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Fresh update on "trevor" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"So it was kind of interesting. But yeah, the Lakers basically said and Vogel said that he's still a ways away. But that is Vogel's favorite phrase if you know the way he talks about injuries. He always says a guy is a ways away. But sometimes they play like two days later. That was the case here in Orlando, Alicia. He finally, somebody brought up, and I don't know who it was, but somebody brought up, hey, ariza's original injury designation had him getting reevaluated in about a week from now. So are we still on that timeline or what? And that's when vocal finally kind of gave a little bit and said, well, yeah, we're still on that timeline, so I am hoping to know more information within the next week or so in terms of when he'll be. He'll be coming back. So still a ways away, but it sounds like a return is indeed getting closer for him and interestingly enough, Vogel said he thinks ariza is the key to unlocking a lot of things for the Lakers specifically running Anthony Davis at center because he can put ariza on the other team's best wing and allow LeBron James to not have to do that. Now, again, maybe that might be a little bit of wishful thinking, assuming a 36 year old Trevor ariza is gonna fill that big of a role and make that big of a difference, but that is what Vogel will say. So yeah, 36 years old and you're 18 and coming off an injury. Right, we get it. There's a couple other guys in that roster and that range of experience in the NBA that are doing just fine. But yeah, that's kind of questionable. And he didn't look necessarily great, I guess in his last run, he was okay in Miami, but there were times when I don't think he gave them exactly what they were hoping for. As far as being a defensive guy, but it was clear the Lakers plan was to be able to weather a reason started or not, but to be able to apply a lot of AD at the 5 with a reason LeBron at the forward spots kind of interchangeable there for those who have been then Russ and probably a shooter. What was likely that the plan there. And I still think that probably is their best grouping. When you get there where that be Wayne Ellington or Malik monk or maybe it is Avery Bradley, I don't know, but I do think that's probably the best lineup so you can go to. So we'll see because they're back to playing two bigs together a lot, starting at the four. And I don't even hate the idea just AD starting games at the four. Right. Because I think playing them at the 5 too many minutes, you're asking them to be worn down. It's just not getting we already know. I mean, I mean, what was the stat the other day? Kirk goldsbury had. He's the worst, basically the worst shooter in the I saw that. And watching the games, he kind of makes sense, right? I think I tweeted something like, this is one of those stats where this can't be accurate. But then when you think about it, you're like, what do you think about your good shooting the ball? Yeah, a lot of long twos that aren't going in..
Titans' NFL-best winning streak now 7, edge Saints 23-21
"The Titans picked up their sixth straight win by holding off the seats twenty three twenty one Ryan Tannehill ran and threw for touchdowns to help Tennessee improved to seven to ten hill had a one yard run just after the two minute warning in the first half giving the Titans a thirteen six lead Danielle was nineteen of twenty seven for two hundred thirteen yards we are going to suffer but I'm never gonna projects for wind proud of our guys we battled through they were able to make some some plays when it counted and and come with the wind so proud of our guys really you know stepping up Trevor Simeon tossed a fifteen yard TD pass to Marquez Callaway with one sixteen left pulling the seats within twenty three twenty one but Simeone threw incomplete to mark Ingram on the two point try dropping New Orleans to five and four I'm the ferry
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71
"Duke ranked ninth in the AP's preseason college basketball poll tipped off the new season with a seventy nine seventy one victory over temporary Kentucky in the second game of champions classic at Madison Square Garden number three Kansas won the opener eighty seven seventy four of a Michigan state the blue devils were led by two freshman guard Trevor kills topped all scorers with twenty five points well forward Paulo bunker and a twenty two to begin March the subsidies final season as dukes head coach in the earlier game Kansas road senior ocio barges twenty nine points to a win over the Spartans Tom Mariam New York
Family says ex-U.S. Marine on hunger strike in Russian prison
"Ex marine imprisoned in Russia has gone on a hunger strike attorneys and the family of former U. S. marine Trevor reed say he has begun a hunger strike to protest his detention and human rights abuses behind bars in Russia the twenty nine year old reed was convicted in July and sentenced to nine years for assaulting police officers in Moscow read who's from Texas was studying Russian and visiting his girlfriend at the state department Tuesday spokesman that price was asked about read and American Paul way but was also imprisoned in Russia after being convicted in June of espionage securing the release of Americans who were unjustly detained in Russia that includes of course Paul Whalen that includes Trevor read out remains an absolute priority
The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann
"I don't know about you, but I like talking to John's mirror. And I was talking to him was a yesterday about John Dewey, Horace Mann, about education about what mcauliffe said before he went down in flames and John, I thought, let's keep talking about that because we had ten minutes here. And I said, this is actually so important. And that's why when he said what he said that parents shouldn't have the right to interfere in what the teachers teach I just thought that is one of the wildest statements I've ever heard. The idea that an adult running for office could say such a thing or even things such a thing, again, call me naive, but I was absolutely astonished. Well, it was a great moment of candor. Terry mcauliffe said in a debate, parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in schools. We have experts for that. That was very candid. And as I said last time, Horace Mann, the founder of mass compulsory public education in America, Horace Mann, school for teachers is associated with Columbia University. I remember seeing it when it would get off to Trevor bridge. He was a Unitarian. He kept that kind of quiet. He was a social gospel reformer, and he thought it was the job of public schools to save children from their parents. You had all these fundamentalist Christians who believed in the Bible. You had all these Catholic immigrants getting off the boat like my ancestors. And they had all these reactionary views. They were not on board with modern science with progressive ideas with eugenics with all the things that the progressive movement had in mind. A massive federal government managing the country from the top down as experts basically peeling away the old constitution. Woodrow Wilson, before he ran for president, wrote a book about how the constitution was this archaic obsolete rickety 18th century mechanism we needed clear it out of the way so that we could run the government according to the dictates of modern science. And by modern science, they meant Charles
Saints overcome Winston injury, top Buccaneers 36-27
"PJ Williams picked off Tom Brady and returned it forty yards for a touchdown with one twenty four remaining securing the seats thirty six twenty seven victory over the Buccaneers Brady threw for four touchdowns but he also turned the ball over three times on a pair of interceptions and a fumble leading to sixteen Orleans points the wind could be costly for the saints who lost quarterback Jameis Winston to a knee injury early in the second quarter Trevor Simeon took over for Winston completed sixteen of twenty nine throws for one hundred fifty nine yards and a touchdown without a turnover Simeone led the saints on five scoring drives it produced two touchdowns and three field goals I'm the ferry
Jags end 20-game skid with 53-yard FG to beat Dolphins 23-20
"The Jaguars twenty game losing streak is over following the twenty three twenty win over the dolphins in London Matthew Wright nailed a fifty three yard field goal as time expired giving head coach urban Meyer and first overall pick Trevor Lawrence their first NFL victories right also hit a fifty four yarder to tight with three forty left Lawrence threw for three hundred nineteen yards and a touchdown as Jacksonville hit in Miami its fifth straight loss since a season opening win to a ton of I. lower was sharp in his return from injury completing thirty three of forty seven passes for three hundred twenty nine yards two touchdowns and one interception in the loss on the ferry
Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video
"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.
McPherson makes FG as time expires, Bengals beat Jags 24-21
"Evan McPherson kicked a thirty five yard field goal as time ran out giving the Bengals at twenty four twenty one triumph over the Jaguars Cincinnati trailed fourteen nothing at halftime before Joe burrow led a pair of quick TD drives in the third quarter Burroughs twenty five of thirty two for three hundred forty eight yards and a pair of TD passes to CJ is arma Trevor Lawrence ran for a touchdown but the number one pick in this year's draft failed to throw a scoring pass completing seventeen of twenty four for two hundred four yards and no interceptions for the one for Jaguars I'm Dave very
Stanton HRs as Yankees beat Jays 7-2, extend wild card lead
"Giancarlo Stanton's three run home run in the seventh inning broke open a close game leading New York to a seven two win over the blue jays at Rogers centre Stanton builders thirty fifth home run of the season of two little reliever Trevor Richards turning a one run lead into a four run cushion songs we're we're staying in our zones and having good at bats we always gonna make mistakes so that's we've been doing this compressor on on those guys and just enough for Aaron judge and you or shall also went deep for the Bronx bombers who used five relievers after starter James entitled left in the third inning after re aggravating an ankle injury hundred were you lost it to fall to thirteen and ten coupled with a busted lost New York has a two game lead atop the wild card standings Jonathan rea Toronto
Hilliard, Cron lift Rockies past division-chasing Dodgers
"The Rockies racked up twelve hits more than enough for a ten to five thumping of the Dodgers because the giants won in San Diego L. A. falls two games behind first place San Francisco the Rockies took the lead for good at six five in the fifth on an RBI single by Trevor story really good at bats thanks that's I think that's huge for us and if we can string those of us gather in you know it's a heritage is a must own in the middle of the plate and lay off the ones that are you know incising but close I think that's you know that's kind of shows that come on the right track they tacked on four runs in the seventh the big blow a three run Homer from Sam Hilliard for the Dodgers it was only their second loss in eleven games first Morton Denver
Another Conservative Radio Host Who Opposed Vaccines Dies of COVID
"Don't wanna get the virus. I admit it see another conservative radio host. This week died in the last like five weeks. The left is joking that these conservative radio hosts were dropping like flies. Well you know you can laugh about it. This is a life or death thing and there are people who of course are dying from corona virus. There are people who are vaccinated. Who have died of corona virus. I know i know the vaccine isn't perfect. What are we supposed to do. These are questions that are reasonable. These are fair perhaps trevor. Trevor noah is right. We should have more patients for everybody who is vaccine hesitant.
Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4
"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Houston Rockets, John Wall Working to Find Trade Deal
"Keith, let's start things off with John wall, a Houston rocket for now. But will not be a Houston rocket into the future. It sounds like he is going to be treatable. The rockets are hoping. They're hoping anyway. Let's get into that. What's going to happen here? The rockets, John wall working together to try to find a trade and he will not play any more games for Houston. Yeah, so this is that working together part is where it's very different from the 76ers and Ben Simmons who are not exactly working together. They're kind of working apart right now. So it sounds like by all accounts John wall has been very good in his time in Houston. He's been somebody that the younger players have really come to rely on for leadership. He's been a great leader for them. In the rockets are looking at insane. Look, we have a ton of guards that we want to play young guards to Kevin Porter junior, jaylen green, Josh Christopher, just adding in the last couple of years. Kyrie Thomas, who we picked up on a late season edition last year and he played quite well for them. So they want to play those guys. They don't necessarily want to play John wall, nor do they want to have John wall get hurt in kind of completely ruined maybe whatever little tiny modicum of trade value he may have left. There's no other way to slice this. It's 91.6 million. That he is owed. It's bad money. There's John wall would probably say at the same thing. Good for John wall for getting him what he did. And this is why you should never criticize a pointer for taking a max contract when it's offered to him. Team, other story we can have there. But at the time this contract was offered, wasn't necessarily as a bad contract. And either he's one of the first class of supermax guys to get it. So yeah, so what they're going to do is they're going to have them come to camp. He sounds like he's going to be there to kind of almost be like a glorified assistant coach. While they continue to try to work on
Dodgers Trevor Bauer Has Leave Extended to End of Season
"Dodgers pitcher trevor. Bauer will miss the rest of the year. No shock there right and he will not be eligible in the postseason which is really interesting. The has agreed to extend the admin leave for the rest of the year. So he's not coming back. He somebody wrote in a kitten. Remember who wrote this. But the trevor. Bauer will never pitch inning. You'll never throw another pitch in major league baseball. Like that is crazy to think about. He is he just signed a monster deal which he's still getting paid by the way on so huge deal monster deal in what what happens next. Like i know this is one of those situations where you just scratch your head and go. I'm confused like why. Hasn't he been arrested. Yet like whoa. This is taking a long time if these allegations are if any of them are true the ones that what bauer has done with one of the two women who are accusing him of sexual impropriety. If he does get arrested. I would agree. He will never pitch again like. That's it goodbye and then the arrest will actually allow the dodgers devoid his contract. So there you go.
Race Recap: Running in the Italian Alps
"So trevor. I know people are excited to hear about how your sky marathon went in italy. So tell us what made you want to sign up for this event. When i posted some photos on instagram people were asking. Where's the race recap will here. It is so. I went and did the sued t- role sky marathon in italy. Big thanks to angie. For watching the kids while i went over that we're not always able to travel marathons together these days but i was able to get away for a trip to europe was not to like about that for two whole weeks. Yeah kind of squeezing. A lot actually flew into venice and then stayed there couple of days. Amazing place rented a car and drove up to northern italy. In the trentino alto. A dodgy region of italy up against the alps. It's predominantly german. Speaking actually because east to belong to austria until after world war one so in german suty role which means south t. role because it was part of the tea role region in austria. So it was cool to practice german while i was over there and Of course run a beautiful marathon in a beautiful place so the race took place on august. Twenty eighth it was my eighteenth. Marathon to date is my third marathon in the alps and it was definitely the most challenging. We climbed a of twenty eight hundred meters or over nine thousand feet It was just a constant climb up and down mostly up the race also has a sixty nine k one hundred twenty one k which they didn't have this year for i don't know why they also have a half a trail half but with all the events combined they call it. The most extreme experience in the alps. Wow that saying something. I know especially because i can think of some pretty extreme experiences exactly so tell us about the day. You know the days leading up to the marathon. How you're feeling and what kind of preparations that you had to have going into the race will. My training was tough. Because we don't live elevation so i tried to get as much trail time as i could in just going up and down trail. I think that might have helped my leg
Márquez Arm, Díaz Slam Send Rockies Over Sagging Phils 11-2
"The Phillies have damaged their playoff hopes by absorbing an eleven to one drubbing at the hands of the Rockies at least he has lost a grand slam and her mom Marquez tossed six shutout innings for Colorado which improved to twenty and fifty on the road Trevor story and CJ cron also homered for the Rockies who have taken the first two games of the four game set D. D. Gregorius homered in the Phillies fourth straight loss in sixty eight games the latest setback leaves him for half games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie
Mac Jones, Justin Fields Jerseys Among Most Popular in Final Weeks Before Season
"Polly has jersey sales in the nfl. You wanna play the best jersey sales in the nfl since august first game. Okay there's five jerseys that have been sold the most in the nfl since august. I can you name any of them. Trevor lawrence nell liar. Nope he was big in april. May june okay. One is dak prescott. No liar some. Don't make sense because you'd think they have the jersey already. Tom brady tom. Brady's third over raid mahomes. his fifth mahomes is fifth. Okay all right. A couple newish quarterbacks new quarterbacks baker mayfield junior the third justin fields is fourth answers sales. Andy dalton is not in the there. Okay number one. Josh allen who makes a lot of sense and number two this guy is surprising starter. A surprising starter. Teddy bridgewater two weeks ago. It would've been a surprising starter now. Everyone says oh. I saw that coming. Mac joe mack jones.
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"I wanted to share this little story with you. Got into a little bit of trouble with the french governments. I know the french government so what happened was. Let's start at the beginning France won the world cup. And so and so on the show. I we we celebrated that and i had this joke where i said i said africa won the world cup and i was shocked at how angry a lot of french. People gots like genuine lot of french. People were angry and they were like trevor. How can you say these where we say these things you know. This is horrible. And i was like okay. I get it like not. Everyone likes every joke that you tell and i get that but this was interesting. I got a letter from the ambassador. The ambassador of france. And and i'll read it was it was about that joke and he says i'll try to read it how i hope he wrote it. Which was this sir. I watched with great attention. July seventeenth show when you spoke the victory of the french team at the two thousand eighteen world cup russia final which took place last sunday ahead. Your words about an african victory. Nothing could be true now. First of all. I think it could have been less. I could have said they were scandinavian. That that would have been less true. That would have been less true. Says as many of the players have already stated themselves their parents may have come from another country but the great majority of them all but two out of twenty three where abundant france. They were educated in france. They learned to play soccer in france. They're french citizens. They're proud of their country france. The rich and various backgrounds of these players is a reflection of france's diversity. Friends is indeed now that line. That was interesting. The rich and various backgrounds of these players is a reflection of francis diversity. Now i'm not trying to be an asshole. But i think it's more reflection of france's colonialism.
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Laughing. Stop laughing while i'm talking to you. Stop laughing. I was thinking like i think part of the problem in america is that nine one one people think of nine one one is being instant response and like when i was growing up in south africa. One of my favorite. Tv shows as to watch with my mom was a show called rescue. Nine one one. Right william shatner and it was like a show where they're going nine one one emergency. It'd be like i'm in my house as well and then like nine one one would get and i remember even when we were watching and we'd be like wow nine one one nine one lives in africa like nine one one and we never thought of our numbers because they started. They try to every ten triple one because they tried to be like. Yeah we've also got to think people like kendra born like no and because they try to go with that feeling but we never thought of it as instant response because if you would call our like call centers. It wouldn't be as efficient and so like in america. I think people are used to the fact that something will get done now so thinking what you should do is just like dull for a bit. You should bring the south african operates here just so that people stop thinking nine. One one is like an instant solution. Because they'll ask you questions. I get american. There's someone's getting on our way. I heard with nine one one even if you call them and then hang up. They'll come to check what happened. Which i mean. I get it but also like that's crazy whereas in south africa like if you if they called if you ever gonna operate is doing nine one you'd call. Hello there's a man at the park and they'd be like hello can help you. It'd be like does a man at the puck and it'd be like end again. He he looks really suspicious. Okay go talk to him. Ask him what he's doing asking me his name. What is doing that. I'm scared of talking to him. But like okay walk away then you go like people here just like the cups are no not coming for everything like you can call number one because you can't is in a tree that some crazy shit in africa that you just be like. Yeah you'd be know my cats the truth they'd be okay. Yeah you like need. My cat stuck in st. It'd be like yeah so we do and you help but they'd be like then. How will your cat len net kit. Safa it will never do again. Thank you for calling. Please stay on..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Arabic it would be like the same thing that should allow yolo. Shukra try to start learning german. Because my dad is swiss german right and so i was like i want to learn his language because they never learned the growing up. And then someone like. Why don't you switch. And then i heard. I was like no. I won't whole rather learn german. And so i learned german. 'cause i thought it would bring us closer together because i lost contact with my dad like ten years and so then when i met him again like i want a german and impressive and whatever i met him and then like stop speaking to him in german and he was like what are you doing. I'm speaking german. He's like knows better if you speak english anonymous no this is this like it's ben. If you don't speak german at all it's fine but then now. I speak a bit of german so i was excited to go to germany and stuff and practices in the united. Had a lot of fun. Until i found out that my the way i spoke german sounded a little bit like hitler. Yeah which no one told me on this side of the world because we don't know how he really spoke anything. But i would be in germany and apparently the way i would hit certain inflections would freak people out and it's like think of it like barack obama's voice like if someone learned english in america and they got here and they will like i just want to have you'd be like doing the barack obama thing and they'd be like what are you talking about so i would do that like going places like order food and like someone would be there and be like wouldn't russell g haven't and then i'll be like line butch in heaven we decide shinkin and the do people look at me and then when we left my friend was like i was like why would they did. I say like wrong wrong word. She's like no. You sound like like hitler. The people are really fighting the bobsleds and you know and i was like choice spoiled their day and she was like yeah. You did when i was like well. That brings me a lot of schadenfreude it's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it..
"trevor" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Is all the king's men. Trevor moore signed a two year contract extension with the la kings of you days ago and he was nice enough to call in for a quick chat with me and zach duly joining us now trevor. More he of the brand new contract. Extension trevor congrats. Thanks for joining us extract. Me i appreciate it now. There was obviously the deadline to qualify restricted. Free agents was today. How long does it take to get this deal done. I think we've been talking a little bit here and there throughout the the whole off-season in a for the end of the year there. I think it was just you know but he made it clear that we were gonna get something done. It's just gonna take some time. And i think that you know they were just a lot of moving parts had to deal with a lot of stress and everything but But you have to super godson you made it very clear at the end of the year that you wanted to be here. You wanted to be a part of what the kings are building. What are some of the factors that went into you saying that making either you wanna be inelegant i think maybe just plan on the line with clinton by field for a couple of games as fun and you see the talent that he has right and you see i'm working out with the turkey out right now and just as young guys in the talent they have is is incredible and then you look at the most of it in the offseason brand arvidsson. Super good player. It just seems like a place that you know going the right direction. And i'm just super gratefully part of it. Seems like The culture here is is a big part of it as well. Rob blake mentioned you as a guy who's fit in well in the room. Who is has the character in the makeup. They wanna they wanna have here with the kings and you know. How big of a part does that planet you know alongside that young talent for sure..
"trevor" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Is all the king's men. Trevor moore signed a two year contract extension with the la kings of you days ago and he was nice enough to call in for a quick chat with me and zach duly joining us now trevor. More he of the brand new contract. Extension trevor congrats. Thanks for joining us. I appreciate it now. There was obviously the deadline to qualify restricted. Free agents was today. How long does it take to get this deal done. I think we've been talking a little bit here and there throughout the the whole off-season in a for the end of the year there. I think it was just you know but he made it clear that we were gonna get something done. It's just going to take some time. And i think that you know they were a lot of moving parts. Had to deal with drafts and everything but But you have to super godson you made it very clear at the end of the year that you wanted to be here. You wanted to be a part of what the kings are building. What are some of the factors that went into you saying that making either. You wanna be elegant. I think maybe just plan on the line with clinton by field for a couple of games as fun and you see the talent that he has right and you see. I'm working out with the turkey out right now and just as young guys in the talent. They have is is incredible. And then you look at the most of it in the offseason brand arvidsson. Super good player. It just seems like a place that you know going the right direction. And i'm just sue gratefully part of it seems like The culture here is is a big part of it as well. Rob blake mentioned you as a guy who's fit in well in the room. Who is has the character in the makeup. They wanna they wanna have here with the kings and you know. How big of a part does that planet you know alongside that young talent for sure..
"trevor" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"Here. We are together again with up. Everybody okay the. I guess tonight is trevor dutch trevor. I said that. I said before you got in here that you were an artist and a musician in a model can you talk about. Can you talk about some campaigns. You've done because you really. I mean like i. After i explained we met doing a project for the usa network. In mr porter. That's right a refund gay. That's when we first met. I have no jonathan for going on ten years which is crazy and out of that. Ten years of only met him in person. This is going to like the fifth time now. We have to in touch over text but we never really hung out after after supporters. mister port. Yeah that's i mean samsung thing we've had we've done projects right but very fun projects. Yeah but you've like. I remember texting you once because i was literally like browsing g. q. Denia gesture mike okay. We're on the fly folks. I was browsing like just kind of skimming through g. q. And i remember a g. q. Advertisement did an awesome. My friend got me a great that you were doing it. It was a weird. It was like a colorful kind of clown tie. Remember we for stephen land. Is the soup company. They're based in brooklyn as well. So what were you are on the toilet looking through a magazine that he saw no. But i mean that's pretty exciting right. Yeah it was very cool. My one of my good friends. I've done more campaigns. Couple of book covers allnight. Oriels book covers the romance novels opposite. Say actually i brought you a bottle of wine romance. that's real. Just get random models to do this but yeah real people three pictures. You can call me fabio if i've been on i've graced the cover of seven of romance novels. I'd like a series or no all all different. Wow really really fun for people One was the wheel of time when was never surrendered to a scoundrel at the the scoundrel. Wow that's great. So did you get residuals for that. And now it's like. Oh two hundred bucks but cover unless it's like a major like topsoil and oprah book now. This is an interesting kind of look into the world of. I think mayo modeling. People have no idea how much of a racket can write. It looks glamorous on instagram with glamorous but really it's it's super hard. Do you move you know. you're from connecticut connecticut. I've been in europe for ten years. But i moved for modeling. You did an. I've been marlene off. Non for public five years now. Did you like were you. Recruited did I had a small agency in connecticut. And i shot with a photographer in new york from them and i fell in love with new york and i wanted to be here eventually. And he'll be built my portfolio. I'm here boy. you're lucky to be from connecticut. Well yeah because. I've i've couple friends who came from like hicksville seriously. Tennessee kentucky Mississippi they live like in trailer parks in. They were like. I don't even know how they were recruited but they were brought here for italy for modeling. And they like you know. They're they get some guy great bookings but they are broke a. Yeah all right. Well that's how i did the catering stuff. So what the top male model in the world. Who no one could make you know. I know szanto prize. One of them probably top ten. You have a he. Compared to women will get paid peanuts. It's all about. The women is such a women's industry. The the guy model feel sexist. Actually do you know. I mean would have you book a job. It's great to do so. Let's veer off here. Because i actually not before we get into the real meat. There was a scandal recently couple years ago about male models being sexually absolutely having you know luckily it hasn't You know i know wouldn't put my foot down until knock it off or if it's really weird i just leave or as people my booker who i want. I need to think about this because it was like the top photographers..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"To watch the daily show every day thinking that oh old. Black people are suffering every day. And there's no other existence for a black person illman. Black people have had to exist in a world where there is the paradox of their oppression and also the resilience of the joy. And so i've existed like that for a long time you have existed like that for a long time. My family family's existed. My people have existed like that. And so jen and i always laugh when she waste says jewish people have also existed like that no jewish people for a long time of existed in world where there was a constant threat to them as a people but then they found themselves in huma as well and that is a paradox. And that's when we both enjoy and so we're constantly creating within that realm. We're going yeah. This is terrifying. Yeah this is. Gary this is funny. This is serious. This is whatever trying to make a great show a show that i think speaks to the complexities of us as human beings and also engages in those some complexity in our audience. Because i don't want anybody to be one thing. I don't want you to be only about politics. In washington dc. I don't want you to be only about issues. I don't want you to be only about jokes. No one person should be only about anything. Let's laugh let's be serious that's cry. Let's think that's enjoy that's be and then we're trying to use comedy as the tool to keep people lifted up because i don't want you to watch the show and get depressed. I think there's more than enough depressing stuff in the world. But but like any compensation like you and i as if we talk the whole time you know we can have. We can have serious conversations that get deep and they can get hard and but man that loft that lifts you out of it afterwards. You know that's the pressure release every single time. and so. that's that's what i don't take for. Granted is is is the power of a loft to remind you of the place that you wish to be and and and so. That's what the room is with the rights with the team and so whether it's on the technical side whether it's on the creative side with its on the producing side. I'm always relying on people to help me. Keep the thing moving forward because i cannot be everywhere at all times and so i have to make sure that i have people who i trust to do the job better than i would. I don't have my glasses but check this out in twenty twenty the daily show with trevor noah was nominated for six nominations tying the franchise record for most nominations than a year. The most since you've become host in addition to the outstanding writer for variety series and outstanding director for a variety series. Nominations marked the first time. The show has received these nights under your leadership. You want a stick around and in fact. This is amazing. It really is amazing. But i but i i Am an everybody else on the back in the team you know but with their consent of course yes. I told the team from day one. I said look. This is going to be a lot of this. Process would feels like we grinding. In the doc. I put my team on the back from the rights to the producers to everybody who makes the show ever puts this show together. I pat them on the back. Because i go guys. Our number one award is the people who watch the show. Please don't ever forget that. I don't want us to be a critical darling and not connect with the person who's a who's on the streets you know when i'm walking down the streets. Everyone from like a woman who's driving a ups van to some guy on the subway to someone who's driving bmw. They'll say hey. I watch the daily show. Thank you for that. That was my segment. I enjoyed that moment. Thank you for doing that with its kids. Were twelve years old. They grandparents will sixty. I've had those people say. Oh thank you for what you're doing on the daily show. I appreciate that moment. i appreciate it. What you said about the asian community. Nobody else was saying anything and you guys stepped up and we appreciate that because you have a platform. Thank you for speaking up about police brutality. Thank you for speaking up to these issues. Thanks sometimes for just making me laugh. Because i was having a hard day. That for me is the ultimate award. Don't get me wrong. You love the accolades. I appreciate the accolades. Never take that for granted. But i also don't forget the meaningful nature of who you're creating the show four and that is human beings who are consuming. It's giving us their time. Which i really really really appreciates dude. I know all of that said do you feel what's in the air what you've been doing in the last year and a half. I think you're about to become a critical darlene as you say i just hope you'll remember me and let me keep your emmys at my house because this coming semi even when i'm a prince my friend you'll still be my front right on right on of i would talk to you forever but i'm old and i have to go do that my friend. You're not as old as you say you are But thank you man. I know real i just wanna take a moment to say thank you. You know because. I i honestly don't believe that that any journey is undertaken alone. You know people like using the term. Self-made i go in order to be self made. Nothing had to exist. Before that i'd go. I'm not self-made. I made by all of the selfs who are selfless before i came along and so for you i say thank you man because senio hall is one of those people. I saw you on tv. I didn't even think about how momentous that is. I was just like yeah. I like that guy. I like those jokes. I like that hair like those people. Maybe i could do that. And you know what maybe could my mom call me before i left the house and she says where are you going. I said i'm going to talk to. Trevor noah as he said what channel is it going to be on say i like him enough for it not even have to be on tv. I appreciate this man. This has been a lot of fun. Thank you ma'am thank you so much..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"That's also something that's been that's been liberating are. It was like i remember when i met. I met a young kid. Maybe like twelve years old with his mom. And i think i was in queens or somewhere and he bumped into me in the street and he's like hey man are you. Trevor noah was like yeah and he recognized me even though i had my mosque on and he said oh man. I'm such a big fan of most. He loves your show. And i let him watch it. Even though it's eight and you know he loves the loves politics that loves this and then he said man. It's so cool that like you do in late night and you do in the show and like talk an obama and then we've all got afros and this kid little effort was well you know he was just so happy and his mom said to me. She was like yeah man. She's like he was so happy. When you grew africa's he couldn't cut his hand. You couldn't cut your hair and now here you both were in this world with afros and i didn't realize how long it had been since i love myself to grow my hair because for so long i'd also adopted the ideas realizing of what professional hair looks like. Well that's nice. But when are you going to look respectable. Trevor when are you gonna go back to business hair. What is business hair. What does that mean. And so i even had to question mount conditioning to understand these things you know does. Does this determine what conversation i can and cannot have with you know for so for so many conversations in america and in many parts of the world why a person is treated the way they are is often down to how they addressed. Why did cops do that to him. While he was wearing a hoodie you never know with a hoodie. And it's like the hoodie. And so i don't know maybe there's a part of me. That defiantly goes yeah. You know what. I i want to interview the president of the united states wearing a hoodie. You know. I want to talk to leaders. I wanna talk to business executives. I wanna talk to the most powerful people wearing a hoodie because a lot of people out there who these and a lot of those people are judged because they wear hoodies highway hoodies. And so i go. You know what little hoodie being a space. Where doesn't necessarily be long until it does nip the hair be in space. That doesn't belong until the does and that became something that i thought of doing because i was just like yemen. This is who i am. I was like if you don't accept me for who i am then. I don't want you to accept me. And so that's been really liberating journey to be on as a human being. And i think the pandemic stripped a lot of people of that pump and ceremony. You know we're at home in sweats. Compu- fancy. I know how you live now. I see the trash behind. You and i think that's a good thing. I think it's a little bit of society that's been you know. A little bit of the sheen on the varnish has been taken off we see each other a little bit more for better and for worse and so for myself. I don't know that. I'll go back to the suits and the leather shoes. And if i do. I do and if i don't i don't but i will no longer think that this is something i have to do. You know this is not a. This is not a measure of professionalism. I can do my job regardless of how you see me. I can do it. And so s. Going back to the studio. I mean you know i. I have a few surprises my sleeve as to what that looks like. You know. i'm working on a few things with the team. And we really excited. Because i want it to be intentional. You know voice people. Everyone goes like when are you going back. Are you going back. Where are you going back. And said i'm never going back. I'm only moving forward when i was doing it. Man i remember coming out in this purple jacket with ripped jeans and they called an organization called maggot. I think the organization was called and they did focus groups to show me that america didn't want me and ripped jeans. You know. I remember how important that was. How has the daily show been for you. As far as controlling you or approving or disapproving. How how they dealt with you during this pandemic well. The great thing is there is no the daily show myself and my team. There is no overlord in that regard. There's nobody who who looks over us. Editorially or no you know. We have a fact checker to make sure that. What we're saying is factually correct. You know ironically with a comedy show that has a fact checker and then there's so many new shows that just say whatever they want but yeah we do. We have a fact checker. And that's the main thing we focus on. I'm still trying to make sure that represents who i am. And so you know send you you know me. I'm pretty certain when you watch the show. You're like yeah. This is trevor. He's performing but this is trevor. You don't like who is this guy. It's pretty much me. And so i've been really lucky that the that comedy central has gone. No we trust you go ahead. We trust you do it. You know so. They don't go dress like this. Don't dress like that your hair. You know. They just go. We trust you do this thing. And due to the best of your ability and so what that has enabled me to do is succeed by my own sword or die by my own sword and that's been liberating and frightening at the same time and i love it. I was passing him all the other day. And i had a strange memory. I looked up at this building. And it said sears. When i was little those building say sears and roebuck because those two names were locked together. You couldn't have one without the other. You've mentioned your executive producer a couple times. How important is that team. My team helps me to not make the wrong decisions. I think that's what a great team is. Also helping you do. I don't think every decision i have is correct and thankfully my team. Sometimes be like whoa. That's completely wrong. I'm like You think so that terrible like okay you know. I'm not going to be perfect every single day. No do i wish to be. And that's what's nice about. Having a team is that we trust each other and trying to do something together to you and your ep argue disagree and when you disagree how do you decide what goes on the air gentleman's flange tonight we don't argue that much so as the showrunner and surprisingly we have very similar taste. I heard the same joke where we go making the show for people rights. And she's like yeah we make him the show for people and that's how much we're making the show for people. Sometimes i have a few writers or to politics. You know they get too deep into the politics they forget that making the show for the people but they're super smart and the great and i go like what were we gonna bring that back a little bit you know. Some of my rights is only wanna tell jokes. they don't want to go into anything deep. And that's fine as well. Let's let's add a bit of brevity into this thing and let's have a conversation but in terms of with myself and jen. I'm very lucky that we. I think that's why we work. Well together is we. We both love to love. We both love to have meaningful conversations and we both like to create a good show. You know. don't want you to watch the daily show every day thinking that oh old. Black people are suffering every day. And there's no other existence for a black person illman..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Priority because earth is our priority at fedex. We knew sustainability. Means a lot to you and we feel the same way. Our goal is to be carbon neutral by twenty forty. We call it priority earth fedex. Were now meets next. You know your show to a fan. Your show is kind of like friends. You have this family this group of friends you know you have joey and rachel you do say jordan. I knew roy because he's a standup dizzy. Ronnie mike talk about your team. Your little comedy family your correspondents. That's something that the daily show does very well. Not every late night hosts has that family of friends. Oh yeah that's that's one of the things that i loved and i adopted from john stewart. You know that was the the relationship that you can create with people who have differing points of views and the ability to showcase different points of views or ideas on your show. You know i myself. As trevor was a contributor i came on the show and i would contribute my opinion to the daily show and john stewart would be as my foil and so one thing i loved was that relationship and so i wanted to continuously create that and so you know that that that that was the team and and so. We've had new additions to the team. But roy has been there from the very beginning from day one. I remember watching comedy. And i was called roy out like come on out to new york for an audition and he came out on the night before he was doing a set of the comedy cellar and i went to watch him and immediately after the. You've got the job and he's like but i'm gonna come to the addition to ours. Yeah you'll come with you got the job. Same thing happened with michael kosta. I went out to. La is him performing us guys. Got the job. And that was one of those instances where with michael costa executive producer. Jeff who was like this guy special house like is he though. She's like this guy special man he's got something and i happened to be in la. And so i went to the comedy clubs to watch him. He didn't even know i was there. I was like all right. This guy's got it. let's go you know. And so all of these people have been interesting in the way we come to meet them. How i come to know them as human beings ronnie chang. I met in edinburgh scotland doing a comedy festival. That's how i met. Ronnie chang. And i was like. This dude is one of the craziest funny people i've ever met. And i remember saint-german scotland. When i don't know how but one day i hope i get to work with you and so let me get your number. And let's see the world takes us. And then i think two or three years later he got a call from me saying yo. Do you wanna try something crazy. And then ronnie did and he joined the show and so the journey has been wonderful. You know dessi lighted who's just become like one of my bulwarks. On the shows which i know she can smash anything she. She's one of the most talented performers and actresses. I've ever come across. You know dul say one of the smartest people fluent in spanish all of the people on the show have the about them. There's a different element that they used to touch the show with. And i really appreciate that. Because i think it makes the show a little bit more dynamic in that. It's not always trevor. Just telling you what he thinks or how he sees the world. I've got all of these correspondents and my team. And my family as you say where they can also give an opinion and we can have a fight as friends and we can talk about what we were experiencing in the world. Does your correspondents. Because i know a stand up i think yeah do they. All come in the writer's room. Do they participate in all that stuff. No they will. They will so. They'll they participate. Oftentimes they will be the the the originator of the idea or if it comes together we around. We'll have an idea and then they will go with writers and they will continuously punch it up and writes it for themselves. They'll create the thing that they will then end up putting on screen. And so i've. I've always been really focused on making sure that correspondents are comfortable with what they are portraying on scene because it's politics i don't want somebody going on screen and then just you know selling themselves down the river. No i want you to be confident in what you're saying and so you know. Even if you're playing an arch character played the way you'd like to play it. Let's get this thing going and let's let's let me give you the best possible platform in the same way that i was afforded. Here's something i've noticed as a comic and as a fan but first of all. Where are you sitting. Where is that if we turn the camera around. That's the corner of your apartment. What is that. Yeah this is. This is a corner little spot in my apartment where i had this place because i wanted to play video games here and then read books here and i was like. I want my little nook to do that. By tiny little space in new york was just like my little sanctuary and the pandemic hits. And then i was going around my apartment looking for places that didn't have an echo. Didn't have like just like sound like sirens bouncing of windows. Or you know what i mean. And then i was like oh i guess i guess i can give up like my little reading my little sanctuary Maybe it's partially. Because this is where i feel the safest this is where i feel cozy in my vibe and this is where i feel like it's me and you know that's all it is it's me and it's you there's nothing else that's happening here and and so. Yeah that's that's how this little spot came to be and it's tiny. It'll and it's cramped and i like it because it makes me go like no this is. This is the intimacy i'm looking for. You're gonna miss those hoodies when you have to go back go back. When do you put on the suit and the leather shoes and go back. I might never. I might never put on the suit over neither shoes or anything. I don't know you know that..
"trevor" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I felt like i could not only observe but then process and then try to articulates what i could see. What's happening in the world just by listening observing the people that were going through the most even listening to you talk about that both sides ism is obvious it a dirty term. And that's not what you do but just hear you say this terrible thing happened. Did you also think about how hard it is to be a cop or the job they have to do. Is that a place you try to find. In general not specific to that but in general say hey. Let's find the common humanity here. Here's the thing that i think. Sometimes people rubbed over the american conversations is people don't like to look at the cause in this country. You know america's a country where you'll see a thousand ads about a medicine that you should buy to treat a symptom. A lot of the time people are not thinking about the cause. Oh your joints us soul. All your stomach is bad or they don't think about the cause. Take this pill take this pill and then you'll take this side effect of that pulling the school in this bill and this will what is the cause. If we don't think about the causes we always going to treat symptoms and we always going to deal with the side effects when we get down to the coal. I've been lucky enough to have conversations with police. I've had police tell me heyman. The structure of the thing we do is always going to fundamentally flawed if you design a system where these people have to generate income for their cities. All you creating assistant to protect and serve or are you creating a system that is punitive and designed to extract money from those on the streets and i'm not blaming individual police. I'm just saying look at the structure of what is the purpose of that in how we doing. How do even determine punishments all they pull you over. They give you a fine. Why did we decide that a fine as the correcting to people be like it's fay who's it fit to you know it creates a system where those who can't afford to pay fines can carry on living their lives. Those who cannot on are trapped within a system that will keep them spiraling further and further away from the society that everyone says they don't want to be a part of winning fact they do and so in these things don't have honest conversations if you're sending police out there to stop and frisk everyone. What do you think is going to happen. You know and so now in the in the private rooms of the police they tell the police you have to do this. You don't do it. You're fired because you don't meeting quotas but then in the public people chastise the police. But that's why we talk about it as a structural thing. And that's what i try and do as a person is i think the problem with even the term both sides is is that it implies that there were only two sides and that is not how any object is. We're not just looking at every angle had tells a different story. And i think we're supposed to be doing that. But if policing were an industry of policing profession where they want so many other things that were going wrong in it's like i think we wouldn't have the suicide rate that we have with policing like these are the issues that look at these are human beings as well while police going through this as well and it goes back to the tribal conversation we were having. And that's you're on that's the cops you hate the cop but this and so that's why why don't we have more structural conversations. You know when you're looking at. What is the police. And why is the police you're not trying to dismantle the person you're looking at the structure that they themselves are a part of something that is hurting them as a human being. I don't think that any human being should be put in the position where they're going out shooting other people you know. There's a reason police have to go for counseling after that is because it's not the right thing for us to be doing and then for communities to be subject to that what do you think is going to happen just having loop never ending liu and then you don't have an honest conversation about it. Oh this person was killed. This person shouldn't have been killed. Is there a way to do it with just killing people. Oh you're anti-cop no. I'm not i'm pro the call. I don't want that copter. Ever have to take. Somebody's life that let that be the final final lost resort where we all society men something failed here. We failed this person or we failed that police by putting them in that position until we have those conversations with not having conversations which is shutting talking points at each other. See this is nuanced. Trevor can't do that last thing. I've got to ask you about your collection. But he's every night. I go in there. There's some different color rainbow whatever it is. How many hoodies. Everyone wants me this. I'm afraid to count. Because i think what happened is so i understand the who did you have to understand life. I'm at home. I don't know when i'm going back out into the world. What a way at home shirt. I love hoodies. this is just my life. Okay i'm gonna be making show from home. It's like i'm gonna wear suits. I'm at home. I don't wanna feel like. I'm no i'm at home. We roll in sweatpants zooms etc etc. That's why address. The way that i did then i was like man. I'm running out of hoodies. Because i thought it was gonna be twenty one day right by a few more hoodies. And that's a few more than that is get the next thing i know this. Just just he's everywhere in every nook and cranny of this is what he's everywhere showing up everywhere but in many ways the hoodie has become. You know the uniform that i don for this period of time. It's become you become my little safety blankets. Become thing where i get into a mindset like okay. It's time now going to do this thing you put it on. And it's how i've created a sense of normalcy in a will that is completely abnormal right now and so that's really all it is going. Okay how do i get to you know. Step into the zone. What's that moment rag okay. I'm doing this now. And that's that's that's become it's become my ritual become my my you know. Non spoken conversation with the audience whistle in whistling hoodie. Land right now as people. And i call wait for the day when when not well. That's coming pretty soon. But you're may be disappointed if you come out and suit. Now they want. Oh maybe you never know. Maybe i'll find. Maybe i'll do on tuesdays and suits on wednesdays. That's what i mean about. I'm not going back. I'm only going forward. You go hoodie tuesdays. You never know. Basemen my big. Thanks again to trevor for a great conversation for really hanging in there through that heat through all the new york city noise always appreciate his time in his thoughtfulness. The daily show as i mentioned will be on hiatus for a few months this summer but will return on september thirteenth by big. Thanks to all of you for tuning in again this week. If you want to hear more of our conversations with my guests every week be sure to click subscribe so you never miss an episode. And of course. Don't forget to tune into sunday today. Every weekend on nbc. I'm willie geist. We'll see you right back here next week on the sunday. Sit down podcast..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Makes me count the in months as well and that's a new thing. She's did she cook for me. No she's too old. Oh no no no. She's chief insist me i was like. What do you do go. She's like call me. he's like. I just enjoy being i life. All she does is ready. All she does is she chose at home. Like she's like squad of grannies and they'll just come and hang out and she. It's like it's like it's like a weird team of like superheroes where they build their specialties. And then hers is that her memory is bulletproof so all her friends oscar about things. They've forgotten about in life. But i'm like like she's got a better memory than me. My mom everybody can tell you what year thing happened. What month everything. And so her friends come over and they'll be and they'll random questions it'd be like nobody's like where did i meet my husband and then she'd be like oh you meant to and then she'll tell stories and it's amazing to watch so all she does she just she loves writing. That's what she does. And i asked her why. And she said she says to ninety-one and how still read and write all. I'm so blessed does. Did i do anything fun. While i was on vacation. Actually i did so. I went back home to south africa Check up on yeah. It was winter check on my foundation. went to catch up with people. And it's funny. Because every time i go home people who are shouted me about going home which is a weird thing. So like i'll get home and then at the border literally customs. The woman was like she's like tshuva. When are you coming home. And i was like i'm home. She's like no. But when are you coming home. But i'm here right now. You holding my possible. She's like no. That doesn't count. That doesn't count travel. We miss you so me. Like running around in the streets. Every day is like no trevor. Come home i'm like oh but then what was crazy. An amazing was in capetown. And then my friend of mine called me and said yo. Trevor what are you doing. I said i'm waiting. I'm gonna go to an event later today. And he's like. Oh because the president wants to meet you so it's like the president of what because i just didn't assume that v presence could be like the president of this company. The president of students association the pre. I don't know something which president and he's like the president of the country like what did what did i do. No he just he just wants to wants you to come and say hi. So he wants to the to the presidential the presidential homestead in capetown. And just come and say hi. I was like oh okay. And so then i was with my friends and i was like guys. We gotta go do this thing and my friends like all its role and the world with me but until him what it was and i didn't realize the moment i didn't tell them what it was like. My friends like wearing a hoodie. Mother friends wearing a free t shirt. And then we and. I'm wearing a suit because i'm going to another event and then we get there and then then what are we hit a pick up and then i say to the prison content like on the president and the my friends like dude up where we go.
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Any questions okay. How's how's fufilling. Wow that's a deep cut man like just random you gotta be like. Hey trevor so i read in your book and the house food because my mind we knew who the hell no because because he died so for those are so i i. I had a dog when i was growing up like one of the dogs. We had we well. My mom was working at pharmaceutical company. And her colleague came work. when like. Hey my neighbor's dog Impregnated my dogs. I have these puppies. I don't want and then like this weird. Mix of like a bull terrier and a maltese poodle. So you wanna take them in the most like all right. i'll take two and then my mom brought them home. And i'd never had a dog before. And this is the most amazing thing in the world and we raise them to beautiful dogs. They look completely different but they were there. The best poofy and panther and my mom called the one panther of pink nose or the pink panther and then and was like the dumbest most beautiful dog ever and panthers the smartest ugliest dog you've ever seen and so like like i love the most because she's just like looked really vicious and i think that fufill was really stupid and then one day what happened was like our house. Somebody was trying to come into the house like a family friend. And they were trying to open the gates and then they move the gate and the gate fell and then panther ran away because she sleep by the gate and then panther fan but then didn't and then the gate hit her and then like it broke. Her spine is devastating when we went to the vet and then like the veterans on helper. You know we've got to put it down. Put out of her misery and the was like this was amazing. How will you guys like. How did you guys raise a dog and we were like what. What do you mean a deaf dog. And he was like oh like afterwards when i was just going through examining her while she's still living realized that she wasn't born with. I guess a certain part of the cockney or something in the store was deaf the whole time we just genuinely. This is just like fifty six. You said to me. And i never knew that the dog and then we realized what used to happen was when we'd call the dogs we'd be panther and would never come for panther will come running sometimes then she'd like look at you and then she'd run back and they both come and i was used to be like fees dumb and then i realized panther was like she didn't here and then she'd go back and fetch her then both of them would come then like now in beckham is.
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"My two younger brothers are so from my mother's second marriage and so i'm still the only person in my family that looks like this. So my my mom is African woman black plus a woman. My my father is swiss from switzerland. So he's a white man. And so i look like this and then my mom remarried a black man so my brothers don't look like me either and i remember what was really beautiful as brothers. We spoke about this stuff so they were like yeah different. Dad's we get how this works so my brother one day. I picked him up from school right. He's like really young at the time. Was what maybe like nine. Maybe ten years old. And he gets in the car. And he's like it gets in the passenger seat and fossils seat belts and like what's going on isaac and he's like. Hey trevor. he's like kids. Men can't do this. Kids kids tell me more. And then he's like i just. I just don't know what to do with kids travel. You know like today. One of my friends said ou our working home denison said no my brothers picking me up. Then he should. Who's your brother then. I said trevor then now when we walking he sees you in the says. Who's that then. I say it's my brother then this but how can you brother. Your brother be white tennis. If he's not white not white. He's mixed then he said but you're not don't look the same. How can you brother the same then. Our man i'm going to have to like go through the so then i'm like what did you say these are traffic like. I'd have to explain it. The we kids understand. I just said to him. I says really you could understand like people are like chocolates. Okay like like you can have like white chocolate and you can have a dark chocolate and you can have a milk chocolate. But it's all nestle. Okay.
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"Executed and The way it is an action is different because timing with him is like everything's a split second You have to be very quick thinker. And i think with me it's Or with our an artist. It's more of a slow thinking process. But it's the same type of problem solving execution thinking about that. You talked about the creative creative aspect of what you have while it also retains a level of discipline if trevor was ever to come to you utilizing your experience as an artist to help him as a player. What kind of advice would you give in terms of helping him become great in his own. Respective field Embrace the creativity.
"trevor" Discussed on Trevor Lockwood
"Louise immediately spotted him. He was sitting at a table looking slightly uncomfortable in a jacket that had seen better days off a half-finished cup of coffee was in front of him and although it was a younger version had stared almost coquettishly back at her from the computer screen. It was downtown the same man. It didn't look like a hairy. But then what does that look like? She'd given up smoking several weeks before and immediately regretted the decision. She may now run too fast. A real sign so far, but she did feel hungry and hopefully you'd suggest lunch. They talked to rubbery talked and she listened not that it was an interesting. It turned out that he was an article about the business of writing and Publishing but her attention is where compulsively drawn to the menu. Have been almost half an hour since she'd had a mid-morning snack. Now she wondered should she have a steak sandwich with french fries and salad will go for the three-course meal which involved a rather tempting chocolate mousse for a while. She hedged her bet so say opened the conversation finally after much deliberation. They both decided to go for the business lunch main course starter or dessert. She was rather miffed at having to decide between the moose and a compote of wild mushrooms on puff pastry, but there was no competition really she said she liked to spoon around the bowl making sure she gathered up every conceivable remnant of chocolate. Just push the spoon thing. He coughed rather loudly are you from London originally or another migrant? Oh, yes. Sorry. I come from sorry originally printed over my parents still live there I go home every so often. That's funny. I once belong to a lodge down there. Sorry better get out in the open as soon as possible. But I've been a bit of part-time Freemason in the past. I thought what a coincidence her father was also a Mason. He had regaled the family rather unprofessionally with Tales of masonic Deeds past ten years or so, including the bearing of breasts rolled up trouser legs and something to do with the government will give a last may have been an old joke with family had always hoped his loose tongue wouldn't cost lives. It was a start of a wonderful tempestuous relationship..
"trevor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's. Today. So I'm Trevor Noah, you guys are amazing coming out here. And thank you for tuning in our guest is it's roof comedian with an HBO special. Amanda seals joining us. Everybody. Only feel also I'll show tonight's the biggest Oscar snubs the sorriest Democrats and robots losing their jobs for a change. So let's catch up on today's headlines. Today is day. Thirty two of the longest government shutdown in American history federal workers are about to miss their second paycheck more and more TSA agents on showing up to work, and the government is so broke the statue of liberty had to get a temp job at quiz knows. But it looks like there may be some good news today because it looks like the shutdown maybe coming to an end breaking news to tell you about. There could be an end in sight to the partial government shutdown now in its thirty second day, the New York Times reporting this afternoon at the Senate will vote on Thursday on two separate bills that would end the shutdown immediately. When includes funding for the president's border wall. The second would extend funding agencies currently shutdown that funding through February aid. Congratulations, congress the first step to doing the minimum. Yeah. Product. The product. Look the truth is passing these bills still a long shot. But right now, I feel like everyone is so desperate. This counts. As good news. Which shouldn't you know? It's like if the doctor came out of the room and said, great news about your husband's Kansas surgery. I've made the first incision, and I'm almost ready to remove the sponge left inside in the last time. This is good. And the big plan is to poss- funding through February eighth. That's the weirdest thing of America's just going to re up the government for two weeks at it's like, it's a boost mobile plan. Yeah. This is my burner government. I don't like to get attached. In other news. This week is the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. It's an annual event will the world's leaders gathered to talk about the economy, and you know, the state of the world and in their downtime, they perform ritual sacrifices to the dock Lord Beth Mets what you guys think. Just binging borak horsemen is that what you're thinking luminosity people grow up, but this year this year the list of ten is much shorter. Because there's a lot going on in many developed countries. The United States isn't attending because of the shutdown fronts isn't attending because of their protests written isn't going because of Brexit. Putin isn't going because he's Bhuttan. At this point. The guest list is looking like the vita. Chris Brown's Oscar potty is like, oh, yeah. I don't know. Even even India isn't sending anyone which I'm sorry, each telling me, they said one person they've got a billion people in their country. Just like everyone Indians. Look we would have loved to come. But there there are billion things to do here. Okay. You go on without us. But you know, the African countries are still going, right? Yeah. They like finally Uganda's time too shy. We didn't invite you like it doesn't matter. We have to come in. Moving on now to Japan home of ninety three percents of the world's weird stuff. It turns out they have to dial. It back a little because it was getting too much even for them hotel in Japan says it is firing its robot employees. Did they do the hotel initially started using the robots try and maximize efficiency you might remember some of them were built to look like dinosaurs. But guests are apparently complaining the robots are just a nuisance. They say the gadgets wake people up in their rooms thinking they're asking a question when they're actually just snoring. They actually have raptor, robot bell, hops, and those didn't work so well, either humans had to come in and do that job and then to robot luggage carriers could only reach about twenty four of the one hundred rooms in the hotel, and they failed in rain or snow. It's crazy that this didn't work out. No because I don't know about you. But when I'm jetlagged off the fourteen hour flight, the Tokyo, the first thing I wanna do is argue about my Priceline reservation with a raptor. Yeah. I mean, that's that's a vacation in my right? Like, even if you were going to get dinosaurs that were robots to help people. Why would you choose wrapped up the useless at helping the reach the top floor in an.