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Fresh update on "trevor" discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Sports Rick Greg, Michigan wins the Big Ten east, the third ranked wolverines went two number two Ohio State and waltzed out of the horseshoe with the lock on the college football playoff bid 45 23 Michigan JJ McCarthy through touchdowns of 45 69 and 75 yards the latter pair to Cornelius Johnson and Donovan Edwards had touched down runs of 75 and 85 yards in the game's final 7 and a half minutes. That's one half of the Big Ten championship game as for the other, unless something really changes it's going to be Purdue, boilermakers lead Indiana 24 ten midway through the fourth. This might have been a different story if Dexter Williams, the Indiana quarterback hadn't suffered a leg injury at the end of the first quarter with ayu leading 7 three and driving, in fact, Purdue has 24 points as mentioned 21 of them have come since halftime. If Purdue were to falter Illinois would certainly be in line to win, the alliance leading northwestern 34 three with 5 and a half to go in Evanston, Tommy Devito has thrown for a 136 yards, no touchdowns because the align I have done their work on the ground, chase brown just scored a second touchdown. No, his first touchdown, excuse me. Devito has one Reggie love has won and then the elana also have picked off coal Freeman, the quarterback for northwestern four times and ran one of those back for a score. Number 15 Notre-Dame visits number 6 USC tonight will have it starting in just a couple of minutes, 5 30. On 7 80 a.m., all news continues on one of 5.9 FM during the game. Northern Illinois lost to Akron 44 12, Argentina beat Mexico to nil at the World Cup. The bears elevated third string quarterback Nathan Peterman to the act of roster in case Justin Fields does not go tomorrow. He is still questionable. Trevor semi in the backup will all find out tomorrow bears and jets coverage at 9 on the home of the bears, Rick Greg is ready at 105 9. 5 18, traffic and weather together on the 8 sponsored by lindemann chimney heating and cooling mirrors Trent Erickson. Things are getting better pretty quickly on the inbound Dan Ryan we had a situation right around 47th in the express lanes looks like it's a slip wrap between the locals that express red around 47th street and it still have a mostly in the express lanes from 51st or Garfield. We'll call it now up to 47th, but it is improving. It's just slow not heavy any longer. And then everybody kind of slows down as you get closer to the Stevenson not into the downtown area and we've got another reported crash just now popping up just past the Stevenson in the delay that's already there. So we're seeing a lot of delays on the Dan Ryan for sure the outbound side. We've got an earlier crash clearing out of the way around 83rd things are still slow from 79th, but not terrible, and the bishop Ford inbound from a 115th tied up to this Dan Ryan itself, and then we covered the Dan Ryan once you get there on I 57, it's no picnic either with that roadwork delay, getting into I 80 from past volmer. It's very jammed up north down south side from a 167th down to that same work zone, and we've got western side make that of 80 94, slowdowns approaching the state line that's been there most of the afternoon. We had crashes there. Those look like they've cleared out of your way. The rest of northwest Indiana not bad, the union at all road a little rough if you pass calumet decline with that roadwork delay where you take out a lane. The rest of the expressways are pretty heavy, but no crashes to
Fresh update on "trevor" discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And running back down to the Edwards. South Carolina upset number 8 Clemson 31 30 and at the iron bowl number 7 Alabama leads auburn 35 14 approaching halftime. 15th ranked Notre-Dame visits number 6 USC tonight and you'll hear it here on 7 80 a.m. at least, beginning at 5 30 with all news continuing on 105.9 FM during the game. Akron beat northern Illinois 44 12 into kalb and ayu basketball lost at northern Iowa, you and I, as well. World Cup winners include Poland, France, Australia, and Argentina to nil over Mexico, both the bulls and the Blackhawks are off the hawks skate tomorrow against Winnipeg bulls don't play again until Monday. There's still time for this to change, but the chances that Justin Fields plays in New Jersey do not seem to be great. The tribune reports fields has not yet been cleared by the medical staff and Trevor Simeon reportedly took nearly all of the snaps in practice this week, the insurance policy is third stringer Nathan Peterman, bears of elevated him from the practice squad, so he'll be available to back up if need be. Bears, jets tomorrow right here, beginning at 9 on the home of the bears, Rick Greg is ready at one to 5 9 wbm. It's four 18 traffic and weather together on the a sponsored by Cassidy tire and service. Here's Trent Erickson. A couple spots that aren't so great is 57 on your northbound side. That trip is going to be considerably slower because of a crash in the work zone delay that's already there. And this is past vollmer where the delay begins at heads up to I 80 where it ends, and that's because you're getting into the one lane situation at I 80, but also on the way there you've got a crash reported in that mix. How outside a 167,000 IED getting into that work zone is a little slow too. If you're headed on 80 94 in the same general area, eastbound, it's solid from the Lincoln tolls that's really right off the south on tri state technically same roadway different name we know. And then you're pretty much jammed up all the way to the state line. And we've got a crash on Torrance as well southbound. It looks like it's just south of 1894 in all of it in the same general area and the work zone also on a D 94 eastbound at the state line. You just can't win down in the state line. One 90 extension is a little slow too, headed into the terminals if you're coming off the tri state southbound or if you're coming off 80 and I would make that 90 eastbound. You're going to slow on those ramps. A long ramps as well as the ramp coming off the Kennedy itself, the one 90 ramp westbound is jammed off the Kennedy all the way to mannheim. The Kennedy itself all the way out from about the junction about Eden's out to a one 90 extension and the inbound side slows from Cumberland all the way into downtown because of no express lanes for you. What you see is what you get pretty much on the Eisenhower and the Stevenson where your normal stuff and new normal stuff on the Dan Ryan, not much to be found on bishop Ford and tollways are pretty quiet for you to try those if you'd like to drive right now. This report is sponsored by Cassidy tire and service if your car needs a little
Jaguars rally from 17-0 deficit to beat Raiders 27-20
"Travis Etienne ran for two touchdowns while the Jaguars were erasing a 17 point deficit to beat the Raiders 27 20 ET and finished with 109 yards for his third consecutive 100 yard game helping Jacksonville end a 5 game losing streak Trevor Lawrence completed 25 of 31 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown Every phase played a partner I think that's what makes it great too It's not like the offensive defense had to carry us for this one It was just everybody playing together Nobody panicked Derek Carr was 22 of 37 passing for 266 yards With both TD passes to Davante Adams I'm Dave ferry
Alvarez blasts Astros to World Series title in G6 vs. Phils
"Gordon Alvarez crushed a 6th inning three run Homer that traveled 450 feet as the Astros beat the Phillies in game 6 of the World Series four to one to claim the franchise's second world championship Astros manager dusty baker These guys ain't know how to win They come to play No alibis no excuses You know you can come in our Clubhouse You can't tell if we the next day if we lost her if we won Trevor Valdez earned the win by allowing one run over 6 innings while Jeremy Pena collected two hits and was named series MVP Adam Spillane Houston
Trevor Levin Describes How People Are Using Midas Investments
"You first created this, you blended a ton of the amazing features that I think are in crypto into one giant platform. So walk us through what was the starting point to where things are today and how people are using Midas investments. Yeah, I think the heart of buyers is our Discord. Where it all started. And back then, when you wanted to become domestic and staking provider, especially for master loads, you would advertise yourself among others, Discord groups of other coins that I do this shared national thing. And back then, before we had the platform, we were doing the we were doing reporting and analytics and calculating off everyone's balances in Google sheds and we got three main Google search where all our investors got their balances and we calculated all the rewards and did everything ourselves. And then with the with the expense, we developed not developed by but created because I had this started capital. Initial capital for mass denotes, it would allow other investors to invest small amount of coins into my master nodes basically and start receiving immediately instead of gathering a huge pool of individuals that are willing to make a share. And yeah, so it would basically democratize less than not coins. Now it sounds really, really funny, but back then it was a really roaring part of the part of the crypto. And yeah, so it also opened the search features. That's really investing and compounding on top of master points and basically allowed many, many investors to make much more efficient investing towards bicep in the coins.
Broncos beat Jaguars 21-17 in London to snap losing streak
"Latavius Murray's two yard scoring run late in the fourth quarter allowed the Broncos to beat the Jaguars 21 17 Russell Wilson led to go ahead scoring drives in the second half on his return from a hamstring injury He finished 18 of 30 for 252 yards with a touchdown and an interception as the three and 5 Broncos ended a four game losing streak Obviously the season hasn't gone the way we wanted to And it's not over yet There's a lot more to do There's a lot more that we want to accomplish Denver trail ten zero before Jerry Judy 6 yard TD grab in the second quarter Trevor Lawrence threw for just 133 yards one touchdown and two interceptions in Jacksonville's 5th law since 6 games I'm Dave ferry
Your Powers of Prayer
"A selfish person. I admit it. I know I'm selfish. It is one of my many flaws. I'm very selfish when it comes to the subject of asking people to pray. One of the things I always remind audiences and we did it on the battleground talkers tour. I always talk about reminding you about the power of prayer. When my wife was sick, we shared a lot of those stories. You prayed for her as I share often. The whole year that she was sick, she never cried, she was never scared. She wasn't in any pain. And while it didn't have the outcome we wanted, I believe she was strong and our family was made strong through your prayers. Last year, my kid was in a terrible head on car crash. And I shared that with you, even showed some pictures of the accident, the destroyed car and Trevor in a wheelchair. He had both of his legs were shattered in his arm and his ribs and everything else. And I asked for your prayers and Trevor has made a complete recovery. He is doing absolutely great. He's teaching away. He teaches 5th grade special Ed kids, and he's a great dad, and he's an absolute, amazing young man, and he has made a complete recovery. Prayer works. Prayer, works. I have somebody I love very deeply, who is waiting for a medical result and will know tomorrow and I'm confident that the news is going to be good, but I'm going to ask you for your prayers. For somebody who means the world to me and trying to get emotional, but I'm hurting for them and I'm but I'm confident that the news is going to be good and we'll know in about 24 hours. So do me a favor and please add this very special person to your prayer list for me because again, I'm selfish that way.
Ryan, Pierce hook up in final minute, Colts beat Jags 34-27
"Colts quarterback Matt Ryan passed for 389 yards in a 34 27 win over Jacksonville His biggest throw came with 17 seconds to play a touchdown pass to rookie Alec pierce I think a lot of times in those situations throwing the ball past the sticks being aggressive you know taking a shot is huge You can't play scared in those situations and I thought it was a great call Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence passed for just 140 yards but Jacksonville ran the ball for 243 The Jags are now two and four the colts three two and one Tom mccabe Indianapolis
Trevor Gallagher: Would You Return Aaron Judge's Historic Ball?
"Think about you catching the ball or lily catching the ball. I think I know the answer to this, but let me ask you anyway, Aaron judge, all American guy. I mean, the highest paid player in baseball. I'm sure being the Yankees fanatic you are, you're a big Aaron judge fan. I saw him being a nurse. I saw him being interviewed in a reporter said, would you like that ball? And he said, well, yeah, I'd like it, but he gave a very classy answer. He said the fan caught it. Legitimately, and they get to keep it if they want to. What would Trevor Gallagher Yankees fanatic do if he caught that baseball? Would you give it back to Aaron judge or would you sell it? I would give it back to Aaron judge, but I would request some very rare memorabilia, some things from the events I think not the bat that maybe the shoes or the batting helmet, the Jersey, something along those lines autographed photo. Wow. I didn't work my entire life to hit a baseball one particular night, so I don't see why it should deprive him of that, but if the guy that did catch it wants to sell it for three and a half million bucks, God bless them for that. No kidding.
Trevor Gallagher: Witnessing Aaron Judge's Historic Hit
"Trevor Gallagher, my son, my second oldest, was at the baseball stadium last night with his daughter lily when Aaron judge hit home run number 62 and trev, you sent me the video of where you guys were sitting, tell me something, were you not sitting kind of near where the ball landed? Yes and no, those weren't actually RC. Those were just where we were when he first came up to that as we were trying to find our seats at the new stadium. I got it. I got it, so but you were in the vicinity, right? Because you showed the video. Very close, very close to the left field South Pole winds right in front of us and lose home run was obviously the deep left field in the first section of that left field breach or seeding section out there in the outfield. Wow.
Undefeated Eagles spoil Pederson's return, top Jaguars 29-21
"The eagles remain the NFL's only perfect team after miles Sanders and Jalen hurts led their offense to a 29 21 win over the Jaguars Sanders ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns to help the eagle spoil head coach Doug Peterson's return to Philadelphia Hertz passed for 204 yards and ran for a score for the four and zero eagles Hertz had a pass intercepted by Andre sisko and returned 59 yards for a TD giving Jacksonville a 14 zero lead in the first quarter Trevor Lawrence threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns to Jamal agnew But the Jags QB fumbled four times and had one interception I'm Dave fairy
Trevor Noah says he's exiting as host of 'The Daily Show'
"Trevor Noah announced he's leaving Comedy Central's The Daily Show Noah surprised his audience when mentioning he had hosted the weeknight show for 7 years replacing Jon Stewart One of the overriding feelings I found myself experiencing throughout the night and even today waking up was was a feeling of gratitude That got no one thinking even more And I realized that after the 7 years um my time is up I uh Yeah But in the most in the most beautiful way honestly The 7 years include the Trump presidency and the pandemic Trevor Noah was a relatively unknown comic from South Africa When he was hired I never dreamed that I would be here I sort of felt like a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory I came in for a tour Of what the previous show was and then the next thing I know I was handed the keys Either no and nor Comedy Central offered a timetable for his departure We'll still be here for the time being I'm Ed Donahue
Guardians rally, beat Rays 2-1 to deny Tampa playoff clinch
"The guardians prevented the race from clinching a playoff birth by scoring twice in the bottom of the 8th for a two one victory against Tampa Bay Cleveland trailed one nothing until Steven Kwan laced an RBI double and fellow rookie Oscar Gonzalez cute an infield single that scored will Brennan Trevor Stephan walked the basis loaded in the knife before getting the final two outs for his third save Obviously getting the lead in the 9th like that you just want to get in there and get in there quick and get your job done but they made it tough on me tonight The guardians have earned 29 victories in their final at bat this season and own 37 come back wins The raised magic number for an AL wild card birth remains one I'm Dave ferry
The National Teacher's Union Has Gone Too Far With Woke Sexuality
"The national teachers, unions, LGBTQ+ caucus, has created a website and a badge for public school employees that promotes non binary identities, basically a how to guide for queer sex and the idea that transgender men can get pregnant. So there are reports out now that the national education association, and its local affiliate and Hilliard Ohio. Have been providing the staff in the Hilliard city school district with this QR code enabled badges, which point to the NEA LGBTQ+ caucus website. And resources from gender activist organizations, including Scarlett, sex, et cetera, gender spectrum, the Trevor project, and teen health source. And one of these linked resources teen health sources queering sexual education promises to empower youth and also includes a how to guide for performing anal sex and bondage and renting and domination, sadomasochism, muffin, and fisting. The materials are extremely graphic, explaining how to do these things, for example, how to put a whole hand into a person's vagina or butt, now listen. This is not a fringe organization. The NEA is the largest teachers union in the country, represents more than 3 million public school teachers in all 14,000 local school districts and it's been captured by radical gender theory and its perverse sexual ideology.
No One Can Possibly Be Excited for the President's Cup
"Well, like I'll sell it. I'll sell it for pennies on the dollar, you know, outside the gate, good night. That's my daughter. She's just, she doesn't know what to do about the world of golf. Got context today, by the way, first time at a glasses. Volleyball got hit in the face with glasses, had to switch to context. Anyway, that's sitting there. Yeah, tough adjustment. I'm sitting there and I have this corporate ten or whatever. I'm like, dude, I wasn't live versus PGA Tour for the president's cup. Call it the freaking traders cup. Call it whatever the hell you want to call it. Yes. Yeah, streaming on Pornhub, platinum subscription. I don't give a shit what happens like people are going to tune into this thing like you've never even seen or heard in your entire life. Right. It's going to be tenfold of what it is right now. And I don't even want to discount how good the players are for the international team that are going to end up making it that never would before because they're a lot better than you and I are. However, it's not the same. And then the PGA Tour teams watered down too because they're missing some of their best guys. Right. So if you're listening to this and you're really intrigued about watching the president's cup, you're a free con serial killer. You go around, stocking people, where's the body? Let me know that type of situation. That's basically what's happened. There's no way anyone's excited to watch this. No. And I don't even know what it is. I don't even know what month to sit, I don't know. I only know where it is. That's the thing. I have not kept up with it at all. I don't care. And the problem is, I should care because I have friends. In it, and I don't know where it is. Sam Burns plant. Sam's plan. Yeah. And I have no idea where it is, when it is, no idea. I know that Sam won't even see the 13th pole. He won't even see it. No, like, whoever he's playing doesn't matter. He's like, he's a piece of two shot advantage every time he plays. And speaking of, like, that's a thing. Yeah, I don't even know the captains are. I believe it's Davis love. Is that correct? Is the captain of the stateless love in Trevor implement and I feel horrible because Trevor Owens a nice guy. Trevor Spence, he lost his he lost his best guys. I guess he gets Hideki like, can you clone a decade? Like, I don't know, like who cloned the first sheep. It was at in Scotland, go over to that guy, clone Hideki 11 times before this thing starts, and maybe we'll have ourselves a freaking golf tournament. Well, yeah, maybe. Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. No, I said maybe credit to myself for saying maybe. Maybe we would. 11 a decades might have a chance. Possibly, I don't know. With the current team, absolutely 0%, no chance at all. I don't know what the money line is on the United States in that one, but man. It's gotta be it's gotta be minus it's gotta be -900. I'm gonna look. You spend a million put a million on it to make a hundred grand. Like, come on. It's worth it though, 'cause it's a lock. I made that up. Let's see what it really is. It's worth it. It's a lock. But anyway, I mean, that's one of the things though. The golf golf needs this shit to be over with. This squabble. Minded 500. USA's -500. That's it. Oh my God. That's pretty bad. That's pretty bad, honestly, though, because they give you fluff. Like the internationals are plus that moon 50. Match play is a little bit of a carnage shell, like you know that. You can play best fall on both players can be 6 under and you can lose to two guys that shoot 74, but they best fall 7 under, right? However, -500 seems like
Correa, Gordon power Twins past Royals 3-2 for series sweep
"Homers by Carlos Correa and Nick Gordon provided enough offense for the twins to complete a three game sweep of the royals three to two Correa smacked a solo shot in the first inning and Gordon added a two run blast in the second winning pitcher Trevor McGill through the first of 5 scoreless sittings by 5 twins relievers The sweep comes after Minnesota's two and 9 tailspin the twins pulled within four games of the AL central leading guardians The royals had only three base runners over their last 21 batters the offensive drought followed a solo Homer by Salvador Perez leading off the fourth I'm Dave ferry
Ramírez homers as Guardians beat Angels for 6th straight win
"The guardians or owners of the 6 game winning streak following a 5 three decision over the angels José Ramírez hit a tiebreaking two run Homer in the 8th inning allowing Cleveland to move a season high 11 games over 500 Ramirez leads the guardians with 111 RBIs Oscar Gonzalez and Andrew Jimenez each had three hits for the AL central leaders who opened a four game edge over the White Sox Jimenez scored two consecutive runs to help the guardians wipe out a three one deficit Trevor Steven got three outs for the win and James corrine check worked the 9th for his third save I'm Dave ferry
Judy Gold Shares Her Take on the White House Correspondents' Dinner
"What did you think happened to be or the morning after The White House correspondents dinner? I thought Trevor Noah was great about the president was great. You know, it just made me, first of all, 6 years, the guy couldn't go to a oh. No. Yeah, I caught myself. Thank you. You know, the pre orange, the orange thing. Right. Such a baby. Couldn't go to The White House correspondent center because he is such a little child. And you know, comedy is such a weapon. Yeah. And he doesn't know how to use it because he's too dumb. So I loved it. I loved that, you know, I love that speech Trevor gave at the end. Yes. Because, you know, there's nothing like disarming an audience with comedy. And then, you know, and they listen and they love you after you disarm them and make them laugh and to be able to use that platform. I mean, talk about taking advantage of a situation. I loved that. Yeah. And I love that Biden. Yes. No, that's not for you. That's for him. Go ahead. You're not supposed to be looking at me. Go ahead. Oh, sorry. And I love that Biden. Mocked it. That hope that whole pandemic, you know, we had a play. Oh wait, well, that's what I was that's what I was doing. Hold on, here we go. This is the first time the president attended this dinner in 6 years. It's understandable. We had a horrible plague followed by two years of COVID. Hilarious and true, right? Right. And what a great joke and someone who can deliver a joke. And, you know, just bringing that humor back and that self effacing. That is part of our culture. Stand up is such a part of our culture because it's just an extension of free speech.
Congress can get Trump tax records, appeals court rules
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting an appeals court rules Congress can get former president Trump's tax records A federal appeals court has agreed with the lower court ruling saying Congress can access former president Donald Trump's tax returns a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit agreed with U.S. district judge Trevor mcfadin a Trump appointee who in a December ruling said the chairman of the House ways and means committee has brought authority to request the records The House ways and means panel first requested Trump's tax returns in 2019 Under the Trump administration the Justice Department defended the decision by then treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to withhold the tax returns from Congress Mnuchin argued the records were being sought by Democrats for partisan reasons Mike Gracia Washington
Yankees' Aaron Judge hits a two-run home run against the Mariners
"The Yankees banged out four home runs to overpower the Mariners 7 to two Anthony Rizzo started the yanks power search with a three run Homer in the first they have to Aaron judge barely missed a home run with a double off the wall Judge cleared the wall his next time up at two run shot his 43rd of the season and 13th in his last 16 games Jose trevino then added two solo homers including one shot that even impressed judge Trevor Wow Just consistent you know big moments he's coming through for us He had the two homers tonight You know he went into deep
"trevor" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Hey everybody, it is drags Mike petrolia once again coming at you on the ceiling media network with another episode of Red Sox beat. This week, Alex barth of 98 5, the sports hub is back citgo sign in all baseball cap on, ready to talk a little Trevor story joining the Boston Red Sox this week. I'm bloom, Alex. Finally made the big splash Red Sox fans were hoping for in terms of signing a free agent who could really help the Red Sox offensively right handed bat, of course. He fills a need on the infield, though it's not as natural position. He's never played second base, but we're going to find out if he can play second base with the Boston Red Sox as Xander Bogart's stays at home at shortstop. So Trevor's story signs 6 years, a $140 million. That's $22.5 million AAV. And there is a 7th year option that kicks in if the Red Sox choose to do so by the fourth year of his contract, they pick up the option and it extends to 7 years and a $160 million, but Trevor's story on board with Boston Red Sox. I like the deal. How about you? Yeah, I really do. I like it from a number of different angles. I like the short term impact. I like the long-term impact, but I thought the contract itself was very team friendly. You mentioned the money compared to what some of these other guys got. You look at Carlos Correa. So this is the move Red Sox fans have been waiting for. I think they've been waiting for since Mookie betts got traded, right? Was all right, you're going to dip back below the CBT. You're going to reset that penalty and then come back out swinging and we were all waiting for the swing and here it is. So it was good to see it. It seemed like it wasn't going to happen for a little bit there. Guys were flying off the board left and right and there were only a couple of those marquee free agents left, but whether you assign a march 1st or march 20th, the guy is still going to be in the lineup opening day, so it all worked out..
"trevor" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"We have been as close as can be we. Just think once you find someone. That is also bruce fan insurer in in common there's something you automatically know that there's something inside you. That is compatible that you you have this passion for the same thing that i do in the same way that i do we. There's gotta be something there and we found that in that opened Doors to a ton of different commonalities that we weren't aware that we had and we still can. Just you know anytime. I'm there he's going you know. He sends me all kinds of articles. About bruce in. We want compare notes and we'll send each other old videos from different You know performances that we hadn't seen before bootleg stuff and that has it has created a bond that i never really thought i would have with my stepdad. Or at least didn't know how to create. i absolutely love the story You know the majority of people who join me on the podcast will say something along the lines. All i'm just happy to talk bruce because normally my family is tired of me talking. Right here yeah. I'm just thrilled. You're giving me opportunity jesse And go ahead. No that's funny because it was part of what my mom said to which she came in she was like. Oh thank god that you can go to concerts together because he had directed her or at least not drag her to a bunch of concerts and she is cheers springs. You know she's a cat. She is that casual springsteen fan enjoyed born in the usa but didn't go from there. You know for her. It didn't open any doors and so she just likes those songs but she would be. That person would go to the concert and not get what she wanted out of it because she wouldn't know when played and so. She was relieved and thrilled. That we could bond on this and it kind of put it kind of got off the hook to. That's kind of funny of what what i find. Kind of interesting is She hadn't she didn't do any match baking right like like. Hey trevor you like bruce springsteen of your stepdad dino puts his first thing his name. Steve okay steve bruce springsteen. Let's you know. Hey you guys should talk That's that's hilarious and yes please Reach out to steve and say hey you got to join and so. I'd love to hear his side of the story and to do that..
"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
"Because it's not like it's just like random play like they all have something in common like all of those players if you trace their lineage you like. How did you guys become french like how did you. How did your family start speaking french. All okay all right. let's see here says. France is indeed it cosmopolitan country but every citizen is part of the french identity and together they belong to the nation of france. Unlike in the united states of america. France does not refer to its citizens based on their race religion or origin. To us. there is no hyphenated identity. Roots are an identity. Roots are an individual reality by calling them an african team. It seems you're denying their frenchness. This even ingest these measures the ideology which claims whiteness as the only definition of being french. So now here's the thing right. I mean i. I understand what he's saying because i read up on this often right. I take criticism. I listened to what somebody says to me. You know i genuinely believe you should. And what what it turns out is in france a lot of like nazis in in that country us the fact that these players of african descent to shit on their frenchness. So they go. You're not french you from africa. Go back to where you came from. You're not french. They use that as as you know as a line of attack. Now my thing is. My opinion is coming from south africa coming from africa and even watching the world cup in the united states of america. Black people all over the world were celebrating. The african this of the french players right not in a negative way but rather in a positive way going. Look at these africans who can become french. You know what i mean. It's a celebration of that achievements. And so this is what i find. I find wit in these arguments. Is the people go. They're not african their french. Then i'm like why can't they both..
"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
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"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 Fore Play
"Are you inspired to wear that today by the two guys. That were the same color polo yesterday at the classic maybe subconsciously. Yes i mean. I don't know that. I really thought about that way. But maybe i saw them and was like oh boy. That's a great caller. They were popping. They really yeah. We had Trevor zegers. I think that's the first interview first interview that you and i have ever done together. Just the two of us because we had brian baumgartner hop into zoom early and that was a torture chamber for him and then today we actually just interviewed a guy normally and it went really. Well yeah trevor zegers Like you said anaheim ducks. He's also vinnie. La- tarries buddy. Because he is a teammate with him. Who vanilla terry was out with us in minnesota at the barstool classic yesterday. I've been i with them three times in three days over the last three days so was able to get some nice information about zegers or z. As you call him and basically he warned me like this kids twenty years old and he like owns the room in like very not cocky but very confident in like spitting out like like whether it's like Like he likes the chirp you or he just likes to laugh and like make jokes. Usually twenty year olds are very reserved brand new into a new job. Like this guy is just entering. Nhl he was the world. Juniors mvp during fantastic win over canada in canada for the united states in world junior so during olympic times. Everyone's playing for their country. This guy is a olympic is a world junior legend. He had eighteen points in the world. Juniors tournament So i mean the guy will go down in history as like one of the best performers in that championship He's not in a bad way. he's just he's definitely owns a room but he's a super nice and he'll be a really really good player in this league because he's crazy. Skilled venue is telling me. This guy's hands are like he's playing in a he's like up and down. He's playing with the ducks and he's also playing with this. I guess the goals the the san diego gulls. Maybe is the name the affiliate. But he's like he's too good for that league like he goes out there and tries to do like lacrosse goals. And all these crazy things like. He's just having fun out there until he gets the shot to go back onto the ducks and then it's go time. Somebody who's twenty years old is so incredibly young. And you forget like you said that that person has elevated to a status. That's already more impressive than anywhere will ever be. And they're twenty years old. They are the same age as someone who is what like a sophomore in college. Which when you're a sophomore in college you are clueless. You are walk you out like your your like one of those bears still who comes out of hibernation and there's a high percentage chance you just died you don't make it because you're twenty years old. You're not even a human yet. This person very upset that. I missed it because those people that are that young. I mean i'm thirty. Four the guys. I'm almost twice as all of this fucking. And he's just a stud playing hockey so yeah. I'm very excited to hear this..
"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 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 RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"The findings revealed that gun. Violence for many americans isn't far removed from everyday life altogether. More than eight hundred americans under eighteen years old have died from gun violence so far in twenty twenty one with one hundred and seventy four of them under the age of twelve. Some of these incidents had been mass shootings defined as involving four more people who were injured or killed not including the suspect so far there have been eighteen mass shootings in twelve cities across the us this week. According to the data with nineteen dead and seventy four wounded. The epidemic of gun violence also includes suicides which of the cause of about sixty percent of adult firearm deaths. According to the department of justice in twenty nineteen an average of sixty six people each day died by suicide with a gun according to the education fund to stop gun violence this year alone there have been more than thirteen thousand five hundred suicides by gun. There are also gun violence incidents that erupt from alleged domestic disputes. Abc news in the assessment of the past weeks gun violence found that at all. At least two point four people had been killed and five point. Five people had been wounded every hour. The assessment found that practically every state in the nation had been affected over the last week with at least one gun related incident in forty seven states and the district of columbia over the last week. The worst day for gun. Violence was sunday. July eighteenth with nearly one in five incidents occurring that day the most violent time on any given day was between midnight and three a m a time period when about twenty two point. Six percent of all incidents occurred about forty percent of the gun..
"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
"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 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.