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Fresh "Wayne" from Bloomberg Daybreak
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Why It's Hard to Do the Things That Are Good for You.
"Every day in my in frankly in my day to day life i talked to people. We talk about learning new things. We talk about south care. We talk about sleep and exercise and eating and parenting and friend. Meaning all the good stuff of life at the core of our conversations. There seems to be this question in here it is. Why do we struggle so much to do the things that are really good for us can. That's what we're going to talk about today as with many of our problems. Personal or otherwise. This is not new back in the time of aristotle. This was an issue as well. good old. aristotle and other philosophers waxed on about why we have trouble putting into practice. What we read what we learn what we observe my personal favorite line that i use is not wayne is not doing. We're not human. Knowing we are human beings that was two lines what aristotle and the many wise men and women that came after him and likely before him didn't have access to was knowledge about our brains. We have that
Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative
"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new
Strategy Execution Results: Get in Gear Sean T. Ryan -
"Pretty good year here. It's just gotta clean. It's gotta to be whatever the case and it just works all the way through and and it's just find brilliant so let's just go right into right right right. I gear right. That's the first gear right right right here. Getting the right right. Let's what is what is right right right. What is that first gear. How does it connect to strategy. Let's talk about that real quick. Absolutely right right right is about having the right people in the right roles with the right capabilities and and so you know the the idea that you can have a strategy but without the right people it's going to be really hard to execute and if people don't have the right capabilities It's going to be hard to execute that strategy Or if you've got you have good people when We we knew we. We knew that we had this opportunity. We had just gotten into Refreshment putting the m you know in the plastic bottle water you know back in like nineteen ninety four ninety five and we could see that business taking off at that particular point in time coca cola and pepsi. Were not in the bottled water. Business business was just too small right but we also knew that there was a at the time with with our with our growth. We knew there was a point in time at which they were going to jump into the bottled water business and we also knew that we didn't actually have the talent to be able to compete against them effectively especially in in our leadership levels. And so you know right people in the right roles with the right capabilities. We knew we needed to go. Recruit different people who fit our strategy number one and number two who were gonna fit our values and our values around honesty integrity teamwork building respect The that were absolutely critical to us providing the leadership to our team that we were anticipated. We were going to need to have that five now. We we didn't know it was going to be five full growth over seven years at the time That that really just kind of happened but it happened because we did get. We did realize we needed a different capability of of leaders a previously. We had hired talent Pretty much off the street. Just technical-functional talent technical-functional talents important but leadership capabilities were hugely important. And so we had to really re gear and rethink. Who do we need to have on our team. How do we go find those people. And then how do we recruit and select them to be on the team to get the talent that we needed to be able to enable that success. Okay so something you say in this book right. Nobody exactly this way. But i'm gonna say you hire to the values. I mean you you hired to the values you'd because i think it's so easy to do in and by the way i appreciate. How much of a big fan. You are michael porter. Because i love competitive advantage and so i love that about you Just one thing. It's not the only thing. I i'd love several things about you but i think hiring values is something that we don't do very a at least in my experience. Coaching businesses is that. Sometimes we try. We're so focused in hiring this great talent that we're not hiring to our values of company in nor do we really know clearly what the values are our company and us us a pretty great questions here. You know what we stand for what we believe. In what are the broad boundaries. You want people to play within enable us to execute a strategy. I think those are really fundamental questions that every business needs to ask right up front. I agree a hundred percent in the way. I would describe it a little bit. Jay is i think there's always a gap in an organization between where you are and where you want to be in. We talked a lot about obviously strategy to houston results. We're talking about the business strategy. How do we position ourselves in the marketplace to be successful but to me. It's it's really kind of that strand of where do we need to be. And how do we need to get their. What's that business strategy. That gets us to that as wayne gretzky would have said you know. I don't skate where the puck is ice skate to where the puck is going to be. That's that's really. The essence of strategy is skating delaware. The puck going to be the. That's the business strategy. But i think there's an intertwined strands of dna with business strategy which we call the cultural strategy. What's what's the culture of the organization that we need to have is going to enable us to execute that business strategy and culture starts with the values. What are we. Stand the the questions that you've posed there. What are we stand for. What are we believe. In what are those widest parameters that. We want people to play within. What were those are values and you know there are some that are i think they should be they. They may not be but they should be almost universal honesty and integrity respect and by respect. I mean deep respect Not just respecting respecting people for who. They are for the diverse. You know background that they bring to the table respecting them as human beings in and trust and trustworthiness i think are universal but but then there's some that can be particular to an organization based upon their strategy. There there are some organizations that have to be absolutely cutting edge innovative right constantly thinking outside the box and then there may be other organizations where it's not about the most innovative you know cutting edge bleeding edge organization but you have to have incredible continuous improvement. We're getting a little bit better tomorrow. And then again day after it again the day after is the key to success will depending upon those those valley. What you need to be successful does drive some of the component of the values of the organization right right and then that drives who you need to look for. Do you need to look for people. Who reminds her. Just you know. They're buzzing all the time and they are the cutting edge bleeding edge creators ordinary people. Who have that continuous improvement mentality. And so the business strategy drives the cultural strategy which drives who you need to go find to help you execute that strategy again. You know you. i'm going to quote you again. You said Critical issues to be clear upfront. About what values. Your organization needs to support the execution of your strategy.
Judge Dismisses NRA Bankruptcy Case in Blow to Gun Group
"A Texas judge has dismissed a bankruptcy filing by the national rifle association disrupting the group's plans to relocate to Texas federal judge Harlon hill says he's dismissing the NRA's bankruptcy case after eleven days of testimony because he believes it was not filed in good faith judge Hale writes it appears the bankruptcy was filed to gain an unfair advantage in litigation or to avoid a regulatory scheme the ruling leaves the NRA registered in New York facing a lawsuit from the state Attorney General which alleges financial abuses by its top leaders with the goal of putting the NRA out of business the group's embattled top executive Wayne lapierre says he's disappointed by the ruling but vows to continue fighting for gun owners rights I'm Jackie Quinn
Judge Dismisses National Rifle Association's Bankruptcy Case
"Federal judge in Dallas, dismissing the National Rifle Association's attempt to file for bankruptcy, the judge said he had great concern the N R A was misusing the bankruptcy court. He said the NR A's primary purpose of the bankruptcy filing was to avoid potential dissolution here in New York, where the attorney general's office had accused the organization and its lead. Wayne LaPierre of widespread misuse of assets using bankruptcy to avoid disillusion. The judge called problematic and he dismissed the case as not having been filed in good faith. NBC's Aaron Carter Ski
"wayne" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Gretzky messier on the ice on a two on one messier text. The puck deep into the zone throws it out front to gretzky gretzky one times it and he scores number ninety nine from number eleven. What a duo wayne. Gretzky number ninety nine. The great one has hockey fans know him was born and raised in brantford on -tario canada. He was the oldest child with one sister and three brothers. his mother's name was phyllis and his dad's name was walter wayne and his brothers and friends grew up learning to play hockey on a backyard. Ice rink built by his dad. They nicknamed the backyard rink. Wally coliseum walter would set up different drills for the kids to practice different hockey skills. He would have them skate. Around bottles and cans on the ice and flip pucks up over sticks laid down this top. The kids to be fast thinkers and good with the puck wayne picked up the skills very quickly and he became very good at a young age. When wayne was six he played on a team that was mostly ten year olds and was the best player on the team. The jerseys were way too big for wayne so we had the tuck his jersey end to keep it from hanging. He continued to do this all the way through his. Nhl career by the time wayne had turned ten. He had already scored an amazing three hundred and seventy eight goals and one hundred and thirty nine assists in one season with his brantford hockey team. His amazing play attracted attention even outside of his hometown and he appeared in several articles in the news. Playing hockey at such a high level unfortunately upset a lot of his teammates parents so at fourteen. His family moved to toronto both to escape the pressure of his hometown and to help further his hockey career at age. Fourteen wayne play junior b hockey in a league that included twenty year olds. He earned rookie of the year. Awards in the metro. Junior b hockey league in nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy six with sixty points in twenty eight games. The following year as a fifteen year old he had seventy two points in thirty two games with the same team. Renamed the seneca nationals. Even though he had two great for seasons in toronto he didn't get chosen first overall in the ontario major junior hockey draft the greyhounds chose him third overall. That was the first time that wayne had worn. The number. Ninety nine from junior gretzky moved on to play with the world hockey association in nineteen seventy eight. He signed on to play with indianapolis but only ended up playing eight games for them before being sold in a deal with the edmonton oilers. Who are at the time. Another w. h. A team in his one and only season as part of the w. h. a. They chose wayne to play. In the all-star game wayne had the honor of playing with his idol. Gordie howe and gordie son mark on his eighteenth birthday the edmonton oilers signed wayne to a ten year contract. Which was the longest contract ever written for a pro player. The deal was worth three million dollars. That same year wayne finished third in the league with one hundred and ten points. At the end of wayne's for season the w. h. a. league had to end because of money problems three teams from the w. ha included the edmonton oilers joined the national hockey league or nhl for the next season as part of joining the nhl. The three teams could protect only a few players edmonton protected wayne so that he could continue to play for them in his first season in the national hockey league wayne won the award for mvp most valuable player and tied for first in scoring with one hundred and thirty seven points. This still stands as the highest number of points ever scored by a first year hockey player during the nineteen eighty. One thousand nine hundred eighty two season wine set a record when he scored fifty goals in only thirty nine games. He ended that season with two hundred twelve points in eighty games becoming the only player in history to break the two hundred point mark. He was named male athlete of the year sportsman of the year and newsmaker of the year in nineteen eighty two during his time in edmonton wayne held or shared forty-nine nhl records won the stanley cup. Five times over a seven year period. A huge honor came for wayne. When he was named an officer of the order of canada and nineteen eighty four. He was then promoted to the companion of the order of canada in two thousand and nine for everything had done for the sport of hockey and has one of the best players of all time also for his acts of giving and as a volunteer and a role model for many young people wayne had a major influence on the style of play for the edmonton oilers and the nhl whole. He inspired others to play as a team. Which helped lead the oilers to become the highest scoring team and nhl history. Gretzky was the first canadian star hockey player. Who made the game and his play. The team most teams before wayne focused only on getting their puck to the best player so they could score wayne in the oilers however changed this. He improved his teammates because he included them in every play. If they wanted to play with wayne they needed to play their best and play as a team win. Knew he was too small and not strong enough to carry the plays all by himself so he used his teammates forty wayne state in edmonton until nineteen eighty eight. Just two hours after winning. The stanley cup wayne found out that he was being traded to the los angeles kings. The deal happened quickly and involved. A few other players from the oilers that wayne requested to be included in the trade. In wayne's first game in edmonton after being traded. He received a four minute standing ovation. They sold out the rink and at the time it was the oilers biggest crowd ever wins first season in la sawn increase in the number of people attending the games and a huge growth in fan interest in a city not typically known for following hockey wayne state in la from nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety-six before moving to the saint louis blues in nineteen ninety six for one season. They then traded him to the new york rangers where he played until he retired from hockey in nineteen ninety nine during his career. Wayne.
Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04
"Listen we all have our embarrassing cds or music that we had bought back in the day. Like one of the first cds. I ever got the song. Rico suave rico by gerardo so i bought that fucking cd. That's awesome leedle models jingu. None of that was spanish by the way that was just my memory on the sandwich. I don't drink or smoke or into dope. try coke. You asked me how to do it. I cope addiction has to do with the female species. Edem raw like sushi. That's awesome
Control Your Own Success by Taking Advantage of a Global Economic Shift
"And you believe in and by the way i wholeheartedly agree with you that we are in the midst of a global economic shift can you expound upon this for fire nation. I'm going to share something. Tony said in the simplest thing but he said humpty dumpty broke and you put it back together in the same way and i sometimes like listening. We both appreciate tony baton partner dear friend but sometimes it's really deep what he says and sometimes it seems really simple but it really has more meaning is the world is completely shifted. And it's not going back to the way it was and what a world shifts that much when cultures shift that much when we go from in person to online virtual exponentially grows and technology from that continues to grow. We're not going back to the way we were. And that means there's a huge global economic shift happening and money is flowing from different people to to new industries flowing out of old industries into new. And i just believe that if we don't Wayne gretzky the skater. He's from canada. Originally played here in the states to one of the best skaters of all time hawking matter wherever you're listening in the world he was asked once Why he's so good at hockey or white. How'd you do so well or win another championship. He said some people unfortunately skate to where the puck was some people in most skate to where the puck currently is he said i got really lucky and figured out had escaped where the puck was going and i think if we don't observe that there's an economic and a global shift we're going to escape where the puck was aware it is and those that get to come out ahead are going to where the puck is going and that's why we'll scream for mountaintops. It's time to explore time to investigate. See were money is flowing. See what industries are growing. Where where. The revolutions. The breakthroughs the the category kings the ground swell the wave. And i think when you do that. It's not as difficult as you think. Because most people sit on their hands in times like these they wait for someone else to fix it and just like we're talking about if you wait for someone else to fix it. Someone else will own your
When Should You Pivot Your Podcast's Subject?
"Today's question comes from greg. Yes this is greg collins. I have the podcast substitute teachers lounge with you guys. It's it's done pretty well recorded about eighty episodes as you can expect. It is very much a niche market and at times it has been a popular enough to get one hundred downloads a day. It's been ranked as high as number fifteen in education for kids and apple. But as you might expect right now it struggling more because as more and more schools are on virtual. Learning fewer substitute teachers are needed. So my question is this. Should i change my title. Should i just you know. Hang in there until the worst of this is over a lot of advisors for teachers to but teachers very much more saturated. So what would you be your advice. Be for a niche podcast. That is currently struggling. Should i hang on our water. Some of the things. I could try. Thanks for your question. Greg for most podcast listeners. The subject of your podcast synonymous with the identity of your podcast. Which makes sense since. Most podcasts revolve around the central theme or subject. But what happens when you're ready to change the subject of your podcast. Today's video will talk about the reasons why you would want to pivot your podcast subject in the strategies to do it successful for starters you could find yourself in a similar position to greg's where you find that your podcast subject has undergone major industry changes that has impacted your ability to produce effective and relevant content. Or maybe your podcast subject. Something topical or time sensitive or your favorite netflix. Show that you were playing launch. An awesome podcast just got cancelled after season. One can you believe the audacity of net flicks a cancel it after season. One if your reasons aren't related to relevancy or industry changes. Maybe you've gone a point in your podcast journey where your passion for the subject. Just isn't what it used to be as someone who's been podcasting since two thousand thirteen about comic books my passion for the subject has definitely wayne. I've also considered altering my podcast subject to something different. If you're at this point in your journey maybe it's a good time for you to consider pivoting your podcast subject to something that lines. Closer to your current passions.
Vernon Jordan Shares Experiential Nuggets on Business, Civil Rights
"Vernon jordan. Junior has been called the rosa parks of american business born on august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta georgia. Jordan is a civil rights. Icon business consultant influential. Powerbroker jordan is a graduate of depaul university way earned a political science degree in nineteen fifty seven and howard university. School of law. Never want to sit on the sideline and nineteen fifty one. He helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from one thousand nine hundred sixty one to nineteen sixty three. He was the field secretary. For the national association. For the advancement of colored people in georgia and nineteen seventy jordan became executive director of the united negro college fund and nineteen seventy-one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty ninth. Jordan was shot and seriously wounded outside. The hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by cnn. And as we all know by now join me. Came close confidant and political advisor to president. Bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was a keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the lbj presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin. The following is an expert of that reason. Tation now let me explain to situation. You are in with me this morning. And i can only explain it by telling you a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal. Church all my life. And that was this young pastor who just graduated from seminar and the bishop assigned him to a church and a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry
Pathologist: Black man killed by deputies was shot 5 times
"The FBI is starting a federal civil rights investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man by deputies in North Carolina an independent autopsy was done for the family of the man killed there were five penetrating bullet wounds to the body of Andrew brown June family attorney Wayne Kendall says one of the shots was to the back of the head as brown was driving away the time of death was within minutes within minutes after this particular gunshot wound to the balcony brown was being served with felony drug related search and arrest warrants at his house in Elizabeth city brown son Khalil Ferebee questions why they started shooting yesterday I say he was executed this autopsy report show me that was correct seven deputies have been placed on leave while the state investigates the shooting I met Donahue
Crosby, Rust score as Penguins defeat Devils 4-2
"The Pittsburgh Penguins got goals from four different players and thirty four saves from Casey DeSmith as they topped the New Jersey Devils forty two Jeff Carter found the net Bryan rust scored his twentieth of the season and Jared McCann October his team leading seventh power play goal of the year as Pittsburgh seized first place in the east with its third straight victory with his empty net goal late Sidney Crosby solidified his sixteenth career point per game season trailing only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe in league history any time you're mentioned you know it's Corey on Wayne Gretzky that's that's pretty neat and you know it it's also a reminder of how long I've played too so that's a compliment to to be in that company Jack Hughes and miles wood scored for the devils which lost a ninth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Interview With Rebekah Coleman, Newly Elected Judge
"Rebecca coleman the newly elected judge in the state of michigan stony to a district harper woods. First female managed to hold the position and the first african american just be elected at harper woods. Sixty nine year. History coleman defeated incumbent. Daniel palmer on third twenty during the june election. She won the judgeship. By four hundred and forty eight volts or fifty three percent majority vote the newly elected management with focus on community based programs including literacy programs alternative sentencing legal aid and civic and landlord tenant division as well as drug and survive treatment programs for residents. This is not cohen. First attempt at elected office. It was a second bid for judicial office. After running unsuccessfully for wayne county circuit court for years. oh yes although not endorse by the hometown. Newspaper the detroit. News coleman chance to eliminate dish. Oh rubber-stamping i'm john leo. Hanson junior and. Welcome to another edition of in black america up on this week's program. Judge rebecca coma the newly elected magistrate michigan thirty to a district in black america. It was a real grassroots campaign. And this was my second time running for rancher the county about four years prior And didn't really have a clear path. Kinda was just like okay. I'm gonna do this. It's my time. It wasn't my time. But i learned from there that time. You know you have to come up with a plan. You have to know what you're going to do daily and it's it's a real grind grindley like i said i was outside every single day knocking on doors when my brother had a plan on. My loss are going to go down. When miller's we're going now When i wanted to have different events. I did not plan for covert but You know we adapted and and stuck to. It and i said this time i was. I said to myself and my dad and a few others. I said i'm not running again. It's not happening. I this is the time. And i and i wanna put for every single thing. I have so that. I can't look back and say oh i could've you at this to
"Three Ring Circus Part 2" Cash Levy, Del Van Dyle, & Jeff Wayne Show #61 - burst 2
"Couldn't there have been stockbrokers to talk to this guy has missiles and hand grenades at his house. How come you didn't throw that stuff at the paper bag. Now wondering likes to. Bob squirrels and stuff. The man is very violent. Needs to be stopped and my friends say. Let's stop up now. So what did you do last week. What did you make now. You're on leave leave from germany. Good well maybe you know maybe we need you back there. Seems like there's some real stuff going on out there and you're the guy. Squirrels would be a lot happier here. Never you go to germany. The squirrels and morgantown. They're like i love. This deal is time to kick back and relax. Gimme another nut squirrels. I have a big parade every time you leave. Your whole house must be under surveillance all the time. Squirrels up in the trees look at his old lady little gravy on that turkey. That was cash levy. I hope you enjoyed that. You got a chance to hear cash interacting and kind of riffing with the
GM cutting overtime shifts at two U.S. truck plants due to chip shortage
"Forcing General Motors to reduce overtime shifts at two assembly plants. The cuts will affect Flint, Michigan and Fort Wayne Indiana plants, which produce a variety of pick up models from the Chevy and GMC brands. A total of three overtime shifts between both facilities will be removed this weekend. I'm Brian shook
NRA exec sheltered on borrowed yacht after mass shootings
"NRA leader Wayne lapierre is way of getting away from the criticism of his group following school shootings was on a borough job away from the mainland in a deposition in the national rifle association's federal bankruptcy trial in Dallas long time head Wayne lapierre acknowledged sailing to the Bahamas with his family as a security retreat following a twenty twelve school shooting a Connecticut and a twenty eighteen massacre in Florida the deposition quotes lapierre saying thank god I'm safe nobody can get me here as he used to borrow job with its motor boat in cedars the N. R. A. declared bankruptcy in January to end its incorporation in New York for more gun friendly Texas New York Attorney General the teacher James is suing to dissolve the NRA amid claims executives it legally diverted tens of millions of dollars I'm Jim acquire
Dembele Rescues Barcelona
"What a huge wayne football celona round led by one dollars two. Now it moot like this is going to be two points. Trump verona coon site but ballet's ninetieth minute go his boss all three points. Let's just remind you how things stood back. In matchday twenty one athletes were absolutely cruising no problem whatsoever eleven points player of barcelona and real madrid. Let's fast forward now showy to now twenty nine gains played just three points rate up to how gap has been close faster just one point behind it really is quite extraordinary julianne. I'm the wrong is with us as well to reflect on the title race which is now very much on in spain. Joel's massively and how things have changed if you look at the first fourteen games for boston. I six wins four draws and four defeats if you look at the fifteen. After he's fourteen wins and one draw. They've been exceptionally in two thousand and twenty one and even tonight where if the game after the international break. Everybody's tired matiz no on on. This is the first time in twenty two and one way doesn't score find a way to change formation three times and they find where we've who's mandela who's been fantastic as well apart from the first half of the party against peers should have been so clerked for this team so good for them and for him to get the winner as i think he's summarize really want to half of the season that we've seen for so far
A highlight from Make America Gods Again
"I don't even know how many people actually know about all the other rides going on in the midwest before the White House that and it never got publicized but we're going to talk a lot about that kind of stuff. But all of these things that have happened it happened to everybody not just, you know, Joe civilian. Everybody's going through it meaning, Christians are going through it too. And I know a lot of people I've heard more than ever Christians are hypocrites or Christians often aren't doing what they're supposed to be doing it. They don't act the way they're supposed to act and you know, let's be fair. Okay Christians aren't here just to put up a front bumper anybody. I mean we are still human beings and that's one Life In The Son also was started because we do deal with real life issues. And you know, sometimes they don't handle things away. we should that's true but nobody does not making excuses. I'm just saying we still have the human side of this to battle with and that's why life in the sun this podcast started so we could talk about how Christians deal with the day-to-day rigors of normal life. Our life doesn't change to something much more pleasant and much he's dead. Here because we became Christians. It's typically harder. I tell you what before we get started in the main part of the show. I wanted to tell you what I thought when I first got saved and started reading the Bible for myself. I was twenty nine years old and you know, I knew some things about God mainly cuz I grew up in the Catholic church, but all I heard was God's love and God's grace and mercy, he knows everything. He's everywhere, you know that sort of stuff. But as far as reading the Bible I was doing this for the first time and I started out I was going to read all the way through from Genesis to Revelations and I started finding things that were humorous to me in the Bible and one of those things was Adam and Eve's fall in the garden that go and hide themselves like because I hear God coming and garden. And it really tickled me to no end when God comes to the garden and he says Adam, where are you? Does anybody else find that funny wage wage? All right. I hope you found a little bit of the humor in that like I did anyway, but then again, you know, I was a newborn Christian when I first read it, so it was funny to me back then and I do realize that there was a reason for God just asking a time where it was. So I hope you found the humor in it off because I didn't but anyway what I want to talk about today is what a lot of people for some reason, you know, you hear this all the time. We don't mix religion with politics here. Well good. I'm glad because I don't like either one. And I'm going to take the same position as John Wayne here. Okay, politicians and diapers have a lot in common. They're both full of it and they both need to be changed often for the same reason, but let's let's be sincere about something. Okay. A lot of people in this country have no idea really what politics is all about. A lot of people have no idea what the difference between Christianity and religion is And a lot of people my age couldn't even recite the Preamble of the Constitution to you much less tell you what it means. And therefore they do what the Constitution means they don't know what it says. They listen to what people tell them and you know, I'm just going to be blunt here. Okay. America we need to get our heads out of the sand. Okay. It's the politicians that we vote for our supposed to be representing the constituents. And when we elect somebody we're supposed to be electing people that we trust that will represent our best interests. And I mean that's just the basics of it really and and don't think that it only took fifty six men about two hours to write all this stuff. It took a long time. It took a lot of studying it took going through the things that they went through all the way up to the tyranny of England. And you know, I've heard it said so many times recently. It drives me insane that the constitution was not written. Was it not based on the Bible? Okay. Well, I think I could probably agree that they didn't sit there with the Bible and just go through the book of numbers and Deuteronomy and Leviticus and Kolb the laws out of the Old Testament. I don't think they did that. But if you look at the people who
Biden says he plans to run for reelection in 2024
"Toe Wayne Brown. In his first formal news conference today, President Biden defended his administration's handling of immigration challenges along the Southwest border. He announced a new 100 Day vaccination goal and said he expects to run for reelection in 2024. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us by an also left himself some wiggle room on the reelection question. President Biden hasn't declared that he's running for reelection or set up a campaign committee. And admittedly, it is quite early yet. But there has been a question about whether he ever intended to run for a second term, and his first press conference created an opportunity to ask and answer is yes, my plan is to run for re election. That's my expectation, and he said he expects Vice President Harris would be his running. Made on more pressing matters. Biden doubled the covert 19 vaccination goal, he said before his inauguration. He said his administration now aims to have 200 million vaccine doses administered by his 1/100 Day in office. At the current average of about 2.5 million doses a day. That goal
"wayne" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"He'll eso so we we. We were wrestling family. And so many that we do with performers rounded things that we love and the things we wanna share with our families as well so when they asked me to do that. It was a no brainer. I said you mean. I get to get in the ring and i'm gonna get our kayode on your yes. Watch me sell this. Watch me sell it. And it was if if you look carefully footage after he hits me randy gave gave me the arcadia when i'm dell. I know that if you get the right camera angle you'll see me doing right. Gay jiggling jiggling like a little chick. That's the that's are good. You got to be fired up this way before. I let you go more. Put you on the spot. Quick questions. quick answers ready. What's your tv streaming recommendation. At the moment right off the top of my head. I love mr mayor song. In all the words to all the words to surprisingly. I think one of them is jam on it i nucleus. Gmo today about one. Yeah oh damn words that one to sound gremlins in the beginning right out. show take back favourite. Let's make a deal moment favor. Let's make a deal a moment. When when i want an emmy for for improvising saul in the daytime soul. Categories against other songs had already been it. Just awesome multiplayer. Whenever that was it was so don't because it showed me that we can. We continue to bring rules. Let's make a deal. It's a game show but it's not a game show a we music. It was silly and sketches. And it's it's not. The normal game shall have a throwback so to throwbacks awhile so that's those best boats celebrity crush growing up celebrity crush rowing up lou. Trying to think well as a little kid. I think like a lot of men in the In the seventies and eighties. I loved linda. Carter sh- back in the day the action okay and i loved Lisa bonet yeah okay. Good taste funniest person you've ever worked with funniest person who worked with williams hands down. Can't even yet. Yeah robin would legend and last question. Who plays you in the wayne brady story who plays me wayne brady story hell if we do it soon enough. I'm gonna play me. Why would i give that work of what he did in the family. That's what i'm talking about. Wait always nice to see you. man again. congrats on everything. Game of talents wednesdays after the massingir. Thanks for checking in brother. Take care with pets..
"wayne" Discussed on Probably Science
"Everyone welcome to probably science. I'm matt cash. And andy would. Hey andy yes pretty good. It's all right. Let's just jump straight into in choosing our guest because he's a great guest. He's a great person. he's very funny. Comedian he's also a podcast and now anna writer as well. 'cause he now has a new book out called the history of standup from mark twain. Today chapelle as mr wayne federman. Hey wayne thank you. You nailed that perfectly correct thank you almost. Npr as minister way for needed a little more elitist tone but otherwise close. So let's talk about the book. I how how old are you. I'm swell swelled. thank you for asking. I am very excited to be here with probably science. I like the way you sort of gay hedge. Your bets on the name of show is very intentional. We lucked out with the branding ten nine years ago. I guess it was Yeah we have no obligation to anyone to write to fax double blind testing any of the things that other science deals with. You have control podcast. That runs it all time. We compare our results to it. Well anyway. I'm thrilled to be here. Let's do it. Yes indeed by the way. Can i just say longtime fan from all the way back. I think the first time i saw you live was one of the or one of the comedy. Death ray all nighters in probably two thousand dollars. Yes i do. Remember that death way f. u. n. brennan small doing pre comedy. Bang bang right. Yeah this renamed it right after rebrand. Yeah you and we're doing the two men and musical act. I forgot what what was that called. Was there be at a name for that act. But we'd something we'd put together and we did like a medley of songs. 'cause he's a ridiculously talented musician. And i'm okay is our as are you come on. No not on his no i. I don't know if you're familiar with that guy. But he is really incredible musician. So i'm good but not like that. Yeah on ukulele and keys and play. I play drums as well. Damn and bass guitar and guilt. Now it's too much now but believe me once you it's all the same really when you kinda sorta notes. Eighth notes dotted eytan. There's a lot to it. I guess it is. It is kind of probably signs a little bit right right. I am now a guitars. I but then when you pick up ukulele afternoon guitar it does it could fights pretty quick shuts. Yeah an easier ride. Certainly yeah. I'm actually a don't want to brag but i'm sort of an ukulele innovator in the back in the eighties may maybe when you're a kid or before you were born they electrified Lali and one of the first to do that. And that was my big closer play jimi hendrix electrified. Its as a prank exactly. It was like you shake hands with alexa ukulele. And no i was able to take all right matt. I'd see what's going on here so yes as able to take the signal and put it into a marshall amplifier and then play some heavy metal stuff. Oh nice i'm actually staring at electric youk now. So maybe you were the innovator behind s i'm nine. I've actually performed at international excuse me international ukulele festivals including one in england. Matt you might be familiar with that little country. I've heard of it. yeah. I've i've been watching some netflix shows from that. Yeah england was this festival. It was in mispronounce. It chadha ham chat channel ham. Chettle him kill them. That's it okay. Thanks for letting me hang out there for a little bit. Even though i'm sure you knew right away whatever it took me a second now was this catering it could. There's a few things that could okay all right. well anyway. It was a blast and they spent a few days in london. Stand up there. And i love great britain. I like also that you branded his great. It's not in the name. What's interesting is when i spoke to a lot of your british citizens. They're all about not being brash and not being. What's the word for like a bombastic about themselves. So just great. Britain is in the name. 'cause they told me about that kind of look down on people that are like do the american like look at me. They and they don't also britain. Light will really almost competitive self-deprecation right right right. You have to like overly self approve. How great you are yup. See branded is great. And then you're actually super humble kind of like we call ourselves and then we're just completely invested divided. It's whatever you yeah so the opposite branding of whatever your country is the brandy at their next podcast probably opposite confront branding. So what what. What do we need to talk about what. Well why am i here. We'll before we get into the stories. We like to ask our guests always. What if anything is. Your background is science and that has ranged from clauses. You'd like to hate it at school to blowing stuff up in the woods with your friends too. I did a full doctorate in alabama chemistry. Okay so this is my connection science. I would say relatively interested in science was very good at it. I took besides i was a bit of a pyro. I don't know if i was quite a maniac. But certainly enthusiasts is a young child fascinated by fire maybe could have accidentally burn things down but like was that i was into it. This is incredible. And then i took a class in ninth grade. I went to school in florida. So that's where. I went to high school in a place. Unfortunately the most maybe racially insensitive name for city called plantation florida. And that's.
"wayne" Discussed on The Breaks
"The babies is bittersweet. You know what reframing not bittersweet this is carmo this is karma for me i look at it like you got caught up in a situation once again where you are now facing jail time to meet his karma where is trump now for you. Is he going to get you off. Does he care to get you off. I'll the he does allocated cares to give you. That part was his. He got used us his partner owner. And now you have to sit there and realize that you got you got you a pond and not a king that you thought you were on the chessboard. You probably thought that you were a more important piece win. Your dispensable bro. You're you you're you were just dispensable for him his campaign which he didn't win but i i don't feel any empathy or sympathy for way in this instance granted. I don't take anything away from him. Musically just like. I don't take anything away from kenya west musically. i don't agree with kaya whiz. I no longer support with but does spotify and a song comes on that is from My beautiful dark twisted fantasy alway back dating all the way back to college drop. Yeah i listen to it but if it's anything after that no i'm not listening to it but that's just me personally. I know plenty of people who see about the easiest. And who's still listen to everything kinda puts out dislike. I'm sure they're going to continue to support weighing in any way shape form a fashion but to me. This is just the poetry like sweet poetry like this. You chose aside and now that side is not there for you after you get caught up in method you more than likely probably didn't have anything to do with. You probably were out with some people who have stuff on them and your biggest name once again in the room so it gets attached to you or you feel like you're doing them a justice loyalty in sticking up for them. Could you feel like you can beat it. But what if you don't be now you end up in prison for an extended amount of time away from your family away from your four children not able to make money so was it all worth it would be my question like was it all worked instead up next to that man and endorse him in. Speak highly of human all of these situations and he not be there for you now. Granted comes out will give me the president presidential pardon and he is the case in all the or what have you then pay. Yo couva year. Still kind of stain. You gotta asterik next year name on my list. You had a hell of a run. And i mean l. overrun but for me man. Now feel empathy or sympathy for you you for me. You chose your side and you made your bed now laying yeah I'm still a little way. I think you know he'll go right ahead. My brothers know it could be worth. It could be a conic who just annoys me. But i don't think that jenkins ran off. So that's my opinion on it. Sure he to me jason. He's called ashanti versus tonight but it didn't because get ashanti has covert apparently. Yeah because she'd be out in kenya she apparently looking a story. I'm not saying the plus she got it but like yeah as i take. Our group takes earlier when the was it. You are our remove into Tweet but like yeah. I was like i always somebody saying like yo ashanti. You're supposed to do a verse about code. And the next four days mushy. How can you taking pictures like. Yeah this although physical have adult like wasn't gonna take four days year from kenya to long island too long our new york or wherever they do in the verses but like she has cove it that. That's not surprising to see i follow her is a ground. Yes you've been all over the force it didn't happen. We will pay for to happen as we were on the air. So we're going to update you guys was going on. But it'd be rescheduled for january ninth. Obviously next year. So we'll see how it goes out. the pain the next verses that was announced it's going to be forty forty two short. Oh oh bay. Heavy so tough one known good. They got they got along catalogs. That's that's why it's tough one. Are you going to. I want to say i'm not. I don't know if this our say. I always say i'm not but i ended up tuning in. I don't want be like doing and i don't. I'm sure you're going to be some songs that are going to be played around. We like yeah. I don't know disease but when too short play shake that monkey or blow the whistle point forty forty points ten when to go. Paulie granted me. Let me point point. Grainy i think went too. Short plays shade their monkey or both a whistle update. That's why forty doing a play. Blow the whistle. I believe that's when he's gonna play that. I can see that i can see Then was a more regular padre records if you went to abc you. I'm for that type. I say for that type of versus. I'm more interested in the stories because they've been doing it for so long. I am too especially too short. What yeah especially to short Especially with the stories against e. Forty both coming from the bay area Coming from Vallejo california in To shrogam from east oakland. And i've always i've always heard to say they like i got my music popping. No selling it to the the drug dealers. Like i do my own day. Anything really work. But i thought.
"wayne" Discussed on The Breaks
"So arguably one of the greatest rappers of all time. Little wayne is having some legal issues. Currently little was apparently He was charged. He had weapons charge. Miami make to fail in and he shouldn't have a pistol on him. That's the law cinema saying he shouldn't but the lower your failures shouldn't have a gun. He got caught with one He pled guilty to having a pistol in faces up to ten years in prison. Also little wayne sold his masters to you. You've universal music group for reportedly one hundred million dollars I wonder if there's a correlation between both those wonder as well Little wayne has three kids three four years more than that. I wanna sign five. Nothing gets four. Maybe it's four four. Everybody women. But i would if i mean if he has four about forty women that means he's one and went up on me but but So he played to it. You know if little ways of doing time so hurt. I'll be honest with you. When i'm not when the trump thing happened one. My first thought was lou. Any re- what's what's going on here in two. It was like i was such a huge little. I'm such as i'm really a blue. Wave van steel. I've been a little before blankets force for solo album that to see him be used as a pond so willingly was very hurtful so if he ends up going to prison again because he went to prison last time for gun charge in new york which weiss ended up former new york again If you go into going to prison in miami for george g lived in miami. Pay that accident very fortunate. Because little way you know that we have the compensating for air Regardless of the city that he's made recently little wayne is somebody you know as two people me myself and yourself on jay z being the great repertoire damaged grabwood tamworth dope to see little wayne take that title when jay z. Kinda took a step back. Danny live up to it. So like i will swear by little wayne. You can say what you wanted to say about any decisions made stupid decisions and you need to shut the hell up and not talk about nothing but little wayne between caught a one in three like that. Well you talking about southern pride because at a time when the south was really trying to prove itself selling records and dominating music the conversation that time was well. Southern rep sucks. They can't wrap that. Bama's then you see the rise of ti lou wayne and you see a little wayne be now berlin. I can rep circus renovated by and he shouted tommy tommy g rap circles around everybody goal of triangles squares and then gone facts and then when he started to slow down on being the most similar artists of that time period he brought drake in little nicky manashian. Very who at the time. Nicki menaj was already downs. Working with gucci mane and being managed by a rockefeller mother did ever had any and drake was heavily influenced by houston texas and all which i found out. November eighteenth is about the data wayne in drake men. But drake be influenced by that in being influenced by houston texas being discovered by is a jazz sprint jazz parents and also he had been working with a little brother out of carolina heavenly involved in the south and harry's heavenly southern influence so. Dns more a little wayne Yeah so i mean i. Don't you know it's unfortunate because a lot of times we'll as black as black people. We have heroes that unfortunately are flawed and make mistakes. Granted men fresh. I would like to say we don't give Are excuses for people. Who are just mazda like kelly k. Michelle recently go saying like. Oh yeah. i'm working my next album when he was my mentor. And i wish you were here to talk to him. I know he did bad things. She was here so i could give them advice on music music. In your opinion dealing little girls came shale by binds. Don't i'm sorry. He's a monster. He your album but yeah now buying. I actually came show long time ago came. She'll we're not doing that by the draft. Be decent like the rest of them. So whatever can save nothing ever see you. Graham used that terminology list all the rest of your albums and definitely like you so he definitely has doing jail and general population. No can't be there's no way are beat them up and they moved things to worry about listening to your album so but for little wayne is one august where you know like the trump thing and the comments he's made about black lives matter it hurts but it's like just look at. I just want to remember wayne as he was just like okay. My mom made this point with time. We love our mother love them. She was saying sammy. Davis junior was a was a fan of seventy junior. He was huge black community. But sammy davis junior. Supported us supported richard nixon And so that heard a lot of black people but to this day when we talk about same day we he nixon and he was a problem until the end of his life. So i kind of feel like like you know you thank differently but as long as you must. I could pass things. That's the black community in a nutshell like low. You sound like an outright masaleit Bill cosby on here. What y'all say. Bill cosby is a monster. Y'all gonna try to convince me he's not he's rather by nbc teams time. These a monster fricks but anyway. That's beside the point me on the other hand with little wayne. I've think i've said on the show. Several times the blackout was like my first bootleg album. The ever owned and then my into drew little wayne has been a part of my musical journey my personal musical while but like in this instance as saying the whole thing with his statements on black lives matter and blacks in america and how they treat within society and His endorsement of president donald trump. I'll give him that..
"wayne" Discussed on Murder Minute
"On. Thursday August second nineteen sixty to a midfield Alabama fifth-grader eleven year. Old Berry Wayne Thomas went to Little League Baseball game. It was a hot summer afternoon and after the Game Thomas and another boy, his brand eleven year old Tim Kennedy. Were climbing on some monkey bars on the playground when a car pulled up next.
"wayne" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"On Jamie Party on Caitlyn. Expect cast beg to cast movie time. Salmon is my. I wasn't ready and I am so happy was the first time I felt good in like days. Oh Yes oh for the listeners. At home we are recording. This on the date is March. Twelfth grown virus had already sounds really dystopia. The date is capsule if you find this at the beginning of or at the beginning of whatever the millions of injuries movie is where it's like Robert Downey junior spacey's Day three. It's a gloomy day. It's a gloomy day. But that put me in a great move. The thank you. You're welcome. We're talking about Wayne's world today yes we are so what we're doing on this podcast. We talk about the representation of women in movies. We use the Bechtel test as a jumping off point to initiate larger conversation. And do you know what that is Nothing negative Jamie. Tell me actually Caitlyn. The Bechtel test is a media metric invented by a cartoonist alison. Bechtel's on roads called the Bhakta Wallace test. That requires that a piece of media. Have an interaction between two female identified characters with names. Talk about something other than a man for more than two lines of dialogue. Wow you don't see Jamie. Yeah I do say okay. Well that passed the Bechtel test. Well it that's true that's nice. Yeah that's nice us. Talking Virus Passes the virus is genderless. Yeah so yes Today's movie is Wayne's world weeks for a guest with us. She is terrific. She was a segment director on. Jimmy Kimmel live She's a filmmaker and the director of the upcoming movie. Golden arm which is a female driven comedy that shows women in the competitive world of arm wrestling much fun. It's Maureen Baruta high for having me excited. He's bringing US wains. Were Only God. It's one of my all time favorite. Yes so tell us your your relationship your history with this movie. I feel like this movie is a very seminal movie for me I I think came out when I was in junior high school so I think it was a time where you're just like being goofy and weird and it's definitely one that. I've like probably seen the most and it was interesting to watch it. We watched it last night. Okay in in the lens of the Bechtel will work. But it's like oh it doesn't. It has some issues but it. I think it holds. I do too not well I do too. I was impressed. I thought you know there's definitely elements and in some cases entire characters like nine hundred ninety two fuck off but in but like good. I don't know address things that you're like a kind of addresses those within the movie points right it is very Meta. Yes and Tommy a lot about a lot of things about like who are coup girls. Who are not talking about movies and making television not so references and Wayne's world two have been more now oh I haven't seen there's a drastic park reference. There's a thelma and Louise Referenda graduate graduate. Yeah got it all Jimmy. What's your relationship in history? I don't have much of a history with it. I mean this movie came out before I was born so I and I didn't. I don't know my my dad was a big Fan of this movie and I thought everything. My Dad liked was stupid so later learned that that was not true and that. I really liked this movie. I like Mike Myers and Dana. Carvey individually quite a bit. My favorite bad horrible horrible movie as a master of disguise started I Love I love. Shrek. Here's my review Shiloh. Shrek no but I. This is my first time on this movie and I really enjoyed it. I laughed a lot alike. It's it makes me laugh every time it's like I feel like it's so funny it's it's such a great character movie. Yeah I feel like everything they do in character. Stephanie with Garth I love so much and I haven't to a original. That's what she said. I feel like I mean I G- when everyone came out and saying that in the office but does your Wayne's world yeah sure that whoever wrote that on the office was well aware. They're like no no no that was Wayne's world. I really liked it. I had so much fun watching it. I think that like you know on issues of gender. It doesn't do Perfect but on issues of class. I think it does really well. And I have a lot to say about the perfect class issues. Addressed in Wayne's history with winthrop. I definitely grew up with this movie. I we had like the to. Vhs tapes. Of Wayne's World Wayne's were to I saw his at least can get it. Get it as a set and then I bought the set also on DVD. Later Yeah these were a huge staple in the durant household even as recently as two years ago. So I do this fun thing sometimes where I dress up as my own couples costume Because I never have a partner very cool blue and so I will combine. What would normally be to people wearing different costumes? It's always a Wayne and garth and I will combine them into one means that I wear the whole thing of so I've done that for Mardi MC fly and his girlfriend Jennifer Jennifer exactly and I also did it for Wayne and Garth so I have a photo that I will share on instagram and stuff their classic duo like conic do yes. And it's like I knew who Wayne and Garth were even though I'd never seen the movie like it's just like in the DNA of the colts. Yeah well the daily Zeitgeist. Maybe when I was in junior high school again this movie was like me and my friend group loved it was all girls and I think it was before really knew what like swingman so we went to really know what owner so in seventh grade. I went to Catholic school. Remember like me and my friends would. We thought it was like something exciting. Like you did a good job so in class we would stand up. If you've got an eight way like the girl I think all the boys knew what it was so they never did it. I think they thought it was embarrassing. Me and my friends are like swing. Swing swing like in class standing up and it's like now I'm like what just like all the girls in my class showing we did not realize that it was. You're having a Boehner and this really is directed by which I feel like we'll talk about but it also I think that like a lot of yours movie. Yeah who is like an icon in in her own right This is like the highest grossing Snl Sketch originating movie of all time. Like it's got a lot of it helped propel Bohemian rhapsody to the number two song of Nineteen Ninety two which is wild because it came out in the seventy S. Everybody has done that with friends like that song comes on and you do this scene in this guest. Yeah I remember doing that in middle school my cousin and not fully understanding why we were doing it but she had just seen. Let's do the recap. We'll go from there. We meet Wayne Campbell. That's Mike Myers and his best friend. Garth Elgar that's Dana Carvey. Y'All there are these two you know grungy rock and roll dudes who have a local cable access. Show called Wayne's world heard a vicious which they tape out of Wayne's basement in Aurora Illinois. I always think of Mike Myers so deeply Canadian that I assumed that took place in Canada. Oh yeah baby makes you think This Guy Benjamin Rob. Lowe's character is a TV producer. Who sees the show? And he's like. Hey I think I can sell this. Because he's got I guess. Like a client Noah Vander Hoff. Who owns a chain of arcades and is looking to sponsor a show then? Wayne and garth and their friends slash crew. Go to this rock club and this band is playing. Whose lead singer is Cassandra. And Wayne sees her and he goes. Let me see if there's right. She's a babe swing earn so goofy and he chats with her for a minute and he's like. I'm in love with this woman and she invites him to another Gig of hers Meanwhile Benjamin and this producer Guy Russell are trying to pitch Wayne's world to know vendor Hof even though they don't own Wayne's world so the go-to Wayne and Garth and Ben is here sign these contracts and we'll give you a bunch of money and like garth thinks it's weird but like this is Wayne's dream so he goes along with it they sign the contracts then Wayne goes to Cassandra's Gig And they afterwards and she kinda kidney usually likes him he likes her. They are vibe ing. They start dating then. Wayne and garth start doing rehearsals for the like sponsored network version. This is it's such good satire to of how because it's like you know that the set that they're in is probably what they were doing. Snl and then they just like stupid. This is the whole thing right. Because they're it's the set that looks like Wayne's basement that's not Wayne's basement and Wayne and especially garth feel uneasy about Benjamin because he's like. This slimy money boy Siamese money boy. Is it a boy who gets bitten by a radioactive slime money even with my radio active money? That's why moneyball is about right. Yea bitten by Haredi Money So then Wayne and Garth Goto an Alice Cooper concert in Milwaukee. And they're they bump into a security guard played by Chris Farley. Who by the way plays a different character in wins world to really? I think it's a different character. Funny I believe so Who tells them about Frank? Sharp this record producer. Who is looking for new acts to sign and Chris? Farley lays out his whole travel schedule and he's like he's going to be coming through Chicago in This Day and then joke. The joke is made about how you'll you know for security guard. He had an awful lot of information. And we're like Meta humor. We love to see it then. Wayne and garth go back to Chicago for their. I taped show but Wayne Humiliates Noah Vendor. Hof On air so Benjamin fires him very funny and Punk Rock Sphinx boy. Which is a boy bitten by a radioactive spider and then Wayne is like well. I'm taking my show with me and Benjamin's like I own the show so Wayne storms out and he leaves garth there all by himself. Which upsets Garth? And they get in this big fight. Cassandra then breaks up with Wayne. Because he thinks that she might be having sex with Benjamin Right which we will amount and this is what we call it. The low point of the wage white almost like she has two degrees screenwriter. I would never mentioned my master's screenwriting from Boston University. I think that Alfred Molina would have been a great money in this movie. I like when he plays the money. Boy I like it then Wayne decides to win Cassandra back. And he's going to do that by trying to get that frank sharp guy to listen to. Cassandra play music in. The hopes that he will want to sign her. And using the Info that Chris Farley gave them they stage this whole thing where Wayne goes to Chicago to get CASSANDRA. Who's in the middle of shooting? A music video with Benjamin. He brings her back to his house. They do the Wayne's world show from his basement just like old times and then like garth uses his like tech skills to. He's a hacker. He's a hacker percenter. Hi Yes he like. Triangulate some statellites or something So cassandra playing on. The show will be broadcast on the TV in Frank. Sharps LIMO. Frank sees it he goes to Wayne's house there are various alternate endings but the real ending is that he signs Cassandra and basically everyone lives happily ever after so. That's the story quick break. We'll come back party on the World Is Yours. The Ball podcast. The new podcast with.
"wayne" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
"Killer clown John Wayne Gay see. We're reliving how a seemingly normal neighbor active in his community was in fact an evil killer. The score is six to four in favor of Maggie before we get into round two. Let's get a little rules. Update the questions are still multiple. Choice A. B. and C. And a correct answer is worth one point each. However there's a twist in this round called the killer question. That question is worth three points because there are no multiple choice options. You either know the answer are you. Don't and you better hope you know it because one player will be eliminated at the end of this round. Ready to keep playing. Yeah sure okay here. We go with round to the questions in this round will lead up to gay sees inevitable arrest but first let's look at how. Jc went from party clown to cold blooded killer. In January nineteen seventy two sixteen year old. Timothy McCoy was passing through Chicago after visiting an aunt in Michigan. That's when he encountered John Wayne Gase at the Greyhound. Bus Terminal McCoy never made it home instead. He became the victim of Galaxies. First murder which gase claimed was in self defense in a later interview. Casey stated quote. That's when I realized that death was the ultimate thrill but Casey's success in business and personal life. Help disguise his dark side. As he now quietly became the predatory serial killer. We've all come to know as we discussed earlier. Casey would usually get his young victims very drunk before making advances but those advances were now becoming violent question number eleven. What did Casey used to subdue his victims? Prior to killing them a chains be handcuffs. Sea Cages Megi be handcuffs. The correct answer is B. Handcuffs. Casey would pull off quote the handcuff trick as he called it where he'd convince his drunk victims to put on the handcuffs themselves. He then finished with quote the rope trick where he'd strangled them. That makes the score Maggie seven Caitlyn four by the end of nineteen seventy five unrelated to his behavior with young men. Casey second wife asked for a divorce and moved out of the House. This only intensified his murder spree between nineteen seventy six and nineteen. Seventy eight is when Casey is known to have killed most of his victims since he now had the house all to himself he referred to this time as his quote cruising years question number twelve where on. Casey's property did he put the bodies of most of his victims. A crawlspace be the attic. See the basement CAITLAND. A A crawlspace across base is correct. Answer after confessing to his crimes. Casey.
"wayne" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
"Golden headphones makes sense. Do both Yup. Yes great okay. Let's play killer knowledge. Here we go with around one for this. First round the questions introduced us to John Wayne Gracie as he grows from an abused child into a violent monster. Casey was born in March. Nineteen forty two. He was the only son of three children. His mother Marian was a homemaker his father. John was a car mechanic in veteran. Question Number One. In which city was John? Wayne Casey born a Chicago Illinois. Be Milwaukee. Wisconsin see Detroit Michigan Megi. Be Milwaukee Wisconsin. That is incorrect Caitlyn. I'M GONNA go with a Chicago Illinois a Chicago Illinois is the correct answer growing up. John Wayne Casey was much closer to his two sisters and mother than his father who is physically and emotionally abusive. John had health issues that kept him from being active like other boys in that made him the subject of more ridicule and beatings from his father. The score is one to nothing. In favor of CAITLAND. The criticism mistreatment stretched into Casey's high school years. Then around the age of Twenty Casey briefly escaped that life by moving to Las Vegas for three months. That's where you got a job that played directly into the mind of disturbed man question number two. Where did Casey work while he lived in Las Vegas a the homicide unit? Be a mortuary see a cemetery. Maggie be a mortuary the correct answer is B. John Wayne. Casey worked as an assistant at Palm. Mortuary in Las Vegas in later interviews. Casey said that he slept behind the embalming room and he revealed that he wants crawled into a coffin and cuddle the dead body of a teenage boy before becoming overwhelmed with disgusted himself. This prompted Casey to move back to Chicago with his family. That makes the score one to one..
"wayne" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"But for the for all intensive purposes, it was on a dime. He completely changed careers. And then also Wayne, who times was not open to things that ended up becoming amazing things that changed his life, and ended up flourishing in ways. He never could have possibly imagine. That was, let's make a deal and that was for whose line. And so be open to things when you're natural defenses I go up and you go, I don't think I could do that. We'll wait a minute. If I could maybe what if I did, and not just saying yes to things in life. But also, as Wayne said to say, yes, and maybe take an improv class could even if even if you think you're it's not the thing for you or that you're not amazing at it. It's still could open you up in ways that could change your life that you can take those tools. You learned in the improv class out into the real world and sort of infused them into your daily choices but also. Talking about Wade. And the idea of identity and on. But. If you do a lot of different things or if you do something that's different anew, and people don't know how to categorize it or how to categorize you. I think that's usually a really good sign because it means that you're doing something fresh, and there's often a lot of resistance to new fresh things much in the same way that you resist making new and fresh choices in your life. Other people the world, the internet will resist new and fresh ideas. If you put something out there that they don't necessarily have a frame of reference for. So if you do a bunch of different things, they might try to categorize you as one thing, don't listen to them that might mean you're on the right path, but the more things you do the more different things you pull together, make up the unique creature that is you that is different to anyone else. In the world. So in brace all of that, don't be afraid. If someone says, I don't get that. That's weird. That's new. You actually that might be the best thing ever because it means you're on the right path. I've done things before I've done work stuff before people like, what are you doing? That's dumb. I mean, look, this is the dumbest most obvious example. But when we started talking dead, this is dumb. Why would anyone start a show that talks about another show? This is stupid. Maybe you still feel that way. I don't know. But it seems to have worked and then within a year. So people were trying to copy the idea. After shows were popping up all over the place. Some of the same people that said that we were stupid for doing it. So it just if you get that kind of resistance, I don't know what this is this is dumb. I don't know what is this? I can't tell what this is you might actually be on the right track. Maybe you're not I don't know. But I'm just giving you this bit of advice, so that you.
"wayne" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Wayne Brady. I will. All. We order my credit card. He goes, oh, I thought that was you and what I used to be head of marketing for Sony, and I did a show with you with you years ago. And he said, I got, you know, like, there are a lot of ships in the business around two thousand nine and he said that fifty. I got laid off and he's like I didn't know what I was going to do. I'd been marketing for like thirty years or whatever. And so he. He called his friend Norman Lear because he had worked for. And he I don't know what to do normal like pretty much like, did you are you happy with your job? Do you or anything else go? I don't know. I'm not really happy with it anymore. Anyway, it goes well doubts time to do something new. And he just happened to have a passion for bread making. So he pursued it and opened this incredible bakery, in this tiny little town called those Alamos called. Los Alamos where the nuclear testing. I think it's a different Los Alamos. There's there's, there's a Los Alamos in New Mexico. Yeah. And this Los Alamos is. Just off the one on one. And so there's like a little it's like it's kind of a vineyard area and this tiny little town is sort of being revitalized by. Just like artsy creative types. So these old rundown places are now like like patik hotel, like dole old motels turned into like a Tiki hotel. That's any opened this really incredible. It's like the fucking best bread ever. It's called well. Bred. Well, bred? It's called Los Alamos. Name's Bob, and he was great. Well, I'm glad it worked out for him. Because it sounded like coming in on the story it sound like this guy was in marketing, and then was a waiter serving, you know, his shop. Well, then that was hit Brent. It was his it was his cafe. And, you know, and also just such an interesting lesson. I'm like, oh my God. You don't like whatever direction you think your life is going. And then all the sudden something changes and it's like, well, I'm just going to do this and other new thing now. So I don't know. It was it was very inspiration good for above good for Bob. Let's talk about you, Wayne Brady. How're you doing? I love these glasses. I have these was a kid. No. These originals. This is an original that the one you have is a reproach, but I have original original Landau air, and you can see the shape of the glasses is different, so cool. Yeah. Although someone has pointed out that if you got. The glass and hadn't seen the movie. The, the little exposition on the back gives up a lot of it's a lot of spoiler. Oh, yeah. They do that in the on on the cards to like as a kid. I remember having having the Star Wars cards, and depending on which cards you gave it actually told you the movie. Yeah. It's what you the exact thing. I'm hoping that, if you bought the card, you probably saw the movie. It's like no one watches talking dead. If they didn't watch Walking Dead. You know what I mean? It's like they probably we can't spoil anything on the show because people are probably already in just random glasses, if you were just like I'm going to get some water. I sure can't wait to go see the Star Wars movie, God, damn it, it's right here on the. Never again. He's very excited. He's very passionate rea-. Big. Bigs hours fan growing up will yes. And no. And I think it's an interesting thing thing because I, I'm, I'm writing a book right now called young gifted and wack about being a, a young black nerd from the hood and we've heard these stories in the eighties. Of course. Those of us that came they came of age about being being a nerd of the things that worked sessile to you people never talk about the kids who were nerds, and never had the things that you went..
"wayne" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Wayne. Join. The rest of the family in the house around one pm along with Justin Diane. There was also Wayne's brother. I couldn't find the name of Wayne's brother standing in the kitchen, Wayne open the package, the first thing he saw was an envelope that said merry Christmas. Wayne peruse the letter. It was a business proposal inside the box were crumpled up fliers from various advertisers, placed inside the box. This was used as likely padding Britain after removing the papers Wayne pulled out a large Duracell flashlight. So this is a balky flashlight with a handle on it. Yeah. And we'll post all these pictures on Instagram at true crime garage, Dwayne flicked on the power switch, but nothing happened. So Justin took the flashlight and try the button as well. But the light did not come on. He tried to open up the battery compartment. But couldn't it seemed like it was glued or fastened. Shut Wayne took the flashlight back. Moving into the family room and sitting down on the sofa. He then tried the switch again in the room exploded, they called nine one one immediately after the explosion you heard a portion of that call during our trailer, the trauma and fear in Diane's voices palpable. She's she's screaming the flashlight was a cleverly disguised bomb. The interior of the flashlight was filled with explosives that were sparked by the activation of the ons which packed around. The explosives were a large number of roofing. Nails the nails did exactly what they were intended to do. They sprayed Wayne in the area around him the front of Wayne's body, including his face, basically, blew up blood sprayed all over the walls windows, shattered nails, flew through the drywall and into other rooms even embedding in the ceiling, basically lost everything from his face down to his thought is I hate to paint, this unfortunate picture. But you have to picture for a second demand sitting there on the sofa the flashlight basically in his lap. And he's looking down at the flashlight win this bomb goes off. So he absorbed almost all of the blast. According to investigators, he died instantly the Salk about the investigation, captain. So when the police arrived, they found the family room covered into Bree. Broken furniture and glass, where everywhere Wayne's body was still lying on the couch now covered with a blanket and his family was in hysterics, the Antero police they closed off the scene and sent the family elsewhere for questioning detective Paul Johnson of the homicide unit was put in charge of the investigation processing the scene took several days. Police gathered the names of business associates and colleagues of Wayne's started looking through his business. Banking travel and phone records and the package that was holding the bomb. It was confirmed that was delivered through the mail. But also the box was a wind box as well. Right. Yeah. The mail carrier. Her name is Joyce said that her and her daughter and small grandson were in her mail truck that day helping with packages and deliveries on her route. She remembered the package to Wayne because of a pretty ribbon that was on this package. She also noted that the package fitted if exactly into the mailbox Joyce was still out on her route when she heard the sirens, but she didn't discover what had actually happened until the following day when she arrived at the post office, which was now crawling with cops. Okay. So captain, what kind of evidence can we collect from the packaging? I it had a large number of stamps on it amounting to extra postage. So it would appear that someone wanted to make sure that this wouldn't get returned. That they put more than enough to guarantee that it would be delivered. Of course, you're not gonna want a package that's a bomb to be returned to you. Well, and unfortunately, no DNA was found on the stamps or the packaging, but also something with the packaging the box that it held in like a said was wine. So you wonder he's in the distribution business? Is there somebody that distributes wind that would have access to this box to put the bomb in?.
"wayne" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"That dicey neighbor. That's the ad junked professor separate. I I've, I would expect nothing less than you my friend. All right. We'll give me just one minutes wrap things up from the bottom of my cold did heart. Thank you Wayne Felker giving us some time to this day. Well, that's it until next time on Ken Pollack chat show. But of course, this show just doesn't happen with Mijas showing up speaking in new microphone. There are people that help out including chat, show himself Mr. Kevin Pollack, our head writer, Jamie Foxx, Jason McIntyre and Corey Levin, or producers and working on post Devon right here in the booth. The overlords. Wow, applause. Absolutely. Thank you so much, and you did a great job today. You lowered the temperature in here right before we started that, sir, gets you huge points in my book. I'm a sweaty man, and then and then of course you're wolf the the wonderful people that host us. So until next time you may fuck off. Folks. Eight is national coming out month, but you stretch it out to the whole, what he say. Yeah. So you should know about our podcast, Dave Holmes mcconnachie we host almo right ear. We'll to queer comedy party where we grill queer celebrities on what the loving and who they're loving. We have Indem eye-opening end hilarious conversations about everything from our guest pop culture obsessions to their personal experiences with dating and sex and love. You get to know a deeper more personal side of your favorite career. People like John love for America. Joe reim- butcher. John Early John Early was here Trixie. Mattel. I mean, we have had cool. We're all guests on our show. I know Dan, savage was guest on our stand freaking savage. Do you ever Brian Whelan told us. I mean, I'm not even get into the story right now. But listen, Brian tells the story. Episodes are released every single Friday just in time for your gay weekend. Listen and subscribe to homework. Helium now on apple podcasts or Stitcher, or wherever you listen.
"wayne" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"The way you use to simple words i am instead of saying things like i am sad i am sick or i am unlovable wayne suggest to focus on what you wish to be true by saying things like i am happiness i am health i am love it's a technique he believes has helped him immensely with his leukemia tell me this when did you know the leukemia was gone you know i was still writing wishes fulfilled at that time yes and i begin to to listen to the reading that i was doing on it on the i am discourses and and and what it said in there is always used to the name i am is the name of god it's the name that god said to moses i am that i am and he's done that she'll be mine name for all future generations so that's my name so every time you use the name i am you're really using the name of god so if you say i am weak you know in in the book again of the bible into the book of joel it says let the week man say i am strong so you you have to call things that do not exist as if they did that's again that's out of the book of job so you have to get yourself to a place where you're willing to say i am perfect health i am well i now start all of my lectures with i am well i am i am perfect i'll and i don't go back and check my my white blood counts i say this i have not partaken of new blood tests and medical valuations because i trust in what i experienced is such a degree that i need no external validation to assure me that these mysterious mystical events took place i was there for the surgery and i was there for the suture removal i need say nothing more and so you now don't do the blood test i don't do the blood tests i don't mind the colleges that i was working with agrees with me he said just just go by how what you don't want is to be indoctrinated by somebody else's idea of what your health is that's one of the most important things like the the wishes fulfilled foundations that that this book is based upon our place into your imagination self actualized people i learned from abraham maslow's when i was a young doctoral student you never put into your imagination anything that you do not want to materialize into your life so you don't put into the imagination something like i am poor i am depressed you know because when moses was speaking to god god didn't say my name is i hope things work out or my name is maybe he said i am i i am that i meaning i am that and i am that and i am everything okay mastering the art of manifestation how is that different from the law of attraction it's very very different tell me the the law of attraction and i'm not i'm not here to put down the love attraction i think it's i think what the attraction and the secret open people up to a way of thinking absolutely it had its flaws because allowed some people to think that all you had to do is think about a bicycle nara which show up and the key word that you use in here over and over and over again in every chapter is that in order to attract or manifest anything you have to be in alignment with your source with with god we have to stay connected to the ocean you can't just sit around and wish your stuff or so the basic thing that neville taught me a lot of this is from the teachings of neville never got her who died in the nineteen seventies he he he basically said that all of us i have within us this amazing capacity to manifest attract anything that we want into our life so how we call it what what words that we use we have to be able to say you know in the secret they say you you get what you want you know what is missing and what neville said and what what has come to me and what i got from the i am discourses and what i get from the new testament which i read before i did is that you you say i will attract into my life what i am not what i.
"wayne" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Virtual reality there are over a thousand videos on the app right now it's like you're in the studio there is no other a podcast app like this download the all new podcast one out in the app store or on who will welcome back to the chad bravery show everybody welcome back to the chat breakthrough show i i've been i i've been on several different radio talk shows over the years and uh i got to know this uh this guy by listening to his voice a lot that he was on those show he come on after mere i'd come on right after him and i listen to the radio show and i was like this guy has something to say i mean he really is so i started little research on this guy name wayne to pre and i said this this is a smart cat right here i love this guy and he's sitting in with me today on this episode of the jet british awaiting thanks for being with me man cpa what is going on arm amir man i had dug de at a minute in i was so excited when they said that they get you lined up you're able to come on the show eggs i know you're busy man in there's a lotta there's a lot of stuff that we need to talk about because you know there's people in inner dinner wayne to pre in aca truth now i'm not i'm not spout and i'm just telling you use this truth you're so well you know we were talking off their about what we do you know you've got a podcast you've got the waned appreciable and it's a big one i mean it's a big show a lot of people are listening in a lot of people who tune in and a lot more people need to be tuning in energy.
"wayne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"My jail cell which isn't that bad but he they guy felt man it it was so those so not not only do we had our dogs and you had your dog's edward their wonderful their crime my joe wayne coin wayne yeah i'm takes this heroic leap in your unknowing as drives do it gets to gums to a tiny house no no it's a pure unami i know you kind of yeah yeah and you're travelling across country it you're not as complete stranger or anything you know we're we've been trying to do this for a long time and then when i do finally get their your you've you've left accord at at wills houses that is up that's exactly what atta but we started this conversation for you press the button yes and then you turn and slightly turned into this other radio personality guy i am i doing that the my bra's now each now nodded all really not at all where he did know which unlike that come on step it up you want me to be narva but we were like i was asked you have you ever been to therapy you said wait a minute hold on let me guess head rutley at yeah no i i answer therapy i went to therapy a little bit but i don't go regularly i think you should is a great thing to do but i do you go to therapy um no but i mean i but i get to talk about myself all the time to strangers who were not that invested in you know what i mean so and i think if you didn't have that you weren't asked about things in your life and you didn't get to talk about them and they were heavy things you would want to have some one and so i think you know doing interviews as you probably maybe you are about say this i mean a sense it has a therapeutic absolutely articulating is different than thinking and writing and even talking articulating.
"wayne" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Wayne the landed change your mind imagine yay ooh meghan lead on at the state of the government in need liam neeson being this aid it's not could is so bad did you oh yes but but but oh that's good the girl no no the the wall bingo the is thank you the panel of his government neither is mishandling boy the do hey this aid the cash his so did yes he in but but both i quit both the girl ooh yeah it is this it is the oh it is every five kiss alabama boise's number one hit music station there may or may not be a christmas this year all because of a damn tree details on returning stories of your brunell i got a patten baby was so they a glanville fell powerful me of charles drop what do we know but boon who knows thank you god bless you if you moan it's hit you and then the daniel just the.