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Boston Celtics Season Comes To An End With 125-113 Loss To Miami Heat In Game 6
"Or going to the MBA finals that beat the Celtics in Game six of the Eastern Conference finals. It will be the Heat and the Lakers Game one on Wednesday.
Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water
"A brain eating amoeba is found in the water supply of the brasses sport Water Authority. Nine communities being told not to consume any tap water. Let's run through these nine. Lake Jackson, Freeport Angleton, Brazoria Richwood Oyster Creek Clue. Rosenberg Dow Chemical TDCJ Clemens and TDCJ Wayne Scott. Residents advise. Don't DRINK Don't Wash. Don't SHOWER Don't use tap water for anything except Flushing a toilet until further notice.
Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again
"Court will hear arguments today in President Trump's long running fight to keep his tax returns out of the hands of Manhattan D A Cy Vance. Mr. Trump's lawyers appealed to the second U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals after a District court court judge judge last last month month rejected rejected their their efforts efforts to to invalidate invalidate a a subpoena. subpoena. Yes, Yes, you you do. do. Trump's Trump's accounting accounting firm firm by by the the D. D. A's A's office office a a temporary temporary restraining restraining order order blocking blocking tax records from being turned over. He is now in effect. The president says he expects the case to go to the U. S. Supreme Court. Making it unlikely that this dispute will be resolved before the November election.
Los Angeles Lakers Top Nuggets, Now One Win Away From NBA Finals
"NBA playoffs, the Lakers top the Nuggets 1 14 Wanna wait? Ella is up three games to one in the Western Conference finals one win away from their first trip to the finals in 10 years.
New York - 50 Teachers Quarantined After Staten Island School Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
"And on Staten Island, 50. Staffers at a middle school are being forced to quarantine because an employee's tested positive for covert Department of Education spokesperson tells the Staten Island advance that staffers at ISE 51 Markham Intermediate School in Port Richmond Center disregarded social distancing guidelines. Teachers now under quarantine are gonna have to work remotely. Parented Aya's 51. We're told to be infected Staffer in a letter that was sent out on Wednesday.
The Met Opera cancels the 2020-2021 season due to the coronavirus pandemic
"Season for the first time, and it's nearly 140 year history. 218 performances of 23 operas will be lost. The Mets international tour is also canceled. The Metsgeneral manager says the opera House will lose $154 million since the beginning of the pandemic. Um, it does plan to return for a new season next September with the company's first presentation of a black composer Terence Blanchard. Another
Judge: Eric Trump Must Give New York Deposition Before Election
"Eric Trump must cooperate with the fraud investigation in New York and give a sworn deposition before Election Day that ruling from the state judge. The judge says he will have to do that testimony by October. 17th at the latest. The investigation by the attorney general in New York petition James looks into whether President Trump and the Trump Organization may have committed voter fraud or fraud. That is by lying about assets to get loans and to get tax
‘Urgent Action' Needed to Contain New New York City COVID-19 Cluster
"You. In New York City officials say urgent action has to happen now to contain the sprawling new clusters that are popping up in Marlon Diamond. Is back on that story this morning, Marla. Good morning. What is the city doing about it? What's new? Good morning, Wayne. There is now an Ocean Parkway cluster in Borough Park, Midwood and Bensonhurst. We are in Williamsburg this morning where they've also seen an uptick in cases and the mayor says the Health Department will be doing everything in its power. To stop the spread. We're seeing a serious uptick. In multiple neighborhood simultaneously, and it's something we have to address with a very aggressive public health effort right away. The city's health department says Covert cases have tripled in the Ocean Parkway area as well as far Rockaway and Williamsburg. They've doubled in Kew Gardens. Mayor says the neighborhoods have 20% of all the city's new cases. This is something can be addressed. We have the tools and the measures we need a lot of cooperation. From all the neighborhoods involved, But I want to be very clear. This is something that requires urgent action. Health officials blame the Coben 19 spike on the high holy days, the opening of yeshivas and travel to and from Israel. Mayor says the sheriff's department and the NYPD will be cracking down on large
How To Generate High-Value Leads On LinkedIn
"My guest today is Matt Kark. That is the founder of the virtual edge and CO creator of the rainmaker system. An online marketing system that helps coaches, advisers and consultants get two to five times. Hi I'm sorry. Let me start that over again. Two to five high value leads per day from Lincoln without paying for ads. and His business partner have helped over a thousand businesses in seventeen countries grow exponentially. There's three step approach places human connection at its core paving the way for a new wave of lead generation marketing. Virtual. Edge is a multimillion dollar company and they have helped their clients grow to six and seven figures without paid advertising. Which I find fascinating, which is why wanted out to be here today. So thanks for joining me today, Matt. Thank you for having me on. I'm excited to be here. I am thrilled to have you here and I saw this subject is so fascinating for me because I. Feel like I. See a lot of people doing things incorrectly unlinked in and like especially now that we're in the situation where people can't be face to face. Right. So this you know human connection at its core, it is interesting for me but. I want to start with if you would define what Yael believe is a high value lead. Yeah, brilliant. I love that question because most people Wayne, they say leads and especially on. Lincoln. They talk about connections and they talk about how many potential people you're going to reach out to. But that's not really elite. That's just the beginning part of the process. So for me hide that you lead is somebody that has gone unchecked profile. That has been specifically targeted. You've had a conversation with them and you shared with them. What results you can help people like them achieve they say, yes they're interested in talking and you get an email address himself a number that's what I consider lead. And at somebody that is going to be that's lead first of all but a high value lead is someone that you're selling something to fall. You know at least three thousand dollars. Okay, that's interesting. Okay. So that's sort of the benchmark then. Yeah clean okay. Sell. It fit based on that it feels to me like knowing your ideal client is really really important. So you could differentiate between high value lead someone who just might be a good connection for you yes. So. Will you talk some about I? Mean I'm all about defining your ideal client, but for the listeners, will you talk about why that is so important? Hundred percent and you know like you said I mean it's one of the most important things that you can actually do right and. Getting clear on your ideal client will determine a couple of things if it's like, maybe I can take a step back. If you're trying to target everybody, it's very difficult to create a compelling message to get out into the marketplace. Because you don't know what they want and what they're trying to achieve. So if you get laser focused on an ideal client and instead of Trying to use a shotgun from you know five hundred yards are a thousand yards, use a sniper rifle and you're going off to that one ideal client. You can dive deep into are as a person. Instead of just thinking of them as. A prospect potential clients you dive into who they are as a person. When you do that, it allows you to understand who they are and what they need and what the core things are that they're really excited. And the things that are actually going to be excited about buying and spending money intended conversations, and once you do that, you can then just go and find more people like that. You, see for a lot of people that we work with you know they don't need to have forty fifty clients a month. In fact, most of the people in order to get to six and seven and eight figures, they need three to four clients a month. Right, so it's not like you need a ton of clients to be able to generate massive results. Okay. So I love this idea of getting stuck with they are as a person. And I feel like there's people listening who are thinking. Okay. But. If I'm selling like beat be like consultants that that deal with businesses. Does that still told trial. Absolutely one hundred percent because if you're a consultant and you know mean that's what I do and that's a part of our business and a lot of. The companies that we work with our consultants as well. So even then the most specific, you get around few years targeting and what sort of results you can help them achieve the easier it is to reach these guys. Now the mistake that most people make is they go in and they say their business consultant they'll say I help businesses grow right. Number One. What. Kind of businesses who you talking in the business? What are the big problems they have? What sort of growth can they achieve and what sort of timeframe?
Airlines Are Asking for a Second Bailout. Congress Should Say No.
"We begin today with airlines their CEO's and union leaders are begging Congress for an extension to the twenty five, billion dollar industry bailout that was part of the cares act travel demand isn't returning fast enough, and now the industry is warning of a massive wave of layoffs if lawmakers extend funding before October first, but Congress is fighting and. Preoccupied. So where does that leave the airlines and their employees marketplace's Andy Euler reports according to the Trade Group Airlines for America passenger volume is off about sixty five percent from a year ago and airlines are collectively burning through five billion dollars. Each month CEO Nick Kelly says airlines are asking for six months federal help because hopefully by then we will be over the Hump and we will start to have a pickup and travel by next spring. The conditions of the previous bailout protected workers until October First Kalua warns that up to one hundred, thousand airline employees could soon join the ranks of the unemployed and Robert W man, a former airline executive and industry consultant says a second bailout would help the US economy recover faster when the pandemic Wayne's if the industry were to fall into disrepair if it were to fall into. Destructive restructuring during the pandemic, the question would be, what would you have around to help your on the other side? When exactly we get to the other side of the pandemic it's still murky and Federal Nikkei Day Rusia George Mason University says, another twenty five billion dollars is not going to solve the problem. This is justice coning the inevitable as long as the demand doesn't go back up. This is just basically a band-aid patch. She says bankruptcy would be the best option airlines have shown that they can emerge from restructuring healthier, and she says that needs troubled airlines don't pose a major risk to the economy at large. I made Euler
General Mills Aims to Protect Coronavirus Sales Boost
"Food company reported quarterly earnings and net sales that beat analyst expectations. General Mills is not providing an outlook for fiscal 2021. But it did raise its dividend.
New York City Weather: Sunny and warm with small chance of showers on Sunday
"Meteorologist Craig Allen has our five day forecast and it Stays pretty dry until what? Almost the under your five day it's true on almost till Monday. You know, we were hoping to be honest with you. I was that we'd get a least a little bit of the rain. The fringe effects from from beta as it moves on up through the Mississippi Valley now, but Just like previous storms. It looks like most of the moisture is going to stay well, South, not even reaching parts of Ah, the Jersey Shore or eastern Long Island, like it did last time. Looks like it'll stay from about maybe the extreme southern sections of New Jersey but more so down towards the Midatlantic Coast, Virginia's Carolinas and so forth over the next 24 to 48 hours. So sunny and warmer for today. I mean this part we like You can't complain about this 75 to 80 near 60 tonight fifties in the suburbs Thursday Friday Saturday 75 to 80 once again. Sunday. There's a slight chance just a slight chance of a shower 74 to 80 a better chance as a weather front fromthe West pushes in a chance of showers on Monday, and highs will be in the mid to the upper seventies. Right now in the city. It is already 62 humidity 57% Today's high 75 to 80 and
New York City Comedy Clubs Implore Cuomo To Let Them Resume Both Outdoor & Indoor Events
"Owners and state Senator Michael Generous, say it is no joke comedy clubs would close for good overcoat. 19 restrictions more from WCBS reporter Christie Collision Senate Deputy leader Generous says the state hasn't made clear the difference between comedy clubs and restaurants. When it comes to reopening. Well, they can't tell us because there's a difference. The the answer is that there is no reason why it's arbitrary. It's bureaucracy at tourist on. Hopefully we'll push through a quick way. Generous, met with the governor, staff and club owners on the issue weeks ago and says the meeting was productive, but that things went quiet. The governor has spoken after are not one in comedy clubs to reopen the clubs are willing to do whatever it takes to reopen safely and are just waiting for guidelines from the state. They're willing to put a plexiglass that surrounds the performers. That's necessary, they Ah, they sell tickets to his performances so they would have everyone's information of contact tracing becomes necessary, the senator says. This also comes at a time when a good laugh is really needed. Misty
Cindy McCain endorses Joe Biden for president
"Joe Biden for president tweeting that we are Republicans. Yes, but we are Americans foremost, Cindy McCain says, and Joe Biden is the only candidate who exemplifies America's values. She appeared on the Democratic National Convention floor last month when she spoke about her late husband's unlikely friendship as she put it with Joe Biden. While the bobcat fire in L. A county
Convicted New York PD cop killer scheduled to be released on parole
"The Black Liberation Army for the murders of 13 police officers during the 19 seventies. Two of them were killed in Harlem by a man who called 911 to lure them in and then to assassinate them as part of the goal to wage war on America. The year was 1971 49 years later, that killer is now up for parole. Sean Adams is working the story this morning, Shawn. Half a century and the pain is still sharp, especially with rumors that the killer will be set free soon. It is indeed for the families of police officers Joseph Piacentini and Waverly Jones. That pain has never gone away. Murdered in cold blood by extremists, radicals with the Black Liberation Army Piacentini. Was white, his partner Jones, Black. Last year. Diane Argentine, he told the parole board. Her husband's killer doesn't deserve mercy because he showed none himself. Anthony Bottom assassinated my husband husband on on Waverly Waverly Jones Jones because because they they wore wore the the blue blue uniform uniform commissioner's commissioner's on on the the parole parole board board need need to to continuously continuously night parole. Argentina now tells picks 11. She is angry by this decision, she says Bottoms Never And rehabilitated in 1971 bottom, and two other members lured the police officers to Ah Harlem housing complex with the fake 911 call they ambushed and then gunned down. The partners. Two years ago, Convicted cop killer Herman Bell was released on parole. Albert Washington He died behind bars. Bottom is now 68 years old. He reportedly suffered from Cove it in prison earlier this year. Reporting live. Sean Adams.
New York MTA's proposed rules target homeless population, advocate says
"MP A board will vote later today on codifying Corona virus rules had been in place since March. That include a 90 minute limit on how long someone can sit on a station bench and bans on lying down and shopping carts. Advocates say this targets homeless people.
Elon Musk reveals plans to slash electric battery costs, build $25,000 Tesla
"Tesla has plans to build a relatively cheap $25,000 electric car by 2023 CEO Elon Musk at the company so called Battery Day said the cheaper car will come from cutting the battery cost in half, investors seemed Disappointed after the highly anticipated presentation shares fell in late trading yesterday.
Report: Giants signing Devonta Freeman
"On I R today or signing free agent running back Devonta Freeman. The Giants also have veteran Dion Lewis and Wayne Goldman in their backfield as well. Denver Broncos have signed free agent quarterback Blake Bortles following the shoulder
"wayne k" Discussed on Murder Minute
"He was born in Washington DC where his father still lived. And had a stepmother and half brothers and sisters who reportedly considered him an outcast. Mayola graduated high school in high. It's Bill Maryland join the army at age nineteen. Went Awol and was discharged. In nineteen fifty five he was convicted of sodomy in Maryland and served ten months of a two year sentence. Then on March twenty first in nineteen sixty, he was arrested in Long Beach. California. For molesting a child. He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct and was sentenced to a one hundred and five dollar fine. Roughly. Nine hundred dollars today. Or just ten days.
"wayne k" Discussed on Murder Minute
"A white. Georgia state trooper has been fired and charged with murder on Friday one week after he fatally shot a sixty year old black man during a traffic stop over a broken tail light. The Trooper Twenty seven year old Jacob, Thomson pulled over sixty year old Julian. Roosevelt Louis at around nine PM on August seventh. Lewis was returning home from a convenience store run. Thompson spotted Lewis driving with a broken tail light followed him and attempted to pull him over. Lewis continued driving the officer then used his patrol car to force Lewis his car to turn. Causing him to stop in a ditch? Lewis put both of his hands on the steering wheel and Thompson of the vehicle with his weapon drawn. The officer claims that that's when Lewis attempted to drive toward him and Thomson opened fire. An attorney for Lewis's family said quote Mr Lewis, never got out of the vehicle and the investigation will show that mere seconds after the crash he was shot to death shot in the face and killed. The president of Georgia's end C. P. Chapter called the slaying of Louis quote another chilling example of black man being killed unlawfully by a white law enforcement officer. The Georgia Department of Public Safety said in his statement Thompson was subsequently fired for his quote negligence or inefficiency in performing the duties or Commission of a felony. Jacob Thompson faces charges of felony murder and aggravated assault. Those your true crime headlines. Up Next Larry Wayne Thomas. But first a quick break. A few weeks back I became a drive market member. They're delivering organic and sustainable groceries right to my door with over six thousand wholesome products curated from the world's best organic, non GMO nontoxic and sustainable brands. I can't imagine shopping any other way. Once you try thrive market. You'll love it as much as I do. Here's why. As a proud drive market member I, get the products I love and my paid membership provides a free one for someone in need. Like a low income family, a teacher, a veteran, or a first responder. Drive Market Taylor's to over seventy different diets and values like Paleo Kito plant based delivering the highest quality, organic and sustainable essentials from groceries, healthy snacks, meat, and seafood nontoxic cleaning products, and bath and body. As a member, I'm saving twenty five to fifty percent off traditional retail prices and their carbon neutral shipping is free on orders over forty nine dollars. But. Dr Market isn't just good for my body. It's good for everybody. The savings I get on my favorite clean organic products are amazing. But. I also feel good about helping to support communities in need. In addition to membership matching thrive market has raised over seven.
"wayne k" 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 k" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"State parks will close as the statewide staple mortar takes effect can we not just talk about this on Friday and not being sure of what they're talking about people are still allowed to enjoy trails and greenways lines they practice social justice in art so which which parts are going to close are you kidding me the coolest aren't close of new state park in Wayne K. you're been there nope there's there's tons of room there yes I know that they have like the the the visitor center there in the in the parking lot but there's trails all around there carver's creaking Cumberland well hold on here's the here's the list you know river you understand that in new York's Central Park is open right yeah I think they've got a field hospital there now they have a feel yes absolutely right Samaritan's purse put a field hospital right the middle of that thing but my point is that it's open and people are utilized in in in the utilizing that by insane way from each other look if your beef is if you're B. fares you don't trust people to do it that's a problem that's a problem then that's a problem you can go down in in force right eight Hey get away you know you'd be like at you be like a a parent chaperoning your kids date right Hey Hey Hey to close but cheap to shut down I'm standing in email Stone Mountain Stone Mountain state park really there's like five people there are you serious we try to do the whole town of Elkin drive over there one day and he just can't keep them apart Hey what's another what's another is even smaller than the whole town and state highway is that what it's called trying to remember his official name is to shut down Stone Mountain state park Kyle would you please accept our we pull up the acreage on Stone Mountain state park it's one or two acres or more I think it might be a little more fourteen thousand one hundred acres and people can't get six feet away the point that I'm making is there are there are ways in which you can continue to provide outlets talking to you government continue to private provide outlets and expected people are are going to do you have you seen the corona wingspan thing you're seen anyone do this yet so people are on like walking there like a walking paths or whatever and if they see another person coming the other way the person puts in the ads some due to put his arms out to create a at a distance and you know yeah I know that that person that's walking towards up also puts their arms out now when they pass the roughly you know they'll be they'll be close enough for government work you know what I'm saying we could all just carry both staffs as an alternative well the I saw that and then I saw a video that old guy who was he had like a selfie stick and he was using that embodies poking people with that I might be with thank but he was doing it to try to you know make sure that he maintains certain distance not the best mount Mitchell mount Mitchell but never mind I talked to somebody on the phone was a Thursday or Friday last week and and they were incredulous because their point was if I want to get away from this business and not be near anyone let me go camping let me get out there in the middle of nowhere well it should mount Jefferson I'm I'm I have some thoughts here I don't wanna make any accusations but and you don't maybe with the B. here's the thing with the mount Mitchell thing I it could be hard you ever you ever I mean you can drive mostly up at but when you get to that last little bit I didn't you're only kind of dealing with one little one little area there so I'd be hard to get away from people but there's so many past in some of these other ones I'm talking about the amount of pass over an email and status Stone Mountain for that matter mount Mitchell editor not mount Mitchell in Jefferson they're significant areas Sir hanging rock state park you get the whole area around the lake come out with this eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four you agree with this it is a good idea I don't know this seems kind of counterintuitive it's especially over the weekend that we can and we just had weather wise holy crap and on what same plan it would it would you have spent the whole weekend inside as many people dead you want right so I'm providing those opportunities were somebody maybe wants to go bicycling over it stead young people are people are sitting around there much more lethargic than usual if you know somebody who normally has a pedometer autumn there a wreck right now they're a rack right now they're in their town their steps in the hundreds maybe you guys get out over the weekend family cow nope yeah well as far as the backyard yeah okay well in that bit and but not everyone one has a backyard some people live in apartments condos townhomes for they don't have a lot of space for that I thought about going to the green way just to walk and get some cycling and but I saw enough anecdotal evidence over the weekend that the green ways were crowded in some areas that now we just said nope will stay home and look at the end and I understand that concern especially when you have final points for some of these places clips of close to a new state park has a final point so it it requires grown adults to problem solved these are complex problems but it requires a little problem solving like Hey when I'm going over the little bridge thing that's there maybe when one person's comment I let them get across it and then I go over it I love this theory yes Jamie what's up Hey what's up how much you got to think of yeah I think about it is it's not to keep the local people out it's the all the people bugging out from New York and New Jersey need somewhere to go that's this is my theory that I didn't want to float Sir because I thought how do you know but that was that was kind of that little thought that occurred to me here about ten minutes ago but these are state park so and they're spread all over the place you got the L. one and one in the middle of Raleigh for god sakes right near the middle of town so great yeah and and here's the thing if people wanted to bug got you close Stone Mountain you know what's behind stone mound don't you I do not want that there's a huge swath of game it down the honey land there so you close Stone Mountain some guy could just walk in off the trail I mean it's just absolutely absurd if that's if that's what we're what we're worried about and I know what you're gonna do is you're gonna concentrate more people than to that green way over by Kyle's house or whatever it may be but all right David I a look I like the Terry man so he didn't he doesn't want new Yorkers intense set up there yes No Way Out one baffles me yeah that big chunk of property right back behind it oh wait I didn't tell you that well you can read a map hopefully you guys watch what you watch for over the weekend with my wife it was her turn to pick the movie channel no she you know she she does good and some bad Joe Joe rabbit was one from a couple weeks ago we actually help their kid yeah it was it was just it was an oddball film looked look like it yeah in but sometimes you want something that's a little bit different okay all right and sometimes you get you get something that's a little different and it's a little bit too far out there in that case you know that was how it was for a Saturday night and the nic cage non blockbuster Mandy from twenty eight yeah well here's the problem in that movie came out it's a horror flickered sent you something it's something as little psychedelic in nature the it was a bunch of people run around because like this is the new cult classic this is amazing I remember reading those reviews are going good I like horror movies tonight my okay are now watch this because it's on shutter and I wash another what the hell did I just watch that was not good but it was getting touted the same way that the mid summer is I haven't seen that either it's on one of the streaming channels I know if it's I think it's on Amazon prime if you have Amazon prime she'll watch it it's pretty dark matter we'll get to it I mean at least it was entertaining me to watch the tiger I haven't seen that there's so much good TV that you know maybe we'll have that in the rotation this week all right I'm a let's green calls for the month throw this out because we'll just I don't I'd spoiler that she killed her husband fed and the Tigers I think we all agree on this correct we're a hot we're at a hundred percent agreement allegedly allegedly severely right it's a theory I'm not saying that I know for sure but I'd she killed her husband in front of the Tigers prove me wrong eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four yeah we'll have this conversation along with that your calls which await next on the KC o'day radio program here's reason number sixty seven to choose diamonds direct over any other jeweller diamonds direct is the only jewelry here 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"wayne k" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Is where my son's been going to school and it was just leveled so yeah I was. I was up all night via because because of the Tornado. Going through Macula It took out cell towers and everything else and I wasn't able find out If if he was even okay Until early morning and it. It had me devastated. Yeah it's one of those things where you wake up you start seeing this stuff trending on twitter. That's usually where I find out like something like this has happened so it was But it was great to see the outpouring of support that came in immediately You know four to city You know and and the after effects of that. This town is definitely one of those towns that that helps each other And like I just mentioned making sure you have a support system around you This count is definitely is a well versed with that and it's it's been amazing Z. The outpouring of support to to everyone is one of the good benefits about all the technology and social media. Because there's so many downsides of it but Stuff like this. It seems to be a big benefit where people can come together and figure out ways to help out but on the technology. That's one of the big struggles for myself right now. My oldest of my force thirteen and technology is an issue as it is for so many parents out there. Have you introduced your oldest yet to technology involved in swiping screens and Youtube? And all that stuff. How do you handle that Actually surprisingly enough I have all the three olders are are all technology savvy Input the the bad part about that is going back into the tornado stuff. I didn't realize how much Intake of the tornado information. Even my two year old was taken until they were playing upstairs things yesterday and he comes running downstairs. He's with Daddy. Daddy Daddy NATO outside NATO outside I was like what is in. His sister came down. She's like Oh we're playing. Tornado like to prevent information that they were taking in and they were playing I guess that's the way for them to cope with like L. There's a tornado outside. Play net allow Getting back to the technology stuff I have allow my son to have his. He's an IPAD And so does the youngsters but I have a.
"wayne k" 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 k" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
"A Hyde Park at is incorrect. Megi be Norwood Park. The Norwood Park is the right answer. That is where John Wayne. Casey's house was located then in August. Nineteen seventy-one Casey reunited with an old high school sweetheart. Carole Hoff they got engaged. Carol moved into Casey's new home and they started a new life together. The score is five to three for Maggie. A leading up to the wedding. Casey was accused on two separate occasions of abusing teenage boys but the cases fell apart and was never held fully accountable and so he went on to marry Carol and start his own. Business called P. M. question number nine what type of business was PD. M A construction. Be a restaurant. See Party Planning Caitlyn a construction. The correct answer is a a construction company. The initials P D M stood for painting decorating in maintenance. It's this business that would create a pool of victims for Casey to prey on. He hired many of them as employees. The score is making five Caitland. Four Casey's neighbors in Norwood Park found him to be your typical helpful friendly neighbor as in the past. Casey was very active in his community. In late nineteen seventy five. He became a member of the Jolly Joker Clown Club and performed at fundraising events. In for sick children. He even created his own characters to end round one question number ten. What was the name of the first clown character that John Wayne Casey created a pogo? The clown be.
"wayne k" 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 k" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"It's published by Press Nelga bookstores. Of course now that you've been getting some great reviews rarely been rating than they In the press. But could you tell us a little bit more about the pathway from the awards at Josh mentioned. It's not quite as simple as just getting shortlisted. How did you get to this moment to die? Sure so the shortlisting was a whirlwind anthony. We'll stay with me for the rest of my life. I think Contacted by agents and publishes the very same day of the announcement which was fantastic announcement on on the announcement receiving emails frog messages on twitter. It was and and if you hate from a Christian Fish Chen or any of the other rod has its time experience so At that point I only had a thirty seven thousand word manuscript. It always influenced to actually Melanie Chang head submitted. A similar word can't install Ebay had had success. There was a Willa Center event where she spark and that was the moment that actually decided to submit the thing in the first place. It wasn't really on my right up at that point so it shows that a warden spas other artists to get input Stuff into the wool absolutely and so through that process affirm press came aboard and wanted to publish the book but it was still too short so the idea is that you would try to get the collection out as soon as possible. Bang that it was still you know the APLA shortlisting was still very much out there. So I had unwritten one story in the previous year and when I saw him with a fan press. The deal was four stories in four months which was terrifying and exhilarating the same time a deadline. Exactly it just shows you yes. So I managed to produce the full stories Are went for some. I didn't have time to doubt the material doubt the premises so I went with some stuff that I otherwise wouldn't have gone with had a bit of a list of ideas. I I did a deed but a few of the stories that had around for maybe three years but hadn't quite moved along with them or just forced myself to write first drafts. And it's down in the something to work with whereas before I just thought that ought not gonna work so there are two stories and it looked quite metaphysics which I played around with that conned of fiction nonfiction mash up a little awareness about their own existence. Yes side Some things that were on the journey to rotting show that awed decided it was time to put in such as I went through cancer In the in the early stages of the book which was an impetus to writing the book in the first place. And how did that for you up to to write. What has led to this stunning book? Yeah sure it freed me up in the sense that I thought none of these stories I would be published that you know it was very very seek That were just diagnosed and it took a year Eh. Going through all that until the second stint of came to water out again and I was doing came on Friday Friday mornings and I'd get up and write for two hours beforehand forehand and it was stuff just to amuse me. There was no industry. No hearing about concept about published that was turns out that that was exactly what I needed. It's so true silver lining from a very dark clad so with the stories and I. I can't believe how you do this. Every time we get to the end of the the story I had a hell. Did he do that now. I'm going to look at one section of prize from you've got people in the front of your book who've praised the collection who've read it in advance of publication GonNa Ray the nines to whine Makola Nikola generals in Reina. Neil all very influential influential writers an Australia authors but I actually want to zero in on John Rosen's because she starts in a way that you'd think the maybe this doesn't sound so vain she finishes cries. I'm going to read this APP. General sense is on Wine Marshall's collection show these stories of a strident men in small towns and pull suburbs stories of sport drinking fighting and love sands awful right that she puts but there's a big battle here but these are stories. Tall was SAIMAA chart. Wit a meticulous craft that even as you're reading about a limitation Class A man in love with a kangaroo a mermaid on a fishing trip. You're asking yourself why did did this really happen. Wine Marshall is a worthy successor to his town might pay to carry. That's prize. It went a writer of gorgeous imagination endearing experimentation ikin compassion and chill is one of the best books of Australian stories. You'll rate wow and autograph with her on that assessment. I'm not gonNA make anymore. The raiders. Fortunate can't that listeners. Fortunately can't say that here but there are other prize in however automob- beyond that prize tries to the craft. You mentioned before how it freed you up to right. I'm GonNa quite something. It sounds like a real mouthful from aristotle. approachable impossibility is preferable to an impossible probability. I I had to write that. Deng's always mix it up but in wine Mashall's world old. You start with the everyday will that we think we Then you give it a bizarre twist and you you make us believe it. And that's what I my. By the time you get to the end and status with his arresting ending. We took hand-held that he does that. So do you start with the bizarre edition or the ordinary reward and let it emerge. Yes so it's normally. It will come to me in a bizarre image or concept. They're usually quite concept driven stories so we start not like that and I guess I've always had that Oban. I'd been working on writing for ten years before I started having success with these stories and I could come up with an initial initial idea well enough but I think what was holding you back as well is. This seems to me now. Like a Secondary Act of imagination. Where you get the blood D- But the grounding the will building the making real which is absolutely essential on not so much into say straight out surrealism where it's just go let craziness? I want. Want to feel absolutely real and so. That's the big task beyond the initial idea. And that takes a lot of drafting and all that. So I'm probable impossibility impossibility. You believe. This could happen but you know it's impossible in the back up. Yes you do that. So it's the balance of the two and finding what you call a secondary incidental storyline more like. I guess it would come back to will building the Secondary Act of imagination. You've gotta fill that. Would you've go to populate it you've got to fill it with all the details not too many. That it bogs down and working in short stories. You've got a zipper too long. But I wanted to feel real fo for raiders but real to me too I want these stories to feel absolutely real. Even though they're crazy like I know I'm going to go to a specific example here and it's it's the story that's inspired the cover of show and a man has fallen in love with the kangaroo route. How on Earth do you make that real that that sort of the bizarre things you wouldn't put it in a literary collection of short? Say How do you make that believable including that the kangaroos wearing accounting jumping. I think it's the stuff like the cotton jump and the party pause and the name of the beer and the name of specific replies that gives it that you can feel that house and that place and the two men that popular that story. I think this is real reality to those guys. And that's where I grew up. That's my culture and so drew on all of that again beyond the crazy idea to fill it with with realistic Dato and to just dropped often draft and draft until it felt real it does feel very real one of the things I really liked about. It was the kangaroo. Never reacts in the way you expect now take something personally and some there does that so you give it a three dimensional character a kangaroo. Yeah but you don't buy that. We all got along with each. I really like I think you. Would you call that an. I probably want to bring this up in terms of defining does the Jonah but would you call it magic realism of fantastic realism here. I'm a bit be careful with the magic realism stuff. Because it has a specific origin and a specific cultural lineage being in South America and the magic realists to come out of there so that the second one fantastic realism. It's really you know. Version of magic. Yeah improbable things happen everyday. Well I think I'm coming more and more to the understanding that I my entire style comes out of the young culture that I grew up in. I grew up at a suburban Melbourne with people. Ah stood around telling toll stories full exaggeration and huma and color and be twists. And I've just realized that informs my style so much that sums up beautifully and it shows and all your work now you have a Melbourne launched last week at the hill of content bookstore in Melba. You've got a bacchus marsh. Could you tell us the data. Yes I do. So we have a launch of the Pekka Smash Lobby this Saturday at twelve thirty. And it's GonNa be really special because they've supported may for so long mm-hmm and they gave me and another friend of mine. Jim Tully Mila the lessons to do things like create the pay to carry short story award which we in running for four years. It's just small ward. That is now national and really personal imprimature. Hasn't yes and hate us as the winning stories and to talk to someone like to carry even Chrissy. Molly's Alley's huge so. Tom Employs at the back of Smash Library this Saturday at at twelve thirty at twelve. Thirty four thirty. Yes yes exactly yes thank. You're very much wind Marshall on your congratulations on your debut. Collection of short stories show is the title published by FM. Prison back to you David you do. You realize that it's actually subscriber season is coming up. Well I subscribe subscribe season instead of you know of anybody that wants to subscribe it to three Seattle hear stories about will stories about wine stories. Find out more about that. They might even be some people at the back Smash Library that. Want to describe because there's so many fascinating shows on three C- Like published on art and I will be podcast so there are up ever now there is a a segue and obviously play. This is serendipitous between the authors. To die more than just judging prizes when this concept of the impossible because Joe schmo marry his novel in the clearing touches on something that is improbable but actually does exist and this was brought to mind in this sort of dark frightening dangerous world that he's created that is very real and it starts with an an authors quite person quote at the beginning of the book and that quote is simply. I love children harmless. You you think Josh. Who Do you attribute that to well? I'm sure many people have said that before but I was quoting and Hamilton Byrne and the significance vacancy van. Hamilton mine. Not Not so. She is the founder slash nitric slash leader of the family culture. I am from the new edge from the sixties through the ninety s in rural Victoria. An did exist to did. What did it do? Well our things incidental some parallels between what and what you've got in this book correct correct so I I think in the clearing point out because there are lawyers and exist for a reason to and sometimes I publishes. This is a this is inspired by in some regards but story story but there are certainly many parallels And the so. The family acquired children by dubious means consensually taking children from members but also adopting children illegally forging adoption papers on and so forth so they essentially I mean the head of a whole bunch of strange new age visions of the world and they essentially were raising children away from sort excluded from society in a way that They will they incorporated things like LSD. Overdoses they there was all sorts of pretty torturous Bruce Things I did lots of the treatment right now would would make people think this is one story line that goes through this book. The story story of Amy. I'm in the classroom at the back of the Great Hall that afternoon. When gazing at the window across the clearing I say Asha emerged from the shed? We we have been studying geography learning about the world wars and violence ozone depletion and melting ice sheets are education is not to be taken lightly..
"wayne k" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Halloween keep the fucking cobwebs audio pets all right my friends over manscaping created a tool you need the shave your balls and the area around it's called Joey Lee kicked this fucking meal it's Thursday the twenty four number October one more week taking you know what I'm saying you Vicki drinking drinking I got Willie billy Wayne Way Cyrus I'm fucking Billy Davis I got the Christ killer his let's Thursday more view nobody yeah advertisers heroin shoot at that meeting a guy in love with it's a beautiful day to be alive motherfucker what it is that is a way to start a day this listen to billy ray we don't say whenever you fucking see it's good to see you it's been a long yeah I saw you're a young man just a that's fair yes young man young Kinda fatter and drunker how long have you been doing comedy for Oh sixteen years lamb meat you you met may shit so two thousand six West Palm Beach you started in two thousand I started around two thousand to two thousand three hundred million each with Ralphie no I wasn't no it was three Ralphie I was down there I had met my now ex wife down there we I was hanging out with her new oh came to the Improv and he was like yeah you need to go meet Uncle Joey and I didn't have you know suck feature act so ahead fifty dollars on me I was like we are doing good so yeah that's what I may you were super nice like one of the funniest people I've ever seen is like one of those things where I was like oh I got to rethink how I'm doing a lot of this it was just to watch you do this and then I got nervous and then you really nice and then that's just an intense place to meet anyone now you with the Spanish girl at the time yes okay yes you met her down there yes and then had joined the Seattle because got a job there okay now couple months after I met you yeah do the radio together which you know listen I I could tell you what I ate for breakfast and you to ask me for breakfast though Fug and I I don't think maybe under the Yeah you probably did with Joe in West Palm as she was on the radio on that main radio yeah oh without a doubt because that's how I met you started well in Nashville Tennessee Zane ship open mic and at the whole fucking yes yeah it was the yeah national I was spoiled because Nah Zanies is where I started I got to be the House Mc there for a while and then I started out in the road in that place is so perfect for stand up they treat you so well it's the best people come through there they went on the road I was like what the fuck is this is a comedy club has no it's not even in your hour okay I need to shut up you know like I just need to be thankful for work but I was so spoiled about how it could be now been doing sixteen years and my oh that's still the best place and you'd be the House Mc Sunday through yet it'd be Wednesday through Sunday I usually get good quick oh yeah you get really there was like a local open mic on Tuesdays Like I was so used to 'cause I quit college laughter I started doing stand up because I was like Oh this is what I wanna do and till I was ready to respect them is throwing woods decided because this is a bowl is a question I ask a lot of people I would say I threw away two years and played baseball for the first two year scholarship you could call it thing don't disrespect I didn't mean no throw it away when he was at the time was finding ourselves Oh yeah I'm a big debater on in now I have a daughter and I'm still thinking about it with the first year college takeoff go get a job yes went what the outside world is learn a little bit and then go to college and now you have more of an idea it's like I tell people that are doing stand ups and then they get into a movie yeah people do a movie they excited for the first three days fuck me like a king after the tenth week at fourteen hour days you're like I can't wait to get back on the road and makes six hundred dollars yes and do whatever I'll do my time you know take somebody to be in on the grass always fucking greeter when you're in class doc Tennessee on a one night of the creative yeah and you're like my life has to change yeah and then you come back in your book a TV show for three weeks you're like wow I'm on TV flux Clark than as they do that no can't do that it's so weird how even now like when I'm a little bored with stand up this year I got a movie I was a little bird dot at the time am I gonNa lie will you at the end of Iran period is different than you at the beginning of Iran just think of the flight to the GIG on Wednesday or Thursday in in that flight home Saturday Sunday morning just how you feel at the end in like that how would jump the gun here how about the drive on Tuesday night to Wednesday but you know what I may then on Sunday nine o'clock with your car when the club gives you that last cheeseburger that you believe in the same chamber ones that has it's consistent it's consistent and they give you one ignites wake up in the middle of night eaten at fucking cheeseburger man you know that that I don't know I but you think that I think and I got those we were talking earlier before he's like certain gifts that you at the time you're like man this is devastated but like five years into the future you see something like that coming and then you get out of the way L. that's why I'm so glad that hit me when I didn't have anything that kind of stuff right so like I remember this guy I started with who I still is one of the funniest people I know but doesn't he hated everything I loved about the road immediately like being away from home being in studio tells seeing new Shitty town like meeting terrible people I loved every second of it and then getting on stage it was like a fucking Oh and we get to do stand up visit he hated every part of it and then he had a regular job by the end of the year he's like this is not as he's still doing stand up for that no no no it just wasn't for he recognized that early like this is what this is for a long time and I hate all this stuff and you get into the standup yeah you get into plumbing you get into construction get into what you're part of a union you you work at in the daytime three nights a week ago for classes and all of a sudden three years and you meet a fucking girl and you spit out a fucking kit and Nyala life has to change at different points you start sacrificing alone that flag football league you went on Saturdays that's out the window count you Goalie Lee's house to watch football on Sunday that's done you know there's all these things that get eliminated you know with comedy it's so weird how even for me I thought this the people at the time one minute it's six fifteen I'm sitting across the table stone my six year old same pres- before breakfast knowing that two hours later I'm GonNa go to the store and talk about Nancy Pelosi titties it is you know what I'm saying yes it distinct difference I don't know what the fuck originally were talking about that weasel strong when where he is unlikely but it is the same thing is like I told people don't I told I learned that was fifty guys comedy scene was Great Rosanna by just come out of that so the Communists Great Indiana it's still great in Denver there were comics that went on the road that would comics ahead per aspirations TV and I could name you three comics right now that decided the road wasn't the have that accepted that that kids that had wives it and believe and sleeping a sleazy hotel or paying their dues and they wrote a lot they became good writer he's a forces you to do different it's a different thing it's me cutting off your left arm yeah you can't go cutting off you left on GonNa make it through life now and this guy ended up being like a headline a Denver headliner at that time Denver had four clubs Colorado's brings at four o'clock one one club that's five club that's five close at ten weeks war candidate that's fifteen on thirteen thousand dollars whatever I would do all the one night is the area he would do in New Year's local bar and whatever I see him I give them a hug and he it's fucking happy as shit yeah I used to look at him at that time ago between us what a loser now he knew but he wasn't lose out I respect them because he knew what he was going to become this is what I don't like about this I'm not doing it I'm not don't freedom it's a freedom I'm not doing it and but how is if the if if this is really your dream to paint and you don't go the tenth level House you're now you have to figure out the paint yeah exactly okay you have to figure out how to do what you're doing and become successful and make a living accent this want laughs at ten thousand times I'll stand behind it this fifty guys scattered in each state how many states we Thuringia fifty right now after three I thank you four Bucks Icho you know what I'm saying fifty to fifty two cars that are funny ten people are going to accomplish slow right now oh without a doubt data stuck in that situation nation they're scared the married with kids but they get outright outperform out dance out fucking Doin' thing my fuck and feathers and have the fucking converse in La here's what here's the question I have when I've done this too I agree with you but his it's that extra thing that makes you go to the comedy store or makes you move your family out and live in the valley while you go do this and then find other avenues to make money being creative that those guys are like I like knowing that I'm this good but that extra thing that they can't go on the road if it pops do you know what I mean or they're scared if it pops because what if a lot of people know who I am that's a scary one for me awhile was people knowing who I am and then what if they come see me and I'm not funny I got over it you know once you see how much money you can make goes it's even better but that that's I just think that it's okay I look at it through the eyes the lens of like a baseball player they I saw I got to a certain point that I was like Oh this is what it needs to be done to be fashionable and play at the thing I thought I have no fucking interest in that was it that was mentally devastating for me I didn't realize it at the time but it was just something it was very obvious like I wanna do this anymore this is not what I thought it was but I can still exist in a certain level that's respectable on baseball but I it wasn't that I couldn't or I didn't want to do this that this made me happy it was like oh I don't have the Mental Capacity Play Baseball Y- honestly thought that what was just talking about I well the question I have is is like at a certain point it seems like 'cause I know for me my goal for one of my life was just money yes I mean for the people who are stock and for the people who are like I got to a place where like I don't WanNa do I don't want to deal with the bus rides to the baseball games I don't WANNA deal with with the ten hour workouts whatever it was that maybe not WanNa do it it's not that like is it that is it weird to like make what you love into a business at a certain point like no two or no I think if I think looking back on it if I get a skip some steps there's a point you get to a professional level where it's probably like relaxing that it's an baseball everywhere dislike we'll I'm whatever it's this performance so there's only so much I can you know you're a commodity so you when you quit Collins you pretty basic baseball no I quit baseball before collar okay so when you quit baseball how did you feel I'll leave or were you in the back of your mind you see yourself playing for the Yankees you just a yourself on the mound last night against the fucking I always okay to appoint yeah I feel when you some done did you feel Ooh I knew needed to be done they when I went to the bigger school I know people on the team that asked me if I was interested in coming until like what try out or whatever and like I was like you know there was like a day rose like I know I don't WanNa see what all this other stuff about because the thing looking back to the thing I hated the most about it was it's every day I had to.
"wayne k" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"All right joining me now is a first class father he is a veteran of the US army who has been featured on the covers of international fitness magazines such as men's fitness and muscle and fitness. He is also a successful entrepreneur who has been featured in Forbes and entrepreneur. It is a huge honor for me to say Colin Wayne. Welcome to First-class Fatherhood appreciate you having me man. Let's start here. How many how old audit so I've got three kids. My oldest is eight years old. Just turn eight and June is named Carson and I've got two daughters. Bree Lynn is two years old to be three in November and I just had felt her in a her name's Brindley. Wow Yeah congratulations there did you. Did you find out what you were having with all of them. Are you gender reveal thing no man I found out I I'm a planner so I gotta no. I'm not going to sit back and wait so yeah. We definitely wanted his nose soon. As possible. Okay very cool. What type of sports activities you've got the eight year rolled into He loves baseball but he's a sports fanatic. He does everything that soccer but but really really big into baseball okay all right. That's awesome. I please just sit here and take a minute to hit my listeners but a little bit about your background and what you do sure so I've got I wanNA layers to me from Huntsville Alabama and unlike a lot of people. It's actually a pretty big the fastest growing county in the state of Alabama but I I was emancipated at sixteen military team it almost souvenirs three two or Egypt Iraq Afghanistan. I got injured left transitioned into the fitness modeling side was successful with it and started to grow social media following which is now transitioning over three million followers across social media without a PR firm without agencies just literally direct Message Union Establishing Rapport landed over fifty magazine covers with big publications like men's fitness muscle and fitness iron man performance performance of many many many other publications around the world and then I look at like what's next and I looked at that. You know like what's the longevity. I've got kids now. Like how can I You know with modeling you know. There's the you have time to shit that you can only do it for so long. so. I was doing great and yes I was at the pinnacle of my career within the fitness. Modeling side but transitioned didn't into opening my own company which is redline steel. I started that sort of the development process back in two thousand fifteen. It's Kim but we officially launched January of two thousand sixteen and so now scaled-back business from five thousand square feet into over one hundred ten thousand awesome square feet over forty employees have grossed You know well over thirty million dollars in three years so yeah. That's very very brief overview yeah yeah what an incredible journey that you've had your. Colin and how old were you when you first became a dad and had it becoming a father kind of change your perspective in life so I when I just got back from Iraq and two thousand ten. I met my ex wife and and found out that after about a month after astor to be my girlfriend she's GonNa be pregnant so it's definitely a surprise had no wasn't expecting it wasn't complaining but it's definitely been a massive blessing on my side but I was just twenty-one yeah okay and what are some of the challenges of being you know all the running a multimillion dollar company like yours while being bother so you know. I I look at it you know I've got three kids but red lines my baby as well and so I think for entrepreneurs out there and it's you know it's going to be very difficult for you to have that work. Life Balance that there really isn't such a thing especially when you're an infant stages of affairs type of growth company it definitely takes a lot of sacrifice but at the end of the day like Red Line is my baby as well. I call it a fourth kid and when you're starting starting a business you really have to look at it as a newborn baby needs constant attention and until you can get into the macro within your business. It's IT'S GONNA. It's GonNa be that way for a while. So it does take a little of attention is going to take attention on the weekends at nights and it really you know you get what you put into into it so yeah. I guess technically I've got four kids 'cause reverend smokey as well yeah well said and and I know that you know you were I believe high facebook drop out. I read that somewhere probably informs or entrepreneur yeah so I paid it at sixteen so basically what happened. There's I moved from my mom's House my dad's house and it transitioned where the scheduling with the high schools were different you go from block walked furious which is four periods to seven periods and it's. GonNa hold me back another year and in first grade I was. I was held back as well so I was already kind of older in my class. I didn't want to be nineteen years old graduate high school and so I just made a decision where look man. I'm going to join the military now military. Can we pay for college college if I want to go that route and my parents supported it and so I yeah so I just got my GD and join the military a few days after my seventeenth birthday yeah now that that's incredible to go from high school dropouts and now running a multimillion dollar business you know being in Forbes and all that now I it's so very encouraging and I know that a lot of them. You know a lot of military veterans. They struggle once they leave. The military would finding that what's next like what type of advice do you happen. Guys is out there other veterans that are trying to find your way so I think the biggest transitional period is is that structure they're used to it. They're used to accountability there. Use is to you know having somebody tell them what to do how to do it when to do it you know and and have sap's in place standard operating procedures but when you transition out I mean you you have to hold yourself accountable so my advice is to set preliminary short term mid term goals and hold yourself accountable to ensure ensure that you do hit those goals and that's going to be some form of Self Accountability Structure Yeah Great Advice there all right that the NFL season is now upon us and the Major League baseball season is winding down..
"wayne k" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment
"But i also love and big band. There's because that's what i grew up. Through now at the fremont of is just my brother myself and then after that year we added a bass player drummer us to gleason show. It was four of us <hes> but pick someone right now. I think i would have to think about that long and i love the sami clip well. It shows actually that the rest of that clip because we just chose the song part is is it was my birthday that day and i did now that chamula so <hes> got their nation honored rolling. Sammy should did cinema couch. I said why you should just sit there and he comes out with a cake like a guitar and it's it's black rimmed but it's got a red face and he should you can see i had lack. Doing it sounds like yeah but is predominantly read about this stuff and i see these clips all all these stories. He didn't tell the sinatra story about the microphone gave you from his original tour dorsey days. It just seemed like people give each other gifts morning thought in that context marta it was a loving group. I think the thing that surprised me was that people thought all too. There was a major competition between performers. <hes> the truth marriage was just the opposite every performer performer really tried to back the other people because when all this is there were more people in thailand was ranked laid here. There will be dean. You could move the meter you know more than they can now because there's very few hotels right major hotels. Her dozen probably knows days. Count the seven okay so we moved up a couple. People say you out what's happened to las vegas entertainment. We have seven hotels. It shows a day and seems like a fifty of them are cirque kidding but that's what we're looking at yeah. That's that's that's really interesting. You know the who is the the maitre d' or the guy from the sands hands who died a couple years ago the guy who used to me. Yes he said about you that nobody sold tickets from vegas waning. Did nobody sold when you were ah sense and i mean to to know that at that period. You're talking about all those everybody in town. It's quite a legacy as well. It's not something again that i think about idle. Do it for money sure i got it. pay.
"wayne k" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"So mad. Gotta walk of fame. Gotta starve, screw you and your star. I don't wanna watch movie. I can give give love and appreciate and go. Yeah, I'm happy for you because what's mine is mine. Good. Well, just, you know, I just I hope you internalize appreciate the fact that whatever, whatever you set out to do as a performer, you've achieved it. And now, just sort of, like bonus, you know, you just get to do it, because it's fun not because like you're not going to exist, if it doesn't. You just get to do it because it's fun. No my name in the history, book somewhere. It's pretty cool. Is there anything you want to plug promotes anything, you want people to know about besides, let's make a deal in the beautiful, whose line coming back that we have said, look for these projects. I'm really, really excited. I wish I could talk more about them. But as you know, when, when things are in development somewhere, that's the curse of death is to actively. But it's I would have never thought I would have had three separate things that people have bought and said, we'd like this, let's make it that is I wake up grinning, so, so definitely in the next year year and a half look for my name to pop up as the creator, and executive producer of a couple of different shows, one of them drama. And I've got a new record coming out first quarter of next year. So if you are, and be fan, and I'm working on a comedy all be record, as well, working on a comedy record a comedy Rb record. What, what is that about? I need to know more about that. Yeah. That's that's. Be tied into that thing to that young gifted and wack. So that's a whole project. So it's kind of like I'm making a throwback Richard that would have played on the radio in the eighties. And kind of been the, the soundtrack to, to this nerdy, little black kids life. So I'll be writing songs fantastic. Well, congratulations on everything. It's always great to run into and. Just reminds me like to just sit down and hang out, more often. Even when there aren't microphones around absolutely agree absolutely agree. All right. Good. Thank you so much for being here, Wayne Brady. Thank you, sir. By the end. I just started the recorder back because I just handed Wayne Brady, the book that my friend, Kyle Newman was a part of art, and our cana- Kyle. And it just unlock this insane story that I wish I had heard on the podcast about a tiny little, Wayne Brady in history, who made his own DND modules for fuck sake, because I didn't have any money and the guys at school. I was nerdy for the for the cool nerds. So instead, I went home, and I got got notebook paper made my own graph paper made made my own little wax figurines, and I wrote up my own adventures, and I had to teach kids in my neighborhood to play. So the only people that would play with me was one one Mexican kid named car. Carlos who thought he was an Injia and then. There was a kid named Eddy from down the street who, who was a bit of a gang banger and, and together. Oh and my friend, jock, and we spent half a summer playing my bootleg DVD. And by the end of the summer they were fully invested dandy. Yeah. Like my day. Making up rules. Oh, and another guy named James from down the street. And, and it was just so cool that, that was my little group during the summer, God. That's fantastic that you made your own. You don't need graph paper graph paper make your own access. Grab favors fucking great message for life. You know what when you when life doesn't give you graph paper you make your own buck and graph paper -solutely, and I've just I had two copies of this book, and I've just gifted you the dungeons and dragons in our book. And it was so great to watching you flip through it and just see your eyes light up in the recognition..
"wayne k" 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 k" 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 k" 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 k" 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.