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"A Detroit hospital thanks see it has carried out a first of its kind procedure you're in the U. S. forty vaping related injury Henry Ford health system says they performed a double long transplant on a male patient this week doctors noting that the patients UCB cigarettes leaving him with massive lung damage the CDC says there are more than two thousand cases of vaping related injuries throughout the
"ucb" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"UCB the oil to make the pain bearable but just making the pain go away is not enough let your doctor figure out what's causing your agony turns out the my pain came from two giant kidney stones and surgery was the ultimate answer without the surgery those kidney stones were about to kill one of my kidneys meanwhile try very hard to steer clear of opioids and keep any opioid your doctor may give you away from teenagers Howard's website is his name Howard bloom B. L. Ole Ole M. dot net thank you Howard good report have you ever used a oven cleaner spray what you know number one you can't breathe that stuff in and then you just watch how would kindly eats away at all the gook in your oven well the company behind a potent oven cleaning products said it's investigating after twenty five year old woman in England claim that a small drop ate away at the flush on her arm leaving her permanently scarred it's almost like gases be careful chimpanzees enjoy watching movies together and get a sense of closeness and bonding through shared experience according to scientists a study of apes watching videos suggests that human social bonding may have deeper evolutionary roots than previously thought story that we reported yesterday it doesn't take its scientific study done all that spending some time with the couple the cab or friendly dog we'll probably put you in a better mood that being said though researchers from Washington state university of found objective psychological evidence that just ten minutes spread the net petting the dog or cat will lower stress levels that's amazing so I thought we check in with resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen Peter we always knew this yeah I know you always knew this this is amazing well I I mean I found it a little surprising that they could actually set up has that would show a change in cortisol levels yeah morning if it's a if it's real it's it very well may be that that ten minutes with the past will lead improve year day enough so that do you have less stress and therefore less of this the stress response I think this is so many things so interesting about this show is first of all the the need for humans to have companionship as it goes way before even chimpanzees it goes back to our being mammals mammals have babies that legal seven nurse from so we go we go back to a sh I should reign of of creature that that that begins with love and touching and nursing and this this this this is key to our lives I wish that these studies like the one he was citing you know that Justin limit themselves to this idea of the interaction you know what they say joys and minutes of interaction with an animal too many of our scientists are still afraid to talk about love they're afraid to say dogs love on we love bill of your dog's trust us we tries to log that they're these wonderful things that are spiritual fundamentally emotional that take place between us it's not just interaction with the dog and if they start looking at that they're going to realize that human beings need not just interaction with each other but kindness and love and trust at least on the level that we can have that with our dogs good point and like all extra and cats Peter thank you so much doctor Peter Bergen great guy up next we're going to be talking with the Stephen Cohen he was with me a couple weeks ago as we're talking about US Russian relations and we had such an amazing and pouring in of phone calls and questions in the emails I thought we do part two which Stephen and we will in his latest book is called war with Russia we'll talk about all this the next hour we'll take your phone calls with Stephen Cohen and we'll be back with a man or woman on coast to coast AM time is running out to win five thousand dollars a week for life from publishers clearing house enter now at PCH dot com and you could win five grand a week week after week for life don't miss.
"ucb" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Yeah. That would probably on the Lower East Side that two bits that was on. Yeah. Well, it's it's a bar. Arcade. That's near UCB east. New York is a franchise. There's a franchise. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Williamsburg and. Yeah. And there's one in Chelsea now. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's a there's a video game store in the Lower East Side by UCB that was like an old school video game. Like, I could go in there and find a retro copy of Colonel trigger. It would cost me like one hundred twenty dollars. I don't know. Yes. They sold old school games. There used to be in a milk cart any s. Later, but that's the shit. Like they had that they probably own that space like in the seventies and eighties, and it's like rent controlled. Yeah. And now they're paying like thirty bucks and they sell one game. And they're set for like three months. There's an old milk carton that they had on the floor, and it was just filled with free-floating any or not any Sega. Genesis cartridges that you dick free. It's like it's the five dollar been and they were all like echo the dolphin. That's what I love about their pockets still in the Lower East Side where you just see that shit where it's just like. Yeah. I inherited this or I got in on the ground floor this one shop, that's like on avenue c or something like that. Where it just literally looks like it's just junk it just looks like garbage like the whole store is just garbage. It's supposed to be like like a convenience store. There's nothing in here. This is garbage. There's like an old doll head. I thought this is going to video games. In fact, I was like no I got to tell you about this garbage store. This store that sells garbage. That's all it is. It's like no nothing's for cell. Yeah. Is there there is this? There's this place in Boston just called Bodega. And when it opened it was this corner Bodega near the Berkley school of music, and it was just like the shitty little Bodega. But if you if you said to the guy working there, can I see the back. He would press a button, and the the vending machine would slide into the wall. And you'd go in the back, and it was an upscale clothing boutique for like hipsters, and I was like it's kinda cool because they never had a website that ever did any marketing, but as the years went on the level of coolness, drain. So it went from you have to ask to see the back to you have to stand in front of the vending machine to they just keep the vending machine open. So people walk in. By the way, it's just easier. This way, he's just outside being like, you know, it'd be cool. If there's a store that had like the secret place in the back. Yeah. And then if we could advertise, oh, we can't. Okay. Just open. It forget everything. I said now, she's a clothing store. Yeah. But it's been a while not a it's probably been about six months or so since I've been in a Archady would you play? I played a teenage mutant ninja turtles sort of like the like the shit that I like loved when you go to the movies. I would ask to go early. So I could play. 'cause then like that teenage mutant ninja turtles the Simpsons one of Simpson's. Arcade gives you the same exact gain. Yeah. Exactly. That's those those games like they basically are just like just like plug and play different costs. We're going to talk about today to a little bit like that too. I noticed when I was like a revisiting it. Yeah. I I'm a sucker for that. Shit though, just being like wired to kind of know what I have to do exactly. And you're like, oh, this is fucking yet. Yeah. It's X men. It seems mutant ninja turtles next four player games. Like, this is basically the same same. Yeah. Should we transition? We can transition into it. I guess we showed. Hey, guys. Look new players joined a podcast by the beginnings. People love in wide. They love them. He'll Don that was a good one. We'll done to say that was a good one. Well, Don, thank you guys..
"ucb" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Hey, guys. Welcome back to view from the cheap seats remind you we will be doing a character episode. We will be doing to maybe one or two music episodes. See how that pans out? And you should come see us do. People at Largo with will forte echo Akkas that has happening on Monday night, their grab tickets if you can great theater great. Oracle man, Largo just one of the best of the best the best. And then we're doing we're doing dumb people town live at sketch fest on January eleventh night before birthday the show starts at ten thirty. Scott Armstrong with us look from a few. Cast. We UCB sports and leisure is a podcast with Matt Walsh. Check it out dues asphalt's leisure. If you like this. You will love that. Yes. That everyone says that but actually if you're listening to this you'd probably would like that. Yeah. For sure this is real. The diagram is a circle over, sir. Like. We already did. Be. So check that out. I wanna talk about the the backup quarterback that was just the idea of the Washington Redskins. Got this kid. John kid. Josh johnson. Did you hear about this? No he's back of quarterback, and it real he's back up Sanchez. Yeah. Skins out of several lumpy Kasa. And by the way out Smith. I just read is not doing well with his leg several leg surgeries stem off infections such farmers in deep deep. Trouble was a he was a quarterback March Sanchez MVP last year. Great Redskin voice..
"ucb" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"And it was literally changed my life thirty nine, really great. Take care of myself. Before I was a philosophy professor before, yeah, philosophy professor before I came to comedy, man. That's awesome. I can't because ten years from now, I'm going to tell people. I was a comedian with the podcast before I started selling drugs. What do you think you're gonna? Do I see. Never. There's never a downtime for coke is going to be like an up like the eighties. Yeah, something like that. But never like sinks down to like I was going to be up and lesser up. Those are the two speeds. You were talking about being a psychiatrist who sells coke on the Cy. They sell coke in the office. To do that on the side. Kickback from the pharmaceutical. Well, we just figured out guys. And your game plan recently. Guys aside, but it's like, because I don't have, okay, you guys know this from living here from being in the entertainment industry is really. About this. I was like, I was like, oh, I usually buy whatever the new Nintendo is. Yes. But like because at this point I'm like, people don't pay you when they're supposed to pay. You write large chunk gets taken out for taxes and your representation. And so because of all those things are both also trying to pay for a wedding. Yeah, so I haven't bought the noon intendo. Okay. Yeah. 'cause I'd have. I'm like worried about like where the next paychecks. Yeah, so I don't have. I can't just like third on what does it like three fifty or something like that isn't the same? Why stop taking class at UCSB? I'm like, I can't justify. Yeah, that really that I've tried to do this for a living for real. I can't justify three hundred. What does it cost now at four hundred something I think it's four hundred fifty. Give them some of your blood. Only some like. The good kind like you have to. You gotta give them the whole shebang fare. You actually do have to buy book on top four. Not a bit. Out there is considering taking a UC class. You could buy a switch breath, the wild and Mario odyssey instead. I love it because I feel like anyway, it goes people like you might be offending them? No, any takes classes. UCB will openly be like, why did I do. Improvident you might agree with this. I think you need it for improv. 'cause I don't think the way the way especially the I, I love you see because the way they teach you, it is very specific and I think you don't normally think like that. Right. I don't think your brain is normally. Yes normally wired for that. Yeah. And so it takes a while for your to like switch the wires and everything. So I think you need those classes like you could argue. The first couple of classes is to the point where they're like, you have to sign up for the next level to get to this level to be able to audition for this like, all right now it's this is too much yet. Now we're just called territory. So what games are playing right now, all I play mostly our games to keep my keep my anxiety anxiety down. It's all it's all candy crush shoot. I wish. It's a lot of like candy crush jelly us all the candy crush soda us on the lives up bubble witch. They're all on your phone. What are you watching when you're playing this on your phone? That flicks. A lot of murder mysteries of like whatever the whatever show is out on that flicks so can't be something that's so engrossing it has to be skate level sweet like you have to be distracted by things. Every time there's a new shifts table. You're like, I'm in the fucking nailed it. Luke cage glow, whatever it is. I like I like the shows, but they're not like they don't take your entire attention, bro and emotional apparatus to, yeah, yeah, they are very much fifty percent shows and you're playing fifty percent games to go along with. And so that's that's what Nancy. I do. Also there's another one called, whereas champions, which is just like a very dumb marvel fighting game, but you just like us hit. It's basically like button mashing screen. So that also..
"ucb" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I think in a lot of ways it's it's important a lot of ways, but I think the most important is finding a tribe alike, minded tribe of people that are are doing what you do and experiencing what you're experiencing, can kind of you can kind of work with them, and it kind of teaches you how to be collaborative and teaches you how to know like, yes, I'm succeeding, but I'm only succeeding because you're succeeding, and so that you know is really strong thing because as you go into these professional environments where like you want the movie to be good, be also want the scene to be good, and you also want the other actor to look good because that will make you look good and some actors don't think that way. So I think the UCB improv, I think that's main thing that that you get from that and. Then I think it's important to get on stage and and fail a lot. And that place was a pretty safe space to fail. And I don't think I would have been as comfortable breaking the rules. Now, if I didn't know what that failure felt like. Sure, I, those are two very, very a incredible things that people may not realize that you get from that improv schedule, especially that generosity. Yes, you know, ju just right at the ground level. Yes. And principal? Yeah, that's rooted in generosity. I agree with what you say, and I'm going to give you some more, keep giving more and to have that sort of guide your life is very. Yeah, very interesting. I think it's important. I mean, I feel lucky for it. You know, I think stand up is high art, and I think that it's like one of the most important things that we have and do. I am always one of my regrets that I didn't put my time into it, and I focused on acting and improv, which is different, the different skill and it's harder to stand out. Because there's two people on stage. Inevitably people are going to pick a favorite three people on stage. People are gonna pick two favorites, like the deck is stacked. However, if you can succeed there by making the other two people look good and trusting that eventually you'll look good because they're making you look good, then you can kind. It doesn't matter who's on stage. And so that is something that I learned there. And then I also learned how to be a straight up slaying killer and know that you off station we are. We went from generosity to violence at the end, but to comedy, Russian. This is like and stand up. There's like this bitterness and anger, and that's why I'm always impressed by the improv world where it is sort of like shine. No, there's a bitterness and anger there to come out as much. Yeah. Well, it's hidden. It's hidden. Well, I think that's maybe. Kills maybe saying you're able to find it. I wanted to talk about another comedian, your former Mindy project colleague fortune fem- stir she was on this show last week, and she told us that the political situation in the US has gotten too dark and polarizing even joke about it anymore. You're fairly vocal about your your views, and you work as a producer and an actor on the president show comedy, central political satire about the White House. What do you think is the role of humor in times?.
"ucb" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"There's that moment we told people what you do for a living if you feel like actually not like them because you're on a plane or something and you're they're gonna ask you to tell the joker tell you palmer like whatever it is if you're like actually telling the truth that people will say to me anyway like all my this the hardest job because you have to get up in front of people and that's not difficult for me so so it's hard for me to not hard for me so then i always say that like no i swear that's like actually fleeing from me like it's just different people have different skills and some people like open up ahead and they look at a brain and they do things to it's like i'm just like doing something that feels fine but for you that's incredible that you are able to do this well i mean i guess it's like doing my whole life i was just telling my partner that one of the last times i was in la i was actually going to come to a show of yours and i couldn't go because i felt like the show i was worried sometimes comics are interactive with the audience and even being in the audience and feeling interacted with it's like my nervous system just runs so high everywhere so so it's just like the whole world all the time and so on stage exceptional totally get that a lot of people also you can see in the audience who's having that experience especially like at the ucb which might have been the air coming pretty small and you can kind of see people's faces and i try not to talk to people that i think are going to have a terrible night.
"ucb" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You weren't embarrass when you were doing these exercises like now ag leica guerrilla now it was also valuable banana no i you know all that stuff it's embarrassing when you're doing it in high school and there's there's the jock it's taking acting clash fairer ekran accident yeah but there it's like you're also trying to find the banana better than fats value right right so i was able to kind of let my freak flag fly i guess obama ahead and gun of and dole algerian and did you any comedy while you were there did using comedic blazer yeah and you know i was really in the comedy as a kid to i don't know why an i never like if i had its do over again i have gone and after school i would have gone and tried to in a jew groundlings like you day aha or ucb ucb or something like that um at but i mean it was even a round yet it was so long ago but something like that i think that's a real talk about finding your tribe like that is a oh not only a great groundlings a you see those aren't just great places but the people that are there are yes lovely in and there we were all the freak in our town we found each other yala's bernice exciting and it was as you say it was really competitive which was healthy i feel because iaf that at the groundlings uh in particular that the the workload was was was great if you wanted to have success there you know you had right six sketches a week yup ana and put them up on wednesday and then you know if you're super lucky to got under the show on sunday and yes you just had to be really prefer prolific an it did teach above all things just discipline that you are going to have to have if he wanted to do this south and which is great because i think when they teach that discipline at schools of ghana college a it didn't seem to applied anything ally wherever righty sagacious papers on number do this realized whatever the iaaf did perform in front of an audience yes i yeah that's real i have to.
"ucb" Discussed on Fresh Batch | A Bachelor Recap Podcast with Michelle Collins
"Mrs where making me cry i'm like being on the adrian imagining this guy at the ucb east and being like we met there go back remember ucs railing sad really against the bartonella there no you you would have liked it out this is nice guys like that than him lockout we'd that's leiria so god is like it's it's such a visceral train cry mongering rob one that i threw up on the train platform ones when i was at me and my 20s and i didn't know like i i never drank a ton like i never binge dino in that way like a couple of times by accident but i was on atkins diet which i know i tried recently ito like basically it wasn't that into that word qito back then it was just atkins who ended up slipping and cracking his head open on some ice now he's debt mud loved that narrative him by by the the way way he's like doni brand and where spike you in the women's is diet so i had not even any brad and it went to this party where they had just baaken gin and i was like i'll just range and with no mixer because i'm a dumb asio off and i was like and i had like nothing in my stomach and it looked fantastic honestly like i look back i thought it was fat them and i look back and it's like dna we almost have it all you know i always i beg of like if i knew then and now i think we'll maybe that's where i am now and ten years from now remind myself that all the time because there is a rosy a picture that was posted leg years ago and i'm like i remember thinking i had such a fat arm in this picture and then i look at it and i'm like look at this tiny sing i was doll bones back man and now i'm like well maybe when i'm like 45 i'm going to look back now bedridden tlc cameras there he like i should have been fucking everyone crazy i like owned my body whatever but i you know many things i really wanna become a body activist making noted that pleased martin everybody i'm telling you but then i fear.
"ucb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And i could go back to the croatian dynamic and when you look in europe and placed on his way you'd be any the ecb target of two percent but game when you think of inflation have buried lagging indicator and economic growth in europe even unemployment's declined in europe that won't cut up under the risk to european inflation higher not know dan it's not just the ucb the federal reserve as you say this is the you're saying there says before at least four increases this year thus not what the markets had been signalling where the fed not yet but it came when you think outlook at the pipe tang i mean we could have very big the new coming in the us open at tax cuts and indeed the budget i mean not news for markets uh the us deficit will be five percent that may well cost problems later but in the short run that uh is remembering action of growth coming through to the economies running halt um and market needs to catch up with that and when you talk about wage inflation that is very good news because we've been waiting for that for a number of years now we have we've been waiting for it uh very lagging indicator but what gives is it gives expert told us to those confused when you think of what consumers all be three quarters of the united states economy and don't spend more so i came when you think of the risks to this scenario clunky stronger not weaker nature argument put the just being that little bit more activity so let me sass forward you into the summer a where would you see treasuries patrick by the femip will be free and a quarter percent maybe even three and a half percent so when you're thinking of bombed markets the placing busta should become p up is in credit markets particularly highheeled markets there's no reason the credits brightens called contract from here i'm from the brave emerging markets uh when you think of emerging markets because local bunk and so brazilian bond in brasilia rio and you go temple to treat eu in many of the emerging markets scott sizes cheese investment officer for fixed income.
"ucb" Discussed on Forever35
"Thanks have their when i started college you could smoke in the dining hall totally and you could select a smoking dormer yes you had to say whether you are smoker and they will follow the smoking roommate a hundred by now they seem like the dark ages yeah that's weird rightly whenever he see the smoking section at disneyland i mike whites that is a that exist in an engrossing like other sad people yes while i was happily that for many years yeah but the second we got iphones iphones reporter whatever phone you use that repelling those at so into the you know what i would started doing comedy at the ucb theater in two thousand and two i would stand out shut aside between shows and smoke so it looked like i had something to do yeah but now i would just look at my phone totally so there you go we're all just but then phones are are bad indifferent yeah you get tech knack anyway kate how was your week getting sick so dory i had mentioned that i wanted to talk to you about this because because i was sick i did not exercise all week and i also didn't extra says because they had a lot of other things going on i was on deadline for something that i was writing and i just was like you know what the thing that's going to have to go this week is exercised in and it was a great choice great i felt really good about it and i feel like it's an important reminder for me because oftentimes there's a lot of like guilt tied up and if i don't exercise hopefully one because in addition to like it feeling good physically and making me stronger it helps my mental health um but i'm also kind of like happy to say that my everything stayed okay missing weaken i didn't i didn't beat myself up for not going up policies and taking long walks or whatever it is that i like to do.
"ucb" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Like men probably don't like me as much i'm not i'm not fun girl anymore not not like that but i am happy in this space that was coming out of manic energy was coming out of like my uncomfortable near so i think i was like i was like that all of my 20s where i'm just like not noticing what i'm doing is much because i i think this is helms supposed to react i could see that i don't wanna holier than thou i shouldn't have been on okay cuban a year ago should have been on soroun i saw this in the newspaper i bring this up because you you might know the sky ngo um he's known as the ubc rapist the ucb rapist aaron glaser now and upandcoming comic whose career was shredded when an influence so influential improv group operates citizens brigade booted him over rape allegations is now suing the troop claiming reversed gender discrimination get the fat out aaron glaser thirty of long island daily this whole segment just put the word allegedly mmhmm because allegedly this guy you know susil who'd even talk about it yeah oh yeah here on after a lot of sell every sentence in this segment of case in the girl starts with alleged but we're not going to do that because then it'll her ears while the near post is allegedly writing meaning aaron glaser thirty of long island says in his manhattan federal suit that ucb cofounded by comics such as amy poehler and horatio sans should be stripped of the federal money received as part of a small business loan for believing quote hollow in wrong for wrongful allegations.
"ucb" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"On facebook you can find us on twitter bagged the ucb team at this morning show find me directly on twitter as well at gordon deal with enemy against john spinning the most money since two thousand seven time to get on the same page when it comes to your budget how you ask we're joined by dr willie jolly and his wife dr de taylor jolly coauthors of the new book called make love make money megat last ten secrets to shape marriage willie give us gouge neighbor map a thirty two year and we have not had an argument it over thirty years and the people they hurt but ninten for years where like world war three but we learnt capitals that have helped and they help particularly as you go to the holidays to help people would big three boulders breakup money communication and they become more intensified doing the how his 'cause you got a lot more stress so take your lally with the communication yeah oh after limping you'd gathering together john family members friends distant relatives and people who now of the hot buttons to push to to your game so communication for example says um i need to listen i don't have to respond to everything and sometimes necessary to be prepared with some phrases that you can use to keep things under control the right i would imagine that the improved no would help the abu sex in money at hurley the rightly right and while you are absolutely on pargat communique he really is the korda of like the foundation of all the the issues that trump for marriage it whether it's so funny and a key to the holiday flag to communicate.
"ucb" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Kadriu october 30th as of monday if you're in new york city come see astronomy club at a ucb east village 9 o'clock monday october 30th and if you rate reviews on i tunes gives five stars we will read your reviews on the air here we go this is a key forgetting which ones are okay they remind me of my friends by cocoa amy girl the chemistry is spot on i tell pretty much every one of us do this podcast thank you i love how detail they are in the reviews and how socially aware they are this is made me look more indepth to the show and films i watch and much more comfortable with talking about race also i feel like you should review the classic films cinderella starring brandy how kevin the rain is asian toe all whitney houston i mean the film is so multicultural and they never make mention of it that was a tv film though all right but yeah okay we can look at our away one more we gotta hilarious and insightful this is by g s g d h f i get so excited every tuesday to listen to the new episode you guys were so entertaining and my absolute favorite podcast i listen to your show arm walk into class and have to remember that i can can't laugh out loud were walking alone yes you can manage got do don't joy lau the people see it spread it are we also also there were two women who came to the ucb show and i was rushing out come back again we are chat output everything or james's tap colonel he got when a ucb a he can't say no.
"ucb" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To the full amount of the insurance and if it's twenty five thousand dollars and they're paying twenty five thousand dollars off the warrior gets money the medical provider gets money and ucb affectively get the rest depends on how the retainers written up but the fact that you paid out of pocket who you know who you're gonna get it from uh it well mercury and nine understand but there but there are limits are 25000 dollars and they've paid twenty five thousand dollars now where you're going to go a vote the problem yeah that is the problem that you got it that's your problem now the trick is for you to have uninsured inge are insurance and or underinsured now do you have medical insurance i do all right so then they probably paid for most of it i would think yeah the pa the igf 1 under occurred is exactly what is exactly twenty five so i can't get any more than that well hold on hold on up to twenty five thousand here's where i think your lawyer you have to be really careful your warrior is that your warrior house to negotiate on your behalf pain the medical bills okay all right that's where you want to go to reduce at all how much money if you've gotten of they settled it already that they write the check for 25000 yeah okay then then it's up to your lawyer now to negotiate the medical bills way down okay and you negotiate with him to bring the retainer way down hopefully it will do that all i doubted the lawyers probably gonna be successful the medical people you're not going to be very successful with the lawyer reducing his feet wide because his lawyer but that's what that's where you want to go without that's why you're a big fan of insurance which is why medical insurance is important are underinsured so i have a policy i think as half a million dollars of underinsured and uh you know it that's a lot of underinsured insurance unless it becomes catastrophic and then i've got insurance cover that i mean either way my answer to everything is over insure yourself you know spend the money but at least you have peace of mind i mean you may have more no mind left depending on what kind of.
"ucb" Discussed on Who Charted
"Yeah well you saying chris still broke up with her no i'm just saying to be in a team or you're not on the either team began to seem soak ago based on what i know of these people for us was in the house bunny i ever saw it okay chris proud is from guardians of the galaxy tried to watch it could some team of tv paris all right i mean that's that is ironclad logic ironclad how should we talk about the show we did your went up we must show kula now we inner sanctum the know you see be dinner saying that night dinner theater yes ucb theater and sunset and the sun and it's called over there ucb sensor and what it's not the inner sanctum it's the main theatre fades we were lahser we where we will this past thursday matt vasser was our guest the d c b one one fourth of at least eight school you can hear it in a few weeks on such a premium to you wish the scott would have made his own theatre comedy theater no you'd rather be you'd rather lord over the podcast empire well what i'm doing you would rather be the kingpin in the hall podcast comedy bang bang touring as opposed to physical cool up and scott theaters dotted all over a hollywood here you wouldn't want a train a whole generation to be like koolup follow the kula method now again so no regret he may i guess so yeah no regrets how i'm you know young kevin as a producer now did you know this yeah in fact i just learned that he produced our show over there which is great to hear it kevin congratulations keep up the good work this shows called live from ucb cbs produced by young kevin in your walls.
"ucb" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
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"ucb" Discussed on Channel 33
"That story have that can a snowball effect whereby the and everything kind of fits together and holly shit wow what an amazing movie yes you know at the other thing we've learned is that reading a movie the biggest differences because you're watching with a bunch of people you do need those big pants down moments because it's so much more fun to watch a comedy especially with a group of people you know when you're at home watching tv and i've said this before but i don't really laugh out loud often in i like smile to myself wistfully and how your touch the screen aena had myself but when you're on a movie and other people are laughing you just want to get in on it and it's it's more like they just really visit the actual experience spearing hauser's head the trickle experience bs corral leader can be saigon jack to church ucb is it's physical though to right you hear somebody responding in your body so yes i should say you're thing oh god i know i'm sorry and pimping you into this she was saying it's the physical expression of pleasure with she's a lot like i'm there's a a import audio in a united as more external expressions of it more so than drama were drama somebody could be can sitting at the whole time they're like i liked that ed pleasure from that but you don't really see that place you but firmed comedy who actually you don't need somebody arriving abound this is a did he like it you like oh it's all your new delighted yeah was shown i'm okay gay but what you mean about tv so you guys see rough night if you will money sean i want to have a laughter orgasm comes rough night in the theater via i do understand what you mean by tv which is when you're amused by something you just seem amused and you're not a physical reaction but so when you guys are trying right these pants down moments as you say is that is a hard isn't hard to do look a comedy set piece the construction of it is a little bit different and i think that that's something that we knew that you know like you have to be able to have somebody who you know is.