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"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Who thought I was illuminating racism by wearing blackface. I mean, good grief. That is some real liberal bubble. We know it's wrong, so we can do it. So that was Sarah Silverman on her series. I love you, America. Sarah, when did you have that realization that some of the things you did, you wanted to kind of retract that you thought looking back on it, that they were wrong? I think as I was growing and changing and seeing more of the black experience through black voices and, you know, I haven't gotten into trouble. I nobody had exposed it at that point. I exposed it myself. And it was something that I think is important to do because I want to be able to prove to myself and show to others that you can't change your past, but you can be changed by your past. And even at that time, I thought I was being subversive and making the point, but it certainly doesn't hold up in any way. And what I was able to learn from it, I was able to use in what I was doing in that moment. I mean, listen, even just in comedy, you have to change with the times and grow, or else you become a caricature of yourself or just a signifier of a time. And not only is that no way to create art or be a comedian, but it's no way to live. And I just think it's got to be okay to mess up in life and to acknowledge it and notice it and be changed by it. First of all, I want to say, I thought the Sarah Silverman program was really funny, ditto with Jesus magic, which was a comic film that you did of your show. And I thought that kind of jiu-jitsu comedy that you did was really funny when you played a white liberal but also mocked that person for not really getting it. It was this kind of like double layer. And I remember in one of my intros because you've been on our show several times. And one of the intros I said, if you hear Sarah Silverman's comedy, you might think that she's racist or sexist, but if you listen closely, you'll realize, no, she's mocking that. She's mocking people who are racist. She's mocking people who are sexist. And I had always thought that that was really successful that you did that in a very successful way. So I was really interested in hearing that you didn't think, you know, in retrospect, you don't think that it was successful. I think it was successful. I got successful from it, you know? So that's how I know it was successful, but in that time, it worked. I mean, listen, all that stuff had to go through several filters, which were also probably white people, you know? But it was on the air, and so it's really just looking at it through the scope of the moment that makes me cringe, but I've also always felt like if you don't look at what you did in the past and cringe, you haven't grown much, you know? Well, I really appreciate that you are so reflective about your own comedy. Can I ask you for an example of something that you were referring to from your early years where you were saying something because you meant the opposite, but it could be taken out of context and people would think you really mean it. I don't see color to me, everybody's white. That is really funny. Do you still feel good about that? Yes..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That's car selling, reimagined, at CarMax. Let's get back to my interview with comic, actor, and writer, Sarah Silverman. Her 2010 memoir, the bed wetter about the most humiliating part of her childhood, wetting the bed every night, has been adapted into a new off Broadway musical. Sarah Silverman starred in her shows the Sarah Silverman program and I love you America and was featured in the series masters of sex. Well, you've reflected on your comedy from the past. And you have mixed feelings about some of it. Some of the things, some of the comedy you've done in the past, you feel bad about now. You feel like you didn't quite get it that you made assumptions about the kind of comedy you could do as a white liberal, but maybe you made the wrong assumptions in that you were just living in a bubble, but I want to play something that you said on your series I love you, America. And this was a monologue on your show. And you were talking about blind spots that you had when you were making jokes. And particularly apologized for having worn black face on one of the episodes of the Sarah Silverman program, which was your Comedy Central sitcom, in which your character was named Sarah, and your character was always like saying and doing the wrong things. So let's play that excerpt from I love you America. As a white person, I have only had to see the world through the lens of the white experience. People of color, in addition to their own perspective, have had to see the world through the lens of white people, their whole lives in order to survive, to get jobs, to succeed, to exist. I've never had to see the world through the black experience, though as a liberal, I was sure that I had. There was an episode of my old show, the Sarah Silverman program that..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I feel like it's indicative of this move we've made as a society where we expect more from our comedians than our representatives. Oh, that's an interesting way of putting it. I'm sure the representatives are getting all kinds of death threats. Sure, but so do comics. Oh, that's true. Yeah, that's right. But it wasn't always that way. Was it? Were comics getting death threats when you started in comedy? No. But before that, I'm sure, I think Lenny Bruce probably did. But there was also less there wasn't certainly there was not social media and there wasn't, it was just like letters or maybe phone calls so you don't really understand the scope. Of insane people, you know? Comedians draw a certain pathology that where people think they know you. And so I think it's all been kind of compounded lately. Where you can find something a comedian said publicly 12 years ago and kind of litigate that on social media when we've all been growing and changing and learning and understanding the people around us more in large part due to social media and having a further reach and making the world smaller in that way. Let's take a short break here and then we could talk some more if you're just joining us, my guest is comic actor and writer Sarah Silverman and her 2010 memoir, the bed wetter is now adapted into an off Broadway musical..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I'm still as confused as ever. One is the defining, the magazine vat. Or non defining a magazine, which you know with that in which I always say to myself, should I struggle again to figure out what the difference is between the two, or should I give up and figure most people don't really care anyways? What advice would you have for me on that? I think you're right. I don't stop and think about it. I just put down what, I mean, part of my part of my mind does this anyway, usually gets it right. And I don't stop and say, is this the correct form? And the big thing is to look at what you've written and to when it's done, and to see if it's any good and to also think about how it sounds. I think a lot about how writing sounds. You can have a perfect sentence that sounds terrible in the end. If you almost say it to yourself as you're closing in at the end, you'll probably get it right. I still had it, John Updike, and this is what he does. He corrects over and over. And he corrects on page proofs the last day, things are going in. He will rewrite and rewrite. And he'll say on the fundamentals. How does that sound? How does that sound to you, roger? And I do the same thing to myself. How does that sound? Writing is meant to be heard as well as looked at. My interview with roger angel was recorded in 2001, he died last week at the age of a 101. Tomorrow on fresh air, my guest will be poet Diana gatch, her new memoir, this body I wore, is about transitioning to living as a woman when she was in her late 40s. While also talk about what it was like to grow up trans in a time when she didn't have the language literature or subculture to help her understand what it meant to be trans. I hope you'll join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our technical director and engineer is Audrey bentham. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy salit, Phyllis Myers, Sam briger, Lauren krenzel, Heidi Simon, Theresa Madden, and rebel denial, if they are chaloner, Seth Kelly, angel Wolfram, our digital media producer, is Molly CV nesper. Roberta shorrock directs the show, I'm Terry gross..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I'll be upstairs and I do the stuff I like to do. I like to spend time alone. I like to be speak out loud, talk to myself, I have a process that I never I didn't understand that I could value. You know, even if it's just like hanging out, taking a bath, singing out loud, singing in the shower talking out loud, you know, just doing things that really are like what I've learned are important to my process as someone who makes stuff and writes stuff. So part of your memoir, the bed wetter, which is now an off Broadway play. Was about depression. And how your mother was so depressed during some of your childhood that she stayed in bed as I think she does in the show. And then you've been on antidepressants that have really been helpful. But in 2016, you had an abscess on your windpipe and had to have emergency surgery. And you were taking off your antidepressants, I'm not sure why if that was a mistake or intentional, but in any ways you went into what's been described as chemically induced suicidal thinking, and that was such a horrible. You really have to taper off of antidepressants. It's really and if my experience is a common experience, it's really dangerous. You know, I mean, listen, these doctors saved my life. I had this abscess and I had no idea. I was moments away from it bursting without realizing it. So I had a very dangerous surgery and but it worked. You know, my boyfriend at the time and my manager who were there, you know, it all happened so fast. You know, and went to the doctor and he rushed me to the hospital. That it would be about 50% chance of survival. But I survived, so then it was fine..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I mean, I think I didn't know the word white privilege, but certainly that was what I was exploring and a lot of my comedy early on that other people described as like she's playing a Jewish American princess, which never popped into my head and was never my experience growing up in New Hampshire. I'm not, you know, but that's how it was perceived. I think by people, but to me it was really exploring what I didn't know what was called white privilege. So I'm going to reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us, my guest is comic writer and actor Sarah Silverman and her memoir, the bed wetter has been adapted into an off Broadway musical. We'll be right back. This is fresh air. So I don't have children. And I'm always interested in how people choose to have children or not have children. If they have the choice and that choice seems to be on the verge of being eliminated for a lot of women, if the Supreme Court really does overrule overturn roe V wade yeah, certainly the plan, isn't it? Yeah, it seems to be, can you talk about choosing to not have children? Yeah, I think I always kind of thought, you know, I'm going to adopt when I'm 40. And then I was 40. And I was like, I think I would adopt when I'm 50. You know? And I remember being in my late 30s and my gynecologist pushing me to freeze my eggs, you know, and I said, I don't want to have children and he said, well, you don't, you might want to down the line. And I said, well, if I do then I'll adopt and I'd like that to be what my option is. And but you know, as I, as I, you know, I love kids. I love babies. I love kids so much. And I've said this in as a joke, but I really mean it that the only thing I love more than kids. Is doing anything I want at all times. And that's just really been my choice. There's so much I want to do. And now there are very successful women comedians that have children and families, but it certainly was not how it used to be and it's still is something that I imagine is extremely hard to navigate. And it always was interesting to me that men comedians were often married and had kids and it did not get in the way of their careers at all. You know, I was having tea with a couple of guy friend comics. And they were telling me how there's a comedian Mike Lawrence who's very funny. And in a really good writer and they said, you know, we came up in comedy with Mike's mom. She was a comedian, and I was like, oh my God, that's so interesting. Where is she? What happened to her? And they said, well, she had Mike. And it just really hit me so hard..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Bubble who thought I was illuminating racism by wearing blackface. I mean, good grief. That is some real liberal bubble. We know it's wrong, so we can do it. So that was Sarah Silverman on her series. I love you, America. Sarah, when did you have that realization that some of the things you did, you wanted to kind of retract that you thought looking back on it, that they were wrong? I think as I was growing and changing and seeing more of the black experience through black voices and, you know, I hadn't gotten into trouble. I nobody had exposed it at that point. I exposed it myself. And it was something that I think is important to do because I want to be able to prove to myself and show to others that you can't change your past, but you can be changed by your past. And, you know, even at that time, I thought I was being subversive and making the appoint, but it certainly doesn't hold up in any way. And what I was able to learn from it, I was able to use in what I was doing in that moment. I mean, listen, there's even just in comedy, you have to change with the times and grow, or else you become a caricature of yourself or just a signifier of a time. And not only is that no way to create art or be a comedian, but it's no way to live. And I just think it's got to be okay to mess up in life. And to acknowledge it and notice it and be changed by it. First of all, I want to say, I thought the Sarah Silverman program was really funny, ditto with Jesus magic, which was a comic film that you did of your show. And I thought the kind of jiu-jitsu comedy that you did was really funny when you played a white liberal but also mocked that person for not really getting it. It was this kind of like double layer. And I remember in one of my intros because you've been around our show several times. And one of the intros I said, if you hear Sarah Silverman's comedy, you might think that she's, you know, racist or sexist, but if you listen closely, you'll realize, no, she's mocking that. She's mocking people who are racist. She's mocking people who are sexist. And I had always thought that that was really successful that you did that in a very successful way. So I was really interested in hearing that you didn't think, you know, in retrospect, you don't think that it was successful. I think it was successful. I got successful from it, you know? So that's how I know it was successful, but so in that time, it worked. I mean, listen, all that stuff had to go through several filters, which were also probably white people, you know? But it was on the air, and so it's really just looking at it through the scope of the moment that makes me cringe, but I've also always felt like if you don't look at what you did in the past and cringe, you haven't grown much, you know? Well, I really appreciate that you are so reflective about your own comedy. Can I ask you for an example of something that you were referring to from your early years where you were saying something because you meant the opposite, but it could be taken out of context and people would think you really mean it. I don't see color to me, everybody's white. That is really funny. Do you still feel good about that? Yes..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Let's get back to my interview with comic actor and writer Sarah Silverman, her 2010 memoir, the bed wetter, about the most humiliating part of her childhood, but in the bed every night, has been adapted into a new musical which is off Broadway at the Atlantic theater company in Manhattan. It's in previews and officially opens June 7th. The songs are by Adam schlesinger and David yazbek. Sarah Silverman starred in the shows the Sarah Silverman program and I love you America and was featured in the series masters of sex. Well, you have reflected on your comedy from the past. And you have mixed feelings about some of it. Some of the things, some of the comedy you've done in the past, you feel bad about now. You feel like you didn't quite get it that you made assumptions about the kind of comedy you could do as a white liberal, but maybe you made the wrong assumptions in that you were just living in a bubble, but I want to play something that you said on your series I love you, America. And this was a monologue on your show. And you were talking about blind spots that you had when you were making jokes. And particularly apologized for having worn black face on one of the episodes of the Sarah Silverman program, which was your Comedy Central sitcom based on in which your character was named Sarah and your character was always like saying and doing the wrong things. So let's play that excerpt from I love you America. As a white person, I have only had to see the world through the lens of the white experience. People of color in addition to their own perspective have had to see the world through the lens of white people, their whole lives in order to survive, to get jobs, to succeed, to exist. I've never had to see the world through the black experience, though as a liberal, I was sure that I had. There was an episode of my old show, the Sarah Silverman program that.
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"sarah silverman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest is comic actor and writer Sarah Silverman. She's known for breaking taboos, often to mock sexism, racism, and extremist politics and religion. She now has second thoughts about some of her earlier comedy, wondering whether when she was trying to mock racism, she didn't understand her own limited perspective as a white person. We'll talk about that later. Silverman has broken a big personal taboo from her childhood. She was a bed wetter. It was a nightly occurrence until about the age of 16. It was especially humiliating during sleepovers with friends, and the summer she spent that sleepaway camp. She wrote about that in her 2010 memoir titled the bed wetter. Now that book has been adapted into an off Broadway musical, she collaborated on it with songwriter Adam schlesinger, who cofounded the band fountains of Wayne, wrote the title song for the movie that thing you do. The songs for the RomCom, music and lyrics, and the TV series crazy ex-girlfriend, and what may be the best song that ever opened the Tony Awards ceremony, Broadway, it's not just for gays anymore. He was one of the very early COVID victims and died April 1st, 2020. The songwriter David yazbek completed writing the songs. The bed wetter officially opens June 7th, at the Atlantic theater company in Manhattan. Sarah Silverman, welcome back to fresh air I've really been looking forward to talking with you again. You were on our show in 2010 after the bed wetter memoir was published. So congratulations on yeah, congratulations on adapting the most humiliating experience of your life and to the musical. Thank you. Oh, yeah. So what was the turning point when you decided to make this really hidden part of your life? Something that you talked about on stage and wrote about. The shame started officially subsiding when I was young. I just was sure it would be my deepest darkest shame and my biggest secret and when I was around ten, I was in my bedroom and I had a little color TV and my mom came upstairs. I had my room was in the attic. And she said, oh, turn on Johnny Carson, this actress that's on. She was promoting a mini series called V and she said, she used to be miss New Hampshire. So we watched it together, and I couldn't believe it. You know, she said it very cavalierly. It was nothing that she was used to be a bed wetter. And it just blew my mind, you know, that someone else with this problem would be so casual about it and say it on national television and it just kind of blew out a wall in my brain a little bit, you know, where I saw the world a little differently and I thought, oh gosh, you know, maybe I could get past this. So now the bed wetter is a musical. And Adam schlesinger was writing the songs, but really sadly he died..
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ on Female Oscar Hosts
"It wouldn't be a show in late March without me giving you my asking pics. We all know that your big show is Sunday Night. I hope it's gonna be a good show. I don't really approve of the three female hosts. None of them won the sites know. Amy Schumer used to be funny until she just became this elite liberal woke progressive person. I can't stand her. You know, give me Tina Fey again. Give me Sarah Silverman. Give me there's plenty of women I'd go with. Not the three they picked this year. Please know. Then I'm gonna do probably ten minutes a piece here and there, come in, come on the stage and leave the stage. The less they say the better, I just know I'm gonna cringe in the opening.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Sarah Silverman Apologizes to Paris Hilton for Prison Jokes
"Sarah Silverman is now apologizing on her podcast because of what Paris Hilton said in her podcast that bothered her when Sarah Silverman took her apart at a roast I think in 2007 and whatever Paris Hilton was going to jail the next morning. The night before she went to a roast. And Sarah Silverman was her usual typical brilliant self. And now it's come to her attention that Paris Hilton wasn't happy with what was said. When Paris Hilton was at her absolute worst when she was doing things that needed to be stopped when she was doing embarrassing things and making sex tapes that were very embarrassing to her and her family and she was being caught with drugs on her and drinking and those are the days where she stepped out of a limousine or Range Rover. Showing the Lindsay Lohan Nicole Richie, Britney Spears days, the bad girl. So Sarah, it was come to come to her attention at Paris was upset. And she did her apology thing. She said that the night after it happened, she didn't know Paris is even going to be at the rose. And she didn't know Paris was going to jail the next day. So when she saw her there, she thought, oh my God, I can really go crazy on this. And like a great comic she did. And I forget what she said. I didn't go back to check, but I know that Sarah doesn't hold back. Paris Hilton was hurt. When she found out, she was hurt. She sent her a note and apologized for several days later. Apparently that note never got to Paris. So Sarah felt like, you know what? Let me say I'm sorry. And I really appreciate what she said. Even though Paris Hilton has to look back and apologize about some of her shit. Because then you just can't be a hypocrite, but I like what Sarah said. One of my patrons sent me that bit of Sarah on her podcast, apologize. Again, I'm not, I'm okay with it. I'm okay with it. Listen, if you go back and think what you said really hurt someone's feelings, I think it's admirable to
The Tim Ferriss Show
"sarah silverman" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"And antiquarks, three identical generations of particles, 23 parameters that you can adjust anywhere you want is horrible, but it works. So we found the first crack, meaning that there's a 5th force out there beyond gravity. Beyond the nuclear force, a 5th force out there, which could be the next octave of a vibrating string. String theory may give you the next theory beyond the standard model. Next, Lisa is a satellite that the European space agency is funding, which will give us baby pictures. Baby pictures of the infant universe is a gravity wave detector in outer space that'll pick up gravity waves from the instant of creation, giving us baby pictures. Baby pictures of the infant universe as is coming out of the womb. And maybe just maybe we'll find evidence of an umbilical cord. An umbilical cord connecting our infant universe as an emerges from the womb to a parent universe in the multiverse of universes. That's well within the cards as the European space agency and NASA launched Lisa into orbit in the coming years. Next, we have dark matter. What is the universe made of? Well, atoms, right? Wrong. Most of the universe is not made of atoms. Most of the universe is made out of dark matter. And we're clueless. Clueless to understand what is dark matter. It holds the galaxy together, is invisible. That's why it's so hard to prove, but no one's been able to determine what it is. String theory predicts what dark matter is, it again is the next octave. The next octave of the vibrating string is dark matter, which makes up most of the invisible universe. Then next, the Japanese, the Chinese and the Europeans, are laying the groundwork for the next generation of Adams measures, much bigger than the one that I built when I was in high school. And we hope to find evidence of the 5th force by creating particles that are only seen beyond the standard model. And then the 5th testable way to prove the theory is to look for deviations from Newton's laws of gravity. Newton's laws is based on the idea of the inverse square law. If you double the distance away from a star, gravity goes down by a factor of four. But why four? Why not 8? Why not 16? Because we live in a three dimensional world. The world is three dimensional. But string theory says, nope, the world is 11 dimensional. And we are a three dimensional bubble. A three dimensional bubble floating in a much larger 11 dimensional Nirvana. So it is Nirvana, nirvana is 11 dimensional hyperspace. And what is our universe? A bubble. A three dimensional bubble floating in, which is expanding, and that's called The Big Bang Theory. Anyway, so we're looking for deviations from Newton's laws of gravity, which could then clinch the existence of these higher dimensions. So these are 5 experimental ways that we can test string theory. So let's say flashing forward. That the God equation is, I don't know if the correct term would be solved for, but that we arrive at the answer. The quest for a theory of everything comes to an end. What are the possible applications? Because I'm sure there are people listening just to step into their shoes. We're saying, this is incredibly fascinating. I could listen to this and explore this for many, many more hours. But I'm worried that 20 or 30 or 50 years due to climate change, we will not have the luxury of pursuing these types of questions. What are some of the applications? What are the outcomes? Well, some of the greatest philosophical questions of all time. What happened before creation is time travel possible can not be answered using the standard model, Einstein's equations break down at the instant of the Big Bang at the center of a black hole, all the interesting questions, well, they break down at the point where string theory starts. This is called the Planck energy, ten to the 19 billion electron volts. That's the energy of the Big Bang. And Einstein's equations fail at that point. That's where string theory comes in. For example, what happened before the Big Bang? If string theory is correct and there's a multiverse, we now can say what happened before the Big Bang. The Big Bang was the collision or the splitting of universes. And we hope to get pictures. Pictures verifying this picture with Lisa, a satellite to be launched into outer space with funding from the European space agency and from NASA. And so that's when application is to define what happened before creation. Is there really a multiverse? And what's on the other side of a black hole? Well, most theories say that a black hole is a dot, a dotted infinite density, anything falling into this dot will die. But that's the old picture. We don't believe in that anymore, because these black holes are all spinning, spinning rapidly, and it's spinning black hole collapses to a ring, not a dot at all, but a ring. And if you fall through the ring, you wind up analysis looking glass. The ring is a wormhole. But our wormholes stable. If you watch Star Trek, you realize that one of the problems with wormholes is that sometimes they collapse on you. So you're halfway through the wormhole and whoops. It collapses on you and cuts you in half. Well, the stability of wormholes can be calculated with string theory. String theory is a theory of everything, including wormholes, and we should be able to calculate the stability of these wormholes. And then time travel is time travel possible. Well, as I mentioned, Einstein's equations do a lot of time travel. But how stable are they? That is, when you enter the time machine, will it blow up? Hawking thought so. I can redid the calculation show that time travel is possible in Einstein's equations, but and this is a huge but as soon as you enter the time machine, it blows up. Well, it blows up because, again, of quantum corrections. But string theory allows you to calculate these quantum corrections. That's speculate about them. He speculated that they are infinite. But maybe they're finite, in which case you can go backwards in time and visit yourself as a child. And then perhaps the greatest application of all is the fact that the universe is dying. Physics is the ultimate death warrant for our universe. Physics says the law of thermodynamics says the second law says that in a closed system, everything must eventually rust, decay, fall apart, and die. In other words, trillions of years from now, the universe will consist of dead black holes that neutron stars and the temperature will be near absolute zero and we'll all freeze to death. This is called the big freeze. And it seems that the laws of physics are a death warrant for the universe. But you see, there's a loophole here. In a closed system, the universe must die. But you see, maybe the universe is not a closed system. Maybe there are wormholes, which means that the universe is an open system, and the second law of thermodynamics does not apply for open systems. And so what do we do? Trillions of years from now, we'll be so advanced that we'll be able to play with the Planck energy, create wormholes to order and create a lifeboat. An interdimensional lifeboat that we can flee into and go to another younger warmer universe and start all over again. In which case we'll have yet another universe to mess up..
"sarah silverman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Of showing the whole picture and not just a piece of a picture Tim had a dump himself there Did you hear that 7 seconds missing Jim forgot the cut in F bomb I love you buddy I love it There was enough father That's what that 7 sections are dead and that there was folks But Sarah Silverman hey there's a point in this gym Sarah Silverman was you upset you know you have said it yourself but don't come on don't be upset at yourself Things happen brother Sarah Silverman was so bad She's dropping F bombs 'cause she can't believe the left is now kids I told you folks It's cannibalistic by nature I promise you They will eventually eat themselves alive I'm there but you know we'll be right back Damn bongino here for my Friends at lone star transfer Are you still stuck in a timeshare Thousands of owners have called lone star transfer this past year seeking a permanent solution to stop the never ending fees With animal dues coming soon you want to be out as fast as possible Their process is done legally ethically and quickly Lone star transfers the best success rate at over 805 star views with an a plus rating on the BBB They guarantee in writing a specific time frame in which you will get out of your timeshare unlike any other company I know a lot of people have reached out to lone star transfer after being scammed by a fly by night company took their money and ran As a family owned company they take great pride in what they.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is America Heading for Civil War?
"So the question is, are we heading towards a Civil War? Dennis has been prolific on this and prophetic because he said it earlier out loud. We're already living through. And it's just a matter of time before I think we really kind of it catches up to the what is going to happen is going to catch up with our living through, which is when I go to San Francisco, I have nothing in common with the people there. And it's mutual, by the way. Sarah Silverman who calls herself the comedian came out and she said, why are we living in the country with these unvaccinated people? I don't want to live in a country. Why don't they have their own country, and we have our own country. And exactly, and what I just heard from so many people, people just said, yeah, let's do it. And right. And so I just want you to kind of just absorb what has happened in the room here. You have a bunch of people who love this flag. That flag's not going to be around if those of you that just clapped, get what you want. I'm being serious. You just clapped for secession. And so that's a serious thing. That this room's enthusiastic about separating. We're already there, folks. This idea of like, oh, we're divided like you got one side that's demanding the severance and the other side that can't wait for it. And so and you're already seeing it through kind of the slow motion secession that's happening on Southwest Airlines or American Airlines of people that move to other states because they feel they don't represent them. And so who knows how this is going to end up? It could end up in physical confrontation. I think the regime is trying to provoke physical confrontation. I think they want us to get physical, which is why at every event on that and anyone asks me would literally someone ask me rather bluntly and suspiciously bluntly, when do we get the guns? I denounced him, and I said, that's exactly what the power grabbers want you to do. That will give them the Patriot Act two to be able to really seize control over you right now. It's that what they don't want you to do is keep on showing up to school board meetings and be patient and have self control and take back power through peaceful means. That's what they're really
The Charlie Kirk Show
Sarah Silverman: Why are we living in the country with these unvaccinated people?
"The way. Sarah Silverman who calls herself the comedian came out and she said, why are we living in the country with these unvaccinated people?
The Charlie Kirk Show
Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce
"People are saying charlie. I saw clip. Sarah silverman asking whether or not we should separate as a nation. What are your thoughts. I do have some very. Let's say clear thoughts on sarah silverman in general okay. Sarah silverman basically calls for a divorce a national divorce. We have said on this program for quite some time that unfortunately the way things are headed. We are heading for a national divorce. If we are not able to unify our forces and now sarah silverman who supposed to be a comedian of really never heard her saying anything. Funny as this assay play tape select. Why don't we just finally just realize that this these states aren't working and like divide up until like two or three countries of the usa one in usa to and will be allies. And you'll come over here and we'll go over there and you know when you come to certain many times when you go to a different country. You have to get a vaccine. Now she's coming under a lot of backlash for what she said. But it's not entirely dumb because that's actually where people are headed because we actually are living in that country right now. When i go to los angeles when i go to san francisco. It's a completely different experience then living in arizona. I don't want it to be that way. I'd love to see unification and people coming together. But basically what she's saying is like i don't wanna live with people like charlie kirk or conservatives. Just kick them out of the country. We'll have our own way to do things. We'll just kind of figure it out ourselves.
The Adam Carolla Show
"sarah silverman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"That's it. That's a joke a joke. I didn't get the joke you said you've been pulled over drunk. Yeah okay all right but how do you sweet talk your way out of that. The joke was you're always trying to get it. That's good as the average around. Here's forty five. But that's alison fucking it up and it would be thirty nine hundred if you got me in dawson into the mix so anyhow all right. I'll tell you what you should do if you're going to if you're going to drive heavy shot of smart mouth that's right that's what you officer pulls you over. You went minty fresh. Not not dawson all right Smart mouth i. They did this morning. I bathe my teeth as in smart mouth a tick i now just nip it right off the bottle. I just take a hit off at i. I know whether it's nyquil or smart mouth. I don't bother with the measuring and the teaspoons per for lightweight is take a hit. I know exactly what i need. Take my electric toothbrush. Took my mouth. And i have it. I mean i make look like a like a flesh and blood. Ring around it i just just gasket. A flash immersion blender frosting it out and then while it's bathing i hit the tongue. Fresh that com. Check that tongue. Man song sarah silverman gave me a very strong conversation about brushing. One's tongue wants true. Yeah hope it wasn't based on what i smell but either way hit that tongue fresh breath all day long. You can rinse it out at night. Rinse it out in the morning and never have.
Man Tools Podcast
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Right this week. In his story may thirteenth eighteen sixty one britain declares its neutrality in the american civil war but as you can see from the image up there the they declared neutrality but they clearly wanted the south to They wanted southern cotton and had things in the works to cut really good deals on getting a hold of it instead of buying Like a prefab textiles from the north which had been there arraignment for. They wanted the raw cotton. The dismissed of themselves service So that's why you see the image of the queen kind of bastardized into cotton and Says england's god because everyone kinda saw through their own neutral. They also sent like advisors and observers to the confederacy but not to the north so What's he may fourteenth Seventeen ninety six english physician. Edward jenner gives owner and he Relation to cater Gives the first busy performing. Were successful. Smallpox vaccination Which i think these anything. I'm missing a difference between vaccination and something else. They were doing something with smallpox. Before to immunize people like in the revolutionary war. Kind of her. they were trying to get. It's what we do with chicken pox so nobody thought they. They were injecting like cowpox which is a similar virus less severe and then people had an immunity to slow his docs. now they're just giving them blankets. Set that one maybe. That's the difference. Is that this was actually derived from smallpox and not cowpox right some other some of derivative Let's see may fifteenth nineteen forty two. This could be a familiar sight in the near future The united states begins rationing gasoline. So that they have enough for For the troops overseas in world war two although we don't have the excuse for no Let's see may sixteenth nineteen sixty three and yep error. Maybe if i refresh the page nope well That picture was supposed to be gordon. Cooper coming out of his caps left to return to earth He had done twenty. Two orbits On the very last mission of project mercury before they transitioned into. I believe either the gemini stuff for the any with gemini where the senate two at a time jimmy program. Yep yeah to do. But i can remember if jim and i came extra who was apollo now follows last. Yeah that was crew melons when they finally to the big the big ships so apparently Seven three one five three two one four point one eight three is by the flatter earth. They don't want people with myspace. Let's see may seventeenth nineteen fifty four The us supreme court unanimously rules for school. Integration in a landmark case brown versus board of education which undid this next thing May eighteen eighteen ninety six. The supreme court decision on plessey versus ferguson upheld these separate but equal doctrine which had been become prevalent in the south Which said that. As long as black people were given an equal facility it could be segregated. Separate no jim. Crow laws yep And then finally. I found this just weird May nineteen seventeen. Eighty near total darkness descends on new england at noon. No explicit explanation has found except. I'm pretty sure yup get your house super. Awesome all right So that brings us to the end of our show Bigger for you if you want. Yeah thank you so much. Thanks to our guests would like to think our guest who didn't show up. Thanks sorry you didn't show probably watched the first ten minutes so it could be. I don't know you'll have a very off putting personality. Apparently what it is you know we. We both have faces for radios. I just don't understand the The like ghosting. They don't either. You know if you don't wanna come on say something you know so that hard to call. I mean obviously played thing is not to just go. I don't like your show at our beyond their. But no i'll do really i like your show. Hillary owner not for my not. My cup of tea love Anyways were quite pleased. Kelly discuss the. This is the ocean. This is mantle. Shiv you're you know you wanna be on the air you know or not yet. Show up show thug or don't at least tell us it's courteous in this day and age. This is part of the problem. That's happening in this day and age. That people are just ghosting work. There ghosting Responsibilities that ghosting commitments. And that's that that leads to ghosting. Your you know your kids and your relationship. Your whole de. Where does it end is the thin. End of the wedge. Yep i live in a dystopia in future my brain. We're getting there. Yeah i'm worried. Measly wherein batman under ruse. Just to the job you want right. That's right anyway. Thank you everyone who watched or listened If you're watching and listening later thank you as well. Pleased like subscribe and hit the alert button. You know when we've dropped something new in the toilet for you. We'd like thank. 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Man Tools Podcast
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Yes there are there. I've seen this too. There's so many employers that are like all right. We need you to have a bachelor's degree or a master's degree and we're in a starry out at like twenty bucks an hour away so you're gonna give me thirty eight grand a year forty grand a year right whatever that boils down to twenty bucks an hour And i'm like two hundred thousand in the whole from school to pastors. Come on man seriously. yeah i remember. When i was their age. I feel bad for some of these kids because they went to college and they did what happened to me. Go to college. Fat degree and minimum wage You know nothing really out there for your discipline. Yeah it's I don't know man worse. We're on a precipice of something. I don't know exactly what but i i get. The feeling is going to get worse before it gets better for a couple of years. I mean let's let's be honest. Our gdp is debt. Yeah yes and here's proof. Major cities are the most the the the biggest portion of our gdp and they don't actually produce anything. They produce intellectual property basically. Yeah publications and zik coating yup. But they're not you know screwing together widgets. We're bringing those over from china. I'm worried about. I'm worried about the farming community. What what happens when we don't have food anymore. Farmers ranchers are super fricken important. Yeah what's going to happen when you you you know you can't go to outback. Get your favourite sake. Well i mean there are If you talk to environmental alarmists that would be great thing that you can still get a steak. Whatever your that nitrogen not out so off topic. Everybody sorry jumping. Call in call us. You will throw the phone number of you can actually call in if you want and talk show with us. The nitrogen solution is amazing. These guys are doing an ally one. Tanna they're injecting the soil. With all this nitrogen and carbon dioxide just see the grass it taper. It takes over all the this the sage rush because they went out and just injected the soil. They took all that methane all that garbage from the cattle and just injected into the soil in the mary. Cows eat it again. It's like dude talk about you know. that's an. That's a carbon cycling. Yeah you're carbonated that point Jennifer says dr had to pass the new deal to get things done and to send us into what was our golden age Somebody gotta spend money to make money. Well i would argue in many historians do that world war two was was really what kicked us into a golden age. The the the the new deal as it was explained to me by you know was was a campaign promise that was horsh it and then once he got off as he's like Boys what are we going to do. We got a new deal was going to happen all right. So you know boondoggle became a thing is five guys on one shovel now. I will say this because of the new deal. A lot of good things did come out of it so that was a shit show that landed. He landed butter side up. We now have an international highway system in this country because of that so he landed butter side up on now. I don't think history would show that that happens. Super often right. yeah Well at the end of the news. So don't be surprised. We can't get chick long way to go for fuck pun. She know we went. We went and boarded up house. Tuesday wherever that was the fucking snow. Yeah monday tuesday. I don't remember whatever. Tuesday super smelly drake. Whatever eight sheets of plywood so thousand dollars. Yep sheets screws and a couple of by force also. The made me sick to my stomach was a thousand bucks to eight sheet supply with. Yeah and a way to board up a garage. Well the Let's get into some cool stuff. We have one item of cool stuff. And i it's very cool. It's the coolest cools.
Man Tools Podcast
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
Paris Hilton got an apology from Sarah Silverman for the jail jokes
"Silverman just issued a lengthy and thoughtful apology to paris hilton for controversial jokes. She made about hilton at the mtv movie awards. Fourteen years ago
Hammer and Nigel
Paris Hilton Shocked By Sarah Silverman's Apology
"The hatchet. I think Back was 2007 MTV movie awards, Sarah Silverman said some pretty harsh jokes about Paris helping and then And then noticed she was in the audience. And, and here is several sterile save Sarah Silverman, Apollo I said some very hard core jokes about her. The crowd went bananas. And while I was thrilled that the success of my monologue I remember spotting her in the audience. And I remember seeing that look on her face and my heart sank because there was a person under there. So here I am. 14 years later telling you, Paris that I am really sorry. I hope that you accept my apology, and I hope that you feel My remorse. I felt it the second I saw your face that night. It feels terrible to know that you have hurt someone. And it's important to make it right. Oh, please 13 years later Now I feel bad about it. Oh, God. Because of this culture, we're in the Twitter culture of the wolf with the woke culture. And I assume Paris Hilton accepted the apartment had to do a big public speeches. Well, what do you wanna hear Paris Hilton? Not really helping took the social media and accepted the apology. So I just got this text and it was to an article With Sarah Silverman apologizing to me, and then I went on Listen to her podcast, and she basically made like an 8.5 minute apology to me, and she was so genuine and so sweet and It really moved me. I felt just emotional hearing it and I could tell that you didn't mean what she said when she was apologizing. Make it stop, please. So we've got Justin Timberlake
"sarah silverman" Discussed on Daily Pop
"His future with courtney kardashian kinda plays glory ball flings rat made it through the week and we are ready to party. We've got our cocktails. The day to day on daily pop years after insulting paris hilton. Sarah silverman is shocking. Her again. This time with an apology. Sarah made crude sexual joke about perez at the two thousand seven. Mtv awards and turns out she regretted it immediately. Check out what she said on the sarah silverman podcast while i was thrilled at the success of my monologue I remember spiting her in the audience. I really do and my heart sank and a couple of days later. I her a letter apologizing. I felt awful. And i never heard back. I certainly wouldn't expect to anyway. I regretted the jokes not years later but kind of immediately so here i am fourteen years later telling you paris that i am really sorry. I was that a hot meal alert going off. That's what it sounded like. The series was on. I think it really felt extremely sincere to me. I mean sarah was talking all about how she's made lots of jokes in the past that she's regretted but at the same time. I do appreciate your honesty. In saying that was the time and i've grown since then and i really hope people have obviously seen that i've grown and really changed the way that i do jokes. I do comedy. And i wanna point out that. What i think is really good about this apology was. She wasn't trying to make excuses and a lot of times people are like. Oh my gosh. She was trying to make excuses but she literally said like you said like people have to give me a chance and everyone else the chance to grow with the times and what i loved the most was. She said that she regretted that joke. Soon as it came out of her mouth and then she wrote her. The following day in a letter never doctor first of all we doing that was in two thousand and seven seven. She wrote a letter and as a comic. I get it. You're doing your jokester. you're onstage. You're not really you can't really see the audience. And she said as soon as the joke came out. You know she sees this. She's an audience but as a comic. You can't take a joke back. you gotta commit. You're gonna lead though in there because there's three thousand people watching you you know you're gonna take the ale later so i understand. She felt bad. I've been in that position before. And i've gone out immediately. Tried to apologize. I was like can you tell him you know no. They're like what ahead out is not happening. So the fact that she wrote a letter immediately but a letter is a little weird to peres actually phone a phone call. I get the letter but you gotta pick up the phone to assistant to say here. See he really would have loved to have some letters of grizzly win. She wrote the letter. But i mean she pairs went to jail that night so i it's believable that the letter never made it to her because absolutely believable. But i'm glad that she went ahead and apologize. Because i think that's what in paris accepted. I think that probably gave pair of nice warm fuzzy feeling that you know especially from another woman was nice actually pushes that. When paris heard sarah's apology she immediately did an impromptu episode of her podcast. this is paris. Listen to her response. Teary-eyed actually listening. I was like. That's actually really sweet. Because i didn't i.
Paris Hilton Shocked By Sarah Silverman's Apology
"To day on daily pop years after insulting paris hilton. Sarah silverman is shocking. Her again. This time with an apology. Sarah made crude sexual joke about perez at the two thousand seven. Mtv awards and turns out she regretted it immediately. Check out what she said on the sarah silverman podcast while i was thrilled at the success of my monologue I remember spiting her in the audience. I really do and my heart sank and a couple of days later. I her a letter apologizing. I felt awful. And i never heard back. I certainly wouldn't expect to anyway. I regretted the jokes not years later but kind of immediately so here i am fourteen years later telling you paris that i am really sorry. I was that a hot meal alert going off. That's what it sounded like. The series was on. I think it really felt extremely sincere to me. I mean sarah was talking all about how she's made lots of jokes in the past that she's regretted but at the same time. I do appreciate your honesty. In saying that was the time and i've grown since then and i really hope people have obviously seen that i've grown and really changed the way that i do jokes. I do comedy. And i wanna point out that. What i think is really good about this apology was. She wasn't trying to make excuses and a lot of times people are like. Oh my gosh. She was trying to make excuses but she literally said like you said like people have to give me a chance and everyone else the chance to grow with the times and what i loved the most was. She said that she regretted that joke. Soon as it came out of her mouth and then she wrote her. The following day in a letter never doctor first of all we doing that was in two thousand and seven seven. She wrote a letter and as a comic. I get it. You're doing your jokester. you're onstage. You're not really you can't really see the audience. And she said as soon as the joke came out. You know she sees this. She's an audience but as a comic. You can't take a joke back. you gotta commit. You're gonna lead though in there because there's three thousand people watching you you know you're gonna take the ale later so i understand. She felt bad. I've been in that position before. And i've gone out immediately. Tried to apologize. I was like can you tell him you know no. They're like what ahead out is not happening. So the fact that she wrote a letter immediately but a letter is a little weird to peres actually phone a phone call. I get the letter but you gotta pick up the phone to assistant to say here. See he really would have loved to have some letters of grizzly win. She wrote the letter. But i mean she pairs went to jail that night so i it's believable that the letter never made it to her because absolutely
Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
Nicolas Cage Hosts ‘History of Swear Words’ Series on Netflix
"Cage. Scott is doing a new netflix series on explaining the history of swear words. Now anyone that knows me personally knows that off the air now. I think people that listen to the radio may mean maybe surprised by this but listeners who occasionally encounter me on the streets Will find out. I curse a lot and now you've known me for a very long time. So you know that. I curse lauren. Brandi ideal with very regularly obviously have known for awhile too. And they know that. I am a cursor so i am absolutely fascinated in this series and we actually have a preview brought. He found the i. Guess the trailer for this. Netflix series with nicholas cage. Let's hear it is a thing of great wonder quivering with complexity strength and resilience however also buried with them. A delicate femininity and there are even say nuttiness look one way and you see a gentle feline innocence with another way homeboy. Yes it has the power to steer our souls an intoxicated. our minds men have died for it. Women have moved in with each other way too soon for it and to fully capture its essence. We must plunge unafraid deep within enchanted garden. Roll my friends. We are so close now. Fisher is upon the very house of life and death the temple of sexuality and a term for that kid too afraid to play dodge ball in gym class behold also could be a cat now right so that sold me because it was weird weird. He's guest stars on this show called. The history of swear words will include comedians like D'auray davis mike eagle nikki. Glasser pattie harrison. London hughes jim jefferies. Nick offerman sarah silverman and isaiah woodlock junior. So i'm in. Are you in. So i again. Nicholas cage freaks me out a little bit. I don't know why he's i. Think of nicholas cage in the movie face off with john travolta that movie very strange do nocholas cage and then was the movie was called leaving las vegas where he's like this evening drunk. Yeah yeah yeah. Elizabeth shue might be right. Yeah nicholas cage kind of freaks me out a little bit. So he's awareness day by like some crazy like dinosaur like head or something like that like at an auction one time for like millions and millions of dollars and he's got like an elvis fetish right it. Wasn't he married. lisa. Marie yes he was. Yeah i did not know that. He freaks me out a weird way now. The premise of the show the history or the the depth of the history of cursing in the english language. Yeah very curious. I like to curse a lot too. Sometimes it turns people off. I've just always believed just talk the way you talk wrecked and so. I'm interested in the premise freaks. Me out. that's all okay. Fair enough
Ask Me Another
Trivia With Rickey Thompson And Denzel Dion
"Ricky thompson denzil dion. Her best friends and they're known for their videos on tiktok youtube and instagram. And not your average. Just kinda throwaway videos. These are high production lip sync videos with costumes and choreographed dance moves. I mean they're incredible and they also host a new spotify podcast. We said what we said. Ricky thompson and denzil dion. Hello welcome you. I've been enjoying so much of all the stuff that you guys do that. Visual and video. And you know you're so successful at a visual format why go to just audio. I'm i think that we just really wanted to switch it up like everything video for like all of our career so like lists are with video. There's nothing's going on. A lot of people really talks. Oh here the message Obviously with videos which teams do are youtube at ten minutes is just like you know people just get so caught up with audio judges here and you're listening so i feel like we really wanted to show another side of us for audio bitten. Just because he talked ally right. You can just get to converse like you are hanging out you know and you were saying you know th the videos are sort of demand a different kind of attention and i just have to save. I am so dazzled by the production value that you bring to those with the costuming ming unreal. I mean how how much time goes into everyone on every time we do like thirty minutes before we do it solo which he gets my place. I'm getting the things today place and then we studied the choreography minutes. And keep doing it and doing that until the video is so. It's not prying not at all works. It works okay. Well let's let's get to some games. You wanna play some games some games. How do you feel about competition tablets. Perfect so this. This is the deal with this game taking a cue from movies like battleship clue. We have imagined what it would sound like if other table. Top games were adapted to be movies. Okay so jonathan will perform a scene and your job is just to tell us what game is based on okay. Ricky this one is for you. Here's your first one. This wooden windowless tower needs to be taller. But sir we're running out of material. Just take what you need from the middle and put it on the top. My hand is shaking. The whole thing is gonna fall. Who okay. I did it. Oh i know this game. Gosh oh i'm going blank right now on. My value does does bill. Which i thought he was talking to you because he knows it but he doesn't. Can you describe you described the game. Yes it's the game you know you build up the little blocks and if somebody pulls out in the middle oh yes yes yes all right denzel. Here's one for you. My queen the white riders approach. Their horses are moving in some sort of l. shape. I've never seen before. What news of the bishops. They've been captured your majesty so it's up to me you know. I was upon once. But now i can travel in any direction. Any distance. there. Weakling of a king is really for a reality. Check mate this is this is yes yes yes you know. In the film version of that timmel tate shell may would be up for rook. I being talks. I don't know that he'd be all right. And this one is and this one is ricky another hot night alone in the big city nights like these. You wonder if you're the only one in this crazy house of cards called life. Who's working with a full deck just in the numbers are lining up getting close to the big man at the top. That's when this dame shows up real card queen a diamond in the rough some nights. You wonder if you're the only one playing by the rules some nights you wonder if you're the only one playing at all. Oh my goodness. I'm so bad okay. A target muscle. Can i say solitaire.
"RHOSLC" Favs, Sarah's Post-Sex Etiquette and Being Bad in Bed
"Welcome tonight. We pop where dreams come true and real housewives brag about lip fillers. My favorite people are here as always Nina and hunter hike is pay while we've been bumped up to two favorite people that's pretty impressive he. All right we are a month away from the real housewives of Salt Lake City Premier. So to help us get to know the ladies a little bit Better Bravo released their casting tapes and we already have to clear favorites. Jeff. Shaw I'm Twenty Eight Years Old Aka forty five at least fifty ran a month my wife's shopping habits. Can Be, enough themselves a daily source of my drum. My name is heather gay. The best part about owning a MED SPA is the free perks like except you can overdo it. I can barely speak in this interview because I just recently had them put some both talks on my chin. I wish I could smile I can't. For sure on the Cougar youngest I've ever dated was twenty two. Okay. So what is the craziest thing we just learned? Well, I don't like the Cougar thing even being thing like they're they're they're never thing when when a man is dating a woman in her twenties and he's in his forty so that to me I don't give them about that like do. The the woman saying she was twenty two almost made me choke. So I'm glad that she clarified. You know. A lot about the boat talk situation and the injection situation. But I feel like less probably more Are- if we were doing this show in fifteen years and I was forty five years old and introduce you to my twenty, two year old girlfriend, you don't think there would be a little judgment that I would be called a sugar daddy action. For you of course. Yeah. For me. I think it goes both I. Think it goes both ways. I mean I think like for show like this. They want those interesting dynamics, those women just like they knew exactly what to say and those interview tapes right like I just feel like there's like a package now that you can watch or get information like be outlandish as crazy. Make sure your husband thinks he's spend too much money interest include all of those things they just won't crazy characters and these I feel like these women are going to deliver but also never heard of talks in the Chin that's interesting. I wonder what that does cause don't you want to move Up Superman right? Oh God tiffany haddish shared all the details of her sex life with Sarah Hyland on her new digital series lady parts including what to do if your partner is bad instead. It's a guy or girl isn't giving you what you want and need bed. Do you tell them? Yes. David October several times and that's why I don't sleep with you. Is it okay to tell your partner that they are bad in bed and they might not be better for everybody. But just for you, they're not living up to your expectations. Are you honest about that I don't know for me I'm always like tell me what you like because I do feel like everybody likes something different. So which last partner may have enjoyed this partner may not. So I feel like it's more about what do you enjoy as opposed to like you're not good but you can't do the. Want him three routine with you. Every single person everybody likes somebody might not like the two, but they might need three threes. Out which is sometimes kids pretty good. The one thing that I will do I think it is something that both genders can do and this is us to allow podcast but instead of saying, Hey, I, usually like this can you do this? You say, Hey, let's try something new like something that I've never tried maybe I saw it in a porn maybe whatever and really it's just something that you've always loved and they think of the first people doing it to you. Okay, see. God. Say Yellow sneaky. Opening up opening up to my girls right now again good slammed for it. That's actually very true but I feel like be easy to manipulate the girls you're with because they're asking you your. I don't know. How much of this particular I walk in the Episode Yeah You never told the experts we're moving. Those good. All right. Okay. Sarah Silverman also have some thoughts on relationship. She told Allen all about her current guy who she met playing video games online. Okay. She said things move quickly to sleep over status, but she's having trouble giving up one thing like usually I send him home and he's cool with it so far early they're always great but. I have my role nighttime routine and it's like a date with myself and I didn't want to I'm nervous to give that up. You know like I do my whole face routine I mean. Yeah. No. And then, I I eat like a big bowl of grape nuts while I watch law and orders seen Mary at times and it's just like these are the things that seem simple. But I like that covet them and they they get to sleep. I'm sorry I'm sorry this you know she was. Ellen. Or, did they get Noah per? Do they have like thought minutes before until the Komo Nian? Saver men. Over also like my hair during I, can't say. About her at this point, I'm barely brushing. Casual Council women like she just took a nap and yeah, I find her like so hot it's so weird. But I said that seven laid back ponytail I can say though I understand what she means I am somebody who has an extremely extensive night care routine. It really is something I look forward to do it even if it's four o'clock in the morning and I've already thrown up on myself I, never miss it. You know what I mean. So I get kicking the grape nuts I'm out on the House I used ESPN. Disgusting, it is like newspaper and. Garage sales.
Flavor Flav calls out Bernie Sanders for using Public Enemy name for campaign rally
"Night look enemy is going to play at a Bernie Sanders rally on Sunday in LA the rally of course proceed super Tuesday Dick Van **** is going to be there so it's it's it's weird Sarah Silverman makes more sense she's a Bernie Sanders supporter has been and the band Public Enemy number is all psyched up to be like wow that's what a move to have such a popular mainstream hip hop group a very political one one that you know the song fight the power the not to mention the fact that they're aligned with Spike Lee in do the right thing that's what that song was from Chuck D. course a very politically minded socially conscious rapper it's a big win for Bernie Sanders to have public enemy to help maybe woo the black vote some of the black vote that he hasn't yet moved so you like this gonna be great can't believe I got a mail I'm gonna see Chuck D. possibly a terminator X. I don't know about a professor Griff still in the band I don't doubt it of course flavor Flav yeah well turns out in this come out today tonight that's flavor Flav A. K. William Drayton is accusing the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders of misappropriating his likeness and promoting a quote false narrative that the group has endorsed his campaign for the democratic presidential nomination only that what could go wrong in that situation get pick public enemy but then the the storyline becomes no you're lying is that good very that's like the worst possible thing that's even worse and I'm not showing up there should be like scheduling conflict but for one of the band mates the most popular band mates come out and say the false narrative that the group has endorsed the campaign his lawyer plays got a lawyer says we've become aware the flavors bandmate and Public Enemy co creator Chuck D. has endorsed Bernie Sanders candidacy and he performed he plans to perform an upcoming Sanders rally what Chuck is certainly free to express political views as he sees fit his voice alone does not speak for Public Enemy the plant performance will only be Chuck D. of Public Enemy will not be a performance by Public Enemy those who truly know what Public Enemy stands for knows what time it is there's no public enemy without flavor Flav wow this is not good for Bernie for any just like what a coup I got Public Enemy to play all my problems are solved the question of whether or not truly is Public Enemy of
Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow
"Both been really drawn to Judaism. I know for me personally. So many of my artistic. Inspirations I mean not consciously but they're all Jewish like Bette midler Sandra Bernhardt Barbra streisand lake. These people have informed so much of my view of the arts. And you know there's a strong part of what they do is related to Judaism and their spirituality and same for me. My I like comedy against version was Sarah Silverman who Super Jewish. And she's not embrace it and what I love about that. Religion is how it's both faith but also like an intellectual practice and people love to be conflicted in argue and disagree and I was raised Catholic. But I've never felt that catalyst ISM was really a space to question and I just love it. You get to do that in the Jewish faith. I don't think we could have found anyone better than Rabbi Lisa Grechko. Who is our special guest today? She used the Montreal Legend would you say the rabbi well she's a Rockstar as much as a rabbi. Can Be yes she is a rabbi at Temple Emanuel Shalom here in Montreal. She is the first queer. Rabbi that I personally know. She's quite famous here for really embracing progressive views for a religious leader. I'm in her sermons or super popular like people actually go out on a Friday night. Yeah I heard about it from a friend of mine. Who'S NOT Jewish? Who was just going and really found something real there. I feel she would be a great character on sex in the city. Like the girls would go to my sermon. I mean I just think we need rabbi Grechko in our lives in many ways as possible so we had a great conversation with her about sexuality. Faith family even divorce because she she has the same sex partner but she was divorced in the past and that sounded like it was a bigger problem in her community than being a lesbian. Rabbi crush go also does a lot of interfaith works. He works with Muslim. Meteors Christian leaders and it was really important for us to go beyond the politics of the day or whatever opinion people can have about different religions and some listeners might be atheists or some people listening might be fervent believers. We wanted to go beyond that and ask the big super bowl questions through. Rabbi you really got into Lake you we got rabbi Grechko set up a new. Didn't waste a second to get into your big oprah like question what came first in Your Life God or same sex desire. I was conscious of my spirituality. Let's say and religious sense of connection before I was aware of my own sexuality and then I was a relatively late bloomer. I wasn't out 'til My mid twenty say so for a while there was a real sense of struggle. And how would navigate those things together But that was more. A challenge with institution spiritually. That piece always stage. Did you feel spiritual As a child because I felt very I relate because I did feel as before I was kind of socialized in school and the world I felt the presence of a higher power. Is that what you're referencing? I had I had You know it's interesting because that's one of the things that might be different about Judaism in some ways that were so community based in so behaviorally based so I was very connected to the Jewish community as a kid. I went to a Jewish day school. I went to synagogue on a regular basis Shabat Dinners. Were part of our family life family celebration so all of those things were part of it. Some of the deeper connection came through learning which Jewish is a very spiritual activity kind of encountering sacred texts and asking questions and I grew up. Thanks to my parents with a lot of nature. A lot of travel lot of just sense of of being connected to something bigger you know going out in the middle of the night and lying down on a blanket and watching star shower I would say for me. It only took on a deeper resonance. Actually when I was struggling with coming out and figuring out what that meant for my path towards the rabbinate that was in some ways the closest that I got to a sense of calling or a Pitney because it felt like there's this path that I'm on and it's not going to be as smooth as I thought it would be so if I'm going to be on this path that has to really matter to me. It has to really be what I feel like I should be doing. Were you looking for answers? And that moment I think it was much more a feeling of of yearning of desire of closeness and relationship. I would say a sense that there was something someone who I couldn't didn't WanNa walk away from you said that coming out brought you closer to God. Can you talk about what way it brought you closer to God? I mean if you look at the story of the Hebrew Bible though stories that you've learned as a kid for US issues. One of the central parts of that story is the story of the exodus from Egypt. And it's a story of if you if you know the Hebrew going from meets rhyme. Which is the word for Egypt? But literally means the narrow place to a place of openness and possibility and the God who speaks to Moses out of the burning Bush. It's often terribly mistranslated as I am that I am. You know that Wayne was assessed. Who are you and imagine the Ten Commandments? Among God says I am that I am but it really is. I will be and so from me. Coming out was a very It connected me to that story of leaving a place of of narrowness and constraint and having a new sense of of possibility and freedom And to me that was a very religious spiritual story which I understood in a whole different way. I'm certainly not the first to do that. And that story has been used by so many people in so many important ways but for me. It really resonated. At that time John were usual. Kid I think maybe the arts for me and like my experience of the arts was the closest that came to spirituality as a kid but other than you know just loving Bible stories. I enjoyed it in the same way that I enjoyed fairy tales. You know what I mean. I don't think I really thought that. Much about my spirituality growing up Christian for me. I wasn't necessarily ashamed of being queer or being gay but shame was definitely an undertone in what in what you're describing it doesn't sound like that was your experience. It sounds like it was quite beautiful discovery for you to lean on that same sex desire and that queen is that was within you. I think in that sense it really Revealed from a Fault. Line between institutionalized religion spirituality And you know it's it's ironic because I'm a representative of of organized religion though. I sometimes joke. That Judaism is as disorganized. Religion is one can get. We don't have a central hierarchy in line of authority. You know it's a good thing now. I think it's a good thing and the rabbi isn't with direct line to God. The rabbi is a teacher and a member of the community so there isn't a sense of of infallibility or of kind of being closer to God than anybody else I love So that's you know when we we tend to be an argumentative argument to people and it's not a dog. Matic religion by enlarge. It's much more about what you do then kind of signing onto a creed and so by and large. There's a lot of room to move in that. But I grew up in a an arm of Judaism which has changed since but then wasn't ordaining. Lgbt folks that piece became a real real faultline for me. And I did grow up with not anything that anybody said. But we're not seeing anybody who looked like me and having an old you know commentary that was on our in our pews at the synagogue which spoke about that chapter in Leviticus and same sex relationships as being. I don't remember what the language was whether it's something around depravity and paganism in that kind of thing so that I remember but it wasn't the overall messaging you said something about spirituality and religion and I think a lot of people feel spiritual but don't necessarily want to belong to a religion that's more organized or more conservative more conservative. I understand but I sometimes worry that we sell ourselves short by not looking because I think when we look were sometimes surprised by what we find you know and the fact is organized religion and institutions as much as they are like dirty. Words can do things that you can't do when you're just meeting in somebody's living room right. We can create sacred space. We can organize community together. We can be there for each other and offer things in different ways that you can't if it's more do it yourself you know and I figure religions have been asking spiritual questions for Millennia so to be able to come in and be part of that conversation right instead of feeling like you have to start from zero and make it up from you as you go along. I think is really powerful.
Gay Comedians Weigh in on Nick Cannon Calling Out Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman
"Mean, no comedian is safe. Those women also weren't asked to host the Oscar exact Glaring glaring team. team. They were asked that people would have dug through their social media one of the themes of this year than the metoo movement. It's been how quick are to tear the people down we look at their past. We judge them. We don't let them learn from their steaks, and we don't forgive them. If if I knew anything about the gay community and everyone at this table has close friends that are gay there about the most forgiving people in this world. And so I think we've got to get over this being so quick to judge people finding failure on every single person's part and just moving on and better being each other. And I just say take the side of these girls where second from what I know of their work. They are pro gate comedians. They are not people that Kevin Hart thing was very nasty. I thought what is the dog's head and hit him on the head that I didn't like that at all upset me. But these girls, they don't call them girls girls, went meant, no kidding kidding. These girls are comedians, and they are they love the gay community gay community loves them their cons of the gay community. But they still so these hunt is that is that. About what we were saying in the meeting, and I wish they had given us more time to talk about this because this is actually one of the nucleus where you, and I have a lot of synergy free speech is I think one of the tenants of being an American I think it's extremely important that doesn't mean that you can throw out slurs at people and not have ramifications in your work in one way or the other. But I don't wanna live in a culture in a society where I think comedians and pundits in particular. Push boundaries for reason. I don't agree with anything Bill Maher's. Hardly ever. I watch his show almost every week is pushing boundaries. And I'm always going to be interested in people who are going to say that things that people other people are scared to say, and that doesn't mean it's okay to have any kind of violence or hate speech or anything under that terminology. But according to the federalist which all candidates my husband runs. There's now the people who couldn't will host the Oscars now include Tiffany haddish, Donald Glover, Sarah Silverman. John Stewart Tina Fey, Dave Chapelle and Stephen Colbert, according to things that they've said in the pathway, everybody's now the Kevin Hart rule. I just don't know who's. Gonna be hosting inside the four year old. Get it or job juggler or something like that. For office. No one wants to be as public as they used to be. This is a real problem. I think this should be a wakeup call for everybody. Everybody. We'll be right back. Necked of view exclusive, Michael Bloomberg talks about giving the White House a wakeup call that could save the world. And if he has his eye on the Oval Office in twenty twenty. Honest, unflappable oneness what could Luke Bryan Tim tebow, Kellyanne Conway and Raza offline all be talking about find out on journeys of faith, a podcast where we learn what faith means to some of the most
Paris assesses damage from the city's worst riot in a decade
"The voices of John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman has made two hundred seventy two hundred seven million dollars worldwide in second place. Universals the grandch- brought in seventeen million dollars in its fourth week in third place creed to brought in sixteen million dollars in its second weekend and fantastic beasts crimes of Griswold fell to fourth place. He's your markets are trading higher at this hour, the Asia Dow is up just over two percent. The Nikkei the main market in Japan is up one point three percent. And the Hang Seng in Hong Kong is up. Two point one percent. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. Welcome to letting USA. I'm mighty Hassan. And he grew up in a small town outside of Mexico City when she turned fifteen she had Kenyatta and one of the members of Raquin sick court was a local boy, she didn't know him. Really? Well, he's name was one Carlos, but he started showing up early for her cels. And then he didn't stop showing up even after the party had passed. He kept
The Howard Stern Show
Sarah Silverman, Jimmy Kimmel, & Ike Barinholtz Wish Ronnie a Happy Birthday The Howard Stern Show
"The word stern show. Hey, this is I- Barunholtz happy sixty nine I they run to the only man who will blow up the candles and shimmer possess baby. Yeah. Ronnie, it's Jimmy Kimmel. I just wanted to say happy sixty ninth birthday. We knew this day would come. We knew you probably come with it. And I want to say thank you on behalf of all of us for teaching us. How to fuck? Okay. Any runny? It's Sarah Silverman. Happy sixty ninth birthday. I wish I could be there. You are so special and you add so much to the show. And I was thinking the other day if you were to line up all the things you've put in your the year's end to end, you'd probably try to shut them up your s again, because you're sick bastard, Levy, Ronnie. Stern show.
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Sarah Silverman Says Louis C.K. Masturbated in Front of Her
"Of women who would enjoy this. Strong houses say no, no, no, there are. There are women. They're women out there that are sort of wired sexually, like dudes, ripe enough to imagine it's pretty small for so it's small, it's well less than seventy percent. It's a small percentage, but you know, Sara's pretty sexual and maybe she thought it was cool. Yeah, think I've met a few gals in my life who wouldn't wouldn't mind this, but I don't know. Louis I, my whole thing about dudes beating off in front of me. They gotta be under two hundred pounds. You You know know what what I I mean?
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Billy Ray Cyrus gets weed and a bong for his 57th birthday from daughter's boyfriend Lil Xan
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