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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Okay. Leonardo DiCaprio and something. I can't imagine she wrote it before the episode with four seconds to spare young young. I was like a teenager. Is Lena took swimming? My God how old is dropped out of high school and moved across the gold. My God why thank you for having never seen lady bird stuff next dragged me journey. Thanks for coming on Lady Bird as well response. Rebecca thanks for being here contractually obligated to Steph Jennifer you WanNa know where fine you stuff you got going on. You know I've stopped. Oh yeah I have a new album coming out Sketch album sketch comedy It's out January. Thirty first. My schedule was called lady stash albums called older and Whiter and it will be an all streaming things. Drake's get this'll be out either by February sixth or February. It'll be finally on investigation. Discovery Channel News wrote. Just find me on Instagram at underscored Jenny Jennings thank you guys. Thank you for listening. Thank you once again to Mr Brady. Here for a titanium script refunds transcripts. We've had And come to the show in Brooklyn at Union Hall on February Sixteenth. Yup for then come get tickets when you hear this tickets right then because it please just please give tickets. So I hate stressing over so much We have Mike Drucker and Shane Torres. And Jean Grey. It's going to be so fun and we got live music. They're going to be doing live podcasts. As Well Union Hall February Sixteenth at U-haul in Brooklyn and. Also we just got a date for a live show in Los Angeles as well and I believe it's going to be March twelfth so if Solomon Giorgio. Doing that more people will be so. Just follow the show on instagram and twitter. Just follow follow show. It's easiest way to see about the tickets to live shows. Starlings podcast network..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"A Mazar can people find you. Witter Graham at miles of grey also on four twenty day fiance with Alexandra talking about ninety fiance. That comes out Wednesday's so check that podcast. I was Jamie Loftus X.. ESQUE Air Horn. Yeah Super Producer Dan. let's see. I like from past guests. Pala Vegan It says it's time to take back our power ladies after a man goes down on you. Ask Him if he came the great a couple of tweets. I've been enjoying Taylor. Teigen tweeted a picture of these very specific shoot like Thick soled heel kind of coach. Loafer things then. Everybody were Back in the early two thousands. And you just said these are going to change. Everything for me Me Two thousand two. I respect Elissa in Paris tweeted on one clothing. Purchase away from being happy. I bet and Solomon Giorgio tweeted I support Bernie Sanders but I don't want to talk to any white people about You can find me on twitter at Jack. Underscore O'Brien you can find us on twitter at daily Zeitgeist. We're at the daily on instagram. We have facebook fan page and and a website daily Zeitgeist dot com post our episodes and our footnote Marie link off to the information that we talked about in today's episode as well as the song we ride out on Muslim Since you said Gary Low Brian as your Aka I was playing Gary Low this morning. who is in Italian born Spaniard. who like was making like Italian disco in the eighties but was like recording in like English? His accent accent was like Super European but he was using the stage name Gary Low anyway. The reason why people talk about him is that his song I want. You is like basically the foundation for the washed-out Soundtrack. Feel it all around. which is the Portland theme song? So if you want an interesting look into a very interesting time of music. Checkout Gary Low but this is Gary Low I want you alright Also yes so that was one the other AK was.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"A Mazar can people find you. Witter Graham at miles of grey also on four twenty day fiance with Alexandra talking about ninety fiance. That comes out Wednesday's so check that podcast. I was Jamie Loftus X.. ESQUE Air Horn. Yeah Super Producer Dan. let's see. I like from past guests. Pala Vegan It says it's time to take back our power ladies after a man goes down on you. Ask Him if he came the great a couple of tweets. I've been enjoying Taylor. Teigen tweeted a picture of these very specific shoot like Thick soled heel kind of coach. Loafer things then. Everybody were Back in the early two thousands. And you just said these are going to change. Everything for me Me Two thousand two. I respect Elissa in Paris tweeted on one clothing. Purchase away from being happy. I bet and Solomon Giorgio tweeted I support Bernie Sanders but I don't want to talk to any white people about You can find me on twitter at Jack. Underscore O'Brien you can find us on twitter at daily Zeitgeist. We're at the daily on instagram. We have facebook fan page and and a website daily Zeitgeist dot com post our episodes and our footnote Marie link off to the information that we talked about in today's episode as well as the song we ride out on Muslim Since you said Gary Low Brian as your Aka I was playing Gary Low this morning. who is in Italian born Spaniard. who like was making like Italian disco in the eighties but was like recording in like English? His accent accent was like Super European but he was using the stage name Gary Low anyway. The reason why people talk about him is that his song I want. You is like basically the foundation for the washed-out Soundtrack. Feel it all around. which is the Portland theme song? So if you want an interesting look into a very interesting time of music. Checkout Gary Low but this is Gary Low I want you alright Also yes so that was one the other AK was.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"You're listening to comedy central the first thing you should know about me is that I am guest help. Thank you so much. I do great job at it. I I'm nailing it. I'm crushing gay is I was just sitting there one day being black. I was like you know what? Give me another thing. I can handle it. Yes, I'm also an immigrant for Mafra thoroughbred from the source. I came to America when I was a little diva. The being from Africa. It was also the first time I ever saw a white person. And my immediate thought was that's a black ghost. Mother this country's. Fiddled apparitions. Is that okay? Yes. Yes, I am a gay African which I assume means I can make aids from scratch. Oh, no. I shouldn't have done that. I should have not said that I do. I should wait. I can say whatever the hell I want I am black and k. Of. You can do about it. That was Solomon Giorgio from his album hormone grow homo negro hormone. Grow homo, negro superior. It's so hard for just a straight white guy to even float around without word you. So I would just like to say, homo and superior been Giorgio funny, funny kid, and then guess what? First of all in the call..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"What I interviewed Solomon Giorgio. It was after I'd spent a long time watching videos and listening to his comedy album, homo negro, superior, and it was a bit jarring because the self facing kind of sauce book guy that I interviewed sounded pretty different from the bold blunt performance style that he uses he's got this kind of comic, vanity and arrogance. My name is Georgio. That is my real name is my birthday, it is very beautiful name for obviously very beautiful, Matt. My last Georgia was the talent. And some people ask me Solomon how it doesn't African European last name. Well. Like a fairytale. Accepting this fairytale happens to be an Italian army occupation brutal civil war a few decades of famine and no happy endings. So. Fairy tales. However, my first name Solomon is a biblical name was actually given to me by my uncle move fos Attica, Tony so. Every comedian that I'm fan of sort of postured onstage. There was always a good Sean confidence about them like George Carlin. Margaret show rep aller, though, Rita redner was another one that I was obsessed with also watching like some more and like all these comedians on on comic view on BT. Like, there's there's all this confidence to speak with intention that I'm that. I was just obsessed with because the way they talk on stages. So like, it's like, it's it it's made my life for the better because I I needed that to help overcome my social anxiety. Like when I when I when I wanted to comedy, I was very much was like what can I do like, I was very much about brevity. And and and exuding. Arrogance. Like like, I joke about it on my as a person in conversation, but on stage, just it would be weird to see a six foot four African feeling questioning themselves, right? Right. But. So like, the so I didn't like I I tried like self deprecating here and there, but it's it seems like the strongest things I can do were when I sort of glorified myself. And maybe that onstage confidence is indicative of who Solomon Giorgio has actually turned into. I remember after my first Conan. I'd I talked to my mother, and my somebody showed her that performance showed her that performance, and we had a discussion and in it. She says she liked it. But she was embarrassed that I said I was gay, and I mainly stopped her inner tracks like you don't get to tell me that this is what I'm gonna do. And if you don't want to be a part of it, and that's your choice, and that's sort of decision that I've made with my parents, like you're only allowed a certain elements of me if you only if you accept who I am you're not going to get. And that's kind of how we are. We don't really fully. Gus things anymore, and we never have. But I definitely they definitely know that they're especially with my mother, there's she has no place to tell me what I shouldn't shouldn't be doing. And it's almost like like, I'm protesting against them anymore. But I definitely want them to understand that the past abuse is is is remembered, and I will get say whatever I want until the time. Are you hopeful about the future when it comes to your mental health? I'm definitely in a much stronger state mentally than I was my entire life. This is the best you've ever been. Yes. And it's getting better every day. It's sort of. I've gotten more to like I've thought I had no control over what what my life would be. And now, especially with age, I realize that I have a lot more control. And and that makes that's that in itself makes me feel significantly better. What do you know now about mental health and mental illness that you wish new along time ago? I did definitely knowing definitely knowing how normal it is how much other people are suffering would have been a big help. And how imperative is to talk about how you feel alowed. That's probably would have been like just knowing that I had a place, and where people were I wasn't of like some free coudn't could into deserve to be happy. Like, it's it was just is comprehensive. Like, it's just knowing that. I'm not alone. What have been the biggest help in the world?.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"But the more comics, I talked to the less essential, the audience release seems to be a stand up set that goes, well is about being calm and present inside one's own mind and body. It's a moment of agency over oneself that is so wonderful. When you've dealt with depression, which is an illness that steals you from you. And I have like I started performing when I was in elementary school based off of ESL recommendation help to help me lose my accent. It took me while to get get fully comfortable on stage. But whenever I whenever I performed whenever I did anything stage wise, it was the best I've ever felt. And it's such an immediate reward of you for you when you do well when you as a performer, so. And like, especially with comedy like, that's it's such. It's such a high like the amount of time. I'm just shaking like especially the first couple of years. I would when I did. Well, I would just be shaking in in joy for like two hours three hours. Maybe I just like I like that feeling was it's was stronger than drugs or any drug. I've ever take orgasmic every time. So I I it's it's hard to to turn away from and he turned toward it hard getting on stage. Anyway, he can working at his craft. It's one of those things that I'm always impressed. I don't know how to explain how to to respond to my work ethic questions because it's being from the family of immigrants. Not having a strong work ethic. Is it doesn't make any sense? It's not an option like laziness and not really that much of an ops. Like, I I generally feel like I am lazy comparison to what I see other people do especially like in like like as as abusive as my parents, aren't they worked hard. They were hard like they were. There was no time where I didn't see them working. So it's I digest that. I'm like, I'm glad I I I'm glad people have good work work at that. And I I'm sure I do but. In comparison. I'm probably the laziest. After five years in Seattle. Solomon Giorgio decided to take it to the major leagues and move to Los Angeles with some friends and roommates who are also comedians. They moved into what turned out to be a really good place. My neighbor is Showrunner for several shows. And he he got the job at SpongeBob squarepants, and they wanted newer voices. And he knew that me, and my roommates were all comedians like this all lot, and he just came up to our our porch one day. And it was like do you guys wanna ride for SpongeBob? I like, sure whatever, that's that's totally going to happen. And then the next day, we all got emails from Nickelodeon. Okay. This real thing. An actual thing. So that one was a fun coincidence. But the the rest. I was very like I was turning packets for years for many shows hoping one of them would would want me to work for them. And I got really close to a lot of like late night jobs, and but still to no avail SpongeBob was the first job that I was offered. And I was just weird coincidence and my comedy career was doing really well. So I was that was my main focus was just doing stand up. And this is all great writing for SpongeBob doing lots of stand up, but in entertainment, even when you're doing well that doesn't mean those times we'll ask forever. And as we've talked about before even the biggest achievements won't solve your problems, whereas performer again, like I said, you get these really big highs, which also meant that you got extreme lows like the I got a big out of it right after I did my. I cone in which was like three months like was like for four months. I was the most excited person in the world. I did I did I did my set, and I felt amazing. This is from Solomon's debut performance on Conan O'Brien's show in two thousand fifteen. I also I work at a fine dining restaurant because I may well-spoken ethnic homosexual. Very hot trendies days. You know? And it's a little painful for me because I am an immigrant from a third world country, and I have to do with foodie people call themselves foodies. All the time and God is not strike did on the spot. I wish this woman snap at me. And when I came up to her she goes, excuse me..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"Yeah. They got they got upset. I only dad was one that got the most upset. I don't know. It was because I said I was gay or the fact that saying the entirety of Papa don't preach immediately afterwards. It's a much longer song than you think. It is. What happened when you were a second grader threatening to kill yourself. Did that wake them up to any kind of mental health? Didn't find out about that one? Okay. And I think it's been one of those things they they still are open to lot of things right now. They're very much one aspect of me becoming mentally healthier later in life was realizing that I don't have to wait for my parents to be okay with things, and that is sort of kind of the how I function now is is not is not hoping for them to get something. It's hard to imagine. What life must have been like for Solomon back then and it's painful to imagine for Solomon Giorgio. It was too painful to stick around and at age seventeen he decided to run away to Los Angeles. There's just this need to escape the situation that I was in because most of my depression was not more school Basil's more family base. My parents were abusive I've dealt with a few sexual assaults from other family members that weren't direct line immediate family, but cousins and uncles and there for me, my fans situation was far more toxic than any other outside influence, and it just made sense to me that I could never come out to my parents or b the person I want to be and who did you want to be? I just wanted to be a famous game. And I wanted people to like me wanted for for me to fall in love people to fall in love with me as a person for me. There's always going to be a dark cloud f I was with my family the time. How did you get tally? I I extorted money from my mother's Bank account K A. And I in the middle of the night. I got in a cab with all of my belongings because I was very fancy transient. And they I just took the I got to the ground station. I took a bus known question me. I was very tall seventeen year old. And that's like I like I plan for a couple of months, and it just all sort of fell everything fell into place, and I showed up to LA after twenty hour greyhound ride. And I was like all right. It's time to start your new life here. He steps off a bus in Hollywood does not get spotted by a talent agent and does not become a movie star. But is in Hollywood. House around the corner from the Chinese theater, and I stayed at a hostel there for a month until my money ran out, and they the the adult of the place sort of. Took care of me and snuck me in for an additional month. And then they eventually like, well, you definitely need to be taken care of. So they they took me to a shelter. Not like rod right off of Cohen guy in Hollywood. And I was there for a few weeks, and they wanted to send me back home, and I was very much against that. And I ended up at a shelter another shelter in men is that was specifically for for prostitute ex prostitutes and strippers of the age of eighteen even though I wasn't either one of those the owner of the place could for sure tell that was a closeted gay teen. So she's like, all right? You you're gonna be safe here? LGBTQ youth make up between five and ten percent of the youth population overall but up to forty percent of the homeless youth population. This according to the Williams institute at UCLA conflicts with parents over orientation or gender, identity are the biggest reasons why they run away or are kicked out abuse said home is right up there too..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"I mean, they have to be doing something right because they came up with his great character that you love. So you would want a mortgage quality for the sake of diversity. Here's my line. Just so, you know, I'm all for diversity. I am all for diversity doesn't just mean. Log into a second. I'm all for diversity by not going to get it at the expense of quality. I I people it sounds so dumb. We're talking about comedy. But it's an art form you other Sates art form or or you don't and I do. And if it's an art form. The different rules apply. Then just entertainment. Okay. Part of what matters to our form. Is what the artist wants to put out is more important than fucking what you want. You know, if if arcade fire wants to come with the fuck in Ireland beat and that's what they're into. You can't say you can't do that. Because that's why we want from you. You get what they get. You can critique I don't like it. But never like you shouldn't be able to do this. This is wrong too. If you're an artist your quality of your product has to be. The most important thing. It it. It cannot be mortgaged for no matter. What with that? There are still different things. You might wanna try like, I don't want just to hacky jokes. You know? I'm sure I have some hacky jokes in my repertoire just wanna do those. So I wanna like grow and do different types of things. More honest off more revealing more interesting this hour is going to be all about Judaism. That's something I'm wanting to tackle. But I cannot do that at the expense of quality. I can't just give serious sermon about Judaism for an hour. That's not quality enough for me that would be giving up quality for the sake of of of of something else. Some other my qualities laughs for sure. I can give up some laughs. If it's something super interesting. But you know, you have to think about what you're line is think about it not just randomly go into it. So I do want diversity and not just say now not just of race or gender. That's how a diversity is to me. When LIZA that our story on this is not happening. It wasn't so much as she was a woman, but she was also telling a story of young person. You know, really a drunk really what her story was drunk wreck. And it was great. I loved it. But like always. Black man who went to prison doesn't have that story in them. And. Let's see who else. Big j doesn't have either those stories and Andrew w k has a separate. Experience. So I wanna diversity of experience always a deacon Byron Bowers where they're both black men have very different upbringings. You know? Oh, and Gary Owens, excuse me has more similar upbringing. Two. Girls, a black comics what I'm say, he does black comedy. He even though he's white. So as race is not as interesting to me as his experience, Jim Jefferies growing up in stralia beating fuck and. Oh, here's a better example Solomon Giorgio who's talked about seeing as mom fucking slice. Open. A cow's neck in the story. I mean, that's a way different life experience. Then all these Dc going to prison and awaiting a of my stories never grew up in a rural area like that fucking Africa Jesus. You understand? So my race doesn't really matter as much to me. As different experiences. But. Those are sometimes linked, you know, the black experience, it's not all them. But it is some of them. It's many of them and they're different than the white experience female experience, though, some overlap. You know, a female basketball player in the WNBA has way more similar experience to a male basketball player than they do to LIZA. You know? But generally, you'll have overlap type stuff upper middle class Jews have a lot of similar experiences. Not all the same. But a lot of similar ones. So that's another thing that goes into a class. So I want that diversity also along with diversity. I the way I'm just saying this because I feel like every once in a while just wanted on record. Along with the diversity of experience. I also want I'm here to entertain that's part of the art form is entertained. I think that's what makes actual art is entertaining while saying your piece..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I don't usually get to have that because you know only only a few folks live near me, but David is one of them now that said David's house does not have a number on it as far as I can tell does it. I'm sorry, I am pretty sure it doesn't have a number on it. And the only way I could tell that David's house is the front door was open, walked up to the front door. You don't live in fear at my house. I looked in the front door. I could kinda see around. I climbed up the front stairs I looked in. There's the beautiful Salomon Giorgio taken a nap on the self. I said, I found the right place. Solomon Giorgio is napping here than it is then it is the home of one David board. That's where I live. Yeah, that's the dream machine around the corner. That's me. Have a pinball machine in the hat. I saw the pinball machine that looked good. Yeah. What would talk about the acquisition of the pinball machine and what's what's on it? Is it a branded machine? Isn't it? Family is a twilight zone. It's like ads tech. It's like a like a carnival game kind of like vibe. It's our neighbor gave it to us. He's a nice guy. One day he came over and we replaced all the rubber on the bumpers and whatnot. Really. You place the rubber bumpers? Yeah. The rubber ball, your real rubber baby buggy model. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'd say so. I'd say so. Into investing. Sorry, Jordan, I don't mean to derail. Your series of funny noises Sherry. But you say your neighbor came over and brought you a pinball machine while he had? He had brought us the pinball machine long before when we replace the rubbers. Okay. So he's kind of a wacky guy. Like it? Yeah, he's out there tinkering. He's always out there doing weird stuff. So what's up com. Cool. Yeah. Kyle's cools. Towncar. He has a pinball machine. He's like, can you guys got these? He's got a bunch of shit in their man. What else does he got in there is he got like a boat not in there, but he has all kinds of old weird machines. Oh, he's always rewiring them and tinkering on. That's great. Yeah, I'd love to have a rear rewire or next all man. He's great. He's yeah, he's, he makes me feel handy. I'm not, but there was a guy who lived next door to me two doors down for me as a kid who was always working on a Plymouth valiant is just a classic garage grandpa, and I just thought it was the greatest shit. I still, I'm like my like I'm getting a flush, like I'm aroused by the thought of his. Grant pattern Melia snus I can't get a sense. I get a sense of Kyle's age as he grandpa, or is he a like cow's grandpa age, but he has a pony to. Okay. Oh, yeah, that'd be. Yeah, I think that goes without saying, oh, you blows. Yeah. Off Sam post. Yeah, he's a good. So yeah. So what else is in there besides besides pinball machine? There's this weird animatronic. Oh shit. It's like it's like an animal. He built it. It's like a robot guy for the folks who can't see David, which is everyone everyone, but he's doing a great enemy trend. My voice this, yeah, watch out Haley. Joel Osmond. Hi. Yes, he the Galea laws. Do you think. Yeah. This is this this thing that Kyle's buildings it gorgeous like Jude law. It's no, it's not Jude law gorgeous. No, we saw Jude law when we were when we were doing press for bubble at the comic con Jude law walked by, does it. He's fucking breathtaking. Yeah, he's a. On a shooting league or it's crazy. Anyway. Sorry, I didn't mean to bring up evil robot Jude law. The mood twenty wasn't evil, wasn't he was he was a prostitute who was a prostitute. That's what I think he robot prostitutes are brave robot sex workers, literally that line produced with a golden heart. Yeah. Okay. So he's got an animatronic what? It's this guy that he just knows. That he knows press never any like says stuff. Yeah, this guy Kyle's a wacky guy your, he's a wild of creating his own Cecchi cheese band out of his friends. Also always over there. Like why Aren weird stuff. He's just always getting..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"If you know, I don't like magic number saying that I can't imagine, but there's these people who indicate Williams are the way I tuned into cow Williams tune into. I watched. I watched a cat. Cat has achieved levels that none of cheap, but there are there are white people and maybe even say it, but believe it like my dad probably isn't watching cat Williams spend all, but I mean, let's cat Williams is a very specific demographic, but no. But what I'm saying like there there are white people that will go is just not for me. You know, people just have the balls to say it about women, like women are funny, and I think it's even when you say, like even when this person not used says that it's kind of like, well, you don't. You're talking about something you don't know. You know, it's kind of like if I was like, you know, who's dumb NASCAR fans. That's not true. That's a stereotype. You know, a lot of them are stupid. Lot of fans of classical music or stupid doesn't matter. People look at me and they go, I'm. Not only bro comics, right? And I go, I go, okay. Like I've heard you say that when my best game out jerk. Some guys obviously in all fan was like, once again, networks gives us special to a broke enough of this fucking had alpha male testosterone, and I was like, well, you definitely didn't watch any. You're and you're a or not and be like, I, I really think that that feeling when some people get when when a woman gets on stage and they're like, boo, in their mind, that's insecurity on their part. And that's, that's that's not having a good happy sense of self. You and I know exactly how bad we stand you and I know all the bad things we've done and how shady we've been mistakes we've made. And so it's like, I'm not. I don't care who gets up on that stage. It's just like as long as you're funny, you know, I don't think I'm special because I'm a white man, and I know you don't either, and it's like it's so funny because you'd call yourself if I saw this picture of you shirtless with a beer. Sure. But it's like, that's, that's your. Natural element and you're not, you're not going. People don't like football can suck my dick. Yeah, that's my time to anyone writes something off. Like, you know, like it happened a lot when I started with people not like in the all seen. Yeah, like Menendez some really brilliant. I tell you, you have one of my all time favorite openers of all time and I collect them in my brain. I collect the first lines of comedians in my head, dude. I'm just steel and on the road. No. Like like a like Solomon Giorgio, he had one where he was. He's like, I'm I'm African enga- which means I could make aids from scratch, boom, right wanted great. Fuck in line. So genius and it's so dark and it's so awful. You know, I love it. So what a granny says it and you know, like Saul Solomon's, you know, like a, he looks like a gay model, and so he's just like, well, here's something about me, you know, and it's just make how cracked I remember going to Dublin's when I first moved to LA with with Canadian cow Canadia and Jeff clanger and we were there and it was. It was back when it was like, fuck in Dane, Cook's house Dane, Cook's house. You know, you can do anything you watch that. Yeah, remember those days. But you were one of the guys going up? I and you just ran out and stage. You go, hey, I'm gonna fucking butcher it, but I've said it to a lot of friends where my favorite. 'cause I love. I love an opening line that people go. All right. Whatever else you have to say. I drank right now that I, that I did it on. Fly and I don't remember it and I start opening with the now do it because you went outside. You're just like, I just take a shit. So messy..

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Q95

"This is bob and tom extra very much on your left you'll see these cosby our engineer funked out tired all this all this talk about the funding your funked out i am punked out okay many people think you're fucked up well it's not eleven o'clock yet let's get our priorities straight here sitting in for josh we have comedian pat god when i love the clean funk amana guitar and a man looking for a date that's why i wrote christie leah song i'll do it later here wedding now also is solomon giorgio comedian hey solomon how's it going he's this that is a red jacket if you notice the way we're all dress kind of muted colors any sort of colors i like i like to pop up in the morning that's how i say awake i pop last night oh good hear about it color my kids to me all the time mommy need a papa color okay you don't have any pops a color do you don't have like a yellow shirt collar or papa color of color no errors papa collar pop your collar can do that but no i'm i go talk located caller solomon yeah i saw your set on ramon inkatha was great well thank you so much you speak english very well and i bring up this is fair if you saw someone kona this is terribly fair yes no this english is your second language well it's my fourth show off but it's yeah but i've been i've been in america's like four years old so no discernible accent i should hopefully have figured it out by then where where what part of america did you grow up i actually when we came to the states i was i was a little kid we lived in st louis missouri for couple of years then fresno california for seven and i lived in seattle the longest sixteen years and no one is there a saint louis accent per se i don't think so really not well josh is from saint louis he doesn't have i think he does have a is there a little i can't pull it up but yeah i think there is some sort of where did you come from originally my family is actually we are ethiopian and yes nigerian 'cause chicks i did the did the the the gen your back your genetic background yeah three percent nigerian or cameroonian scientists have not i have within the error range i don't think so i i have my mom she's my twenty three and me she lets me know exactly i'm from every day i'm not gonna guess sweden i'm no dna authority solomon giorgio is our guest once he got a great set on conan originally from ethiopia did you get some food in the break room i'm worrying oh you know what i'm very full i'll let you know i mean some exquisite eight theo pinson dishes they keep saying that and i'm scott give it a try very delectable restaurant right up the road there is if there's a restaurant in your general area she's been to a lovely meal not been there but i've always wanted to go i'll take you is there here wedding i can take you guys i is there a particular dish the opium ethiopian food is it's very spicy is i've never actually eaten at a restaurant because i'm worried that they've turned it down for americans and i'm like nah i'm not here for that i want my mom she would make our food extra spicy since we're really young she did not care about our chest i've never met a toilet seat i've not had to hold uhhuh the opium and he probably shouldn't have mentioned that because kinda suffering i had the thai food last night the special fried lobster and i am wonderful you went to with with a hot curry sauce how suffer okay well we were attorney christie lee is at the news desk now what did you have over there you want to talk about in addition to.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And if you see other gay people all my god it is tough competition out there is a donnas his roaming the earth i'm obviously a straight 10 easily a gay 4 it is not solomon giorgio from his debut stand up comedy album hormone negro superiore he's touring all over the country right now we'll have linked to his dates up on our website just go to the bullseye page at maximum fund out of work finally last but not least stella alonzo she's a veteran stand up comedian you might remember her from the abc sitcom krystelle at a trailblazing show in which he was the first latina to create produce right and star in her own program when she was on bullseye earlier this year we talked about her formative years growing up in south texas her mom was undocumented they didn't have electricity and they bathed from a bucket that they filled with a neighbour's hose this passive timbre chris a joined me and a bunch of other maximum fun listeners for a trip out to the poconos from exfund connie east here's a little bit from her said i don't like talking to people i like talking to people more now just because i don't know what they're gonna say i was at a nail fullon ended a woman was like praising trump and i'm like please don't ask me a question that will start a lengthy conversation right she's during my nail she's like oh are you from india okay i've got two choices i can lie and say that are in from india and hope she shots up or it could be like no i'm mexican blah blah blah all right so i was like amend ian thank you that's it right all what part of india.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He didn't mention he was gay this time oh need it you'll hit ghani i enjoyed your appearance on npr you talked a little bit too much about how you were gay also you mentioned how i can't it seems like more than you'd huge na uh fine let's hear some more comedy from my guest solomon giorgio in his new album homo negroes who your this is a solomon talking about his response to folks who uh use their religion to justify prejudice against lgbt people what has definitely been tall is that got hates me yet he made me look like a perfect angel tyga minute look up and down find that law there isn't one a check for thirty five years you see these lakes you see that you have to fire them because they joe i quit the stupid joking 9 out figure rift the fire because we don't quit as i am that but the but the thing that's really the thing that's really magical about that to me and it's on the road i always enjoy when you go up on stage is you know it's obvious from the moment you go on stage and especially because europe often obliged to kind of described yourself immediately so folks know how to parse the situation you know you are you here you are in your you know your gay you're black you're an immigrant you have like this whole set of stuff right and so you a big part of your act is wouldn't it be great and funny if a guy who was in all of those weird and difficult cultural positions came out and acted like all of that was the greatest most wonderful thing in the world and he was just the best yeah well you know it's it's what i try to do the record share of you've you've really struck an easy and elegant luggage suck a long time to make this comfortable an easy to look at a and it's f i i'm i'm not gonna kid myself i'm not gonna i'm not i'm not the worst thing to look at as you say as you say iraq the straight ten gays yeah there the gave people are very attractive uh in general so.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up all talk with jk simmons more about us eight about happier stuff too like his time singing in a smash hit broadway revival of guys and dolls ridiculous i remember the would set a box office records the day after we open the review was on the front page of the new york times not the front page of arch checked the front page of the beer two then solomon giorgio he's a brilliant stand up comedian he's got a new album out it is fantastic and let's be frank solomon his very handsome man took a long time to make this comfortable an easy to look at and it's a f i i'm i'm not gonna get myself i'm not i'm not a i'm at the worst thing to look at then i'll tell you about one of the most powerful in plain spoken songs about poverty you'll ever here it's all coming up on bullseyes let's go it's balls i i'm jesse thorn jaeki simmons used to be the kind of guy you'd call on when you need a character actor who could really commit to the party even if it's just for a scene or to maybe it's a psychiatrist on law and order in a turtleneck on a sport coat maybe be covered in tattoos to play a white powered jail gang leader or getting jacked up in the gym to play commissioner gordon than the justice league but now he's kind of coming into his own in 2014 he starred alongside miles taylor in the critically acclaimed drama whiplash it got him an academy award for best supporting actor he's also the star of the new filmed the bachelors sat now in it simmons plays a math teacher named bill palette has just lost his way wife she's trying to move past day and one day bill wakes up and he decides it's time for a big change so he and his son wes move out to california bill takes a job at a private school the transitions tough narrowly makes bill more depressed here's a little bit of the movie jay case character is trying to plant a garden in his front yard but so far all he has done is dig a giant hole a.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Jason minutes his new movie the bachelor is available to rent and buy online now check it out there if you're interested in owning b j jona jamieson action figure with trademarked desk pounding action it can be bought on ebay for as little as eighteen dollars a small price to pay for hours of family friendly entertainment it's walls i i'm jesse thorn my next guest is solomon giorgio he's a standup comedian from seattle via fresno via st louis via sudan and ethiopia where his parents were born these days he lives here in los angeles he's appeared on conan on the meltdown with john and komail last call with carson dale it he has a really unique presence on stage sometimes vulnerable and sincere talking about childhood trauma the way that somebody like i dunno maria bamford or something my but at the same time there's also this kind of audacious nece to him he'll strike oppose and talk about how perfect his five gap is and i i don't know what it is but when he does that you just believe him i mean the man can sell a joke earlier this year he got his own comedy central special he also released his debut record homo negro superior wore one of our favorites this year here's a bit from the beginning my name is on a georgia that is my real name as my birth name isn't very beautiful name for obviously a very beautiful man.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Research it seemed to me that you know obviously were setting this in in the current day whatever you're that film was made two thousand um but that more than any other character that j john jameson was a bit of a throwback even to kind of a preston sturgis kind of a vibe and and and the character that needed to be most sort of directly ripped off the pages of the comics will continue my conversation with jk simmons after a quick break stay with us plus later on he brilliant comedian solomon giorgio it's bull's eye for maximum fund at org and npr support for this podcast and the following message comes from the npr wind club discover handselected winds for the holiday season learn the stories behind each one in enjoy unique bottles inspired by your favorite npr shows all with the convenience of home delivery a special welcome offer includes a bottle of weekend edition cabernetsauvignon if you're twenty on or older join in the funnpr wind cluborg it's bull's eye on jesse thorn i'm here with jk simmons he's an oscar winning actor he starred in whiplash justice league and the new film the bachelors which is out now i am uh not a collectibles guy but my friend jordan told me not that long ago about something fit that i've really geld close to my heart ever since which is there was an action figure from the spiderman movies of j john jameson desk pounding action yes.

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"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"solomon giorgio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Coming up all talk with jk simmons more about odds eight about happier stuff too like his time singing in a smash hit broadway revival of guys and dolls there was ridiculous hit remember the would set a box office records the day after we open and the review was on the front page of the new york times not the front page of the arts sector the front page of the new york times then solomon giorgio he's a brilliant stand up comedian he's got a new album out it is fantastic and let's be frank solomon his very handsome man it took a long time to make this comfortable an easy to look at and it's f i i'm i'm not going to give myself i'm not i'm not i'm not the worst thing to look at ben i'll tell you about one of the most powerful in plain spoken songs about poverty you'll ever here it's all coming up on both sides let's go it's balls i i'm jesse thorn jk simmons used to be the kind of guy you'd call on when you need a character actor who could really commit to the party even if it's just for a scene or to maybe it's a psychiatrist on law and order in a turtleneck and of sport coat maybe be covered in tattoos to play a white powered jail gang leader or getting jacked up in the gym to play commissioner gordon and the justice wake but now he's kind of coming into his own 2014 he starred alongside miles taylor in the critically acclaimed drama whiplash it got him an academy award for best supporting actor he's also the star of the new film the bachelors south now in it simmons plays a math teacher name bill pal it is just lost his wife trying to move past it and one day bill wakes up any decides it's time for a big change so he and his son wes move out to california bill takes a.

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