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"tripoli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Tripoli. 77 be easy came eventually today. Yes, Stew was just saying we got to talk about to Shawn Watson, because it's a fascinating story. I very, very strange if you had to guess right now. Does he ever play another down in the NFL? I had to guess right now, I might say no. Yeah, I might do. Which is unbelievable that I just say I contract six months ago for 40 year. Yeah, and was yeah, I was gonna be trait on and I think it was all guaranteed, right, wasn't it? No, it was his wasn't always 128. Million of 140 million was guaranteed. Wasn't that high? It was a lot he now has 22 accusers. Now we didn't even know any of their names. We didn't know any other stories. How could they defend themselves in a lawsuit when they don't know who's accusing them? Yeah, There's a lot of associative things. I guess yesterday One of them did come out and at least one and came out and I guess told Kotjo very publicly. But now one of the defenses from the dish on Watson camp was to release I think a list of 18 other massage therapists. Yes, that that said there is no problems is he must be the most relaxed man on the face of the Earth. How many a lot of massages many massages. Do you get Zip? A. Apparently some of the people he was just like reaching out on instagram and asking them for massages. And I'm not a masseuse, I guess. Still come on. Over. Give me a massage. Okay? Okay. I don't know if I would say that was therapy, but maybe it is, You know, it's very, very strange that look if We don't We don't know. You know, the people deserve to be able to defend themselves, but just acting,.
Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview
"Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview. That's gonna be on CBS eight o'clock on Sunday night, and that should be something. Everyone's talking about it Monday. I'm sure will be trending. Anderson previews right. What might go on with in that interview with Oprah Winfrey. It says here that let me play a couple of these here. Meghan Markle seeks her own voice right amongst the Royals. Find out. We got about four good clips here, So I just want to say that I called you either February or march 2018 before the wedding asking, Would you please give me an interview? And you said I'm sorry. It's not the right time. And finally we get to sit down and have this conversation. I remember that conversation very well. I wasn't even allowed to have that conversation with you personally. Right. There had to be people from the compass sitting there rather everything with their other people in the room. When I was having that conversation, you turn me down nicely and said, Uh, perhaps there will be another time when there is the right time. What is right about this time? Um Back on her feet, right? Um Wow. Holy smokes. That's kind of the interviews to be nine hours long. You could sell a commercial in that time, right? Well, when they plan to e mean, you know you could literally you could do one here. It's Carter for trading. Go to hit our trades dot com or run a cunning dental Tripoli. 6 40 smile so many things. Um That we're on the other side of a lot What it was like those that were on the other side of a lot of I can't wait to see this. By the way, there's going to be really a great interview, CBS. Sunday night at eight. A lot of life experience that's happened and also that we have The ability to make our own choices in a way that I couldn't have said Yes to you, then that wasn't my choice to make so as an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this. Construct. That is, um Different than I think what people imagine it to be. It's really liberating to be able to have The right and the privilege in some ways to be able to say yes. I mean to say to yourself not to have to consult with anybody at this point to be able to just make a choice on your own and just be able to speak for yourself. Well, you know what? That it's not just the royal family. It's with a lot of things in life. Like, um like, for instance. You know if you were when, when we did shows over a Disney and you waited my remote to Disney. There were two people there from Disney that we're listening to the show while we're doing it just to make sure it conforms to what Disease works so hard on which is their image, right? I'm not gonna have two guys come in, and, you know, swearing and telling off color jokes at Disneyland, right? And with almost everything. Like I can't do an interview with the L a times about the workings of my heart media without you know, contacting somebody here diehard media, They just would they would frown upon that. S so it's It's not the world family is is exactly like that. It's a business. And and so you don't get that freedom when you join that family to just do whatever you want, And she knew that going in. He's going to say, Didn't she know that everybody knows that? Everybody knows that s O. It's just how she doesn't refer to them as the royal family or the Windsor. She first to them as the firm. Oh, wow. This is gonna be great. How long is this interview's in two hours. It was. It was supposed to be 90 minutes and they increased it to two hours. And that's because there's a lot of money involved right there. They're getting like $325,000 for 32nd commercials. Viacom is giving Oprah between seven and $9 million for licensing fees. It's already been sold in 17 countries, including a million in the UK It's great to see Oprah finally getting a check. I know. I mean, she struggled later, right? That's really gonna help. All right. Here's more of it. The big interview CBS this Sunday at 8 P.m.. Right after 60 minutes. Wow, what Anything British
Cauliflower Rice Makes Its Mexican Fast-Casual Debut
"A question for you what's a burrito bowl without rice. Well one fast casual chain wants you to find out this month chipotle. They rolled out a new item at all of their. Us and canadian locations salon tra- lime cauliflower rice it's essentially shredded cauliflower with a little salt and lime juice it looks a bit like rice and the chain is hoping you think it tastes like rice two or something like rice anyway. It's january and that means one thing for the fast casual record industry. A focus on healthy eating right if you've made a new year's resolution eat fewer carbs to go vegan to start the paleo diet. Well this is the month where you see if you can actually stick with it. Japodlay says customers wanted healthier options that align with quote the latest health trends those trends less starch more plants. Sorry rice you've been eighty-six on tripoli's menu are four new bowls made with their cauliflower rice. One is certified ho thirty compliant and another is totally vegan. But if you want cauliflower rice in your regular burrito bowl it'll cost you and up charge of two dollars about as much as dollop guac cipolla just the latest chain to hop on the cruciferous geoghegan. Rival cuba rolled out cauliflower mash last month. It's roasted mashed and mixed with sour cream and pico de guy. Oh definitely not rice like in any way. But yoga says their mash is more innovative than regular cauliflower rice. Ouch take that chipotle innovative. That seems to be the word of the month for fast casual chains mexican chicken chain el pollo loco said recently they would be adding a quote culinary innovation to their menu as well Any guesses yup. It's cilantro lime cauliflower rice in their announcement last month. The chain took a more direct approach in explaining why they're offering healthier options. They say the pandemic has made too many of us replace the gym for the couch with undesirable consequences. Okay that one's things a little bit so is cauliflower rice in it for the long haul that remains to be seen. The forecast certainly looks bright. At least on twitter one user said she was pleasantly surprised by coil locos option and other said shapur as was good but the two dollar up charge makes it a one time thing so perhaps the fate of cauliflower rice comes down to how much green customers are willing to spend to go greet
"tripoli" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"You can see photos of all my guess here. All the episodes read the synopses of the episodes little by on myself and a donate button. If you'd like to support the show As i said before my guest today is sam. Tripoli who is host of the zero. Podcast with sam tripoli saying his name a lot and we're doing a swap cast so We're we just decided. We wanted to talk about humor and spirituality. So that's what we're doing today We were both stand up. comedians Were friends and We're both very interested in body. Mind and spirit those topics and You know we wanted to delve a little deeper into what humor is all about in joy and laughter and really what's going on underneath that there's some anecdotes about the stand up by a world that we've both come from and some thoughts on what Humor is and the different types of humor. It's a really fun podcast because You know there's a short hand in the way we speak to each other because we've known each other long time and having been in the same profession you know how that is so let's listen in To the first swap cast between the exploding and zero podcast. Please welcome my guest sam. Tripoli watt. say that you're very important person to me. And i mean an all seriousness. You i oh yoon apology. Also in a weird way because when we first met man you know you were from generation a comics and trust me. I'm old so i'm not trying to be like you. You were from generation of comics. That i always felt i got judged by for my crudeness and my my dark comedy but man getting to know you over these last like specially during this whole plan damage. That's going on. You know whatever we're dealing with in unite have i i. Have you know our relationship in another situation. I don't know how much you wanna talk about that. But you know the get to know you through that man. You have a wonderful dark sense of humor. That i really love and i really respect it and i always want you to. I just wanted you to know that. I've allow love and respect for you so i really do appreciate you coming on my show. It means lots me. You're very important. Well i love having you on my show. We're going to be doing this one together. The i never judged your comedy maybe people my peers. I'm about ten years older than you. I guess but i never had that. I i always loved the i love anybody that pushes the limits and is a little dark that i enjoy that. That makes me laugh. Like get your. I get to hear your humor almost every night and it's it's always such a wonderful thing to hear because you know we're going through this chaos rate now sometimes..
"tripoli" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm
"It's me speaking to you. Wow it's been interesting long road to coming back from a fairly lengthy break from doing the show. And as you heard in the intro this is what started it all for me. And i'm so stoked to have this gentleman on the one hundred episodes. Turn out to be an amazing amazing friend even more incredible human being. We're gonna get into what he's been up to. Which is a whole shitload including being a dad for the first time of two of twins. Guess it's wild hands are full. Sam tripoli i love you man. Thanks for joining me for episode. What hannett which up to kind brother. Thanks for having me on. Jeffrey super happy for you will be A hundred episodes is insanely hard. It's not easy clue how hard two hundred episodes is so congratulations to you. I appreciate that. I appreciate that brother. And it's been a long road and it's a cool man that that pebble if you will which was dropped into the pond has had an awesome ripple effect so much has happened so much change being able to interview and hang out. And you know. Even open up for sam tripoli last that last august do it again..
Algorithm spots 'Covid cough' inaudible to humans
"Mit scientists have published a paper. In the i tripoli journal of engineering and medicine and biology describing an algorithm they developed the can identify whether you have covid nineteen by the sound of your cough. That's true if you're asymmetric. In other words if i mean a coffee is a symptom. But you don't have the classic symptoms of covid nineteen because a cough could be a symptom of anything. Covid changes the sound you produce. Even when you're a symptomatic intesting. The algorithm was ninety eight point five percent accuracy on patients with a positive covid nineteen tests. So they were able to use coughing to detect ninety eight point five percent of people who were definitely positive with covid nineteen and a one hundred percent accurate for those with no other symptoms. The algorithm was trained on a data set of seventy thousand audio samples with multiple coughs. Twenty five hundred of which were from confirmed covid nineteen cases. So that's how the algorithm was able to go. Okay that's somebody who doesn't have it that somebody who does and figure out the patterns that it would listen for the site just hope to get regulatory approval to use it as a way to take quick noninvasive daily screenings and for pool testing to quickly detect outbreaks in groups pulled. Meaning like a group of people a test. A bunch of people once cambridge university carnegie mellon university. Uk health startup called novo. Eric are all working on similar projects. So it's not just mit. But they're the most recent to publish a paper on it.
Algorithm spots 'Covid cough' inaudible to humans
"Researchers published a paper in the i tripoli journal of engineering in medicine and biology outlining an ai algorithm that can identify individuals with covid nineteen by the sound of their cough including a symptom patients intesting. The algorithm was ninety eight point five percent accurate on patients with a positive covid nineteen tests and one hundred percent accurate on those with no other symptoms other than the cough. The algorithm was trained on a data set of seventy thousand audio samples with multiple costs. Twenty five hundred of which were confirmed covid nineteen cases the researchers hope to use this as a way to take quick noninvasive daily screenings and for pool testing to quickly detect outbreaks in groups
UN chief urges Libya cease-fire, warns its future at stake
"A rare opportunity for peace in Libya should be seized by all those involved in the conflict. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist told a high level virtual meeting convened on Monday to stem the fighting noting that the conflict has been going on for far too long. He said that the country's future is at stake and called on all Libyan's to continue to work towards a lasting ceasefire. The summit comes amidst ongoing longstanding concern over unresolved conflict within. Libya and interference from outside states. The oil-rich country remained split between the UN recognized government of National Accord or GNA, and the self proclaimed Libyan National Army L. N. A. which launched an attack on the capital of Tripoli in. April. Two, thousand, nineteen, the chief of the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Monday that maintaining humanitarian aid levels during the covid nineteen pandemic was a comparatively inexpensive way to save lives and protect people on the move. A. Along with host communities are facing what he calls a pandemic of poverty. Filippo Grandma told, UNHCR's annual executive committee that keeping aid flowing would mitigate the instability from growing pockets of marginalization, which would be more costly to address later. Despite. The UN chiefs call for global ceasefire. pan-demic conflict, violence, discrimination, human rights, violations, and political crises continue, and currently, there are nearly eighty million forcibly displaced people in the world of figure double that of ten years ago according to Mr Grandy.
Getting into security architecture: Careers, skills and ransomware
"I Wanted to talk to you today about because you know cyber work. The big push here is helping people to get started in cybersecurity and who don't necessarily know where to start or don't know what the next steps are in their career. So for listeners who might think you're fresh out of college I WANNA point out that you've been working insecurity for some time between undergraduate studies in recent master's degree. So I guess what I wanted to know, what are you? What were you specifically trying to achieve getting your? Computer Science from Michigan State you know before returning back to the business. sector. So there's a strong strong analytical competent. That is an integral part of any doctoral degree I began my PhD with the objective of owning my critical thinking skills and exploring the truth death of certain areas insecurity because as we know. So we will looked at the ten domains, of CIS SPN that's it. It's everywhere from physical security to cryptography and everything in between your network and I was doing that for for a long time and. It came to a point where I wanted to really truly understand something in depth to the point where you know I could get a PhD in in that area. So so that that that was definitely a motivation motivating factor for me going in. Do you have a sense of how you know the the addition of a PhD like this has has changed job prospects I mean obviously you're using Motorola but like like what what sort of doors does does a graduate level degree like this open for Cybersecurity I personal? Right, so that's a great. in terms of career prospects, it definitely opens up more research opportunities both in academia and industry. Right. Some research opportunities and industry will explicitly ask for a PhD So so it definitely opens those doors talking about industry in particular There are. There are few opposite like I said, there is a few doors that opened up right away. I could have definitely been. I could have definitely been a security architect without getting a PhD but the benefit is more intangible in that. There's elements of my PhD that prepared me for my role today. And allowed a smooth transition. into security architecture all as. You know. Because I play the role of. A playboy tactical and strategist role during my During my work as a security architect and especially the strategic part of the PSG definitely helps them. Okay. So you you mentioned that this is a pre specifically useful thing if you're going to go into a research capacity, is this something that you're looking to pursue as well? Are you looking to because I? Believe you're your emphasis was on ransomware are you are you doing sort of ransomware SORTA research level study of things ransomware right now? Yeah definitely that's a competent of my work and even at Motorola solutions on preparing I'm pursuing them up and so for example, if you know one thing that comes to mind that a PhD would directly help you in in an industry is like if you contributing to. If. You're if you're making if you're. Generating Patent applications that process is very similar to writing for Scientific Journal. So that's something that comes to mind right away that helps me aware PhD helps me in In the industry. Okay. So when we spoke earlier and I just mentioned it just now you said that that ransomware is probably the main focus of your study I believe. So could you tell me a little bit about what you learned about ransomware in this academic context and you know how deeply gone into this topic and what was your specialized area within ransomware? There's a certain aspect of it that really sort of attracted you. So speaking in the. Context is a lot of new things I learned One of them is actually funny. YOU SPEAK OF ACADEMY CONTEXT IN IN ONE thousand nine hundred thousand academy paper. Out in Tripoli Conference where which talked about where where the authors young young talked about crypto viruses that will deploy cryptographic libraries on on hose to perform unauthorized encryption and demand a ransom. In order to provide you with the decryption key. So they predicted the whole thing, one, thousand six, and this wasn't a ransomware in really start to grow around untold to five thousand six as when it started to. Grow. But so so that's always interesting is when when a academy predict some of these things I hadn't time. Reading about it in the academy context, I, notice that there's papers that have done studies on on large samples of ransomware discovered, for example, that ninety two percent of them are not affected right? Because cryptography is hard and and cybercriminals make mistakes all the time and a lot of the times they're scare where where they lock your screen expect you to pay the. Money when they haven't really done any encryption in the background So if you take away all of that fluff, then the h percent are the truly troubling ones and so there's a lot of noise in the cybercrime underground and you know we we get this. We get into this mode of thinking that Cybercriminals have descended from the heavens in terms of their. Skills but but that's not true. You know they make a lot of mistakes
Libya's Tripoli-based gov suspends minister after shooting
"The internationally recognized government in Libya has suspended its interior minister alleging he mishandled street protests This week. Saga who has a power base in the port city of Misrata had promised to rein in militia gunmen who'd fired indiscriminately on protesters in Tripoli. Charles have learned reports. The other main fault line in Libya is between the internationally recognized government or DNA on the forces of Cali for Haftar. They're also split within the eh. The suspension of the interior minister, Fatty Ashikaga reflects these tensions. On several recent days, Tripoli residents have demonstrated against economic hardships and called for prime minister. Fires surround to quit. Mr. Bashara had denounced militia men what he called a gang of thugs for attacking and even kidnapping. The protesters. He's now being suspended on will face an investigation.
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Does it pay no but nobody's become Now what it will not now, but five years from now with people remember that one night they were having a bad night they were switching to the TV was the same shit on TV Rambo Five. On. I could have escaped faulk and tank the same the office, the same stupid Shit, and you go on a computer to seek relief and there's going to be one of us. It could be any one of us would be Corey Hokum. Could be fucking Sam Tripoli. Believe jumping up and down he asked me anyone Empha- some reason you will find confident that you will not know why you a finding comfort on this fact guy talking about fucking robbing a jewelry store but something is that. You know you have help. You know I don't want you to call solar side hotline. Now they got your number in the email for the rest of your life. They'RE GONNA call you to you do kill yourself. That's outlined. Does they scientologist they take your information? Then they usually get you. Did. You bring your boyfriend yet? Kill yourself did you know that like the same tim? They reprogram you there's no suicide hotline, the Church's world. Our World I. Want you to do is wrap with people help somebody Dude Hall you. Get of your house. Number step number one get out of that fucking bedroom the boogeyman ain't out that. Put a mask on. If you need to put gloves on put the gloves I, don't give a about work very. Go out there. Pick one friend. One friend and talk. Yeah and then pick the second friend in you walk with him the next day and every day you have a walking partner you have to point to be. You're talking to three or four different points of view. I don't want you circle to be handed episode of friends. Saying episode I ask about. The, say episode of Friends Bitch. This is fucking you and to to dude stops you know and you just rap and talk to each other tell each other. What time do you mind? What you see is, what do you think is going to happen what's going to happen you know? And and this will all be dead the second former therapies the notebook. Guys drinking and smoking pot. You know what I mean. He Days I wake up can I answer? Emails of people who have smoked by that freaked out and rent me a bunch of Shit. The next day they hit me back go I'm really sorry that wreath really affected me. Debit before we go, what's the next big fucked and scandal? Dude. I'm I. I think it's all about this election do. So be safe. Listen I. WANNA say something everybody I. Love Joy as I love Lisa. Listen to go back and listen to old church what's happening now turn off the news get off social media it's going to depress you get out hell dude I'm telling you. If you do this right now if you help three people day just so random person just how whatever it is hold adorable. What your life will change your life could be completely different. In three, hundred, sixty, five days turn off the news. It's meant to depress you. Yes. The world's crazy guess what when you open the door and you walk outside, it's a beautiful world get of your own way man there's chaos out there. But most of it's just there the get you fucking angry and sad and these things feed off your bad energy dude. They say, don't go to bed angry that's what they're talking about. Find Happiness find a hobby learned to make a dollar off the Internet. It's the new mainstream you could fuck and do it I. I started doing a lot of shows because I know people at home need entertainment and they're tired of hearing about boom boom boom beating them down. The world's wonderful place. Find beauty in it did and that's where I'm atman. Signed beauty you know what I want to get Outta here. Because I didn't see the Great Tivoli. Once they started making more walk in movies and it's not the same fucking shows how beauty is it don't integrate these anymore. It's just not. You know we live in a place and has Hollywood sign. On, it right. You saw the Hollywood sign lake. And you've seen the Hollywood sign up. Down the shoot thirty percent of. Everything else is outsourced from Korea. TO ATLANTA TO KENTUCKY WHY Because, we don't get a tax break here equality too much to shoot in the state were shooting. It's supposed to happen the most. This is Hollywood. Yeah you gotTA show New York New York exteriors. They've always shot ear. And we don't add that handle more. How dumb is that I? Want you guys at home to listen to what my word jaw we live in. Hollywood. And they only shoot thirty percent of the Stuffy Netflix's has a studio in Korea. That looks studios. Louisiana New Mexico. Because they fucking tax breaks because I can make a movie in peace. How fucking sad is that that I can't make film in Hollywood because it'll cost me. Two. Extra million. fucking dollars. That I could save if I do the same movie and Indiana. So California, somewhere along the line when you think of that state. That right there. Let you know the state of mind in. What Sam is exactly right that the Internet's the new main street it is. Want to hall today. In the time I was there I probably there were like six or seven groups I went to salvation I'm going to drop stuff off look in and out people are leaving because they don't have to be here anymore. I I had a great time. I was here for almost a decade. But it's a business trip no one really moves your. For the beaches I don't ever. I did I didn't go to the Nike ought. To the beaches we didn't do not store we didn't celebrate Christmas. Families would celebrate normal. Thanksgiving's because God forbid you gotTa spot at the store. I'm not crying guys I made the sacrifices. Now, it signed mate though sacrifices. And moved the next chapter life now with that. With that Sam Tripoli I WanNa. Thank you for twenty years of friendship. To don't lose guy number I hope you don't hope. It I won't change it. I hope you don't lose my number and I. Hope that. Once, this opens up when you come to play the stress factory. Bananas or whatever. Dinner together when buying give you a big hug in. You GotTa go play my club out. There was your club. It's called the DOJ. Oh comedy. It's in Morris. Morris Plains New Jersey. Tram by my boy Mike Romanelli Okay and It's a nice little small room right now for outside forty cedars when it happens and it's not gonNa be far from you. We'd love to have you come down and sling that comedy Dick and Lee you ever out there. You're always welcome brother antibody. Joey your good friend Dude you're good guy. You know I was crazy person back in the day, but a good business you. Know? You're not diabetic diet, but knows everybody's going this personal. Said? Yes. Super set dude miss everybody. Hopefully, I'll be able to come back and. Celebrate how hard we worked and how far we? who whoever again but I miss everybody. Oh you guys, GonNa. Get all the other in laugh about this I. also I love my Heart Sam. Tripoli I want your family be the best. Goes. To two. You'll be in theaters my brother. This is These last few episodes, the Churchill, what's happening now in? A, while the people going through this right now I'm going to it. Will leave it. Now leave in non top, not leaving getting chased out of Town Hall Beauty I. Mean I'm not Joe Rogan I'M NOT QUARTER DADDY BUT We've been doing this for years consistently. So and now for a word, Ramaz sponsors I want to thank my man fucking Sam. Tripoli fucking poor guy was crying. Made me feel bad. I'm so sad myself. I'm sorry anyway I WANNA. Thank you guys for listen that WanNa thanks Sam I watched a kid become fucking manage. He's A. He did some that not a lot of people doing.
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"When I you know I've struggled with sobriety I, have sobriety now but I had five years and I've been I'm been fighting with it but I always went to meetings and I just learned a lot like. My father I love my dad to dad I. Love Him so much. He's a wonderful man. He's a flawed character and I showed. Me Start Making, the decisions started acting like he was acting and I go on them turn out I'm going to make the same mistakes. I started changing my mind got raised the be very paranoid. You know, and then I was lashing out and I I don't WanNa, be that guy and then it just slowly takes up but I have that in me and I can flare up and and on top of that I'm super sensitive I, used to think I was dead on the inside but I'm Is Common. And I have a fucking trigger do I'd like and then I'm like, why do that night I grab on I'm like I got my brother up by blew up on him today and I feel awful about it but. That's Kinda. The work in progress that I am right now you know, and then you know you just over, it's like when you start living life what you really want, it's like you stop drowning and you just like, okay, this is okay. This is you know and you start to chill out and then you start realizing like everything that was important to you doesn't really matter doesn't really matter doesn't really once you get that. One comedy. Wind. That all this shit doesn't matter. When you manage, it comes up to you and says, listen to jokes about family so I could sell you to a Sitcom, and you like, have you considered light yourself on Have you ever considered that Co fuck you mother We take rules. I listen don't be dirty in front of this guy. We actually followed them which I never did. If you told me, you had the balls to come up to me. And say, don't be dirty unless it was a weekend. And even then I tried on a fine line. But you cannot tell a comment. What do we did not become comics For you to tell me what to do. I knew the third year that I was never going to be on Letterman Leno. How much of you? When they tell you not to do something makes you wanna do it more. On purpose, I don't. Have not you have to look at a person's psyche. We never look at a person's psyche. You know I'm meet Sam Tripoli. We go to a couple of row gigs together in the car we gotta talk about something. We talk about his fucking retarded brother. My brother's not retired I him very much. I'm being in any just saying that I was an Asshole I'm talking to you but my mother die. I'm talking to you and then we do three more gigs we still are being so each other. And we make an assessment about each other. You know what? This third gig the Joey is thrown me. About. He's not a bad guy he's paying my rent. Now. We start looking at people deadpan. Are Rhett. Dead doing meal fucking favors. Now when I go to know addition and Front army-in even if my role. I want I don't get it I, want my brother and get the after. Your M. These are things you have to do to move forward as an individual and any career. In any career sometimes, you got to bite the bullet whenever I go for a Mafia addition. If I don't see certain people that audition I call them. And I go down there yet. But what am I gonNa Tell Them Are you fucking stupid. Yeah. You got get a black shirt on with. Verron in business to find the right person. Day a casting director job is to find the right person. If. You look at that breakdown and you think you're the right person. Get up and get down. WE'LL FIGURE IT OUT ONCE WE GET DOWN There little gay assistant will come on and I don't see your name on the list. On. My God. Let me let me ask the castle direct. and. He'll go into back. Shook him up. Take a look at you. and. Say let them read. and. That must've been a mistake here. There's no mistake. The mistake was you let a Gangsta in this? Room. You let a Gangsta this motherfucker Rochelle for me. When you look at and I'm not putting nobody down I don't want fucking short clips about this. When you look at Sarah Silverman, when we got it yeah. Sarah Silman the guy who talks about Bacon. Jim Gothic in great guy? I can name five but I can't right now because the bullet viruses. Antibiotics I can name five people. Who were predetermined? To end up with something in this town. The first time you SAM. And you see the three Jews in the room watching it. Once they show up with three Jews and they're watching them. It's to Jews management that they're ju- he's the one that tells the network what to do. Okay. I've seen that with Who Died. God. Rest his soul Mitch Hedberg. I saw it with I could probably tell you five comic school as soon as they hit that way. They were destined to be started. You know I knew was going to be tailored talented from the moment. I saw her stand up I go and I used to call the future every time I saw her I go. That's the few and we're just now seeing it and I don't even think we're close to where we're going to go is if like twenty five Duchenne, cheese. And she's an assassin onstage. I watched it for a first time. Nineteen years old was hosting for me and I thought she had add to, but she just shy right. Dude went up and did all black man crowd work like all black man crowd work 'cause she'd been doing church shows since she was like twelve. So she's used to being front crowds and just lighting people up and everything I was going to happen I saw was GonNa Happen Man Yeah. You never know who's going to blow up you know who's going to work for. Know. It's GonNa work those going to blow up. When Sam Tripoli got the show on Spike. I was like. Everybody. I spoke to was happy for San. Because Sam wasn't supposed to get that show. That show is supposed to go to some goofy white dude. I couldn't managed by Oats Company and and then you watch this showing you like, why is this Guy Oh? Yeah. I'm with you. Do you know and when you got that show? I gotTA. Be. So, many people were happening off. To so many people were inspired. Because you know what? Now we could attack other networks. It's not just CBS SAM is on spike getting thrown by a black guy. Rampage. You know. And when they canceled it, you were depressed for an hour. Yeah. You knew that this is by the game you accepted it. I stayed.
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Since I'm counting down the last episode of the judge. I wanted to bring this young gentleman who I basically grown up with. And he's a G in his own right Mrs Sam motherfucking Tripoli. Looking at the studio, go enjoy what happened you gotTA. Know what Clinton this motherfucker out we took everything out. Walls tables. Pitches in late three hours we worked like if you drop a car off in Harlem and go see a grandmother upstairs when you come down just a jazz senate that's what happened. Yeah. Those are the people I run with. Walking came in here and we might as well take the walk down. They took the tables down and we're bare bones. Sammy trip honor beyond the last week. Dude. I might start crying I'm super sad everybody's leaving a Michigan Sir. Sucks. But. You'll be holding it down like a motherfucker tin foil on it I see that ten for broke the. Night I tunes you're making waves. Yeah. Same Trips I. gotTa Tell You something when I met you twenty years ago. Okay let me get this out of the way right now but you're GonNa make your opinion also, and I'm GonNa tell you why you're gonNA dial it. Sam Tripoli was a fucking punk. Sam, started a fight with me one night under stage, but I could not understand people like what's his problem I don't know he's my brother because I was talking about an Armenian drug dealer who I spoke to yesterday and he goes I have a gun for you. I just talked to him yesterday. That's even though I don't do drugs. He's still one of my best friends. And then about a week later, you got to argue with the Barton. The Filipino barten-. Yeah I was an asshole and I didn't know what happened. I disappeared from the store I'm still now I'm hearing great things little by little. Ari You doing podcasts I'll never forget one night already going have you gone down to see Tripoli's dirty show. And lately you know. He hasn't invited me. and. I don't WanNA crash like I hate when people do that like I didn't know you did this and really. This And I go. How was Sam Lee Goes? You Know Man And the way he said it to me. He does it's great. He's great because he's environment. That's his thing. The Kenya madness he wants to midget he wanted. He wanted chicken the bikini. You know you gotTa Bunny Sue the guy in the bunny suit he disappeared cracked in he was the first one. Benjamin Quick comedy lost eighty pounds and wrote a book on how to flopped and will survive and. Meet have you seen him lately? I see skippy once Oh, he's a great kid. He's a great guy dude he he's you know he's just saw living that life did these just one of those guys read the book about? was something about eating meat, and then he would have liked this Patriot before there's patriotic where women would pay for him to take pictures of his Dick. Pic dickerson he's gotta supposedly fuck fucking Hog. Like a big Hog and we we pay for him to put an exotic. Loosen photo shop in different places. Do My Dick, doesn't have anyone on its Patriot on nobody? To. Stay Away Harvey Weinstein was the bill is later Hollywood. This is the reason why because women pay comics Dick Picks I you know don't sit there and judge and say, well, Rick Chavez never raped anybody. He believe in that what I'm saying, give it time the LA Times a scoop it up any day now. It's just weird what we've been through the last. When did you show up at the comedy store two thousand? Yeah I moved out when I was just about to turn twenty six always about twenty five. So I'd say that's about a little like I guess I lived like ninety nine, I think. Ninety nine. Our connection with Pablo we were friends through Pablo, the best we world right away. On Sundays I took the. We would dea friends I love the. Than the one night with the call out on stage I'm Mike what I do. Am I going to fight trip? No I I remember what I said and you know just one of those when you make a joke and it's like it doesn't come out the way you wanted it to and you're like, fuck that sounded way meaner. I didn't mean it like that and I you know I had will happen was I was saying that joke and it was working. and One night I said in the original room. And when I got up stage a fucking Armenian came up to me. Furious and he's like. You should not be saying that joke. Because Armenians. Yes. We make mistakes. People think we gung citizen when you say those things, we gangsters and what people have to realize about median is what the Turkish did to us. We have to do with the game in it'd beating them at the Turks. He bought me a drink I was coked up so I took the. coked up just yes on the yeah. The Turks. To you know what I'm saying like it was just do you gave me advice to give me picked up like you gave me. You told me. You love this one joke so Dunkin calls me is like this is what you do it. One joke about your ethnic group, one joke about your parents and then do your favorite it and I'm like Okay Joey loves that fucking bid about Asians on ecstasy I'm going to end on NAP it. So I did a bit about being are meaning going to the beach, my mom power walking, and then they ended up on you know. Ending About Asians love and ecstasy. And Paul Mooney save me and I told the store and I'm just waiting for it to come out on. Showtime doc ever drops about and I, say the word but Paul Mooney called me the n word like only a week earlier. So then we're showcasing any sat down. And he saw was telling Mitzi that they should pick me up. So you and you Paul Mooney are the reason I got picked up at the stores because you guys were telling me all that stuff. I remember I I thought the joke was something along the lines of like if you made it through your act. Just like because you were bigger than than week shots and I. I did that dom bears to like I said a dumb joke that I met to be came off as just really mean and. Super regretted it. Oh, I didn't. It wasn't like I was fistfight I just didn't know you will come from. We would be a free. Education. Do you gotTA survive man? So it's like you say little joke just to get you into it. Now when I follow, you dude I go I five minutes. Nobody's listening because they just saw Joey Diaz and I'm going to be Charlie Brown's mom onstage caught. Wall and I just have to sit in it and just be okay that five minutes I got left the room reset one you go. FOR CRAZY SAM to. Business..
Boston - Woman Becomes Second EEE Case In Massachusetts This Year
"A second case of Tripoli in the Bay State found in western Massachusetts and Hampden County. Ah, woman in her sixties infected with the disease state announcing it is raising the risk level of Tripoli to critical In Wilbraham, the first reported case of Tripoli was a boy in Middleborough. Last year, there were 12 reported cases of eastern equine encephalitis. Six
Boston - EEE Risk Levels Rise To High, Moderate In Multiple Plymouth County Communities
"State public health officials raised the risk level for the mosquito born Tripoli and Bridgewater in Halifax in Plymouth County from moderate to high that brings the total number of communities at higher critical risk of Tripoli to eight. There's been one confirm human case of Tripoli this
Mosquito Spraying to Start in Parts of Boston
"Aerial mosquito spraying is going to begin tomorrow. The aerial spraying for mosquitoes comes after public health officials announce this year's first human case of Tripoli. The viral infection spread by mosquitoes. In fact, a boy under the age of 18 and Plymouth County Thie aerial spraying gets underway Monday night and will continue for several evenings across a wide swath of 21 Plymouth County towns and extended to four Bristol County towns as well. Thekla he's affected have been found to be a moderate to critical risk for the triple the virus. Public health officials encourage residents to be vigilant and take here to use mosquito repellent and avoid outdoor activity between the hours of dusk and dawn. Mike Macklin
Aerial spraying to begin in southeastern Massachusetts amid EEE warning
"Involved in public health and agriculture announced that they will be aerial spraying in areas of Plymouth County and Bristol County starting Monday. It'll go on for several evenings, but this may change due to weather. This comes after 12 communities in southeastern Mass were found at moderate to critical risk for Tripoli, also the state health Department announcing the first human case of West Nile
EEE Risk In Greater Boston Region of Wareham Upgraded To High After Mosquitos Tested Positive
"The state Health Department announced 10 new Tripoli positive mosquito samples Today, The samples taken in Carver wear hair, Wareham and Canton the risk and wear him now raised to high, joining Kingston, Plympton and Rochester Thie two communities at the critical risk level, Carver and Middleborough. Residents are urged to where bug spray avoid outdoor evening activities and drain standing
Going old Turkey: a regional power spreads
"A decade ago, Turkey's Foreign Minister Audit of Attalou used to boast his country was on good terms with everyone police fantasia want. less confrontation, less tense attitude. Especially, in the region, he spoke at the Council on foreign, relations with the will of the principal. In. Two thousand three. Zero problems with our neighbors. And the made a huge progress. All, that now seems a distant memory Turkey is growing its international influence and not always with a light touch. The country has been backing Libya's government in its civil war. Last month. The Turkish Defence Minister landed in Libya to inspect his troops and opposition warlord warned them to get out or else. Turkey prompted an angry statement from Egypt last week by allegedly planning gas exploration and Egyptian waters. And yesterday Turkish officials railed against an American company for its dealings with ethnic Kurds in neighboring Syria. That Turkey believes to be terrorists. To some, all this adventurism is reminiscent of past chapter of the country's history when the Ottoman Empire ruled all of Syria and far beyond. Turkey, has been playing an especially prominent role in Syria since protests spread into a full blown civil war. Turkey has really become a meshed in Syria since the start of the our spring, the uprisings that took place in two thousand eleven across the Middle East it back. The Islamist. Movements that initially took to the streets and then took up arms. Nicholas Pelham is our Middle East correspondent. But as those fighters were false back towards its border, it's really stepped into try and protect its southern border, stop any more refugees coming into the country and to provide some sort of safe zone for the proteges, and it's also very nervous about the current state law that emotion the northeast of the country. It feels very threatened by the emergence of Kurdish power on the southern borders, and is it reasonable for Turkey to think that those Kurdish forces are really a threat historic? The have been links between the PK, the cuts down Workers Party, which has been waging a thirty five year a war for. Autonomy and separatism inside Turkey. Many of those fighters did flee sought refuge in Iraq and in Syria, and so Turkey is worried about what it sees very much kind of PKK influenced state emerging on its southern borders. So this year it's been launching pretty heavy attacks inside Iraq, it's been sending tanks across the border. It's established positions inside northern Iraq. It's been carrying out drone bombardments, such two hundred kilometers from its border in Saint, John More, Kurds all the way along its southern border inside Syria inside. Iraq see a new Turkish assault, which is pushing deep into their territory and not just unsettling. Kurdish aspirations for sovereignty in Iraq and Syria, and this is also unnerving Arab leaders as well. Who Turkey pushing deep into territory, which was part of the Turkish Republic predecessor. The Ottoman Empire, which ruled the Middle East centuries until its dissolution about a century ago, which is to say that Turkey is expanding its influence is doing this adventurism beyond Iraq and Syria all over the Middle East of the moment. There's a this year has seen the new intervention of the Turkish, Army. Libya. They came to the rescue of the besieged government of National Accord. In Tripoli, which has been fighting a civil war against a renegade general. Khalifa. After Turkish forces established at base on the borders of Tunisia, we're seeing it's frigates make a bid for control of looking coastline and even ward off French frigates. We're really seeing a substantive increase in Turkish. Power across the Middle East and it's not just happening in Liberia. It's happening in Gaza, which is an ally of Turkey. Turkish forces there have tried to help. Cut Break Its blockade by Saudi Arabia they're. A. Few hundred to a few thousand Turkish forces that are they're wasting more Turkish interested in Yemen civil war. We're seeing interest in a Sudanese port and actually Turkey's largest overseas basis in the point of Africa. So really this is a massive increase in Turkey spread across the middle, East and do you believe that the the the Ottoman history plays into that as a return to former glories? In some way? It's very much the in the rhetoric certainly saw Mr. Osman tropes at the at the height of the Arab spring wanted to appear to be the leader of the Muslim world. He was promoting his version of governance across the region hoping to clone the Turkish model across the Middle East. But since the collapse of Islamist movement since its as from power in Egypt and the retreat of many of its forces, he's really kind of played much more on Turkey's national interests. He's ally domestically with what had been his nationals opposition. He seems to be much more concerned on trying to maximize Turkey's economic claims in the. The Mediterranean this since much more about promoting Turkey's national interests than flying it systems colors. This is really an exercise in in hard power and trying to exploit the weakness of others, the retreat of Europe and America from the Middle East. The policies of many Arab governments, and try and push Turkey to fill what seems to be a vacuum of power across the Middle East, and so is that push to serve Turkey's national interests working is, is it benefiting from this from this expansionism? If you're trying to put together a balance sheet of profit balance sheet? Sheet Turkey has benefited from Khatri investment cutters, loans, and investments have helped prop up the Turkish lira. It may be that country's also hoping to fund part of its military costs in Libya Turkeys, keen to promote its companies when it comes to eventual reconstruction of war-torn Libya, which after all is energy rich state, and so long term, there may be benefits, his critics home highlight, the cost it's estimated that Turkish operations in Syria have cost anything up to about thirty billion dollars, and of course, there is a threat that you're going to see a major escalation. Escalation in the Middle East, which could embroil Turkey. It's not just Turkey is entering the middle, East enforce. It's also Russia. Many Arab states are trying to gain Russian support to push back Turkey, not just Syria Egypt the United Arab Emirates looking to Russian support in Libya, and Egypt is sending its tanks to the Libyan borders. The UN warned that the risk of a of a regional war focused on Libya and beyond that that risk was huge. So this is a massive gamble and it looks as if the stakes are going to be increasingly hyphen
‘High’ EEE Threat in Boston: Carver Bans Outdoor Activities From Dusk To Dawn
"Saturday. The town of Carver says it is banning all outdoor activities between dusk and dawn is comes after another batch of mosquitoes tested positive for Tripoli. The band includes all town playgrounds, beaches and athletic fields with schools and the town sport of health says the band will also include outdoor dining. Now the state tonight, raising the risk level for Tripoli in both Carver and Middleborough from moderate to high as they say more mosquito samples have tested positive. 10 of them in Carver this month have tested positive. Five collected on the 13th. The other five collected back on the 27th
West Nile Virus Detected In Boston Mosquitoes For First Time This Year
"That's 6 46 this just into the W B Z newsroom. BOSTON public health officials say. West Nile virus has been found in mosquitoes collected from Boston's Brighton neighborhood. This is the first time this year the virus has been found in the city's limits to mosquito samples from nearby Belmont tested positive last week for West Nile. So far, there have not been any reported cases of either West Nile virus, or Tripoli. Eastern equine encephalitis Inhumans here in Massachusetts. Now in 2019 there were no human cases of West Nile and Boston. But back in 2018 7 people in Boston were diagnosed with West Nile. So again from Boston Public Health tonight. West Nile
Another Public Health Hazard? Massachusetts Governor Warns of Early EEE Threat
"Are warning of an increased risk of Tripoli from mosquitoes is summer Last year, Massachusetts had 12 human cases. Six of those victims died. Governor Baker expects a high number this year as well. It's important to keep in mind the Tripoli outbreaks typically last two or three years. That means that we can expect the 2020 season to feature a high number of cases again else. Officials suggest limiting outdoor activities at dusk using bug spray and also if you have to be outside at night, put on some long sleeves and long pants, even if it's going to be a little hot. The
Little Green Jets
"We are going to discuss the situation in Libya so a few weeks ago, we had written about the one thousand Russian mercenaries that had arrived in country there, and the presence. Presence of unmarked MiG fighters, so I wanted to have Tony. Maybe you can set the stage for us. It's a very complicated battlespace that is emerging there with alliances that are very fluid, and what is really become a showcase or a testbed for a war of the future. So why don't you set up the security situation for us? And then we'll dig in and and talk about how the aircraft there are being used. Vive semis up. Pretty Fatty. That Jen. This harks back to the Arab spring, and the and the impact of that event across the Middle East and North Africa and also the fall of Colonel Gadhafi, and since then we've had this. On and off civil war, but now sort of developed into essentially two major sides who got the Libyan national? Army controlled by lethal halftime who made significant gains from his base in Benghazi sweeping across the country, and then we have the government of National Accord, which is a U N backed government which which? Controls Tripoli for a long time. Half ta basic swept across, took control of most of the oilfields on a much control of Libya, but then in recent months we've seen a resurgence of the genie's power, mainly, because it's backed by Turkish took a lot of effort into this campaign, and they've been fighting back, and we've seen sort of the GNA taking control of fields and towns across the area so particularly in the western half of the country the Libyan National Army Khalifa's army. has the backing of countries like the United. I M, Ritz Egypt and of course strain Russia, so it was sort of seeing this strange war. Complicated woman different sides. Some countries are undecided about which side to take. Which side is going to win. It's caught up in cobweb of mercenary groups and. Now introducing high levels of technology we're seeing. UAV's being used these Russian aircraft advance, Ground Base, defense systems, and also mercenary troops, being used in different ways and being bought in from different parts of of the Middle East to come and fight there. It's just it's become a little bit like Syria, but not quite the haphazard situation that has developed the. Brandon. Where is the US in this equation? A good question. It's The the best answer right now is that it's complicated. ostensibly the US does support the GNA because that is the internationally recognized UN backed. Government but It's important to remember that general huff. Tar is a creature of the United States in a sense He did spend eighteen years here in northern Virginia It said that he was working with the federal government for most of that time, if not all of that time and improving their understanding of events in North Africa during the latter years of the Gadhafi regime. So you know there have been a formal discussions between president. President, trump and half tar. They've actually spoken to one another there has there has been some limited at least diplomatic cooperation, but the US has stopped short of endorsing the as legitimate governments over the DNA so one more way Tony kind of had alluded to it a to it already one more way in which this is at all levels diplomatic, military, strategic, a very very fluid, dynamic, strange, complicated situation. That's unfolding there in Libya. Let's talk a little bit about the MiGs. We started to see satellite imagery of Russian aircraft landing on an airbase Dan. Can you bring us up to speed and give some detail about how they arrived in what happened to them after they came in? Yeah, so this is a the great. The great mystery of the conflict right now so in mid May satellite imagery showed that a MiG twenty nine had appeared at L. Giuffra. Airbase in central Libya and anyone that has access to the Internet can quickly find out. That Libya doesn't have MiG twenty nine fulcrum. So, where did this come from remarkably? Remarkably there had been some which essentially called rent a rumor intelligence, and the previous day's out MiG twenty nine, transiting from Russia to Syria, and then they just of stopped, and then a couple of days later. Oh, there it is! There's the MiG twenty nine in Libya and so people have been trying to piece I back, you know. Where did these come from? Who supplied them? And eventually on Africans in the US confirmed that they were rushing that they came from Russia, they flew through Iran and Syria and onwards syllabi. They went it. Was You know they say fourteen MiG twenty nine s you twenty fours. The mixture that is up for debate. There's been at least six twenty nine seen in Syria at the same time there was allegedly transiting. Their markings are painted over so these. Are you know I'm I'm going to be the first one to steal fray. Sorry guys the. Little Green jets. I got there first. So these. Are you know? Plausible deniability, whose are they really you know the most likely operated by Russians some people say that they're Belarusian. But they're almost certainly not. Unless secret training program kicks a long time to train foale. Gen fighter. These are not pilots in there. Almost certainly not Arab pilots in general. They were meant to tip the balance, but we haven't really seen them in action much so far. So what have you seen with them? Since and I understand, there are also some issue twenty fours in the region. Yeah so Brennan and I were talking about this. There's only been one confirmed action. They were used they hit a GNA convoy. Just recently that was transiting. Run the Oil Crescent, but mostly they seem to be kind of flying over top of their their bases, and they're just being held in reserve, almost a most satellite imagery of a Alqadi. That has the twenty fours in shelters. They haven't left. They arrived. They went into the shelters and everytime. Imagery passes over there, so they're not seeing not gone flying mission they just it was like a morale boost, and then they've stopped because I'm assuming losing one of the so soon into the conflict would probably be a PR move than when they arrived.
AAA: New research shows crash-involved drivers admit to risky driving behaviors
"With with with fewer fewer fewer cars cars cars on on on the roads during the worst of the pandemic some drivers have taken the testing just how fast they could go by their own admission drivers have also been doing other things they know that they shouldn't many of us have seen it for ourselves in the last few months drivers putting the pedal to the metal on area roads but excessive speeding is only part of what's happening a new Tripoli foundation for traffic safety survey finds drivers admitting to other risky behaviors while they perceive distracted driving is dangerous fifty percent of those involved in a recent crash say they've talked on a hand held device while driving and forty three percent say they've been texting while driving and nearly as many of bits or running a red light among all drivers surveyed sixty three percent say while they know what's wrong they have recently been distracted tired aggressive or impaired behind the wheel
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"The Valley Valley village brother. All your hop skip Lynch. I love it man why I moved from Hollywood. I told my wife. Don't expect me to keeping up here. Among the first two nights I couldn't because we're so quiet it was like completely different than I'm used to the noise and the yelling and screaming in Hollywood all night. I lived right there on schrader. You know. That's what was dead was cracked then. Yeah I moved in and the quantity was selling crack ninety eight. That was on crack. All the streets by the Mann's Chinese theatre or you have to do is walk. That's orange. Yeah so you have to do is walk the Selma Yeah Dude. Selma if you just walked off Hollywood boulevard by the by the match. Chinese need a walk down a block. They'd be three guys this crap. I smoked crack with that guy that silver robot guy. I smoke wreck do the whole time. You smoke crack all your things like fucking smoking crack smoking Ronald we can have a pipe commit I commit. I did not commit at started because as the drive on that street and I would see those streets scan. He blacked out there tonight. Finally one night I said. Well what's up? He goes what's up. What's up what's up. I don't know what's up. You hold in what he got. Twenty two twenty home with me. I remember like this now naive. I was to crack. Cut it and I smell in my happen. It's not like cheese and I told my friend. The next day I wanNA with only was not cope. That's crack stupid so I really saw one over again the next day and bought some more on this time when brought a gamble while they actually said. What's that smell like? I got this new Manila. We'll have to smoke the reefer the crack the same time so. I smoke record my six weeks. Oh Man. Six weeks hours hooked line and sinker. I would go home. Get a can of coke and did dry it out with blow dry and then make a little holds us as cracked out. You know the crack dealer hate nastier Dude crack dealers hate when you discover math. That's what somebody told me. I I go to these meetings all these middle like dude cracker hates meth dealer dude crack until I ran out of it and Paso I went to El Paso for a week and there was an. I couldn't get greg only the real stuff. Yeah God it was everywhere. We'll stuff is everywhere but nobody was cracking up nine crack up with a microwave oven. I know exactly how that might crack it up. Really three fingers of Water Coffee Cup of Coffee Cup. Three fingers a water. A gramme powder to what are you? Just pour the powder right in right in you Paul Baking Soda and I to to Bacon Soda and then a grandma powder put in the microwave oven for twenty seconds. Take it out you poor upside down. I'll get a black CACTUS. You cut love you take those little cut them up and you take a number and you rolled in the number Dube. Aw You take that you put it in your cigarette. He's put it around outside. You end up like that black dude got beat up New York. What did I do I do you see that video? The Poor Black Guy. A couple of weeks ago got beat soon number. The cops came and they asked him what detective album awesome. Yeah Yeah yes. He cop caused flying by awesome. Poor Black Guy. He didn't do. None had eight cops on top of that Guy. Beat ended up getting beat up. Yeah but what did he actually do? Smoke the joint and New York unbelievable album like he was a gangster. He killed eight kids. You took the guy killed kids. The cops ran up down like when we study. Who raised these cards? I've I've had calms my family. Dude just like cops in my family also but there's a limit. Yeah it's common sense dude. I walked Pashtu and I smoked pot. I'm looking keep walking. I might the cop in the town a more out with the machine guns and the cops that construction site and you've seen him and he just turned this la. I didn't see nothing. That's his mind. Your yeah it's marijuana whether it's legal. It's not legal. Look at your look at your job description. See if you have time I was Hollywood. What now the Dow Jones Pizza went to Joe's pizza on the way home. I Love Joe's pizza. I do. I was at pizza. They show me picture view. You were just there. And then we went. We got pizza to this last week. Yeah do this yeah. I got the gram. It's the best pizza dude. Got At twelve o'clock when you leave in the store that I live. That's my Tuesday. Yeah that's my Tuesday. All Day I get up Tuesday morning and box. I love it do so I cross McGaw brother shoutout to the Jews dude. I do that. Ju- fighting dog. I could I go to. I go boxing class on Tuesdays. That's why Tuesday's my longest day starts at nine. Podcast in the afternoon by Casper earned four then shows on a Tuesday. Oh my I gotTA listen to podcasts. Up just keep land. We keep ourselves so she gets that thing but you good now. You really good. She's goal pages. It's three pages every week. It's a different animal couple of weeks ago. We didn't experiment with oxygen. We do cool man. I give it ten bucks a week. She gets forty a month out. Pockets half more than half. The People Making has put twenty in the bank and keep twenty. There's great dude today. Yesterday she went to the book farm and she bought her own books or whatever she bought around books and then she had six bucks left my wife as one by anymore. They know Cascais this cash. You WANNA buy book. We could teach without really yes. But it's it's really weird when you have a child and youth and people don't really get it you know people would just call like what can we do lunch because all too we don't do we do like on the move is. I'M GONNA moving. I gotta go over that. I'll eat over that if I had time and I remember the call you when I'm moving out of time. Who has time for lunch time to meet you in Burbank for State for lunch? I don't know what Tom Baby Hungry. I E lunch when it's to yeah. I haven't eaten lunch today. I eat breakfast. I haven't watched it. Well it's according to me when you haven't got a chance if you WanNa meet me for breakfast and you'll have an envelope of Byzantine below. Yeah this is a plan to make money. I'll meet you. You gotTa bring some which it you can't just leave at home. No meeting and I'll take my day starts at nine thirty and I got a right now. I gotta put our goal so someone I gotTa right you figure four days. I gotTa do an hour some type of work. I gotta cry. Oh does not so you. I mean you're talking writing jokes and like that you sit down right. Yeah go to coffee. Shop were computer. I Dunno book some right in the one man show looking at the book and I'm writing job at the same time you know what I'm saying. Yeah and then. I have a section for jokes and I clean them up. Cleaned the map with this with this. You don't have to. I have to pockets of material right now and I just borrowed jokes from Mitchell. It's two hours and I just got the mangled jokes every night. I don't have a special. You know my do so. I got to see the out pretty soon. That's now make sure special. Shoot your own special mode and for what for what. What is the value of special? Yeah I do that. I've been thinking about that to others the value of a special. We've kind of gotten into this arms race thing. Yeah we've gotten out of control. It's to the point where you can't wait to shoot a special. You know what you're not prepared that you special okay. It's like every two years two and a half years distant of these people doing doing it and I wish him well. I'm happy I might just pull half an hour dude. Put out a twenty minute do. There's nothing dude. Richard Pryor put out half an hour's I love Rogan but I think he's got a saw in his arms race because he works at a different level man and like my friend Sam Morale. He just put out a special on comedy central. Nobody he couldn't get any offers comedy central put out for him. A million views a million people watch. God bless that man do but he techs. Congratulations I know. I'm just worried about next. I'm worried about the next dude. Enjoy this victory brother. That's what the poem we have gotten out with comedy dude. It's just as ours. I gotTa tell you something honest to God. I'm happy that this is going on this pandemonium. Sorry that some people have to lose their lives. Yeah you know. I'm going to have to fly a risk it. I'm an old guy after preexisting conditions. You know I smoked. Glass thirty is yeah to it today. But something new. Stop this thing. Slow it down. Enjoy slow it down enjoy somewhere. We lost what this was all about somewhere. We're out loss. We really did lose. We'RE OUT WAS DUDE DUDE. If I want to. I got an a comment again comedy so I didn't do nine five. Nobody told me I was going to twenty four seven read brother. I'm done. He knows I've been done for bus six months..
"tripoli" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Go to Ziprecruiter DOT com slash church. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash church. Kick this meal. The Church wants to welcome Sam Tripoli honor and a privilege was I love you very much. I love both you guys very much. Thank you so much for having me on do. The love is in the end. Yeah it is a Lysol Cam so somebody said if you read these ingredients man you could find corona virus in there. Do you know that? Did you like on the on the Lysol? It's did I'm telling you I know you're going to think of a crazy person brother filed. There's way more to this than anybody even understands. And I think it's way deeper than just everybody. I mean I'm being honest with you man. I think there's another play at work. And that's my opinion. Is the other play. I think that the Chinese government and Neil Liberals are trying to tank the US economy so that they can get rid of Donald trump out of office and that. There's just a lot of stuff about this. That doesn't make any sense and is just some weird stuff and they're trying to get everybody to stop going the work stop. I mean like you know. They're always saying like Oh Wall Street. Dude are the economy's in trouble Wall Street. Yeah because they stopped production in China. And that's what they're trying to do because trump's been in in this trade war with China right now and China's pissed they're not happy about trump is trying to move all the industry over the India India and China. Don't get along so there's this whole thing that's going on and I'm telling you dude it's not that the corona virus doesn't exist. Nobody's saying that exists is just a little bit stronger than the common cold. That's my honest opinion. I've been studying this stuff. And that's what I'm telling you but that's a different podcast. I don't WanNa get too weird weird people out. But that's God's honest truth man is the funny thing you conspiracy theory this. I'm not a conspiracy theorist but I saw something repeated this on this podcast that I saw something with my own eyes. I'm not crazy saying you're not crazy. I got problems. I got problems like everybody else but I'm not crazy. I'm a little high alert. The most people more pete the dude who are I am? I alert drama and stuff like that but I'm not crazy. This was I this. I got the first case that we got diagnosed with was January thing. I had to travel the twenty four. The some particular reason even ask myself that Sunday when I was coming back from Atlanta I said to myself is this me. Them More Asians than usual today at the APP that Friday. When I left there was a lot of Asian. Yeah but that Sunday in Atalanta when I was coming to La it was like watching a movie tripping on acid. Everybody's seemed Asian. I'm not putting anybody down. I'm not making a racist remark. This telling you what I saw. I'm coming back boy. That was a heavy Asian plane you know whereas it from Atlanta interesting worlds a hub. Isn't it okay? So the hot whatever it is it just seems like an overwhelming amount of Asians to everybody else who was traveling and I get back and talking about staying and then it blows up. I'm like everybody else. That was mosquitoes remember two years ago. Mosquitos ARE GONNA kill you. And then you bola thing was gonNA kill you all every electoral all. This is the type of people you know. We're used to but this was something that it seemed like. It's like when somebody puts a well. You bomb your apartment. Yeah you a bomb your appointment and you come back and you go okay no roaches and often two days later the guy next door knocks on your donation. Is it me have you. Seen an unusual amount of roaches oh shit roaches went into his apartment. You know what I'm saying like. Oh my God by putting that bomb out the guy next door and laid next door knocks on your door. Today's visit me or my Seymour roaches. I'm free I ain't gotTA bugging. There's one he's laying on the upside down his legs moving. That's it that I saw that and I came back and I'm not you know I'm not I'm not doing drugs. I'm not drinking. I'm not I mean taking whatever I fly but I saw a lot more than what I thought so in my world. If I was to hear this I can actually raise my hands. I'll be honest. The Week of the twenty fifth was an unusual high amount of Asians traveling. That weekend I trying to get out. I knew some that we know they will walk in with the head. Look Down Fast Rolling. Those fucking car was in things and I was like okay. Now I'm seeing all this shed the cancellations you know south by South West would affect thought you know and and this is like this going to be all the march dude. It's GONNA be interesting. How long this goes and I told you. I went to the comedy store. This era mellow show again. No reasonable idea. We Bulb regulars for twenty fucking years. Yeah past the kitchen ice unless I walked into the main room I smelt it. My fuck in spider got up. I made that turn into the main room. It was heavy down the hallway heavy behind the stage. It was heavy when I opened up the Green Moon. That was too many people in the fucking rain. Rain Room I walked out. I was like flopped. This place. I sat behind the the by the clone of where the doors but we get one. I sat there the rest of Iran out of that mainly and it's like people not respecting it out. Well that's a big thing I have to do with my show. Now there's too many people hanging out and like I'm very much into like when I first moved here man like I remember being at this one comedy club and I'm not going to say the name the comet to the managers but they were all sitting there. I could tell that the value of my opinion was totally weighed by what my I'd IMDB credit was you know so we've always been very very like Cautious on how like how I treat younger comics. I always want show them respect. Because you know you never know where they're going to go and I remember. I was when I was like sure I was going to be this really big name comic and like I felt like I was getting disrespect so I always show love man because at the end of the day there are people with a dream and people don't realize you're laying a lot of shit on the line to come out here and sometimes you don't realize until it's too late and it's almost too late to start something else so you're kinda trying to figure out what to do next so. I always show people up but the point is is that it's gotten too busy back there. I have to let the comics going into show chill and not because everybody wants because the comedy store dog is like nothing you've ever seen before there's no other place in the world like you can't go to the vibe room the whiskey and hang out with tool right or hang out with led. Zeppelin or hang out with any big the comedy store. The fucking savages are everywhere. All your heroes are just walking down the hall so it's a very unique place and but sometimes people they you know. They don't have any of that social etiquette and they're not self aware and they're just running the back in a row and we'll talk to as well it's like they're working dude. You gotta give them their space to get work and so. I totally understand what you were talking about for my show. Personally comedy I'm going to start really shutting down who can go back stage so the comics a moment of peace. And we'll know I wasn't mad about that. I was just saying that there was a lot of people back there. There was a lot of people after and with this virus. Yeah nobody fucking knows. There's no ventilation in that back. Let's it's old school. There's not a window back there so you go back there. You're breathing. Whatever the elses breathing we APP right and that this is a six distance so I just played it for what it was atlas. I'm not fucking die. I'M GONNA fucking die from whatever I just want you to be cautious making great fucking decision. Just saw thing on facebook. Did you see it about the Strip club? Mcvay walk in just like hand sanitizer. They went on worth hundreds of thousands of sanitizer money. You can't touch to check now you can't you have to. How funny of that Dude you believe. They're an epidemic of people are still getting lap dances and they're like pearling their hands and shit. There's no I want you to sit on my face on my face lab. Dancy what am I ten. What am I fourteen. GotTa sit in my face weirdest thing. Is it just bro? This is GonNa shut down the stuff I I sure you know They put something out that. Nba Games might have to be played with no audience. He didn't WanNA play with with a crowd but the crowd other it's interesting. Nba Shady Shit though. They got that they're all in that Chinese money and shit that affected their radio. That was crazy defected their ratings dude. They got shut out China for a while that affected their ratings man when Lebron was like hey mom your Yo know what's going on over there. Where like what? You're the guy is telling US I can't breathe and every social thing you're putting your fucking your nose into and now all of a sudden you're like leave the Chinese do. There's a million Muslims in concentration camps in China and nobody gives a fuck right. It's so weird dude. China shady ship. Muslims concentrate. They just locked him down there on lockdown to they put them in these camps man these camps man. It's really sad and it's really scary to and nobody saying everything anything because it's Muslims People Alga. It's like dude there people man it's like they got locked dude some. GonNa Listen Man You know a lot of this corona virus hit in places where there were like riots going on Hong Kong this part of Italy. That's right next to France where all these people were all writing right. Nobody's riding anymore. Hong Kong's been shut down and then on top of that Google's helped created Chinese social credit scores. Which is basically dude they calculate what kind of human being you aren't if you're credits to low you can't get on flights. You can't get on buses. You can't do all this stuff now. There's another getting you do get in your house and they're locking people. It's like really scary. Shit Dude it's like some purge stuff going on over there and that's why I think China's trying to play game with us do down like that trump's trying to like even tariffs. I didn't even know there was that kind of tariffs man but not to get too serious. But I think there's a lot more to this when Bill Gates is like Babe Ruth calling out his epidemics like sixty six six hundred million people debtor six million people dead and he's pointing it and he's been talking about it forever. He just happens to own the virus. You know that you know. Bill Gates has the patent on the corona virus a virus he owns the patent on it. So basically the patent is that. If anybody comes up you get a percentage of the vaccine. But he owns it and the guy who's been talking about a fucking epidemic. Common Dude is the guy who happens just own now. Dude you radiate weird dude at me if you take the heat if you take the actual name of the virus. It's not corona virus. It's something else and you do. A Hebrew translation of that word. That word is Kobe. Now here's where IT GETS WEIRD DUDE. Kobe's body in this like Lighthouse for Lifeguard Company owns.
"tripoli" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I used to joke about ghost. Fuck the joke. I was always working on but never really worked. Well 'cause I guess you didn't have to know a lot about not a lot goes but as I watching ghost adventures of Friends of mine go sir so progressive you died in the eighteen. Hundreds how come they're like goodwill you gave it to your foolish didn't listen to the constantly varying Benjamin Franklin. What is your own electric charging exist? You owe their up. Why woman she's going to work. You know I feel safe if you could see it. It's unlocked really heaving over here leading carry a briefcase. Merry Christmas everybody. It's something's burning Christmas edition and with me today. Sam Tripoli Gareth Reynolds the dollop naughty show Impo vimpel endeavor. Go really that SAM. I've known Sam Sam is one of the first people I ever met. Nah that's terrible. No Dude I'm not even fucking around when I say this taught me the greatest lesson I've carried with me to this day. The served me better than anything I learned in this Business Sam came out. We were doing the national champions thing me you burns. Tests Remember Tech. Yeah Brian Holzmann will. I think he was later ones. I didn't know anyone. You know how you get little. I was like a more of a New York comic and I got like defensive and kind of not talking to anyone in Tripoli just walks up and he goes. Do you know me and my buddy love that. You'll have about touching faces. Are You doing that tonight? And I was like what he did. You fucking super hilarious. Like I'm saying all. He was as friendly and I went ozzy. You don't have to be standoffish judgy. You can be a nice person. Yeah and I was like yeah. I'm doing it. He's like it's great. Oh Hey hope you like my sutton and I'll talk to you later. We'll keep up and I was like who the fuck is this. He's being nice to me and so I had. We had a very talkative known SAM. Ever since I met already that way saw oriented kind of knew who was by. No he was and I thought in my head I was like Tripoli did this to me yeah. I'm going to see if it works. She's like a joke about touching the COP's face. I am doing that tonight. At the Amazing Racist. I think you're fucking hilarious Williamsburg. Who's like you are guys coming out to each other? Steam Room. We we. We are toddlers. Liked him well? We can be competitive. You know slingers and we want to be the fastest gun to this day. I swear to God the line I had a the line. I wish I had my act. The line that killed me the most was she goes up for a rebound and bell to to this day. I I think that bit to me. Can you do that for me? Why did the joke on the late show with Craig? Kilborn remember that. I'll watch a great show. I Love Creek. He's still doing. The big goes both about how at some point. If you miss those shots. Black Guy stopped passing. You the ball girl. She's really good. Yeah I did that. Bear on the late show. Can you come back next week by literally? Use Clean Material had arrived and he got fired after that. Very interesting about being nice people. That's how I met Tom. Sikora 'cause Tom and I were in the same. Improv troupe was so great job. Tom Already done. It reminds me of someone. I knew that. I'm trying to make eggnog guys. We're GONNA make tonight so I want to hear the rest of the story about the girl but my own Reza. Lucca waffles. Eggnog are you a vegetarian. Yeah really drink. Shut out of this. Eggnog nobre uses. Eggs is their final into your rules. Yes I'll I'll drink any meat. I won't eat anything but I will drink enemy. That's the job we're making actual eggnog. I'll take a Hammond Jen. If sex doesn't this doesn't need a cocktail. No I'm good for now I'll just I didn't know this is how you make dog. I would not putting it in writing. Yeah you really. That's what I'm saying. Why you scramble the eggs of known good really good. Okay here we go. We the eggs we whisk egg. You guys celebrate do it. Yeah Yeah we whiskey. Merry Christmas Sammy. Gora can totally the rest of the. We know that you're strong. Risk which oppressiveness Bro. Put those egg yolks so is a this. Is the baby better. We want your murderer dude. Hey ordering children hymie birds now now. I'm like planned parenthood. Gareth compliment things in that. The dollar was the first podcast that are turned off. You gotTA COMPLIMENT. I thank you. That's the first one I turned off I was like I don't like this morning. Radio that's Alabama. Oh assessed with the lashes murderer. Shut up Sam with making this weird I mean look it's You got some in there. We'd do is super fine. You got enough other stuff milk in it. You know what? I don't appreciate an armchair eggos separate heavy whipping cream. Every what have you what he'll be. Green. Sam Give you the same way to. Smu US all righty. He'll give you look at that. You're impressed hell. Three ladies. Sugar is their whole world of whipping cream. Everything about that. There are people who just S- conventions dedicated to whipping sat right. You ever thought about a like a sobriety dedicated to people who understand the texture of whipping cream. Now let me ask you this. I got a little weird spot in. Let's knock good. Oh well no because I'm trying to get this weird spot. Outta here you know. There's a little bit every now and then like one out of six. You get like a little lake as form to know should actually have not sure how many of putting well no. That'd be the first miss so okay. I got two left. I'm GonNa need another Egbert where they say. Break a few eggs to make it. Eggnog or some shit. You gotta break some eggs to make an omelet something like that. When did you? When's the first time you did this? What this morning. Anticipation what did you? What did you lose one in there? I lost we lost one. Let's see spot doesn't flawless? Which what's your deal. Are you pitting US Against Each Other? Wow Sam so do you think would win in a fight? My favorite murder wisc these in. Here's my whisker. Get it saying what was your. What was your cigar? Story is a good okay. Good I got him in. Dance occurs. Eat Pie well. Yeah Oh my God woman to help me fix my life and my career. The SAM show. The naughty show is the first podcast that I ever did. Remember where we met. We met We met I saw you at the comedy store one night when I was there with burn. Yeah and then I facebooked you and I was like yes. Roseburg throws the comedy store. And I saw Sam and I just I just messaged him. I was like dude. You fucking hilarious. And he was like dude. I love that cop touching the face you do and I was like this before but I thought it was a bond and then doing raw egg Oliver. That's good though you're supposed to. It's good and then I saw you at the audition for Burns show where we neither of. Us got it. I'm still waiting to hear okay. We tried for the same role. Maybe one score. Oh Yeah. He's a ringer. But then remember I saw you in a weird commercial. Shoot where they were like. Hey we're behind schedule. We don't need you guys for ten hours and we both went and slept car and we'd meet up every fifteen minutes to be like. This is bullshit. I did like the first Internet. Ads was for like sprite. It was for Sierra mist. Sierra which is like poor people right they serve on Delta. When I don't drink it's all I drink syrup leaves. You've had four fucking with you. I don't mean like I said.
"tripoli" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hey guys brand new. Something's burning the boy. World tour is on tour right now. I think right now. I'm in Boston then. Headed to foxwoods and then going to Portland Maine next week. Wilksbury Schenectady New York at the beacon to shows Washington DC. Dr Constitutional Two shows there This is the uncut audio for my Cooking show something's burning if you don't know that already I appreciate that so many guys. Listen this I checked the numbers for the first time and I was like wow. I can't believe this. May People Listen To. This may give it its own. Rss Feed et which means a different channel and then start doing advertising on it. You're right now you're going Hebert. Just get through this region and start the fucking show call. Today's episode is with Sam. Tripoli Gareth Reynolds Gareth is one half of the very successful podcast. The dollop which will be on an episode of in. I think like three weeks Sam Tripoli has the tin foil hat podcast. I'm no Sam Tripoli since of when I'm since I moved to Los Angeles who is one of the first people that showed me very important lesson that I've carried with me based on Sam Tripoli. And that is. You don't have to be bitter and Jealous. You can just be nice. We were doing a show together. And Sam Tripoli said to me. I'm sure I talked about this in the podcast. He said Hey Man I think you're hilarious. Are you going to do that? Cop Joke were you touch their faces and I was like. Yeah Yeah I am and he was like dude. It's such a great joke. I love it. Man. I can't wait to see it and I was like okay and then in my head for a second owns like I wonder if this guy is funny. He went on and ripped the Mike beyond what I was capable of. He had a joke about playing basketball at the YMCA with women. That I'm saying had me crying? Fucking laughing crying laughing. Gareth to later through all things comedy like. I said one. Half of the Dow dollop one of the funniest. If you listen to develop you know his one of the funniest fucking quickest most brilliant dudes around. He also had a show on the travel channel. That I don't know if anyone knows this Was called it was garrison. Gareth in someone travel the world and it was so much better than any of the shows. I had done that. All I hoped was that it would get picked up and they would tons more episodes that macho that my shows could get better Anyway Without Further Ado Ladies and gentlemen. Something's Burning Uncut Sam Tripoli Gareth Reynolds..
"tripoli" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Clear that wildfires like those that have ravaged Australia recently or exacerbated by climate change hot weather and drought make fires more likely to happen and more devastating when they do and alongside the danger to wildlife homes and human lives. Some of Australia's cultural cultural history is also at risk earlier this month for the first time the National Gallery in Canberra at closed due to smoke saying that it endangered the public the staff and even the art works and selves. Now around the world museums are working out how to protect their own irreplaceable artifacts from a changing environment because of climate change rising sea levels frequent while advise and storms off a lot of the world's greatest and most precious this offense at risk ritual dobbs reports for the economist said the lose flooded in July two thousand seventeen which damaged a very very well-known painting. Ironically not go the full seasons the feet together in Florence such close during a heat wave during the biennial in Venice last year. There's very heavy flooding which meant that. Some of the expedition's had to be closed down in volunteers had to salvage affects various places so as these weather events and disasters become more extreme. I'm more frequent. These objects are increasing risk. But as you say other Infrastructure is at risk coming. What can museum ziems specifically do to protect what they're supposed to protect so museums are actually ahead of the game in this respect and how good for a long time because they have always had you think so Catholic about how to look after the objects that are in that CAF international organizations which have been running for a while help museums capacity for disasters guides them in what they should do? That is the organization Blue Shield which is describes the cultural equivalent of the Red Cross sign often often a disaster they would come in and help institutions remove that ultra facts restore them that kind of thing but they also help with the replanning for those kinds of evacuations making sure the museum's collections know today. There's also the International Council of Museums. which is the the body that kind of overseas and helps with all aspects of Kotal heritage preservation and they very recently in November established a committee four for disaster resilient museums so the aim of that committee is teaching museums how they can make themselves but protected to disasters to such as floods all bald size and so in that sense there are already museums out there that have have made? The changes have prepared themselves for what seems now inevitable. Yes there are definitely museums. The have prepared incredibly well. Four the impact of climate change wipe bring particularly because they've got a lot news news. So example is the Getty Center in Los Angeles which because there have been years of wildfires in California. But they won't incredibly hard tomake the Getty Center essentially fireproof so the wolves are all made from limestone and cement steel. The rooftops are all of crushed stone. In which is not flammable. The works are housed within sort of self contained watchos. It's like a building within a building and have air systems which will keep smoke back out to smoke is one of the things that could be damaging to walk and not fats so if there is a wildfire raging they just completely shut it down succulent the themselves and make sure that nothing gets gets damaged. The extent to which getty is now. Five roof is so strong that that social media people released a blog saying why getty is the safest place in California Nya during a fire during the wildfires. This also the Whitney Museum of American art which is in New York offer Hurricane Sandy which is in two thousand twelve of which was actually the time at which the Whitney was being built. The museum decided that Take the risk of flooding credibly seriously. It sits on the banks of the Hudson River which does make it particularly vulnerable. And so it's been built. Essentially a fortress to withstand several meters funder. That is a seven thousand kilogram flood door which was designed by the engineers who make the patches on US Navy warships which can withstand a storm bashing up against and also also any of the things that still might throat such as a truck that is floating down a high-speed I mean that's that's all well and good for big and established and well Oh endowed museums. But that's not museums. No it's not aunt whilst these museums are doing a fantastic job. That is a real worry that the implementation of this kind of disaster planning will be on even because the institutions that have less money. Find it much harder to put up. These kind of defenses are also also obviously coach institutions. Uh spread out of the large areas. Such is the biennial in Venice. It will be very hard to protect all of that from something the flooding and yet there's a worry that small poll institutions and coach will be disproportionately damaged which is both ironic and already Saad because often those are the places that have the heritage of poorer or indigenous communities who themselves more risk of exchange. Rachel thank you very much for your time..
"tripoli" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Yesterday Germany hosted an international conference aimed at bringing peace and stability to Libya for actors said they would again respect an arms embargo after nine months of intense fighting. The summit failed to secure a lasting ceasefire the conflict in Libya has festered. Ever since Moammar Gaddafi was toppled in two thousand eleven margin. McShane is are Middle East editor today on one inside you have the. UN backed government in Tripoli on the other you have Khalifa Dr a renegade commander who controls much of the east and south of the country and many of the country's oilfields oilfields in reality. Both sides are really just collections of militias and both draw heavily on foreign support. The Tripoli government is backed by Turkey. I'm and half doors backed by Egypt. The and Russia and as things stand on the ground heft ours. Forces are knocking on the doors of Tripoli but they have been since April and the frontlines aren't really moving that much. So that was a situation on the ground lenient to these talks in Berlin. It's a standoff. That has again drawn the attention of western Western powers who had taken a step back from the turmoil but the diplomacy in Berlin didn't go as far as it could have. The sides did not agree to a ceasefire. And that's a big deal but the foreign powers that back each side did agree to stop arming the combatants which is to say. They've agreed to stop ignoring a decades old arms embargo put in place by by the UN and that is meant to start the longer negotiation over a peace deal and will that work. Well that actually get closer to peace. T think it's the most helpful whole thing to happen in Libya in some time and yet I'm not very hopeful at all. Each side has just too much at stake. Here start with the foreign powers. You'll get Vladimir Putin. He's trying to build on. His success in. Syria extends influence in the eastern Mediterranean. And he thinks by backing Khalifa Abdur. That's the best way to do it now. Turkey on the other side has has even more on the line. Which is why it sent troops to Tripoli this month before all the chaos Turkish construction companies were heavily involved in Libya to the tune of something like twenty billion dollars dollars it would undoubtedly play a big role in rebuilding where peace ever to break out in Libya and signed a maritime border deal in November with the government in Tripoli that gives Turkey a decisive Zeiss of say in gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean? Now these construction contracts that border deal these are things that get ripped up if half hour winds so Turkey. Rickie has a lot on the line and backing the government in Tripoli and let me just say word about half Dr here because he is the definition of a spoiler. I mean he's the reason why so you don't have much hope for Libya he's completely uncompromising believes Libya needs a strong man and of course that it should be him. He walked out of a conference in Moscow. The other week and we we said to be acting in the same usual stubborn way in Berlin he did not meet with fires. All Suraj the Prime Minister of the government in Tripoli and on Sunday his forces closed down to big oilfields in the southwest of the country. That was an attempt to show what kind of leverage he still holds over the government in Tripoli and so why has this come to a head now I mean dental half stars moves have been going on for some time and now it looks like there is this grand. International push for reconciliation think European countries have gotten more involved volved now because they see things getting out of control and they really want to stop that from happening and they want to do that because it's in their own interests to keep the conflict from really spiraling their. The biggest concern is really migrants and Libya had become a jumping off point for African migrants heading across the Mediterranean to Europe and there has been a downturn in the flow since two thousand seventeen nineteen when we got more involved and I think now they don't WanNa see another uptake and that's why you're seeing more action from France Italy and Germany also like Turkey. France and Italy have big energy interests in Libya and until now that has actually put them sooner on opposite sides of the conflict but recently they seem to be singing more more from the same hymn book and I think it's also for Germany and for Europe a test case of whether they can take a leading role in world diplomacy. And so. That's that's what the Berlin talks are all about you also saw at these talks. The European Union's foreign policy chief even hinted that you're might be willing to put troops on the ground if they're able to negotiate a peace deal and what about the Libyan people themselves which they make of all this jockeying for power and the international interest I mean Libyan. They really just want the fighting to stop. That was the main sense I got when I was in Tripoli last year people are just tired of a decade of chaos and instability. But they also see weakness in Tripoli government I mean fires Al Sir Ause the Prime Minister he is hostage to the militias. Who are supporting him? He doesn't have any real power and so many seem resigned to the idea that Libya I can only be ruled by a strong man and they're not so much rooting for Khalifa. Dr They just wanted to be over and think that will eventually come out on top. And what about the prospect aspect of Mr Half dark coming out on top as you say he's entirely uncompromising and seems to be the spoiler for multiple sets of talks here. How does this play out? If he's just simply not going to play the game. I mean you see this sort of grinding siege of Tripoli and I don't think he consider win this war on his own. He's been at the Tripoli since April so he needs foreign helped it all comes down to whether sort of Russia continues backing him and sort of how involved Turkey actually gets on the side of the UN back government in Tripoli if if the foreign powers cheap to the agreement reached in Berlin. Then you could see an end to this quite quickly. I don't foresee that happening. I think this war is going to go on on for some time yet and I think the foreign powers are going to get more involved from here after. Perhaps a momentary lull on the back of the Berlin Conference. Roger Thank you very much for joining us. My pleasure Every twenty five seconds. Someone is on the world's roads annually. That's over one point. Two million people more than are killed by malaria. HIV and AIDS. That's striking total has hardly moved since the turn of the century. But it disguises. A lot of change both for better and for worse in individual countries seems to be a sort of relationship between development on road. Death Joel Bud. Is Our social policy editor. He's been to Thailand to meet some of those who bear the personal cost of these tragedies. Thailand has more or less the highest road death rate of any country with half decent statistics. There's a lot of driving in Thailand. It's naught shameful to go to a bar and have three or four days and then get behind the wheel of a car or gets on your motor by lots of people. Don't wear helmets. Comments on the roads are very smooth and as a result you can go along them pretty quickly. As part of my reporting for US I I. I went to Bangkok and one of the people I went to see. Was the mother of a goal cold. I type out Santos. Aaron who about a year ago was crossing crossing the road near her school when she was hit by a motorbike rider and a few days later she died of her injuries. And you say in Thailand. That is not an uncommon story. No not at all so. The girl's mother teaches in a small private school and when I went to see her they had just come back from holidays holidays and she said that a child had turned up on on the very first day with a with a serious head injury and she asked this boy. How did you get out? And he said Oh. I was in a road accident on one of her fellow. Teachers didn't turn up at all and this was because She had been walking along the side of the road when she was hit by motorbike and was knocked down and she injured her shoulder and.
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"tripoli" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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"tripoli" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Tinfoil hat with sam tripoli when did you start that what the version of it now sorted last march yeah and as it going i mean like for me it's doing great numbers you know what's wrong with what's the angle yeah what happened what are you go wrong why are we down fifty thousand but it's i just enjoy i've always been into do you know when i started believe in conspiracies i was sort of engaged with conspiracies back in the day and i've pulled out so yeah i want to know when did you start when they discovered the iron sheik in hacksaw jim duggan drunk in a car together and i was a huge wrestling fan and i'm like there's fucking that's bullshit why are they together they're supposed to be he's a hero he's a terrorist and their shift phase i swear to god that's why go all man sultry jews around the world you still run the rule in the world fahrian but they listened there's no jewish anti semitism all the time my girlfriend's jewish families all hebrews love among vers hebrews we call what's your shoe i don't care what you you know no i juice i love fun idea loved you i'll wash railway fuck and videos all day dog every of his rallies troops working they're fucking wonderful the way who those variance well it's it's my opinion that the there is a group of people out there that use religion as kind of mass walk amongst us so they'll be like on the jewish i'm muslims i'm all that when you early they're not entities whatever you wanna call them dark art shit yeah and they and that's really who runs everything is like there's these dark arts people who use this fucking really dark shit do stuff we know any of them.
"tripoli" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"The guy who is a he's an armenian genocide denier denies that it was a jan say thinks it's just war wait what was young turks has a new program with yeah i'd say in a car spare in yeah are to she's on that because they're pretty liberal right wall now that's coming out that they've been funded by the clinton foundation allegedly oh ferriol yeah i made that the clinton foundation had they're fucking hands we talk about the salon tinfoil hat it's a pike as i do what ryan davis and i gotta tell you i fucking love it i love doing that podcasts you know you so watch rogan's podcast i'd be like means gives working so smart in the numbers are huge it lets you know that people want that and as much as i have punch shrunk we have his bat ray now loser fuck in has to show off fucking frozen hot i'll go through this acid all right i mean it's winner go home homeboy you know well there's this other side did i really fucking love man i love talking about it it has brought weird energy from some people some people get really upset when you start talking what they say are conspiracies they give very upset with it i mean i got a physical confrontation for the first time i 17 years at the comedy store with this one can be america assays name that gap fucking army inserted touching me and i fucking was like not today homeboy you know so it's gone weird but i love it and i'm i'm amazed at how much the people listen to it love it skull tim forehand would sam tripoli and we talk about all this crazy shit and the thing about conspiracies is this a choosing an argument between somebody's done research and somebody who's too busy to look into it and they're eminent emotional throw up their emotionally regurgitating what they've heard and sound bites in the stuff and so it's i just love it and i'm now doing a little mini tour me.
"tripoli" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Day ride as dark today's podcasts great podcast i it's almost i don't know how long it is pretty long believes with tripoli and i love doing podcasts tripoli because um he just has so much energy bring so much energy and so many new thoughts in some of our podcast i think are sort of like interview style about the person and then somewhere like this was is just a hang conversation really conversational we talked about he's got a new tour coming out speaking at tours i'm on tour on the still shirtless tour uh spokane this weekend for these bo kanter spokane no if you say it the way you say you gotta dan en en en bad why uh neronha spoke gain of set no spokane the fourteen th fifteen th and sixteen spokane comedy club and then big push spanned new year's eve with me west palm beach i am going to be at the west palm beach improv aka stand up live i think they changed the name of them teens website or no the twenty night 30th and 31st of this year so and that's the last twenty to have the entire year so see me in west nile the last day of the year all or that this year don't worry and then on pushing really hard like i said i'll be doing a lot of sets in the city coming up just so that uh i'm getting ready for my special now i can say that i'm shooting a special against the officially bike indefinitely allude that i am shooting special on the 23rd and philadelphia at the trocadero all the shows are sold out the act um they've been sold out for awhile stress factory in january two coma comedy club in january helium portland in january i was like liu helium portland before do my special because there is there a high end comedy highbrow county audience really heather really great calmed the audience out for some reason run knitted like we didn't start going like comics in store go in there until recently really now marc grossman the former mark.