22 Burst results for "Two Hosts"

Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads

podnews

00:52 sec | Last month

Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads

"Feel seeing loa download numbers from apple podcasts. You'll not alone. There's an auto download bug in iowa. Fourteen point six apple says listening is unaffected and it'll be fixed say apple with a software update and good on them for being open. One podcast hosts tells pod news. That only started in late. May two hosts. We've spoken to report a twenty-seven percent drop in apple downloads. Month on month podcast. Publishers have contacted us reporting similar now since apple accounts for about forty percent of all downloads. The industry might see an overall eleven percent drop in june that translates to a seven point. Seven million dollar loss in ad revenue. It will be fixed of course but because the podcast sap is constantly operating system in needs to wait for the next ios update

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

07:22 min | 10 months ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"I love it. And so it's it's best if you just watch it. Well, you know eating some pop rock chugging some Jolt Cola. Oh, yeah, and I am pretty certain that I have a copy somewhere in VHS sitting in a box in the garage, which I probably have to take out now home cuz I I did I actually dug out my VCR which is like actually if you look right over there it sits right on top of my printer. Oh, yeah. I don't know if it works but unlimited money and must work I would think so. I opened us I don't I have the remote part so I don't know how how much she made meteors. Yeah. Oh it's insane. So I'm going to try and I try that and see if it still works. Awesome. Yeah. Now the gate fun little movie. I highly recommend it. Especially if you like 80s Nostalgia. It does get as far as tours go about a decent 6.1 out of 10 Movie Database and 55% on Rotten Tomatoes. So it's not quite fresh, you know who really pays attention to those. I mean who really is fresh these days off fresh it is available to rent on most of the major streaming services like iTunes Amazon Prime video and Voodoo for the low low price of $3.99. So the gate the gate recommended Halloween hardest Elgin nice, I like that because it's it's childish of the wrong word to say it but it brings up those emotions in you slide The Land Before Time for me, right exactly only with like murders and stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Len for time with mom is like murdering entire species wage. All that. Oh God, you're not wrong. Okay. So here's my second pick and it's definitely obscure for me, but it is probably one of the the most often entertaining scary and horrific short films I've ever seen and I decided I was going to continue on the theme of haunted places in Massachusetts because well, that's where I'm from home. And also like you're in a pandemic you can't see the people but you can go explore these really random, you know off to off the side places. Have you ever heard of the hoosac tunnel? I can't say that I have actually well who suck isn't Allegheny word or a Algonquin word as we would call it. It's a Native American word but it's built it's named the tunnel is named after George that and it is based in Massachusetts and it would take you from you know, Massachusetts all the way up to the Green Mountains and all the way down to Florida. Like it was a huge Town Lake but you took one but it was it never worked out the way it was supposed to in that it was to take a couple of years and end up taking 22 years to build. It had a budget of $5,000 ended up costing twenty 1 million dollars big big flashbacks. Exactly. We're having PTSD but also a hundred ninety something employees died in a really weird and scary ways while constructing this tunnel. In fact, one of the biggest and most widely known episodes is when a bunch of miners working some noxious fumes. Were released of course as it does happen when you're in the minds whether used to bring canaries in so cuz they would faint first and they'd be like pork and Aries and something ignited and it caused everything to sort of cave in a self and there was about 15 to 20 miners down there that obviously passed away now a few hours after the tragedy happened. They sent someone down on a wage ladder rope and they and they got so overwhelmed with fumes. They said nope. There's no survivors. No survivors. Well years later turns out there actually was and they were in the process of building a raft because there was water coming up before they eventually just either suffocated or drowned. So that's kind of where the horror part comes in right because people now believe that they're ghosts living in this Mineshaft now, this film is 11:00. It's long. It was made by a Polish company and it is really not available anywhere here in the states. I found it on YouTube now it deals with this man who is a reincarnation. Heated body of one of these miners, right and he travels from Poland to Massachusetts reliving these memories of this really lonely guy who's just been wandering around The Ether waiting for them to inhabit his soul or you know, vice versa and it just basically explores a tragedy of what happened there real life events turned into this 11 minute short film, but it's creepy heck. Yes creepy and the interesting part about it is that because of the the tragedy and and everything that happened within the the construction of this type this tunnel. It actually gave way to more modern safety practices in that now there's usually even numbers of men that go down into tunnels and that's too long. So you have one buddy buddy system. And so the idea that is that if something happens at least half of them will get out and it led to company name. Responsible for the untimely deaths of their employees a big portion of this money that it costs them to eventually construct. The tunnel was going to the families of these miners who you know passed away. And in fact, there's looks like a hundred ninety something people who died. It's kind of like the Wall of China in Massachusetts because if you know, the Wall of China actually has buried bodies buried in it from all the workers that died while building it and you know, what's interesting. It's kind of like the same thing with Hadrian's Wall up in Scotland, but the funny thing about Hadrian's Wall is that while it does have bodies and stuff and like Romans buried in it. It doesn't actually it's on a full complete wall. Like you can walk around it, huh? Okay, look it up. It's just so funky. I digress anyways, this film is available. It's 11 minutes long. It's on YouTube. It's called the hoosac tunnel and it's by it is in Polish. So it's got like a subtitles on it, but it is creepy. It's mind-bending Lee creepy and even with the subtitles, you know, what's even if you didn't have them, you know, what's going on so you can check it off. And it got really high ratings. I have to be in fact, we're talking a 9.3 out of 10 on IMDb. I'm not even joking. Yeah, that's intense. It's intense. And now of course, it's only got you know a few ratings because it's not necessarily wide. No one here, right? But but the but it is it's just it's a great movie and and I and I think for a short film it's definitely worth watching you can give it eleven minutes. It also want a ton of awards like a ton. In fact, it went to the international horror film festival in 2016 it won for best short frim and it also won the New York City International filmed in 2016 for best actor in a horror short film. So yeah, you should check it out and if again available on on on YouTube for free and then I'll know for the actually like that because you should be able to purchase it from their website support the film directors and whatnot. But it's good. Wow, I gotta give you props for digging up and attended the Obscure ones. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. I'm taking a page out of birth. Bell book oh get it. Yeah now we can talk about hooking Focus. No, we're.

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'Saturday Night Live' is back in studio

The Televerse

01:04 min | 10 months ago

'Saturday Night Live' is back in studio

"SNL is starting back up. which is still weird to me. Again, this is weird to me but they've announced the first two host. They're going to have bill burr and Easter Ray hosting on the tenth October tenth and October Seventeenth, and the fact that they're going to be back in studio with all like. Like is there going to be an audience? There's absolutely no way that can be an audience. How does live sketch comedy? Work without an audience it's very strange So we'll see what it is but. If it's me I'd be telling everyone why aren't you still shooting from the attic shoot from your house is how I feel about it. So you know this is one of many reasons why I not in charge of production things in Hollywood never never be the person who choose to do that I'm excited to see both of these hosts does not under the circumstances so. I look forward to watching these on youtube after the air.

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The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

"Josh. Welcome to milk street. Thank you so much for having me your the food producer of the Youtube web series. Good mythical morning there to hosts Rhett McLaughlin and link. Neil so why do people people enjoy watching folks eat cod sperm dumplings one because called sperm dumplings are delicious You know I really grew up in the Youtube era. I was cloistered in my room around the family. Desktop watching epic mealtime in the guys. You know Sewing up a Turkey inside of a pig inside of a whole cow and It's a bit of a meritocracy on the Internet where you know. You don't need like a a network. Executive may never have signed off on the concept of eating cod sperm dumpling for the gross out factor. But if you put it on the Internet it's a proving ground to see what people people really do. WanNa watch kind of on their own accord and boy do they love cops berm dumplings okay so there is some you know. Would they eat that humor here but some of this is pretty straightforward. You did a taste test the popcorn you taste test of pizza crusts yes. So what is it about just tasting ordinary foods were fifty million people. WanNa Watch it on Youtube. It's really funny. I I actually started my career in digital journalism. But you see so many even legacy publications boasting top ten Greek yogurt brand taste test. And they do that because it brings in just a ton of using isn't a ton of numbers so I mean I think you could call it just a very ordinary taste tests watching guys eat food but I mean it really is service journalism. It's just on Youtube and not in a newspaper. Yeah but but you guys are in the entertainment business and having a list in the USA today or online at eater is one thing But this is about watching your two hosts do the taste test right. So what what do you think is sort of driving entertainment Formula Abiola four one to the to host of sitting there tasting popcorn. Yeah I mean For me it all starts with playing on people's curiosity you know I I think people have this sort of wish fulfillment like I know myself. I would love to sit down with all seventy four TACO bell menu items in just tastes them one by one and decide which is the best and I think. A lot of people have this kind of wish fulfillment fantasy and if they can see someone do something that they've always wanted to do themselves the watch it and then to I mean there's such a skill in I mean it's the skill of being a food critic Not to Exalt Renton link on the level of like a Jonathan golder under a Pete Wells but You know being able to describe things that are in your mouth like being able to describe the physical sensations that are happening to you. It's it's a real skill you know they're just They're good at what they do. One of the other segments I saw was turning foods like twinkies into milk Could you explain how that worked. I kind of like that segment. Yes we those one of the Willett segments a lot of this goes deep into a Cartesian metaphysics and food semantics right so when you say will it milk the we were going more with the definition of nut milk which there is a lot of current legislation on whether that can or can't be called milk but we ran with it regardless and so yeah in that we took twinkies and we just blended them with water soaked him in milk bag for a couple of days and then wrung it out and I mean it was truly truly delicious. I mean it's like you know. Milk bar created an empire based off of cereal milk flavored. Treats why not you know twinkie. Milk cheetos milk did not look delicious. Milk was less delicious but again you know that's a recipe developments about you gotta take risks and I still think if you did like a risotto with the cheeto milk and there ain't got that Or Borio rates Mason crispy and just kind of toasted up the excess oils. Listen that cheeto fat. I think it would have been nice. Yeah I would say cheeto Milka reside. Oh maybe something I'll pass on but maybe I'm just too fashioned so one of the other segments. Yes you do. Are The fancy foods you take a subway foot long and spend five hundred hours making the most expensive version of it You also did a two hundred dollar big Mac. Did you get to eat that big MAC too or just the house. I did get to eat. It actually made a really lovely tar tar out leftover steak so that was awesome But yeah that to me is like the definition of viewer wish fulfillment. Because I mean I think so. Many people have this nostalgic connection to so many different fast food items just like what if you made that as awesome as he possibly could so based on this show. Another youtube shows about food. Where's this all headed yet? Look we look at what's happening to food network right. How many standing stir cooking shows are even left? You know everything on food network is now a competition show where chefs are cooking in. FLOATY says Alton Brown. You know the yells at them and hits him with a bull whip or whatever And then you look at Youtube and look at what bone apetite is doing thing bone apetit you know these single biggest legacy print glossy food MAG is now like five million subscribers deep on youtube in putting out the most educational cooking content on any platform. Honestly I think we're just getting into an era where you're going to see more diverse voices some more just educational food content that people want to see. And it's Kinda funny because it's now like less extreme stuff than what is on network Org. TV Josh thank you very much for being on Milk

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Giovanni? Yes. You can before we before we intro, this clip and play it out GIO. What what are your thoughts on the Adam and drew show? Like, what is what is it? The you. What do you like about it? You know, what what do you look forward to just from a fan perspective? I. So it's hard to not analyze recording and release schedule and corporated that into my reaction to the show verse other people's I liked the the one hour format when it was to tape back the back, but I like to save them up listen together because it felt like one giant fat loved wine. And now when they do the five day week, I note the Ford exertion is when I try to do match up what the recording is and then pair them together. And listen as one giant show, but I get so desperate 'cause I love the show so much. I can't ever really do that. So I end up listening day and date they post and I like the variety. So I liked it. One episode is calls. I like the next episode at some news story complain about golfing. I liked it. The next episode is completely different from that. It's it's the air to love line. And my favorite part of love line was adamant drew just talking before the colors came on or in between when they weren't talking to collars, and they just got off topic. And they just kind of get lost for twenty thirty minutes. And it was very rare to happen on love line because of the commercial breaks and the most get is like fifteen eighteen. Minutes on the topic. And I find Adam and drew was perfect. They can deep dive whenever they want take calls whenever there's calls. And you know, every third episode is laugh out loud hilarious. You get a lot of interesting stuff in there too. I think it's a perfect blend. The only thing I would change. Maybe if I change anything is I would I would adjust the release recordings schedule. So other people weren't bumped by it, but it seems like a very small complaint. Yeah. I I agree that there is that for those who don't know you'll lose into it a little bit the Adam and drudgery show as this today is accorded one three and a half hour session that we then break into five shows. So if you can't hold off the way Joe is talking about and listen to all five of them as a block, you can sort of watch how the conversation Volve it's a little bit different than if you listen to a day to day because it just feels like a bigger break and like new topics and stuff like that. But if you listen to the whole block, you can sort of hear how their how their day evolves, and how their conversation changes, and it's a little interesting. But it's very well. That's something. People don't usually pick up on like, why are they still talking to us topic three days in a row? It's like, no they die about it. For forty five minutes. He's just you're not doing the math in your head to understand that people get bumped by. But I really or the show right? A perfect example is the shows that you will hear in the week to come tomorrow. Adam Adam asks me for clip from meet the press, and I can't remember if it takes me until Wednesday or Thursday, but it's one of the two because he just gives me this one specific thing he saw on meet the press, and the it was so minor and not really notable or searchable that I didn't I wasn't able to find a clip of it. I just had to sit there and watch meet the press. I sped it up a little bit. But I had to watch. And as it turned out. It was no shit. The last sentence that he said before he signed off. And there was no way to know that Adam I don't think Adam knew that. I think Adam saw a clip promoting the show or something. So he saw that one moment he didn't know the end of the show. So I had to watch forty five minutes worth of meet the press before I finally got to this clip. And then it eventually gets paid off. So yes, if people are wondering why we're still talking about that four days later. That's why I can only watch meet the press so fast. Gary doesn't actually take four days to find something. No, I don't..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"So in my wife says to me Shelvin thirty movie star, and I want you said seven seven thirty believe me, I said seven now, I heard you say seven, and that's what I remember. I'm pretty sure I said who do we believe? In that in that exchange, drew with me? I know not to question the Corolla steel trap. But it just sitting here thinking, I they played your prom. How many times do the song like eleven I've ever had come in kind of at the end. Yeah. Yeah. Three other saw right cab. Dan Reid, drew probably longing for custom van about that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Or custom fan fan custom God. But I'm thinking still back my heads back so popular. There was a movie called the van just about Vance. That's how popular the vans, by the way. They they should just call them rape containers. Rape councils mobile rape. Yeah. Absolutely mobile is intercity kids. This is that with right? Yes. They were mobile rape capsules and all the songs young ladies of can't get out to the rape centres. We bring them. This is us. Yeah. They have that thing. They have the book the blood mobile coming to take the blood because people can't get to the hospital a lot of folks lot of lower middle-class rooks. Can't get out to the rape emporiums bring you the rate mobile penises. All right. Tell you this judge of minivan in college. It did not have the same effect. We're talking about his we're talking about it talking about a van with a bed in the back. That's what we're talking about. Seriously. Oftentimes looking at me like I've smoked bad. Go look up pictures of like at a picture of a white tiger. The hard norsemen gone or giant to like. Airbrush painting. Four, you know, the the chick writing the snow leopard, but the with the bikini made of pewter. Shuqrah practical, just Google and. Customs seventies van and then and then do an image shirt interior, carpeted carpet, all the inside. Right. Every inches carpeted the bed. Yeah. And then you you she'll know. Yeah. That's right. You shall see what a custom van looked bike. And when you get to the inside that's where the bar and the captain's chairs with my minivan. It took out the cleared out the back I put a rug in their weight. Nobody cared. They're looking here. These things look at this. Yeah. Man. It's wheat. Sweet lot lot of plus a lot of a lot of crushed velvet crush valve. It's TV sad. So disgusting. Nothing was ever that. Nice. It was always the captain's chairs nothing ever. Just a mattress on a carpet. Right. Yeah. Somebody discovered shag carpet. And then somebody figured, hey, we can put shank carpet everywhere. We don't have to just put it in your house. We'll put on the roof of your van. We'll put it inside the put off the wall and never just went nuts with shag. Right. Which is the dirtiest filthiest shittiest carpet of all time. Just couldn't imagine the obvious raking their carpets now. Yeah. All right now back for final clip of this very special one thousand episodes spectacular again, if you'd like to hear these full episodes podcast one premium you can access the full archive. You can go back and be your own superfan..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"But I mean, we raised like one point four million dollars or something and it was a fairly short period of time. And there was some times where it go up a hundred or two hundred thousand dollars in a day. Crazy. It was crazy. But we did have to fulfil which is like me standing in someone's backyard doing stand that wasn't. Did you agree to that? I came up with the I can't picture you sitting down coming up with the perks who came up with your. I basically said whatever anyone else did before is fine with us. But I don't have. I really have this thing where it's and I've done it. I've done it way more than once. I come to your house. I'll stand your living room. And I do forty five minute comedy set. And my whole thing is sort of like, I'm not put off coming for where I come from that somebody goes, it's my husband's. It's his fortieth birthday. I bought the ten thousand dollar perk. It's huge. He's going to go nuts. I can't be put off by that. Yeah. Stress of like one of the liberal. That somebody would care enough to do something so thoughtful risk same Adam zip LA's head of right? Oh, yeah. Mine exploded what I mean. It's like, I don't wanna Ben Friday night and your living room. And yes, I do feel certain amount of pressure. Like there's much inlaws standing around. If not who I am like I can't up and keep it clean stuff there that but there's the part where it's like where the wife is going. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank me. No. For muddle. Paid me a bunch of money for birthday president who I sat at a table. People are like be quiet. Don't talk like my whole childhood who could do this. So some of the some of them are basic wasn't the most exotic reward ten grand which no one has gotten. I don't expect anyone to get it. But that gives you full in the movie world producer is the number one bigger than executive producer producers number one. And if this movie goes on to win an Oscar, which I intended to they actually get the Oscar, that's so you go. Groupers the movie dot com for the crowd was joking there, by the way, I don't believe this is going to go. Dot com. Right. Yeah. But certainly Sundance not out of question. Oh, no, depending on the timing because the movie that. Yeah. Sundance. It's the first thing I've written words like it's definitely got a cause behind. Yeah. If you got a good theme in a good cause and a good anti-gay or anti-bullying or anti-gay bowling or whatever it is it it helps you guys ever see black. I we're gonna go to call, but you guys ever see black mirror the show out of the UK now all about it's like the closest thing to the twilight zone the great show season. Three just got released on Netflix. It's a fantastic show. It's very dark dystopia future about the about technology really taking a turn for the worst screwing us, and it occurred to me that that groupers is across tween black mirror and south park. It's definitely like those two are major influences maybe had dusting of red state in their dusty. Yeah. Definitely, you know years of experience of working with with you guys on love line in hearing the calls and hearing all the issues that are going on out there. There's no way I can write this thing. If I wasn't sitting there for for all the. With you know, it's weird. We always had this thought of the future with the robot that was going to turn on us. Yeah. But it's not it's not the robot. It's us turning on us using the technology. Right communicating with the technology and then us starting or is all about you. Gotta you gotta watch that. I think you'd really like it. All right. We're back. Adam drew Anderson reunited once again. And now, we have another clip for you come all the way from November twenty seventeen adamant drew show seven twenty not the nine hundred would Adam always mistakes, the skateboarding trick this was titled mobile capsule. Ataman drew open the show top onto color about eighties..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"And I've just started writing this one in curd to me like on page thirty. I'm like, oh my God. I'm writing something really cheap for the first time. This is the first movie I've ever written for script I've ever written where I could actually make it with just you know, how do you? How do you budget though, you get people that are smart with numbers? Crunching did I put my script into a producer who budget at all out guy. He gave me a budget from sixty five thousand one hundred and five thousand what are you gonna shoot it on a lot of hitch? It. All right. Probably alexa. I would love to shoot some stuff on actual film. That's goal for later. It's like it's a camera shoes. Two ks what I show shot shorts on. It. Looks good. It's it's the attacl release. It looks really good. How about those new red cameras? Red cameras are good too. But my EP's really proficient on the the Alexis my EP fortunately has been working in the business for forever. He works on all the Christopher Nolan stuff. He just got back from Europe. He he worked on the new Dunkirk movie the departure of actor. Geography. Dunkirk movie. Yeah. Common. It'll be here. Next summer, the the reds the red gets hot that's one of the things while the call. I gotta stop because I'd overheats which so it's hard to all these cameras are so big and bulky, and like ten years from now they're going to be a joke, and they're gonna be free as Angela. So when what are what are some of the rewards than? Having some fun with some of the rewards like the twenty five dollar one is essentially just like you want to see this thing and you're going to buy a ticket and digital link to it beforehand. So twenty five bucks get you a ticket to the the first screening for the supporters, and I'm going to have once it's done as well as a link to the actual movie, and then like the fifty dollar range. We'll get you like a t shirt cold Cocco production, probably one him here. Thank you. Very cool coal Kaku production t shirt as well as employed or patch, and some stickers just a little how do you do? I am ironically this week on Friday, I will be finishing the last of what the crowd promises, I did on my movie we done all that. Well, they're well what had happened was is go like, hey, we're coming to Chicago. We're doing a screening in Chicago, come to screening sky. And then you get an Email from someone and they go I moved to tally, and then you go. Well, technically, this is on you. If I'm coming to Dallas and you'll you'll get this too. At some point at some point, you'll make another movie, and you'll do another one of these things and you'll want the person from Dallas thinking, well, he did come out, and we had drinks before the show in Dallas, he did fulfill this thing, even though this person, I think moved from one of the towns we're in. But do the best you can when you did yours. I mean, how do you do you even know the number of people that actually contributed by the end of it? I don't I don't have the grand total. I we could figure it out. I think it was. I I for some reason the number like thirteen thousand something right jumps into my mind. It's drew. It was it's it's totally insane. Especially if you come from where I come from when you crowd fund, one of these things, and you go online go hot, you know, you put it up, and you went to the funniest thing in the world. I mean, if if it's going, right? Yeah. You'd look at that thing, and it'd be like, oh, we're the sixty one thousand dollars that's cool. And then you'd go out and kind of go about your day and kind of forget about a little bit. And you'd come back like over two to sixty seven. She's like we just went out all my God. And then you'd wake up the next morning or five fifty five like, you're like overnight like crazy. This realize he stuff really rich people who play the stock market must feel like every time. I'm. I'm looking at. I'm thinking this is what people who have a lot of stocks are feeling. Yeah. It's just we've never seen anything like you don't have anything to compare it to..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Yeah. We're back. Anderson cow in here per producer director, wait a minute. An engineer Anderson, you know, from way back in the day of them way up in the day in love lines. He's crowdfunding project up way back way back and up. All how many years in total Anderson on love line. Yeah. Just shy seventeen. Jesus. True. What you have five g you've got me beat a little bit. I had over a little over ten. Maybe I'd been there. Eighteen years Aniston got there. And he's there seventeen Anderson's clean show. David everyone Anderson doing a movie crowdfunding a movie, it's called the groupers. I saw the online ask it was well done most things are not very well done. Thanks, and she can go to groupers the movie dot com. I didn't now is it through one of the crowd sourcing companies. Yes. Which one I chose seeding. Spark which I had never heard of before. But I stumbled across them because I thought we just had a baby my my wife, and I talk about and we had a registry, right? And I was thinking about the movie I was thinking about the baby weigh the baby registry. And I was thinking all these crowdfunding campaigns that I've seen I've never seen one where you actually register for a movie like why don't we're looking for this amount of money to be able to fund the actors. I thought it was really interesting. And I thought that I created this whole new thing, and I was excited about it. So I quit will Google. Search turns out these two ladies already invented at five years ago on a cycled seed in spark. So I ended up falling in love with them and going with them. So it's like, we need to pay for lighting pack. Yes, we need. And so it is like a crock pot. That's an interesting. That's very I thought it was on something. And I thought it was gonna be a whole nother like revenue stream maybe down that hole another business model that I could do. But it turns out usually good ideas have been created by somebody else. Yeah. Found that issue times the movies. All ready raised quite a bit of money like fifty. Something thousand. Yeah. We're a little bit past the two thirds, Mark we're going for seventy five K. And what do you what length is the movie it'll be ninety minutes? So full length movie. Give us a premise the premise is. It's all about bullying and homophobia in group mentality mob mentality which you guys know me, you know, that I absolutely can't stand mob mentality. I don't think any of us can and the premise the opening of the film is a younger woman in her mid mid to early twenties. She goes to a bar. She picks up on these two young kids, the probably nineteen twenty. We find out later. They got into the bar with fake ID's, and she lures him back to van they're thinking three sometime or anything in. This is awesome. She ends up overpower in them with some really fancy driving a gas mask and a canister. It's gonna be a fun action scene to shoot, and she subdues them and then wake up strung together. Face to face at the bottom of an empty pool and abandoned house, and they're facing one another they come to us some smelling salts wakes them up. And she says, hey, you to have been torturing my little gay brother for years in school and saying that homosexuality is nothing, but a choice. Well, here's your chance to prove your little theory. You guys have to be gave for one another before. I let you go. That's the that's the jumping off point. I don't know if you saw during the Olsen twins movie, but he's got shops. Yeah. And I'm thinking for he is one of the guys can we make them long enough. I like the like I liked the premise and for you. Seventy five grand is a good chunk. But it's not a lot in the movie making world. It's not at all. How do you budget this out if I was smarter? I would have come up with a cheap idea to shoot a movie probably ten years ago. But I'm not that bright. And I just write whatever comes to mind..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"What are you? Remember this one Gary. So I can't remember if this was one of the first times that we had Anderson on the show, I guess, and he'd already right on the ACS or the film vault. It depends on how you view that problematic recording. Right. So I did not know Anderson very well at this point. This is one of the first times that I had him had him on a show that I was actually intimately involved in producing. And I remember just being a little a little starstruck for lack of a better term. Not that Anderson's the biggest star in the world. But you know for love line fan. It's like, oh my God. This is the guy, and it was sort of realization of like, oh, this is my counterpart like I'm the guy yells at now this guy, he UCLA. It was just it was a weird. It was a minds. Yeah. But but Anderson was a super sweet guy. And I remember this being a fun up. So I was rooting for this to happen because Anderson was promoting groupers his first feature film. He'd always been an aspiring filmmaker throughout tire Ron love line. And he came on this to promote the crowdfunding campaign, which was successful. And the film is now set to premiere in just a couple of months. Oh, wow. I didn't even know that it was finally coming in for wishing. I remember that he was promoting that. And I remember also noticing for the first time was probably one of the first time I'd spent any time around in person the giant film strip that he has tattooed going all the way around and up one of his forearms. I remember thinking, that's dedication. This guy's this guy's not messing around. He likes films. Most people mistake that for a snake? It's a running joke, especially when he was in county lockup one time, I mostly wanted Anderson to reunite with the guys because he was always to me as listener like they're angry stepson like, Adam, drew. We're like this couple. They had this angry stepson who hated them. And about over the air to see that they actually really all like each other. And it's actually surprisingly pleasant and very the very kind to each other. So roll the Flint, Gary..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Them close to the house. What I just we're dark street where you know. And. Wow, drew. I've said it wants your man of exquisite Pasha drove into cops and a massive humanity. I I'm gonna guess you were driving. Yeah. Is it'd be insanely dangerous. Wow. You think texting is bad? Put that on the freeway sign Jesus Christ through I know, right? What passion Pedic? I love. It you show close to your house. Anyway. Geez. Kids in the back seat. They were so the front with you are receiving pleasure while driving your vehicle up your street. And did she start in the restaurant? How does this work because I know you you're coming from old town Pasadena like the range, isn't that far? You know, what I mean like you'll be in the house in what are you gonna do? Fifteen miles an hour. How bad okay. So you run into this massive humanity. Yeah. What are they doing? They're breaking the party up because that hillock opther is like. Good idea. After what what planet we'd been there? Two hours the mass. They're they're evacuating funny conversation with the cops know what the massive humanity that was out in the street or even the cops like the two cops talking later that night by the locker room. Hey, guys. See Dr drew pull up. Yeah. Him and his wife pulled up. He was alone. Not no he pulled up with this. I saw him and his wife sit in the car right after listen Tim Hannah, God, I'm a cop. He pulled up a loan. He was the only person in the car. Look I want over there. Ten minutes after you saw you went to the other side throw some pepper spray out. I want to talk to his wife. She was in the car. She's I sh- she scratching your chin. I dunno. She's sleeve on your ten. But I what do you mean? I'm telling you about he was alone. I this is what I do for a living. I surveilled understand. And Dr drew pulled up had a huge smile on his face. He was seemed to be sweating about the forehead brow quite a bit. I never seen a crowd like that seat almost fully reclined. Couldn't even see. It was him initially. But he brought the seat back up. He. Remember at some point pull out a piece of jerky seem to feed it to his lap. I don't that is the part that seem peculiar seemed like he was gonna have a bite of that granola bar. And then all of a sudden he just sort of dropped it on his lap. But anyway, then handed some Gatorade down to lap as well. But anyway, he was alone. There's nobody in the passenger seat, Tim. I don't I don't want to come to blows. I went talked to he and his wife. Okay. That's all I'm saying. I'm not I'm not lying to you. Well, we'll have to agree to disagree because he was alone pulled up ten thousand kids walk on St.. And five cop cars and hillock option. And we have we are is a driveway. You know, it's a little tiny. What was going on? I guess so there I knew of some high school kids down this one couple street. Couple the house there. I don't think they had one of those app, you know, gatherings like it's happening. And and it must have happened within an hour broken up within an hour. It's crazy who it's an happening. Right. What? And it just one of those. You Wilding kind of things like everyone shows what it was these things called maybe more. What are these things remarkably well behaved, they have a thing? It's it was all the rage five years ago, hops, face papers, because of what you're talking on was showing up. They do a whole thing where everyone chill flash mob. They'd all show up, and they do they do the hustle. Some. Or also people would say, you know, hey, I'm going to be signing autographs here, whatever show up and say hi to me. Right. All right. So that's what happened to talk to pretty good. I hope I hope that's a weekend. Of course. Okay. I don't know. If that's that's that's the week. That's on the schedule and the week true. Damn good Wednesday. Remember back, and we have another clip forty. This one comes from Adam drew show of four forty six. This was released back in October of two thousand sixteen and this features Anderson Cowan you Liberace of potentially honors..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Whatever. I separate and I can separate the guy the player on the court from the sky, you know, so I go, well, I really enjoy Woody Allen movies. But in terms of him running off with his adopted daughter. That's not so hot. So I as a man, I don't respect him as an artist, I respect and Michael Jordan. Maybe I don't respect him as a man, but as a basketball, so I have to respect you saleable. Why can't we separate these things when it comes to John Kennedy eat in the greatest and everything's a greatest Camelot murder, endless, martyrdom smarter. Jackie Kennedy's the greatest. Well, first off. Really? She just literally marries. Onassis the Greek tycoon, basically the shipping magnet. I mean, she just marries like the richest man on the planet who's thirty years older than her like that's that. She was in love like what? Aristotle onassis. What was he her senior him find a picture of him? I mean, it wasn't like a strapping young. He was at least thirty four years old or lot owner just fat and good luck. I mean fat and read right? Like, we'll so she just married. The next richest guys. She could find like I look people have it's sacrilege speak this way. They're human beings. They're fault. I we turned into deities. They're both are turned into into deeds. We can find out when they married or when they met or whatever what their what their ages were. And how what he was on the Forbes list of richest bend, whatever they marry. I don't I don't know. There's a lot of stuff that Gary's looking for you, tell me you get rid of. I don't need to see a picture. We can just find out the math on on these two. And again, so drew is this if I was just describing this behavior does this sound hers or well of four days into the internship. He's banging her and it's reprehensible, and they were married in sixty eight by the way, so four and a half years after husband. She's boom. Well, that's enough time. I guess. Richest men in the world to meet and court and Mary. Luck. He ruined this woman's life. Jackie's? No, oh, the this old Hannity ruined. Her. John Kennedy ruined severely exploited. Abused her severely. He offered her a three million dollar trust. Or replace her Kennedy trust she would lose upon his death. Who? No upon his I'm not typing fast enough upon his death. Who's to her husband aerosol upon his death? She would receive another settlement of twenty six million. Yeah. And one hundred fifty K each year for the rest of her life. This is what they were. Yeah. This was the arrangement before she married. The old guy right now, if this is one of your wife's friends, what would you be saying hero? You know, I mean Camelot will you would you would go. She was so disturbed by the death of her husband. She's never recovered. She's making bad decisions, you know, slam in heroin, not finding the richest guy can find twenty or older than being marrying luck. I'm not here to fucking shit on them. So we'll find out some of that information, you'll be deeply disturbed by some of the JFK antics as far as the nineteen year old who again, really disturbing. It's so disturbing. Well, this woman was sort of ruined psychologically what he'd done what happened to her. After that. What's the? You see your cry? But. Find it was great. Yeah. Living a, you know, he's in the White House having sex with JFK like again, this is at least a bad bad decision making. And again, I'm not the guy. I don't say look. I judge you because you have sinned. I'm more. Like, if this is your process, like if you cannot control yourself, how about appreciate the other people have feelings, and that you're affecting and by the way, I don't mind him. I can see him. Banging the nineteen year old is part of the overall addiction and all his ties then all kind of goes together for me..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Way from Adam Andrew show up. So one hundred this aired in December twenty thirteen on the episode of Ataman drew show. Adam explain some of the policies you'd like to see if he were president. They also take a deep look at history of president John Kennedy, and this clip I want to focus on the J F K part. It's an interesting format departure for the show. But also just more of an example of what this that drew show can be it's gonna be hilarious. It can be like a modern version of line. And it can also be this really interesting exploration topics much like they used to do online like opening segments when they didn't have guessed. And this they go really deep and analyze some newly unearth accusations of the time regarding JFK. Yeah. Looking back on this clip. I would say that this clip sort of informs what the Adam and drew show evolved into not to say that it isn't the. As it wasn't episode one, but it has grown and evolved as any living thing does. And I think this is is a good look back at into sort of where they started and how they expanded their horizons, and this was the only doctored ROY removed a call from a from a listener because you were tasked with searching for a clip and scrolling through timeline. So when real time you had to find them the exact thing demanding so I just every one phone call. I'm getting the anxiety. Now just talking about this. I remember that episode very very well because that was a a deep dive, and we pulled it off. But those those searches are dying provoking, if anyone can't imagine that clip, Gary. All right thoughts. Drew what's going on? I got a lot of we're thought did you see all the k- JFK? I while I'm exhausted. My daughter at the airport last night on the way home freeway closures, right? No warning. Yes. And then circa six thirty AM my wife sick. She's kind of not sleeping. Well, you're snoring years. Snow? She she tell the snow so did not about sleep task all the JFK stuff. Yeah. All did. You did you get into any of that stuff? Did you did you find interesting or? I don't have is much reverence for him as other people funny would say that because somebody sent me a there's sort of a synopsis of his medical records out there. Now, he was not I'm psychiatric well man at all. I mean, he may have been a good leader and whatever and good administrator. But he he here's how I put together. What I read at a young age, very semantically preoccupied, lots of bowel problems and back problems and physical problems. That's a psychological thing. When people get like that now when you're a special person, you're the son of Joe Kennedy, you get special attention will guess what? Now, he's getting Gress treatments for Oeser collides and for his back diseases. They start injecting with high dose corticosteroids which right around. Then was thought to can't tell you this story because I'm interested, Gary you can find the sixty. Minutes story of his young intern girlfriend and some of the beats on that I think at aired about a year ago. She came out what happened. But but go ahead, you tell you this sort of this sort of more on that same line, high doses of corticosteroid prednisone, which at the time was on the cover of life magazine, the miracle drought. We didn't know all the side effects. It shutdown shuts down your adrenal gland. It causes weakening of the bones and osteoporosis fast forward three years. Oh my God. He has Addison's disease. His drills are shut down. Any is osteoperosis from all the shit..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"And those dudes have to hit the road now will and the darkest version was a guy who wrote for in living collar writer, staff writer had deals had the house. Young wife got married deals. Dried up talked said, look, Honey, let's move to. I think it was Ohio down size. No money. No deals new baby. They found him wandering incoherent hadn't bathed, Ohio. Oh, jeez. Killing the wife. Oh my God. The house. Really? Wow news. A lot of these some of these guys that's the dark dark, you know, some of these guys are killing themselves. I mean, look at what stand up comedian who killed himself years ago plot to put some we'll come back, and Richard Richard tranny, Jillian, but he had bipolar. No, he was so mentally ill. Unbeknownst to me. I mean, I've been an acquaintance of his years. I'd always heard he was like oh challenging, but no one ever. Apparently it spiraled out of control. He always worked, but he was severely. No. From what I? Obviously there needs to be that component. But what I'm saying? Is you are in your thirties. You're getting development deals. You're looking good. There's chicks all over the place. You're making tons of money and the world is your fucking Easter. And now, you're fifty one and the deals are behind you. There's no more sitcoms. They're going to name after you. You had a shot. All these guys had had a shot, but they did a foreign podcast network. They would all Kallio. I think it Adam you say these are people that don't have the option actually to go on the road. They don't have the Oslo. They can't do what is know what it is. Is Richard Jenny has to go back on the road. He's fifty two. Yeah. And he he stopped. They used it as a springboard to get into Hollywood. And they stopped doing it at thirty three and one fuck this. I got a development deal. I'm doing a sitcom they didn't. And now they're fifty one and there in Addison, Texas at the improv and there have been there two strippers by the win there to that point. Anyway. Oh my God. Yeah. But most of the writers, this is why they go crazy. They don't have the option fucked. I am talking about people you recognize performers. Big names people that are forced to you know, paulie shore. Tom green guys that are forced to hit the road. Now. I'm just saying they're forced at the road. They don't want to hit the road. The have to hit the road and hitting the road at thirty three is different than hitting the road at forty nine or fifty three. After that dialogue dialogue last weekend. Dave you want another drink? Are you kidding? I had to bears. I have to go to the bathroom China. Another sad..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"We don't dang. Oh boy. Fifteen more news never mentioned his brother before. Oh, no, no. He me. How? He's kimmel's. Okay. All right. Yeah. It's guys are closer recent years. We talk several times a day. That's a new thing. So all the time several times a day. Yes. Wow. Why so much? We're just. It's been that way. In the laugh, I'm trying to think four years. No. Once you got sober. Once he got sober. And I knew he, but he's been so story twenty years. I never would have thought over twenty twenty four years, but it's all my friendship with you. I always talked to a lot, and I didn't really realize until I started talking about it. But he, you know, he knows me we share a. What am I gonna say childhood? Yeah. That's just the way it is. I don't he's the closest person in my family when you're rings. And you see it's your brother. You think? Good you. Yeah. I talked to him on the way here. I dropped him. Wanna wait what's up man going into work? And he tells me stories about my nephew who seventeen which is awesome. The news goes, well, like I'm gonna go to junior college, you know, for like six months, and I'm going to Stanford while we ran off. Good luck. Man. You love you. Good luck. Dag? Let me ask you a question. Serious question because I think about you all time. And and and and I'm I'm working on my next movie. You're you're you're my best friend your coast guard. I know our fucking funny. You're you're gonna be good. It's going to be funny. It's gonna be good, and the basic the general theme of it his guys. And there's a lot of them. If you think about it who had a lot of success in the nineties when there's a lot of holding deals on those in development deals, like literally people everyone is home struggling husbands out of work trying to make ends meet all that. There was a time in the mid nineties in the late nineties when they would tell a guy like David Alan Grier. Here's one million bucks. You don't have to go anywhere. You don't have to come in. You don't have to do anything. Just don't do anything on another network for had a deal with the deal was give you a script for TV show, but you can say, no, we're gonna pay you. And we're going to give you three roles and movie. And you can say, no. And we'll still pay you like anti and there was development. There was development deals winches. We buy you an office on the lot. Here's a million dollars. And like at the end of six months, they'd go any ideas. You got anything? You're not really and they go. Okay. Sorry chechen. You here's another check. And then six months later at the end of the year, they'd go anything at all. Now, not really a little bit. You like what she I do this like these to fuckers, right? But they like each other. But they don't really like their cops. You know, looking at each other. Right. Well, so what do you have? Edgy. But it's also funny, but no hyperbole this. Yeah. No, no now. Now, those deals are done. Now, those deals are gone and some people got out of it. You know, like my buddy, Phil Rosenthal from everyone loves, Raymond. He got out of it with a hundred million bucks. And then there's there's you bought houses and got divorced and didn't save all their money and so on and so forth..

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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"How far they away from you physically itself? They were in Korea good until about six months ago here. Moved thirty minutes away. And they do the the traditional cream thing where the dad really lives in Korea, and the mom really lives here, and they call that marriage and visit each other about eight weeks total year and then condemn Americans for divorce as if when your husband lives it another country for ten months out of the year for thirty years. No, I'm sure he's never stepped out. I'm sure that's been completely Naga miss relationship. And my parents got divorced after thirty five years and the first time I met some of the really intense ams 'cause you know, creating culture everything's about age gender. It's about the oldest male and his wife, and then the pecking order sort of goes down from there. So sings mother is one of eight and the fathers one of eight and sadly, they're both in the middle. Juice limits. Devil's advocate for second. Maybe they're onto something here. Maybe we expect too much of marriage. Well, look, I mean, this is the ultimate, you know. I've said to people when they talk about keys to success in marriage. I say square footage and to tvos. Listen, we've all had the situation where you're living with the girlfriend or the boyfriend you have the one bedroom or worse. You know, the the bachelor the flat, you know, the studio and fucking arguing never stops. 'cause you're living on top of each other. I mean, you would do that with any other human being if you and your roommate slept in the same room, and that was only one room you'd be bickering nonstop. So a little square footage a little of ongoing upstairs to watch numbers, and I'm going downstairs to watch sports center does. So this is this is an extrapolation that, but it's the Altima which is I'm going to Korea bench outta here. And there ain't a lot to argue about when you're in Korea, and she's in Sherman oaks now, and you subscribe to the nineteen fifties theory of mom's job is raised the kids. Get them the best possible education and sacrifice. All. Feelings. Yes. Emotional sexual any. Oh, speaking. All right. We're back, and we have another clip for you. This one comes to us from a the next episode actually out of Dr drew show up fourteen. This was released in early February of two thousand thirteen this one's titled David Alan Grier. Because it features David Alan Grier. He came by for two episodes. This is from the first one in this clip adamant talked bag about his relationship with his brother something they never really discussed back on all their went appearances. And they kind of go in depth on the blue of careers and show business and how things can kind of go wrong for people involved with comedy. This was a strong around shows here. Diane Farr followed by David Alan Grier. Visit excellent one. I mean, listen Daggs fan favorite. There's just no way around it. He is so funny. And it doesn't matter if he's, you know, doing one of your favorite characters, or if he's just talking to the guys and reacting to whatever the story that you know, the topic of the day get your. Yeah. And he's actually the most frequent loved one guests in the history of anyone ever appear on the show. He started appearing in nineteen ninety eight and would guess on the show all the way through Adam's departure, and even when Adam came back to guest after his departure that show one time his beloved for a reason this with dagger, buddy..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"You know, this was two thousand thirteen was still somewhat early in my tenure in the in the podcast industry. And it was just it was crazy because it was not only a celebrity, but it was also someone that drew and Adam were clearly jibbidy friends would she is the longest running female co host of the MTV show. And it's interesting you mentioned your feelings about that. Because I had the MTV show before radio show being a local person. I think it's a lot easier for you to get exposed to love line. It's an institution with the affiliates. It wasn't necessarily something that you would know about unless you knew about. So you wouldn't let's let's found it or somehow knew about a ridge. You're not gonna find the show. So the MTV show was my introduction and she joined them around. I think season two and then she lasted over two hundred of the roughly four hundred episodes. Yeah. And and more to your point about the radio and being aware of it. You know, at that time in L A K rock was kind of. The only game in town. If you're under the age of fifty so if you were a kid in southern California, k rock was what you listen to you as a kid growing up in the nineties. I was just what there was Joseph Gordon Levin coming on level. He's singing the k rock jingles like he's such a huge fan. So anybody local knows all that stuff. And I've been exposed to it through archiving. But on this episode with Diane. She reunites with the guys because they haven't had a lot of contact in the year since doing a show. She tells them about her marriage multicultural family. It's a really interesting chunk from the episode. It's just kind of sweet have them back on air together. Well, let's hear from Dianne. Let's hear let's hear our friends catch up. Welcome to the program, and welcome old friend. Diane farr. No one of our favorites. Diane was our co host on love line on MTV so many years ago, but we've all kept in touch and Diane has gone on to great things. Rescue me, California. -cation you see her on occasion kissing outside the lines latest book. Yeah. Tons of TV difference between you two right? There. Numbers would be drew. Asian rescue me. Dan has twins. Diane has a young son. A Diane is married to a Korean American felon whose name escapes me because it's a very scalable name. Remember when the Asians would just go like the guy be like, I'm I'm Kim Jae. Now. Now, you're Jake. Check your show. I went to junior high with a bunch of like Japanese guys ever just named Fred. But I was like that's your name. And then they were like they just gave it to them. But your husband's name is seeing like saying song, which is even worse because he still has the Asia Asia name is song. But when he moved here, nobody could say song say no the kids started calling saying on his block, and it stuck for forty. So we stick thing instead of showing old school. Well, it's even worse because his actual name is Song Young Choung which. Oh, horrifically rhymes. And like when we were having the kids he was if Adam had come up with that name for your husband. You would accuse them of being racist. I thank you. It's true. And sometimes his parents have just trying to end his American experience, and they wanted to give our kids Corinne names, which would be like, you know. And I I tried to be grace and say, yes, you can give them any navy one. No one's ever going to hear his parents have Crean's can be attached. Great. His. I've owned whole book. This is very cool. This is really feels like a reunion. Our some of the toughest most in Asia's people plan the easiest way to save his there some of the most insular wanna deal with just each other. That's what I was gonna eat any other Colt. Okay. So here you are tall. White check entering that. How did that go down a whole book? It was so uncomfortable and amazing. Thank god. I didn't even need sing thirty five years old. So I could have a little bit of a laugh at the thing. Yeah. Because you run into that at nineteen and would have rolled you over, and I would like against two grown people who lived in a tiny little parameters of how the world should be..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"But the story that I forget about which which I absolutely love is. And I should remind should remember to tell it more often. I. So we would sit in this room, and it would just be sweltering. And I would say all the time what's going on with the air conditioning. Somebody needs to fix the air conditioning fucking sweltering in here, and they go. Yeah. No it froze up it froze up the when it keep it on it freezes up. I Rana cly. I said, okay. Well, I know what you know, when people give you the I don't know why adults do this with other adults all the time where they go. Like, look, we need reliable transportation. You had a car, bro. The I know we need a way to get to the airport. I know the car's broke I know it is we need how many laugh do you wanna do? Like, I would I kept saying we need air conditioning in the studio. They would go. Yeah. It's broken. And I go, I know it is fix it. Some yield. It wasn't actually broken. They just didn't want you guys tampering or monkey was that somebody needs to fix it. And it'd be to hot and this closet. We're on in with all these lights on us. But just there's no ventilation. So at a certain point, I don't know, maybe they did fix it or something. And then I walked in. And I said it's too hot in here. Turn the fuck and air on an here. Anderson said can't do it. And I said why and he said 'cause they keep the thermostat and one of those little lucite lock boxes sitting on the wall and can't get into it. And I was like we'll give the key open it up and turn the thing down. They don't give us the key. I said, I don't give you the key key. And I climbed on the console because I needed some hike because thing was like four feet up the wall. I just kicked it off the wall. I just booth. It wasn't one pick was bam. Bam. Bam. Really now. One kick. I remember bash. A fly and watch the footage. And I said I said there there it is. Well, now now we can now we can access it. And then were you aware in retrospect, are you where you've been educated that night? Probably. Okay. Good. Yeah. Well, I had had enough. But you before the conversation with Anderson, I think, you probably talked to tear, it all Tara, God it, maybe seconds before that my escalated you bid. I had had enough of the fucking leather g and retarded them and stupidity that was that place. Like when I said, for instance, remember when they built the movie theater around us bunny cartoon. Apply. What over the ground Kathy Griffin? That was complaining about being raped out there. Somebody took a tumble to well. What would happen is? If the person front you step on the front piece apply. What it would kick up because it was warp. And then you'd kick it if you're walking eight feet behind them. And then you trip over it. So they would step on it. It would roll up. All right. And we're back. Now, we have another clip for you. This one comes to you from Adam Andrew show thirteen. This was released back at the end of January twenty thirteen with Diane far. What do you member out this week? I remember being a little struck. I was a big fan of Diane far from rescue me. That was where I knew from. I was never a huge line TV show fan. I would catch it every now, and then when I was flipping through the channels, but it wasn't appointment viewing for me. Something about the TV show to me seemed like bastardize version of what I loved on the radio. It just seemed like they were a little bit too controlled. They had not not that it was their fault. But it just seemed like they format of television and the commercial breaks in the length of the segments. Just sort of force them a little bit more into a box. That was just in my opinion, kind of a poor man's version of what I loved on the radio where they had a little bit more leeway and a little bit more freedom. So I. Diane from rescue me. And I had always been a fan. I thought she was a great actress, and I was very I was a little star struck..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Early in the mornings and come down at my two dads. So like that now superfan Giovanni knows way more about love line than me or Dr drew. It's true. Do so is asking me the other night. What was the band where the guy sneaker, Pam? So where the guy got up and walked away started walk back to the hotel in the middle of the night. Yeah. Middle Culver city. Awesome. And then the next night you guys played off air audio of him yelling about and US time talking down the bench right talking down. Yeah. No money on him had nothing, and he was found walking somewhere core city by the good news is sneak or pimps if landed on the feet with multiple platinum award winning records and. Things like that. Right. There were many many bands that weren't they Adam that we we call them the incidence, and there's many of them there's the pennywise the sneaker pimps the blur Allama. They kind of endless what was blurred doing. They're just kind of kind of prickly. And he was educating you because you didn't know what you're talking about love you were talking about remember. His feet up on the desk and sort of sitting back, right? Yeah. Those ones that people talk about like Nickelback came on. And they just they hadn't sits on smoking joint in the studio with you Andrew there. And so drew can smoked out in the studio with Nickelback of all people aren't they the ones that when his show you their trans AM or shopping prowler because now the nickel back guy has it prim- it Plymouth prowler, which is on Kruger's car for the most retarded individuals. But he the guy from Nickelback if I if Kroger or something, I don't know it sounds about right? He had like a Plymouth. He had a died stealth. Okay. And he had a dodge stealth that was like four years old. Maybe it was like no it was like seven years old because I stopped making the stealth and like, I don't know the mid early mid nineties or something like that. But he had bought a dodge stealth. Mitsubishi also made a version of it. And he'd bought this car was about five years old. And he probably got it for seventy five hundred bucks. Maybe nine grand. I had just gotten. I think a brand new BMW M three or something crazy could've could've could've even been an acid Martin. But it was before that it was it was a BMW M three. And I just bought it. I pulled into the parking lot and the guy Chad from Nickelback was with and I was saying drew look at this thing. It's got straight six at three hundred thirty three horsepower. And Chad was like stealth over there. I can open the doors automatically Just pushing. push button on my keychain. I remember when I was looking at his car. Used car that was seven years old and kind of a piece of shit even in its day. And every time I would say, and drew let me show you about the the bolstering on the seats and the six speed transmission, he'd be like this baby has automatic windshield wipers that. Remember that went so far say really, you should check it out this this vehicle for you, man. This is. I remember that vehicle from seven years ago when it was a piece of shit. Such a weird was where you were nice. You were not like outraged or condescend that you're like, yeah, I'm not. So sure that's for me like, but I'm kind of excited about this car. I just got kind of something bad cars. This one's flipped. My cookie. Will he literally made a deal about having the on the doors unlocked pushing the button? Yeah. His coming through at the drive in that that band, those split up and became to asshole bends Sparta going kept going to turn that we thought they disappear, but they were on the next night. We have this band called Lincoln park the next night. And we were like, okay. Those guys are going to be fine. Compare them to at the drive in ten years. So we have that conversation on the air tunnels conversations going to coke in the bathroom to like name by name. There's few come back because hinting at that..

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"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"two hosts" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"You listen to the full clips of what we're going to be playing today. We have a choice selection of episodes that can represent the journey the shows taken since twenty twelve and I want to start with adamant drew show episode one. What do you remember about this, Gary I remember being a little bit terrified? Not necessarily that. I wasn't capable of doing my job. But this was the first show that that was, you know, Adam and drew much like you. I know you were a love line guy. I was love line guy used to, you know, secretly listen to love line in bed after my parents thought I was already asleep. So to be helming show episode one with Adam, and Dr drew I felt quite a bit of responsibility. Not to screw it up. Frankly. I mean, this is what everybody wanted. So people really sad when level line ended actually would Adam left wing carried on without him. And then eventually ended about ten years later, but they wanted more adamant drew specially me Adams morning show started, and I found out who was going to have a supporting cast of the day. I turn it on. And there was no doctors room. Like, what did they have drew come on, drew? And finally, our dream came true in the guys reunited this recorded back in November of two thousand twelve it air, December fifth twenty twelve adamant drew begin their new podcast series with stories about fubu, journalistic integrity. Achieving the impossible. They also take your sex drug relationship calls. Very good guys that and they're select clip I have from title episode zero zero one Ataman drew introduce the new show that talked to Gary Chris drew gets reminded of Chris's real last name and Adam talks about food brand decline. Gary roll this clip. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and poured certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the adamant Rubio..

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Audible eliminates a large number of podcasting roles, podcasts doing well on Times app, revenue up 50% at Stitcher

podnews

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Audible eliminates a large number of podcasting roles, podcasts doing well on Times app, revenue up 50% at Stitcher

"Eliminated a large number of roles, including nearly the entire group responsible for audibles shorter form podcast. Style programming says Nick, Warren hotpot is unclear what that means for audibles podcasts like the butterfly facts and where should we begin with esta Parral Tom Webster has written a manifesto for growth in Neiman lab, says of quality thoughts and data about the industry based on his talk at podcast movement. So at the radio, find it at pod news, dot net, TRITON digital, having to deal with chew optic which allows publishers to leverage a custom audio marketplace that consider Tate targeting in about seventy five million US households today is the ten year anniversary of the horse radio network. Glenn says that they just passed seven thousand episodes have interviewed over nine thousand guests. Currently have eighteen shows with thirty two hosts and have had the support of over fifty. SP. Bouncers. He says, we're pretty proud of what we've done in a relatively small niche of horses. Congratulations to you spotted recently. The New York Times is still processing podcast, getting top billing in the New York Times app in London and events talking podcasting with the BBC's new podcast boss and others is on September the twenty fifth find linked to that at pod news dot net. Plex have taken their podcasts feature out of Beata revenues up. Fifty percents at Stitcher. Freakonomics is getting over twelve million downloads every month, and podcasting shows the value of an open internet rights. John Burke mayor, highlighting the difference between podcasting and say, YouTube, it's free to

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Nipah virus outbreak claims three lives in India

BBC Newshour

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Nipah virus outbreak claims three lives in India

"And supposedly safe spaces where individuals could live their lives cook dinners do the homework feed their dogs host their friends and their families to see their work in we'll come home from work to it was a human space for human lives each unique there's been international condemnation of venezuela's presidential election which saw nncholas maduro reelected in a landslide but with the lowest turnout in decades washington called it a sham and threatened sanctions against venezuela's allimportant oil sector most opposition politicians are either in jail or by car to the vote mr medeiros main challenger and refile cone described the election as flawed and called for a rerun the authorities in india have sent a team of medical experts to the southern state of kerala to investigate the outbreak of rare deadly infection the nipah virus three people from the same family died after contracting it this symptoms include fever vomiting and headaches making the virus hard to diagnose carolina's health secretary rajiv sadan says fruit bats of the primary source for the virus trying to draw blood samples from these widely by and testing for antibodies to find do this they are inside the second host are the domestic animals especially pigs dogs cats and so on and what we do know is that that has been human to human transmission the world health organization says it's much better place to deal with the current ebola outbreak then it wasn't twenty fourteen when thousands of people died in west africa but tetris at hannam said it was worrying that the diseases spread to a major city in the democratic republic of congo forty five cases if a bulla have been reported in congo at least twenty six people are believed to have died officials in the democratic republic of congo say ten people have been killed in an insurgent attack in the east they said the assault and the benny region was carried out by a ugandan rebel group the allied democratic forces world news from the bbc this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in.

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