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Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | Last week

Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

"Gary Welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. Well, can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, we we all loved growing up, right? Yeah. I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. A popular child with choice of of many, and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, ten, two, hundred, eighteen categories, but magic spoons. Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. How do you achieve that? Correct? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. Blend of protein slits, we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn Syrup, or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. Ingram comes from natural flavors. Basically Ryan's depending on ever. We have a obliterate flavor, for example, some of us. Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. So not really adding any sugar but are You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For example, the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. Even. Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So it's it's quite impressive and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. Can you talk more about that direct? So he's a blend of. Highly Sunflower oil, and then avocado oil. Basically, you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, of course, was high quality. Fatty Acids rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil pretty different from regular Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. And of course, avocado oil very healthy as well. Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, and now that in recent years, the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, stand on that. Do you now that? Yeah, they're good impact which is why we chose them. So Chicago halls are generally very good. So bunch of using things like A. Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. So obviously, stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, and so we wanted to avoid those issues, which is why you chose these three. Got It. So

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The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

ESPN Daily

07:25 min | 2 weeks ago

The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.

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Video Invades Photography

LensWork

06:52 min | Last month

Video Invades Photography

"In. The last couple of weeks there have been several significant camera announcements and they have me scratching my head. Canon introduced the new are five and are six and the big feature in both of those cameras is improved ability to do video, and shortly on the heels of the are five in the are six came the announcement of the. Sony. A seven s three, which is again, very heavily oriented toward video production. In fact, the last update for my Panasonic Jeanine was mainly about some video features and same thing with g h five improving video features that camera g h five is basically sold as a video camera. And the reason all of this has me scratching my head. Is because. I don't know how many photographers are that interested in video evidently must be a lot. But maybe because I'm so photography centric both with my own work and with Lens Work, the idea that my camera shoots video is. Basically. Unimportant to me if my camera had no video capabilities I, don't think I'd care. But. There's no question. There is pressure I. Guess that's the way I perceive it. Anyway, there is pressure being put on still photographers to embrace video for reasons that I guess I don't understand I was never in my youth tempted to pick up an old bolic's sixteen millimeter movie camera and try to make movies. When VCR's came out and we suddenly had cameras that could record on videotape I was never tempted to try to use. Of VHS camera to make artwork video something I, enjoy I watch television I watch movies, we all do I suppose but I was never motivated to WanNa make. Videos and partly I think because there's so many differences between video and still photography. That this intersection between equipment so that you can have a hybrid camera. Seems to me to be putting legs on a snake. It's not of any interest to those of us who are still photographers unless you're seduced into being interested in it, but it's a completely different thing for example. The most obvious difference between video and photography is that video is time based. You consume video by abandoning yourself to it's time orientation, and if a video is five minutes or ten minutes or three hours long. It takes you that long to see it. Photography is not photography. I explain. I'm going to use photography as meaning still photography. So I have to say still photography every diamond the rest of the podcast i. hope that's okay. Photography to me is not in the least time based, you can spend ten seconds looking at a photograph. You can spend ten minutes looking at a photograph. The viewer is in control of the time they are not in control of the time in a video. Okay. Yes. You can probably rewind video if you WANNA watch a certain passage of it over again but the presentation of the ideas and the visuals is completely out of our control is a viewer that makes these two media as different as different can be. Video has jump cuts were you go from one visual to the next visual and oftentimes they will do that. For example, in a conversation with the audio track not jump cutting just the video track jump cuts, but the audio is continuous. and. So there's a certain herky-jerky nece to video that can be problematic. It's not comfortable from a visual point of view. If you really want to look at the visual, it gets taken away from you at the next jump cut and it seems to me like the jump cuts are happening faster and faster and faster in the last ten or twenty years. Conversely. Photography offers us the possibility of lingering as long as we want, and we're in control of when we go to the next image whether that's in a book or a gallery presentation again as different as different can be. Next. Video does not translate to my favorite photographic medium, which is books. Photography does. Okay video can be translated to a laptop or to an ipad or something like that. But it's not the same as a book when I sit down with the book for example, I know exactly how much there is just by looking at how thick the book is with video I have no idea unless they tell me how long it is. So it's a variable commitment on my part that I'm basically jumping into and I don't know how long this is going to take unless I specifically look it up. And also with the book. I can have text I can read things or not read things there can be. Passages that have. Only with no images so that it gives me a different and unique experience where I can sort of recall images in my mind's eye while I'm reading the text, which you basically can't do when you're watching a movie. You can't recall a different image than you're seeing on the screen unless you I suppose you could close your eyes but no one does that. So. If photography has a destination of book and video does not where do you view video while you're going to view it in a movie theater you're going to view it on television you're going to view it on a computer screen. Photography. Can Be displayed on a computer screen but I don't ever recall seeing a photographic exhibition in a movie theater at her or really do I recall seeing one broadcast on television You could put a slide show I, suppose on you television, but even that's not exactly the same thing but. Sort of I mean there's a little bit of cross fertilization there. But although we can put. Still photographs on a TV screen, we can't put a video in

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Content Creators Prepare for Possible US Ban on Tiktok

Gadget Lab Podcast

04:14 min | 2 months ago

Content Creators Prepare for Possible US Ban on Tiktok

"Actually do lurk on to talk a little bit. Through the web truth. Out. I haven't installed the APP. Don't have an account, but I do like. Are you clicking on twitter that what it is on Instagram so somebody will post a tiktok video to twitter, and then I'll click through a watch it and then I'll see what else is showing me and something that I've noticed especially like in the last couple of weeks. Is that when I watched the most popular videos? The ones that have like tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of different engagement metrics. Is that the creators will often like start or end the video by saying like Joe This be shutting down so goes subscribe to my youtube. You know and wondering like. Going to happen are these creators who also have a presence on Youtube had they set up a presence on Youtube, or is it the other way around like the youtubers who are using Tiktok? Because it's the hotter platform I think it's the former so i. think it's that they are proactively trying to make sure that some of their audience has another way of reaching them, but I think. Think it's kind of like for a lot of these creators that take Takashima the main outlet that they have, but if you're Superfan, will also follow the money, instagram or like. If you liked the two minute, they put on tectonic like you can go watch the monetize ten minute video on Youtube, but those I think are kind of for super fans a lot of times when I. I click on a talk creators instagram profile. It will say like Hey, like I have five hundred dollars on Tiktok like hey, if you found me from Tiktok, like follow me here so I. Definitely think it's not really that they grew their platform elsewhere. A lot of them are too young. I think people forget that like instagram is really liked driven by your existing Social Network Youtube is. Is the videos are the wrong way? You know it's very desktop driven, so if you are used to making stuff on your phone, it doesn't really make sense. It's not super obvious how to kind of translate that to other platforms as his early of course, plenty of them do, but I think that Tiktok sort of is something different now one wants to watch a ten second dancing. On Youtube really one of the things that's unique about tiktok to. You is just the way people are actually encouraged to copy each other I. Don't know if copying word exactly, but they're encouraged to like participated in the judge meet. Challenge, do some version of it or interpretation of it, and so now I've watched like dozen videos of people you know holding their cat to their ears and going up. The Queen is coming right. You're not going to experience it the same way without seeing the TIKTOK but like. People do really creative different interpretations, and that's one of the things that I really like whereas I think. If you see twelve of the same videos on Youtube, you're like okay, who? WHO's stealing whose idea here? I think people forget is a kind of early on people describe. Tiktok this way, but everyone kind of forgot it is that it's like Youtube, but with spotify in right, so they were really smart to like have these relationships with the record labels? There's also been problems with pirated content, but they made these relationships with me musical artists and with labels that. That you have those sound clips right like that was a huge part of it that you don't have on youtube usual. Silence your video. Keep trying to take some music right like it's a very different environment where that's not really part of it, yeah, the sound clips are huge i. don't know about you, but I definitely have brain worms from them just. So speaking of other platforms if Tiktok his. Does this end up. Meaning more power for Facebook, buy Instagram, considering how much facebook already rules are social existences while they're also going to release this new APP that's Tiktok knockoff called reels. So we will see if that has any traction. I think that it's more likely to have traction if To talk is bad, and there was also some activity from the founders of vine that they got a boost in new users recently because people came to their new APP bite. because. They thought that Tiktok was going to be banned. So people are getting a little bit more into bite, so yeah, I do think there's a chance that this ends up being kind of a boon for tic talks, competitors and you're Mark Zuckerberg loves to talk about how scary China is. So I think these companies are aware of how can use the situation to their advantage.

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What It Was Like to Interview Wil Williams

Inside Podcasting

05:24 min | 2 months ago

What It Was Like to Interview Wil Williams

"Welcome to inside podcasting the show in which creators discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury? This is a post show episode in which I will speak with a special guest about last week's interview. If you haven't heard that episode in which I talked to podcast, critic and Creator Will Williams, I recommend you go back and listen to that first, and then come back and listen to the post show. Today my guess is Ariel Nissenbaum Latte. Welcome to the show aerial. I am excited to be here. Thank you so much for having me. You texted me asking to be on the show. I responded within ten seconds. Is that right you did did it was so sweet? And I could feel your enthusiasm Azam coming through my phone. I'm so glad an awesome moment. You never know like Don't really have the bandwidth or Don't have the bandwidth down. Nice so you do like one hundred different things in podcasting and so I'd love for you to introduce yourself then. Maybe you can also share with our listeners where you are right now. Yes, says it's unusual. Place I'll do that first so that the people know why. There are some strange sounds going on, so currently I, am at a farm in two harbors Minnesota. Minnesota, which is somewhere near Duluth, which is on Lake Superior, it is beautiful here I'm on a farm because I'm wolfing, which stands for a worldwide organization of organic farming I'm on my way across the US on a road trip and I thought this would be a fun stop, so if you hear chickens or pigs or dogs or cats or children that what's going on. This makes it so much more impressive that you said. Yes, excitedly to my invitation to come on this show. So I started ear. Buds podcast collective, which is a weekly email that sends a theme and five podcast episodes on that theme. Each week is curated by different person I also run a podcast. A companion to that newsletter called feedback with earbud sort of similar to what you do. Sky Inside podcasting newsletter and podcast, and then I also run another podcast called counter programming Sheron an Arielle. It's a distraction casts started during covid nineteen, and we talk about anything having to do with the word count or counter, so Count Dracula step counters, kitchen counters, anything you can imagine. We're also taking suggestions. I also work for cast box. Do Marketing and business development for them? They're podcast APP and then I help with the outlier podcast festival, and then I do anything that pops up. That has to do with podcasts because I love podcasts. It is very very impressive aerial. I'm so glad that you introduced yourself. Because I'm not sure I would have remembered everything so much, so I will also add on the sound front that the city that I live in chose today to pave our street, and so in addition to sounds of cows and pigs and children on areas, and you might hear on my end paving machines, going up and down and beeping, and doing all manner of things just really like twenty feet away from me, although it sounds pretty quiet at the moment, good, Luxemburgo is in charge of editing this. Exactly okay well, let's get to it We are here to talk about last week's show aerial. What? What did you think of last week's show yes? Oh, I know, will for a long time on twitter, and on other social media platforms, so to hear will chat about her work was really enlightening I. Have to admit that I am not the biggest consumer of audio drama slash audio fiction, and so listening to will talk about it was I opening for. For me I learned a lot, and then I learned a lot through you as well, and I imagine it was kind of some new materials you is that right absolutely and I mean that's one of the reasons. I I wanted to talk to her. Was that like you? I haven't listened to as much fiction, but also I think that someone who's making a fiction podcast has a really different the they're coming from a different creative place in some way. And there's obviously other things that are involved casting and you know working with actors is a completely different ballgame, so I was really excited to talk to her. For for that reason as as well as others mean actually I'll just go ahead and say it another reason why I was. Fascinated by what she was doing. Was that like me? She writes about podcast and. You know like Kerr. I decided to take the plunge and make a podcast and when you're writing about them there is this funny thing where you feel like. Is this supposed to sound like no what I'm doing or am I gonNA? Make giant mistake. And there's a little bit of risk I think with her situation. It's more risky than just doing an interview. Show that require scripts and. Things of that nature, but it was still I could still identify with her feelings of. This is a little risky. This is sort of putting myself out there in a way that I haven't put my out myself out there before and so. I felt a kinship with that and was excited to have her on the show for that

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Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:32 min | 2 months ago

Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

"Name's Josh Aaron Spangler. Iraq founder of Angelina restaurant and Tilson. And today I'm going to show about signature dishes temporary tomatoes with actually pester. It's a super simple recipe to make it. Takes a little bit of time, but it's something that you can. Join and go back to go along the ingredients a quite flexible, so feel free to use whatever you having a Lotta what I'm going to start with start with the tomatoes. So, we're going to dry tomatoes very slowly. Low, temper off, so we're going to start a hundred degrees. Stop Prohibiting. For the tomatoes look for good quality heritage tomato with thick skin. We're GONNA look for about five to seven cents meters across GonNa. CUT THEM IN HALF WITH AIN'T GONNA. Drizzle a little bit of sugar. That salt time secret ingredient in the restaurant news does she granules? Get those that's amazing, little bit of time in the spice, splendor and then they. As well, just a little bit like seasoning. One sprint coo over the tomatoes, and we placed them at a preheated of two hundred degrees as I, said previously. We leave those for an hour. And then offer an hour. We turned down to about seventy five degrees, and we leave that for four or five hours. I'm going to move on to how you make the Pesto so again. This is super flexible. Don't panic! There's one ingredient missing substitutive something similar. It's really from thing to make so we start with some newly put capers then add salted anchovies. We add a big handful of parsley when I mentioned, these ingredients are like to go by large handful all in equal parts and keep tasting as you go along together to how you like him a handful of. A handful of activities, a big handful of Parsley, big handful of mint. If you have a couple of she leaves, if not comply with any green hub to nine suppliers, colic, some salt and pepper, a little touch of olive oil and the show chef secret. If outs, ice keeps you keep a beautiful green color. Now I recommend trying to keep your Pesto as dry as possible, so you're gonNA have to have a spatula to have this going to be quite difficult to get going in the blender, but the hard work has really really worth it once you've made that. I would put aside at the Fridge and get your favorite book out rate for three hours white for those to cook. About half an hour before you're ready, we're GONNA. Make ourselves a really simple type per. And, that's with two hundred and fifty grams off cornflour or Either a walk just the same five hundred grams preferably of zero zero pasta flour. If no plane flying will work, and then lead of Soda Walter Secret Hair has gotten. As cold as you can't put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, we'll put it in the freeze of ten minutes, and the code is the better result you're going to get in. A Pan on the side can have a source preferably with a thick bottom and we're going to start. Some flour oil to fry that's. Where aiming for about one sixty five degrees, which means that if you're doing a small source panel I recommend taking the oil two hundred ninety degrees that way when you drop the tomatoes and the temperature of the oil withdraw. They're gonNA cook really nicely when she reached about hundred and eighty degrees. You've gotta work quite quickly so you the oil we're going to take those beautiful Tamalpais dry out the other. We're GONNA dipped in the batter, and then straight into the oil and we're GONNA flip them. I would say often about ten seconds. Every now and again. I should be ready in about two minutes. If you touch the players, a pair of metal tongues, you'll see that he starts to get crispy outside on. That signifies that they're ready to think cooked already, so don't worry about it. Smells is just worry about how crispy batter as

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The Toxicity of Ego with Jocko Willink

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:59 min | 2 months ago

The Toxicity of Ego with Jocko Willink

"I'm your host. Alex jet and today we have A. With Jaakko Willing Jaakko was a leader that has become a regular on this podcasting and a friend of our team. He's a retired Navy seal, and the CO founder of Echelon Front and his book leadership strategy and tactics is an absolute masterclass in the practical fundamentals of leading well, but at the core of every practice habit and mindset. The JAAKKO teaches is an idea that if you don't conquer your ego, it will conquer you. You know I was very lucky. In the fact that in my career I worked for some guys had big massive egos, and you wouldn't think that would be lucky, but it's very lucky because you get to see what drives them, and you get to see the impact that it has on the rest of the team, and so your ego is something that's constantly there and look. As you know from the book. That I caught me of leadership that I wrote that I'm not saying you shouldn't have an ego, and we all have ego and ego can be a very positive thing. It's what drives you to work hard toward drives you to want to win, but when you start letting your ego, drive your decision making process, and you start making decisions that satisfy your ego instead of helping out the team, and helping out your subordinates, and helping out the people above you in the chain of command. Allow those things to happen. You're going start to go backwards and you'RE GONNA end up in a bad position, so you absolutely have to keep going check. You have to be looking out for other people looking out for the team looking out for the mission and put yourself at the bottom of that list. And I think one of the topics that you really highlighted for me. I realized like okay man. You really have to remove your ego to achieve this. Is that topic of detachment so I'd love for you to dive into where you became aware, because it's almost like it's like the six cents thing that lots of people aren't even aware of so tells a little bit about where you became aware of this as a strategy, and then what it actually is Jaakko so I hate to make it sound like one moment in time I was enlightened and I figured it all out, because that's absolutely not true, and I'm still in the process of moving forward and trying to figure it out. That being said as I talk about in the book. Leadership Strategy and tactics. I was in my first seal platoon I'm a new guy and not only my new guy. I'm the most junior ranking guy and on top of that I'm the youngest guy so I have. Absolutely no, no reason to be speaking. You know being a new guy in a seal platoon. You keep your mouth shut. You do what you're told you trying to learn right? You're trying to learn. You're trying to figure things out. We had been going through our pre deployment workup so doing land warfare and doing urban combat, and doing close quarters combat in jungle training, and we'd been through all those blocks of training, so I was progressing down the path of being a good seal, and we went on one trip. We were going to clear oil rigs, big oil rigs in southern California off the coast. You know in case were overseas and an oil rig gets taken over by bad guys. We can go take it back. So we're training for that mission and. We start off small just by how we're going to get onto the oil rig, we practice getting onto the oil rig. Then we start actually moving through the oil, rig and oil rigs are these crazy complex structures, and as you come up from the ocean. No once you get on board, the oil rig when you. It's actually called oil platform when you come up. The platform you up the stairs. You eventually get to this big giant deck big giant floor of the oil platform. It's called the cellar. Check for whatever reason. That's what it's called, and it's a big massive big massive area, and we only have sixteen guys in the seal platoon. So as the first couple guys get to that seller deck, they make this tactical call of flood, which means hey, it's a big area. We need everyone everyone a platoon up the stairs, and as we all know platoon, come up the stairs. We all fall into our standard positions, which is all of us standing like a skirmish line? Looking at this seller back so you've got sixteen guys. All sixteen of US seals in the tune where all standing there staring at the potential targets and the seller decks covered with equipment and gear and mechanical. Very cluttered thing and there's all the possibility of all kinds of places for bad guys to hide. And so I'm standing there. Looking down the sites of my weapon scanning for targets. And you know ten seconds go by, and then fifteen seconds go by, and and now I'm waiting now. Twenty seconds have gone by them waiting for. One of the leaders in my seal platoon to make some kind of a decision to make a call on what to do next. I'm standing there doing my job. Scanning targets and another ten seconds and twenty seconds go by which seems like ages. And, so finally I say to myself you know what I guess you. What's happening, so we're all standing in that skirmish line. We've all tracking whether weapons. I take a step back. Step back. Maybe a foot, maybe eighteen inches at the most I looked to my left. I looked to my right. And as I look I, see that every other guy in my seal platoon. is still staring down their weapons, staring down the sights of the weapons scanning for targets, and as you can imagine when you're staring down the site of your weapon, your field of view is not very wide. You can't really see a lot of what is happening well as I step back and looked around. I saw that every single guy was staring down the weapon, including my platoon commander, including my platoon chief, including my platoon assistant commander, including my platoon leading petty officer all the people that should have been making a decision. We're staring down the sights of their weapons so. It's pretty obvious wants I. Step back what we needed to do. So I. summoned up all the courage I could open my mouth as a new guy and I said old left clear right, which was a standard call. Nothing spectacular, no incredible, tactical genius here it's a standard of hold left clear right, and after I said that I kind of braced for. Someone to yell at me and say shot, up new guy. But instead they all actually did what they're supposed to do. Which is repeat the call down the line? Everyone said hold left clear I old buff clear out. Hold left clear right, and then they actually did it. The guys that were on the left side held in the guys that were on the right side started to move through. And then we continued on with the rest of the clearance, and we got to the end of the clearance, and we got into a little huddle to do a debrief. And we got into the huddle the debrief once again. I kinda braced for impact because I figured I was about to get smacked around for being a new guy with a loud mouth. And instead one of the senior guys in the platoon. says. Hey Jaakko good call on the seller deck.

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How to Troubleshoot Your Echo Device

Voice in Canada

01:18 min | 2 months ago

How to Troubleshoot Your Echo Device

"I want to address the issue that some people have when they are initially setting up their echo device now if you are having any problems setting up your echo device, for whatever reason I've got a couple of things that you can try, that will hopefully help to solve the problems and I would go through them in this order to see if this is the issue. Number one check that your device is connected to Wifi. Okay and You can do that simply by asking a simple question to the even just like Lexi. What time is it? If he can give you an answer? It's connected to Wifi. Then you can check the latest version of the LEXI APP, and what you can do is you can go to your APP store whichever? Mobile Operating, system you have NC. If there is an updated version then what you can try is try restarting. Echo device, and a good way to do that is to unplug it and leave it unplugged for a little while, and then you can plug it back in and when I say a little while it's like ten seconds or so, and that'll help to restart it, and if you still are having trouble, then you might want to try resetting your device and the way you would do that is you would go into the settings for the particular device that you want to change in your Lexi APP and you'll see at the bottom. There is a factory. Option and that is what you would click

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The Cascadia Subduction Zone

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:32 min | 3 months ago

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific

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Nikola Badger electric truck reservations open

CNBC's Fast Money

08:10 min | 3 months ago

Nikola Badger electric truck reservations open

"Hot new electric vehicle maker. Nikola has been surging since it's June. Fourth debut up over seven percent next week could be a major moment of truth of the company joining us now is Trevor Milton, founder and Executive Chairman of Nikola Motors. Welcome back Trevor Great to speak with you. Mondays win reservations. Open up what you're expecting. Expecting a lot of fun and a lot of excitement, so we've all been waiting for this. For a long time Negro finally allows people to make paid reservations for the Nikola, Badger. It's the coolest. Truck pickup truck. The world's ever seen so Yeah, it's a big day on Monday on also those reservations turn into. Tickets for Nikola world happening December, when we show off the Badger, so it's just the next four or five months is just going to be an incredibly fun time you mentioned. It's the coolest pickup truck. The world has ever seen. The world hasn't seen it. Has It traveling I mean at what point will will the world actually see a truck and one that can operate as opposed to seeing mock mockup pictures because that's that's really the question for a lot of analysts and investors, they like the long-term vision they see the total addressable market is very large. The potential is very big, but then they go back to you. Guys have not made a truck yet. Well, we have made a truck. Actually meet the most advanced semi truck. The world's ever seen. We showed it off last year driving on fuel-cell, we made deliveries with anheuser. Busch these are big semi truck, so the technology's all done, which is now bringing it into the into the smaller market, and it's kind of fun I mean. Yeah, we haven't showed it off to the world, but that's the fun of it. The next four months everyone's gotta wait gotta get in line and Monday. The reservations open in December. They'll all get to see it in person so all the critics lot. Trucks. In December I understand that at unequal world. You're going to line this up against competitors. You might do a little I don't know racing or comparisons. Will it be operable in? December will actually be a truck that people be able to test drive. Who are there or that? You'RE GONNA. Actually drive onto the stage or or something to that effect. Oh, yeah. I'm probably going to rip up on whether it's ours or someone. Else's I can't promise you. WHO's is GonNa win, but I promise you is going to be a show, so yes, it will be operable in a bumper is coming off one of the vehicles, maybe even a whole rear end of a truck. I mentioned this because you had an interesting tweet. The June about Nikola world, not being a fake truck show, and there is a Bloomberg article article a couple of weeks ago, that that asserted that you had misled the audience back in two thousand sixteen when you were unveiling the Nikola one making references to a truck that was drivable when actuality it lacked parts that would enable it to operate at all. Are you suing Bloomberg over this, did you? Did you not make those comments? Was it in fact, this sort of a fake truck show in two thousand sixteen. Knows a total hit. Job Is really sad. I talked with him before he even had the cloud, it was all recorded. He refuses to release. The recording. Any would show the world the truth. I mean the answer was as every part on that truck was functionable. We just didn't feel safe driving. And at that time that was our first chuck what four or five years ago? Ago It was all operable, but it wasn't really that safe like it could have killed someone in the audience. We didn't know we are new. And so all the parts were there, though even took him out and showed them on the table, the people and and so it's kind of sad that I think it was just. It was just a hit job. Someone wanted clicks. Just, wasn't that cool, but that's okay I mean it comes with the territory when you're when you're coming out here with this kind of valuation and excitement, everyone always targeting for you and I. I kind of laughed with them as I said look, there's a lot of things you can hit me on. This is one that's kind of crazy. Because that's five years ago and the people there Oh tell you everyone there. We actually talked about it at the show so sure why he picked that. That fight okay, so between now and December thirty th when when Nikola world happens, you're asking investors to basically say we believe you in terms of your timeframes for delivering these vehicles whether it'd be the Nikola one or the Badger. We believe you in terms of the reservations turning into actual actual orders. What can you tell us? Though in terms of tangible progress towards meeting production targets whether it be who partnered with for the Badger or what what stage you are in the manufacturing process. Yes. We've got a couple of big cities going on over the next four or five months giving a lot of comfort to people one is we ever factory in Germany with the BECO-? We did a joint venture with them. We have the first ever zero emission semi truck coming off the assembly line right now, handbuilt units. I'll be taking videos of those. Showing some testing of those to the world as well over the next day following months. That'd be a Lotta Fun. The badger will be leaking videos to the public as well when they're. You know it's all about the leader. I mean the four months. All the way into. I guess our many months until December that leading into that as the excitement, so we don't want to give it all the way at once, but we'll be announcing who build Nikola Badger with us in the next couple of months. I'm on how many reservations we have the open Monday this Monday eleven o'clock eastern all that Nikola Badger reservations open up so people can get in line with them and they. They also get a ticket to Nikola world, so there's GonNa. Be a lot of data leak videos I've done if you follow me in the last few days, I've done on our battery technology wherever the only submerge battery technology really out there. That's really really danced pretty awesome. Idea deals on that Beatles are infotainment system. All these systems that people thought were fake, and so it's just kind of cool to like. Kind of fun to prove the critics on a little bit every time, not just give everything away in one day you. Can See Trevor that proving the critics wrong involves actually not just making videos and talking about these fantastic technologies, but actually putting them to work, so there's a little bit of skepticism amongst critics at this point, because everything or many things that you're promising are still promises even though they are, they are there and they're. They're promising technologies. I WanNa ask you about what has pressured the stock in recent days, and that is a registration of warrants on file with the SEC is expected to become effective in the coming days I. Don't know if you have any comment as to win. You expect that to happen because that could be a major overhang for the stock jp P.. Morgan is estimating in its initiated notes that that can mean tens of millions of shares coming to market of Nikola. y'All to answer the best. TRUMP SEC so ultimately, you're warrants that are gonNA come in, and once those are approved by the year with our ask finally. We're waiting on the SEC to give one approval that could take anywhere from a couple weeks to months. No one has any time line on that because it's the SEC, and so it's kind of interesting. A lot of people are putting articles out there that all these shares are hitting, and it's not even true is not accurate. Some will eventually shares come online. People bought shares Dave the desert on. But we don't know when they're gonNA. Come in when they do. Come. Most of these share folders that we have our long-term shareholders. They're like you know what I have. No desire to sell minutes for the long run. There are some that will cause. The value is increased so much that they're required to sell some of their portfolio because they can one item that much value in a portfolio so I. Guess that's the that's the. Punishment for doing really well, so some will sell some, but other people will buy, so it's just a stock market. That's how it goes. Travers speak with you. We hope we'll talk to you again and keep us informed on on. How are you can give us a number? On Monday. Monday because we'll be getting all that data in we'll see it depends on depends on all the data, but I will be given out some information coming after that after that day of just not sure win because it just. Data look far to trevor thank you. Trevor Milton of. All Right Guy, what do you think? I was absent that day in high school. We did the periodic table, so I'm not familiar with the properties of hydrogen, but what I will say is J. P.. Morgan just initiated with a forty five dollars price target and feels like that's where the stock is going to go. This could very well be be K.. Put It in the draw stock much like Tesla was literally have ten seconds. Would you say it's put in the door, vk? I would absolutely not. It's not a putting the dry. Thank God. Trevor's very enthusiastic and probably the best salesperson his company could. Could ask for

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Link Still The Boss

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:37 min | 3 months ago

Link Still The Boss

"Jay Taking look at market at the moment of got to sign on a great deals change on yesterday I mean. Look we. We're up. Tonight it looks pretty strange on the fifth minute Chalamet. Tell you about what just happened before. This was about forty five minutes ago. Roughly on the on the ten am cancer. The ten fifteen can we pushed down to naughty, one hundred and sixty full, and only close close at nine to sixty one hundred dollars is very quick. Rural Real quick they're. Now. One of the main. Geez, it's pretty difficult to tell. This market has bain susceptible to those spot. Sometimes, we have saying that often around the morning session to you know we've seen those ruby candles, or and this one was a big of striking. It's not an overly large candle by any stretch of the imagination. It's just one of these candles. for May. It's some. It's just it. We'd that's. Women high point four percent up on bitcoin not now. We did get to a that was pretty hefty. Thousand Ninety full before closing at ninety two forty. This could just seems to be a little bit confused what it wants to do, but I tell you it's holding and it's been holding up here. Around that nine thousand to ten thousand mark, let's just say for the best part of walk since we got here, which was back on the thirtieth of April. So that's all of my and we are just about through jury not too long ago now for join, and it's been hanging out above nine thousand, the longer it holds above nine thousand. The better at potentially could get a hang in there as indicated. Sorry, would that pulling the more it looks like a consolidation that a than actual issued pros. It does sane to be comfortable up the now. Of course we have had the half and a couple of months ago now so. I'd spoken to this prior to the having and saying to everybody that look in the Pasta too offerings prior I can't change significantly. We're just off the. You know what we've seen. There is that we saw console eight for one of them and then move significantly high in the multiple thousands of percent. Also saying them dip. And then move higher in the multiple lodge amounts of returns as well so we've seen to Havanese, both one console one fell and then moved. Off Really liked to hype the way he could sell it. And continue to move here on Bitcoin as well to the upside. It would be lovely to see. We've gotta get above that. Ten, thousand bucks. Full brother anytime soon, but it would be very nice force to get Bitcoin right now we are at ninety, two, hundred, eighty, one. Dole's up point full full. Of a percent at the moment moving to a theory now at two, hundred, thirty, two and ninety cents up point two full I look. The of doesn't look too bad. That weekly trends still there really locked look of this trend to I think it's a good looking Jot It's just a matter now. Alva of getting that trend back in and kicking on. To further up saw that's that's really what the crux of it is just hanging out and waiting for that to occur. We haven't gone just yet. We need to break. Above a cool it to fifty, then we'll have that uptrend back in the swing of things, counterpoint to full Alviti, percent xl pays daily down trying to look. I was looking at stalking in short this morning because it's bane the waste out of the law Except, phase not really rattled the cage too much at all this year. It's been a very. As Been Crab Woken shall, we say it's been very very small in in its ranger. Course we did you know full to a low of at ten cents. Back away sold at big full earlier in the year in March but we. We've rebounded rebounded. We rebounded that twenty three and a half cents, but we've just. Feel like I feel like for quite some Thomas Bain Very. Saad wise, you know. We're looking at one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight nine ten eleven. Twelve weeks. That's three months while we haven't seen a great of activity and I. Suppose it probably feels. Longer than it is. Three weeks is a long time in Crypto is seventy awake so. You know we are currently sitting up on I'll pay point four four percent of one I taint point two cents, but I'm really keeping on today to see if I can find a short guy would if there are shorts on the table down eighteen cents is sort of where I'm looking bitcoin cash three thirty three dollars, tens two hundred thirty three dollars and ten cents its up point three four yesterday it did close flat on the again, a very solid wise shot, wanting to save get out of that sawed consolidation guy very boring much the signs that saw Pai simultaneous they abyss face hanging in there seven, hundred and seventy two. H Down today is down point three of a percent again, a very average looking shot nothing to be too exhausted about lot hanging in there as well yesterday. What Lot coin yesterday was Dan? Listen support on lot Barrett that that forty live at forty, one sixty one. There is a level of support running through, and that could potentially setup trades over the coming days if there is going to be a further downstream always. To having. Shows will be Ivan to actively pursuing shorts. I don't have any short trades. On at the modern actions about I don't have any trades are open at the moment just watching that level of forty one fifty sixty around that sort of ragent saying how we go up half percent forty two year fifty today look assigned can also said. there is a bit of support down around with turtles. Forty Watching that as well as it does, build and consolidate into their modern. Actually give me a short tried. I would currently forty eight, which represents point four two percent gain tonight, thus far with one hour into the trading day the folk. A little while ago full. That's anything to a significant dent. Also today there is a bit of support down there on around to forty six. To forty three, forty, six, so behaving and all of that threat, the dies well just save. It does come down given other opportunities, their full mate Bonnets at fifteen dollars and ninety five cents really slide gone. It did have been dip. Damn came straight back down point seven percent USA closing at Fifteen Dole's ninety nine cents. A fifteen dollars ninety seven right now. I'll off percent not much going on. That's buffet.

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4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

The $100 MBA Show

06:07 min | 3 months ago

4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

"Whether! You have a team of one which is just you and you're making your first hire war? You're hiring your fiftieth employee. Having a system in place allows you to scale the hiring process so that when somebody joins your team, there are part of your team in the ramped up. The understand exactly what they have to do had to do it. WHO TO ASK FOR HELP WITH ZERO CONFUSION? This is going to allow you to get the most out of your hires to save you money to keep turnover down and of course produce. Produce better results for your business, so let's get started with tip number one and this one is pretty fun and simple, and it's just called a welcome pack. You want to set up your new hire for success. You want to make sure you give them something to give them a good impression, a big part of a new Harpoon will is that few welcome. They feel motivated, and it just kind of reconfirms their decision to say yes to working for Your Business and a welcome back is very simple, one of the things that. That we did in our welcome back is put together a welcome video, which is a montage of welcomes from our team members, and this is simple. You can easily do this. You just ask your current team members. Even if there's just you to shoot a quick ten second welcome as literally just saying Hey, I'm so and so I do this in the company. Welcome to the teams. Great to have you and we've put together a montage so that when a new hire gets hired, we can send him an email with a welcome. Welcome video from the whole team and it makes them feel like. Wow, this is awesome. Get to me all these people soon and I'm going to be part of this awesome team. The second thing you could do is send them some Swag Cinema Company t-shirt accompany Mug something physical in the mail, which is really really fun. One another tip that I learned from Wistaria, which is a really great idea is to send them. A Gift Card can be fifty dollars one hundred dollars. Whatever it is, you can send them a gift card. To have dinner on you to celebrate their new job with their family, this is so memorable for a new hire that they will feel so lucky to be part of Your Business, so a welcome pack is a great way to get them started on the right foot. They're like hey. Awesome I got the swagger. Got This cool gift I got this welcome video. This place is great tip number two a company ham book now. A lot of people do not write accompany handbook because they really feel like. Hey, this is a lot of work. Work it's GonNa take me forever to put it together. And that holds them back from actually having a handbook while a couple of years ago I got to know the founder of Git lab at a conference Dmitri was speaking on stage. Any shared a with the crowd. Hey, we have something called a team Hamburg. One of the first things he said is that they'll call a company him. Call a-team handbook, because this can be edited and revised by the team. It's a working document. Don't see it as something that's set in stone. And I love this idea because this allows you just to get started and to have something in place sooner than later. Even if you're handbooks only four five pages long, that's okay it can grow. It can be edited. You can add to it later on, and our handbook is literally a handbook written in Google docs and people with a woman or engine email will have access to that dock and they can edit it. They can add comments. And then we can improve that as a team, but putting together a team ham book is Super Helpful for new heart is when they first joined. They WanNa know about some simple things like how was a company founded You know who does. What like an organizational char? How do I request leave? What about If I need to call in sick? Who Do I speak to WHO's my own media supervisor? Whence payday who to speak to you if there's. There's an issue with my pay things like that. This is more like hr, and like a guidebook of how to really do well. We also have things in our handbook talking about our company culture about what's acceptable. What's not acceptable in our team? As well as some advice on how to succeed especially in our team, because we run a remote company and everybody's working from home and we get some advice when it comes to that as well so putting. Putting together, a handbook is a great investment again. Just get started with. It caught a team handbook. Make it clear to everybody. This is a collaborative effort. And when new hires join, they have something to read before they start their first day, so we send the handbook when they probably give notice to their other job, and they have a chance to review before their first day of work speaking of first day that leads me to tip number three. Three one of the best things that we've done is that when somebody joins us, we give them a full week of training, and this is outlined to them on outline the first week, so they understand that this is what they're gonNa do every single day. It's very comforting for a new hire to have a plan to see what's going to happen the first few days as they get to know people there timid, they're shy. They're worried about doing well. So by giving them a day to day plan for the first week allows them to focus on getting to know their colleagues do a good job and just feel comfortable in this new company we literally just create Trello Board for each department for new hires and in that trial board They have tasks to do every single day for the first week. Week it could be an orientation. Meeting could be some training. They have to do to learn about the product or service. If there know an engineer had set up their local environment so they can be able to start developing the point of this first week. Orientation is just to give them a clear cut plan. Okay, because later on, they're going to be. Be Autonomous they're going to be working on projects. You know we have very Thomas teams because we are a remote team in this is the way we work. Everybody has ownership over what they have to do. But that first week needs to be as prescriptive as possible just so they feel. They have some structure once they pass their first week. They're kind of like. Like comfortable now, and they can take on projects and manage their own time. and you kind of got out of the way the understand the company the values what they have to do, which means if the show up for setting up their counter setting up, you know their environment all that kind of stuff

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A quick update

Peace Out

06:52 min | 4 months ago

A quick update

"Stand up with me now. You can also sit down for this to and follow along. Now, that we're standing up tall. Start pouring your weight into your right les. A little more. And now try to put all your weight on your right side. Even lifting your left foot off the ground. How long can you balance like this? When you can't balance anymore. Put your left foot down. Now Start to pour your way into your left leg. He's going. When your weight is going down to your left foot. Lift your right foot off the ground. When you're ready, put your right foot back down. Come back to the center. Come, back to good balance. Your weight is even in. You're not leaning left. Or right or friend or bag? You're perfectly balanced in the center. Take a nice deep breath here. And breath out. Breathe in. Embryos are. Reason. and. Well then. Let's down now. How did you feel when your weight was all on one side? How long do you think you could balance on one foot? Ten seconds. One Minute. By minute. How did it feels to come back to the center? Were you able to feel balanced than. We were balancing our physical body just now. But we can also balance ourselves in our mind and with Howard feeling, too. Sometimes when we have a lot to do, it's normal to feel stressed. For example. It might make us feel off balanced a lot of homework that we have to get done in a short period of time. Or when we're trying to get used to doing all the work on a laptop or a tablet, and the screen freezes, or we accidentally close something without saving our work. Then frustration follows and knocks us off balance even more. Imagine that being like trying to balance on one leg for a long time. We may be able to do it for a while. But eventually are standing leg will get tired and wobbly, and we'll have to put the other foot down right. Sometimes coming back to the Center for arrest, and to rebalance and recharge is enough. That's like when we remember to pause during day. To just rest or be mindful, take a few deep breaths. Take a break. Then we may be ready to go back and may even be able to balance on one leg for longer because we've had that rest. But sometimes, that's not enough. Sometimes, we can't balance on one leg right now. Maybe we're just able to lean to one side, but needs to stay on our two feet. and. That's okay, too. So, that might mean talking to your parents, your teacher to say you need more time to finish your work or thinking about how much you really can do in one day while balancing everything else that you need and want to do. It might mean that you can do one thing, but the other thing might need to be done another time. This might look different to everyone. For me I know that right now. I want to keep doing everything that I'm doing which is being with my family helping my daughter's with their schoolwork working my job working my yoga teacher training, and of course making peace out. But to be able to do all of this I know that I need to change some things so that I can keep myself balance. And this means giving myself more time to write and record piece out.

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Makeup Artist Jillian Dempsey is Making Beauty Tutorials Better

Fat Mascara

04:41 min | 4 months ago

Makeup Artist Jillian Dempsey is Making Beauty Tutorials Better

"You just launch another company a an APP five beauty. Can we talk about that? Yes and I want. I would like you to know because I I know we're in a crisis at the moment And I just don't want to think that this was an idea that just came to mind within the last six weeks of what are our world has been going if anybody has been on it and see tutorials. It's pretty clear. This is not just six weeks in the making Chilean protective. Like I was pregnant with a baby APP in my belly and I wanted to give earth to this in a way and giving birth in a pandemic was never my intention however I was encouraged by my family and my clothes set of friends to to see the positive side of this as look people are are are need and it probably want to have some different ways in which to view beauty so I wanted to start with myself and then bring other artists on board and have it and create a platform so the user could just get in and get out pure convenience for the US user. You could control your adventure. You could jump on the APP. Know that we're on completely transparent. Whatever you're looking at you can use your products at home or you can choose to buy through the APP. You can try on the shade arcade with you know you cam who are the virtual leaders in the virtual. Try ON FOR MAKEUP. Which is incredible. And so you basically get to navigate and do this all within like the comfort of your your home which I think. We're all having a lot of that right now. We have a lot of the comfort of our home so just for people who haven't tried it yet. There is that like you can try on part of the APP. But then there's also these tutorials and so I was making my way through a lot of them and I kept thinking. These are so different from what we are now. Used to. As a youtube tutorial like some of them are only like ten seconds long and I was like cool. I just learned that. But but she wasn't like where's the commentary whereas the like lighting. You didn't do the little thing where you hold up the product and wiggle it in front of your hand. What what was your thinking with these stories. I will be brutally honest with you I I. I have stage fright. I don't like necessarily to get in front of a camera. I am completely in my comfort zone when when I'm working on a face because I get to sculpt I get to move I get to try. You know I get to work with the face. I Love I stay Z. Face like I get to work with your face and and it's my pleasure to do that to be able to work with you. Ever my hands or my brushes might tools are touching an an an and I like to study at your face. I like to say No faces ever the same but you can always say that certain techniques will always remain the same you will always have certain techniques like the cat. I have we ever ever ever known a cat. I like a little slick to ever be out of style. Can you think of one time? Because I sure can't so I saw you know. I'm one makeup artist but I have on boarded already another makeup artist and I plan to onboard more freelance makeup artists to show and reveal just their hands. We don't need to have the commentary. The job get stale and old. I don't WanNa hear it. I don't WanNa hear that again. I WANNA get straight to the I want to get straight to the point. I I'm really into if you are going out. How quickly can you get that information to get smokey eye? How fast if you want to try to put on a band of lashes might take you a minute but if you studied the tutorial see how this artists does it. That artist PUTS THEIR BAND. Because we all worked we all have different styles and everybody has a different face so I'd like to place the artist with the brands and that is how in growing this this APP. So tell me this. How did you decide which looks we're GonNa get it to toil? You mentioned the cat. I you mentioned putting on a band lashes. I call it the arrive and drive. Basically the model shows up we have everything ready and whatever the model brings that day. We have a loose mood board happening. We have the products out. We have a mood board when the model shows up. I want to be able to take if the the model has a pimple on her face. Maybe I'll say you know what let's change the mood board. We're going to show how to cover a pimple. I want to take create what the model provides which provides content to grow. And like that you have the the model let you dictate. What the look

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Prediction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 4 months ago

Prediction

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the

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We Still Can't Explain Quantum Computing!

Marketing Over Coffee

05:22 min | 4 months ago

We Still Can't Explain Quantum Computing!

"Good Morning Walk into marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall. Christopher pen and we are back we've got you back. It's funny if you haven't been traveling but it's just been weird with all kinds of stuff going on and we've had other interviews and the first one was. Ibm Think Twenty twenty so this was the first time it's all virtual. How did all that go? All things considered it wasn't bad. I still got to do the things I wanted to ask people the questions. I wanted to ask them. I know a lot of folks were like. It's not the same like yeah. Of course there's no you know terrible buffet line with You know a five hundred people in front of y'all all griping about the same hotel chicken. It was two days Live keynotes then a ton of on-demand sessions and the Nice thing is that because it's all all virtually begin with. They're leaving the on demand sessions up for thirty days so you can just zip on and take whatever classes and stuff you wanted all free which also is a nice change from the normally twenty seven hundred dollars a ticket. Yeah right twenty. Seven hundred ticket plus downtown San Francisco. You're spending five thousand dollars on your hotel just exactly. Yeah Whoa I remember when I was looking at the booking for this is like nine hundred bucks a night for a double bed in San Francisco like well. I do. Miss the serendipity of being able just like hang out and meet folks but I don't miss the bills. Well it was funny to you. Did you got picked up an article. That getting syndicated everywhere about doing this thing. Virtual and it was funny. I loved your phrase awkward for those lunches where they like four sixteen people around the table and have to train entertainer. Educate each other. When you don't even know each other and of course there's people at the table you like. I don't WanNa talk to you at all. Exactly the big things for me from the event though in terms of usable takeaways. There's a lot of really cool stuff. There's a better session this year on quantum and explaining what the heck quantum computing is. I still can't explain it. I can see the visualizations and I swear the visualizations look like you know the hollow maps that they had in star wars the death star's internal layout running for over a year. We've talked about this. How like even the people that created still can't explain it in a way that the rest of US humans can understand but at least did you get anything closer to as far as like you use cases or why. It's better to be able to explain it. I think of it as massive parallel computing. Where you have the ability to look at every possible permutation of a problem at the same time as opposed to having to do them one at a time. Which is you know how you solve problems now with computers. So for things. Like being able to simulate molecules and their interactions for pharmaceutical development. It's going to be a game changer. For that anything where you have to do a lot of computation in parallel all at once. It's going to wreak havoc on. Cryptography on encryption things because today's strongest encryption standards a quantum computer will be able to crack solvent about ten seconds. Because it can essentially you brute force test every possible combination of of a password all at the same time so that'll be interesting. The bigger thing for me personally was this concept. Be Ragam Sriram Renaissance name correct into idea of neuro symbolic artificial intelligence which is a blend of two different types of AI. So if we go back in history from the fifties to the eighties or nineties There's this concept of symbolic classical. Ai We would call these expert systems. Where you try and load. As much you know cleaned and curated data and hand-build allot of the if this then that kind of rules this type of a it doesn't scale well barely scales at all from the two thousands. Do Today we've had called neural a where we essentially dump trucks full of data into machine at a you learn from this and you figure it out and you write the code. The challenge neural. Ai Is that it's really easy to screw it up. There are the classic examples like painting white lines around the self driving car and then he doesn't know what to do. It just goes in circles or being able to enter like dating marketing automation system. And it just blows up your leads going algorithm so the concept that IBM's working with is the idea what if you use symbolic Ai? Which is the older version? That doesn't scales but as finely tuned and used as the guardrails for the neural a is so to say like these are the instead of trying to create one off exceptions. Like oh don't do that. It's like these are. The lanes are allowed to drive in in some cases literally and ideally get to a better overall than either system can do independently which I thought was really cool. The applications for example one the challenges we have in marketing is with today's AI. The ability for to generate language is not bad. But it's still not there yet like you read a piece generated purely by like something's not right here if you can imagine using symbolic Ai. Say like this is what I expect a blog. Post to look like these the rules essentially if a blog post and then the neural. Ai Fills in the gaps but keeps to the rules like okay. I can now create a blog post. That is intelligible that someone would actually want to

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Even the Insane Clown Posse Isn't Insane Enough to Gather This Year - Newsweek

KIRO Nights

02:25 min | 5 months ago

Even the Insane Clown Posse Isn't Insane Enough to Gather This Year - Newsweek

"I have to talk about something Mike whenever whenever these guys make the news I'm so excited to talk about it because there are few there are few things in this world that I am so interested and confounded by then the insane clown posse and our top story at nine o'clock is in fact that I C. P. as they are known have canceled the gathering of the Juggalos for twenty twenty this year now first time in twenty years twenty years this has been cast yes this is our I always struggle to explain insane clown posse as you should to anyone but specifically people that don't know them they have I first found them in high school I had a friend of mine who is into them this is I'm gonna say everyone did nineteen ninety eight right and yet everyone knows someone who knew who who C. sync up Aussie and when this friend of mine his name is Mike when I played their music for me he was laughing the whole time and I did not get the joke because to me they are probably the worst musical act I've ever heard in my life they are rappers who dress like clowns they put on clown paint face paint and they are known for spraying their audience with Faygo soda which is a producer from Detroit so it's a particularly popular soda in Detroit their fans known as Juggalos are actually I don't know if they're still on the F. B. I.'s list but the F. B. I. put them on a list of gangs not just juggle lows I just learned a new term Juggalo lattes yeah baby that's how they do so so I really wanted to to bump in with him I C. P. music for this segment but here's the thing they don't go ten seconds without swearing in public they just don't they don't so I pulled fifteen seconds of their most popular song if you can call it that miracles it came out that a couple years ago fifteen seconds I had to bleep to swears in the fifteen seconds but here it is

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NGINX Service Mesh with Alan Murphy

Software Engineering Daily

12:44 min | 5 months ago

NGINX Service Mesh with Alan Murphy

"Allen Murphy. Welcome to the show. Thanks Jeff thanks for having me you were with F. Five beginning back in two thousand five. This was about fifteen years ago. Described the load balancer market. When you started at the company it was all hardware. I mean it was big big iron big volume the bigger the better our customers back then were founded two camps. They were either colocation a data center. They were running their own but either way to customers who were buying a five hardware or aggregating tons of data through those boxes so we dealt with a lot of really high volume clients and then a lot of more geographically distributed technology like global s to be able to distribute traffic between multiple data centers in Colo but it was all just massive ingress single point. Traffic Win was there. This industry shift from physical load balancing infrastructure toward in augmentation of the software based load balancing. I think the big shift came. I guess the first indication that shift was coming was when Colo's and data center companies started offering more segmented in granular services companies like rex basis. Great example they did a great job. Kind of changing the market away from single point service single point entry to more virtualization distributed services. So there's definitely a movement at the data center level back then or maybe around two thousand ten two thousand nine hundred like that but the big shift. No question was cloud and it was the reliability the stability in the cost and accessibility associated with cloud. And that immediately flip the switch of conversation from hardware to software and from single point aggregate traffic management to distributed traffic management and did that causing the other downstream effects in the market like as we went from physical load balancing to software based load balancing. Sure I think it solved too big right. I should say introduced to big changes to the way companies handle their application infrastructure. One was that the more you software if you use that as a verb Maurice software the more granular. They can start managing their traffic so instead of just having his front door service that we used to call the bigger hardware aggregation point instead of having a front door service. They could start managing traffic managing that door. So that kind of that first step gate closer and closer to the APP so further down the stack. I think that was a huge downstream. Change that moving to software naval virtual leising traffic management itself enabled and then I think the second one was the change of ownership so before they were typically one or two teams that were responsible for all of the traffic management functionality because they handled it all in that shift to software in that desegregation of the application stack of the services of the traffic management brought new teams into managing traffic. And today. We're we're talking with devops. You know down in the weeds. Day to day development engineers who have to deal with traffic management so huge changes downstream and the shift to software define networking was this all managed by commodity infrastructure or. Were there still specialized types of servers that needed to be used to host the load balancing and networking infrastructure. As things. Move to the cloud? I think it came down to what type of traffic was being managed. I think commodity whether it's hardware-software commodity for your run of the mill. Http traffic can absolutely be handled by a number of different services in different form factors in different locations and environments but when we talk about very specialized traffic management or the the function of that traffic management. You start to see less and less commoditisation. So if we're talking about their application aware traffic management for what we now call. East WEST TRAFFIC SERVICE TO SERVICE. Traffic for micro services. There's still a level of awareness and understanding environment the kind of moves it out of the commodity requirement or commodity bucket. And then if we're talking about really specialized traffic for service providers for financial institutions that have kind of their own way of formatting traffic of passing traffic but also traffic reliability. I think they're still absolutely a need for specialized components whether again those are hardware-software on Prem cloud doesn't matter the the more specifically towards the application need the more will still need specialized very very fine tuned application delivery software hardware. I do want to eventually get to a discussion of modern software defined traffic networking and Specifically Service Mesh Conversation. But since you've worked in this area for for so long and you've interacted with a lot of different client basis. You just mentioned that different verticals might have different needs for the hardware. Perhaps the software that they use to manage their networking infrastructure so financial services for example. Tell me more about how different verticals might have different needs for the networking infrastructure? Sure we definitely say it again if we're talking hardware software but it's a really interesting space to kind of zero in on what those differences are talk about a couple of examples so financial fintech fencer. Those companies are very very dependent on insanely high reliability. And it makes sense right. We need low. Latency high volume transactions for things like economic trading. We need the ability to embed security controls into the application language itself. The application traffic language so Fintech. They're very focused on something like low latency high availability if you look at service provider kind of four g historic service provider also very concerned with low latency but massive massive volumes of very large types of traffic. So we're talking about over. The top providers companies like Netflix need to distribute their content over service provider network those companies that service providers are very very focused on high resiliency high availability. But for much much bigger larger traffic patterns than you'd seen Fintech for example five G. brings a whole different scope to that because now we're talking about pushing services closer to the edge containerization still that high volume but now the ability to carve out that traffic in a different way that we would in a traditional infrastructure I think healthcare is another very interesting one because security regulations government control over that data or rather government control over how that data is used in access is paramount. Way also talk a lot about remote working when we're in healthcare prior to everything that's going on today. We talk a lot about big big software components that need to reside on site but they need to communicate back to a centralized secure cloud environment. So then we're talking about regulations and how to keep data sandbox and highly secure. So it's really really interesting to these. Larger verticals do have these different traffic necessities that require either specialized components or at least very their application aware components and F. Five. Now is the owner of engine necks. And we'RE GONNA be talking somebody today. You've spent considerable time working at F. Five as well as in genetics and both of these companies are heavily used products to define the the networking infrastructure for different companies so it. Fiv historical application has been the hardware load balancer. But it's moved into a lot of different software services that are required for networking. Dns infrastructure in. Genetics has been used as an edge proxy for a long time cashing infrastructure reverse proxy ing. Load balancing. I like to understand the acquisition from your point of view when f five acquired engine X. Why did that acquisition make sense? As you mentioned I was at the genetic side when acquisition happened from the moment I was super excited. It made complete sense to me when I left at five. Had been there for about ten years as you mentioned so let's in two thousand fifteen and the F. Five culture at the time was very much focused on helping customers support their software their drive the software and it was an exciting time at five but at the same time there was also this kind of internal understanding that hardware is still an important factor absolutely drives a lot of the customer requests and we still have those verticals that we talked about like service provider in two thousand fifteen when I left him of two genetics. It was a great opportunity to focus on as you mentioned the exact opposite side of that coin which is one hundred percent software but also one hundred percent. Devops an application focused deployments so all of our customers engineers were focused on application level. Reverse proxy and embedding that reverse proxy functionality. As literally close to the APP as you can get in today. We'll talk about sidecars a few minutes in that regard but it was very much focused on software. Only get the packet to the APP and then let's figure out how to handle it soon as it gets into our environment and software space so when the acquisition happened even with that kind of four year gap between Lena Five and then rejoining it made perfect sense to me because it kind of melded. The Best of those two worlds but also filled gaps where f five is predominantly hardware. Front door service with Dr. The software engineer was virtually one hundred percent software but starting to deal with kind of higher level network in order. That things like containerized networks. Bring in so that being able to put those two together of hardware network deep history understanding software application delivery deep industry understanding. Bring those together. It just filled both gaps so eloquently so perfectly made perfect sense and I was super excited to come back into F. Five with that software mentality and win that acquisition happened. You help build out some of the strategies for integrating with cloud providers and this is an interesting strategic task to build. Because you have these these gigantic cloud infrastructure providers that are to some extent providing commodity services in. And then you have. They have their specialized services that they built as well. But there was this huge reorientation while the orientation reorientation in the Industry. That's still going on. For how companies that are not cloud providers companies that are not these gigantic infrastructure providers integrate with the cloud providers tell me about defining the strategy for F. Five to integrate with cloud providers. I can speak first to the engineer strategy in the work that we did there in my role when I first joined in. Genetics was to help design some of that from the technology perspective. So what are the where the technology roadblocks? What are the hurdles? We need to get around what we need to provide those cloud providers from the genetic space and we were very fortunate because we had such a huge market awareness and breadth of deployment at engine X. Pretty much everybody in the world is using in genetics. So that in itself was driving questions back to us of. Hey we're moving our infrastructure into aws for example or GCP. We WanNa take that same functionality of genetics into that environment so on paper it was a literal transition. You're running engineering software on PREM PICK IT UP and move wherever you want still works today and we had so many customers who follow that model but at the same time we also had customers as you mentioned who are coming to US insane. Were either trying to build more intelligence into the cloud platform. We don't want to do just lifting shift or we WANNA consume some of the tried and true in Jenex resources through a consumption based model in the cloud so we had as you'd expect a really really strong marketplace offerings and all the cloud providers to someone could purchase genetics in a consumption based model. That was fine but we also spent a tremendous amount of time working with those providers on what value can engine x. Helped bring them in today. Some of the the largest platform tools incorporate engineering a lot of people use genetics without realizing its genetics. Because we have that flexibility and

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"ten seconds" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

12:47 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Harmontown

"Hate america why why why is it okay for me to be simultaneously rooting for humanity and very cynical about the way the world works like why why is this movie the baptized me into a new religion i don't what how does that work are there other movies like this i it was a lifesaver just because you you you bristled when i invoke the word nobility when we like i for me ability just means efficacy in our craft maybe if we were poets or street musicians nations are doctors we the big three maybe nobility would have would have affecting lives even just making making people laugh i don't mean to you oh you changed a little boy's life that doesn't have to be the standard just reach that's what we do it's populism it's it's it's it's it's no it's noble when the story is powerful i agree listen i agree with you there's nothing more important than that in what we do that somehow i don't know when you were talking i think sometimes there's movies it really hit us and it depends on how old we are it depends on the movies but you know i i feel sometimes i've seen a movie like when i china town for the first time in a theater i was a young person and i thought i'd been struck by lightning chinatown seems like yeah i can imagine see chinatown adjustments that i was completely obsessed with chinatown i got i before the internet before anything before i went out and every time i could see it and then i would i got i somehow i met his brother and i got a copy of the script i read the script and i outlined the script and that was my that was kind of before robocop i had this whole obsession with with chinatown orange i got the script for clockwork orange and sometimes times if you look at it you see while the circular structure in clockwork orange and there's a circular interesting structure somebody pointed out on that so i don't know how that happened but i think it was the things i was is interested in were were were made their way in it's interesting to me because field obsesses about a body heat and chinatown and so that's why partly like i'm like god damn it what about robocop what about die hard because i'm a slightly maybe a half general i there's also a movie do you can't stop watching there's something about it but it's funny that you're one of these you're one of these craftsman between you're watching robert towns work and your deconstructing attracting a you're learning to program you're you're you're needing you wanting to a peel that onion and figure out how to screenwriter big western event yeah i know i like westerns we used to always talk about okay we we had john wayne rules like that that ran what robocop aqap could do and what he couldn't do we were always aware those kind of things yeah because i mean the prime directives do western genre there's there's a set of code the code oh you know to ethics code of morality and whether you're glenn ford or gary cooper or clint eastwood john wayne that there's there's things do's and don'ts and you are punished which for having that code the code is what puts you in peril right the bad guys don't have a code their code do what you want and so you're so there's a real fantasy she fulfilment when he is killed because essentially because he's a cop and he he gets killed and he comes back as robocop but he he gets you can shoot him now that he can't and that's really what's that karen my favorite western high plains drifter because he's either a savior or satan he's come back to either punished the town or or save the town and both at the same time and he is you don't know until the very end what exactly he is but he's never given name but he he he was he the brother or was he the sheriff that killed getting kind of kind of robo copy well i think those were the things those were movies of my youth and then he he has his kind of invulnerability that he's bulletproof but he's got the he comes from he's a he's he's partial so pure sure and that's the other thing about he's actually a pre sexual character and he's pure and he's not he's not in any way diminished and he and he really believes in justice and they'd it's something that's really people like like that yeah and it reflects in the relationship with nancy allen which is not sexualize when she sees him the gun and i i i'll go i'll still get choked up about that because that's such a good fucking oh yeah that relationship with nancy allen yeah it's worth noting any seven bricks for anything thing to hold up that was made in one thousand eighty seven i say this very cynically as a person is just like come on revenge of the nerds is amazing it's a tragedy that culture moves so fast that some of these movies that are so influential great they just end up having so many cultural problem points because this is how people like oh if you had telekinesis aleka niece's back then you popped the girl's bra and like it would've been weird sci fi you you you it's robocop does not have you you it doesn't it doesn't it doesn't throb with the problem sizable because by the way i was as an executive on weird science when it was in script form and i thought it was i just watched that recently and boy that doesn't really hold up i think the reason is because i grew up in marin county which is a very very neoliberal place and it was very granola in the days that i grew up there and my mother was the title nine officer at redwood high school and she was part of an sort of a feminist movement there and so i was sort of steeped in that my mother had one nightclub steinem show with the house and when i was thirteen so i think all of that had an effect on me in a way that i really did want to create a role with louis that was just a a role for a cop wasn't about anything else i love that sometimes it's as easy as what you don't do a restraint so in casting we couldn't cast and we we had all this problem casting it and we kept looking at and really understood this to some level and again if you look at his movies you can see why but we kept looking at women and they would come into all these beautiful women came in and whenever you imagine them with him at this kind of thing she's gonna remember her hands chassis is it somehow and so what day one day paul said yeah i keep seeing the poster of anne i think she should look like the girl from anne and the nancy allen lockton kind of like like funny she's she's feminine but she's not sexual and she's kind of tough and she has a legacy as a victim in movies she's a scream queen yes she really alexis movie because it's not it's not that that's what she's reborn in this move as it is also immediately notable i thought this was just a brilliant future ism in your movie that in the locker room scenes they're they're co ed it as a fifteen year old dominion eighty-seven it made perfect sense what's it was such a cost no money there's no production value put into your own fast air it is we're in the future why the men and the women yeah of course eventually in ten years later we did the shower scene in in starship the same for the same reason when you got the budget was more than you dream never ever way less than you hope for for robocop well the mo- the movie almost didn't get made a couple of times it was it was supposed to be seven six because that's what terminator had cost and they were going to spend a aw a dollar more and then one day we came into the office and everybody's going home and it was over and then they turned around and they decided they found some more money because they found some money in japan dan because peter weller had done buckle banzai and they were interested in and so suddenly we were on again and the the we went in like like ten million dollars or something and then the immediately have probable and we were the final cost of the movies were thirteen nine which is actually an amazing for that it would be about twenty eight normally like blue thunder was a movie that was made during that time as an action picture and that was twenty eight at the time so jon davison greatly twenty million dollars that's it's so sad it's superpower was not making noise it's super helicopter if it wanted you could turn the volume down on it let's play with roy scheider alcoholism but i saw my uncle wrote that the it made what fifty million rich robocop yeah fifty was made fifty four million dollars which in those days was i hit the sleeper hit of of the summer so then you're a made man i kinda wanna talk about the two jakes of have robocop robocop to be only because historically it's so interesting i was is reading the wikipedia and it was like oh god what a forest gump kind of thing that robocop interesting sequel you definitely eh even if you don't read a single credit you're kind of what's going on here and they went to frank miller to write the script because it was nineteen eighty eighty eight and the strikes WJ strike and you had a script in the chamber you got another new meyer coming out ayud written one well okay so when the movie came out and we were made as you said they said okay you have to cup immediately or or you're fired they they set that we can fire you and and so we said okay and oliver stone wanted us to write a script and so for called about the cia in in in nicaragua and that was kind of sexy and they send us down to nicaragua to work with we got to run around with sandinistas it was really it was really groovy and he had just done platoon so he was the man so we wrote two scripts at the same time which is a mistake and we did it in three months and one script turned out better than the other and the robocop script that we had written right before the strike was okay wrote salvador no we wrote a thing called companyman right after platoon and it was about it was about nicaragua awkward not where salvador said it's probably salvador this was about the sandinistas and we had to go down and do all that and it was kind of fun script but oliver did make take it and then we got fired because there was a writer strike they hire they signed a waiver and hired frank miller who had introduced to john cook i don't really know so frank did that script he did he did one script which they rejected and then they brought in wayland green who wrote the wild bunch and they did a second script and it was kind kind of based on the creature in some ways i believe it was based on the creature that helped tip it was going to do for it 'cause john and phil really had this idea and there's i don't love the movie but there's the drug dealer kid is something i feel i could redeem if i had been writing your IT those a roller coaster 'cause i was saying i want one thing i fucking can hate about that movie is that obnoxious ventriloquist's dummy kid idea of it is a louis could have done anything about robocup robocup two because i hated it and i just did nothing sticks to my brain thing that sticks to my brain that is is it reminds me of something that you could have done a lot with i thought it was a great wonderful idea that the tragedy of the robocop story robocop two is that the the prime directives go up for committee and he ends up with one hundred nine directives like would it would it won't kill you to smile now and then and it's just sort of like robocop becomes this is over but i bet you that's a john davidson idea because that's really what john john that would have been an i record number four was don't sweat the little shit i just think it's funny and it's absurd andrea listrik i get the resonant the idea of like oh god this would be the thing that would kill robocop he would end up having all these directives and then like yeah it's if it wasn't called robocop might even be like a cult favorite of mine because it would be like this weird comic bookie bookie cyberpunk movie with tom noonan is this crowds had that turns into a crackhead robot but as a robocop sequel boy how could you how could you make you feel kind of kind of good that you know nobody can can make it work so so many different sorts they merged with stones just they can they can make a robocop remake tv series yeah well i hope they'll get it right one of these days MGM wants to make another one and we're trying to help but we'll see yeah so.

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"Has to go it's where metal is made and unmade you know it's all about the rust belt and it was that's why it was detroit and that's why it was this kind of thing and i remember the producer line producer saying come on we can shoot it in los angeles and go home at night but somehow going to pittsburgh to this horrible little this awful place where the town had fallen apart around this old steel mill that was haunted and ed baxter fun fact we we established that it's too and his name is also at till he threw that one that if i could show you a tally the of the number of times in twenty years that in the most important of conversations that i've had an important to me relative to what i was working at how how important it was for me to try to communicate something the number of times that i have referenced a story points in robocop so that i could achieve some vocabulary with whoever i'm talking to whether whether or not they'd seen the movie because honestly as long as i know what i'm talking about than maybe i have a chance of explaining to this other person otherwise i'm just babbling this like taste of fucking like non connected like references but for me to be able to dive into a story that is so well constructed instructed that i can also then later when i'm talking to the same person remember that thing i keep referencing robocop will now we're talking about this part of the story so again i'm going to reference that now you already know explain it but it's every threshold every the atonement with the father being so literal it's amazing that that was a note that that suit gave it was like a it it's it's such a from the from the mouths of babes or capitalists like it's just started like i'd like to see both bad guys beat cousins shrug it easier to follow about heard like bruce teen or gray or somebody like when bob bob and david pitched mister show they were like it should be mr show with bob and david otherwise now people like people but it was sort of like like like the you guys should come out and introduce the show and at the time i think they thought that was such a ridiculous like baby boomer note but it got down there were wrong the what what a what a great note anyways but the the idea that you could you could take a stock watch and you could could you could take a circle and break the three hundred sixty degrees jansa that every second meant how many pages or whatever and and you can go around around that movie and boom the moment when joseph campbell who have has never met you and who didn't even like movies he's talking about the importance of this sort of like going to going to meet your maker and and how the extent to which which you are still driven by fear is the extent to which the ogre aspect of the father will will will will present itself and be impenetrable trouble and only through just this cosmic pummeling by that makers hand are you ever going to atone and become your own maker and realize is i kicked my own aspect their robocop is is is is is is has has rounded up his road of files of bad guys like like a like a like a clint eastwood character he's haunted by these visions of people who killed his human counterpart and he's going and knocking checking them off one by one dollars this and and then he's and then the trail leads to the clarence moniker i believe probably right at the fucking meeting with the goddess point is like it's dick jones dick jones runs OCP OCP runs the cops your cop he just say just blaze is it out but that's a lovely line isn't it's fence hashish lines are all they're all really like kind of hyper attenuated b-movie lines and you and you understand that because another thing is melting that makes you a hero you're you're the only audio commentary that i've ever listened to all the way through on ah a DVD and it was a sucked in because you were so it was like all of a sudden you're listening to a guy that understands robocop cop and he wrote it and it's just it's just not how it is you know you meet people who worked on such and such and you wanna have you ask from one question and then the very first answer is sort of like oh okay you become disillusioned it's it's a it's a press matic kind of spraying of of your mythologised something into realization that everything's a fluke and it was just sort of like a bunch of random stuff here writer director on an audio commentary cometary just you're you're you're so unabashed your nancy wilson's kit character nancy allen anti allen's character's being introduced in you're describing the importance of peter weller watching her and and she kick somebody's ass and then she takes off her a helmet and then she like throws it somebody and then like and then you you're like you're you're just talking and talking about the importance of these characters and things when you say something like you're you're you're like an and that's why it was important for that murphy had a line and it's coming up right here in luke for you cool stuff or whatever it was it was an ad lived peter did it where he looks at her and goes pretty neat now you're right he he probably needed a line there that i didn't give him but i always thought again as a young arrogant writer stupid line so i was i was being mean by polling it there but i do think that get like if you've ever seen a commentary where the the person that's talking is so in sync with what you're watching that they actually bother to recreationally like dub the lips of the ally and that's the way it came up with hostile avista baby anyway it's so satisfied is what you dream of as a consumer because i wrote all the foley and all the background dialogue and everything was in for the recording so that's another that's another forty pages trump shroedter truck okay shroud coroner let me ask questions about the shape of the sound anyway like who's the prime directive step was that always in unlike the first draft always prime directives and i think i think they're my i don't remember what they were in the first rapper there was always a prime directive and then we sat down with a guy named forrest ackerman ackerman why john davidson was such a great guy said i'll let you meet this guy this old guy and trenchcoat comes to citizens john's office and he says i read your script yeah i didn't even realize how famous you read your script and while you know the azimov said there should be three road rules of robotics so you should have three so it became three and one of them literally we were at lunch one day and there was a fortune cookie that said who serve the public trust and i went and had their wait that's a thought that that is a brilliant anthony because it is like asthma and it's a robot movie so you're going okay so we have to do this but it comes up a couple of it comes up i believe three times in the film and finally the fucking homerun of an ending robocop has is like off the top of my head i think the three best endings i think of all time are like star wars robocop and like get out was like taking your character character at the lowest point and then making them go to the highest point in the quicker you can do that the more likely you're going to get a standing ovation which which is what i did when he said dick you're fired first time i saw it in eighty seven i stood up in the theater when there's a credits rolling a we're going back tomorrow to see this movie this is the best movie ever something really really satisfying about the violent when you were typing hope you had your shirt off like hugh jackman and swordfish you you went to barbara's place said like made to women speak leave the typewriters because like before like at the end of the second act he gets his ed ask kicked by at two on nine because he can't arrest ronny cox and then go rogue run by money's he can't do anything he's totally blocked and then he goes austrian and he goes anyway he's like i'm gonna get my ass kicked again dan but he tells the guy's boss i can't arrest this guy because he's he works for you and you stick your fired and then fucking kills him it's so good to the roar in one thousand nine hundred seven was when he said murphy which is what's fascinating to me it's a real feel like where did that come from and the audience really identifies with that moment well a little segue but we could we could go back to talking about robocup all night night but i do think it's at such a weird opportunity your career represents too because ten years apart from each other you write this amazing film it's directed by this guy just it works works perfectly the chemistry between writer and director clearly are just he just creates this thing and all the collaborators playing their parts to have the same writer director ten years later work together again and tavern be unmistakably doing the thing that they were doing in in the other movie i i i went to see starship troopers incredibly excited more grown up now having spent ten years like asking myself why do i love robocop and learning your name learning learning that there's a thing called screenplays on all these things and they go to see starship troopers and while i'm unmistakably like riveted by a all of this all of these details all of the tone there's something missing for me and i i i walked out going like oh is it did i misunderstand robo cops a message did robocop actually robocop not rooting for humanity what is what's happening here there was a there was as much irony and cynicism to starship troopers but i think maybe because it was a war movie and not this movie about this guy murphy the cowboy the subjective experience macbeth hamlet like the shane who just wanted movies movies a gunfighter about a gunfighter and printing americans and the other movies the mo the other movie comes out of of a different genre it comes out of the world movies that were made during world war two to make you go fight to rent movies like air force by howard hawks and action in the north atlantic by edward dmitri or something like that and they all have this similar propagandist kind of propaganda but they also have a similar structure mm-hmm that they all kinda follow a similar structure in any event they have they you know that's before the war and there's a bunch of people and they and they and there's a war and then they meet a bunch of other people and they all say they kind of meet different kinds of people and then they they train together and then they learned that one day one of them is going to have to die someone's going to have to send someone to die you you think about like sorry to cut you off ed thank you know yeah like the thing about murphy is and we were talking about tone where we can be funny we can be violent and every murphy doesn't know he's in a comedy like everything about it is like tragic he's taking it seriously it's kind of a nerd you know he doesn't deserve this we we feel so bad for him because you don't shy away from the violence when he does get killed you don't shy away from the tragedy of his kid and his wife you know when they're waving and you're backing away from his home and his life and and i think that's why the tone works so well is that the the tragedy israel the reliability israel and everything anything else is kind of like up to eleven or twelve or whatever yeah i don't think you can discount the power of the of the trauma of robocop the subject of trauma of his his his true crime worthy experience of being the victim of gang mutilation that that it's a joke due to these sociopaths that he's a cop and he's he's now in their hands and how much fun they're having torturing him before they finally in world that clearly has suffered a certain amount of inflation in terms of the amount of bullets a human body can take even they spend too much lead had killing doctor weller i keep forgetting these dr weller as of two thousand fourteen peter weller got his doctorate in renaissance mystery show he was so into caprice who really got boehner for pyramids and shifts seventy movies and get a PHD in your pretty sure what they got a PHD passionate about why wh- robocop told me about you know samaria all all day long it's fucking was an actor in seventy movies PG would be cocaine ah anyways the yeah i just i'm just and maybe maybe it's because i was an adolescent so i was like i was coming into your hands like and god was i lucky i mean see think about just the crap i could've seen going through puberty and and i walked out of a theater in milwaukee ocoee just my my i could feel my neurology changed i it's hard to to make another generation understand because you can't even say these days back then there was no internet that doesn't make any sense but also even even the difference bridge between like a world where like when i sh- rob was the first guy to ever show me like jackie chan movie it wasn't you didn't see wire work until the matrix matrix it was previous to that was a bootleg VHS thing you had to you had to be to be looking under rocks to see things that didn't feel like ET and just wander in and for the same movie ticket price have completely different psychological serum injected into you a walkout going why was that funny and violent and and why did it love and.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I saw Netflix. Every so often when they have, you know, horror section movies recommended for you section. Sometimes it glitches. Did you notice that and the romance section would be horror movies to something fucks up? And I happened to see that they had movies for ages eight to ten Scarface. River. Kids running around floated her woman split like she loves it. She loves this movie. And we're gonna see what wind river is seen wind river. It's about rape on Indian reservation. I'm like, okay. Well, I don't know if my kids ready just yet. Christian finnegan? You follow online Christ Finnegan on Twitter, Christ Finnegan on Instagram Christiana YouTube channel. Yeah. Christian Finnegan dot com is the website. Okay. I mentioned if you're a person the area of our nation's capital live in around Washington DC, I'm recording my fourth album on Valentine's Day. It's exciting at the DC improv. And I would encourage you to go downtown today. I did not really pick Valentine's Day so much agency. It was given to me. This was given to me. I keep go. I'm so glad they're friendly. Giving me better. I keep blowing Valentine's Day. It's like, you know, what I have to work this year. Bec-? I wanted to do it again at the DC and province where I did my first album, and I love that club. And I love the audiences and that only coming in for what I was just there about four months ago. And so usually I'm only once a year, and so didn't make sense to I knew it would be a little weird for me to try to book a whole weekend there. And so I just I wrote the GM who's a percent. No. And I said, hey, do you have any like nights where I could combine just do to shows to record now. And she wrote back and she said, well, actually Valentine's Day is Thursday. And if you want to do it that night, and it actually works out. Well, I don't know. Now, I don't think it's a big deal. Valentine's? No, it's completely arbitrary. It's way more about like does she need to be acuity? But about staking blowjob day right can blow job thing. Yes. It is. It is the thing and people actually drive through right? I I hate that day because then that means it's only that day. That's what would Valentine's Day mean than the only Devereaux mound. Is it that only ladies how how does it work out ladies? Yes. It's the one day of romance while I don't wanna have one day of steak, and blow jobs, guess, we all have to work on something. We all have our sacrifices we need make. But yeah. So if you're interested in that all these improper dot com. These improv dot com. It's right there. Actually, that's a good Valentine's Day, if you is doing that was the only thing I was worried about is like I'm not going to have to like mention Valentine's Day. So as you know on the web's I haven't looked at the app, but apparently on the website, they're making clear like this isn't album recording in. So it's not like don't expect to like get up on stage and proposed her girlfriend, very romantic. I think it's romance to go see comedy. I think it's romance, especially if it's like an album recording things because you feel like you're doing something it's different than just going to a club on a typical Saturday nights. Like, oh, I'm going now recording an event of some sort of defines a very roommate. She's filing divorce papers. Jared Minoza farts in the mornings Mellors smarten tonight. Faggot tinos. You should have a curated keeping the girl dot com slash history. Explains to you all the things we've been through and fourteen years of podcasting. Help us reach your fifteen. Yeah. Without your help on this Kickstarter to another year. And also if we don't reach the actual Kickstarter amount it all goes to shit. Yeah. That's yeah. That's all right. Well, we did that fell keeping the girl dot com slash history. Check it out.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"He literally gets to choose where and when and what kind of move he makes four decades now. Okay, hold on. And he's and he's a male in this industry at whatever the fuck eight he wants she is a fat woman who gets to have very few roles that are going to be accepted and green lit, and I get that that was one of hers, but that might have been her first one second one tenth one that is one hundred try on this. So no, we can't compare. What what I'm saying? Like, you know, I think she's really good at doing that very broad silly slapstick. Chase great. But that doesn't mean she's that saw those movies. Of course, she is. Oh, you think that they're giving wait hold on you think giving her some other options and she's going. No, I don't wanna be the beautiful male the female lead. I know I wanna have him. I remember that improv. That's the person. That's that's what she did. Get adults. Everything that that's the sketch comedy is her. She was either groundlings or second city. That's that's her world that is more true world, Gilmore girls, and can you ever forgive? She's giving all kinds she's being given all kinds of opportunity in his only filling the rolls of fat woman. I'm saying that in these movies. I'm saying that that's what she came up doing like Chris Farley did Chris Farley type roles. But I mean, she into Gilmore girls if that's how she started good question. God Christian, please. Why do you defend this garbage widely? They get because you're painting the broad brush in your in my crash, he decades. Yes. But what I'm saying? I don't I don't agree. First of all, I think it diminishes. I don't like this idea that when somebody all the sudden does like a quote unquote, adult movie that that negates they're silly goofy wacky slapstick shit. That's there's a fuck and right to make those kind of movies to this automatically shitty. Just because it's goofy. And Adam Sandler until this new fucking special. No, I I will stand up for happy Gilmore one hundred times out of one hundred that Christians the second movie was that two decades ago. Yes. All right. So he's decades we're arguing to different things. Arguing two very separate things saying brought her saying they only give her the falling into shit movies. Like, no, they don't only give her. She's not only giving jacking the she came flying in the ship. That's how she made her Buchan bone. Is you? Jack, Christian nothing. Literally candy was unhappy time murders three months ago, which is another falling in the shit movies. What I'm saying, why are you turning off my mind because I'm yelling, she's a broad person who has brought interest and broad talented long with falling into shit one moment and then doing sort of a dull comedy about the world. And another moment. I'm just saying that you think I'm saying, what are you? Are you? Very different than what you think. I'm arguing what I'm saying is like just because she's done this one movie that is getting critically respected, and is kind of more of a nuance adult type role that doesn't mean that the other shit. She did autumn garbage. And it doesn't mean it's not garbage. She doesn't she doesn't suddenly get credit for being a good movie in have no blame for being in a shitty movie. She's made choices and these the movies in. Of course, choices are more limited. Of course, they are so absurd..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"And you hear about this. I do at least every year in something like a wal mart or target. So man when December's common put it on layaway, I've done some guy was trying to go viral pay for it for you. There's if you send. To Santa Claus. If you send a letter or anything to Santa Claus. It will be at the post office, and they will organize those letters. And so what you can do around. This time is go to your post office and pick up some of those letters and actually make the true. That's cool. We did that my brothers worked at that. And then I realized that can happen. So I went on another time, and I picked up three different envelopes and feel guilty. Because it's like if I don't fill these three they didn't have a chance to others, you're, but you open them up and somebody's like I wanna laptop like you can keep wanting. Okay. You open up another one. And it's like all my family wants is thanksgiving dinner or Christmas dinner, and I'm like, okay, I can go food shopping. And so I actually went food shopping and showed up at their door with a whole bunch of shit. Like, this might seem creepy because I'm not your door because he told Santa where you live Santa's not look like the representing. A completely different vibe. Also you ever like think like what would I do if I won the lotto? And it's always my thing to win the lotto than gone Kickstarter and just funding things and just like relieving people of this goddamn nonsense of making started, please let me artist, please. Let me just like you to be an artist you get to be an artist. I just like looking fill the whole thing. Next thing you have six thousand colours that you can charge your phone off. Next thing. You know, you have forty three hundred terrible one person shows. Were they come to your house performance? The worry about it. Yeah. You got to click that I don't want my reward. But those kinds of well good. All right ready for the movie section can you ever? Forgive me is a movie that's out. It's a plus I recommend it that is the movie Iraq on it as well. It's super good. Let's McCarthy and she's not falling over into shit. And no that's good Melissa McCarthy is one of the greatest actors. I I knew on Gilmore girls. She she spot on not give stupid buffoonery shit right now. So it's really good to hear that she's bad way. They don't give it to her she chooses it. She has agency. I mean, if we're going to give if we're going to give Adam Sandler shit for picking for crappy. Okay. That movie Mandy, she did which I think it was called Mandy it was the one that she wrote it inflators contain her husband directed it in. It's the most falling into shit movies of all she's done that was her project that was her project. I'm saying I love her. But it's like, let's not say any bad movie. She does somebody else's fault. Any good movie? She doesn't serval. Well, if we okay. But if you want to check it all the way, Adam Sandler has his own production company..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I gave everybody cards like, hey, was nice rehearsing with you. Let's have a great show, and I gave him like a whole bunch of cinnamon little things like everything cinnamon from the Bodega little thing at the closing. We were already dating. And so he mentioned this pipe that he. And his friends. It was like the first pipe describe it. And I had it made. And I put it in with a whole bunch of cinema and stuff again, he took a picture of that they had a name for the pipe. It was called Lani moo took a picture of the pipe scentists, childhood friend, and she was funded all my God. Where did you find Lani moo? And it was like this thing that together replicated. Yeah. This thing that they didn't have in a while. They'll come to good. I'm like, how did you know? I wanted this thing. And she's like, listen, I'm. I gotta do that thing. Listen, this is right. That time here where it's like how the fuck have. I let more than eleven months ago, right? Without having any idea what my wife wants like how I spend my entire. She's like the person that I speak to the most by factor of twenty. And now it's already almost December. I have no fucking clue break. Did you not like anything all year because I have nothing clicking? They seems really corny. But people will absolutely say what they like all year round. And it's there's no shame in writing down. I feel like people think that that's cheating or that's kinda Mandic. This is the I will say that women will do that. Let express. Yeah. Right. I mean, that's a cliche. But I think cliches don't fall out of the sky their base on something because I'm sure I'm sure that my wife does that. I'm sure that you probably do that or whatever I don't think I've ever done that. I don't think it's ever occurred to me to sort of mention, right? I'm too busy taking medicine. There's not time. To mention. A man I think I think men will mention it without realizing it you'll more. They don't realize it. But I'm saying guys might mention experiences and like things that. Yeah. What's funny? Is you guys think negative spaces not space? So you'll be like this is what I don't want. We can sign a guy want. I'm more where it's like I wanna buy something for myself. And now, I don't feel like I can. Because in case you got this for me for Christmas. Like anytime about shopping all season. Oh my God. I really put an totally use that. But I can't fuck and by it because it's December eighth. Might already be a Christmas present purchase a now. And that never happens. Well, me, and my girlfriend would just past the store the other day, she stops to look at some dress in the window. All that's nice. I'm like, okay. Then she keeps walking. Then goes, I don't like it action. Like, okay. Follow it up because a man who referred Keith. This is a big holiday for the two of you just just me and her I haven't met the kids. They're not getting presence. I didn't get Europe. Joy, you know, that you had a girlfriend. Yeah. No. She has kids guys need to talk. How many kids honestly, I'm not sure. Trying to figure it out from her standing three kids teenagers. Do I know them? Do. I not them to do. I know her children Kyle Cossio. I don't know. No that. Doing it sweet do on those Brooklyn. And she got her love right in my dick right now. You can go for the eleven second for Christmas. Nice. Excellent. Two weeks the love. Man who referred to himself as Santa Claus visited WalMart store and therby Vermont last week and paid for several customers layaway items, including the items for people who weren't at the store at the time..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:25 min | 1 year ago

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"These really are the best sheets ever. Christmas time is coming. Are. You are you a good gift giver? No, I if I'm being honest. I I feel like there was a time when I really gave the extra effort and gift giving we don't really like camper night. We got into that vase with like what a we want because it's like all it's our collective money. It's kind of like what will we buy for each other? It's all coming out of the same pool. So it doesn't feel as as fun, and I don't really get to see my family as much on the holidays anymore in. So I will buy Christmas presents for people that my stepbrother, and I always by other sort of just weird goofy shit. I bought him. A Lionel Ritchie mask that I found online last last year. I think that goes from the maiden Japan or something just because it's just because goofy. But that's like the most that's the only person I've really put effort into buying gifts for other than that. I just I try to buy gifts that people aren't going to be. He's the only person I buy gifts for where the really I really just want the laugh when he opens it, you know, what I mean. Because spend more than thirty bucks for that. But with other people, I just try to buy something that they're actually not going to need to return. Do you know what I mean? Like, I don't know. I don't know. I'm done giving gifts like unless I see it. And I'm like, wow. You know, who would like it? And who cares? What holiday or birthday, it is fine. Right. My youngest brother. He's the worst gift giver, and you can tell there's no thought behind it. And he must have passed the garage sale once got a knife, but not like a cool Bowie knife like a like a regular steak knife in your drawer. Chef's night, just a knife just a knife. And then a sign that says, God bless this house. Like, he never met me in my life. I'm an atheist. Larry's I had all I needed one of these. I had an uncle I go. Thank you. Fuck. You. You don't mean it? I haven't who has schizophrenia and he's still believes his living in nineteen forties. But he when I was growing up. It was always hilarious. What gifts he would get us. Because it would just be wacko like one year. He got all my cousins. And I like pots and pans. They were gonna bag, but they refer like Betty Crocker. Like they were like children's pots and pans for like an easy bake oven kind of thing. And we were like fourteen fifty years old and one year he got his because he'd always gets the same thing. He got me a pad of paper that had like a funny little saying on top in the like, a notepad in a said the opinion of the man in the house is not necessarily that of the management, right? Which is for like a housewife? Right. You know what I mean like? Okay. Thanks. Maybe maybe a brother has schizophrenia and has an excuse goes dum shit. Maybe maybe maybe he believes nineteen forty that would be that would make sense a little bit more. Of course, followed Christians Twitter at Christ Finnegan, and he rates a Hess mini trout. Gadjah the Christmas gift that says I picked us up on the way over until your mom. She'll ever damn check on Friday. Great is baffling to me because this time of year we start seeing those test commercials and just I have to they wouldn't just be throwing money down the toilet. They wouldn't continue to make these things in less people were buying them. Yeah. They seem pretty excited in the commercials in the eighties. Right. I'm bringing all the gas. What some like nine year old kid on his phone playing on his twitch playing like fort night or something and you handing him this shitty. Gas station truck. Yeah. Thanks, dad into not nothing says the truck I think I'm a good gift giver, I've given like some stuff in the past where people are like oh shit. You listen to me. I'm does good. Come the thinks. I mean, you know, him empathetic. She is she's a great gift giver. It was one. Okay. So when I first met Hennessy we were in a play together. And he always got like, cinnamon, gum or cinnamon. Cinnamon was this thing. And so for the end of the play for the beginning of the play..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Run the nuclear of our point. I know it. He has the say, yes. Yes. Or that's dumbest. Fuck you know, that somebody be at Sarah Sanders, somebody Jared wrote this fucking question. Like, here's something that you can say to act like you have any information on this topic at all or. Yeah. Exactly freelance isn't making his own. And there's probably some like simple straightforward question. Like, hey, which which kind of engineer you're going to use which kind of you know, whatever action. I don't care about. Yeah. Just something to to show that I did thirty seconds of prep in the limo on over. But now, I gotta make this when my own as we all know steam magnetic, right? I know the word steam, so I'm gonna sumit go with steam. But what we're doing that very well. I would go. Joa electro-magnetic cats. Okay. Good. And then Trump says I'm actually glad that you gave that answer. That's that's the right answer. I could sleep again. Lecture magnetic cast. This was supposed to be a frivolous. Call but it could've went the wrong way big time, right electromagnetic whatever, I don't know I'm conducting actual incredibly dangerous business on Thanksgiving Day during a conference call. Like all you have to do is be like, hey, do you guys have a Turkey on the rate like just stupid? Right. Do you go with brine or do do you go with mandates because Brian is tried and true of many seems to be the latest thing? That thing is I see somebody. That sounds good actually sound bad. Right. It doesn't like manny's. I love man. Is. But I hate all condiments whatever unless it's hot sauce girlfriends like that like she scared of condiments yet. If if you've made as in the sandwich, unless I can fully remove it because you can't feel anything. Catch ups, not a thing. Hey catch up my head. Just really that's weird. My sandwiches. So to speak rivals. That I should get. Switches does that sound hot Heo if you said sandwich, I put Suraj on my sandwich that would sound a little that that's a word for vagina that I don't feel like as ever been hands. Oh my God. Oh my God. Are you having sex because it doesn't sound like it? No. Visit that got laid a lot you say, it's it's sort of. 'cause you're you're eating it and meat in your sandwich. Let me make it nonvegetarian. This is all very sexy talker, you're bringing your own shouldn't you call? John sandwich, all your problems putting meat in it tomatoes catch up if you want to the time of catch month. Yeah. Kitchen sandwich. The bread the tube stakes mothered and underwear sauce. I guess I'll have to have sex you in your butts sandwich. Let's get an television. Let me put my banana in there. Our parents are very proud of something about nuts in my forties. Speaking of sex. Let me tell you about the sexiest sheets. I have on my bed that I have sex on. Yes. This is clean part of my house. My sheets Brooklyn and sheets are the greatest sheets I've owned in my entire life. And if you ever told me ever in my past that one day, you're going to be in your forties excited that tell people where they get sheets. I swear take your face shove it enough fucking garbage disposal. I'd be like bullshit. There's no way. But here I am telling you how to get the best sheets you've ever had and very excited about it. I'm so excited about how to cuss words. This is some copy, right? Yeah. Brooklyn and works directly with manufacturers directly with customers. No middlemen. That.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:47 min | 1 year ago

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"He would he believes it more than anything because he has to and not only does he believe himself. Like you're saying he believes his fellow inmates. There was a one of his cellmate at a certain point was removed because he was a kiddie porn, dude. And they found naked drawings of children that he had done in his cell and Pam textra. What he told cameras in this is in her book. She said her dad told. Yeah. Her dad says they were midgets they weren't kids. They were midgets. He was just drawing pictures of midgets of absurd insane thing ever. But these are the things that they have to believe about each other in order like all believe your bullshit. If you believe mine that kind of thing does party you can't help. But think minute kind of hope you do drop the soap. No Keith prison. Rape is funny. The more, you know, let me also race doesn't help person be like any. No, it's not gonna that person's gonna come while. I see the world in complete rain yet. I've been wrong. This whole time really wanted to better. Now, stop stop Lawrence. All right. So let me be fair. If I play that I play that old clip of Donald Trump, Donald Donald standby, you this very recent. This is over thanksgiving. Donald Trump talking to military members during thanksgiving and him trying to act like he knows anything. Well, so when you do the new carriers as we do, and he's he's on the phone, which is interesting because you'll hear the other end of the phone so he's on speakerphone, but he has the receiver to they're doing. Well, so when you do the new carriers as we do and as with thinking about doing would you go with steam, or would you go with electromagnetic because steam is very reliable and the electromagnetic. I mean, unfortunately, have to be Albert Einstein to really work at properly. What would you do? Navy officer. FBI to run a nuclear of our. Well, what we're doing that? Very well, yes, sir. You have to be very smart to do. What we do. We are smart. You know, you're talking to the United States navy? You know, you didn't call quiz. No, right. Teenagers fucking around on a fishing trip. We're a carrier. We overnight explained it to us. We're good. I love that. Like all of his references are just like the dumbest kind of simple. Yeah. You gotta be Albert Einstein. Like, he's probably the kind of guy who had some of these blind. He'd be like, hey, Stevie Wonder all references are just like the dumbest big boobs. Dolly parton..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:35 min | 1 year ago

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"So it's you know. It sucks that Dwight Howard. Is a piece of shit, which he seems to be base. If what's to be believed by the threat is true. It seems like he's kinda shit head. But it also is just kinda like crappy that this is the way this is coming out because it's like it just gives a release for all the people to make just dumb trans jokes or whatever. But I will say I'm semi pleasantly surprised that it has not lit up social media the way, I think it would have ten years ago that I think even a lot of basketball. I'm a big basketball fans while I follow a lot of basketball writers on Twitter. There's sort of a a uniform ity of like, hey, this is fucked up what he did. But there's nothing wrong with being attracted, whoever among sports, I'm telling you. But I'm telling you is basketball is definitely the most progressive of all the major sports, but it's better than it would have been ten years ago. It's been interesting to see it's been interesting to see people not kind of just immediately. And of course, idiots on Twitter making the stupid. Would expect but among the sort of more established pushers information. Yeah. The influencers the NBA influencers people seem to have kind of like a, hey, let's not descend into it's kind of like the same way that like everybody kind of has accepted now that prison rape jokes are just not fucking cool in the way that used to be just like the easiest punchline. Hey, don't drop the soap. And now people are like, hey, you know, what that's fucking rape. And maybe it's not a hilarious thing. You know, speaking of which Trump is asking the supreme court to fast track the transgender military ban, the malls when you complain on my shins hurt. Sometimes I can't go to war. Now, these people for whatever reason are willing to go to war, and you're saying, no, well, it's all of a piece. I mean, the anti trans stuff the border stuff the confederate monument stuff. It's all a piece. It's a trying to reestablish a world order. It's trying to establish like nine. Eighteen fifty s America world order over again. And I think that they're sort of this idea of art where we've crossed the Rubicon at this point. We're just gonna go full hog on. Gay marriage is going to be the next thing. I'm telling you, you know, and I don't think it'll be successful at the end of the day. But I think it's all part of the same impulse. I watch. I I'm watching the west wing for the first time, and I know I'm late to the party. But I cannot imagine that that the White House is even comparable now to this TV show. Do you know what I mean don't even know if it was comparable, then honestly, I didn't watch a lot of the west the west wing. But I mean I seen enough of it compared the west wing. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee, saying there's like one of these would seem fake well that that's the thing. Things. Like, like, I'm love the show, veep, the HBO show, and it's like, you know, in the whole thing when that show starters like oh my God. I can't believe all this amateur nonsense is going on behind scenes at the White House. You watch veep. And you're like, oh my God. I long for this level of competence, right? You have a guy filling in for the press secretary on west wing. And so he tries to make a joke little light hearted. But it's taken around. And he says the report you only had one question. That's a question. That's a stupid question. He says kind of what the small then they have to deal with that. Now, you look at Trump. Yeah. Looking at a woman happens to be only women that he does it too. And it's like that's stupid..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

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"I was saying this. I love that special. And I think it's the terrible movies that confuse us because I I think what it is. Or let us know what he's about. But there are certain. But all his sorry, all his albums or great. Yeah. It was I I don't know about the later runs is the only one I owned, but the first one I really liked and I think people of certain age say thirty eight to forty five I'm probably at the top end of that age bracket that they have these really fond memories of Adam Sandler, not only on us. And I have memories of from being on remote control, you know, them TV game show. And and so I've always so seeing him sort of descend into sort of self parody of these just really awful beyond awful movies. I feel like I've been even harsher on him than younger people might be because I remember when he didn't fuck and suck. And so the fact that you suck so hard now it's kind of like Phil Collins, or it's just like Phil Collins was making kind of typical eighties crappy pop music, but because he had been. A dude in Genesis. And they were like a prog sort of like that they had been a respectable band. You went harder on Phil Collins, not believe you said, Phil collen. Yes. I can't. That's what you brought up the back of your that's throws. But Colin people went harder on Phil Collins than they did on a Richard Marx because nobody no new Richard Marx's anything, but if I can eighties cheese ball, whereas Phil Collins had this career of being thought of as being quality where insane Adam Sandler, not that. He was quality. But people thought he was like funny and interesting, and so then later block so bad. It was like, okay. Fuck you twice because you you didn't have to suck so hard. And so to see how special as kind of reminded you a little bit of like, oh, yeah. That's kind of why used to like, Adam Sandler. That's that's the quality that I hadn't seen in twenty years lap, the bad taste out of your mouth a little bit. But once once again, I could tell the boys in the band that? I like Adam say on the economy that the whole you whole reason you brought that up you could make that joke. And then I totally take you off top. Well, I saw I saw some as I loved Andrew dice clay. And I saw some fair fairly recent New Year's Eve special you did and right away. He starts with look at these two faggot Tinos in the front row. And I'm like, no, no see that's different though. Because that's actually what he was back. Then it's not it's not like he was great. You were dumb. I mean, we were don't don't we were all dumb. It's not like like, Andrew dice clay. I think we all kind of woke up. I mean, what do you what do you comedy has to evolve? So if you're not evolving, we have to go you already told that joke, and it's been decades will and it's just the truth. Is that a dude in his late fifties early sixties telling jokes, just not as cool as twenty seven faggot tree is no longer a punchline? That's not like. Yeah. Get him. All right. Well, we don't want to. Right. Well, I mean, I don't I feel like even bring it up. It's kind of negative or whatever. But I don't know if you guys have followed this Dwight Howard thing that's gone online. Last today's basketball player. Dwight howard. Got a trans woman basically outed him as being. Into men and trans women and shitty. Yeah. But he she he'd white Howard in his pastor who I guess is sort of his sort of enforcer has kind of like fixer. He has sort of pastor that like hangs around like hanger on essentially was threatening her with violence, if she told the truth, and so she kind of went to social media to be like, okay, I'm being threatened by these people fuck this guy in..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

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"And mouse, it was described to me that way it was like, you know, fight them off until you can't fight them off until you're married. And then, you know, just give him what he needs. And then you'll be all right sex used to sound like something that you have to like put up with in order to live your life. You know with some Lovin it, right? The woman goes to the guy's house just to hang out a little bit. And then all of a sudden, she's like, yeah. I'd like to go home now. And he's like. Yeah. But it's really fucking cold outside put my drink. And he's like, hey, calm down. She's like what about my sister? And the neighbors these like, easy stay here. You know? Yeah. My mother used to one of the things that she would want me about his watcher drink. Like, really, that's the one thing. I watch my drinking clubs like that. Was the one rule? I had you know, like, yes, I'm breaking my parents rules. I'm here without them knowing but I better watch my drink is very prevalent, very normal very normal guys to take your head and like put it down by their day. Dea? You know, just here's the thing. The problem is part of that is hot you know, what I mean that my head and mice. Yeah. So that's the problem. And I can't tell if it's because of my upbringing that everything that's taken is hot, and that's part of it. But it also is hot. Well, that's what I don't know. How to explain to you that like a real genuine look of horror is different than we're playing. Yes. But it is slightly. The only thing I would say to to younger people who grew up in an age where things were taken differently is just remember that this shit was just in the air pollution. It was just it invaded your brain. Whether you wanted to or not like I was saying what they mean by toxic masculine. Yeah. I mean, we were talking before we got on the air about this this dude that I know and that we know that that that I kind of think is turned into a bit of a bit of a scuz-. But at the time I thought like, oh, yeah, I'm not like that. But hey, he's kind of normal on. And I'm the I'm the weirdo. I'm like, I'm the bleeding heart already guys taking that's the norm. And then I remembered Christian used to get used to get made fun of all time. Everyone thought you were gay and like you always got put into the friend zone. It was very frustrating nor the friend zone thing you could. Plenty of sex. So yeah, it was. And so I thought yet you're a more gentle person. This other dude is like how normal guys are. And so you're to agree. But I would say that even if you know putting myself, you know, not absolving myself that even that sort of gentle shit. I probably played that in the angle, you know, more in we know dudes, certainly in sort of Lower East Side world, who's, you know, we know plenty of dudes who kind of played that I'm the sensitive guy who's not like that..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"It to tell the boys about you. Bring a girlfriend maybe girl, you're trying to have sex. I'm gonna fuck you. Wait till I tell my friends. The number one thing ladies. The reason you have to hide your numbers. Bring a girlfriend maybe bring to got my camera. Make a star out of you. Let's inject it photograph it down to the subway. Let the boys have it reached down low slide in real slow. I wanna hear your engines roar before in the door. You feel so good. Wait. Let me say this sexy right through so good. Do you know? Once more got one. Sorry, not easy. One more shot before out the door. Was it hot for you, masking? Did you fire this round this to second debt? I'm through believing this town. Oh, wow. That's a good. Bye. Maybe it wasn't appropriate. I think this is going to be good for your your eighth grade party real. But I was listening to that stuff to listening to guns and roses, I used to love her, but I had to kill her. She six feet under. You know, she such a fucking whore. Remember, the t shirt that guns and roses had brother had one? It was also poster very popular. It was basically guns N roses on the fun. I think it was the cross one on the back. It was a woman in an alley who that was the original cover band who was just obviously raped and her underwear she was sitting in the alley like all fucked up and like her clothes ripped off. Her underwear was down by her knees. And she was left for dead, basically. And that was haywar men. Listen to our music, right? By like toy robots though, aren't there like toy robot surrounding her? I didn't pay attention to the robber. Are. They was there is this artist think Robert Williams was his name. And he was the one who did that the cover and that was the sort of ban guns and roses cover, and but there was a time. It's like, oh, man. People can't handle how cool and bad ass. Not like this is really genuinely wrong like, oh, those adults kind of had a point when they were upset about that. That's not the kind of thing. It was a monster not a robot. So it was like this big mostly teeth, and then just hands basically how women see men and yet here. She is. She's like completely half dead. Yes. She even one shoe off for some reason in an alleyway. One kid is out her her underwears below her knees her skirt Dhillon. It's like the aftermath of the pinball seen in the accused. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, what was interesting is my parents were very very conservative, and we weren't even supposed to talk about sex. But my brother had this shirt at the age of around thirteen. And this is what I thought sex was a think about you on. That's thing is that you know, we associated you know, there because there also was a sort of Jimmy Swaggart religious pruder's into the eighties. And so we associated well if you have a problem with any represents representation of sexuality, then you're clearly some fucking conservative asshole. Whatever it's like, you know, just because our tit is out doesn't make it like erotic or hot. It's still a violent crime. But because I know for myself, it was just like to me a naked lady and a drawing of a woman having been raped in an alleyway where the same to me, it's sex and therefore desirable. I notice maybe blowing people's minds. I think that you know. A bold statement. Just just a warning. You know that that that this is Julius behind you. She's twenty something. And this isn't the conversation that people are having. But this legit was what I thought sex was. I thought I'm supposed to wait until this dude takes it. From me. I'm supposed to fight it off until I kinda get tired of it. And admit that I want it not kidding. This was like how I I made out with anyone like how I like how how the game that it was like, very cat..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

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"On the middle screen. I've noticed this with women that a would you say that is a Keith Malley women thing because I don't necessarily by the way for categorizing me in that manner. Just grown. Just really not my favorite thing is as your your passion line women. Type it. And if you don't know what to take type in Stein medication and the number one over the counter thing to take pops up right away that is diamond all rice die begun. Yeah. That is the second greatest thing that the internet has to offer us. The first porn. No porn is a three versus overthrowing evil governments. Or reestablishing them. But. Bolstering them. Okay. Okay. I don't know. Why is it so hard to take medicine regularly? It doesn't. How your knees taking glucose Amine, take it? Yeah. Yeah. I think you're lying. I'm not. My little pharmacy my house when used to give me shit about my how much chew my fingers that. I think you may have sort of an issue with with people not taking medicine, or you know, that that scene south arm. Yes. Yeah. Or just like, why are you doing the thing? Yeah. You have that sort of quality to you sort of a. Yeah. Why you had to like it's weird quirk? Well, because I don't know. But I'm saying that might not be a win women thing. It's just something about people that bother you. But because women are the because you're intimately involved with a woman in the way, they want with a man that you associated with a woman thing when it's really it's the people thing that bothers I've I've maybe your male friends are not telling you when they have a, hey, exactly. That's what I'm saying. You're not exposed to win your male friends. You know, I do want to hear on our our when you when you give that opinion based on this conversation include your sex, jer probably get to we'll get to the bottom of this. Last time you're on with the Jesse Joyce. He were talking about phone banking retired about him calling people up. It's the midterms wake the fuck up. We, of course, recently had the election are can take all the credit. Well, are we placed for more pleased now than I was that night? I mean because a lot of those races and the getting called a few days later, or whatever and. So obviously happy that the house flipped. I was slightly. Sweating it that night. It started off looking really bad in the things weren't going. Well, and so I, you know, because I felt like a lot of people on the left kind of had that we're gonna get fucked. It's all going to end badly, and I had sort of tried to deny that when in the weeks leading up to the midterms are people like all the Democrats have blowing it they're gonna blow it, and I was like, I don't don't do that, you know, just don't make this a self filling prophecy. And then the first couple hours that night, I did start to succumb to that feeling of like, what are you doing you nervous bikes nails to cuticle? Yeah. Well, that's what I do when I'm not nervous. So I I have to pay around a lot. I walk around a lot. I get sweaty. Like my head. I get itchy and sweaty. And I start pulling at my clothes and things like that super hot. Yes. Super sexy shit. That's That's really hot. hot. Here. It's robin. Right. I'm not crazy. Right. It's Robin Williams in that movie. Jack, you know, he just tugs. Just like everyone saw a fifth tier? Robin Williams movie the Seto the movie, Jack, which was a low point and Francis Ford Coppola's career, which I don't know why. No that he directed that. But he did because everybody knows that crypto Christians given. No, I haven't. I haven't seen it, by the way, my sense had an end to it Christian. That's all right. Yeah. I, but I don't know that seem Keith I'm sorry. It's the whole fucking movies a kid in the polls. I desert. Oh, I got visual. I understood it look at this. That doesn't mean you're right. Doesn't mean. Either one of you. Right. But we're all okay. Trump was in Palm Beach. Here's a somebody a singing to him about how great he is. And how we all have is back..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Flicks comedy central. He's been on cone the today show, Christian Finnegan. Here the worst. I I'm sorry mine. Why? There's there's a neutral version of that. That's not suck or wasn't. I really didn't think. Honestly, when I said that I was already looking forward to rubbing Kice facing it that I beat him in silent trailers. And so I hadn't even thought about like, how am I going to say Hello, really? I had already had a little thing. Worked out can be like, hey, I think I did that sound trailers. How did I do again on the fucking shit out of the shit outta Keith? Yeah. So so I was already excited to do that. Would you introduce me? I didn't have anything for pear. And that's just what came out. And so my default Motors. When you're not paying attention. Yeah. That's just what's great. Sorry politics. You've always been that dimmed late for me. I am the I'm the physical manifestation of the dying of like. It's very inspiring rage against me. Let me ask you this. How long have you been married first off four hundred twelve years four hundred twelve years. So you've been with them for a good good amount of time. Right. Indeed, Kemba elbow. Why why Meads is already bad? And the has this thing with medicine that she won't take it like she's scared of us being the greatest country in the world marshes. She's she's cautious. Right. Like, she'll show have the flu. And doesn't know you take flu medicine, right? I do forget. And I do that. There are things for simple system. And I say, I say why not take something over the counter? And she she makes up like weird excuses like that just makes you comfortable. I've ever heard anything dumber and Mike like for my body to fight its own diseases and my girlfriend now she has a stye and I'm trying to get her to regularly take medicine. She's like I took it to talk to a child. When did you take it four days ago? It took it once his is what Keith has to offer for his relationships. This is the thing why are you fighting this? So far, I notice it's a women thing. And I was curious if this happens with yes, Julia, put your head back on straight. It's a woman thing. I don't know that that's true. You don't think I really wanna like joining me like, yeah. Totally dude. But I don't know. I don't know that my why my wife has to take a pill every day, you know, right for anti babies for breast cancer comedy fund. Right. Nobody needs to know that after you have to. Yes. But I don't know she takes medicine. I guess I mean, well what I will say though, is that she sometimes would rather think that the end is not I then to actually take the medicine. I will say that that sometimes it's like, oh my God. I think I think I have lumbago or whatever. And then I'll be like, well, did you have you have you paid? I'm sorry. I'm what I'm saying. Is that sometimes she will? She will think that the sky is falling and this something terrible's happening in. It'll be like well have you taken a Tylenol or whatever? Like, no. I haven't done that initial take I'm fine. Or like, she'll be like, oh my God. I think I think I have stomach stomach tumors. You're just hungry and she'll have lunch better now. But I don't know if that really applies to it drives me crazy. I took the I took the Stein medicine three days ago. And I still have this problem, others directions. It take it every six hours, and that's the end of it. I just won't go away. I read something about putting teabag on my eye. Stick with one of them if it's going to be coffee in your door regularly. What are you doing just jumping around? It could be it could be fixed could be cured. I don't understand what's wrong with people. The just type in your problem on the internet and it. If it's that's the worst, dude. That's the worst. She says to me Stein's aren't contagious. I Google are sties contagious. First thing that pops up styles are contagious. She somehow found that was the first entry literally just dies are contained. Yes. It's a weird website are sties contagious dot com. Literally. Yes, it's the big. Yes..

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"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Come to i don't know what it was about them but i mean they should have massive hit singles and they had massive albums whatever reason that in convert to arena shows but obviously that is where the money is specially it wasn't so much ten or fifteen years ago but it is now because because audience is a streaming music and don't get so much as a very expensive to run type of band as much from that so it has to be there in turn the merge that comes with it and that's where the money comes in did you think people want to launch bans like this in the eastern come over a case of well economy says solo artist sad ukulele cover that we will room for the destiny's child's of the future i think that is by you need would need to be smart about it and i think since the last big girl and launched with that's v harm your little makes quite recent launches in terms of the scope of pop history was toughest changed so much in terms of who the gatekeepers are and where you get your music and how you find out about music we don't all those three things spotify now so you think you need to be quiet smart about it and and because it's music lead on spotify music friday comes up and it's just a list of songs really rather than photos or videos that being the first thing you see you need to make sure that the music is stronger than anything in the world over anyone's is anymore i find that really dispersing here's your niece spreadsheets on the friday.

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"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Hello and welcome to big mouth home finally melt handmade pub culture nitpicking amount you harrison with me as usual sham patently dependable mukalla struck and so my people to sean how you been it's been full of me making my own breakfasts making yeah it's it's good to go personal discipline exciting guests with this week making his big mouth debut peter robinson creator of pop justice which started out as a blog i'm vault into the destination for grown up pop with a capital p music pizza got into music journalism by making a kale fanzine which makes you feel both ancient and not justified he wrote the peter robinson verses column for the enemy for decayed and he carries on the smash hits quotes tradition quote of doing foolish things or the english language in order to make popstars the more interesting hello pizza well big mouth how you very well thank you glad to finally be here you went to that kale every reunion how was that it was i think if you hadn't been into the few would look at it and say this is just offline bad on the way posting king have i spent one hundred quid plus taken three days of work during the week and spent on nation is this good use of my money and up until the point when job is coca appeared with low to people in robes singing justified ancient with two coffins being carried around and everyone going mental me crying ongoing it wasn't worth the money but that's second is this is great then we went to three mile walk through liverpool and there was a bonfire and arriva fantastic as it was good and my review somebody graffiti the bombedout church didn't they which down very badly with local one one of the days was spent because it was.

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