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MLB rips Justin Turner for celebrating with teammates after positive COVID-19 test
"League Baseball officials say Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was wrong to go into the field to celebrate the World Series win with his teammates after he was pulled from the game because his Corona virus test came back positive. A statement issued by the MLB says it's clear that Turner chose to disregard the agreed upon joint protocols and the instructions he was given regarding the safety and protection of others. The MLB commissioner's office has begun a full investigation.
Dodgers star, Justin Turner, under MLB probe for returning to field after positive COVID-19 test
"So many questions for third baseman Justin Turner, who celebrated last night's Dodgers win on the field after being pulled for testing positive for covert 19 Major League Baseball now, saying that when the positive test came back, Turner was placed into isolation, but that he chose to disregard the agreed upon joint protocols and the instructions he was given. MLB is calling Turner's decision wrong and saying that when MLB security raise the matter of being on the field with Earner that he emphatically refused to comply. MLB is now launching an investigation and neither the Rays nor Dodgers Khun Travel home until health authorities give them the OK
The Dodgers' Justin Turner Celebrates With Teammates After Testing Positive For Virus
"Despite a positive covert test and major league Baseball doesn't like it at all. In a statement, Major League Baseball basically said they tried to keep Dodger third baseman Justin Turner in isolation after he was pulled from Game six of the World Series for a positive Covad test. But his radio dot com sports Baseball insider John Hammon said Turner didn't cooperate. Security on the other people in MLB urged him to stay in the isolation booth. And could not listen anyone out on the field. I think you will regret it. It's not something that he could have done, the league statement said. While a desire to celebrate is understandable, Turner's decision to leave isolation and enter the field was wrong and put everyone he came into contact with at risk. Randy Cardew mechanics 10 70 news radio. So
Dodgers star under MLB probe for returning to field after positive COVID test
"After the game Dodger third baseman Justin Turner, it tested positive for covert 19. That's why he was taken out of the game in the top of the eighth. MLB informed the Dodgers in the second inning. That the Monday test result from Turner showed irregularities. They expedited Tuesday's test and that one came back positive. So Salt Lake City informed MLB. They told the Dodgers to remove Turner from the game. He went into isolation in a room in the clubhouse with his wife. Meanwhile, the Dodgers going to win the game, they celebrate their victory on the field. Turner texted his teammates and how much he wanted to be out there with him, and he did come out of isolation. Wearing a mask. He mingled with teammates. He removed the mask to take part in a team photo. He also handle the World Series trophy and, according to MLB, Turner emphatically refused to comply when MLB security asked him to leave the field. In a statement today, Major League Baseball said that Turner chose to disregard the agreed upon joint protocols and the instructions he was given regarding the safety and protection of others. The statement went on to say that Turner's decision to leave isolation and enter the field was wrong and put everyone he came in contact
The Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner Celebrates With Teammates After Testing Positive For Virus
"Major League Baseball says it's investigating the actions of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Justin Turner, who was pulled from Game six due to a positive covert 19 tests, but took the field to celebrate with his teammates after the game, even held the World Series trophy before others.
Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988
"Year, the city of Angels is celebrating. Dave Roberts, 20 Los Angeles Dodgers won their first World Series title since 1988 beating the Tampa Bay Rays 3 to 1 last night. Dodger third baseman Justin Turner had to be removed mid game after testing positive for covert 19. Turner is the first player to test positive this postseason. But he says he feels fine and he was seen celebrating on the field after the game. And you know, tiny. My first memory of baseball was that 1988 Siri's, with Kirk Gibson, famously pumping his fists around the bases. So it has been a while for Dodger fans. Yes, and from my house last night in so Cal, All you could see was fireworks in the sky as Angelenos celebrated this long awaited victory.
Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner pulled mid-game during World Series win after positive Covid-19 test
"Win three one, win the series and six, but being completely overshadowed one of the grandest franchises in sports winning the World Series Championship after three decade plus drought is being overshadowed by one player having to leave the game doing a positive corona virus tests and that is just turner but that is also so twenty twenty Jeff Passan is with us this morning Jeff have little more details on what went on that allowed Turner to be on the field for the post game celebration. Hasn't been nothing really allowed him to be on the field. He just chose to be field and nobody was going to drag off after he won the world series. He essentially said I'm going out there and nothing's GonNa stop me I want to pose with the trophy I wanna be with my teammates I want to choose celebrate like somebody WHO's won the world series for the first time and nothing was gonNA stop him and the fallout from that we're GONNA see over the next couple of days hopefully there. Are No other positive corona virus tests on the Los Angeles dodgers. But you know that all remains to be seen as does how they're going to get back to Los Angeles. When they're going to go back, there are a lot of questions still jeff. I don't put this on Justin Turner nor do I put this on the dodgers but how big of an indictment is this on the MLB? They're the ones that pulled him from the game in a there's the one that told him he needs to quarantine. When we see these Leagues Have Championship Games. There are people in the League office who were their security from league offices are there where where is the MLB and all this? Well I think the security tried to stop him from going on there but he you know this is a guy who's covert positive. So is security going to put their hands on him or are they GONNA to? Contract the virus themselves probably not, but they they didn't stop it from going out there and they did remove them and I. Think Rob Manfred got some questions answer about how that happened about what protocols were in place and why they weren't followed. Let me ask you this Jeff Obviously La in second biggest market for Major, League baseball outside of New York in the Yankees Major League Baseball don't want the headline story to be about covert the day after the second biggest market had just won the championship. Course not but I think regardless of weather. Justin Turner went onto the field or not it was going to be pretty interesting part of the story I. Think the fact that he did go back out there makes it a much bigger story now because there are questions, why did he go back out there? How did he go back out there? Who allowed him back out there? How did they not stop it? Jeff what are what are you hearing around the league this early morning about his teammates embracing the fact that he was able to join them for big celebration. GonNa go on up checks message here that I got from general manager. It's A super spreader event on live. TV. Welcome to twenty twenty. And I'M GONNA PULL UP A. Dm I got from an active player isn't here. Now it's nice, but essentially it's What the F. is going on. And that's kind of a thought around baseball and yet. You guys were players let let's put you in that same situation you gotten cut. Seven years ago, and this organization gave you a chance you blossom into an all-star to guy who gets MVP vote someone who's made fifty million dollars somebody who's a leader in the clubhouse and is seen as one of the voices and wants to celebrate this thing that he has worked so hard to celebrate. Would you have gone back out there As a teammate I'm okay with it I don't know if it was me dead had tested positive. I. Don't know because it would had to have happened in the moment and I would have probably responded reacted to my teammates, my coaches in people around me if they was embracing situation most likely I would have joined. But if Jay Wheel for instance is tested positive and he's my teammate I'm. Come on man we me. Yeah this is so subjective Jeff because I'm different I would have wanted to celebrate with my teammates. I just would've wore masks I would have done it differently but. turnage Justin Justin Turner did wear a mask out originally, but there were a couple of instances where cameras got him. He was talking to his wife taking pictures with her gave her a kiss mask was off and he was sitting down on the field for the team picture. To his left was the championship trophy to his right was Dave Roberts the dodgers manager who ten years ago was diagnosed with Hodgkin. Lymphoma. So He's a cancer survivor. He's the person who has a pre existing condition and Justin Turner daybreak spoke for mascots at that point now Dave Roberts told Fox later on I think it was something to the effect that I didn't touch him. but you know he was he was in the same vicinity wasn't for fifteen minutes wasn't close contact defined by CDC but the optics on it as Andrew Freedom and the president of baseball operations says not good.
Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988
"The World Series Mark Myers reports the Los Angeles Dodgers or World Series champions, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3 to 1 in Game six to win it four games to two L. A earns its first title since 1988. Shortstop Corey Seager was named Siri's MVP. They started the party without Star third baseman Justin Turner. After he tested positive for covert 19 during the game. There was
Justin Turner celebrates Dodgers' World Series-clinching win on field despite mid-game positive COVID-19 test
"Jeff Passan you are somewhere in Arlington Texas right now it is one thirty eight am eastern time. So where exactly are you and I guess what's the last hour of your life been like? I don't know where I am right now Jeff. Passan covers baseball for ESPN and has been unbanned from this podcast after planting the Randy Arosa Raina Song in all of our brains last week. I'm I'm living in I'm living in Corona virus hell right now because I- Pablo I've been covering baseball for seventeen years now I have seen the Boston Red Sox win their first world series eighty, six I've seen the Chicago cubs win their first world series in one, hundred, eight years and I'm not sure that I've seen anything is crazy as what happened after the Los Angeles dodgers won their first world series in thirty two years tonight I mean let's get right into this then because what was the weirdest baseball season ever has ended with the weirdest world series after ever say and there's a great game to dissect here but. It's really hard to bury the lead of Justin, Turner the dodgers star Third Baseman getting pulled some time after his third at bat in that game because he had apparently tested positive for covert, and then a bunch of other stuff happened Jeff and that's where you come in. So what the Hell happened I was scrambling as all of this was going on Pablo because Fox, right after the dodgers won the world series announce on their broadcast that Justin Turner had tested positive for Covid nineteen but we started this show is some breaking news after the completion the game tonight we are informed by Major League baseball that Justin Turner received a positive Cova test. That's why he was removed from the game. We have no other details at this time I get the word that, yes, he had tested positive and the way that the story was told to me was that Major League baseball does one corona virus tests per day four players who were in the bubble and for family members and everybody else. That test from Monday got SENT TO THEIR LAB IN UTAH. The tests were run and they came back late that and Turner's tests was the only one that was inconclusive and as the inconclusive result for Justin, Turner had come back right around that same time the tests from today that had been taken had arrived in Utah. Now, they were getting ready to spin the sample of Justin, Turner from Monday to to retest it and see if there were. Any different results, but they said, forget that test, the one that came in today the results came back in about two hours around the seventh inning at which point a positive had been confirmed and immediately Major League Baseball was informed of this called. The Los Angeles dodgers. It was fed into the dugout and Justin Turner was pulled from the game and told to isolate. Justin Turner. Did Not isolate and that's and that's that's the part Pablo that I think so many people are going to remember from this. The very odd seen on the field where Justin Turner at one point is taking a team picture with the Los Angeles dodgers and he's sitting next to Dave Roberts his manager who also was not wearing a mask can who is a cancer survivor? After he had tested positive for Covid nineteen I, think people out in the world saw that and said what in God's name is going on here. I was one of those people out in the world in my living room like so many others in their living rooms wondering wait a minute. This is a very sophisticated game with many protocols. How did Justin Turner get cleared to be out on the field doing all the things you just mentioned? Justin Turner. Did Not get cleared Justin Turner just wanted to go celebrate with his friends with his teammates with his wife who I saw a picture of him kissing on the field and with all of the people who he won this championship with I had a GM text me as this was going on. And he said, is there a super spreader event going on at the World Series Right now? And it's it's not an unreasonable question to ask now Justin Turner did say in a tweet that he's not feeling any symptoms that he's doing. Alright. So bats great to hear, but it's not like. This is the Los Angeles dodgers team Pablo that hasn't had issues with covid Nineteen
Los Angeles Dodgers' Turner tests positive for coronavirus
"Justin Turner was roof from Los Angeles is 31 victory over Tampa Bay in Game six after registering Major League Baseball's first positive test in 59 days and wasn't on the field is the Dodgers enjoy the spoils of a title earned during a most unusual season, their first World Series championship since 1988 Is's townhall dot com.
‘Moving in the wrong direction’: Coronavirus positivity rate increases in Houston, mayor says
"Mayor Sylvester Turner says the city's Corona virus positivity rate appears to be moving in the wrong direction, Turner said yesterday. The rate is now back up to 6.5% after having dropped the target a goal of 5% early this month. Two weeks ago, the mayor set the goal of reaching a 2.5% positivity raid by the middle of November. Turner says Houston isn't canceling Halloween, but he encouraged residents to find a safer alternative to trick or treating.
Halloween not canceled in Houston but the mayor is asking you to make some changes
"Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is afraid the city's covert rate is headed back up. So he's encouraging residents to maintain covert protocols this Halloween weekend. The city is not. We're not canceling Halloween, but we are encouraging people to forgo traditional trick or treating and Halloween gatherings this year in favor of safer alternatives. The mayor suggested one way trick or treating where you set out prepackaged goody bags of candy that families could pick up without knocking on doors.
LA leads Series 2-1 after dominant Buehler start
"Dominant for Los Angeles, striking out 10 and six settings and pulsating performance in Los Angeles beef to have a race six to Friday night for a 21 World Series lead. Justin Turner, Harvard in the first inning against a surprisingly hittable Charlie Morton, who's chasing the fifth. Sadly suffer well Tampa Bay and all phases, leaving the Rays scuffling offense with a 206 average and 11 runs in the series.
Los Angeles Dodgers put on a show in Game 3 win over Tampa Bay Rays
"Angeles Dodgers have one game three of the World Series. They beat the Tampa Bay Rays. 6 to 2 Blue Blind Field in Arlington, Texas. The Dodgers now take up two games to one lead in the series. The Dodgers getting home runs from Justin Turner in Austin Barnes Max Muncy with a two run single. Walker Buehler was outstanding on the mound for the Dodgers, allowing just one run on three hits, Striking out 10/6 innings. Charlie Morton takes the lost for the Tampa Bay Rays. Randy arose. Arena homered in a losing cause.
Los Angeles Dodgers beat Tampa Bay Rays
"Three of the World Series goes to the Los Angeles Dodgers. They beat the Tampa Bay game range 6 to 2 to take a two games to one lead in the series and global I field in Arlington, Texas. Dodger starter Walker Buehler allowed one. Ray's running three hits, well, striking out 10/6 innings to pick up the win. Justin Turner and Austin Barnes homered for the Dodgers. Game four will be shortly after eight o'clock later this
Buehler leads Dodgers over Rays 6-2 for 2-1 Series lead
"Behind the superb pitching of Walker Buehler the Dodgers beat the rays sixty two Buehler allowed a run on three hits over six innings he struck out ten facing Tampa bay's Charlie Morton the Dodgers built a five nothing lead after four innings and weren't much threatened after that LA got solo home run from Justin Turner and Austin Barnes the rays Randy arose arena in his record tying eighth home run of this postseason now up two games to one LA is half way to its first World Series title in thirty two years I am mark Myers
Houston Mayor delivers State of the City address virtually
"Our time Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner with his state of the city address yesterday, stating the obvious. Covic. He says, is what hurt our economy. The city's revenue stream has been affected with the loss in sales tax and of the revenue of over $107 million Didn't say a whole lot about the continued shutdown. Put the group Houston first, he says in charge of finding additional revenue, Sir sources. Ah huh? That's
Governor deploying National Guard to Indiana nursing homes to help with COVID fight
"Than half of the state's Corona virus virus deaths deaths have have come come from from either either nursing nursing homes homes or or long long term term care care facilities. facilities. So So now now the the state state is is sending sending Corona Corona virus virus reinforcements. reinforcements. Turner Turner Sing Sing homes. homes. Eric Eric Berman Berman reports. reports. National National Guard Guard troops will help out with administrative tasks. Regular staff have more time to take care of residents and the state Health Department. We use a reserve force of retired health professionals to help with infection control training. Chief medical officer of Lindsay Weaver says 11 facilities this week have asked for help from the reserve to plug staff shortages. I want to acknowledge our healthcare workforce, they are exhausted. They have been running a marathon at a sprint pace for eight months. Governor Holcomb says stemming the tide and nursing homes would also produced the spread in the community and take pressure off hospitals.
"w turner" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Original listening might as well just listen to the original. So I was on the verge of giving up on the song and then we tried one more thing which was the guy's, and I have very disparate music tastes. But one of the few bands that we all agree on his legacy and I turn to my drummer my bass. Player and I said, why don't you try playing like a burning county and jolly and immediately looked into that groove that starts the song on the record and Straightway was like we got it. We've found it. This is how this is going to be because it was so radically different but it had a really distinctive character to it, and then from that, you know building other lives on top of it quite something quite sort of ambient in. Of the top in counterpoint to the aggression of the rhythm section on it's probably the song I'm proudest of mice out of the split. Franklin and know about your experience hearing the no effects versions of your songs. Is there anything that surprised you were able to bring out something in the song that you maybe didn't know or had forgotten about Very much. So I mean, the first thing is when we agreed to do the split, a wonderful thing happened, and this wasn't avert discussed at any point, but it was just kind of understood between me and Mike that neither of US would have any input into the other classes creative approach to the record. I. So the first time I had any music from non effects including knowing even what they were doing was when I had the finish mixes and there was something really cool about that festival it demonstrates that allows degree of trust between the two of us as writers as as arranges which. Is Cooler and I mean that's kind of why we agreed to do it with each other specifically. But also it meant that I go to listen to this this. Let all my it kind of objective listening. You know I, put it on as if it was a record that I just bought obviously I then had songs, woods and chords that I wrote coming out of the speakers but through the medium of non thanks, very distinct tonality and that was an amazing moment for me because I'm such a huge fan and and to hear you know something like substitute.
"w turner" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Sister Rosetta uses a songwriting device that POPs up in several frank. Turner. Songs that I was curious about you use a lot of religious language to describe kind of secular people and places Yeah. What is it about this technique? You find interesting well I mean it's a number of things I mean I might start sites probably because I received what you could probably describe as classical education I was educated on a scholarship at a boarding school in you know that meant I know my Bible and I know King James Authorized as well. I mean infanticide you know I think it's the. Thing that the using that language is very tempting, right because it's so powerful and so resident both in and of itself, and because of the place is in Western culture historically, and I think that dillon doesn't follow that and indeed springsteen and other people as well. Leonard Cohen Nick Cave, you know these are people who engage with that idiom because it's kind of it's enormously rich and complex, but is there for US So that's a big I think I. as I mentioned I was raised in a religious household as well, which contributes I. I'm an atheist myself that that's hugely important. You know it's it's it's a rich literary scene to play with more philosophically I would say that. And I don't think any of this particular original insights from the US. But you know there is a religious impulse in humans. Or collectivist impulse that idea that that designed to lose yourself in something greater than yourself historically you know the the most common way that people have done that has been religion. And I understand that but you know when you see people are eligible to own talking about all. Maybe we need to create an atheist church to give that religious sense to people who don't believe in God I think to myself. This is a man who's never been to a GIG or football match. There are many other ways that human beings do this in a full crowds, a good example or any sports properly or indeed a GIG and a sing-along, and there is something you know I think that. I mean to agree I feel like human beings have a religious impulse in its it. That's really do anything about that, and what we need to do is find that safe and constructive in healthy ways to channel that because one of the otherwise guess challenges is dubious political movements, of course. So you know first of all I find role to be redemptive in the sense that I'm discussing here but also I think it's a bad thing for society when kids are getting their rooks off at rock and roll Singalong than they are in kind of Brown shed uniforms or whatever else they might be interested. We'll wrap it up with Frank Turner in a minute stay with us. What was it like for him hearing super famous punk band no fx cover his songs the answer after the break it's bulls high for maximum fund dot org an NPR. Aaron door tells his flock of pro gun followers on facebook that he's tirelessly fighting for their second amendment rights. But if that's true. Why do so many pro gun republicans hate him so much Aaron door a scam artist, a liar. And he is doing I lands no services no favours find out on the no compromise podcast from NPR. A Fair havens a city in a bubble. An actual bubble, it keeps the monsters out most of them. Anyway. Never liked the look of flu vs on blue for my money paid Max as the superior format I'm thinking of deleting facebook and going back to my space as far as beverages go on just kind of over blotter. Though I guess at any given party, you're GonNa meet some dudes like that even if you're not in the middle of a nightmarish wasteland. Bubble the SCI FI comedy for maximum fund dot. Org just open your podcast APP and search for bubble. It's Bulls Eye Jesse Thorn our guest is Frank. Turner he's a UK based singer Songwriter. He's being interviewed by my friend Jordan Morris. Let's get back into it. So frank your new album is a split album with the hardcore punk band. No effects. Where you cover each other's songs how did the idea to collaborate like this come about? Well so the mutual cover split was a feature of the Hukou punk scene in the eighties and the nineties on the underground on the diy seen that was a big rash of a mutual records and then that person kind of reached its apogee. North Branson to the split in two thousand and two. It was really good. But it was also like to the big bands on the scene doing it and it kind of it almost like killed the vehicle by. Through its on level of success and no one's really dumb incense Mike from Norfolk's friend. It's it's a weird thing because I grew up listening to his music and I've still a small small adolescent part of me. That is slightly kind of giggling whenever we hang out like. But you know we genuinely friends. lost. Some of we did a festival together in Italy. We crossed pods on the festival circuit has bands of want to do and Mike turned around and said. Would you be interested in doing a couple of Split and I managed to hide my excitement I think comply play cool initially, but you know it's I. think it's a cool. Medium for creative expression goes back to everything I was saying other about arrangement and trying to find different approaches to songs in different character and songs. And it's one of my favorite bands and so for me doing side of the split was awesome because it was like cool. How like? Find a new way into some of the I know in love and demonstrated. That's well but also you know to hear no effects play. My songs is is a trip man. Let me tell the so Yeah. The whole thing has been awesome. Started off the interview listening to your version of the no effect song eat the meek and your version definitely has sounds in it that sound like they're inspired by the cure and depeche mode and other kinds of post punk music I, WanNa, know how you decided to cover this particular song and why you thought that particular style was right for it. So. That was quite high on my list of effects tunes I wanted to tackle. My choice of songs was dictated by number one of which was my taste but another one which was trying to find songs where I could bring something to the table that wasn't originally you know there's no point in doing a straight punk cover of an effect on because guess what it's already destroyed punks on for the most but you know it was finding some. that. I love that I could find a way into when we're working on eat the meek may and my band it was interesting because we we tried a couple of different things and kept slipping back into the original arrangement which I think is a vote of confidence in that original arrangement you know song is meant to be that way or at least sounds great. That way we start somewhere are gradually slide back into the original kind. Of reggae kind of Russian a which point I'm not interested because if if you're GonNa do it seems the.
"w turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"They could be and they work and they were in two thousand nine when music legend Tina Turner took her final bow that curtain closed. One of the most storied careers in music history after half a century eight grameen's and nearly two hundred, million albums sold the Queen Rock and roll had left the building. Tell me you were sixteen nine for last tour. You put away the Lou batons you're the only human being I. Read. So choose that whereas up there with the red social before we knew what red social that. Okay so you put that away. How hard was that to to hang up the shoes oprah my friend. Very easy. Really I've been working towards that. For so long over I worked hard all my life you know gave me ever a thing and I when I started to take care of my family I would say. Oh. I wish someone would do that for me and I knew that it wouldn't happen. So I worked. And when that happened that means I balanced my money and I had to make sure that financially that I could do it and when I left there I, put it to rest I, put it to sleep. I tried to forget all of those stressful moments even the dressing room and not feeling like going on stage whenever it's time for me to be Tina something turned and that's that professional set I became no matter what I felt sick I was or aching leg ideally because I wanted to leave that stage knowing that everybody had a wonderful time and. Again. Every time I've seen you perform and I've seen you perform for them anybody else on earth I. Remember standing in Houston with a woman who was crying and said, I now know I can do anything just from watching you on stage and that's what you wanted every time letters saying it was more than singing more than a rock and roll star didn't know how my style of work on stage to give people hope and make them go out and make it happen for themselves and all of the male that came in to me said after seeing your show. I went out and I made my life. That is what I achieved. Yeah. That is what you achieve. That is what you need. So the night in Sheffield England when you knew that was going to be the last performance. Was it bittersweet at least no opera Now this I have to be careful how I say this because the public will get it wrong when you've waited for something decades. I went back out the I can tina days were over where I was a slave I had to go back and slave again for myself. And that whole. Because to have enough money to address to take care of family and to take care of responsibilities and all of my Chinese Allah. In that position so don't worry about it. Yeah. I. Wanted to retire and not worry and that is what that did for me. So I got to my goal I received that moment a revelation of this is it I'm going home now Whoa I was going home in a big way more than just a house. I was going back to a place where I had decided. In. My last stage of my life where I want to be. Yeah. No one ever knew unstaged. How much? I really was tired of singing and dancing. You were tired of it. It's work I I know it's work but it's something when you do all of your life yes every night that's all you do you know everyone is having a tam up there working. It's just was years and years of and. Again the body has started to react on working on high blood pressure. Yeah. I was taking medication which pulled me back I didn't have I couldn't get into that second year to to to buy is that what would happen to you on stage? It feels surreal. It was the second year the first few seconds was you know the look and everything and then the second song I started to press buyer and I was losing beauty but that wasn't important then because I knew I already had my audience and then I make the first costume change second year. I went for third gear. That was when I changed clothes the last time on that crane and went out to the people and that was it. So it started to become harder I couldn't hit my notes. Dammit I wanted to get those nodes. And I had to really fake those notes. Somehow you know but I managed it it took every drop of energy in life out of me afterwards I took a hot bath and just laid. And then I would eat it would take really until the next. To. Restore that energy back. So I did nothing but that so that I could complete continue. Yeah. So everyone thought because it was so you were so believable onstage effortless. It looked effortless if not that I didn't enjoy it oprah I enjoy that done You know whenever I got to certain songs like simply the Baz Proud Mary are what's love got to do with it there was certain key songs, but there were certain songs in between that worked me a little bit harder to get to those ones. My idea is still if I ever go back for any reason in any way I will have to create another way. That will get people to accept it because no one ever wants to see Tina do performance any other way than that right? Well, you can't hundred, eight, hundred, ninety. So I don't think they would accept me standing in a wonderful gown singing. That's not me. Yeah. Every now and then I always loved that point where we get to problem Mary, which is always one of my favorite moments you say every now and then we want to do something nice and easy right Yeah. But. I like to do it. Nice. Talk. 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"w turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Inspired and connected to the deeper world around us starts right now. Years. Before beyond say and we were born Tina Turner was selling out stadiums around the world as the first black female rock and roll star. And it's no secret. I am one of her biggest fans Tina Turner is one of the greatest role models for women of any generation. Every note she sings declares I. Am here I will not be broken today at seventy three years old Tina Turner says life really is simply the best this Summer Tina married her longtime partner of nearly thirty years and I was fortunate enough to be there. To. Be a part of that big day I'm in the south of friends where Mr and Mrs. Urban Bach have been enjoying their honeymoon. We're at the most elegant grand, Hotel Cop Rod, one of the finest hotels in the world. Body. My God look at you. You are the role model for the twenty-first century thing over you. Make me feel very good. Look at this. You look. Fantastic. Guide girl. Guide girl. So this is one of your honeymoon places I know been someplace else for the honeymoon yes. This is this is a part of my honeymoon. Everyone says, Oprah. Knows how to pull you out of retirement and the honeymoon. Okay. So you've been on a honeymoon for a week and I wanted to ask is something you need to share with us. Are you pregnant? Are you pregnant? Of My girlfriends not don't go start having children. So I thought I knew you pretty well and then when I heard, it announced that you were going to get married. Little. We did we went. Watch and for what and for what can you answer that question? Comes a time in life and as everyone knows, I'm seventy three years old. You must put things in place I I started consolidating getting rid of property. I got rid of the House vast property in America I how they made a situation for my son's yeah anything that was costly. I totally got rid of. And then the next thing I found that. If something happened in depth for me which urban I weren't married before now he would have no say and I thought it was a bit unfair to live with someone for as long as we are. And not to give him any say yeah. Tina and urban met in Cologne Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six at the time urban was a record executive and pick Tina airport before concert despite a sixteen year age difference Tina says she felt instant attraction. So every time I had talked about marriage before because he said to me didn't ask you when you when I was fifty when I was fifty years old, he asked me if I would marry with him. Oh, it was so cute and he's much younger does and I simply said I don't have an answer because it wasn't yes and it wasn't known. About marriage he said, we have to do something because if something happens to me, you can't get my money. How's that? Okay. I kinda thought like. Marriage says ownership you my wife? And I didn't want that my anything anymore and had enough of that from growing up with with my family and that situation I just wanted hands and controlled anymore didn't think that urban would. But he might've because psychologically that that law changes people's. Fouled that hasn't been the thing for me to do certain things not because you my wife well, yes, and also this what happens is that people I think traditional men feel like the word wife means something. Yeah. All right and I noticed you these at the wedding fans everybody which was great. Yeah you know sometimes. In a restaurant you see a really lady dressed very nice and she picks up the menu or something and little fan always a newly big fan as a little. Nice. Little Nicer. Little one I love this little fan always a little nicer. Planned every detail of wedding was one of the most spectacular weddings I've ever seen. More than two hundred friends and family members joined Tina and urban at their Swiss Estate Chateau Algonquin. Justice Tina envisioned the wedding was magical with personal touches from her everywhere. View. of. Tina's longtime Canadian rocker Bryan Adams performed his classic song all for love as a couple of walk down the aisle. An. Hour. Pink Armani Flower grow dresses were just the most magnificent. I've ever seen and one of my favorite details a stunning wall of roses created by celebrity florist Jeff Leith Going on when wedding invitation requested that all the guests wear white because normally you never wear white to wedding on said yes. So I knew that you must have been coming up with something spectacular you and Giorgio Armani at that dress was something I have to tell you do you have a favorite moment from that day? The day of the wedding yes. Do you have a favorite moment? Okay. I have to tell you because I started to plan January and I really gotten tired I was tired of thinking about it. I was of waiting for the day I wanted to get in the car and go to Italy before it's time. To, urban I said, you know Darling I'm GonNa, miss all of the I want to see it. So then he he started to think for me. So he said you know what if we get a place in the house or you can sit? 'n peak and look what people coming in. So your favorite memory is looking out the window and watching us all come in. So I stood in the window. And I've had an open just enough and you could see my face reacting to certain people some lab. Step bit and some was awesome. Those ladies dresses were. Everybody looks. So yes, you know it was very interesting about it and I was so absolutely honored to be there and I said at one point this feels like the great gatsby for real and it also anybody who's been an experience like that. You feel elevated by the experience feel elevated by the experience in real now. I am rock and roll I cannot envision performing any other way. By the other side of me is that elegance and that's what I wanted for that day it was not about my career, play my music or to wear hot funky close it was to wear the best I could be and that I wanted my my garden, my house and my guest to be the best.
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"W. Turner was both prolific and wide ranging in his work he traveled throughout England and Europe often with a small water color case at his side now a rare show of water colors Turner may throughout his career is on view at the mystic seaport museum in Connecticut through February and it's the only north American stop these fragile works will make special correspondent Jerry Bowen has our report it's part of our ongoing arts and culture series campus J. M. W. Turner moved from cathedrals two coasts from the bright light of day to the deep dark of night and from the moody tones of his native England to the luminescent glow of Venice Italy for the famous painter they were wonders in water color I think some of his most original and expressive and experimental and groundbreaking work was actually in what color on paper that medium is where his ideas formed and the forest with a fervor starting with the first water color he painted of this gorgeous at age seventeen Turner painted more than thirty thousand in his lifetime drawing and indeed painting and what color was almost a compulsion it is like a kind of another state community just wasn't comfortable in this is doing it Turner scholar David Blayney brown is a senior curator with Tate Britain the London museum that holds the Turner bequest a collection of tens of thousands of works including these water colors that went to the museum after his death in eighteen fifty one he said they had a high opinion of himself he wasn't a modest man he realized that he was a great artist and he wanted to leave a legacy to the nation to the British nation now that legacy is getting some international burnishing the water colors which are extremely susceptible to light damage can only be shown once in a generation after stops in Italy and Argentina the show is making its only north American appearance I Connecticut's mystic seaport museum this is the most significant exhibition I believe that we have had in our ninety year existence so significant that five years ago when the museum was building this new facility its president Steve white says he told the architectural team the conditions on the specs for the space have to be good enough for Turner because that's the that for us would be the most defining exhibition so this says white is a dream come true to merry Turner's lifelong interest in maritime painting with the mystic river flowing just outside this exhibition because of Turner because of his expression of the sea is expression of landscapes he brings a of the spirit of this place alive in a in a much different way do we have a sense of how he's he's working with movement here or is it strictly do you think about color I think it's about movement as well because the color has to move doesn't it I mean this is this is just a coastline there's a storm approaching the clouds of presumed moving quite fast and the waves are crashing on the beach five years ago in twenty fourteen the Mike Lee biopic Mr Turner painted the artist as a frenzied storm of creativity that film was a movie.
"w turner" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"No he wants to get off and he wants to get off early. That was obviously in a hurry clearly true i okay but then maybe check in early aflaid. Is it from arizona to fifty five minutes the other thing. It's nothing it's nothing but i was for me. Is that other situation whereas like maybe ten years ago i would have been fucking pissed <hes> but i was like you know what big deal he needed to see yeah. I'm the same way i think about ten minutes ago. I would have been fucking pissed. We both have grown. That's like the equivalent of me and my story like picking up the you guys bullets off the ground. It'd be like put it back in your gun. I'm surprised you didn't do well then. This isn't your style. Maybe i would have done this. It just be like when i got to the person and be like oh. I don't know i'm c. C. one. I don't know how talk to the matter. I don't know who goes when but i i was see one just in case you're wondering mad at that person might have been a little the guy he could have just not known how it works but the been rushed and he just out of his brain the gate agent <hes>. I don't like the lax attitude. I think because the problem the major problem that everyone agrees with about southwest is that system is so it's it's so chaotic to begin with that they sort of they should be more on top of it because they've created situation that causes that kind of confusion and that kind of is amazing and so they should be more on the ball all with their own. Let me tell you how it works because i'm the only person between this crowd and a riot because if everybody if everybody thought oh well it's fine as as long as you have on your thing and you can just come in and then there's just gonna rush to the right. People have been lining up in order their entire entire long for centuries. People have been lining up for anything. It's that yes <hes> these people airports that can't they can't do it. I was saying that the gym yesterday that people get stupid when they get in an airport they just like suddenly their brain flies out of their head and there's like don't know simple like how how to behave like a human being in the plane yesterday for me. I was in group one and then i had to move around people like we all did we all had to maneuver because these the people planned to themselves and so then i said i'm i'm curious as to and they were for it's like why would you get you know. There's three before four no matter what the fuck is happening on this plane yeah. That's that i was group for yesterday and i kind of did the thing where i'm just like. I'm just walking. I'm not i'm not doing anything. I'm just walking on. I'd probably five people off offense. I you didn't stand no. I didn't but like when it's four and everybody starts going yeah. Do you like because if you don't assert yourself then you your last that's centigrade degree you kind of have to but i walked by people who had been standing there and in a way. Maybe you agree with me. It's like if you were staying there when it was group one then you're kind of an off <music>. I'm just gonna walk onto the plane good for you. You're the winner here yeah. I don't know if i am kind of selfish. No <hes> what is selfish what happened a lot of airplanes stories <hes> but <hes> getting off that in that satellite <hes> fifty two to get on the bus and there's one line for to bring you due to the <hes> five gates <hes> then there's wanted to bring to the fore gates and that's it there's those two lines and then this woman and man decided to make their own line that was gonna come in to like there's a it was a line yeah and they had this little offshoot satellite satellite for the guy behind migos <hes> there's there's two line sir and then just cut in line but he said it in such a way like nobody knew how to go..
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"I was like casually mentioning it someone else. She was like that was real. 'cause someone jason posted about it. I said oh yeah. I didn't say yeah. Ah good wow that's insane yeah. I don't know you didn't punch that first guy what i do. You want the grill me the gun. I'm with you. If only i'd had time to think about like eunice during the show it was just as i was leaving like i'm saying goodbye and then i'm like what what wait you weren't asking for another spot. No i just don't a spot right wasn't a response to i'd love to do it again. Oh well you can work the grill. If you wanna do it again. This is like oh. Can i do it next week. I guess you can do anything week you on if you work here at this shit all right now back act two. You seemed very small. Oh yes very very small. Show you see one it yeah so so here's what happened without belaboring bring this any further <hes> i thought about whether i would say something to somebody about it and it didn't take very long. I did not i didn't because it wasn't one of those to fight but to give this a little bit of a button so that you don't make that face anymore so obviously i'm behind this this guy all the way down the the again the runway gangway. I'm watching to see if he's going to do anything like to show that he did a thing or two somehow figure out what's going on. Nothing happens. We get into the plane what he chooses to do. Which i found very interesting was he chose to there there. There are a few middle seats. He chose was to have an old lady. Get up so that he could sit in the middle seat. You didn't have to choose that seat and then his bag was like too big for the spot that he wanted to put it in and i helped him push his bag into the spot and when he turned around and i saw his face he was pleasant. I don't even know what what so there. You go come on guys the real heroes i'm reminded briefly of the point said basically to paraphrase paraphrase. Why would i tell the story. If i didn't do anything and you all remember that it was it was well remembered. What's the point in retrospect. You said that that was the exact reason why i said it makes a left turn in that. He ended up helping the guy that he was gonna fight fight with. That's true and i actually wasn't as you did you go. I'm c._y._a. Shove that bagging a little bit just to get it a little and you've got an i._r._a. Or window see. I got a window seat in the back. He's dumb okay..
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"Like a weird scam. <hes> and then the people who are they're letting in the door are just dregs of society but nick vat or out. Who is you know like a second place jimmy pardo they wouldn't let him in and it doesn't make an as addison yeah yeah i feel i i. I've given so much to that place. It makes sense that or it's going to come in second and then when i finally did it after i was done. They were like here's here's your fifty dollars seventy five dollars and they said it isn't go well. You've got my plasma yeah. I guess you can do all the negotiate him it. Wow yeah and that's episode one. That's episodes well. What do we do a lot of lemonade stand we do we went horse racing in where we saw one of the best celebrities on precedent third exciting resident third celebrity imagine how he's gonna play. You just did it so it is all right. You're a horse race at the horse race. We're about to leave david milch which we did our last beds. We went in one last one and then santana turned around. Yes yes yeah which is now shuttered uttered yeah and until nine horses in a day you're going there. Was the celebrity okay. This is a man and of course we paid. The extra five bucks to get the v._i._p. Of course on the whole premises make money so we're not spending. We definitely spent more money than we gotta spend money make money. That's not encountered in the final tally. We're trying to have fun. <hes> isn't aker. Yes issued a gentleman. Yes okay as over fifty. Yes over sixty yes yes. Is this somebody who did not surprise you that they were there for strategy known for gambling. I did not know this isn't george segal. It is not does he have a mugshot. I yeah i do not know but i mean we've all we all have passed some follow up. Does he drink coffee from a mug. I can only assume <hes> movie star. Oh yes in a movie star. No no movie star. I mean movie star but i mean that's from <hes> from a bygone era. Maybe yes okay so this. Guy's name was above the title and we'd all be excited in the seventies or eighties. Both i guess elliott gould no guesses. There is something slightly confusing happening and i don't know how to address it without giving away too much information is he african american. Yes and i couldn't figure out how sean connery the fun all sean sean connery. He's bedridden. I think he's heckman. What was the confusing thing now. I have to know well. I just you're thinking of a movie star told us he's always is but i'm seeing some people are much more. He's does more than just movies. No he's a singer also know he's also an athlete isn't. He's a news report way way way more similar to actor in the same room host screwed this yeah this. This is on you given any any insulation. No actor manatt actor is definitely no addition like a slash. What would you put off akram writer. Yes i said john fabbro. I thought thought you were guessing what i looked like <hes> yeah so he's an actor and a director. Yes yes <hes> and more successful as as an actor or as a director or he's like he's in. He's in his sixties seventies eighties eighties woody ellen no is that wrong but this is what we're talking about you to answer these of course it isn't. He's not a big famous actor writer director robert robert redford. Oh he doesn't rate so this guy right correct. You can pau albert brooks. Yes wow ow oh. No sorry fucking happening now. It's i mean what are the names is. The smell breath yes. You really aren't good at this. I'm so sorry guys. I thank you for giving me a shot. The door was ryan. Yes no. They did that on television game show. What did you do sir. The the final answer. I was a panelist on it was a show <hes> that was on for like three weeks on game show network..
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"Happened this weekend. Anything import happened. No not really works. It's <hes> with the movies. I can't talk radio now. We talked about that. Though didn't we saw what you're ready or not. Did we talk about we. W we did talk about that yes yeah. I think that was the last movie. I saw well good for you. It's good that you're taking a break from the motion picture that we <hes> you appreciate it the next time you go. Should i watch that yeah. It's a little spiel as three cheap to go. Are you always that where you live over in that arena yeah pretty much get it. I don't wanna get too specific. Specific live above the theater theater. It's not legal protection for you coming with the t._v. Show the kids slept in the tech room mm-hmm. We loved the first episode and then you stayed with it and i didn't they. Oh what was it called shine or no. Oh it was the kid show right yeah it was it was and it was produced by the guy <hes> who produced hamilton it was it was billed as kind of like a musical tv show set in high school but what it actually was was a highschool show in which the characters are putting on a production of spring awakening eh rise. Oh yeah that fell flat quickly. Yeah that was very disappointing just for the simple fact that they weren't singing because i think it's always interesting when someone tries to do a musical t._v. Show it's for so bizarre and i watched them all. There's a new one. The disney plus is going to be high school. The musical the high school musical the musical the series is coming out of boy. Get ready.
"w turner" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"What is this was. A rapper was not i would out out. No i mean i like rap as much as everyone a big rap guy. I'm not writing a book to write a book or how easy easy to read a book. No i don't just to get the deal <hes> thrown about. Are they know direction if they are <hes> <hes> so this guy's on television disguised last television show right now oh boy that's a good question. I'm gonna say no okay but with all the the streaming services maybe do we all know him from. Everybody in this room knows nobody. We all know him from one particular from a movie you from one particular thing but you also but he's done a lot of people from like you might know them one thing that well that doesn't help us them. I guess but who's your guest. I don't think he's that old. I was gonna say aaron paul but he's not come on. John and we're doing serious guesses today. Is this a <hes>. Would you consider this a comedic actor. I would very much so very much so <hes> <hes> very much. Is there like <hes> network sitcom that <hes> the famous successful network sitcom that he was on no he was never on a the big show. No no no. I didn't say that he was never on a network sitcom. Was he ever in a movie. That got a sequel. Ooh ooh boy. Was he ever move. I'm going to say no. I really to be like oh. I gotta i gotta guess random guest danny mcbride no like i would wear no jacket all day with great but yes i totally c._n._n. Jacket i will tell you i ultra. That's slow so tell you this. He took the track jacket while i was freezing on the plane. <hes> took his jacket off and was having a very nice <hes> fitting t shirt on and she's sweating saw aw oh. There's no doubt he's cooked up. Okay coquette yeah part of that sentence with an offer that jacket to me that would've been nice the so-called oh my gosh if you if you do you think that this is a part of my guessing strategy if you'd asked him. Can i borrow your coat. I'm cold would would this actor have given it to he probably would have and <hes> had some fun with it okay. Here's here's the last hint he and i spent most of the flight eyeball each other trying to figure out how we know each other okay. I know how i know him so you've met him. I have not met him but i have been in the same room him. It's not bad at a party the same plane at a party. <hes> no was no was it like coenen on and go okay was this karen was was conan was karen. It was cared theater. It's so we're not only <hes> okay. <hes> was he on premium cable. <hes> comedy like an h._b._o. Laugher as they call it in variety. I know nick reads it. Maybe they ever get ankle from a laugher. Maybe i don't i don't remember networks and he's done a lot man so it wasn't like the star of any he was the star of a comedy t._v. Show but you don't know whether it was premium. Cable basic cable was was basically at least one of them's basic no wear closer. I have no clue mike mike loser not good in the nineties that show thousands yes yes so in the last ten years even okay wait was on it wasn't a stream or a network of basic cable start on streaming show..
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"I didn't remember that he had already said it or something. I didn't understand i was reading about john. Denver's death that you are and so i did not i didn't go to fly when he died. Oh he has he was drunk. Driving arrest. Oh jesus he was not allowed to drive to fly fascinated. Is what happened so i did not hear what elliott said. I said he repeating the joke that i thought was going to hear me out here. Guns me out denver the last dinosaur china sort of the road to take up two seats denison small. How do we first class. Is this guy movie star. You're so no no no. I have to think about it. A never toppled maybe but not a movie star like you would have said yes if it was if he was clearly might be and i don't know it is currently popular is two gentlemen. Yes yes i think he's he's in his forties. Which the upper forties maybe he might be fifty or fifty one b forty eight. He's gen-x <music> so please look like a flannel shirt tied around his waist with some like thermal underwear top yeah you know he did not he. At eight i will give you this clue. He had on pair of <hes> very expensive jeans and a track jacket blue trek jacket with the two white stripes on sleeve..
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"Get serious the i did hear but my friend was like texting texted me like funny stuff. They're like they're like <hes> robert morris. <hes> you have to leave who's robert morris silly. Why does he have to address that. In this documentary they all of a sudden the stage became because it got sort of hand to stage became also the public address system right so they would just go like yeah uh robert borosage. I call your dad. He just wanted to be here. You're having a good time and they would do that now. Please welcome janice joplin that crazy it was but isn't that the famous thing where they had to announce. Don't you don't take brown asks nationals yeah what was wrong with. It is bad bad bad trip yeah. You're you're a bad trip man. Yeah yeah see this is why you need five documentaries. That's why you need five amazing. Jonathan documentaries never know. What else are you gonna follow by. The way steve byrne addresses is that on twitter he <hes> he heard our show that we were talking about this other documentary addresses on twitter. I retweeted it as to why there are two documentaries and how how the two camps <hes> do not care for each other. Oh dear that was obvious so tickled. Level controversy remember when they for tickled showed up at the theater yeah yes now. There's debate between st burn cycling yeah yeah. That's that's crazy. That is crazy. It's also crazy that <hes> one of them. I'm being very well. Publicized on hulu and steve byrne was like i. I just put on youtube for free. That doesn't seem fair either well. If you've seen the anyone that's on hulu hulu around the end. There's no spoilers. I'm just saying does become obvious. I'm when you get there guys you to john hulu citizen air. We just lost one of the brothers others yeah all right. He was a great force in politics. All right we go around the horn in a moment per se here we go. Let's pick up celebrity sightings betty. This gentleman nick stat from denver to los angeles sat across the aisle for me. Okay actor use an actor first-class class row two k. Is that more than three. It's closer to the door advice why you can't say i can't say that it is is. Does this person have any connection to denver you know. Does this person that that i know of was a john denver. He's dead. What let's oh no bob demo who is going to be good friends and also not bob number also did what if john denver a haunted just planes that fly over denver..
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"Then. I got a text as i was walking car. That said i have better news but i just glanced and saw that that's what it said that was like i don't want to see this because i thought she was saying they won <hes> and then i realized that game was even over yet but i was still like what does she mean. I don't understand and then then. I try to put it on my head so the audience one korean. Maybe that's what it meant and because i was playing. I don't actually know maybe she had sent that hours earlier too. I have no idea what the time line of it. I didn't ask her. What was your question. Did i go to sleep. Oh so no i did not go to sleep early because i watched soccer game which yeah yeah so now. I'm exhausted nick. We're in denver yesterday. We did a live show in denver wonderful degree theater yeah. Have you performed there. I haven't it's i love it. I i'm only first time there. Yesterday is great which has got a great vibe and he used to be a movie theater but it's like feels. It's it's seats the the right amount of people for us but it doesn't feel small like the right size. That's where the garlic stu there show. That's exactly right. Quick shot up to karen from the high high plains comedy festival than you. <hes> who <hes> was <hes> <hes> <hes> instrumental in bringing us to <hes> to adam <music> adam cayton holland yes <hes> was mayor the mayor of denver <hes> stanford comedy <hes> i got home and i watched a documentary documentary <hes> no choice now doc. I watched a documentary recommend around woodstock last night. <hes> there's another one well. There's woodstock is the movie right and then this was documentary about <hes> woodstock itself the town nope about the concert. That's an interesting show to try to fill so what are the most payments rock documentaries all time for we know about woodstock okay and then relig- via this ninety minute version of everything you knew about. Which is it recent yeah for. The fiftieth breath. Aniversary was a good three days a defined a generation that one. Yes you know what i enjoyed it but i you know i'm obsessed with woodstock i i don't i <music> i i. I don't think i would have been a hippie nineteen sixty nine but i think the jury's out up from me on that one jimmy i would have been there. I really there's no doubt my mom because he loved music. Actually that's a good point yeah. You're not at all a hippie but you would have had to have gone but you would've had to like. Your car stopped then. You'd have to decide like i'll just watch. I'll just walk three miles closer. We would fucking hated that the mud mud. I wouldn't have even with the last night watching them with the sliding in the mud and just going. What do you do now now. You're sitting cake mud because he thought to be funny to use that as a slip and slide like the first time i went to chicago fest. When was the not the band the city of chicago fest. We went to see chicago but we had to walk about three miles from the train train station to the stage so that part of it is not <hes> that problem and like <hes>. I like a festival atmosphere of concerts exciting revival there. Did you hear the on the radio. They were playing the entire audio from woodstock..
"w turner" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Love. You're damn right. I walk into that room and saluted every goddamn dayton jordan then we had the foyer painted. I want to say tangerine. It's a nice it's a subtle orange that you it was abeche tangerine and i like it. It's kind of like that <hes> on that never not funny a pusher and that's what they can't say look at that look at surf side today. Go look at surf side. That looks like a beautiful album cover. It looks out just before they got there. They'd try one. Maher said album is my favorite swear that i am aware that garin based on what you just said. I wasn't aware of it earlier. Though i am got the information art and nick turner is here but what we were just about to start celebrity citing so let's take a break. We'll bring nick over to the table with celebrity. Sighting knicks got a brand. New podcast out called a get orig- nick now. Yeah i get it. Thank you gary. I thought this was going to go on a lot longer now. Is one of you already rich so you're just focusing on getting the other nick rich playing the game. Nick nick nick works. You know you know. I live a life of leisure. You have a half hour special on comedy. I do but they stopped stopped paying me for that. Yes i f- gets you nothing at the club. No no i really felt like swansong comedy. When i got the half vira finally good night. Now i can retire. Yes i'll pop up later. If podcasts become a thing and they have yes yes they had before. I said there is a revolution. I'm familiar conan. O'brien step down from television ran to the mailbox my variety. I saw the news. Sir flipped turks looked. You did the sadly by the way it's great when everybody can do a special half hour but you did it sadly when you were no longer allowed how to pick your backdrop your name on the wall whereas in my day which is now going on with on twenty four you got. You had personnel personally <hes> creative meeting to decide what you wanted to have as your thing. Would you believe i just had a picture of me behind me. I wanted to look like the old the dean martin roasts. That's how to achieve that but that's what i wanted. I just wanted to <hes> beyond before midnight and the guarantee that i i don't care what's back there. Just put it on a time. My mom can see it. Yes and they said no. He said no. We've got we've got some stuff plant years new years and i did it three years ago three years ago so i got two thousand and sixty thousand sixteen rated election going on that your big year yeah i did not know sponge pro-trump stuff. If i didn't no young one click red hat on. I thought you were doing ironically because not all right nik turner's here when he comes back and do that celebrities wherever hey money's too tight to mention that <hes> that's a song monitored tat dimension. Here's the way to loosen that money up by. You mentioned you mentioned speaking of mentioning things you mentioned in that song a lot and yet. I couldn't tell you who it is. Let me see if i can guess okay <hes> now. I can't even though he brought up probably last week. Simply red simply red <hes> credit card bills every month bills bills those bills you get them multiple payments multiple due dates wouldn't.
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"Corner. I did and incredible cold. Everybody raves about tried to make me feel like a jerk. Who did the woman who gave me my coffee. Why why should we can feel like i ordered. <music> is driving me. Okay is coffee called coffee <hes> she's she laid it down and i says is iced coffee and she said it's cold brew and i was like is this is coffee. She's like they're the same so then. They arts no nice coffee. Is you brew coffee and you let that's hence the ice his coffee so i said okay. I'll get you back. I'm gonna go broadcast is next door you done rebecca. Her name was oh wow yeah i will say this. We've given them how we'd been here four years in the studio five years <hes> six years six years. It'll be six at the end of the year for six years. We've been nothing but a compliment. That copy shaaban based on people's reviews one time in that time fine day i also. I don't drink coffee so i didn't know. Is that true that the cold brew tastes different than brewed coffee. That's been put on ice. I know that it it costs more of course this well brewed. The coffee isn't iced coffee is chilled in the fridge. No puerto rice. I mean you know to make it cook cold right. Don't they sometimes just to speed things up is put a ton of ice in port over that they do. I think those days are gone probably just waters it down and because if you get enough thrown back at your cantering undrinkable the garin cockerels on the world wide web and he appears to have an answer he just did a bernie sanders like fingertip cobra who was made without heat which creates lower acidity for smoother naturally sweet taste to iced coffee is brewed double strength then cooled which creates a refreshing so they compensate yeah because then then you're watered down with the ice you want.
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"That a little bit but i know that is not what it used to be. I remember i had friends who lived on the south side and and visited wants wants and flute at midway and i was like what is this crazier board. It's like when albany to midway. Albany is a similar like burbank very small airport and i was like this is i'm living in another country. I flew exclusively into midway when i first moved here. <hes> because of a more planes went in there. It wasn't like southwest. Now is the way to go but it's it's burbank you at least then it's not i. I'm totally not now that it's ramp much more a hopping airport near talk- pardon air talk their talk somebody would do do not taken is actually isn't anymore. What isn't larry gross. Oh is that. What is that what you're show scott plain talk <hes> um pl called air talk because he's on the air. Everyone's on the air. If you're on the talk show the dumb name for that show yeah yeah run into another w i will not hear it i will not you won't stand for it by the name never not funny well stand by me is a song song of course that was very popular and benjamin e. king yeah ben e king <hes> but we we alluded to we went to denver and had a wonderful matinee and <hes> had a game for a day. We had a couple of bad gentleman. We had <hes> colin. I i then kicked him off the stage as i want want to do somebody <hes> doesn't do anything wrong but they beat out for humor's sake and then a guy named tom <hes> built in for the rest of i guess most of it right <hes> but again as i've said as i say at the end of every podcast live show i'd say occasionally here in the studio we have and <hes> circle back to something do <hes> the greatest fans there just the greatest fans and it came up with the woman karen who and this happens this truly and you know this man. I'm not telling you telling the listener so that they know that. It's not just me blowing smoke. This is every venue we go to when we are getting paid at the end. They were like you know what's great about you guys. Your fans are the best you have the plight fans you have the the most prompt fans and they all and and i'm not making that up every then you they say the show was average for us. People were yeah and and that means a lot because then they tell us and i'm not gonna ruin the details but they tell us about the shows where the fans are assholes <hes> and <hes> it so just you guys should know so that when i tell you that you're the greatest that it is based in fact and research research not just bragging or being partisan or or sucking up <hes> because a new seasons on the way it's really is <hes> a very nice thing <hes> so thank you thank you for that came out to denver and we got to enjoy denver. The mile high as i opened the show with it was nice to walk off the airplane to that crisp cool mountain air about ninety nine degrees and stifling stifling but windy for some reason. We didn't cool you down man. That's a creepy wind. That was hot. It was like a convection donovan. That's perfect blowing in your face. Yes it was blowing hot air. I call at the elliott gary wake up over there alive condescend to me good stuff having fun. I'm garrett just go by quick. I wanted to thank my friend. Logan hale who came show. It's very nice and elliot you know him <hes> and he was very nice and gave <hes> jimmy and me a ride to the airport and thank you for that to to worst and again. This is an example of how great of a guy i mean how carrie i did not want to step on their friendship and i said i would take a separate car and i dave logan would hear nothing of it. I enjoyed the air enjoy. The ride logan was a very nice conversation. I enjoyed it. <hes> sort of how he got us from there was more or less traffic than on our way there but yet somehow the guy whose company i was enjoying god's there in record time and in the uber. We took the lift that we took it seems. I don't know if i didn't look at my watch when we when we left the theater did you because it might. It took us twenty two minutes to get to the airport. It's crazy and it took us about thirty.
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"Four forty five total information PM we go to the new bowl B. M. W. Turner sports desk in the youngsters will be taking the field Chris Rabie yeah it'll be fun to watch the all star game tonight guys in Cleveland the cardinals have pulled the young will be an action representing the club and the National League cardinals wrapping up the pre all star break portion of their schedule on Sunday with one not the loss at the hands of the San Francisco Giants cardinals dropped two out of three in that series they're now forty four and forty four but they are still right in the thick of things in the National League central division is tied cardinals just two games behind the division leading Chicago Cubs game and happy on the brewers pirates just two and a half games back Reds four and a half back Paul the young earlier day in Cleveland on the division and what the cardinals need to do to play the way they expected to play in the second half and also win games in the division that's where you can get some leads so for us it's about you know trying to win series win two out of three one three out of four things like that and you know if we keep doing that for the rest the second half legal meaning as five one is Kris Bryant of the cubs make of the division didn't really maybe maybe expect I think this can be expected thank the team's eating better friends getting she ran ran in Paris I was in it was a tough time cardinals and rivers are always there so not super surprising but for us we would certainly like to call ahead and separate ourselves we just haven't been able to do that yeah just four and a half games separating the top from the bottom of the division who would have expected that the young again representing the club tonight in the all star game the only cardinals representative what does stand McLaughlin who joined me the other night make of the young and what impresses him most about the star shortstop you told me in Miami we're in the team Jalan he said man I I just want to go to Cleveland that I didn't put it all together and I and I saw all the all star game and I thought you know first month maybe there's a shot and then he got cold I don't think there was and then with the ozone injury obviously it opened up the door for him to to go there and it's it's well deserved the thing that I see with him is just the demeanor of not too high not too low your National League starting lineup looks like this Christian Yelich of the brewers will lead often play left field hobby buys the cubs had second at shortstop Freddie Freeman Cody Ballenger Nolan ever not a with third base sitting fifth Josh bell the pirates will D. H. Wilson can first tell mark tape and Ronald a coup in your junior so despite the fact that maybe it's been a bit up and down for the National League central so far you still have one Christiane to have your bias three Josh Belfort Wilson contraire us starters in tonight's all star game Justin Verlander for the American League.