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Blaney wins All-Star race, $1M 2 laps after thinking he won
"With $1 million on the line drivers through caution to the wind and the NASCAR all star race at Texas Motor Speedway and at the end of the night it was Ryan Blaney taking home the big check I don't really spend a lot of money so probably put it in the banker Put it towards the retirement fund I don't know But we'll see I might buy a new set of tires for a new motor for dance spring cartoon That's probably what I'll do Blaine survived four separate stages avoided multiple cautions and as he crossed the finish line the caution came out He thought he had won the race and dropped his window net but the race wasn't over and then he had to re secure the net and hold off Denny Hamlin who was chasing him down from second I think that caught all of us off guard and so it was kind of short lived panic mode in my spot of like how the hell am I going to get this window net back up Austin Cedric finished third Jerry Jordan Fort Worth Texas
Machado: 3 doubles, 1 triple; Padres complete Giants sweep
"The Padres have a major league death 17 road wins after they completed a three game sweep by blowing out the Giants ten to one Manny Machado tied the franchise record with four extra base hits three doubles and a triple I go out there and play baseball I don't really know that's awesome That's awesome to hear and that's pretty cool But us go out there and continue to do it if I would have got another one I would have tried to hustle for other double as well Will Myers was three for 5 with three runs driven in The Padres scored 5 runs in the fourth inning Mackenzie gore pitched 6 innings allowed only three hits and a run with 6 strikeouts to get the win The Giants have lost four straight Alex wood took the loss and was pulled after three innings giving up 8 hits and 5 runs Ryan leong San
Musgrove sharp, Machado homers as Padres top Giants 2-1
"It was a pitcher's duel between Joe musgrove versus Carlos rodon and the Padres came out on top two to one Most grove improved to 5 he went 7 innings about four hits walk three and struck out four to earn the win The Padres are 8 O and all of musgrove starts this season Rodon lasted 6 innings giving up 5 hits and two runs with 6 strikeouts He surrendered a 425 foot Homer to Manny Machado The other runs scored on a safety squeeze in the 6th The Giants with the solo home run by Wilmer Flores Ryan leong San
How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains
"Stephen, let me just continue on that note. Are you seeing because as a famous economist once said to me, economics is the science of demonstrating that water runs downhill. It's not, you know, it's not voodoo. It's not a dark art. It's common sense, right? It's just common sense. Is there anybody you're hearing on the other side of the aisle to think tank or in the quote unquote political elite who's saying, yeah, this is nuts. We can't print more money, send money to the Ukraine, the punish the wealth generators in America because I don't see it. Are you seeing it? No, you don't well, you don't see it among any of the Democrats in Congress who are just very dutifully voting for every Obama initiative. You know, we have a race I met with JD Vance this morning. You know, he's running against Tim Ryan from Ohio. This is an example of what you're talking about. And Tim Ryan is going around the state of Iowa saying, I'm a moderate Democrat. I'm a middle pro worker, a Democrat. And JD said, well, that's interesting because you voted a 100% with Joe Biden. How are you a moderate Democrat? All these guys, they voted in a 100% with Biden on everything. So there's no voices of sanity and Congress except for Joe Manchin who saved our country. Thank you, Joe Manchin. You really did say, by the way, I'm sorry to go up on a tangent here. Go ahead, go ahead. Yep, Bezos said, hey, the guy who really saved you was Joe Manchin. You know, you wanted to spend another $5 trillion because Biden's running around the country now saying he reduced the deficit. Can you believe this? You can't make this stuff up. He's about three $4 trillion they say. Fiscal conservative. And then, of course, here's the bigger problem, though, and I shouldn't be laughing because this is a very serious matter. There's nobody in The White House. There's no sane voice in The White House who was saying, hey, you know, you can't do this. You have to, there's no adult in the room. There's nobody who knows anything about business.
J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory
"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good
Media Can't Cover up Biden's Failures, Only Protecting Liberalism
"And I think they decided at that point that it was better for them long term to get rid of dinkins and to at least try to semi cover what was happening in New York City Then to just destroy the whole Democratic Party by pretending and lying to people in front of their face like no your car wasn't stolen your kid wasn't murdered you were all lying I don't mean to keep bringing that point up I do it often in my podcast and radio show but I bring it up because we may be getting at the point now where the liberal media in an effort to save liberalism Keep in mind this has nothing to do with honesty or if that is Ryan lizza or whoever may whatever lefty leaning journalists They're not asking these questions because all of a sudden they want to be honest and candid That's not what they're doing They're doing it because they realize they have to save liberalism and Joe Biden's become a liability for them I need you to understand the difference It's critical So here here's another question where they're basically like hey man I'm going to give you a chance to answer this but the Republicans basically saying you're really awful you know you're in charge fix it You got something to say These are questions you would have never heard before things start to get really bad Check this out You called out Rick Scott a little while ago in your remarks Earlier than he anticipating your remarks he said and I'm just quoting here that the best thing most effective thing Joe Biden can do to solve the inflation crisis He created his resigning He's the problem Senator The senator at it later Joe Biden is unwell He's unfit for office He's been coherent and capacitated and confused These are his worst Offering him his chance to respond I think the man has a problem Yeah he does Oh Rick Scott Yeah you do have a problem
Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead
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Challenge over Marjorie Taylor Greene's eligibility fails
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Molina homers, Edman drives in three as Cards beat Giants
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What Is the Power of the Donald Trump Endorsement?
"Is what is the power of the Donald Trump endorsement. And I'm going to tell you right now, it is still very powerful. I live in Georgia, but I travel all over the country. And that endorsement is still very warm and sought after and valid in a Republican primary in particular. Because there is still the approval ratings of Donald Trump among Republican voters. You see the impact that his endorsements had that he still, again, the media is obsessed with Donald Trump. I mean, he doesn't have to necessarily be on social media for them to take everything that he says and put it on social media. It's almost as if he's there. So as you build through these races, we want to and we've talked about them when we went through here on the show. Talking about how these races could be impacted. Well, now we have some of our first results and I want to take it in a step further. And I'm going to break out from what we talked about a couple of weeks ago here on the show and say, this is what we actually saw playing out. So let's start number one. Hot take in Ohio. JD Vance comes through. JD Vance wins the nomination. He's now going to go up against Tim Ryan for that sentencing. Mike dewine, who is a governor. Many what ensure that president Trump did not endorse in that, but dewan was not in line. It seemed for that endorsement, but dewine won going away in Ohio. And now focused on the Senate seat, you got JD Vance going against Tim Ron. Tim Ron probably if you had to go out and pick the best Democrat candidate in Ohio right now to run this race in this environment with this democratic headwind that they have. Ryan's probably the best one that they could have picked. So it's going to be imperative that the Republicans come together in Ohio around JD Vance and it's been a contested contested heavily contested primary with no one in mandala in advance. But let's talk about this Trump endorsed and I want to break it down for a minute because we've talked about it and how it may play out and it will this endorsement fade and will people be willing to overcome. Well, the answer is a resounding yes in Ohio. The endorsement from former president Trump and Don Junior, along with a lot of money from mister thiel, who put in almost 13 million or more into this race, 3 million just in the last few weeks after with a surrounding the endorsement made the difference it appears in
Panarin, Vatrano help Rangers beat Penguins 5-2 in Game 2
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Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions
"And here's what Tim Ryan, who wants to be Ohio's next senator, said about favoring any restrictions whatsoever on any kind of abortion, including late term abortion. As senator would you have any limits on abortion? Look, I think what we had established in roe is something that we can continue to work with. And I think those can be the parameters, but then again, if you get rid of what was established law, which in many ways was conservative to keep that to appreciate stare decisis and make sure we appreciate the law, if we move away from that, you're going to get states like Ohio that have some of the most extreme laws in the whole country where if you're a young girl and you've been raped or there's been incest that you have to the state, the government is going to force you to bring that baby to China. I mean, I guess all that comes from it, but my question to you. My question was about any limits to abortion. At any point, late term, anything. Look, you got to leave it up to the woman because you and I see here a bunch of well, you and I sitting here can't account for all of the different scenarios. You hear Bret Barry say, well, that's obviously a no, I guess that's a no. You have to leave it up to the woman. She gets to choose, so she wants to go in and have a 6, 7, 8 month old baby. Ripped apart in her womb and destroyed, she gets to decide that. That senator Tim rod. That's the Democrats position. That's not just him Ryan. That's the Democrat party.
What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US
"I mean, this is just amazing. What we saw happening out in Ohio because JD Vance, wow, he just climbed in the polls. In the last couple of weeks, interestingly, after Donald Trump endorsed him. He did win the day out there in Ohio. He now advances to the big race in November. He's running against senator rob. Well, he's running against center Tim congressman. Tim Ryan, I should say, this is for senator rob Portman's seat, rob Portman, of course, is retiring getting out of politics. And this will be an interesting one because what I love about Ohio voters is that they really are just kind of salt of the earth and they're interested in a lot of the same things that frankly I think you and I are interested in from a policy perspective. And so it will be extremely interesting to watch. I should point out that Tim Ryan, he has a history of being pretty tough on China. He is a history for standing up for the American people on the jobs front. He's very anti inflation. I mean, he's got a lot of values that are somewhat aligned with a lot of the conservative values, not all of them, for sure. Not all of them. But that's why it's going to be so interesting because he's not an AOC type. He's not a Bernie Sanders type is not Elizabeth Warren type. He kind of didn't fit in entirely perfectly to the Democrat party. So now he's running against somebody who is really the antithesis of everything that the Democrats stand for. And that'll be a very interesting barometer to see where that heads for us as a nation. Don't forget, this Vance victory is seen as a Trump victory because Trump endorsed him and it really could spell some pretty good news for Trump endorsed candidates. I think in other upcoming primaries, including what we're seeing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, all over the country,
Mark Levin's Advice to J. D. Vance
"This guy Tim Ryan is bad news He is a bad dude He pretends to be a moderate He's a radical leftist He's voted with the Democrat leadership a 100% of the time and he hates Trump He needs to be defeated He must be defeated And so when I heard Vance sang some of these things I thought to myself you better pull this Republican Party in Ohio together You better not be so damn cocky Because you really didn't win this race Donald Trump won the race for you That's the fact That's how you came from third and fourth down with a relatively sizable victory But you got 32% of the vote This guy Ryan got 70% of the Democrat party vote 70% Fans got 32% of the vote He got a plurality The other guy got a super majority Vance is going to need every Republican certainly every conservative he can get And if he's going to keep doing a victory lap not because he won and taking on this guy Ryan but we showed them in the Republican primary He's going to have a tough time
J.D. Vance Wins Ohio Republican Primary
"Jenny Vance will be the next senator from Ohio nominated last night by the Republican Party winning 32% of the vote, Josh mandel 24% Matt Dolan 23% proving a number of things. Former president Trump's endorsement matters a lot, Peter Thiel's backing matters a lot, and that there is a not Trump rump within the Republican Party that is probably as equal as to the always Trump rump. That helped JD over the top. He was behind until the former president endorsed him. He won handily. He is going to win handily. I note that Matt Dolan quickly came out and endorsed him on Twitter very closely act by the state senator and Matt Dolan delivered the two largest counties. He won Franklin Franklin counties where Columbus is in cuyahoga counties where Cleveland is, he won those counties handily, and his throwing in with JD brings the party together. I'm sure Josh will follow suit. And Jenny Vance should beat my friend, but he's a Democrat, Tim Ryan and Tim has committed to abortion all the time. Regime and said so yesterday on the eve of the primary and that's not going to fly in Ohio, which is a pro life state. Sign the heartbeat bill. It's a red state at the Trump state and Tim Ryan's great candidate, but he isn't going to make that up in 2022.
Election 2022: JD Vance wins Ohio's GOP Senate primary
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Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race
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Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Is Not Even a Registered Republican
"Josh mandel did you ever think you'd be in the position Where you'd be running so hard against a guy like JD Vance who barely stepped his foot into Ohio and has absolutely I can't find a record of anything conservative and this guy's background Period Well one of those reasons mark is that he's not even a registered Republican I mean is that right Even today the night before the election he's not a registered Republican This guy's a fraud I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper sell sort of like let's understand he's not registered or Republican You sure of that I am a 100% sure But he's seeking the Republican nomination That is correct Listen when this guy loses tomorrow he's going to be back in Silicon Valley so quick your head will spin This guy's not no hype when He is most comfortable walking the streets of Palo Alto in San Francisco and again I think he's a big tech sleeper sell And here in Ohio he's talking about being America first He's talking about being conservative But I guarantee you when he wins the nomination he's going to leave behind the conservative movement leave behind the America first You mean if he wins it If he wins it I mean he'll be palling around so quickly with Mitt Romney and the others in Washington And listen we're going to beat this guy tomorrow We're going to win the nomination of our mark and I'm going to be nominee here in Ohio And we're going to go beat Tim Ryan in November and go stand up for the constitution and our liberty in Washington
"ryan o" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"We'll be back final segment talking to my friend Ryan health and Biden. Don't go away. Hey there, folks. Not going to Brian health and bind with the standing for freedom center at liberty university, just a few minutes left in the hour Ryan, what else should we talk about? Well, I mean, I think right now, more than anything, people are asking the question, Eric, what can I do? What should I do? You might be in a church somewhere, and you have a pastor who might be lacking in courage. Or maybe he is courageous or, you know, whatever the situation is, the context in which you're listening right now. I want to encourage people, there's some things that you can do practically right now. On the issue of Disney, for example, we've canceled our subscription to Disney+ as a family. Vote with your dollars, send those other places. I'm so big on this. I'm thrilled you brought this up. Folks, you better do it. You better don't, you know, don't complain if you're not taking steps when somebody stands so boldly against you and your children and what you believe in, you better make sure you don't give them your money or let me say God's money to continue doing that. That's exactly right. Send those dollars elsewhere. Go to Dollywood, for example. By the way, I'm partial to that. My wife is from east Tennessee. So go to Dollywood. Go to some other places. Go to 6 flags. Whatever. And by the way, if all of those go entertainment is not that crucial at the end of the day, but your children's hearts and their minds, they absolutely are, right? So hand those over. The other thing Eric is, we're launching at the freedom center, a project called freedom voters. This is something we don't endorse candidates, but I'm going to be very clear. But we're going to be we're going to have a concerted effort to raise awareness and attention 40% of folks sitting in the pew in churches are not registered or not actively participating in voting. If we could cut that number in half, you would change the whole makeup of this country, including California. I mean, absolutely. Can we even believe this? I get 40% are not registered and don't vote. Folks, you are allowing the greatest country in the history of the world to fall apart if you are not voting your values. You've got we've got to understand, we've got to make this clear. Folks, I don't care who you vote for, you vote for the person you think that it's going to do the best thing. And then you give it to God, but to not vote is to allow the bad guys to get in, which is what's been going on. It's why we're here. There's an abdication of our responsibility and God given authority. One of the things I look to, we talked about the old testimony we talked about the Passover. But the other thing is what kings were responsible with in the Old Testament. That was the keeping of the law. And today's culture, our constitutional system, lex Rex, the law is king, our constitutional system allows citizens to have that responsibility that kings did of old. And when you don't participate in that system, Eric, it's abdication of your authority as citizen. It's consent of the governed. So when you're passing, you're saying, I'm a Christian, I love Jesus, but I'm not really all that concerned, say lobby. I don't really have a control over it. I'm not going to get involved. What in the world get involved? You have a say in this. I'm going to just allow the pagan to make determinations. Well, it's like if your child is being attacked by a wild animal in the yard, you'd say, well, it's in God's hands. God is sovereign, there's some pastors that think that. You're not going to do anything about it. That's you think that that's biblical. I mean, you know, David is defending his sheep against animals and you're not going to go to the voting booth when people are trying to destroy something people died so that we could have these freedoms so we could have religious liberty..
"ryan o" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"No people could buy books and bookstores. Your stock market portfolio is, you know, all the things. I would have said, well, that's an unmitigated disaster. No, thank you. No, thank you. But now looking at it, you know, itching months later, I see what I've written. I see the uninterrupted like I spent 540 consecutive nights with my kids. Like I did 540 consecutive bedtimes. I would have never had that in ordinary circumstance. And I will almost certainly never get that again. Right. Right. So I think about the time I spent outside. I think about all the things that I did. So COVID took some things for me. But it also gave me certain things where I chose to make certain things of it. To me, that's what we focus on. Yeah, I completely get it. Hold on one second. My wife sends me an emergency text. That's never good. Okay. Whatever. I'm more fati. Not just to bear it, but to love it. So I'm going to go back to my own feelings about COVID. Is there you're right, a lot has been given, but a lot has been taken away. Sure. Is there a way to focus on the gratitude for the like, for instance, I feel really I'm very resentful that I didn't get the vaccine before I got sick. The sickness was bad, the code for me. And I'm aware that's kind of taking maybe a step out of my stride. And I'm working hard to overcome that. And that has been good. I've got a bunch of benefits from that working hard to overcome the long haul stuff. But still, I feel like it's like getting hit in the head. It's a bad injury. And I'm resentful for having gone through that. I didn't have to happen and I got that stuck in my head. And so how do you get over those I mean, resentment is really sort of we're talking about here, I suppose, or regrets. Yeah. No, and I don't want to be flip about like, hey, this is the best thing that ever happened to me when 700,000 people have died. Like if you told me, Ryan, I'm gonna take two manuscripts that you've written away. And it can save three quarters of a million lives. I mean, of course, give up the productivity in the time with my family to do that. So I'm not being flip about it, but I think for you, I guess what the stokes might focus on is like, how can I use this? So one of the benefits of course of being a writer is that everything that happens to you is fuel. Everything that happens to you can be turned into material. Right. But you as a public figure as a as a thought leader as a personality, sure, would you have chosen to skip long haul COVID? Of course. But has it presented opportunities for you to be of service to teach to explain to communicate? Like, you know, again, if I said, okay, Dr. Drew, you have long haul COVID, but by nature of having it and talking about it, you convinced ten or a 100,000 other people. Yes. You know, you're right. You're so right, because when I was sick, that's what I was thinking. How can I make this purposeful? Because this is what sucks. And people are like, what are you doing? You're getting out of camera sick. It was one of the single best things I've ever done. I knew it in the moment. I knew it would help. And I just thought I have to they're not teaching people about monoclonal antibodies all the stuff is there is and things that you can do to avoid the hospital. We have to get out there. And if I look shitty, so much the better. It's this thing sucks, and you learn about that too. So yeah, thank you for that. That actually, you know, it's funny, just that one thing reframes me a little bit. And this is back to the cognitive dissonance and the framing that stoicism in a weird way was a way of just dealing with cognitive dissonance and in our cognitive glitches that are in our brain, right? I think it's about using our rational mind to rise above those. But our rational brain is what gives us these cognitive distortions. There's glitches in our rational mind. And stoicism is sort of like the anti virus protection against the cognitive distortions. And that's what's so interesting about it. So sometimes the strokes will say. You can use that. I think that's a good construct for stoicism. So sometimes the stoves will be like, you got to zoom way in. Look at this at a granular level. And then you'll have perspective. But then other times, they say zoom way out. See it in the light of eternity, right? See it. And people will go, but this is a contradiction. And it's like, yes, different diseases, different viruses require different treatments. And so stoicism is really, I think a set of exercises as opposed to a one, two, three, four, 5 step process. It's a set of tools. Sometimes you need a flathead, sometimes you need a Phillips. Sometimes you need a jackhammer, you know, sometimes you need a whatever. You need different tools.
"ryan o" Discussed on SmartLess
"Just did it. So go ahead. Oh god i love. I love doing a sick. I love to guys girl pizza. Remember i kind of like worked with this him. Danny jacobson who was the producer writer. And and and i remember he came out and yelled at me one day. Because i i was kinda holding back. I don't know if we'll if you can relate to this but it was I i was very canadian. Onstage i was very like oh gotta make sure i'm not too much i'll give you know these other. I wanna make sure everyone has their moment when he came out and he says swiftly. Hey man fucking take the stage you taking the stage take it. it's yours. it doesn't diminish anybody else's performance. Just fucking go out there and give it your all and and it really stuck with me. Take the stage take the stage. I still think about that. But i would say that most of that's grew filling was probably deadpool. Wanted to just because like it was almost killed me. I mean it was like you know chewing and blowing bubbles with every aspect of it and remember you talking about that years earlier and wanting to really be respectful and deliberate about. How and when you you do that you know when was the you know. It's just like being involved in the guts of big movie wasn't a we shot it on nothing but it was still. It was from the outside. It seems like that was that was a A part in movie and the thing that really was probably shifted. Everything for you. I can see how it was huge. Obviously that genre too but it wasn't just a huge hit. You were really good in it. It was really funny and used everything that you're good at and you mentioned canadian. You're from vancouver. Do you still do you. Consider yourself canadian politics vancouver time i really counts so british columbia council despite this tricky country name. Yes are you close. I was joking but do you are you. Do you still feel to your canadian roots. I really do. Because i feel like canada's one of my parents in a way top laugh at myself it taught me to really kind of you. Never take one of the lines and van wilder. Don't take life too seriously. You'll never get out alive but what does that. What does it will you tell the story about the lobsters It's it's a. It's a tricky spot. How does that go again. Until when tina was honest the canadian lobster fishermen the american lobster fishermen walking down the road and one american. Says you got a nose. You don't have a lid on your lobster pot there by. Aren't you worried about your lobsters. Getting out in the canadian says year. Canadian lobsters one of them tries to get out the other ones. Pull him back down and canada. I caught the new accent. There though the nuclear dang sir. By i think i have to apologize. The people have prince edward arlington. Made a joke on colbert. And i just want them know they're loved And we really love you on the pi for listeners. Podcast they're what we didn't know in shut up. We don't follow what you say dude. But you know ryan you. And i ought to do a tour of canada. Just like a just like a coming home to her and we'll just like a parade. Let's get in the car. Let's get in shawn's toyota corolla and we can get before my nissan sentra takes over. Let's do a tour of canada and it just a victory lap in chicago going up there. You guys podcast. We're doing more about this fucking show than you three. I know you do bob bennett. Night have been working. The ship behind the scenes likes ryan. Reynolds you are A man of you're a prince. And i can't thank you enough for doing this Love you love. You like crazy love yes to us been. This was enough for me. It's been awesome having you. Thank you ryan. You're the best. Thanks guys and i never say that. Now you don't Thanks for all right pal. Ace guys aching easy. Have a great rest of the day. It will burrow by god. I really liked that. Reiner i will usually all you. Canadians are so nice. Why is that. When does it get dark. Is they're going to be like a series of September through april. It gets real dark coincide with hockey season or the opposite. Why for wasn't for hockey. Forget it it. It does get dark up there in the north but the flipside is gets really liked. It does seem though. Like every. Because i don't know canada like you do obviously but it does seem like everybody that is in the business of show is are always so grateful and upbeat and kind of there's no entitlement Which is yeah no. i mean. we're so excited. I was talking to sean and i we were. We were talking to andrew martin the other day You know who's who lived in canada for a long time and she's actually american The brilliant andrew morton. And i was saying that like you know growing up in canada moved down here because i knew that there was so much more opportunity down here same reason. I'm sure that ryan did like the you can. There's only so much that you can do sort of. And kennedy's such an amazing place. I knew so many so many funny talented incredible people who are from candidate who moved here. Because it's just there's just more it's bigger and more people in you get down here and you're like i don't know i guess you just kind of appreciate that like that. You get to do this. I'm a kid from toronto. As much as i sort of joke. I'm just a guy grew up in toronto. I have no showbiz connections but let me ask you something because when you came down and when when you guys come down to this country because on the outside for me it always seems like because we live here i'll just kind of like the turbulent atmosphere that is now in the country that did divide turn on the news and all this stuff is happening and it seems like from the outside. Canada doesn't have them sure you do but on the outset of candidates up everybody's upbeat happy. I know there are a lot of issues of course anywhere you go. There are issues that are Sort of germane to whatever place you go to in in canada has its own issues as well but there is a sense of like you know. I don't know if it's the kind of a hangover from the sort of the english through commonwealth thing which is just kind of keep calm and carry on idea just like shit happens and you just kind of keep going and you and you just don't. It's one of the things that i love slash Sort of push back against which is like. Don't take yourself too seriously. Yeah every keep it in. Perspective guy and ryan embodies that rhyme by embodies. All of that is jason frozen or is he asleep. Look this fucking conversation is just putting me to sleep. Are we talking about still on canada. Holy shit. I asked the question because ryan seems didn't body everything that will saying ryan recording right guys. We're supposed to be wrapping up the ryan episode. Say about ryan number of minutes in my day to enjoy boy off. he looked like he was fucking frozen. Like we were at the madame to sos. And here's the jason base shock. Look sake so listen this guy. Ryan reynolds chest a stunning man. A great friend an incredible towns getting more talented. Does it so yeah. I think so. Yeah i mean he that he understands. I guess you know what his thing is. And he's like fine tuning and fine tuning and then putting it in in other areas and and you know fucking slinging booze and bind teen. Didn't even get to is mobile phone company that he owns. I know i a fucking mobile phone company. Yeah and you know when you call somebody through his cellphone start. There are no telescopes wreckage here. The conversation by.
"ryan o" Discussed on SmartLess
"Why john hinged mouth is so wide open out ryan. Where do you see you so now. You've got these three kids got all this stuff. You're meditating you're you're becoming a complete person. You're obviously drinking gin all day. Yona booze company married to an angel. So you're constantly. You've got your pretty little angel of jesus christ will he dragged you. Right into this smut puddle thinning. I know but where do you. Where do you see yourself. I mean you. It seems like everything you're doing now just as opening up you're just hitting your stride now do is they're part of you. That goes like i've done a lot of accomplish a lot in. I just kind of want to slow it down and just chill or do you feel like no just. Let's just keep rolling constantly. I mean. I would assume that you guys feel the same way. You're always thinking like oh okay. Next year i'll i'll slow it down. You know but i the only reason. I think i'm able to continue doing this. This this way. I think is that i'm present with my kids and my wife and my marriage is incredibly important to me in that. Friendship is important to me so i you know i'm able to kind of get through you know but then blake and i don't do movies at the same time so she's ready to go back and do some salt. I'll step down and then we'll go back and forth as alternate yeah. She'll she'll do film. I'll just be with her on on location hanging with the kids so you you take you take the kids with you on location. Always always yeah. We never have been now. They're six four and one so they're they're in school so we can't really leave. Yeah start to change when your kids. My older kids are ten and twelve. And you yeah you start to say like you have to make decisions based on people know everywhere who have kids you make decisions based on what works for your family. Dad had that my dad had the same philosophy. Ronald's yeah wherever he away wait. No i'm kidding. We you guys have jason or you have two kids. Will you have three three so you have three boys sound. You've one dog one. Yeah i did you guys ever. I mean i don't i never imagined have three three will three. That's on the. That's three boys but i have ten twelve ten and one my youngest just turned one. And yeah it's You know it changes everything because everything is dick. Everything starts there. That's your baseline. So it's what works for the kids. It's everything is where you live. What you do what jobs you take. What when you take holidays. It's all geared around at how different is three from to the jump from two to three. I just like i was researching. Like a torch vasectomy after the third. Yeah there must be a way to stop all. I know a way to stop this. No i've i've thought about without getting. Yeah yes i've also had that same thought But then i also think like why. Who am i deprived the world Careful of more of just hear me out. You guys look this. This shit is no fucking fluke. Yeah look so why would i. Why would i but it is. I do think that sometimes when when somebody i love and admire doesn't ever have kids i think. Oh does this. Amazing jeans aren't yeah. Well thank you down. Let me tell you something though. Thank you the welcome. I think that the reason why one of the reasons why i don't have kids is because of some of these conversations that i've always been around which is like so tired kids figure it out and so growing up. Well maybe there's something to that. Maybe it is true. The first year is garbage. Okay everybody here's years is tough but i gotta say that there's never a moment. We genuinely regretting it. Never i mean no. I can't imagine not. I can't remember not having kids now. Right i do. I will say. I will say as a man who's fifty one and had a child at fifty. I was like hey guy what the fuck doing are you stupid and And we're out. You were out of the game yourself back in there and guess what you're chess. He's not hold up. Say that word you know. I said this ryan before on the on the packets. But i read this quote a long time ago from this woman who said i'd rather regret not having kids than have them in. Regret it later. And that was kind of my philosophy to consider the source. Who the fuck where she. It's my mom. You hate sean. No i know we've talked about it before a few times and you through thrown that quote in my face to make me feel bad but now no. I've always wanted to want them when. When's the last time you and scotty talked about it. I mean i'm probably like listening here again. Just just take it up the flagpole again today over lunch or something awesome. I know they come on. I wanna make sure that. I want be there for them like my dad wasn't right so no i know. I know i would be like a great dad. I just make sure that. I'm ready as somebody who's been friends with you for twenty years. I know that you would be so good at it you greatly. Oh my god sean. They'll take one of yours all. Take the kit sean. Listen if it doesn't if you don't like it. I'll take the kid 'cause i always want. Oh this is a great deal. I like the way like ricki. Ricki drew is always saying that you know there. Is that sort of pressure from people to like why. Why is the ultimate thing knocked to have kids in his things like. Maybe that's just not for us. We want we don't let this totally totally valid hundred percent. You do get a great tax. Write off if you have a kid ryan we have. We have really. We really monopolized your time and you got on hold on. I'm not ready yet. Not ready out okay. Skew each one thing because you guys are all people that i- lesser and greater extents. Think less of now. I love you guys so much. I love your work. Like what is your most fulfilling job that you've ever had one that you look back on. It doesn't have to be in show-bizzy. I the most fulfilling job i've ever had probably will and grace. Of course i mean. I have to be the biggest job i've ever had to but bird in flight on Speaking of anxiety. A lot of people thought you know. I came in like a ferret on cocaine. All the time has that character. And i think it's because it's because of my anxiety because like oh you're so funny of so much energy because they have so much anxiety and into the character day you like burst through that door on the second literally. See you bursting through that door on that saturday. It's just it was. I just said i mean it's like seeing a bird in flight thinking. That guys meant to do this. Yes i was my answer your question. Thank you for asking is very kind. Yes probably that job and has to be the biggest one but also just because of the unseal are- effect it's had on the world which was not. Nobody could see that coming. It was just incredible byproduct of what we were doing. So that's amazing to'sign Would say i don't know i'm i'm a. I'm really deeply deeply deeply in love with directing Right now and so. I would say the first film directed bad. Words was properly really exciting for me. The shot by. Ken sang one. Funniest charming fucking movies.
"ryan o" Discussed on SmartLess
"Amazing best songwriters ever. Yeah that's great. Yeah they they wrote the songs for real singers. That's the problem you how how. How do you think it's going. You're you're you're you're camp are you. Do you wanna fire yourself yet or not. Oh i would definitely. But i would find myself from almost anything particularly fatherhood. Not true so ryan. What would what would. What would our listener be. Surprised to learn that you do when you are not Being a philanthropic or a key member of the entertainment industry. What what do you do to unlike mcelhinney me and and and will we play a lot of golf. Did you do any of the golfing or not. What are you what are you. What do you do to to be an idiot. I envied golf because it sounds so meditative. Just walk know. I will typically like. When i'm in new york when i'm at home i go. Algae like crazy walks like. I'll go for four hours if i can. Have you ever watched all the way around the island of manhattan. No never that long. I'll go like from downtown to like the tip of central park. Which is yeah takes like are you new york now. Oh i don't know you live east coasters. I love that you guys are east coast. I'm in paul bunyan's asshole this awake. Have i seen this house. No you move the no. I don't think you've been here now. No they had to change numbers and addresses. Sorry jason you. Don't even know how many kids he has. Why do you think he'd have you at the house. Who's this one. This was the third for like just like emergency harvestable oregon's or did you want to blink and goes angel angel wings. Who this and she's like. Don't call me fucking angel wings. Did this third one gives you more favorable tax bracket is that is that is that amandas named you go with you guys. Do you guys have like a like is she. Is she boo we. I don't. I don't think i've called her. The same thing twice in twenty years. I my kids. The same thing that drives though i guess you know it's so funny. I for with. Scotty mazuz scotty. I think it's so awkward on sitcoms when characters call the other character by over and over again so because nobody does that in life. So i do scotty. I would say scotty. Do you want to grab him to eat tonight. Scottie scottie. i don't know because it's so. Unnatural is bust. My balls about this because i can never just say. I did a movie this last year with dwayne johnson. But i always say dwayne the rock johnson. I mean literally like the sun rises and sets. Before i can make it to the end of his full name johnson. I'm doing the dwayne. The rock josh. She's like i understand. you can go with. Dj the rock. The but people in boston. You're not a matter of fact. Will we were over there. We out in dedham will and we'll see the other guy and you're like i stopped using my name so much. Let's go through things that we need that people say like we'll pet pc ready. Because i got to know that one loaded okay. I can't imagine you're watching fucking hockey these days. Okay and i'm so and not just hockey. But all sports announcers stop saying without a doubt or without question thing constantly causing well without question there you know the leaves are not you know fighting through the neutral zone without question without question. I don't know. I think it's very common. People will start to say something and they'll just throw in the confirmational right in the middle of the so when you're walking down the street right you're you're thinking about how nice it is right. And right is getting very overused. The one the one that just cripples me though is is is guy. Hey guy but we did that. For a year as jason idea and we used to in a few episodes of arrested development where we'll turn to each other and we go. Yeah hey guy. I've heard you just say. Hey that jason in a in a comedy context because i love it because it's like you may as well just say like. Hey peanuts hooked up to a town generic. Did you ever see where jason what's that movie you did in the desert with peter bergen. Everybody kingdom kingdom. Jason has a role in kingdom in one of my favorite line readings of all time there. Speeding through the desert. And i remember seeing this in the theater with kaczynski and you're speeding through the desert and the guys go way too fast and jaising goes hey driver or late. My character anxiety does he doesn't like the speed at throwaways though that like the. What's the what's the one that kills. There's one that just fucking kills me. It'll come to me. And it's i did change guida gang recently again even. If it's a single person we're gonna we're gonna guns. Hot is the one. I still use the change when you when leslie and it passes a little gas in the bed and jason. Who's now me today. But he goes. Hey you're gonna come at me guns hot shawn levy says it. We all say it all. I mean literally all the time. I got to see that movie again. I really liked that. I feel like. I've not seen it since we saw it in. Like in la kenyatta or something. I only saw the once. You work on something for months and then you just see at one time. What do you hate people say. What's your shaw circle back. I hate circle circle circle back circle back. Hey let us discuss. And we're going to circle back or touch base or per my previous email. Each didn't fuck and get back to you. Why don't you do that with me on your tax permit. Previous anticipation of our conversation included dictated but not read. that's inside baseball. And now a word from our sponsor smartness is sponsored by. Think out at think they believe great tasting nutritious. Snacks are always a good idea. They packed their products with thoughtfully delicious. Ingredients to help fuel your day because when you give your body what. It needs along with the healthy active lifestyle. It gives you the strength to help you do the things that you love. Think stands for strong everything you do. 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"ryan o" Discussed on SmartLess
"House but nobody was looking almost food fights. I mean some of the people. I worked with in safeway dizzy. Graveyard shift to safeway at twenty fifth and oak. They know who their some of the funniest human being. Yeah i've ever been around some big laughs. I bet you some huge. I'm not joking. Are you still friends with your co workers there. I don't keep in touch with men friends a lot of people to high school with but like that was an odd. Because we only cy each other in the in the pitch black midnight hours so all coke up and stacking out. god agudat. Are you really still friends with Even if you're friends with five friends from high school. I i admire that. I wish i was better at that. I'm still in touch with my high school girlfriend who's now married with three kids in touch with one of my best friends. Peters or urbino knows that. I went to school with my whole life since little league. Basically known them ryan ryan. This is beyond. 'cause she won't hear this high school girlfriend. How hard is she kicking yourself. Right now i mean. Do you think it's i think she married surgeon. She's all right. Oh she made okay. Herself is a prolific educator. She's doing really well she's really doesn't surge back on them like you do my god. Yes that guy had size like earl campbell. I mean it was just an absolute shredder on the football field dealer. You know he did not know. We're together in tenth grade and broke up in eleventh grade and they get together after relationships run hot and ten for do. I was too busy working with dennis france when you when you got here like tell us because i i love little origin stories like from actors. Because i did the same thing. I just got my car. I've never even been here before. You never driven a car. Yeah on what kind of car did you rock out here from Rolla toyota corolla. And let me tell you something really quick story. When i got the pilot of will and grace they had kickoff dinner. And i drove my corolla and the only place you could park. It was developed at this restaurant and i was so embarrassed because window was out the hubcap missing all that was disgusting attempts everywhere and and i made sure i got there before everybody else. I went and had dinner with with the cast of will and grace and jimmy boroughs and everybody and i'm so embarrassed didn't want them to see me get when i got out and so i left early guys gotta go poorly by i got up to the valet for my car and one by one is taking forever one by one everybody else comes out. We're all standing in a line on my fucking car pulls up. I one and i go. What did you do to my car or run wasn't a corolla corolla shown. How quickly will you try to pull off your coexist bumper. I drove a similar Sensible sedan for years. Even after i had a tv show. I remember i kept my little nissan. Sentra was just covered in rust. The hubka same thing it was it wasn't even a it was just like millions of wasps fucking like this car was like danger to to just moved it with your feet like fred flintstone so ryan so you move your and you had to show you the sort of like a waie show For a few years that was that your first adult for you and then and then so move here and then you get two guys a girl originally known as two guys that girl and a pizza place that and they dropped the pizza place. Great show great show great show and i remember seeing you on that show. I remember auditioning for that show. I remember how i did you really. Yeah i think i did it. Yeah i think we did. I forget how many seasons rhino tell you. Think four and a half seasons but ryan. I remember how and this is no joke. How funny you were. It was undeniable. You're you're such a funny. I watch that. Show all the time i thought you were. Timing is like a swiss watch is his timing is impeccable a surgeon. Here's what i want to know right. And the reason i bring this up is because you've gone on you've had i think super interesting career and i think that you've you've always no matter what you're always good in everything you do and everybody does things that sometimes they don't you know you remember somebody describing a movie a bad movie. You're like well. I thought we were going over here. Oh we're going over here. There are certain things that are out of your control. What you can control is. You're always really really good. And i always thought you were super funny for like baiming said. Your timing is incredible i feel like you are depriving the world of more. Just pure comedy. I love seeing you in the action stuff. I love seeing you kick ass and you do bring humor to those parts but fuck man. You could absolutely crush pure comedy. I think you're so fucking funny. He's going with this please. Do another sitcom is where the question i would love to do. Another sitcom best job. I've ever had my life. He really is the greatest job in the world. Absolutist unreasonable hours live audience. You know fun. You get to the reason. I moved answer sean. Because of you in los angeles was to join the groundlings which is the eighteen year old moron. I thought i could just show up there. And they would put me on the stage. And the groundlings is second. City improv troupe. Yeah where saturday night live. Are you telling that to right. He moved here to go against explaining it to him. Did you get into groundlings. No they would like of course not enough money to sit in the class. I need to make some dough. So you're so you're in the classic groundlings. How you what's your day job. Did you go to albertsons. and vaughn's and say hey. I got a pretty good tenure. Pretty well these guys. I know how to work a manual forklift like no. I know how to close a wound with crazy flu else. Did you What what was your first Day job out here. I had no job. Because i had no work permit so i couldn't just walk into a anyplace in will knows this. He can't just walk you. You need to workout. So actually i got an. I went looking for an agent to see if i could get sent out on a couple of editions. And maybe that way they would sponsor me. And that's when you in wolf to well. That's exactly what i meant. Teen wolf to come on. That was just been rejected from the groundlings and the next day i met you and then when i met jason held got hit on by a weirdo he saw the look of pure unadulterated panic in my face and he asked whoever was that management company. My number and left me a voice. Mrs back when you had answering machines. He left me an answering machine message. Just saying hey if you ever need anything. Here's my number are you serious is actually arrested for that. Nowadays that is a random act of kindness. Known this guy for a long time and this is something he does though. He doesn't like to admit it or talk about it. But jason bateman is got a wake of decades of random acts of kind on on. Here's a squishy center to him in in ryan. I told this was a couple months. Go sean where would. I hurt my back. Jason showed up with like stuff for my came to the house. Yes and i just showed up unannounced. And he's got like stuff for my back and all this and very very sweet. So that doesn't surprise me. Does freak me out a little show when i said but but the deal is i need to apply it i. I'd like to ask twenty-five things aching on me right now and wrong with my body and jason sent over near sporran well and a bill an invoice. How is your shoulder sean. I heard you have a rotten shoulder. Do how do you know that i listened to the podcast. Yeah i have a bad show up. Respond to batman's text.
"ryan o" Discussed on SmartLess
"Go ahead. John i was just gonna ask you so you listen to talion rap. Sure that's that's like a real thing. Y- listened to italian rap. I listen to french rap while because you've got an interstate. You can understand french pattern. Thank you speak italian. I don't speak italian. i wish i did. so why. what's the draw. The draw is about lifestyle well hip hop no matter where it is about. A lifestyle sean. So cool it and tell by the way you look that you're really you understand that. Put it this way you you see on a scooter in downtown naples rolling with my crew. Can i ask you on. His question asked me anything. You want my hair my hat. I always wear a hat and it was about me. How would include. When i look with the neck tattoo i to me no lower than you look now no different. We're rolling sorry. Sorry that was a long walk. I guess so from one wing to the other. We're rolling. We're rolling right now. You're you're on the show. Yeah you're a little late jason. We'll do you ever wear like long-sleeve shirt you're always in a in a t-shirt always every twelve minutes. Climate controlled house. Do not have climate. What's going on you just the elements we can be in a world with You know thoreau could be the third leg on this on this tripod and we have to deal with no sleeves at all. So can you imagine jayson are you. Are you having a coffee. Is that what you're beverages. Yeah and i think it's a little late for the coffee i get. I get more irritable than usual later. I drink coffee. But i'm going try and it's late right now. I know i get all sweaty. Well we have a guest here. Wait a second. we're rolling. You know we gotta guest you guys. Our guest is so. I don't know it's tough to describe our guest because this person does so many things Our guests started On a show that might be close to your heart. I i'm not sure show called hillside. force lose. Hillside blue's four season on hillside. I think in this country it was called fifteen. It's one of those shows that had different names in different countries But american person. Well this person is a person. You is not an american person. This is a person who lives in america but this is a person who well strangely enough comes from. Just north of the border where i'm from. Oh so it's one of three people so this is a this. Is this person's an entrepreneur. Oh this person is a Is a visionary on boy is a business visionary. he's got his hands in in mobile phones. He's got his hands in the booze industry. She's now got his hands in welsh football. This is a guy. Oh for america reynolds and this is your body my can. I hadn't even gun to his looks yet. He is to remind guests hours leaves today. Guys not ryan in week. One of this cova baby. We call smart less. I think i sent you a texas said. Listen i know you love to do podcast. So we're happy to accommodate you. When it was it was a sarcastic. Sort of passive aggressive pitched never heard back from you the fucking pandemic bateman but battening down the hatches response appropriateness. By the way. I still hung up on hillside blues. Picturing me and a couple of angsty. Teenagers going to puberty together. But don't skirt the issue here. So i get no. I don't even get a no. I get no response but you say yes our net you and i are sworn close off fucking will in you. Let me let me s- let me reset the table every set the table. Quick at better pri- back up. You guys just wait. I have never been in a room. Virtual or otherwise with three peoples is going to hurt who of it. Many points in my life caused me to follow over weeping with laughter This is one of the moment got time. That is very nice. Have made a adult diaper requisite wardrobe for know truly let them finish was the first person when i moved to los angeles. That was kind to me that i found that was kind. I was eighteen years old. And i had just us. Just hairless freshly waxed eyebrows were exquisite And got to los angeles ended up in this manager's office that would never in a million years take me but in walks jason bateman and just out of nowhere. Asked me where. I'm from what i'm doing here. I think i said hey friend started with. Hey fran could see my soul visibly exiting my body. He always talks to wondering teens. I it really is the hallmark of a truly dynamic predator hairless vulnerable innocent looking friend coming. What brings you to the off. A ride he did not drive a panel van. Nor did he offer me any kind to so behmen spoke to you and you knew him at that point from all his teammates jason. Bateman ryan ryan. Did you move out here. Cold did you. Did you have a reason to move out or did you just move out to be an was coming off. Hillside otherwise known as v hillside blue. What is hillside. He in lawrence. Pressman smashing it together Just thrown out all that go deep cuts on the on the listen ryan. You remember the first time we met. I remember very well. The first time we met in person. Do you remember start to nod politely or was that it was at a gym in equinox in santa monica. Thank you for knoxville. santa monica. Yeah and you know what my thought was. I was in there. Just i was moving some and obviously i'm no stranger to jam them. We don't need to get into your shut. The hell out so i mean there and i'm feeling i'm feeling good about myself area and old brian reynolds as as dax likes to call him to his face. Which always makes me laugh. Because it's just not funny. And i do Rank comes in. And i'm like this. Motherfucker is so handsome. And he's so strong and i look i. I like pretty quickly. I'm going to put these twenties down. And i'm just gonna he actually only an ankle weights nothing but ankle but right. What about my question did you did you move to. La to be my question. Did you actually move because you had an offer for something or did you move to start a career here. No i was working at safeway. Grocery store at the time in vancouver. I didn't even quit i just. I just laughed when on break. I'd gone to college. Not making this up for forty five minutes. I walked in. And i just went. No and i went right back. Pulled one more all night shift at safeway and then the next day just got in my car and drove to department you check out or were you. Box boy no it. I did train as a cashier. But i was actually stocking shelves midnight to eight shift. Yeah facing out all the grosso so everything is perfectly flat. Make it you ever like just open a box of cereal and just house but nobody was looking almost the times food fights. I mean some of the people. I work with in it. Safeway busy graveyard shift to safeway at twenty fifth and oak. They know who their some of the funniest human being ever been around some big laughs. I bet you some huge. I'm not joking hot. Are you still friends with your coworkers. There i don't keep in touch with men friends a lot of people to high school with but like that was an odd because we only cite each other in the in the pitch black midnight hours so all up and stacking out god agudat. Are you really still friends with Even if you're friends with five friends from high school. I i.
"ryan o" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we are live. What's up everybody on lincoln and youtube. We're live for another live recording of the parts. Podcast on join for a special guest today. Out of colorado ryan welcome to the show. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for having kevin. So let's jump right into it. Tell us a little bit about yourself. A little personal..
"ryan o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene one apple take one scene. Run apple take too high today really a privilege to have ryan for your on and he is with monsters aliens robots in zombies or mars not the planet but the company true short. Great to talk to you about your work Ryan it's amazing stuff you doing. It's great to be here. thank you very much. I been enjoying wanda vision. And my wife. And i were watching the first episode. We were kind of scratching our heads from a visual standpoint. I do know watching the behind. The scenes that his makeup was actually blue than the usual purple When he went to black and white yes. When you go from you know i was. Do they photograph it and color and you guys take the color out kind of thing. Yeah so the whole the whole show is filmed in color and there. There's we put on a lot. Basically there's there's a color look up which is It's a lot that goes on top of the footage after it goes to the i. But all of our work is done in color But we do see the you know the initial Color correction they're going to put on top they send us that They go and tweak afterwards before they finally off the aso we work everything in colorado so we were looking at the blue but then we were fighting for the black and white Just to see how that was looking because in a mixture everything was looking the same. Is that a one snap Take a while to get to the black and white. I know let's super-quick super-quick so that's almost like filter. That goes on top of the footage. Okay almost like a filter. That would like your standard instagram filter. Its color correcting it in one step but like i said afterwards they go in they find they find tuna on their end before goes to the future and you also did the transition.
"ryan o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Now another addition of tony tomato. On cy cy talk. This is katie sack off. You're listening co creators of out. At what am i promoting do all right okay. Or any three new. What this is. Mike dougherty and the fisher. We're the co creators brown coach redemption. And you're listening to us by jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and another. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on sci-fi talk. Hello i'm rodney mckay. David hewlett hip. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today really appropriate to have ryan for your he is with monsters aliens robots zombies or mars not the planet but the company for short. Great to talk to you about your work ryan. It's amazing stuff you've doing. It's great to be here. Thank you very much. I've been enjoying wanda vision. And my wife. And i were watching the first episode. We're kind of scratching our heads from a visual standpoint. I do know watching the behind the that. His makeup was actually blue rather than usual purple when he went to black and white. When you grow from you know. I was photographing in color. And you guys can come out kind of thing. Yeah so the whole the whole show is filmed in color. And there. there's a we put on biscuit there's a there's a color look up. Which is it's it's it's a lot that goes on top of the footage after it goes to deny all of our work is done in color But we do see the you know the initial color correction that they're going to put on top they send us that They go and tweak it afterwards before they finally off the aso. We work everything in colorado. So we were looking at the blue but then we were finder. The black and white Just to see how that was looking. Because we're gonna make sure everything was looking the same. Is that a one step process nash. Or does it take a while to get to the black and white. I know that's super-quick super-quick. So that's it's almost like a filter that goes on top of the footage..
"ryan o" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"At air iwa and b f but follow my personal count at allison resin. Okay i'm very very excited to welcome our guest today. He was on the show back in two thousand fourteen. He is a podcast or he's a comedian. You know him from the very successful podcast. The honeydew which explores people's lowlights also before that the crab feast and he has two albums very funny available. You can go get them now. It is above ground pool and get a hold of yourself please. Welcome back to the show ryan stickler right. Thank you for. Clapping me. And i appreciate. Did you know that there's a whole small audience here. I think you did your best friends. I also wanna say approp- to bring me in right after the ship talk but i think you got your new onlyfans. He hanged vans. You should just let people watch your. I know what you're getting at. They weren't there watching you shit. They're watching what happens inside view shit. I'm guessing in another room is what i'm thinking. Yeah i actually watching you know. I think they're they've basically put die in your body so that they can watch the on the path that the ship cakes to make sure that it stays on course and doesn't veer off course i'll bet you if you and i just took hoops that were just done digitally watched we would make more money than we've ever made tire fucking why. Why aren't we doing this. I'm hatred on my patrons deserve my poops. What do you. What do you colloquially call a duty like growing up what did you call it just shit or number two number two okay in my house. We called it. Huey dewey address it up my parents you know nowadays and you know remind me. Your daughter is seven nells six okay so nowadays. There's an emphasis on calling everything by the proper terms like including the body parts but my parents and my dad is a doctor. Definitely had cute cutesy names for everything. And i think maybe that's more what was done But yeah it was really we had this. Is i'm from maryland which is a touch southern but We call my parents growing up called p. Goatee tt yet. I've heard people from the south. Say that they've they grow up with that as teeth. Goatee you gotta go. T t do you ever find yourself slipping into that hell. No i've slipped in the more p using the term t t. I'm embarrassed to after everything. I've said it surprising that following embarrasses me. But i'm embarrassed to tell you what urine was called in my family because it makes it's so ridiculous what is it. The book into pillowy was pissy.
"ryan o" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"With individuals who think differently than you do you are not going to be successful so it's understanding each other respecting each other bringing people to the table making sure that everyone's voices are heard equally. We don't need to have a hierarchy comes to moving systems forward. Yeah we have a boss and somebody will make the final decision absolutely but let's make well informed decisions by everybody on the team. That's so god. And i feel like i mean. There's so many things in there that you just said i'm like oh my honor syndrome. I want to dig into that further with it. But i'm like okay. Okay we could. This could be podcast. That was like two hours long. And it'd be amazing. But i maybe you'll have to be a recurring guest and maybe maybe interview some people together. That could be the. But i ryan. I appreciate you taking the time out. You know lisa. I would love to know as you do. The podcast unite had an opportunity to listen to a few yesterday. And they're amazing. And you've got some super awesome leaders that you've been talking with but i would be curious to know who else might not even intentionally but has a has an awareness of personality assessments or personality tools. And how they may use that or incorporate that into their leadership. Because i think could be super awesome to tap into to some more conversation about that. You know what. I one of the areas that i feel like you and i could talk about too is just like so. We've done the disk assessment in our organization and it's fantastic and you know our chief has been Good enough to recognize that. It can't be a one and done and so we have had everyone in the organization take it. We've continued to like make it relevant. But you definitely have to be intentional about it. And so i had like love to talk to people about like. How do you make sure that that becomes something. That's useful and not just like a. I learned about it and now it's my back pocket. Yeah know it's funny. Because when i'm interacting with people especially some colleagues You know when. I when i do my weekend teaching for for the community college I can. I can find people like that person's a blue or you because the real colors. It's four colors. And i think that person is definitely a green like i can kind of start picking people and i might not be one hundred percent accurate but i can. I can find pieces of individuals that relate to personality styles. I understand and then. I can decide how i communicate with that person and having an awareness to do that is so.
"ryan o" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"We have ryan page ryan as ryan. I know in the show. We have known each other for twenty years and so ryan shares with us her journey on the social services side as she Started in an environment where they were helpers in her family all the way to where she is now if for department of human services and her policy work so she talks a lot about change within an organization she shares her growth journey. She shares a lot of wisdom and insight about not just career change in development and growth but also her personal career or her personal story of chain growth and development. This is an episode. You will not want to miss. Here's a little bit more about ryan. She is the childcare regulatory program manager and team lead the childcare bureau. What the department of human services one of her main duties is to assess implement federal and state policy requirements for licensed childcare providers throughout the state. Ryan has a bachelor's degree in psychology from iowa state a masters in criminal justice from saint ambrose. She completed the certified public manager program from drake twenty eighteen. She has spent over fifteen years in social services and has worked for the department for twelve years and child welfare and child care services. She's a member of early childhood governance planning and administration committee the childhood iowa steering committee state childcare advisory committee and the iowa alliance strategic leadership team. Enjoy this next episode are right. Well i know i see a lot of times. I've got very special guests on the show but today it really really really really is a special guest on the show Ryan page ryan in ryan. I was thinking the other day has been twenty years. Now that we've known each other i was. I was thinking the same thing while i was out walking yesterday. It's it's right on the cusp. Yeah that seems unbelievable. That were that will that we would have been in college twenty years ago but here we are. And so i thought you'd be of antacid guest to have on the show. Because obviously i know a little bit about your career journey or a lot about your career journey and you seen where you started when we were in college and back. Then i remember you go into work with. Yes and you'll have to tell us a little bit about what that is and now senior work and how you advocate for policy and our policy change maker for the state has just been so incredible to watch this journey so share with those of us listening. Who may not be as familiar with you. What your career journey has been. Yeah so i honestly think i have to go all the way back To just growing up my family You know they they were like natural. Helpers you know i. I had two different friends that lived us for over six months I watched my parents become approved foster parents for a friend of mine And so i guess that kind of you'll something in me so You know..
"ryan o" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Tell me about one. That i'm sure raised a few eyebrows. And that's the women on display. Yeah that was early seventies. And i mean i took classes in feminism so i always tend to look at everything through a feminist viewpoint so on display tried to weigh the differences between feminism and attraction and sometimes they are in sync with each other and sometimes not some of the images show exploitation. Some of them just show Like a woman in advertising but basically it was exploring those things. And what is it. What's the reaction to this series. Ben depends on the one malibu. The beach shot. the bikini. Shot is probably those popular image. I've ever taken. It's the one on frames that got like you know. Two hundred views were usually average about forty or fifty and again this is a this is street photography jim because i'm not even looking through the camera at that and i don't think i could make a more perfect composition than that. I'm holding that camera over my head and pointing at where. I think i want it. Okay when you look at that. I don't think you can come up with a better composition than that. You didn't crop that to even it out just a little bit. There is not no no system ethic. I started with and i kept up with the only time i've crop is about making it an assemblage and i'm going to. I'm going to remind everyone. This is at ryan hers. Photo dot com up at the top there if you click on portfolios then you'll get one night at the issoire which is v. a. Are which is. Some of them are in women on display. But some are okay. Tell me tell me the story there. Well the ivar was the place in los angeles and again. I think this is early eighties. That had a camera night..
"ryan o" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Well did afternoon everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today i am talking to a member of the frames community ryan hers. Orion's work is all over our group. It is engaging it is provocative. It's the kind of work that you look at. And you're you're going to have a response to it. Personally i find it absolutely thrilling. An end fascinating ryan good afternoon. How're you doing pretty good. how are you. i'm doing great. You're out in santa monica california. Did tell me what you see out your window. What kind of day is it out there. It's pretty much seventy five degrees Another perfect Or another shitty day embarrass dice. All right well. I i envy you that here on the planes as it's gray and cold and snow ian winners coming in. You began your photography career when you were twelve years old and you came across an old range finder in a drawer. Tell me that story. Tell me how you got started in photography. Yeah i think actually it was more like it was about ten and i found an old contacts range finder in a drawer. Not being used. And i think it had been forgotten and somehow i latched onto it and i'm not quite sure how i learn to use it but i did and then a few years later there was a huge fire. One of those big california brushfires in my neighborhood. And i somehow got it together and took very poor pictures of the fire and the planes and i thought that was great in the photo bug was planted right then never left me. What what is it at age. Twelve or thirteen over that sent you out to photograph the fires versus. Just run away head you already been smitten a little bit by capturing images or what was the. What was the motivation there. I'm seventy three. That's a long time ago. There was always something about getting the images. I remembered i have one cute picture of me in my cub scout uniform with the context around my neck. My cub scout had turned backwards. So i don't know what pretended you were taking pictures. That bill was getting in the way where you go. that's right. we started the whole movement. There you go there you go. You also mentioned that. You took a two day seminar when you were in college with eugene smith that taught you as you claim the appreciation of the photo essay. Well okay i mean. Obviously we know what photographs are. What do you mean by the photo essay well especially with gene. Smith's work at life magazine. Was that former. You got to use eight or ten pictures. Basically to tell a story not a book nada along scale project but something you would go into for probably a few weeks and try and get eight or ten pictures. That convinced it all now. In his case obviously he was a master at it and obviously each composition was better than the last and medium and talking to him a little bit and observing him. Gave me a lot of input. Into what i want to do in the future and also what. The possible costs were because this is about nineteen seventy he had been fighting with various editors for basically his career and it was to the point then when he had recorded. I don't know how he'd recorded. But he ed recordings of his conversations with various editors and how they didn't understand what he was doing at the time and he actually broke into tears at one point in front of about thirty five forty people other points he was brilliant and other point see was certainly technically a master. So that was very insightful. I thought he was a rather troubled man at the time. And i had hopes for his future and lo and behold a year later he started minamata which obviously was a large-scale book project that was very very successful in lead to some of his best images. There's a good lesson. They're on both sides of success and working through the the struggle when people don't appreciate the kind of stuff that we're trying to get out there. I don't think that's unique to photography. I think musicians. I think writers. I think dancers all when they come up against a border are gonna meet resistance Border is is there because of some evolution of the form hasn't quite grown that direction. I bring that up. Because i am looking at your project called unseens which you subtitle street. Photography in the age of photoshop street photography is supposed to be the very real the documentary the untouched. And here you are really playing with that form so tell me about surrealism in street photography telling me about unseens. Where did it come from. What are you doing. Well in terms of surrealism. I've always considered myself and have a healthy dose of that. And i think a lot of the street photographers in france. Were surrealist their hearts. Certainly critize and man ray were surrealist and it was a thread that went through everything back then in paris at the time when everybody found the like and that was really the birth of the street. Photography movement my estimation anyway Unseens are a little different. They're not different than street photography in that they are not planned. They are not set up
"ryan o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Look it's here right. Everything's here right. Sometimes I see how a the baby is born. It was one thing and it's split into things and then we're looking at the universe where like what was probably one thing that split into two years it's split into a million things I'm interested in what the one thing is but sometimes when the world makes sense everything is so clear like of course God loves us. Look at how. Oh my gosh actually listening to Father Richard Talk as he puts language to so much of that Confusion where Mike even sometimes talking about it. I I don't have the right words. But hearing him speak is kind of like yeah. That's that's that's it. But a million times more articulate. He's living gift. Yes absolutely what. What are the you mentioned Adams Return? Yeah yeah and I really spoke over. You're saying can't reconcile a God that would want to just burn. No I think what in Heaven's obviously a tougher one to to talk about because of course we want that too and we don't want how so it's easier to dismiss the concept of hell but I really do feel like love exists. That in itself is is a miracle and I believe that came from a loving God and so actually a better way to say is. I've been trying this. They'll probably decade and it's really worked in in my faith as I'm sort of reconstructing or kind of pulling all the furniture out and put him back in concept I've been asking myself with every theological question or every faith or God. Odd question is does. Does this idea make God. Smaller doesn't make bigger and if it makes got smaller if it has to be wrong and I feel like that that has. That's that's done a lot in my in my heart I think for under just make it easier to put in your pocket for your egos concern probably got it I got God. Ah Yeah and I can explain them and what you got. Isn't God anything that sound right smart. You have done psychedelics. which you haven't but whenever you're there you go like? Yeah we're not even close as steeped in your people like even like people like Richard and all the greats when when it comes to words you're like anything in words is going to be wrong right Ritchie like these are sign posts and he says the Churches have just started worshiping signposts post's instead of realizing that the words are just pointing to someplace that you can't talk everything is pointing to someplace. That's the that's the thing that I keep feeling like the truly everything and good has to be pointing to. I mean it's another name for everything that goes back to that again. Richard Rohr says a better than I ever could But that's yeah it's been helpful to just be like if it is like you said if if I can fit into my pocket it's probably has no right. Yeah and or that would be so disappointing like if it was actually get it. It's not that great. He was a Christian guy and he was like God was old youtube video. I saw so what. The reason I mentioned was a Christian guy who kind of went in hard thinking. This guy's probably going to be an idiot. Because he looked like giving youth pastor eight ever had but he said something that I always talk with he was like any God that I can house in the four walls of my brain isn't God he's got it. It's like then you're completely fucked. He didn't say that but completely wrong. You're that's right. Yeah you need need to stay. Well that's Richie to humility and patience dim. Richard say something about facing humility once. A day is do you know what I'm talking about. Oh whoa and I keep I keep coming back to it every time something humiliating happens to like every day when good. This was my one humiliation. Today is a good one but it made me think of something that I say if I if I'm driving and I see somebody cuts me off. Yeah and then I catch my brain going like this isn't real but you go. It's a Bald Aldgate appalled guys. Cut me off like you see your brain doing that. Categorizing instantly sentiment. Because you're scared and you go like watch out for bald guys or whatever and we see see this in hate and all of its forms. You realize that you're running a program that's deepen your subconscious. You probably inherited it. You got it from where you're from from it being modeled to you whatever it was and also just got it from your nervous system your psychology. Whatever your genetic who knows and you can't because you can't will that away? Hey there are these things that you're doing that he always says Willpower Christianity. We want to push the rock up the up the hill and go I did it. I'm not anymore. I don't want to look at porn anymore. Or whatever it is and he's like you can't do it willpower. Christianity doesn't work. What he says is all you need is willingness me too so when I have that I say out loud I go? I'm willing. I'm willing not meaning like someone else do it but just like I can't do this. He's talking about like ninety. Five percent percent of our behavior is subconscious and it's conditioning. There's like you can't change it it's in there. It's like the ocean feet so he's like the best thing you can do. Humility and patience nations and willingness. And he thinks that's spirituality comes down to those things I that makes a lot of sense to me me too. It's what is the role that you love. Is there one that you go back to. Honestly I love hearing him in conversation. I I think I told you maybe earlier but hearing him on your podcast was a really meaningful like. I don't think I've ever recommended Ed. Hey podcast more than a while the first one and the second one I went both are great but yeah Just hearing and his his writing. Of course I'm reading the Universal Chris Reykdal that is the latest Yep and it's really it's magnificent for sure But it is every conversation overheard or yeah. Listen to his. PODCAST is amazing too. So you do the podcast where you hearing the conversations just A. He's a guest on a lot of different the plays and stuff. Yes exactly. I think rob's podcast is awesome. I'M ROB isn't enthusiasts goes in with like I love this that you wrote. Let's walk through it because there's nothing better than what you've already been. Let's talk about it and me as an achiever. I'm like can I get him to open up to me in some way I can unlock this part. But he does rich something. I've noticed that Richard does is. He just gives you what you're after. He's not it's yeah when when he first podcast he just said to me was like could you get it good like He. I think he identified media and this guy is after me. He's going to give it to him and the chase was off. He gave me the nugget and then we were just two people talking right. That's the goal of every which is so beautiful and that's I think what I appreciate about him and what he teaches. The Moses says he's not proving any like he's not trying to disprove or prove anything it's really is it's it's you can tell. He's put his years into this beautiful for mystery and he's come out with reverence. I mean it really has and you don't I mean I feel like there's a lot of a lot of teachings are a lot of speakers speakers that talk about similar concepts similar ideas and you almost always get the impression that they know. They're they're on the on the edge they're GONNA RUB. I know they're GONNA be a couple people wrong. They're gonNA this ideas pretty controversial like that. You can almost like wherever with Richard No. It doesn't care and read it and see. Don't take my right bad and I do feel like so. He's the type wine on and I think that even his gentleness and the way that he lovingly talks about God is actually more beautiful through the lens of a one on who can be a little bit more rigid and a little bit more. Yeah you know rule or strict or I said when I was like what do you think about reincarnation because I sort of have this feeling like like where could we go. Yeah we have this idea that we die and we go somewhere else and I'm sort of like it's all even if we go somewhere else you're still within the one consciousness purpose that makes sense if you go somewhere and you are then you are still a part of the one absolutely. There's nowhere else to go. This and I was like so that seems to favor. The idea of reincarnation. I'm not necessarily. There can be an ego trip in reincarnation like where could I go. I'm going to come back and I'll be bill this time. Maybe that's an nego chip but I was just like it seems to make sense like if we're all just water. The water goes in different capsules. And we just keep playing for eternity and that's a great idea. I I don't believe it personally but that's a wonderful that was like that's great. You think of one would be like. I don't think need to fix this. Let me so you've got some misinformation. Yeah Yeah let me help you with them. No and I do feel like if I mean my math on on it is I believe that love exists and therefore something loving created that and us and I I feel like we should be thinking through all of those questions and in a love in a beautiful way in like a meaningful like. I can't can't imagine a guy that doesn't want people to be people do and so much of what a lot of religious teaching is about is like don't be a person right. I really think that there's I mean there's some beautiful mystery there to write unpacking that you would say Jesus being fully the man. Everybody overlooks that. But he was like. That's the whole point the whole the whole message of Christianity Divinity and humanity a- COEN's coexist in the same thing you also made made me think about like this meditation. I do which is very simple. It's called what is it called. It's if you look up mu GMO Oj. I on Itin eighteen. He only has one audiobook. And it's like fifteen minutes long and it's just a meditation and it's really great. Oh is it called an invitation to freedom. That's what it's called. And basically this is a spoiler won't ruin the meditation but the spoiler is there a spoiler meditation twiss you're going to transcend these sort of walks oxy through this situation where he's like kind of walking in a scenario but the punchline is is nece can only be recognized recognized by business the idea that like consciousnesses everything and consciousness can only be recognized by consciousness so you our consciousness but he's saying God is consciousness or ultimate reality consciousness and the part of you that's recognizing consciousness itself is consciousness so you are conscious so you are everything but he doesn't really fun way and he's like what you're saying but it's true what else could notice knowing right except apt knowing like right it's on this pointing. Consciousness is the realization of your true self. That's the point. Yeah which is so beautiful. And when you read Richie. He's he's like yes. That's the whole point of Jesus is the divinity and humanity exists in all of us. Not What we've sort of turned it into which is that. Jesus was God God. He's the only one with the in dwelling spirit. No that's what the that's what that's what we're all running on that's plugged in the TV. You really are. And even though there's a billion Ryan's and there's a billion Pete's the consciousness doesn't go anywhere and that's where says when you just go like what I really am is what's noticing that I am..
"ryan o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Eaten. I've been so bad. Let's start with this. When you tour Ryan O'Neal Hi don't feel rushed? I mean like I mean like grew where I've been working. Yeah take a beat to reset sir. Beautiful that's what I do. We were talking about our babies. Sometimes when I'm holding her and I'm trying to get her to calm down the best thing to do is as I take deep breaths womb style and she comes down. Wouldn't you say that's amazing I. I've not successful at that. Well it's not like always work uh-huh it can't hurt like you being like isn't going to be awful. That's one hundred percent confirmed that that won't work. That doesn't work it's not so much that calming calming-down works as we know that being worked out doesn't help there's like a ten percent there. Yeah but that's like on the simpsons. I think about this all the time. Where Lisa tells homer this this rock repels tigers? Because there's tigers around so I could sell you this repelling tiger repelling rod and she's trying to illustrate that's type of logic. That doesn't really make sense. I I says I'll give you fifty dollars for the rock so there's a lot of that in life to start. I'm such a fan. I don't think we've talked about it many times on the show since I discovered you're just sleeping at last. They always WANNA say sleep. No more four which is a horror immersion experience in New York City. Yeah Yeah you don't know that it's not it's not like your record at all okay. Put on masks lead through haunted maze. Basically and it's unstable. Yeah and there's there's like nudity. There's like nudity actually went alone. I thought it would be really tricky and then I I didn't really. It's not that I didn't care for it. I don't think it was the right choice choice for me to go alone. That sounds like a unique choice for sure you ever have a day in a city and you're by yourself and you're like I'm I'm GonNa. I'm not gonNA stay in the hotel. I'm going to go to this weird thing and I went and then immediately I was like I should be in my hotel. See I wish. I wish I was like that because I I. I actually did this for a couple of hours this afternoon. where I'm like I'M GONNA go seek out amazing food? I'm going to do whatever I stayed in the hotel. But that's what we do wasted on like just because we have were afforded the possibility of going to the rock and Roll Hall of fame while you're in Cleveland. Yeah the artistic temperament seems to be like but it's probably best to save it up for the show right. I don't even know to be honest. Kate. My wife she tells me that the three that she isn't each are you so you think you're three. I think I'm a three. That's okay so for everybody. Ready List I should have reverted that you're three tell well we're not sure I. I'm pretty sure I've taken several times. Yeah I'll get into any agreements you're saying about your way. She has recognised. We've been together for coming up twenty years. We dated for ten years. And we've been married for for another ten older. You thirty six. So he's not real young holy Shit. Yeah Sixteen Sixteen. No kidding knew what was going on at sixteen ten years of dating so that's high schools. We pre car. That's we have pre car from me. She's a couple years older so she she had a car cruising you. Yeah that's right. That's the grand dam. Nonni some car in the car so she has known about me for the entire the entire entire hall. Here that we I just doing stuff. Yeah she's like. Do you want to never mind. You don't like doing stuff. Yeah sort of the the under so I would like to to do more stuff I would like to like hearing that you spent I want it I really are there times when you are more open to stuff I am. I would say the last couple of years. Actually yeah. I'm so yeah like I'm saying I'm showing up in different ways than I than I was before you went on. A on a zoomed out calendar scale. I just meant day to day. Because here's what I was thinking. There are times times when I coming home from a show on this weird schedule. which is what I started to tell you was? I've been on this weird like yeah. I don't start eating until two o'clock Clark and it's because I was on the road for three days and that's and that was enough to the pattern because I'm forty now and I feel like that's one of the ways that aid shows up up as your ability to switch gears. Yes now I'll be back to eight. AM and like. I'm completely fucked so I'm eating at like two thirty. That was the first that I ate right when you were coming in. I shoveled something and I had enough time to. Don't you're sweet what you're saying but when I am very tired whatever it is part of my brain that over analyzes things. That's the part that gets tired. I I started noticing with vow for like I'll come home. It's like okay so I was in Denver and Saturday night. The last show ended at like eleven or eleven thirty. And then I'm jazzed. If you're the same post post performance post show this is like a all of a sudden everything makes sense like. There's a tingling in your leg I don't know what that is. It goes real bad then. Then then it sends. It's a different tingle. It's either at Upper Downer. But it's coming for you either way like it's GonNa fight your world either way. Absolute shows great. So I was up and I was. It was great great but I wasn't able to sleep so I went to bed around three and then I had to get up at five. So that's not really sleep so you think that'd be bad then when I got home. I'm like replying emails males. Let's go to that new place and I'm like yeah. The part of me that is required to be really over analyzing over and stressed and the overthinking fun could go wrong tired I but then so this is a leading question. I'm wondering is it literally that you just don't like new things or do you have the type of brain that goes. Isn't it simpler to stay. It is simpler. It eliminates all the variables. Right there's so many anyways you're creating terrible. This is why writers are depressed and stuff like often like can struggle with depression. That right scenes and dialogues. It can be a dark place because it's our job to imagine a million ways things can go wrong right and sometimes to to really go there right like to go into that nightmare of all the things that could have gone. I wonder if there's like a you would know is. Is there also a relief by having to exploring that in storytelling. Yeah not actually. Yeah you do yeah. No it's a complete fantasy its power fantasy. I've realized what I'm going to put this back to you. What I like about performing and what I like about writing are both control addictions for me right is in like I'm in? Yeah I like this. This is a very controlled and very targeted one person. Who's very fun for me? But at a party I would like to be able to scrape and then that guy brings me those cheetos and then this person tells a great story and the like the actual show but actual parties with script and be like cheetos around eight thirty. That's what a play is play as a party that someone wrote it out and it it was like instead of just going around. Well you watch success like fully absolutely on the floor. Oh my God. Oh my God can I throw this at you. I don't even care if people are watching succession because it's almost over so so greg. Oh Yeah I was Greg Amazing decides to stay and forgo thing a big to stay the no spoilers dealers who very vague. And he's like he's like. Do you want to be with GRANDPA boring or uncle farm right. Correct what he says. And I'm like Uncle Fun when you meet this guy. He'd sausage on the floor. If I was in like I know people that work on the show. Yeah I plan on asking them if they bumped if anyone bumped on the idea that greg ah two episodes prior humiliated found in the guy called them on fund. Uncle I will say that show is so intentional. attentional I do feel like the of like evil in that dude is is really kind of amazing like when he turns on the kindness. You're it like yeah yeah totally. It's business and listen are filled with drunk dad's or borderline personality type that when they give you their love and their attention it makes up for all the boards on the floor. And we've right we've got it. That's so true. Yeah I was just thinking like litigious -Ly a AW Home Business Acumen could be something that detail area is six seven he and what is the his his main dude that he hangs out with Tom. You gotta eat the bird as well. They're my favorite thing on television at the moment. Yeah if only it was just me to watch that. Every time you put your show you go orig- character yet. Almost never almost never are real rich characters and this year like any one of these people if they were like next season's just just about Roman I'd break five. Yeah Okay I'm in. Yeah it's ever any of home guys show ever it's true because every every angle you look at that story like from the outsider looking in your kind of like nobody would sit through that kind of abuse but then you see that. They are smarter than that but they also hate themselves. That's great heart. It's really yeah but that is one of the things I think. One of the reasons why creative people can write. Good shows about politics and madman was about advertising but it's actually about show business my opinion like me too and I think succession has these. Echoes of show Biz. And I'm wondering what your experience there are. Times is when you have to because you are a working musician. There have been times in your career where you were like. I'm going to eat some boron the floor because because that's what's being commuter that's what crashing was. It was like look at all the bar on the floor. We all have to eat. I'm not special. I'm a fan of the show by the way thank you. We'll tell me about your your experiences a musician and the bore that you ate off the floor. There's a lot of 'em. Initially I started pretty young. I started fifteen fifteen years old maybe fourteen in Chicago in Chicago still from there and in order to play at the club that was nearby that I would go to all these shows at in order to actually play my music. They're like I had to clean their toilets for a car. You volunteer. That was the volunteering and they didn't make me but it was very much like you can help do this. And so that was my first and then I got my first show there. I'm like I earned. This is my age that you did that. I was grateful because one of the I say there's a bunch because I'm forty and I just love spiel ideas in March in March. Oh happy heavy. Half Year into it just goes yeah. I don't care I love being old. The idea there's no induction rights there's no like becoming especially for boys. It can be hard. I too have identity. So it's weird that I sort of agree with the old person idea that like having to lower your head had to get into something that you want to do this sort of mythic it kind of modern life. Oh absolutely weed and you're a celebrity and it's like I'm a big deal. Clean the Charlie. Several born the floor. Flirt there's a book. Richard Roars Adam. That's a first that is I I I love. I love me. We're sitting mixed. There's yes and Richard Rose. Do you know about initiation. Like mail. INITI- falling upward. No Adams Return Return. I read it a few years ago and it was about exactly that. How culturally all over the world? There's the the the idea of a male initiation just doesn't exist. It's not like we. We sort of women have get away from. You can't get away from exactly not to say that every woman out there needs to feel like they belong and may have an identity they just have a least there's a starting place someone even the worst parent not at the worst but even a not that great parent when menstruation happens. They know they go like you are a woman right. This is what's happening. You can make a baby now to. Hopefully it breaks my heart to think that there's I'm sure millions of people that don't even get that absolutely but most people I'd like to think a majority of people at least have some induction into womanhood because of you've got your body works men don't have and remember thinking like a wet dream. I'm not even trying to be funny. I was like that's when I'll be a man and sleeping on my stomach and reading the initiation happens you look different. Yeah sometimes several times a day you gotta get in there. I'll say oh no is return is it's all about that and I thought it was interesting that his point was that basically child like having having a kid is most of the time the first like death breath to self in terms of your time and.