual background. I am a dime deeply dumb. But I'm also smart. In the winter, the.
"roseanne " Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Even Eddie what up? All right here, we go. How have our wives changed us fellas? Oh before we do this. Have you guys seen this story about the guy who claims if any of you guys ever, take an Ambien? No, no, you've heard about what people white Dwight shops. He gets he gets package deliveries to the house that he has no idea he ordered ambient. Yes. That is hilarious. Yeah. So there's like a whole website dedicated to the strange things people have done. Yes. On mbia. Why is this guy? Apparently he had apparently fell asleep and asked his girlfriend to marry him. I heard this story. So so what happened is apparently he had a ring that he was thinking about giving her and he added in his nightstand. And I guess she was staying over. He fell us. He couldn't sleep. He took some Ambien. He took four times the recommended dosage which right? There's your problem. You're gonna end up times you and you take four times the gosh. Yeah. So he he takes this. He goes to sleep. He wakes up the next morning his girlfriend's lying next to him has the ring on her finger. Oh my gosh. And apparently during his sleep he he asked her to marry him and apparently went on Facebook. No updated his relationship status from from from a relationship to engaged on Facebook. So my question is because this guy is kinda left himself wide open. Right. I mean because he he believes her story. Right. He said he wasn't going to. He was maybe going to get her a better ring. He wasn't ready. He was maybe another year and a half. Why biased fricken ring at all? If you're not ready. I know it doesn't it yet? But we were we were wondering if there's maybe he's got an open ended contract here because she could always be like. Yeah. Well that time you were Ambien and you asked me to marry me. And you said I can have XYZ who you know, what I mean? It's kind of an open ended thing he's kind of screwed here. And he. Look, I know that the ambient will make you do somewhere things that'll make you racist, apparently apparently Allah Roseanne Barr. It'll make you shop like Dwight. I'm not sure if it will will do that. But he's look can't. He just say, I'm sorry, sweetie. I was on ambient. I don't remember this take the hit. Does it make you honest? I mean going back to the Roseanne Barr thing. Right. I mean was she thinking, you know, what I mean? It's like Roseanne. A long time. No. It wasn't a surprise. Best friend that goes. Yeah. You should definitely go over and do it. She went and did it so you so you're lumping that you say your thought pattern here is that you're lumping it in ambient as in you, tell me what we're really super drunk, and we say things to people. That's what we really truly. I I've always had that argument that I don't think that's necessarily accurate. Okay. Okay. Look because you may you may entertain me entertain entertain a thought about a friend, but you don't truly believe that about a friend, and when you get wrong, and you say that to your friend. I don't think that's warps. Maybe it warps your sense of humor. So that you think something's funny? That's not. And that's all you really meant. How is this a legal damn drug? I don't know. I mean. I mean, that's wow. When you have an entire webpage dedicated to the weird things people do without knowing s that's kind of that's kind of a tip right there. How about this in two weeks? We're going to have the fiftieth episode of the twisted view. Let's all do it on Ambien. No. I'll tell you. Why? I was gonna say. You say we're gonna do drugs. Let's do they really. Is not as. I'm sorry office by. Happened to smell like God gonna work gonna work out real quick. How how how have our wives changed us? Kobe. Biggest change that has happened to your personality since you, married. Your lovely wife. I'm more. I would say. That's a hard question. Did the biggest thing she changed me? She's she's maybe a little more organized. I'll say that organized. All right. More stuff handwriting sucks. More stuff down. I guess I'm a little bit more inclusive when it comes to like all people I was never racist, obviously. But like there's certain people that I've never really like thought about and with the work. She does and the biggest heart that she has started to realize it like, you know, what your mother people that need help as well. Not just people in this area. There's other people that are that are struggling and doing stuff like that. Let's I think she's kind of made me a stronger person open-minded. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. And I'm a little cleaner. Fold my clothes now. Don't just leave him in a closet. Close basket when we first started dating in Philly. She would come to my apartment and go are those clean dirty clean. Why are they sitting in the basket, I'm like because the basket, and then my wife makes me fold fitted sheets just as a disciplinary tactic fitted sheet. It's impossible unless you want me makes me go through the motions disciplinary action, honestly turnaround or something. I'm that guy in the lows commercial. Zuber dame? How's your wife changed? You. Let's say there are no more tidy whitey's in my repertoire, that's good. That's good. Underwear you wear dude. What are they are? They all speed is now now, they're all boxers. Why do people still wear Whitey tidies? I don't know. I think it's like, boxers. Gene. I think it's out there anymore. What are you looking for Jim? Yeah. Boy, head down real Amazon. Down. Don't look around. Us bench press. You only have a minute. Tony. That is a there's a the list is long. There's no doubt about it. We were a more accountable. That's for sure because I cared about nothing. If it was if some didn't get done it was like. Tomorrow. She was we were perfect mix because she she worried about everything, and she was a well kind of a ball BUSTER and kind of and I cared about nothing. It was like, oh, it's okay. Everything will work out. Don't worry. Now. I've become a little bit more OCD about weird stuff, and she's relaxed a lot. So we've sort of count of each other. We change each other in that direction and it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that's also my wife has made me meaner. Oh, man, not towards not towards her. She she's she she demands quality. And I used to not really care that much about it. Yeah. I would just go the cheapest. Yeah. And now, I'm like, I'm a much better negotiator because of my wife, much better. Also, I care about animals because of my wife, so yeah, I'm actually much more calm on the road to since I met my wife. My wife thinks I'm weird like why are you getting all road rage? But I think the bottom line is our wives made us all better. Right. Oh, what about the second? Ladies. 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"roseanne " Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Did you say she was not your friend now? No, no. So I did her show, and it was painful, but then I was like I'm gonna bring her on mine called her out for her terrible interviewing skills, then we kind of became friends, so. Oh, yeah. But I would say like eighty five percent of my guests have been people, I know through sociation or our friends because I've been in this industry for twelve years now. So I've made a lot of connections. But yeah, I've been pretty lucky of doing this almost a year now, and I haven't had like a bad interview. What would you say you're like worse like interview or like, maybe reaction from a celebrity about something you've written has been? I mean when we first started on podcast one. It was just, you know, people cancelling at the last minute pissed off and this and that one of my resolutions for twenty nineteen is to not take things personally. Yeah. And to let things go some of that. But I still remember one of the wildest reactions ever got from somebody. I remember what I wrote about her. Remember what the fuck I wrote about her, but it was in two thousand seven at eleven years ago. Now, it's twelve. Of years night. It was seven backward, mice met. My space is still a thing. Roseanne barr. Had a my space page, and I had written something about her that pissed her off. So on her fischel, my space page Roseanne said that she wanted to kidnap me say that I was trust passing on her property in Hawaii. And then kill me. Oh my God. Mike. Okay lab. It's. Yeah. Right. Oh my gosh. She's still really rich. Yeah. But you know, that show got cancelled row quick. Yeah. I mean, what are you? Yeah. Like, you can't say shit like that anymore. Not that it was ever. Okay. But especially now. Also, I'm not one of those people that buys the I was drunk. I was a high excuse like, I'm not gonna stay things that she said when I get drunk the gosh, I was sure this story. What was the tell you mine? Well, you probably have better one's pretty I regret this. I regret this. I thought it was being fun. I this is a low moment in my life. And I actually I don't think I've ever apologized for it. Because I don't even remember the people that I didn't do I got so drunk one at a house party that I organized, but I didn't have a house then I was living in an apartment and my friend's house, and I got so drunk, but I thought it'd be really funny to rip all the guys shirts. And then I was like about it. Now like, I was just destroying their property. That's awful. Yeah. So yeah, that was not a highlight. That's bad. But that, but I thought it was being fun. Your shirtless now kind of really bad, actually. Oh, well, what's the worst thing you ever did drunk? Oh. See that's one thing is I'm kind of a control freak. So I don't really let myself get to that drunk point. I kind of no one to cut myself off. It's nothing coming to mind right away. I mean, I'm sure I've said something that may be offended. One of my friends are hurt their feeling by best thing out with someone in public like Robbie Hades at pump. That's the worst thing I've ever done drunk, and I wasn't. I don't think I don't I don't view what I did to those guys sexual harassment. I wasn't making out with that. I wasn't trying to come on. Sexual thing. It was the douchebag thing. The best thing ever done drug. It was another house party back when we were young, and you know, in our thirties. Now, I'm gonna be forty one. I convinced all of my friends to let me take photos of their butt holes. So my God. And then and then as like, all right? It's time to play guests the butthole. You gotta try fun party. Okay. Maybe it's the gay guy thing. Maybe. Yeah. No. Like, oh, how he's got no hair on his we know that is totally like multiple choice. No, it was I I was like maybe like nine people there photos of other. I got them all to do it. And then we all got gather around and all the time and try to guess who's it was I've never done that can't have..
"roseanne " Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"And I wanted to trade punch lines with the best guys in the country and wanted to compete with them. I wanted to be in that and the upper echelons of this. And it was a long journey believe me. And so I'm glad that you know after all this time. It's like, you know, and then you worry about, you know, we'll come. I don't know why I don't know how you don't know me I've been doing it for fucking thirty fucking years. And part of the thing is part of it's like a great to be successful and be able to make a living doing something you love to do. And then you get famous, and then they fucking Louis C K or they fucking Roseanne Barr. And they they they love. Building. Yup. The Germans have a word for it's called Chardon frighten, and they can tear you down. He did it with Tiger Woods. They do with a lot of people when you reach that pinnacle of fame people fucking love tearing down. They love ripping down. You know? So on one hand, it's great Duffy famous where people can fuck a destroy over a bed tweet or a bad joke or of those two sold out shows the big expected, go home jerk off by himself. I mean, come on. I mean. But you're right though. I mean, one tweet one Facebook posts about can't even be fucking human anymore. You can't make a fuck mistake girl. That's what it is. It comes down to like, you know, we we've kind of lost our ability to be human beings. Go. Hey, I made a mistake. Please. Forgive me, a moving on won't do it again. I mean, look at what if I'm Roseanne tweet to now. I can't defend the tweet. I'm not saying I will say it was a dumb joke in my head. I kinda stood what she was doing like so and so and so and so in a baby, okay. Bad fucking references. But at the same time, I also she said she was on AMI, and I know people have taken Ambien they woke up in the middle of night cooked fucking dinner. Don't remember, I know fucking waitress Chicago's told me she took gammy, and she was drinking. She got up in the middle painted her fucking apartment got up the next morning doesn't fuck. Remember it? I mean she painted like, but I mean, so. And then you fire her from fucking show with her name on it with her name on it. And they already twenty million sold for season two. They had eighty million advertising revenue sold for the fucking Roseanne show. She cost the company a hundred million fucking dollars. Where I was done is Roseanne checkbook out you're going to write a couple checks here. Then double ACP, you're gonna pal. Apology door, and then we're gonna start and you're not fucking tweeden. And and but that woman just got fired from ABC, by the way, she lost her fucking job that the president of ABC got fired. And so, you know, karmic -ly how do you fucking like you lost your fucking job, and you turn the company into? So I think. You know, you cost the company hundred million fucking dollars. You didn't let her apologize. She didn't let her fucking right. A couple of checks and helps people out which is what you should have fucking done. Why you know, I think with racial racially themed tweets and post. It's just like, it's almost unrecoverable. Well, then if the word will I mean, she made a fucking joke, and it wasn't you know, I get what she was trying to you. Yeah. I get told. Okay. So let's say, you know, and this is just my thing if that word is so fucking offensive, and let's radical it from the vocabulary. Let's take it out. A rap songs was take it out of fucking everything..
"roseanne " Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"That so that's so sad that that happens to you. I'm so sorry. But then part of the fun of having like two other black people to bounce things off of is. I say some shit happen to me. And they're like, yeah. We we don't give us to we bought. You know, they're like if you say if I say, I got pulled over there was like, oh, I got pulled over this other time, and it was hilarious. Dump should have you know, I love it. Guest. I'm gonna bring a black friend just to watch the corners that okay? Oh, yeah. Please bring more happy that you have one. Right. That's what I'm saying. Okay. This guy real hard. It's like, it'd be YO. Be weird experience. Bring your own black one, right? I'm gonna need you need to know where you got this person. I don't know I need some credentials. What did you say to him to agree to come to? You can follow. You a online Twitter account is add private ego. Instagram is professor joy. Private you go what is it private egos at a Twitter account? Oh, no. That's. Go ahead and get rid of that. Okay. Very good. I'm on Twitter and Instagram and everything at professor, professor white. All right. Let's find out who's private ego. Who is well, it's it's a secret I'm serious where this goes now, let's see who's who's the winner of this take a Buddhist website is no ego. Here does a lot of assets. What's that these goeransson Lisi warranted? Becky from Roseanne like twins. Oh, you and her. I you know, what I did buy my handle from her. I don't know how she knew my name. But. Right and the dot com. I'll let you just say because I might be bringing up Roseanne herself. Yeah. My website is it's you die dot com. Okay. Wait, why did you decide on DOI instead of the whole name? This is what my parents have called me. But my website is my whole name Travis. When I tell you the secret whenever we rate people's plugs. For me, we go off the template of Lisa, Gordon. Oh, yes. People those unedited parts. Done that. What's good to see you? Good to see. I mean my God. Thank you, cook rats on the podcast. I love it. Oh headlines. Fucking idea. Thank you so much inside the blues. Clues thing didn't work out. That is honestly. Okay. I was really into that for a while. You know, what I was too? But then I just I realized if I got this job, I wouldn't be able to say the N word on the internet anymore, and that's very important to me. Okay. Yeah. I imagine you can say a lot of things actually. Yeah. I didn't even think of that. Because it's a kids show. Yeah. That's ex-. Okay. Well, millions of dollars negative say whatever word you want. A millions millions of dollars to know from N word. Yes. Anyway, you have your the new Blue's clues guy. And you got to pretend like I don't know where the comb is. But it's always right there. Yeah. It's got to play dumb. Exactly like that's not for me trait. Their hits we could be doing. So is that how the addition? Combs. They're like you doing it. Can you let the pretend dog find the dog wants milk? That's all they want some fucking milk. It'll be move dogs. Can't even drink milk. And that's the auditions. He what's good to see you. We're going to do silent trailers right after this. Are you to exclusive we're headed describes a movie, and we know or in movies? She describes a movie trailer that she sees on silent. And then we guess what the movie is. Oh, that's very fun. The winner gets nothing. And also while you're online say, hi, Lisa goeransson and talk to you tomorrow. John..
"roseanne " Discussed on Cults
"Became pregnant and was soon approached by members of Magyars inner circle with a strange request. They told her that Magyari a wanted to raise the baby as her own with an eye toward making the child her successor. They stressed that. It was a high honor for Roseanne's child to even be considered as the child would essentially be the son or daughter of God. But the parents had to agree that the child would be raised to believe that Magyari out was their real mother Roseanne. Agreed. She later explained her decision like this think of it this way, let's say you're a Catholic and the blessed Virgin Mary asks you to give her your child. That's what it was like Roseanne was pressured into falsifying her daughter's birth certificate. So that it would list her biological mother as Joyce cho-. Joyce was Magyars real first name. Came. And she had legally changed her last name to her new husband's to help with the deception Roseanne, dyed her hair jet black like Magyars before going to the hospital to deliver her daughter that way, if they were questioned SAS later hospital workers would describe someone generally fitting Magyars appearance Roseanne, and Harry then gave their child a daughter named tests to Magyars to raise his her own in nineteen eighty two the couple decided that they wanted to leave the cult, but because they had falsified tests birth certificate. They weren't able to take her with them Magyars had also convinced us, and that she wasn't fit to be a mother that she was too childish, and they're responsible Roseanne believe that by leaving tests and Magyars care. She was really doing the best thing for her. It might seem shocking for a mother to give up her child. But according to Dr Stanley, h cath a psychoanalyst and professor at Tufts University medical school. Engagement in cults can actually rewire a person's brain by depriving a person of sleep and immersing them in group activities like monotonous chanting. A cult can actually change the wiring in a members temporal lobe that change can result in an altered personality and heightened suggest ability. Luckily, one out of the cult Roseanne began to heal she eventually became a therapist. And even started counselling former cult members, she realized how she'd been manipulated by Magyars and decided that she wanted to take care of her daughter again, she hired a lawyer to battle Magyars and the Ostrom for custody of their daughter. The Celtic nor requests to hand tests over to the government. So officials were forced to escalate their efforts on July nineteenth nineteen Eighty-nine a swat team from the Indian river county sheriff's department stormed a movie theater in Vero beach where tests and other children from Kashi ashram had gone for. Outing after tests was returned to her parents. She had a long road ahead of her tests would even pray to Magyari at the dinner table because she believed that Magyars oh was God, the Colorado state health and rehabilitative services performed an evaluation of tests when she was returned to repair its and found that tests had a desperate need for attention because she had been ignored by Joyce and.
"roseanne " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Roland Kirk the versatile. Verbal musician later known as Roseanne own Kirk. He said he heard that name in a dream is caught by Smith's tape recorder. Dreaming about being a musical entrepreneur someday. With his own club. Were. Brolin perks playing at the law was captured on the tapes to Kirk who was blind from an early age died in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven of a stroke at forty one. At times when the noise got really Leonard late at night. There might be a visit from the local cop checking.