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Yarbrough Gets Rays 1st Complete Game in 5 Years, Tops Yanks
"Ryan Yarbrough tossed the race first complete game in more than five years leading a nine two rather the Yankees Yarborough hadn't won a start since August two thousand nineteen serving as an opener much of that time he scattered six hits while fanning six with no walks helping the AL east leaders move for a half game ahead of New York Austin meadows homered and drove in five is Tampa Bay improved to ten and three in the Bronx since the start of last season meadows homered three times in the series Gerrit Cole was tagged for five runs over five innings the Yankees have now lost seven of their last ten I'm Dave very
Martinez (2B, 2 RBI), Vázquez HR leads Red Sox past Rays 9-2
"Christian Vazquez and they've been a faulty spark the red Sox in a nine to route of the race capping a three game sweep of the defending American League champs Vasquez hit a go ahead two run Homer in Boston's three run fourth and had three RBIs one day after his tying ninth inning solo shot during Tuesday's extra innings win of all the struck out seven over seven innings of one run ball for his first win for me to be able to come out there today get a little deeper go a little deeper in the game for us and then you know confronts come out on top today how have the sweep especially against the rays the big one for JD Martinez added a two run double in Boston six run fifth Ryan Yarbrough gave up nine runs six earned over five for Tampa Gethin Coolbaugh Boston
As pandemic stretches on, retail bankruptcies approach highest number in a decade
"Our lead story today is a tale of a balancing act of retailers in this economy trying to overcome simply terrible I three quarters of the year. By finishing strong, you'll hear elsewhere in the program today of indicators were watching to educate our guesses about where things are going but a report from the accounting consulting firm. Bdo chose twenty-nine big retailers filed for bankruptcy protection in this economy through August and that if things continue at that pace, we will match two thousand, ten the dark days after the great recession. So for all the retailers still getting by the last three months of the coming year, that is this year are going to be even more critical than usual as they go looking for some hope in the holidays marketplace's Justin Ho starts us off. The report found that bankrupt retailers have closed almost six thousand stores. This year retailers that have seen the most bankruptcies sell apparel shoes products. We just haven't been buying much during the pandemic stores in malls have been especially hard hit. You've got eight or nine hundred stores spread across malls. In the United States, you probably need about half the stores Brian Yarbrough is an analyst with Edward Jones. He says the big box retailers are spending more to attract consumers who just aren't going to the mall and WanNa shop online you're seeing the walmarts and the targets of the. World Invest. Billions of dollars a year in technology these small companies can't keep up but many retailers rely on their physical locations and are struggling to stay competitive and attract shoppers during a critical holiday season David. Berliner at BDO says, that could include services like contact list checkout or in store pickup for online orders whenever they can do to make consumers feel safe going into these brick and mortar stores Berliner says what retailers need to figure out is what makes sense for physical store to be profitable to make sure that Rick and mortar stores are in the right place? The right size for you know I think stores could be smaller than. Alvin. Designed years ago Berliner says the pandemic has just accelerated a trend of store closures throughout the US that's because he says the country has been over stored for
"yarbrough" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"School leadership is designed for people who gives a shit who want to make a difference in the world who as you said, growth mindset based and I? I hope and I pray and I wrote about it in my last book fiercely loyal that the comment that came and that is going to wipe out old leadership is millennials but I I've come to believe. Even. millennials is going to be Jen's at who just. Don't know any of the world you know they don't know any of the world then they they've been, you know at twenty years old today in twenty twenty they've not worked with all had to be under that kind of oppression where some millennials have and I think that that's GonNa really hopefully transform the world. This has been a fabulous conversation Cameron. Thank you so much. Would you please I want to ask you two things before we finish I'm going to ask you how people can find out about you what it is you do, but I always want to say. A final question give our listeners of yours. Something really practical that they can do. They can put in place probably in the next twelve to twenty four hours. If you don't already have a coach get one. If you haven't ever been in therapy, you probably should. Do those two things out also go out and try to get yourself into a T. group. There are a lot of t groups happening these days that are outside of the academic environment and you can google it and find one their virtual ones try and join one. I couldn't agree more. I. Think it's vital and the. Nervousness you might have about what comes up. Often described it as. A bucket of. Yeah, you might have to dig through some of the stuff you don't particularly want, but you'll never disco those diamonds unless you're willing to go there and it may be a rather gross analogy, but it allows you to really understand it's worth. It is always what to your worth and the difference you can make work that Cameron again. Thank you so much. Please tell our view. This is where they can find out more about you torch about all the things that you do. Is Find us at torch DOT IO. You can follow me personally on twitter at Yarbrough at Yarbrough Cam. And if you're learning and development leader, please reach out to us for a demo. We'd love to show you our software and introduce you to some of our coaches. Thank you. So it's been a pleasure Nana. Hope you'll stay with us to the end. And for you to listener remember, you can hang out with other conscious leaders and chat about this episode or any past episodes inside about facebook Lyndon groups simply look for the leadership from loyalty podcast..
"yarbrough" Discussed on Starting9
"Why they put this shit on TV. I can't believe somebody put this on television. So he's like where you guys watch on. Espn oh I was digging that stuff playing like all kinds of weird stuff on and I was just like how about this cornhole. I don't know how long cornhole has been on television. But that's like the least that's like the that's like tennis now. Just there you just find yourself like a mid week. Acc cornhole whole matchup for now. Like I don't know how about happen. Yeah that's where we're at. That's worldwide one a cordial watch the boys that I ran Yarbrough. Thank you so much for taking the time in absolutely appreciate guys course a big thanks to Ryan Yarbrough for making the time coming on the pod That was You know how did I ever tell you about the the Peter Gammons? Call Him in the nineties. No please please do he He went around and asked like a hundred Major League hitters. Like who has the best fastball? Who has the best curveball? Who has the best change up? And he was going to write an article and they all said Pedro. They all said Pedro for every pitch I would love like a circle back moment. Like a callback to that idea in today's game and I would love to see how many big league hitters pick Glasnost fastball. You mean. You mean pitchers bigly pitchers no like hitters are like. Hey who has the most electric fastball? Like a lot of people like Garrick Be The overwhelming answer that yeah and you're going to get your flame. Throwers out of the bullpen. The guys that are blowing one. Oh three or whatever but I mean glasnost has to be in the conversation one of the most electric fastballs in the game today. Yeah and what's remember? I think Jordan Hicks is a name that would come to tomorrow for a lot of folks but let's a split sinker to sinker and Switz- one zero five. If you get to what what the Movement Joel. No doubt but there will always be an looking at. I sat front row in watched. These big leaguers do this you you show me one. Oh five once I will be able to get the foot down and all I'll be closer to it the next time and these they've seen at one time one. Oh Five Jack Yes who do you think is the best fastball and Baseball Bat and baseball now right now right now she's on? That's tough question. I know it is in.
"yarbrough" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST
"Today Cherian Conversation I had with Jessica Yarbrough. She is somebody that is quickly developed. A reputation of being one of the best business strategist and marketing and sales consultants for entrepreneurs who want to sell high value products and services. Her background is in international business and she has built multiple companies. Jessica is a complete genius at showing entrepreneurs how to build an expert platform rapidly raised their value builds their credibility online and attract high paying clients. If this is the type of content that you've been searching for you guys are going to love this conversation. Hey everyone welcome back to a brand new episode of the Happy Workaholic. Podcast today as you just heard. I gave a wonderful description of Jessica Yarbrough and she is here for our Leverage Lincoln series. So we are going to get the scoop on what she does for work how she got into her career and how she is utilizing Lincoln and leveraging it to the best of her ability so welcome to the show. Jessica how are you? I'm great thanks for having me on. Kellyanne my pleasure. So can you give us a little story little background of how you got into the business that you're in right now? Your coaching business sure. Well my background is in marketing. I had actually consulted for over ten years. Took a little hiatus and became a yoga teacher traveled. The world got pregnant. My daughter and came full circle back to cut consulting surreally to give me freedom to work from anywhere and Kennedy light on my terms so I went right back into done for you services but I had so many friends around me especially Women no and mom's had asked like how are you doing this? How did you go from this? Like traveling Yogi to a really successful consultant. Will you teach us so? I got the call to be a teacher and I started giving them exactly what they wanted. Which was training them. Empowering them with the tools and skills for them to actually translate their background their experience into a really profitable online business. I love that and I also love that. You created something that needed to exist in that people were asking for. I do that as well and I just feel like. You're so in alignment when things fall into place like that and something that I read on your website. Actually because I love doing my research. Is that the type of client that you really love. Working with is somebody that is also passionate with helping others and they provide a valuable service. So I see a lot of coaches online where they just take every client but you literally spell it out on your website and I really love that because it's like no questions asked like answer. Yes or no if this is you like let top call move forward if it's not like we're not the right fit. Can you just explain how you got to that point where you only accept this type of client and how maybe you can give a tip? Where other coaches online are just taking everybody where you really should just separate yourselves in really work with type of client? That is just as passionate about what you're doing sure I mean. I think it's a common problem because a lot of people make the jump into coaching thinking. It's easy money and other. Maybe they get a rude awakening with the fact that entrepreneurship is not everybody doing it. And so what we have is. We have a lot of equal. Come onto the scene as coaches that have no business experience or maybe tries another kind of coaching and then they are successful at it so they decided to coach coaches on business. And that's where I see a lot more people in that desperate state state where they don't have any social prove kind of grabbing clients Was money even though they know that they there really aren't a fit and see engineered very very mindful of that and understand that your brand reputation is on the line and the reason why. I'm so successful today is because I have such incredible case studies and there have them is because I made sure to not only carefully vet who I take on as a client and make sure that they're going to listen to me and take action they're qualified. They have the skills and the and the same values as me but also I'm really committed to getting them results and so another place. People fall short is not only. Are they enrolling? Just anyone who have no business being in their programs They are also are so busy on trying to get more that they fail on. The delivery side might call news like burn models and you got a lot where they're just like any more client and there's they want to their business. They grow so fast that they do it in the detrimental to the people that are actually handed over their money. And so you as a code. You're obligated to do everything in your power to make sure your clients get results. You can't guarantee you're not you can't make them do things but you have to make sure it's a in depth. Enough Has Enough Accountability in coaching mentoring. So that they are actually getting results. And that's going to help you attract more clients of the clients. I love that in something else that you have on your youtube channel as well as all over your Lincoln are video testimonials and I think that's so important. That's actually something that I'm missing right now. I'm so good with getting off my reviews and testimonials and with my new website launch coming up in. I don't even know when that's happening now but I was planning to do all of my testimonials and video and I love that you use that as a marketing tool as well and just show like look at these amazing success stories all over your linked in I love that really really powerful. You know there's nothing quite like capturing someone's story and the emotion behind it and you can tell the authenticity and that sense of conviction behind they are and And there's a deeper sense of trust that comes with those that you just don't get rid because unfortunately the reality is there's plenty of people out there who are not true but I find that those people quickly are out and so speak and don't stand is necessary log. So that's the goodness exactly. And you coach all different type of entrepreneurs you have matchmakers and healers and educators and different coaches authors. So by showing those testimonies in that video content on lengthen. It makes you more relatable but also shows like how good you are what you do because you can coach. Such a variety of different entrepreneurs and not a lot of people can do that. Thank you methodology for building that I used for an have created for billing extra business. It really applies to across industries and Try to distinguish myself from. I'm not a coach pushing coaches on coaching ranks. There's like stigma behind it. I'M NOT SURE WHY. There's a stigma but For some of the like that you know. It's why I brought in my reach and I. I really try to help anybody who wants to translate the knowledge skills and experience. They have into training program a mentoring program because it is applicable it's applicable across industries. And when something that you mentioned earlier about mindset I'm a huge believer in the power of the mind and mindset and I just feel like you know especially now with everything going on the world so many more people are going to jump on the Internet and become a quote Unquote Entrepreneur. And in my opinion just going through like my own journey and how like failed businesses and amazingly successful businesses. And where I am now if I didn't get my mindset right number one there is no way in Hell. I would be worried right now and I feel like that's not talked about enough especially being somebody like in the Digital Space and being an entrepreneur. Line I just feel like now our kind of talking about it but I love that you say that a lot because it is so important. Can you kind of just touch on that a little bit yesterday? Mindset has accused component your ability to succeed community for ships for the chain of heart. You're going to get pushback from your family and friends slightly around doing it. You're going to have society telling you not to do it. You're going to have to put yourself out there and away and you know. Invite others to be your own best cheerleader. Pretty hard for most people when you do that. That opens you up Into being vulnerable. It opens you up to rejection so all of these things are what a new entrepreneurs facing and so mine tide is so important being able to now to those challenges and continue to for Jehad and then as you grow your business and you face what I call. Ceo growing pains different challenges appear and your ability to tackle those with a positive mindset given and.
Galveston city to close bars, restrict restaurants to takeout as county adopts less-sweeping rules than Houston
"Well the first Galveston county resident testing positive for the corona virus he's a man between forty five and fifty with no history of recent travel or contact with anyone who has the virus comes again to judge Mark Henry defending his decision not to close bars and restaurants over corona virus saying the circumstances are much different than in Houston we probably have a few days to a week to make those decisions because an hour one case a Harris County has eight cases and they know things are not telling telling you you so so right right now now we we have have time time to to go go through through and and look look at at both both legal legal authorities authorities and and also also what what are are the the proper proper recommendations recommendations but but late late in in the the day day yesterday yesterday Galveston Galveston mayor mayor Jim Jim Yarbrough issued an order closing all bars attractions at amusement venues in the city limits and limiting restaurants in the city to only take out drive thru or delivery
"yarbrough" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Other and they're in that CNN life. Yeah Wow I love it all right. Let's talk about the ups and downs. Okay because is a about all. This is amazing. Mike did it all the right way. I want people to hear some of the maybe doubts and fears that US have struggled with or they. You Still Struggle Woah. Yeah well let me let me just start off by saying that all of our ups and downs have been shared by my wife summer. Yeah who's just been. An incredible part is a whole another story there about our difference in personality types. You know me being the gas. She's kind of break and we you know we have a different dynamic there. She's been fantastic. And in supporting this this whole journey and great partner in the business and A and we we both experienced these ups and downs together which is great auto business owners. Don't have that. They're out there doing it on their own. A lot of the downs are really in terms of growth. It's okay we're we're seeing success but things are changing you know right now. We've got about twenty four employees. That's different than when we had three or four guys in the garage. You're just kind of showing up when they wanted to have legend my my Mike Kitchen right and so we've got policies in place we gotta talk about. HR stuff we've got all these other things and so a lot of downs are really for us have been. We're GonNa going to do things that make us feel little bit less like an easy going kind of chill family in a little bit more like a work environment and one of the things that we're thinking about in terms of vision for the for the future is where do we stop like. When do we stop saying you know we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA grow up to certain point right but we don't want to lose this? Oh I'm here at your new day. Ramsey center is incredible. And I'm thinking I see people walking around there by smelling like a like a tech. Start up here. Everybody's having a good time right so there is a way to grow a business and still feel like a family right but also not necessarily. It's not gonna be the same as what is GonNa be changes and so just just navigating that those are those are the unknown that most entrepreneurs get into and that's that's really unknown territory. Yes yeah what would you say to people who They're sitting here listening to this and their okay. I just don't know how in the world I'm going to be a husband or a wife or father a mother and all of these things plus I had my day job. Plus get this thing going. It just seems like I can't do it. What would you say that there might be some truth to that not that you can't do it but that time maybe not the right time that could be? Maybe it's maybe everybody has different circumstances. Different challenges right kids. Go through there you you know challenging years and you've got to focus on that but it may be more that you as you all right now would be a terrible boss would be a terrible leader or not not a really effective leader but you can grow to be a really good leader and you can grow to have more capacity in your life. You can grow to manage your time better and you can accomplish things especially when you're working in your strengths and it's something that you really love and that you want to do you. Can you can knock things. I can move one hundred miles an hour in an area where other people are like going fifty miles an hour uphill and and so that's part of that is making sure that you're doing something that aligns with those passions and talents so that you really are effective in that area. Yeah there are things that you can accomplish those those extra two or three hours a week that you can carve out for yourself as kind of.
"yarbrough" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Their careers and personal lives. I've had the pleasure beyond Mike podcast and through. That got to know him and he's got a great story. You'RE GONNA love. That conversation comes to you right now. Mike this is fun. We've talked multiple times as a guest on your program and and getting to know you Kinda look at your your websites and your products and just hearing your heart when you talk to me. I said we gotta have you in the Nashville whenever you get here. So you're here and I love your journey. I don't know a ton about it but I know enough to know that at some point you really. You begin to develop a desire to create a creative solution. Do something that you loved and you started it. You've grown into successful business and I got a lot of people. Listen to my program that are in that situation with going okay. I think I have an idea or got the idea. or I've got the idea idea and I've started it. And how do I go from day. Job Dream job. You know it's the right time we're going to cover some of that. Go Way back. Or what point do you get to a situation where you go. I think it's GonNa Passion to create something out of something old and make it new and redeeming sell it so so I think that's less started from me when I was a kid. I grew up not too far from here. Actually Mercer Tennessee so grew up right on the river with my grandparents and there wasn't a lot to do there except make makes stuff anything that you saw on TV. If you WANNA be he man you had to make your sword out of an old broomstick you had to do you had to do you. Just build things and so that was kind of ingrained in me then has a kid. As they got older I went to the tech field. I got I was a software developer for about fifteen years and in my thirties. I really start or to have desire to make things again. And it's one of those things where you think. Okay I've got a successful career and making six figures. I've done the the ladder climbing all that kind of stuff. But I'm not really happy this. I'm feeling my soul is just not feeling fulfilled brand and kind of started with some hobby. Things began to to do some Woodworking and crash on the side and as far as the wedding rings and stuff that we make out of historic woods and stuff. Now that actually began as a A- as kind of a necessary thing I was with all the typing and stuff that I was doing a blogger and as a software developer and all that kind of stuff I started getting like carpal tunnel feelings feelings in my hands. Yeah my gold wedding ring just felt cold and heavy so I stopped wearing it for like six months and I thought one day I was like I really should have a wedding ring on. It's not good I popped into the garage. Drilled a hole in a piece of wood shaped into a wedding ring and walked out and that day people are asking about it. And they're saying Mike you know where. Where did you get that from one? That comes mm stuff about a year from that point. We launched rustic in Maine where we create wedding rings out of Historic Woods. And and you know we've got all kinds of grace stories there from customers they send and all that stuff but it all starts with just this understanding internal drive in my even aware of what I what I what my heart desires are dismissing those things or my actually really trying to dig in there asking questions like yeah. What's interesting to me is? Is that you. You always wanted to work with your hands. You love that kind of stuff. You're in software your blog. You've got some success but it takes an almost an injury some pain to create some change in your life and you actually had enough off sense to notice People are actually talking about this ring. I just created because I kind of feel bad that I don't have Marino right and and and at what point do you you go. There's a business here how long I mean I want to know because juries gave us the quick version. But you're like okay. I wear the woodring people are talking about it and then they keep talking about it some more talking about some more uh-huh do you go. There might be a business here and in his two part question. Who is this something I love and I think undoubtedly it was? 'cause you're creating it yourself. What was the second part? How do I make it something that I love? So that was the thing and that was how do I. How do I leave something? There really means something to me so would rings which is what what we do. And that's not that's not entirely unique in and of itself right so unique in comparison to all the other measures other. But how do I what do I really love. What are the things I have a passion for? We'll have a passion Ashen for story. I love history. I WANNA I wanna work with old woods that are going to be gone in a few generations those kinds of things and so I said okay. Well how do I get this story into what I what I I WanNa do and could I make that work right when you start putting yourself into Into some project that you see potential then then it really starts to stand out of something unique and the way that I that I found out that was actually going to be a successful potentially successful business venture. It's actually very practical steps. So I had wolf and iron going at the time and blog about manliness and writing different things and so I I did a quick article on how to make a wooden ring right and it became number one on Google. Well for how to make a wooden ring it became number one on the site. So it's got nothing to do necessarily about being a man or nothing about like building but it was okay. There percents the people who are looking for. This is something people are interested in and it was just one of many ways that you can basically test the market out to say is getting any kind of traction on us. What do people think when they hear hear about this do they get excited about it? Yeah and and so that was after that and sat down with some people who we respected from kind of a business standpoint good proximity stuff. Yeah and they said makes sense. Give it a show. Yeah I love this and I want people. Let's go back just a bit. Because he'd lost this blog the orphan iron about mailing to encourage encouragement. And and this is all positive. Mailing this stuff. This is pure masculinity that you're about Was that generating any revenue through ads. No see so. We're GonNa Labor love going.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"How podcast book it ended that i saw him michael mcdonald <hes> chris chris a <hes> not that fun to paradise crisscross christopher cross crisscross crisscrossing with christopher cross and <hes> kenny loggins aw at the hollywood bowl. I would've loved to have seen opens up for that show. Oh wow i would probably have to christopher cross okay. I think christopher cross opens. I think mike i think mike mcdonnell middle's. I think kenny loggins headlines flip the it was the reverse opens. Yes then then kenny then miami. Yes yes but michael came out for ride like the wind of course yes all sutra long along were to think of the s._e._t._v. sketch where keeps going back hurts correct rick to make your go in grades yeah all right man good to see a seizure to pal take care. I hope to see you soon and i hope you make all these things we talked about. We'll try oh that was eighty ten number ten eighteen with cedric yarbrough. Oh no it's time for some word salad. Wrap some words that feel like a salad wrapped in a segment word salad wrap. Maybe i should make word salad. Rep tee shirts you guys by awards telegram t-shirt. Would you want a word salad rep tee shirt. I don't know send you. You know what send us a note. At what are you looking and then the at symbol. I d ten t dot com. What are you looking at i._d. Dot com <hes> so <hes>. I just wanted to share a funny story. I don't know if it's funny but it's a story that happened so yesterday i was trying to get into my <hes> fedex website and the fed ex account and website kept saying your passwords not correct your passwords correct and by the way a website telling you your passwords words are correct when you copy and paste. Your password is one of the that's one of the things that drives me the most insane. I'm like password. Password signing got one job. I know this is the right password. What are you doing so. I can't get a kid and so finally hey i call the number and talk to a really nice dude. His name was vincent. He's fedex call center. He was incredibly terribly helpful. Just a really sweet nice guy just one of those things where i was real frustrated with the password experience before and then this guy was so delightful that i hung up like feeling great like oh my god what a great like. I just felt better. I felt better about the experience and better about myself so just know that good customer service is appreciated and so they said hey you know <hes>. Do you mind sticking around on the call to answer a one question in serve and i was like absolutely you know i'm all in a mullen on this guy. I'm all in on the call them all in on good customer service so there's a pause yes and i start kind of going back into my account and because i'm multitasking my brain just starts to drift and all i hear on the front of the automated ed survey thing is or press five like oh wait a minute. This is a number thing. I know i'm supposed to press one or the other and one number that i was dissatisfied with the service and the other number is that i was very satisfied with the service and i didn't hear sure which was which because my brain splintered because i was trying to get back on this is what happens when you try to multitask people you can only focus on one thing at a time so now i'll start panicking because i'm like oh shit. I don't want to give this guy a bad review. I want to give them the best review but i didn't hear what the options were because as i was being an idiot so i like i'm scrambling and i feel like i'm on a ticking clock. Because then the voice comes back on again again press one or go okay. What's going to give you the options again but then all it tells you is. It doesn't tell you which option represents which says president one one or five so now freaking out because i think i'll just going to hang up on me and i'm like i really feel the clip the green wire pressure but i'm not really sure and so i just hit i go well all right. I guess maybe it works on a traditional scale of under five. I'll just hit five so i hit five and then i hang up and i have that moment where i go shit. What if that was the wrong one. What if i gave this guy accidentally bad review and then my mind starts going all these places we had such a great call and if if i if i hit the wrong thing and he gets a bad review is gonna hurt his job in someone's gonna be like what did you. Why did you get the worst review possible so i actually called customer service back. Hey i was just talking to this really great customer. Service guy named vincent. Is there any way you could reconnect me to no or call. Service doesn't work that way. Okay just out of curiosity if i press five for the customer service review that's the that's the i had the best customer service option yes and she said yes it was and it all just sort of drained away and i felt good. Okay okay good. I made the right choice. I gave him a good. I gave him the best possible review. Now i know all this stuff sounds like super crazy and over thinking and all that stuff but it's it's just a great lesson in number one focus on what you're doing number two takes a minute number two really appreciate people when they especially customer service giving good customer service because these folks are on the phones all day long and if you ever forget someone who sounds tired or frustrated probably because they've been yelled at by people who know that they're not going to have to be held accountable for treating these people poorly so remember that too and then also you know take the time to appreciate folks when they're nice or when they give you good customer service so they make you feel better and go ahead and give them if there's a survey take it what is like ten twenty seconds out of your life and i know that in our fast paced world where we can't even watch like ten seconds of a youtube video before bouncing to something else like take the time because that's an even grander lesson of just breathe. Just slow down just breathe. Just appreciate the moment and appreciate the people around you. Who really are you know helping.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Look right. It'd be ron funches impression good. Thank you thank you. We need this to happen happened. This might you might need to put all that other stuff on our generations harlem nights to sir with love and you're blaming and flaming apps and then you maybe have to do please kademi just to see run funches. He was fucking born too late. He should should have been in. It is a crime against the run funches. God damn it i need to have it does need to happen show ron. Well yeah yeah get ron and you know what ninety ron in this this this this movie too with all of us in their keegan jordan. I forgot ron yeah around a role. I'm just casting the new police account okay. You're over there but man. I also feel like it'd be i'd be i don't know i might i might cheating on the reno nine one one franchise doing this police academy thing totally different first of all. Oh please kademi was before reno nine. One leaves it so i should. I did my own. Maybe i shouldn't be a part of this at all so you're worried about being too like being branded too too much of cop satire yeah yeah. It's like oh that's cedar yarborough. That's all he does now. You're worried about it. Yeah everything the thing into much eddie. Murphy does and thinking thinking about it too much okay. I'm in okay. Sorry i apologize. I'm back in. I'm back in because the entertainment business to just say you want to do something makes it happen. That's right yeah so so now tell. My mom thinks of course well. Why don't you just tell them. I love those conversations. I love those conversations hall well robert deniro up and say you wanna be with them. You know what i just saw. I just saw this movie inception. You should be in that one okay. No who's ooh that halle berry halle whatever i don't think she seeing anyone. You should sure oh oh goodness. She's very pretty yeah. Why don't you what's the matter with you. What are you. Why don't you just call her. Call your so difficult. You just didn't like this because i suggested did it what well paso. There's a lotta stuff in between here and there that maybe wouldn't maybe we're at work. However since we're talking about halle berry could be in this movie that you're talking about and that's how you guys meet yeah. That could be good. Oh man. What is she done late. Oh she was just in that john wick is she in the new john wayne movies. I think she's doing that. I see her on instagram working out a lot yup. It just casually throw that. I just happened to see her. Just objector updates a lot <hes> uh-huh biceps. She was working very oiled windsor your next gramling show every third monday of the month every third monday okay great but but yeah it's it's. It's a great show. I you know i you know i'm i don't brag about myself very much but this is the best life who else in the show gary anthony williams jordan black <hes> <hes> phillemon right ri- ri- danielle and naima and myself and sometimes we'll have <hes> you know guess we've radio radio play with us from time to time. It's great jordan and keegan. Come back from time to time in play <hes> so it's really good show. It's always different does a new new movie. We asked the audience what movie you wanna see. They shout out and then by applause. We we do that film. What's been your favorite so far. <hes> sounds lambs. This is really funny was called. Why are you eating people yeah.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Policemen from the west going down episode. That's mama put your hands together. Walk into the stage. Beat ronald falls for jackson heights onus in here uh-huh on dame had such a good time just coming up with that shit shit. You know just let's do in other characters will get. We're going to move the plot along but they're watching the key is that it wasn't you know a lot the times and this was specially will happen. This has happened over the decades with s._n._l. Move this wasn't an s._n._l. Movie but i mean like somebody who's been on s._n._l. So who does those kind of like that the that there's so much character stuff that the story is difficult. Yes follow yeah here. It's so supplemental lamentable and complementary to the store barber shop and that everything that it's the story is great and then on top of it to fuck around the sides and get in the way of yes a the main thing. It's supposed to be happening but i think that what that movie has is. It's not just a comedy for comedy. There's is a real heart to it and i think a lot of times we forget that when we're making comedy things because we get so much service of the jokes yes. We forget of of like well. What's the what's the story like the jokes should just decorate the human story and not just be the whole thing right right. I mean even a movie like anchorman like they're still. They're still like a real heart to to the story yeah. There's that love story for both for both you know him trying to find a bride that he really was trying to you know and <hes> but also genius the the world's that ah both that the duality of both worlds the african world and this new queens world that they are so detailed tailed in when they're coming in and dancing for that that wedding that i mean it's gorgeous it's beautiful and so oh well done you know you just love the movie just from that aspect when they come in sweeping in that dancing shit was just wonderful i when you come in to new york you know right away. I need just there's one scene that i really need in coming to america to and it could just be very brief but it would just be a like something else could be happening in the scene but you but you see you would see akeem walking away from a meeting with two challah like i need to know that someone will somehow some sort of a connection. I need those universes charted. Ah all that would be. I need versus tight some way jet that would that would really make yeah that would really be that would really make me sick. I bought a we buy a lot of a lot of like goofy movie props and stuff stuff and one of the things that i'm really i was really excited but recently. I have the money frawley from yeah. He's got his own own money. That is so fucking john amos man that guy he he he's one of those <unk> actors that i look up to you know just as a character actor he he was always good in every thing he did <hes> he <hes> you you know from you know mary tyler moore good. I mean yeah he was. He was a sports guy and mary tyler moore mary tyler moore yeah but his good times the quintessential essential bad ass father that you know cared about the family but would beat your ass if you did anything that. Would you know this the threatening threatening stuff that he would do but you know with a a twinkle in his eye just made you laugh in. You know you you watch those shows again now. In the death. Would he would offer good times. It was heart wrenching yeah. It was awful awful. Yeah well in the seventies is when they started. Experimenting with sometimes sitcoms can be sad. Yeah you know like there was a gritty that kind of like that norman re norman lear revolution and sometimes characters have abortions yeah. Some of your favorite characters have real issues. Shoot dave argue with people and their small. Sometimes you love yeah but yeah when they when they killed him off. That was that was that was crazy. I was watching some a documentary about about that and how you know he was told he was just basically told on the phone now. We're not going to renew your contract. Oh i thought he just assumed quit like why would anyone know they. He was not very happy with where the show was going. Apparently a lot of the jokes were because he he thought the show is. I wanna be some one thing and inserting turn into the j._j. Yes because j._j. Became like a dynamite became so famous yes and j._j. Was so he was complaining. He made his opinions felt and <hes> you know they were. They were tired of it so we're not going to bring bring you back damn damn but that just that and then he continued to work yes for decades and roots and you know no. He did all kinds of stuff but but yeah he was you know but he was phenomenal on that show so good i mean that's a that's a big deal to not be afraid to rock the boat when you don't believe in what you're doing and it's the seventies and you know it's not like there are a million other sitcoms that he can jump onto right because the fabric of the entertainment industry is just so much different back then yeah and so what is he you know what's what does he do and then you know. He still ends up yeah. He felt like it was very important for what he was. He was supposed to be this father this patriarch of this family and and he thought these two you know the mother and father were supposed to be the head of household name. It's felt like this kid is now taking taking over the head of this show right and that's not what i signed up for right. You know i don't know if i could you know speechless says something mean and tomorrow about something eight. I'll do whatever you want with. Many drivers are gonna tap dance dance on my head. Okay fine. That's fine good good and i'm going to enjoy my mouth will be open perfect well but also you know like it. There is that sort of thing between but i do think though if something challenged the fabric of your beliefs sherm no you'd stand up yeah i mean within reason like you don't wanna be difficult of you know. It's like at a certain point like yeah. We're all playing. Pretend it's silly. You know we should be flexible but if something violated you know if you really felt like my gut feels real bad about this. I don't think i don't think i wouldn't i'll <hes> you know okay. I'll have to forgo all of the wolverine my house this year. I mean listen. Having a wolverine does make everything better. It's nice yeah breaks in and just see that like staring at the entry way. I'm running the other way exactly because what like what type of person would just have that in in their living rooms a lunatic yeah someone who's not very stable now. I'm not i'm by no means dangerous or threatening in any way my wife has had weapons training shall be the one to nokia able to really really be afraid of somebody. I should be afraid but it's not it's not known hyder. I try to climb out the window or something i'm not. I'm not a formidable opponent anyway but i mean when when you as you explore more of your writings you for more of these things are there certain themes certain ideas certain stories that you feel like you really want to tell her the autobiographical or the sociological or are they just silly. What what is it that do you wanna do. There's things of that nature that you know a little more autobiography autobiography that i say that word right. I don't know if i said that what her back graphical there. It is <hes> little about me <hes> <hes> and then there's also some of the some things i wanna do theatrically theatrically. I'm a big huge musical theater nerd yeah so some of that stuff. I wanna <hes> explore. I would love to do <hes> you know. <hes> you know blazing saddles musical. That is the fart scene alone would be. I think it would be so so i could do blazing saddles musical now. It's pretty they'd have to update it a bit a little a little bit but i mean i updated. I mean i when i first started this idea. I just thought you know the obama. Presidency was so ready. This is so exactly what is happening. Parts seen is the republican party. You know this black sheriff coming in to save the town. <hes> you know i thought was was going to be would be that would have been perfect but yeah maybe maybe an update of that. There's also i wanna do did you ever did you ever see the movie to sir with love. Yeah i know the movie you're talking about. <hes> comes in. He's an engineer. He's not getting work as an engineer so he finds his job as a a- as a teacher in the u._k. And now he's gonna teach english toffs about life and there yeah you are chimney sweep. You gonna teach me something right and they're you know they. They're really not <hes> they really don't need to learn anything about other live in the they come from a very lower class <hes> <hes> structure and so they only really need to learn about being human you know now as opposed to a a certain. You know to be a doctor. That's not going to happen for you. We all know that what you need to learn how to talk to human beings and you know and and wash clothes and brush your teeth and and being able to greet you know <hes> people in in in the world <hes> and so he teaches these these these kids about you know about life and <hes> he's about to leave and go back to america and then decides to stay you know with all these these tufts the street toughs falling in love with them because because how great of a teacher he was getting and i just thought man if we did that you know even kept it in the sixties musical sixties musical style you know kept it. You know maybe opening in the west end in. Maybe even bringing out here. I think it would be fantastic. That's a cooler yeah so i don't know i gotta get the rights to they get the right to that right it someone to pay for it the rights for melville well some t stealing everyone else's ideas. That's updating you yeah. It's your own mcdowell's. Yes yes that is what we've learned today. Flip a blazing blazing saddles is flaming chap. Yeah to sir with love is to guy. We like yeah yeah that guy. We like a lot that he's the he's the best one this guy this teacher. He's from here and there from there but they're going to figure it out. Yes a long title but it conveys the azure. These guys sorted out love all right then flaming chaps apps. That might be a different movie. That was really that was not a good alright bad on my part. That's done it then then at the blue oyster police academy. Yes yes <hes>.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"So wolverine. Oh i'm sorry which is basically like a which is like a murder badger. They're like the meaner way. Oh god wolverines are pound for pound. Wolverine is like the fiercest creature in in the wild with badger. Don't give a fuck right honey badgers honey badger. Don't give a fuck regular badgers. I feel like they give too much of a lot of their a very obsessed with instagram like what they're how many likes yes yes. Oh i dug out this beehive in. No one really sick all right. I was even showed it. Yeah i took a picture of it. No one wow this is story and put a song to it and we need to do more live banter videos. Like what do we need to like. How do i get into the our understanding how i'm really going to maybe it should do at two o'clock. Oh yeah that's yeah. Insights are telling me that people are more interested in badger stories from two the three two to three in the time that's stupid. What do i need to comment on other badgers pages to and maybe some other some other animals rights dates. I can just like just bring in different nor limited so race this whole thing just shit. Let's start this over. Okay we're going to serve. That's how i feel most of the time i'm making a making fun of a fake character and inside him going yeah. I do that yeah yeah. I do that to the point it out right right now. I shouldn't yeah two o'clock and that was the algorithm. One thousand more likes are going to really fill the whole. This is going to make everything complete yeah because it makes you feel. I mean you feel oh yeah. I've been validated. Well there because it's so hard. It's hard to really know oh how you doing in life anyway and this thing comes along that gives you the sort of fake metric on. Here's how you're doing especially if you're a performer yeah. How do we quantify my what we do. You know what their ways. You can go like okay well. Our show sold out at the groundlings so obviously it must be doing well but it's very how do you. How do you know how you're doing. I don't know i don't know what the answer to that is right and you know generations before didn't need that like buck up. I walk walk it off. Yeah walk that shit. What what's the matter with. You want to be liked yeah. How about get a job. <hes> you're living. You're actually breathing and there's there's something to it. You know it's like why why do i need to be liked all the fucking time not good to be liked. All the time actually is actually <hes> you know especially as an actor you don't you want to be able to hide a little bit and not put yourself out there. All all the fucking time what what is cool is like oh. I didn't know what he ate. I he he's he's he's mysterious and he disappeared into that role and i really believe this guy because i don't know anything about him. Yeah yeah it's funny because in my wife like someone was someone was saying to her like oh you should post more of this and do more personal that and she was like i'm i'm an actor like i don't wanna reveal too much about myself because then if people know you too much then it becomes hard for them to buy you as a character when they see you in a thing yeah but everyone just thinks like oh yeah we have to you know. It's like a rip back. The curtain all the time and that is is of value yeah and it's it's. It's a delicate balance because if i if i had my druthers i'd i wouldn't be on any of that stuff but it does help. Sell your a product that you want so you can keep doing the things that you can do the thing that you love but it's you know dinsdale have to worry about you know there's a whole there's a whole bunch of people who are sort of grandfathered in a way where it's like they don't but i'm still fascinated to see like you ever watched. John travolta's feed on instagram. No it's hilarious. He just makes like he's such a dad and he just makes these he just makes these silly the video he'll do sketches with his kids and it's just it's so actually see him and part of me feels like you don't need to do this. You know the other side of it. Though fascinating and it's also fun will smith is another guy has completely embraced. She has looking around online and then aware because i'm like you don't have to do this and the fact that you embrace it. Just shows me that your fun silly dude right and that this is just a way to connect with people. He also has kind of next team behind him. He did have that would be kinda nice to have a kind of a team that just takes care of yeah yeah exactly all right say like you want it. You know it's like fame stuff. It's like really the best place to be is. We're just known enough that you could get a table at a restaurant. You like anything more than that. Really is is an obstacle to sort of because you don't want people caring too much about every move that you make don't want you don't want to be so popular that if you make a thing or a movie or something that people don't like then they just fucking can't wait to rip you downright. Just kind of want to be in this mid range where it's like. Well you know enough. People know they're nice. They're cool about got it. You've mastered that i think i think you have a nice good. There's a nice little stone isn't a good zone where you know i'm in a book an awesome awesome house damn badge arena here. You know this is a night. You got a nice little smell. I'm i'm i'm very happy and then it's not like i don't. I don't need to do stand up in arenas to feel validated like i just i like. I like kind to keep doing what i'm doing now. I'm very happy in this in this you know but too much is too much is is not good. It's even though people go. What are you talking about. Our american culture has dictated more of everything is a veteran yeah but more stuff was more responsibility sure it's more stress yeah. It's more people relying on you. It's more you know bigger letdowns when you you know if you don't make something that people i don't know it's it's kind of nice where even if you make something embiid. It doesn't set the world on fire then. It doesn't really matter it's fine. You know it's all personality not too because a sam jackson's huge yeah ridiculously. I mean the world noses this man and yet. I don't think he gives a fuck about a lot of shit that like if it doesn't work fuck you look how far into his life he was when he morgan freeman even to like the but you know sam jackson <hes> who i always think of as a guy who tries to rob mcdougal's and coming to america ah movie that and that guys like the biggest star you know he's the one scene where basically he gets throttled batty murphy and it's sam jackson broom yeah and he's one of the most famous people in the world the coach american by the way you talk about eddie yeah eddie and arsenio back together again. I hope it works. I wanna love it. I wanted to get in that. You should are they. Are they casting it now. That's the how do you get in stuff. That's what i need to. I need to get that famous. I don't how do i just go. You know what i want to be in that movie. Maybe you talk about on podcast and someone hears it. Maybe they whisper in anywhere fees ear. That'd be rest. Only reason why i'm here chris holds up. I hope so too. I think it does not i mean i one oh my god. It's so funny we just watched it again at christmas and because there's a there's a place i think maybe it's fat cells sandwich shops that turned into mcdougal's yes for halloween and the last two fucking years we've driven by and the line is so fucking long. Yes i want to go in it but the line is literally blocks long and i don't have the pontiac what everyone we are at hardwick not worried about that would cause. I'm in that line then. I would go do it <hes> no because i didn't want cedric cedric. Whatever your name tragedy cedar. The line is crazy long but it was i mean i did go in like a one pm would no one was there air yep and just to look at the menu and so a larry elite did it right. I really hope because i've been following stories about it. In the last last i read like you know is john amos going to be in. It's i don't know i just hope i hope he is and it has a responsibility to the world. Yes you'll be cleo mcdowell. I mean again you so fucking good in that balloons. He's so good they're frozen canned but you could never tell that guy that guy james earl two. I mean yes so good in those in those films. They really are like you know. People don't don champion them as like you know you think james earl and you think you know darth vader or other or other projects but he so the thing that i loved so much about cleo mcdowell is that he's i really feel like that. Character has so much death because you see that he has worked. This is what everyone needs is really deep deep dive of into the character study of coming to america. I guarantee you. I bet he did if you went into that. You see that cleo is he's a good guy and he like he had to do some stuff to ensure for his family. You know so it's like if that means if that means he's is the john's to mcdonald's vons. You know what i mean. It's like he's not two. He's not hurting anybody and he has a lazy boy that he's very proud of of his. You know he's he's made. He's he's very comfortable. He's provided well for his family. His daughters are doing great. I mean he's a by all accounts. I i think cleo mcdowell is like a good. He's a good role model. He is a role model but he stole every fair. Yes he did it but he's just doing it to provide for his family. You know the golden arcs their justice close. They're close very close. I went i. I was gonna just trying to find a picture of of <hes> the for halloween as what's his name. <hes> god damn it the the guy who sings sexual chocolate yes but here's a real real name is oh oh and he was in. What's going down episode. That's my mom's my momma yeah. <hes> it'll pull this up. Let's see here's the.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Yeah. It's like eating a moon rock right. Oh aw damnit toes toe but at my money because i'm really upset very very upset. It's like he just wants to be friendly to him because he enjoys it so much. Damn it but almost every time damage again this can can you talk to the to the other captains know each other. They're all fresh talk to the but all that stuff but all that stuff is yes just doing your research in you know <hes> <hes> with this show speechless now i did a lot of you know learning about disability about cerebral palsy and about god aid <hes> actual aides to people with with with with kids who have cerebral palsy and how they you know they they go about their day okay and and with that now have the confidence to be one on shell because i've done my work yeah and i would imagine that a show like that just as a person probably makes you a more empathetic creature in the world. Definitely i have plenty of empathy myself self. I mean being a black man. You know about discrimination you know about this stuff but but then there's this whole other you know other world of of disability of you know. I have my thing about you know getting in the door. But what about literally getting in the like is this even accessible to even you know bring my wheelchair here you know so that it it has and <hes> you know doing the show the last three three seasons and actually meeting families and kids that you know will will come up and say they wished they had a you know an aide like me. It's just like it it it it it. Actually you actually feel like oh. I'm actually doing something <hes> for someone here. Not it just making them laugh but this is actually like tangible where we're kids feel like you know what i i might be able to be an actor you know because i see a kid the on this show with cerebral palsy and you know and navigating it and doing well and <hes> you you know and the and the show being so popular you know it you know it's it's it's groundbreaking in and makes me feel like oh. I'm actually contributing to society here. Great and do you think because i think we all get older. Hopefully we all get more empathetic yeah because when you're young especially with comedy when you're young on you're like oh man nothing's off limits joke about anything you start to golden. You're like well. I feel bad now. That's actually not that funny because looking the more you learn the more you understand ended the more you you don't the older you get the less you wanna be. You know you wanna be pointing down and laughing at people you know. You don't want to do that at all and so has that. Have you felt your comedy evolve over time yes and no i'm terrible uh-huh fuck. You and you know a lot of a lot of things and i can get that part of me out but you know once you get older you you you know i was watching little house on the prairie earlier today. I'm ball ball and i hope that ends up on your wikipedia. Little note faxing extinct christ house on the prairie nells miss mrs olson's husband you know the show. I'm somewhat familiar with it. You know when i was a kid. I was probably watching ching more battle star galactica than i was house on the prairie. Yeah i was watching little house. Sure your shirts in it <hes> but now <hes> there's there's a there's a circus that comes into town and the fat lady in the in the circus is related to one of the main main characters and we find out you know throughout the throughout the show and they they <hes> and he's a stranger because of her obesity and end and then they come together at the end and i'm just i'm balling at the associate's. Yes sweet yeah but i'm old now and now i cry well you. Do you know what i think as we become more empathetic creatures. We understand that everyone wants to feel a part of something thing in everyone wants to be loved and so we see it. When you see it happen or you see people finally let all their dumb shit. Go and come together. Of course they're like that. Let's just be mutable. Yeah well also be kind of enties with speechless with this show. Is you know talking to like my mother and black people that you know the grew up in the fifties and sixties stories and when they would finally see someone black on television like james brown on ed sullivan and they would gather around television and finally see this guy who's killing on it. Yeah he's awesome. He's the best and you finally have representation and that's how i feel about you know with this show <hes> with micro fowler who plays this kid was c. p. Finally you know you're you're being represented scented with with someone who is <hes>. You know a a real character not someone who's just aside care but he's the lead route this show. We want to know everything and anything about what he's going through. Can he make it to college. Is he going to find a girlfriend. <hes> <hes> is he going to be an asshole to his brother and sister is he. You know how's he gonna treat his aide. When they finally separate you know now that he's going to college and his aide is going. You know elsewhere. How how is that dynamic going to happen. You know it's it's you want to be represented. The we're like everyone does everyone wants to feel connected to someone and you in it's perfect form entertainment should help foster community and inspire and make people make people feel things happy things sad things and to see to know that there are people who might watch a show and feel like okay. I understand what's going on but it feels like i'm standing outside looking in and i can't actually actually project myself into this story. It's not aspirational to me because i don't i don't identify i don't identify with that particular experience and i can understand and from over here what it's like over there but i want it to be here and then you know so you know i'm glad to see that more <hes> there's more diversity within the deaf community or within the c. p. community different communities that were being represented now. Everyone should get someone someone that they can look up to and going. All i get it. Yeah i can connect to that i can i can i can accomplish stuff sure sure right empathize with that right because has its universe that destroys universal but there's someone there that looks like meat speaks like me looks you know so. I'm hoping we'll do well here in may now's the time we'll we'll hear if all right oh yeah yeah. We're almost there yeah so we'll we'll see if we get a season four would be cool. Are you writing anything right. I know i'm coming up with some stub. Some ideas and you know a couple of <hes> things in the iron on the fire and <hes> you know we'll see you know i i. I like to keep busy that way but you know i. I don't know that that's a part of my competence. I don't have my the writing is is has always been a little bit of my you know my downfall and i wish you know if i if i could go back and teach a class enacting and teach a class somewhere in some college. I would really really <hes> you know. Emphasize you know get your writing and and everyone really you you. You never know people aren't necessarily checking for you in hollywood right your own vehicle right what you know right. Well what what's best for you what you know. No one else knows you better than you right be able to do that and be able to be rejected over and over again right you. You know this isn't good be able to throw that away and come up with other ideas. You know i really wish i could go back in time and and and home that part part of my creativity because it doesn't like something doesn't have to be so on the nose autobiographical like get out was obviously a very personal story to jordan orden. Yes but it's not but it wasn't like hi. I'm jordan and this is something that i've noticed about our society. He managed to tell the story in a really interesting way while revealing something deeply personal wrecked and that is that's obviously the goal without you know without having to be like here isn't by an auto autobiography of my life and things that i feel and it's like how do you infuse bats and give you know in this case like a thriller of slash horror real substance and real heart you know and something that i would like to see i haven't seen this right. I wanna see this onscreen. That's right the more personal something. Something is the less the less like anything else. It will be sure because everyone is a unique cluster experiences. What is what are the types of high my wife. You don't have to tip toe. It's fine madison. The live television show clock by this this oh right this is our shared safe badgered.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You know it's it's sort of part part of your career dna to be the star of a movie or the star of a franchise but he is such a phenomenal actor that which people also and dreamgirls but i just wish he would just take parts regardless of the money or the notoriety because i just want to see him i just wanna see his character work and not and not be like eddie murphy superstar yeah and what i mean we could pretend that we know his psyche okay and what what what what is it like. Are you afraid to fail. Are you scared to be vulnerable. Maybe you know not be eddie murphy. You know oh you have you were. There's this thing about being cool. You gotta be so fucking. I mean yeah. Maybe i'll have that. I don't know maybe it's also just that. The guinea still actually pretty young because he was like when he was on s._n._l. So he's he might be like fifty nine eight fifty nine and so but but also i'm sure there's like it takes a lot of energy to go build a character and you know and to him who knows but maybe if it's not something it is gonna blow up in a huge way. Maybe it's like i don't know maybe i just want to be home with my kids. Maybe i just don't need to maybe doing standup. You know it's an enormous amount of work and for what what what what does he need to do that. He has done yeah so and maybe it's our fault arpaio art. Maybe he's just happy. He doesn't need any of that any of us that we need this but we all of us. Do we all wanna wanna see eddie. Do i know but in order to and we're selfish that way but but in order to i think in order to be a performer you have to be hungry in some way sure and it might be hungry for attention in hungary for you because you need money might be hungry for the craft yeah and sometimes when people are very comfortable. They just like i'm. I'm not hungry table. I feel fine in full. Push the table over personally <hes> the plate that side <hes> you need to write something in me. Maybe we'll see that's the other thing too. That's you know i've been. I was watching harlem nights the other the other week. It's like we need this generation needs. He's one of those where we get keegan in jordan and cedric and crag and everybody in one stupid caper movie. You know i know a guy who could get that green light real bad mr jordan all yes. That's right that's right. I forgot about him. <hes> that would be you know just some. I'm kind of fun. I bet if you call in and said hey can we make our own version harlem nights. He'd go all right okay. I mean he do it yeah yeah he could do it that. Would you know we should come up with an idea right something. I just i michael j. white. I mean michael. Jordan can write his ass off. A lot of people don't know how http brilliant guy well. I mean michael and scott sanders like i mean i i absolutely view black dynamite. As as i mean i put them there groundhog day with ghostbusters pitcher i think it is one of the best comedies of love comedy yeah yeah it was. I mean the came out almost ten years thousand nine yeah it was two thousand nine while the and <hes> he and he'd been batting around that idea for a long time and i think he wanted to quit and tarantino to to produce or help and i think he helps in some regard some way <hes> or at least got us to sundance some in some some way. <hes> heard that he did something with them. Kill bill somehow. I think there's some extras where he comes in as black dynamite. Are you serious. Yes it's incredible then. We gotta find that but yeah i read read. I've read that even their even their approach to because scott had said that in having conversations with with michael that they the idea it was not that michael jordan was playing black dynamite in his head. Michael giwa was like a tight end for the baltimore colts in the nineteen seventies. Yeah someone gave a blaxploitation film to be the star of so he was in character doing a character yeah and it's a thing that a non performer might not think to do but it just it adds a dimension definitely take the performance into that jonah that they were satirizing that just made it flawless yes from ron t. jones jones or something like that was the characters name and he told me something like that and it made me when i did my character. I was like okay. I'm going to be the an actor acting this guy this guy. I don't know what the characters name was anymore but but yours yeah <hes> chocolate giddy yes was was the guiseley yes yeah so i was an actor. I was also an actor being the guy being chocolate giddy up and those movies always made me laugh because no one was ever scared of the guy like everyone knows his powers. Everyone knows what he's capable. <hes> he's gonna kick everyone's acid here but no one's ever afraid so it. I was like you mind. If i'm like you know ask them. Do you mind that. I'm scared you know he's like go ahead improvise so all my son was just me fucking around around and all that's fantastic. That's fantastic thing and as with scott. They were just like get go do it. I'm like okay. I'm going to be the guy that scared <hes> actually aware you know and and also you're taking my livelihood like that's i sell drugs to. The immune system is they're very honest job yeah. That's what we wait a minute why.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Have you ever have you. Have you had a job that when you were doing it like the schedule was so grueling but then afterwards you just missed it. Yes all of them are. They're all like that really. Was you know crazy hours. <hes> <hes> just wrapped speechless and whether sometimes fourteen fifteen hour days and i'm just exhausted just oh i can't think anymore four at the end of the day and you know we're a couple of weeks out and i'm missing everyone already. You know already like god it was. Where are those guys. Let's minnie driver doing right now. Call her up and oliver one's life. You can follow a version of every version yes and instagram yeah. I didn't realize how how many lives are going on. I'm instagram. Life is really fucking cool. I love my life and everyone. I guess is kind of faking the funk on the front back. That's the thing about we're lying move but this isn't as it's not as glamorous as long as you're liking the pictures and it's okay to lie justified gas because ultimately i'm getting this. This basically glee cerebral drug this fake. This is fake but yeah that that that is a strange and i honestly think that if if if likes were generated by different types of behaviors people would alter their behaviors. That's the one thing about it. That sort of scares me that it does creates a loop. I think people are chasing thing and they will do whatever they need to do to get it to get those likes. It's i mean we're where would these models go do the we're we're would they with the leads to grab bottles instagram. I don't know who is going to party with people well and branded events at coachella coachella were the torquing before instagram korea or instagram models posing on yachts before were they still and just no one was documenting it instagram model works and in the forest yeah it is time old the buddhist sat for months and ruminating that vary idea god bottles touring yeah no it doesn't it doesn't it does not get like how are you good. Everything's greetings yeah well. Thank you very beard is good. I got a good beer brewed. I'm trying to fill it is t._v. Beard as well like i see like this guy <hes> he's gonna. I'm gonna try to get a little fancy with it. Though like a week ago it was really coming in and i tried to do a thing where i made the sides a little bit just to give it a taper so that there was no longer we're at the chin yeah and i don't really know how to use the guide's on my beard trimmer right and so i use too low of a guide on the sides and then all of a sudden i just like i. I looked like a dirty dude with a like a guy like yeah just like a guy who'd be unlike diners drive ins and over whatever you know pay. Hey it's making brisket. Today just looked like it just it. Just wasn't making brisket there yeah exactly who's the guy that you're asking. That's why i wanted to. Who's that guy risk. Here's the scene that was in my head book and come out of my performance was that i'm a dude who works out of a food truck iraq like in rural texas gotcha and i'm just in a food truck all the time i do not but i haven't had time to shave so everything else is kind of growing out okay and so i just to have that kind of like that kinda greasy white guy look sure sure and then the other guy that the the actual brisket maker you're asking is the brisket ready yes yes. He's got a good good beard. Goatee of the worst things to happen to men's faces like it's just not a good. There's something about it. I would almost rather there have the old-timey like that reverse one where it comes down here and then just goes up to the mustache but it's not on the chain or the neck yeah that dude now. I'm thinking about other facial hair that was independent counsel seen in black. Oh man i have one of those. That's what i had. I had uh-huh and it's funny. 'cause that's what i do for because i i'd rather be clean shaven. I don't grow facial very here now but for many years i looked like a catfish just on the sides but i try now because for hollywood i i don't think very many executives see black men without facial hair so and i usually don't so i grow hair during pilot season and just for the book jobs and does it it helps it's kind of funny to think that with all the training and the work and all of the it matter the question of the shakespeare that i've you know years and years my my degree in theater arts none of them. I achieved in about five. I don't understand the black man without facial hair. What is that. I don't get it now next. No no facial hair feel lamar that now lamar. You've got a good facial. Phil phil's gray fills the best. I don't know that guy genius i did. I didn't episode of mad tv in nineteen ninety seven ninety six ninety six and i've known phil since then and all those all those consent task i do a live show with him called the black version show at the groundlings theatre. We we get a a show or a a movie. <hes> get a movie title and then <hes> you know sounds and lambs star wars yeah sixteen candles whatever and we'll improvise. The black version version of that one is that we do that once a month. We'd be doing that once a month for eight years now. I really want to see that. It's the best show d- is it. An straight hour. Long in world do an hour long of that and then the for the movie and then for the second act is is <hes> d._v._d. Extras a deleted scene a song that didn't make the soundtrack actor actor who auditioned for the movie that didn't make it <hes> a product that we've been placing within the movie the entire time that you know it's the elevated that can tell that is genius d._v._d. Extras are probably the better than the move. You and i would encourage anyone to see long for him because i think most people when they think of improv think of who's line or they think of quick games a little more joe based at long form form improv is really about long form collaborative in the moment story listening yes in such an incredible things to witness for that long because i would imagine at a certain point people just forget that they're watching something. That's improvise. No they just they can't believe that we're making up the stuff and sometimes i you you know we've been at it for so long. It's it's just fun. <hes> fill the mars and jordan black who developed the not this yeah jordan is genius brilliant gary anthony williams <hes> danielle gaither and oh she's great yes. She's also a mad tv t._v. and naima funk who was from detroit and wonderful and <hes> jordan peele and keegan michael key where a part of this group before they you john went off and did their their guys end up doing anything else. After john keegan michael who yeah did he end up becoming one of the most influential directors in hollywood's young guy who can open up a movie anytime he wants. It's incredible yeah nicest. This is fucking nicest guys the world yeah yeah and that's so cool i love that there's this kind of generation of like improv. Sketch kind of guys that are you know are now. It's kind of our turn to do some of this. You know get in where but we fit him a little bit. You know a lot of times you know. Especially with sketch and improv is like well. How are you going to make a living out is how does that actually transfer into actually yes business and we see that a lot of these guys are now. Actually really you know. <hes> you know making their nisha really figuring out a way to really contribute the fundamentals of what you the skill sets that you learn doing that especially that long form improv that we start yeah yeah. We're we're. We're okay okay. We're way in all right. Yeah the fundamentals that you learn from that because you are basically it's all all story telling you learn you learn how to listen you learn how to build characters quickly. You learn how to tell the best story with the simplest the simplest way as to the audience and the immediacy of the audience and you also have to do all of the stuff around it and so it i mean i really feel like for anyone who wants this to learn how to sort of be like a multi hyphen and in this business you probably should have like improv background form improv yeah yeah it's also i just teaches you how to listen anyway and talk to people yeah i think a lot of us actors kind of our little socially inept sometimes and just being being able to work well with others. You know just helps out of our own heads a little bit and you and you have to or the scene fails awesome definitely and there's also i love this thing about. I mean there's definitely a difference between stand up. Comedians and sketch funny folks you know the those guys are i think the more the rock and roll type guys yes and then the sketch guys are a little more you know they have homes and an insurance. You know we gotta worry about you know people's teeth and what the difference also difference between like like solo rockstar the doobie brothers and in yes they all to her and they support each other and they're all they know how to be a group ryan relate. Yes they know how to work. We'll just wanna do this. Sometimes we do too much and died. I did i did groundlings as in like ninety six ninety seven and and then i realized like oh i should i should just do stand up because up my my props were all. I used to get called out for like the jogi and i'm like oh. That's my that's. I got my thing. I learned that if i'm gonna make this work i like. I'll i do standup yeah yeah and there's i mean they're. They're both great. They're both great genres and <hes>. I don't know maybe they should do. A documentary about this. Stand up doesn't think that stand up doesn't do that. It doesn't teach you to it doesn't automatically teach you to be collaborative. Sometimes standups have trouble like making the jump to film or television because they're so used to their own voice doing doing their own thing no really just sort of like a one man. One man band your marketer. You got to do you yourself. Let alone that the acting yes of it is not the joke you're just you and but when you're when you're in an improv group you have to figure out how you fit in you you have to service the scene and not yourself and stand ups goes to service themselves yes and the audience and so i think it's it you know. I personally think that you know improv. Training is is more useful for so many different things and stand up really helps. You be a stand up. Yes <music> unless you get those that can do both like the eddie murphy's of the world that are you know you know wins on s._n._l. Just killed and it and his his standard was i would come back. Yes i'd heard he was toying with doing stand up again but even if he didn't it's it's just like you know like i watch bo finger and i just wish rather than try and if you're super famous person and.
"yarbrough" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Caroline's in new york so if you go to i d ten t dot com slash tour. You'll see to get links there. There's upcoming shows in irvine and tacoma so <hes> get ticket links there and while you're there go ninety dot com slash sign up for <hes> updates on stuff. We are finally launched a bunch of new stuff at the store. <hes> there's some great pickle rick stuff. There's some rick and morty stuff. There's some horror or or socks in their exorcists beetlejuice gremlins. Some zombie phone cases a lot of fun stuff. Just i just kinda wanna make stuff the i want to own and then in the process i will share some of that with people on the website. There's also a new ten podcast t shirt it up with the the the logo. That's on itunes. So you know go check it out. <hes> we'd appreciate it keeps this rickety boat afloat float and also i want to say that if you have an event or thing that you want to promote by all means events at t. dot com would be the way to reach out for that that just like matthew padilla who writes i recently separated from the air force and decided to try my hand at writing. Children's books deemed it appropriate to turn to the cork board considering how influential i._d. Tintin has been in regards to acting on my creative inclinations. I listened to your show heavily during deployments and it spurred me to start a podcast performing open mics and write this book the book and questions. It's called playing possum. The o. is important when searching so just you know oh possum <hes> all sales will ultimately fund the sequel. I thought it best is that the next book be supported financially via the first as opposed to kickstarter or something similar which is very very smart thing to do <hes> as a new author. I welcome any off feedback to the amazon page so i may continue to grow and learn thanks matthew that is very inspiring story and incredible that i don't know it just matthew. I sounds like your head's in the right places all this stuff so i i support. I support what you're doing amanda rights. I just wanna let you know about a great table. Top game that a cool dude and my quaint little city of huntsville alabama is made. It's called hedge lord. It's competitive maze puzzle game where you have to get your character and b's companions to them as well avoiding blocking other characters and their bees companions oh and dragons because why not dragons the games designed and built by dust and tim brooke and some local artists buddies here in huntsville followed dustin on instagram at dustin. Tim brooke.
A Tale Of Two Dollar Stores
"You would go into a store, and there would be a bunch of stuff in there that would only cost a dollar and during the great recession this meant a lot to people customers poured into dollar stores in two thousand nine Dollar General already had nearly six thousand stores today. It has about fifteen thousand stores Family Dollar was a bit smaller had roughly six thousand stores in two thousand nine now it has almost nine thousand and both stores were basically going after the same customers that WalMart targets. But these stores could go where WalMart's couldn't like in cities, for instance, New York, there is a Dollar General and Family Dollar both pretty close to where I live in Brooklyn. They also went really hard into small rural areas where the population was not big enough to support a whole WalMart superstore lake that three hours outside of Saint Louis drive down. There we go through this little town, and it's got like twelve hundred people to Family Dollar Dollar General and a little low. Grocery store. I mean, the nearest WalMart's like thirty five to forty minutes away. This is Brian Yarbrough. He's a consumer analyst at Edward Jones. When the economy slows down, they actually perform a little better because you'll see people trade down. So people will go into some of the higher price grocery stores and places, and they'll trade down into the dollar store environment. So in the teeth of the recession Family Dollar Dollar General. We're just having their moment the bad times for the economy or the good times for dollar stores. But when the recession ended, and the recovery started these stores made very different bets on how to survive during the recovery, and you can see the difference in these shopping bags that I brought back from both stores. So I up Dollar General Dollar General decided we are gonna go hard after the mini WalMart thing. They basically became a grocery store, and this makes sense, right? Because in good times and bad people always need the basics, groceries pet food detergent and dollar generals. Like, we are going to be the place where people can get cheap basics. So you can see. In here basics. Yeah. Got a got a carton of milk. Sure. Dollar General basically went hard after the grocery segment of the market. So buying Yarbrough says mall. It's convenient way home though. I need some milk or anything bread. You can be in and out in you know, two or three minutes versus, you know, go to a WalMart supercenter, and it could be a fifteen or twenty minute ordeal. That's journey. Exactly. So I went to the Dollar General store near me, and I could see all this right away. It was really nice. It was super clean and well organized, right? When I walked in. There was this big fancy. Starbucks display. They're selling some new kind of canned Espresso got you. Again. You know me. So well, that's exciting. And I got you a red bull. Just in case in case. And they had all the name brands like everything you might have on your grocery list. Chips. Ahoy the peeps. Of course. It'd be easy heaps. It's like a whole variety of things. Some of this stuff is like a treat at love it. All right. Exactly. So I spent about thirty dollars on all this stuff. You know? So the prices are good, but not super super-low, but it was very easy to navigate. It was really pleasant shopping experience that shiny yellow cards everything was organized, and then I wanna few blocks away to Family Dollar, so Family Dollar two very different tack. They went really hard on the dollar part. So after all there's a promise in the name of a dollar store. Right. And they kept this promise. But in order to keep things price low. You can't really have regular groceries. Right. You can't live like eight kinds of chips ahoy, and you know, Starbucks displays and things like that diversity, right? Like if you're enforcing the price. You're not going to be able to get everything you want for that same price and in order to keep. Prices that that low you end up having to kind of get a bunch of weird stuff. Right. Like, a hodgepodge lot of food and weird small packages very excited about this. There's this Honey nut Cheerios. That's like I like cutting Cheerios, but it's like yours. To servings or something it's like a packet bills. Have a lot of off brand stuff. Like, there's this energy drink red bull. I've got here a drink called rip it energy with a picture of a soldier holding a flag a gun in the colors of the American flag. This is like super patriotic energy, Drake. And you know, it takes the edge off of a heart afternoon card marshmallow offering marshmallows. Yeah. You also end up with this kind of grab bag of stuff that's made in India and China kind of whatever fell off the truck that week a little bit more candy holiday decorations seasonal type items galaxy allow that comes from China a lot of its discretionary nature driving people with these great deals. I mean Family Dollar brings in whatever. It can Mark down. The selection is more random. So like here is an Easter banner for you. I got to a paper crown check it out. This is my favorite purchase a skittles flavored candle handle, I know eight for my gift from me to you for your house when a glow sword. Okay, close. Yeah. I know. Yeah. We're gonna have to wear those around the office knows glasses a package of six gradu- marks knows last night with the mustache and everything six of them for a dollar. So in order to keep their prices, low Family Dollar did not invest in fancy stores the way the Dollar General did they kept overhead low, and you know, the stores as a result are a little hard to navigate I spent like three times longer in the Family Dollar store into the lots of poking around. And and honestly the experience of being in the store was a little bit unpleasant. Like, right when you walk in. This automated voice told you you were being monitored. I mean, all the stuff was just a dollar. So the deals were actually really amazing. I kinda couldn't believe all the stuff I could get for dollar so Cardiff who dollar stores to business models one chain bet on the dollar one chain bet against the dollar, which one do you think is still thriving? I'm gonna guess Dollar General. You are right. Okay. Dollar General has been killing it brought in customers with higher. Income during the downturn. And some of those customers are still customers today. They didn't leave them Dollar General has grown every single quarter. For nearly a decade. Brian Yarbrough said going upscale ish kind of paid off people like shopping there, and they like the deals so even when times got better and people could maybe afford to shop in a more expensive store. They didn't they kept shopping Dollar General because they liked it. And also because Dollar General is a big chain. They're able to get lower prices for a lot of the name brand stuff. They carry an offer better deals than like local grocery stores in rural areas or corner stores in cities Family Dollar on the other hand did not fare. So well as the economy improved people are willing to spend a little bit more on things like holiday decorations, and candy, and cutlery, and pens and skittles candles, and they wanted a more pleasant shopping experience and Family Dollar kind of went sideways again, I think when dollars was investing opening new stores updating and remodeling stores and family. Which is kind of plotting the loan. You know, I think Dollar General took a lot of market share and took a lot of customers. Now, I think, you know, Family Dollar struggling to gain those back Stanley dollar was bought out years back, and it just announced that it is going to close nearly four hundred locations totally rethink its business model, it'll probably also start to leave the dollar part behind things are probably gonna get more expensive there, which makes me a little bit sad because you know, where else are you gonna find like six Groucho Marx glasses for a dollar on the other hand if the economy goes into recession again, then maybe their fortunes will switch yet. They could be singing a happy. Tune with one dog. Purple plastic recorder that
"yarbrough" Discussed on Hi Haters
"Haven't seen a black anywhere. Oh, no. He was downstairs. He let me. Okay house. I mean, you're not wrong. All of that. Was we have a black midget in the control cool. Okay. Great. That's great wording. But how does it? I mean, that's just for you. Well, I'm sorry to hear you say so Segic Yarbrough. I'm sad. You have to go because we'd love to keep you here. And maybe make our stats. Look a little. More diverse, but there's much more to this parcel universe to become most rounds. No. Okay. All right. Thanks bye. Any to high? Hey, you have dressed up and a lot of different costumes tonight costume change number four for you. But there's one that you wanted to do so much that you wrote a blog about it. Which was that? Yeah. So by the way, I love that idea doing the friend. I think that's a great thing. Well, it all started Casey, Casey Smith. She's big football eighty here at barstool sports. And she came up to me yesterday and asked me. What do you think what's like a stripper costume to you? And I guess I misunderstood it. She wanted to know if I was being specifically a stripper for Halloween. What would that look like? So like, Liz said I'd wear pink latex, Ellie said nipple tassels rea- set of thong and something to cover her boobs. France type dress big hair huge heels likings tight shirt boots. I thought she meant if you were a stripper Kate and you're going up on the poll on Halloween. What are you wearing? So I was like so I got two into it. I was like, oh, so I'm stripper for and it's Halloween now, I gotta dress up. And I thought about it because I've had a lot of costumes throughout my life. I love Halloween, but as much as I tried to make them sexy. I never they never really turned out sexy, and I'm always joking around. So like, I never was really trying to be that sexy. So I was like man this is an opportunity. Thank like, I'm a stripper. I wanna be real. Sexy for Halloween like really go for it. What am I going to do first thing that popped in my mind flight attendant? Naturally flight attendant? I'm my mind. I'm a stripper. I'm about to take the whole the whole club mile high. You know what I mean? Oh, yeah. Yeah. See how many I jam in that bathroom? So I thought that's what Casey wanted so I can post like I'm doing a blog about it. So I wrote this stupid Email to her not knowing the other women of the office. Just like here's one sentence on what I'd do. I'd wear tall heels. And I wrote her this whole scenario this whole big thing that turned out to be pretty weird. So say Casey, I've given this a lot of thought I'm going sexy flight attendant stripper seen smoke from dry ice fills the stage at is it clear as I'm standing there and something like this. And I included a picture of a very sexy flight attendant wearing basically like nothing, but with way, bigger underwear. As music quietly starts to play highway to the danger zone. I give my safety brief for the small handheld flight attendant microphone. Ladies and gentlemen. The captain has turned on the.
"yarbrough" Discussed on Hi Haters
"I got I got tackled on the concrete, and there's this little piece of like stumped coming out of it. One of those big routes that breaks through the concrete on base housing in Maryland. And I did the same thing broke my rib, and I was just like. Queens. A free three eight five seventy six five Bareback. Hi. Hey. Ended the frame. Oh, good friend. Say watching. We have read on the show today. Joining us. Good friend and the frigging. He he he built a lot Breyer in prison. The us rate. Many many many many many many many times indeed animals because they have to be human. I write for for those who don't know that voice. We are joined in studio today by read from Shawshank, Redemption, really excited to have them or possibly it is singer voice, actor actor, comedian Cedric Yarbrough, and you were initially. I knew you coming onto the scene as Reno nine one ones deputy Jones, a favorite favorite of mine, I dealt with a lot of prisoners in that indeed that show to you. Did your also on Jack horsemen I play cop on that show. Yes. So you really the police route. Of really stretched my muscle. Pretty pretty vastly. At least Hollywood has. I don't I don't know one one of us has very much work. But yeah a Cup and I do a cop on paradise PD so net flicks. We actually have a large pair of truck nuts floating around the office right now that say paradise PD on them. So. Yeah. This office. There are times where like you just pick them up because they're around and you're talking to someone about like a meeting or something you don't realize you're just slapping these paradise PD balls in your hand because they're today just keep floating around the office truck nuts truck nuts. People dangling off the back of their. As a feminist. I've been working on truck flaps. I wanna get nice. Hang off. My I would put that on my car. I wouldn't the 'cause hey, I'm finish to. I'm glad to hear it. But you are doing voice acting again. But on a show with real people this time, so you're the voice on speechless. Yes. Can you explain a little bit more about that as season? Three is coming out. Sure. Sure. It's a family of three kids. One of the the oldest has a ripple policy on the show and in real life. The the real life actor Mike afoul has policy but on the the show he does not speak in. So he communicates with a laser on his glasses. And then he points to a communication board with what he wants to say. And so I play the character of aid as an aide, and now of through the Thursay's really kind of brother slash best friend and. So when he's communicating on his board. I I read his board and communicate for him. And I would say if anyone could have an aid with a smooth voice like that. I feel like that's a big perk. That was kind of how I got the job really in real life. And in the show is like the kid is like I want to sound like this cool, smooth black, dude. Let me hire this guy. And so they. Got smooth. Cool back dude voice. It's true. How so you're from outside Minneapolis crack how on earth? Did you wind up doing all the things that you're doing? Now, how was their big comedy scene? The devil in the ninth. There's a huge actually Minneapolis huge scene for the arts. Yeah. Basically, you learn what you can and get them out because but but the schooling the the training for music for theatre is is really paramount. And so I got out of that scene. And I wanted to either come to New York or Chicago decided you let me go out to LA, and and see if I can really work work my magic out there. And then then I'm at the Reno nine one guys shortly actually three months after I moved into LA that I met those guys in the way, we went, and did, you know because sounds like you are always in the arts growing up. Did you know that comedy was always the slant? The way you wanted to go with it or a grew up doing a lot of sports play football basketball. And I went to a community college where they did not have sports. And none of my friends were there to make fun of me..
"yarbrough" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"So, yeah, it was just me and Tina. The boy dynamites wall, right? And. Cedric Garber, Yorkshire Shosh, and we are playing McDonald's. Monopoly Cedric had shown up with two sleeves of cups, right that he was walking on like he, he kind of like. Awkwardly walks up like in a weird way, and then he lives his pant legs and the his legs are sort of ways of cops. Are they stilts is that he has made them? No, he has bent his lower legs back. So his knees are in the top of the cut. You can't walk around dear member, this amazing those pretty damn cool of me can use, they'll do that of. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was something I learned in the third grade. I don't know about you guys. Did you guys do any drinking games back then? When I was in third grade guy, did a lot of drinking game. Yeah, with McDonald's needed a lot of cups around, yes, all the drinking games you were going to be playing naturally. I played all the games back. Yeah, the knee gain the elbow game. Drink? Yep. Yep. Yep. You go to school for that. That was a thing I did go to school. It was a third grade prep. Yes, that had specifically, I majored in game gaming with cups and. I got to the fourth grade I, I was done. I was on grass major, switched it. I was onto darts. Okay. Wow. So we, of course, we're playing McDonald's monopoly with all these cops and where revealing the different places on the board and we're watching them on the streets everything. Yeah, and tina's eating the cups. Right. And I see as she's challenge down on one of these cups, just a little glimmer of a blue for freak. Can boardwalk dark blue? Yes, because blue also is connected avenue oriental avenue, which I don't know if they could even do now. I don't think I, I was. You can't have that one. Yeah, yeah, you complain. I got it. Yeah. Yes, that's not cool. Dietrich avenue. Yeah. So now we've we've, we've changed it to. I wanted to go with Cedric avenue, but you know, people have, you know their snobs and so we're going to go with Cedric governor. Okay. The spelling is this, is the okay even so? No, I I totally understand has pronunciation is different, and so she's licking the little sticker off with her course tongue of boardwalk, which at the time I was very, if you remember that was when I was very familiar with that. What what that tongue could do its power. Right. And so I know very quickly that that sticker is going to be. Rated. Yeah, yes, by the course tongue linked to the bone. Yes. I didn't know that though. I had no idea. Yeah. You had no urgency at all. From what I've heard. Oh. No, you need to leave either. You're sort of visibly kicking back. Yeah, I as the course dog was bringing into action this sorta satisfied with yourself. Having done the cool Cup game of game, I changed. You know, I say I solved racism. And then you know this because a lot for a day, but the tongue thing also was important. It's gonna eat boardwalk going to destroy it. And so I have to slap it away slap the sticker away, and I do it. Perfect, perfect slap where I just with just my ring finger just lightly flick, the sticker out of her mouth and your middle finger goes insider knows it just because that's very delicately just above just like kind of tickles or nose in uses the kind of spring. To get away, but she she's staying after I've done this. She's looking what, what right. She thinks I miss that. I was trying to do like a real slap. I was just trying to flick this. I show her this stickers now on my finger a million dollars on it. Yeah, but that was so having boardwalk alone, that's a million bucks. You don't need park place. So this was by thank you wondering, yes, it said a million dollars on it. It says that on boardwalk, which was another complaint as you were complaining about oriental avenue. I was complaining this says a million dollars, but it says you also have to have a place. Yeah. Yeah. Dang. Well, so I lost a relationship. Yeah. And all this money. Well. It's time that we do pass go and we do collect about two hundred dollars, I think for doing the show this year. So, uh, hi, welcome to Hollywood handbook and insider's guide to kicking and dropping names in this industry. We call showbiz Cedric Yarbrough is our.
"yarbrough" Discussed on Classic Races
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