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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

00:33 sec | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here & Now

"Crisis. There's some pilot programs underway in Denver and San Francisco, Tanya they show promise these reforms, I think, have the potential to make some change. NPR national correspondent Erik Wester vault is always thank you so much. You're very welcome. This is here and now. You're part of the discussion this afternoon of one p.m. on the take away the police, killing a 13 year old Adam Toledo in Chicago at a mass shooting at a FedEx center in Indiana. Just two more reminders of the.

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Prosecutor Placed on Leave After Suggesting Adam Toledo Was Armed When Shot

NewsNation

00:44 sec | 17 hrs ago

Prosecutor Placed on Leave After Suggesting Adam Toledo Was Armed When Shot

"A veteran prosecutor Even accurate information to a judge in the case related to the Toledo shooting prior to the release of the body Cam video change, Murphy said in court that Plato had a gun in his hand. The moment he was shot, state's attorney's office issued a correction. Five days later. Video shows Toledo drop the gun less than a second before the officers fired. Former Cook County prosecutor Matt For Corey says it's common to be given limited information before bond court hearing. It looks bad because of the Justice Malek case and some other things that have gone on and it's it almost looks like this is big conspiracy. I don't think it's that Attorney is on paid administrative lead. While the state's attorney's office conducts the internal investigation. Authorities say they've apprehended a person in

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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:17 min | 27 min ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on The Takeaway

"Protesters in Chicago. They're demanding justice for Adam to lay low, a 13 year old Latino who was shot and killed by a police officer in the city last month. The case gained national attention after the Chicago Police Department released body camera footage showing the late Joe had his hands up before he was shot and killed. Video contradicted a statement previously put out by a prosecutor with the Cook County State attorney's office, who claimed that the 13 year old had been holding a gun when he was shot. Here's the Toledo family attorney Adina Weiss Ortiz, speaking with reporters last week. All I know is that the officers trained cannot shoot an unknown armed individual, not shoot an unknown armed child. He asked him to toss it and show his hands in the kid complies. Then he shouldn't be shot DeLay does killing underscores the reality of police violence against Latinos in the United States, according to research by The Washington Post from 2015 to 2020 Latinos were the second highest demographic killed by police after black Americans. I'm tan Xena Vega and whether Adam to lay those killing has the potential to galvanize Latinos in Chicago around issues of police brutality is where we start today on the take away. Joining me now is that water? The party.

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Prosecutor Placed on Leave Following Comments About Adam Toledo

Masters in Business

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Prosecutor Placed on Leave Following Comments About Adam Toledo

"In Illinois is being put on administrative leave after he failed to fully present the facts in the Adam Toledo case. Assistant State's attorney James Murphy is on paid leave pending an investigation after he presented the facts following the police shooting death. The 13 year old. The county state's attorney's office is now saying Murphy fell to fully inform himself before speaking on the case. Following the release of the body camera footage Toe laid out is seen surrendering the police officers with empty hands in the air before being shot while a gun was found near the scene. It's unclear if the teenage boy was ever holding the weapon. A nurse in South Florida

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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:20 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here & Now

"I think when we look at inner city youth, we look at an essay communities like the ones that exist themselves in Chicago. We know that when there is no safe spaces to go to when there's no after school programs when things like soccer or our classes are no longer accessible to our young people. You know, street gangs fill that void. You know, they provide that sense of belonging to a kid who is coming home to an empty house because their mom has to work day in and day out just to be a provider and I think ultimately We have to acknowledge that we as a society failed, Adam and then in order to prevent more of these tragedies, we need to be able to fill the wood ourselves. We need to be able to Instead of giving 40% of our budget to police department is just going to react to violence, giving some of that money to schools and things that will prevent violence. Mental health resource is by most domestic counseling and help for families. Really provide that social safety net next missing that doesn't allow young men of color to make mistakes and still be alive because that is the possibility that supported to a lot of People and communities that are not committees of color well, and you're not completely absolving the police here, although some in the Latino community, especially in in this neighborhood of expressed sympathy. With the notion that this young man might have just tossed a gun away when he turned But you're saying those who have negative comments about Adam Toledo have to kind of check their thinking because they give other kids white kids a break. Give that example. Yeah, well, you just look at the example of kind of Rittenhouse, who was 18 years old, far older than Adam for little cane and a R 15, killing two people. He's given water bottles and escorted by police out off the scene. Right. He escapes with his life. After committing these crimes, Adam to little tosses the gun puts his hands up. Complies with the police officer's orders, and it's still killed every Bartles of whether he was a good kid or a bad kid, His life mattered just as much as any other young person in our communities. Life matters. Ultimately young men of color in our communities, people of color, You know, they're not afforded the benefit of the doubt. They're not afforded the perception of innocents, right? Instead, they are demonized and vilified. Well, Then again, you're calling for money to be invested. Just it. Can tick through some of the other suggestions that you have summer's coming programs that could give kids a place to go. Yes, I mentioned in my up the only reason why I'm speaking here today. And I'm not dead or in jail is because my mom and a grocery store owner agreed to go into a partnership with my mom would pay part of my wage. When I was 14 years old to work at a grocery store. She wanted to keep me busy, and I think that summer's coming, what we need to do is a massive investment in our young people so that we give them jobs that are good paying jobs, not just in the summer. Year around, we could be providing them so many engaging opportunities, but we felt to do so because we lack the political courage to actually make those decisions and make those investments in our young people. And that means taking money away from the police department. I just have to underscore what you said. Your mom knew you needed to get off the streets. She asked the grocer, please employees, he said..

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Protesters Demand Police Reform After Adam Toledo Shooting

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Protesters Demand Police Reform After Adam Toledo Shooting

"Minneapolis in Chicago, overnight demonstrations over the death of a young team following the video of the March police shooting released this week. ABC is Johnny Norman is in Chicago. Massive crowds march to Chicago last night, including one group protesting right here outside of Chicago Police headquarters. Ah, community collectively grieving and reviving calls for police reform amid anger over how the police shooting of 13 year old Adam

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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

02:27 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here and Now

"For families really provide that social safety net. That's missing. That doesn't allow young men of color to make mistakes and still be alive because that is the possibility that supported to a lot of people and communities that are not maybes of color well, and you're not completely absolving the police here, although some in the Latino community, especially in in this neighborhood of expressed sympathy, With the notion that this young man might have just tossed a gun away when he turned But you're saying those who have negative comments about Adam Toledo have to kind of check their thinking because they give other kids white kids a break. Give that example. Yeah, well, you just look at the example of pirate and house who was 18 years old for older than Adam to little cane and a R 15 killing two people. He's given water bottles and escorted by police out off the scene, right? He escaped with his life. After committing these crimes, Adam to little tosses the gun puts his hands up. Complies with the police officer's orders, and it's still killed and regardless of whether he was a good kid or back in his life mattered just as much as any other young person in our communities. Life matters ultimately, young men of color in our communities, people of color. You know, they're not afforded the benefit of the doubt. They're not afforded the perception of innocents right? Instead, they are demonized and vilified. Well and again, you're calling from money to be invested. Just it. Again tick through some of the other suggestions that you have summer's coming programs that could give kids a place to go. Yes, as I mentioned in my up the only reason why I'm speaking here today, and I'm not dead or in jail is because my mom and a grocery store owner agreed to go into a partnership with my mom would pay Part of my wage when I was 14 years old to work at a grocery store, she wanted T Keep me busy, and I think that's so much coming. What we need to do is a massive investment in our young people so that we give them jobs that are good paying jobs, not just in the summer but year round. We can be providing them so many engaging opportunities, But we felt to do so because we lack the political courage to actually make those decisions and make those investments in our young people. And that means taking money away from the police department. I just have to underscore you said your mom knew you needed to get off the streets. She asked the grocer, please employees, he said. I don't have any money, and she said, I'll.

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Hundreds March in Chicago, Protesting Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Hundreds March in Chicago, Protesting Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

"In oakland california. Multiple fires were set. Numerous windows were shattered and several cars were damaged during protests against police. Brutality last night authorities say bottles and other objects were thrown at police. Protesters were also out in chicago. Where a thirteen year. Old boy was gunned down by. Police john kenton zara. The president of the city's police union says the officer had a split second to react. After chasing adam to lehto down a dark alley while speaking to fox sean hannity kenton zara also mentioned the boys gang affiliation. I've seen this many many times. Where parents are just at wit's ends with kids who are being led astray and they know what to do with them especially at that age. Where they're so impressionable. The officer who also serves in the marine corps has been placed on administrative. Leave

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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on Here and Now

"The jury hears closing arguments in the trial of former police officer Derrick Show been charged with the murder of George Floyd. Also, Chicago is more in the police shooting death of 13 year old Adam to Lehto. But an activist response to those also wondering what role did gangs play regardless of whether he was a good kid or back in Kate's life mattered just as much as any other young person in Arkham. You know these life matters in Congresswoman Ion oppressively on legislation she's sponsoring that aims to end the disproportionate punishment of black girls in school for too many black and brown girls interactions with race. This dress code policies, hair policies. Law enforcement in our schools has really defined their experience. The.

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Hundreds Protest in Chicago Over Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Hundreds Protest in Chicago Over Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

"Released body cam video showing a police officer shooting and killing a 13 year old boy last month. The footage shows Officer Eric Stillman shooting Adam Toledo less than a second after the boy drops a handgun turns toward the officer and begins raising his hands. The video is key evidence is prosecutors consider a case against that officer involved Closing arguments set for Monday in the murder trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis cop charged with killing George

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Nearly 100 people arrested in Daunte Wright protests

Green And Growing With Ashley Frasca

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Nearly 100 people arrested in Daunte Wright protests

"Protests and some riots in Chicago, New York City and Minnesota. Dozens of arrests after thousands of BLM demonstrators marched to protest the police shootings of Adam Toledo, who was 13 and Dante. Right, who was 20 both cases under

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Protesters March In Logan Square to Demand Justice for Adam Toledo

BBC Newsday

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Protesters March In Logan Square to Demand Justice for Adam Toledo

"Demonstrators demanding police reform. Gathered after body camera footage was released showing that an officer fatally shot a 13 year old boy last month. This happened less than a second after the boy Adam Too late, Oh, appeared to drop a gun on raised his hands, and it comes at a time of high tension in the United States about police killings. BBC's Barbara Platt Usher was there. E. C. You have a sign that says Chicago police murdered a child. It was a trial 13 years old. That's a kid. You know what I mean? On. Did we let this go? Who knows what else than you know? Transpire if they go on chat. What did you think about the part of the video where the policeman was upset and trying to revive the child? Did you feel anything from that? Little too late? It's like, OK, you shot him in the chest, like Are you all right? Come on. You kidding me? So it's just like what? At first think later. I don't think that's not supposed to work. He shot me. We should stay with me. Stay with you. All right, Temple, get an ambulance Throwing the body camera footage shows Officer Eric Stillman frantically trying to get medical help for the 13 year old boy. But it also shows that the teenager did not have a gun in his hands when he was shot. I'm walking down the alleyway where the policemen chased Adam Toledo. This is the spot where he stopped and we saw in the video turned around with his hands up and was shot. Now there are some candles here. Some flowers have been laid. On a local artist has painted a mural of Angel Wings. It says. Long live, Adam, You know, he's

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Launching 'America First' Caucus

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene Launching 'America First' Caucus

"Feel like. I'm of facts based pariah. We're radicals in the republican party. If you say that it the steel was ridiculous. And trump is the new establishment. That's what a former republican member of the house. Sounds like case in point congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green congressman. Paul goes are planning to form their own america first caucus according to a seven page policy platform published by punchbowl news. This afternoon the caucus intends to quote follow in president. Trump's footsteps that includes election. fraud section. That pedals conspiracies about our two thousand twenty election. It also includes the following quote. America is a nation with a border and a culture strengthened by a common respect for uniquely anglo-saxon. Political traditions wonder what that could mean. I'm sure our next guest is wondering as well with us to talk about it. Bill kristol the author and writer and thinker and politico a veteran of the reagan and bush administrations editor at large of the bill biltmore. Bulwark bill couple of things number. One wait till they find out about the border with canada number two. I have in my hand three items on social media that attracted our interest tonight here. They are in order. Republican congressman. Adam kenner. I believe anyone that joins. This caucus should have their committee. Stripped too late for marjorie taylor. Green already done and the republican conference should expel them from conference participation while we can't prevent someone from calling themselves republican. We can loudly say. They don't belong to us. Kevin mccarthy tweets the republican party. Hope you're sitting down as the party of lincoln and the party of more opportunity for all americans not nativist dog

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Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 3 d ago

Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

"Washington, A police officer involved shooting in Chicago's raced anger body camera footage showing the officer shooting and killing 13 year old Adam Toledo. CBS is, say Adriana Diaz with more God. Karen Zara, the president of the Chicago Police Union, said the officer was justified. We do not have to wait to be shot to respond. The officer had every reason to believe that that offender was turning and pointing the gun at him that night to Leda was with 21 year old Reuben Roman, who has been arrested now. Police say the gunshots they were originally responding to were fired by Roman Toledo's family attorney says Adam was a good kid. He was a little timid, His family said He loves to play with Legos, and he dreamed of one day becoming a police officer. Camera footage appears to show the officer administering CPR well, waiting for an ambulance to arrive, But the boy died at the scene. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the shooting You often in this country, law enforcement uses unnecessary force too often resulting in the death of black and brown Americans. There were protests in Chicago last night. Many downtown businesses boarding up

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Protesters Gather in Chicago After Adam Toledo Video Release

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:18 sec | 3 d ago

Protesters Gather in Chicago After Adam Toledo Video Release

"Angered by the newly released police video showing the fatal shooting of a 13 year old boy late last month. The video appears to show Adam to Lehto. Drop a gun before beginning to raise his hands. The family of Tamir Rice is has the Justice Department to

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New Details Revealed On Chicago Police Shooting Of Adam Toledo

WGN Programming

01:28 min | 3 d ago

New Details Revealed On Chicago Police Shooting Of Adam Toledo

Bodycam Video Shows Chicago Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Boy

AP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Bodycam Video Shows Chicago Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Boy

"Video has been released of the shooting death by police of a 13 year old boy in Chicago and officer is heard yelling. Drop it at Adam Toledo before he was shot. A still frame taken from the jumping nighttime footage appears to show Toledo wasn't holding anything and had his hands up or partially up. His family's attorney, Adina Weiss, Ortiz says it doesn't matter if the teenagers a choir boy or involved in untoward activity. The fact of the matter is that he was walking in the street, and he was shut shot unarmed before the video was released. Chicago Mere Lori Lightfoot choking up a times call for calm. We can't have that be. What are young people experience in our city? It will take all of us to turn this around. The mayor's in Chicago is traumatized by a long history of police, violence and misconduct. I'm Ed Donahue

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Officials Release Video From Fatal Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old

Bloomberg Law

00:21 sec | 3 d ago

Officials Release Video From Fatal Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old

"For potential protest tonight after Body Cam video showing the fatal police shooting of 13 year old Adam Toledo was released today. The footage from the March 29th shooting shows the officer yelling at the team to put his hands up. Toledo quickly turns with his hands raised over his head and the cop opens fire. It's not clear if the 13 year old had a weapon. Rescue crews

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Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of boy, 13

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of boy, 13

"Body camera video has been released of the shooting death by police of a thirteen year old boy in Chicago an officer is heard yelling drop it at Adam Toledo before he was shot this still frame taken from the jumping night time footage appears to show Toledo wasn't holding anything and had his hands up or partially up his family's attorney do you know why sorties says it doesn't matter if the teenagers a choir boy or involved in on toward activity the fact of the matter is that he was walking in the street and he was shot shot an armed before the video was released Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot choking up at times call for calm we can't be what our young people experience in our city it will take all of us to turn this around the mayor says Chicago is traumatized by a long history of police violence and misconduct I'm a Donahue

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Officials release video from fatal police shooting of 13-year-old

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Officials release video from fatal police shooting of 13-year-old

"Video footage of a fatal pollution fatal police shooting of a 13 year old boy in Chicago is being released. The Marisa's The images are excruciating. Chicago's mayor would not confirm that 13 year old Adam to Leto had a gun when confronted by police in an alleyway March 29th. They were responding to a call of shots fired, but the Cook County attorney's office has said he did have a gun in his hand when he was shot. Mayor Lori Lightfoot got emotional during a press conference Thursday, saying her city Is awash in illegal guns and that they have failed Children like Adam. We've got to do things differently, she said. She's speaking with the Biden administration and wants new federal gun legislation. As Jessica

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Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 4 d ago

Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

John Williams

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82

"Guilty to orchestrating a massive Ponzi scheme has died in prison. Associated Press reporting that he died early this morning at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently of natural causes. Last year, the lawyers for made off tried to get him released from prison because of the covert 19 pandemic. At the time, they said he It's also suffered from end stage, renal disease and other chronic conditions again. Bernie made off at the center of a massive Ponzi scheme in prison. A dead at 82 years old, The family of Adam Too late, Oh now has

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Riaz Raihan on Improving CX With AI

Crack the Customer Code

01:34 min | 6 d ago

Riaz Raihan on Improving CX With AI

"While we are thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much for joining us. Re as hey sir. Great to be here so happy to have you and excited to hop into our topic today now. A lotta times when we talk about a i. We're talking about okay. How are we going to serve the customers. How are we going to use it to execute. But what. I'd like to start off with today. Is how do we use to better understand customers. So that's a that's a great question adam and you know the way. Ai helps is. It helps us with the problem of scale for example. If you're a small business and you have ten customers you don't need a i. Do you need to talk to them. And you know what they feel. And they'll give you feedback the challenges when you have ten million customers and you'll tell me million customers coming at you in different ways. We call it omni channels. You've got customers coming through a website. Maybe calling call center. Maybe doing transactions and retail stores that you might have and interacting with your brand in multiple different ways. That's when you have what we call multiple signals so now you have complexity because you've got all these customers potentially in different parts of the country different parts of the world different languages different channels. What i can help it is. It can help understand the voice of the customer over time and what that means is being able to really pick out the signal from the noise understand a customer's preferences overtime and keep track on. How the customers evolving in their relationship with you. Ai solves that problem at

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Just, that's just. What I've seen across the league. I've I've been watching. The guys getting the sex and. His just the little things that are just have to perfect and I have to get better than. Nothing off the air like I told my sister I've I gotta start now on the ground? I'll go. Get those doubled Jackson's year. And you do that for a couple of your. Oh! You can make so much money that you can only dream of what a making. You have the lien sister. Year! Yeah, yeah, that's always that's always. BECO- that's a goal for her next contract with I was just trying to figure slowing. Enjoy my time. has those Tom Lives by. Take advantage of their brigade the moment that you're in the. Business. Of his off. RELINQUISH EATING FOR A. Quality, the United Way and he being kinds of those dogs. You sister good luck this season. And, so there's the giants linebacker Lorenzo Carter seems poised to have a very strong season this upcoming season, and that is the question of course. Are we going to have season and I mentioned on this podcast last we can speak to various people in and around the NFL connected strong. Would you gonNa fell and WanNa showed me that there will be football this upcoming season, and so I went back to that particular person in light of everything that's going on with covert outbreak in certain hot spots in. In the country and I texted that same person was very much in the know last week. Are we still confident that Games will be played? I'm going to read the text exchange with him. Yes, absolutely very very confident, not as confident about fans in the stands, but very confident about games, being played fouled, she was way off his knowledge of what the League in the players association or doing is woefully weak to speculate the way he did last week. The League expect saliva test to be ready in. Daily testing in PR every three days. The key is having enough. That they aren't hurting general community by taking so many for the league. But the expectations are that won't be a problem. Their protocols are extreme. The NFL may be the safest employer Oh and one more little tidbit unlimited budget. It's like the Super Bowl own limited budget. There's a lot of that that can be done with an unlimited. There's a lot that can be done with an unlimited budget and the sex appeal that comes with the NFL. These are the things Roger Goodell excels in. Have confidence in. In less a massive new thing happens on waiting for the next efforts derail the election terrorism alien invasion will be playing games. This fall can't say about fans in the stands. D. and the PA deserve a lot of credit. Everything has been total coordination between the League and the Union, and so the viewpoint hasn't changed. That's the text from the same individual. Who is sure be last week. That would be football. He still remains confident. That there will be football. I think from my perspective. I believe the bills fully determined to get the training camp to play sixteen games to have the season. Miley question would be. And again we see this over time. Can they pull off sixteen games? Can they get through a full season, or or they're going to be more outbreaks of this virus that derail the NFL's hopes and plans, and what this particular individual is texting me assuring me that we're going to have full season, but those are the questions that we began in try to answer when we return from a little podcast, highest will be back in mid July and untold WANNA. Thank Frank Kellyanne oh. The host of the Kellyanne Endo cast I wanNA. Thank you giants. Ever Lorenzo cargo where thank Migrate Producer Christina Buswell. Thank you the listener for tuning to another Adam Schefter podcast like I said we'll be back in mid-july with another version, and until then great fourth be will and stay safe..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"We go through the line and nothing I'm like I. Guess He didn't remember me or something like that I. Have the same agents is a few of these these. Guys that people who are there. are a couple of other adventures. There Zoe Saldana was there Don cheadle Chris Evans. Captain America was there too, so I work out with an agent. Go meet. Josh Brolin for a second. And we we get in there. He's with Chris. Chris Hemsworth and he goes. I go to say hello. He Goes I. Knew It was you. I just didn't understand why you here. I was like I haven't even said anything I was like. Oh! And then I I'm talking to him for a little bit, and he looks over to Chris Evans and he goes. Hey this guy's responsible. From one of my roles, and you know me creating you know this role in a movie and Chris Evans like what what was that and I was like Fan, and and they all they cracked up and Evans just goes win something. Who You? Quite Kellyanne Oh my God and he starts quoting because the mind. Do some mad for me Chris. Evans is BEN HAS ME A. Doing. Everything for he's like Goosen grew, disagree Douwe. Check do little bill and it's like I was like. I'm just going through all the and my daughter's like. This is the greatest day of my life happen. America knows night that and I said I actually do some rather Downey Juniors, I do it. Do some donors like okay Jim your favorites. That doesn't sound like you're just like Adam schefter. You're killing me. The way it ended up. We leave because the. Ovens just wants to talk. My daughter had broken elbow the year before, and she had this big thing that looked like the winter soldier on her arm, but she broke her elbow surgery and the second. This was her first surgery. She's hanging out with just rolling. Just talking about this for ten minutes while the Evans has me doing a bunch of compression, and then we. Moved Out, because the photographers have to stay in time and do everything that they need to get done so because those lines of people that are put a plan and I I. Go outside the pipe and drape stuff which is you know the cubicle that they're? They're in and then Chris. Evans is Texas somebody. He sees me and comes over to talk to me. Is Like Oh God? That was you made this great all this stuff to all nice things, so we talked to him a little bit more, and my daughter says to me, that was even better like why is that? She goes. He didn't have to talk to you there. He wanted to talk to you more and I was like. That's a pretty great observation I go. This is your thirteenth birthday, and you're never going to have a birthday better, but everything in the downhill from here you have peaked at thirteen, and so of is a DAB. Of. A debt, that's that's a pretty cool story. That's quite musicians you have going there. I gotTA. Tell you all these. You want to hear from you, you yeah, it's A. There's luck involved I always believe that there's muck involve There's some still, too, but there's some there's a lot of luck and sports. I mean nobody was. Nobody was doing a lot of sports stuff. Nationally locally. Started, doing these impressions in sports at the NFL on Fox. And it just started taking off and I that's that's only a little part of what I do but I. Just Kinda had that. N-. Each and people ran with it. If the pigeonholed kind of Pigeonhole, the move away, but at the same time pay if I can have my God. You know my daughter and tells me with my son with you know we spend time with Kyra Murray last year. We spent time with you know. Jj Watt gotten you know funny every time I, drive 'cause I'm from Wisconsin every time I try to Wisconsin. They go through the Wisconsin del a text. Jj Watt going through the delta. Tommy Bartlett's love all these little things that just. Made all these great people and you know you can't beat being around hall of fame. NFL players like the Howie. Long Terry Bradshaw. All that stuff's amazing. Just made me realize that when I need to get a hold of somebody I probably should be going through you to confirm. With JJ WATT or wherever it may be, you may be my him wet in my secret source that nobody really. Yeah I got a couple of GM's to I can go what? I I've done that for you. Know people made this big deal about me texting? You know sending. Gruden you remember the last year, they said I almost altered the draft. Not This not this past year the year before when I called I called. These time whose son play for me play flag football for me and I've been friends with time for quite a while Gruden. Like I'll tell you what I'll make a trade for you. How that I try? I dropped cuyler Murray at your draft. A you know somebody number three. I'd draft cuyler Marie at number, three or seven, or whatever it is we. We try it was. He knows me 'cause. It was coming from my phone number. Well, it gets staff there in certain news, but I almost change the draft. What was number that you with me from the beginning? But that's how these the telephone game where he had this. This person is person and then the story gets changed as it goes on so. voicemails messages with you GM. Oh, yeah, I, forgot the know what the I never I don't think I've met you and I told you as a different NFL insider, that may no. You could say that you you still people. It was very good. I called you Jay Glazer. You'RE NOT GONNA. Believe this Jason Witten I always with I was with I just don't I just gone through a look at ESPN and I was I was just with the Tuynhuis and on our boss Yeah Yeah Yeah and I actually couldn't think of his name. There had to go to A. Winner, tax so I and he was he you. We've. Talked to a few different people and He's like Schefter and I was like okay. Let's do that unlike Congress Jake Glaser and I. Agree with. talked to Jason. He's he's GonNa retire as the most amazing to me over her I. Don't know if you've heard about this yet. just give me a call. And it was the stupidest premise in the world. Right because you picked up on this immediately. If is pretty good on the phone that can make it even better. But you picked up in this immediately. Why would j call me with the scoop? And that's what he could would Jay Glazer. Call me with the scooper. Even now it doesn't make sense you know got to believe. There's some type of tomfoolery going out there in Bristol I'm trying to go to my doctor's Office and Read My highlights magazine. And I figured out cracked case right away, but it was an excellent Jay Glazer impersonation. Excellent. All around did make me laugh and. Things of the spotlight before we go frank like if I just give you like names like rat-a-tat tally, machine-gun fire, spit out a quick impersonation of each guy. Jury think I think it came. This is unrehearsed, unplanned, completely spontaneous. Lifts. Let's give it a shot, okay. Johnny Myth. Say understand where you're coming from the veracity, the contemplation that is going in sports I. Know exactly where you're coming from Adam schefter..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"But I didn't plan kind of like. How I do these interviews I'm but So I didn't really ever plan I. just sat down. I recorded a bunch of different things. and. Then I started piecing together and it was. This is over the course of two or three hours sometimes those overs. I do I'll be so meticulous with them. I will You know I will spend hours changing things here and there and this I just went. You know I'm GonNa. Put together. I had it done like nine o'clock at night west coast time and it was the day the schedules came out and like. that. There was a schedule you know people were doing schedule. Pre shows or shows or whatever released shows. I'll put it out the next morning. I got up early the next morning. I'm like now's the time to put it out and you know how algorithms work and social media if I put it out the night before I don't know for the blown up. The same way did I. put it out that morning when all the news was actually talking about people like you were going through things that you probably had some stuff earlier. The you're going through all the stuff that could be released to everybody. and everybody was talking about, and it just started going crazy and I got calls from friends of the ESPN like to we air this I'm like absolutely. It's the you know the over there that. You know we're not. You're not really doing work for us right now and stuff like that. We do. I'm like yeah. One hundred percents both for, and it just blew up I was like holy cow, one of those moments where I retweeted it that morning I remember that and yeah. I watched it love of Israel adjustment whoosh. People loved it was. Always amazing whenever you whenever you re tweet something and I know you're very particular about those things. Which I think you should be as an as anybody whenever you re tweet. Something like that. I see how immediate the impact is of an of an Adam Schefter, retreat and Adam schefter light is pretty good. WHAT AN AUTUMN SUGAR! The. Nominal. It that that means lots of me when when somebody like you does, because you know, even though you have humor in your time line and you, didn't you? Do you have a lot of funny quips and stuff like that people? That side of you but you have this. You don't reach with a lot of billy content so for me, and that's a big thing. That's a pretty cool thing when you do something like that. I I WANNA. Go back the first time. I realized how meticulous you are. I texted you. And I'm like. This is maybe seven or eight years ago. Attacking us and I said where are you and you said the doctor's office? You know you you were giving me the position. You might even give me latitude and longitude of where you were. The Doctor Shaw Fish The highlights magazine sitting on the table. Right next to me. those like. Why don't you always that's just you? That's how you think. And it was a it keyed into a lot of helping with the impression, not just. Finding of I mean we'll feral I. WOULD NOT CONSIDER REAL SPERO IMPRESSIONIST! I would consider will ferrell if not be funny, one of the funniest people in the world. When he did George W Bush when he's done impression hey. Harry Carey that Harry got you know. Those were exactly done impression. For in terms of the voice, but now you hear people do a lot of impressions. They're doing him doing that. Impression Same Dana Carvey with George H W Bush not gonNA. He didn't say that, but you. You create in Carvey's little bit. Different isn't impressionist. On top of everything else, but my point here is being funny can be more important, but you have to have the take what the take behind the person and a lot of my take with you. Is that meticulousness and being careful about exactly what I'm going to say, which is one hundred percent needed and in your business and and makes total sense, but then people don't always make that jump in their conscious. Conscious mind they don't get why that's working. And then they start to feel it, and that's that's actually sometimes what will turn people backwards and some some famous people will dislike you doing an impression of the because they're afraid. It's going to hurt the money you know. It's to hurt your job. Your livelihood and when I found for the most part, it's the complete opposite once I or somebody at Saturday live or Somebody hits one of these really great impressions that has will take what happens is on Madison Avenue, the advertising executives start to figure out how to write that stuff for that character, and you end up doing commercials or or sponsorships that are almost based on the impression which is comes from you in the first place, but You start to Gruden tax of three in the morning. One time which I think is lunchtime for him, but he was like it is. This is while he was still DSP end Monday night. Football's like you're. And I read his Texan his voice was like I just got blown shooting commercial where I did an impersonation. You and I was too scared to ask him. 'cause I'm always intimidated by matter what? the. I think it was that one where he's talking to the tire. You know and my guess is.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

08:31 min | 10 months ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"The man to provide just that is the host of the Cowley. Endo cast podcast brank Kellyanne. The very funny comedian who shared to provide a of lightness for us today and will be joined by the giants linebacker Lorenzo Carter tried to build off his season Sax last year, as he becomes a fixture on the giants, defensive side of the football, but the big news. Sunday night of course was Cam Newton reaching agreement with the New England. Patriots on a one year incentive laden contract, and the truth of the matter is. IS THAT CAM? Newton did not have any other offers from any other? Other teams. There was nobody that was calling him in lighting up Spohn, trying to recruit him to a certain city. There was one other team that did have one conversation with him. It was very brief didn't go very far, but the Cleveland Browns it speech, Cam Newton at one point in time, but those talks never really went anywhere. They did with new. England and CAM winds up on a one year contract with the Patriots which makes all the sense of the world. There have been people. That have been connecting those two sides. In fact, we can go back and I will reach straight from my texts. Last Tuesday morning on Tuesday June twenty third eleven. o One am after we got done filming. Get up that morning. My colleague and friend Tim Hasselbeck sent me a text and I read I. Keep Banging the Pats as a camp possibility not saying it's GonNa Happen, but I would like that fit if you know with certainty that they are interested at all. Will you let me know that was detected? Tim Hasselbeck Cynthia Tuesday June twenty third eleven to one M. I texted him back. Keep banging the drum. Kim. Keep Banging Drum because the two sides had been talking, and as we mentioned, there really wasn't another viable landing spot for Cam at this point in time without him, taking a physical, and so the Patriots, if three quarterbacks for less than the price in some teams are paying their backup quarterbacks Brian. hoyer making about a million dollars this year. We're still waiting for the full financial details on cans deal, Deal, but I would becky that. The base salary isn't much more than two million dollars. If it's that the coming season before he gets the incentives, which could boost him up and brought, and and Jarret Stidham is rookie. Develop pays of less than seven hundred thousand dollars base salary, so if we give. Brian were a million dollars in Cam Newton two million dollars in Johnston roughly seven hundred thousand. Three point seven million dollars in base salary for three quarterbacks. One of them is the former two thousand fifteen most valuable player of the national. Football. Lot of started in the NFL and Brian War, and one of whom the Patriots strong enough to start with this coming season, and so the Patriots suddenly have quarterback depth at that spot, and the Max at many people saw coming actually came together on Sunday night with a one year agreement that many people called that no other teams really challenged other than the Cleveland browns making that exploratory telephone call and now Cam Newton goes to New England where we look forward to the wardrobe. Wardrobe that he's going to unveil there. It'd be great if bill check and Cam Newton could just exchange wardrobes one Sunday for the fun of things that would provide another moment of levity in this upcoming bull season alright Tuesday June thirtieth at seven thirty eastern time. ESPN presents the film black the boxing about fighting perspect- identity an acknowledgement. There are no score. Cordial knockouts on the reservation to prize of Black Boxing Club is far more vital survival, according to the United States just farming. Native American women are ten times more likely to be murdered than non native woman. More than one in three suffered a rape or attempted rape, and more than eighty percent will experience violence at some point in their lives on the black feet reservation in Montana, these are not statistics, their stories of lives and families of lawson pain again tune in Tuesday June thirtieth on ESPN at seven thirty eastern time for black boxing, and now the host of the Kellyanne cast a friend of mine. Somebody. WHO's tremendous. Really believe you're going to enjoy what he has to say today the man. Frank Kellyanne. Shall, we think? Is Adam Schefter. shocker. Strike Kellyanne, don't how are you? That's a great me I. ME. I try my best. Here's the funny thing and are we going already? Are we going? We're going we're going to. This desk I show the part, refrained 'cause you undermine, and he gets completely candid and tells us everything that's possible in prominent in his life. so people get mad at me because there there are. Pluses and minuses every impression right? There's some things where hit some things that go away and some things you make moreover cartoon and some things you try to get right on the money. When I do an impression of you a lot of times, they turn it into this helium Adam schefter. That isn't even you any even close I mean The Korean. Sure she. It's just it's such a ridiculous thing is. Nothing like him. I'm like well back. When I done it already and whether you thought it was good or not. At the beginning I done, and now I'm just trying to make it a cartoon like what would Adam. Schefter be reporting as a mouse in You know some type of Disney film. Well, I will say this. You know we've talked about your impression before and and we'll say. I like it now more than I did before I didn't like it before it just that your impressions of Stephen, a Smith and John Madden Pat some role in. Everything is so good so spot on. The might just wasn't up to their standards. That's all I not. One hundred percent agree with you, I think that's and they all get better over time because you start to practice the more and you buy one of the biggest flaw in my Adam. Schefter impression is the letter. Because when I tried to form that you know I, it's almost formed in your throat and how you try and put these impressions together. When I do that the way I formed my mouth s you. Don't have you don't have a weird pronounce. Or different pronounced S. yours is pretty normal, but it always been people when they do the impression of me doing the impression they according to my short, you don't say shortish now. It's just hard for me to get to form. That s while I've got everything else. Of the machine all created together according to my sources, that's where it comes from. It's the phrasing and I learned over time I. Where your phrasing comes from because you have to be incredibly careful with how you put things together, because if if some somebody will call you, Adam schefter on. A piece of information. You'll have to say no. That is not always saying that. What is insulting way you create. Information is a fashioned in the way to go around that, so people can't say well. He meant this know what it meant was Yucky what they said is a win. step-by-step like an instruction manual were possibly even a set of. What am I trying to think? If I'm trying to come up with the word income to me? I will get it. A recipe if we're building a recipe for. Let's say some pancakes were getting a recipe pancakes. We're going to add one and one quarter cup of milk. We're not going to add one and one half claps. Schumer helium..

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"adam" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"adam" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Hello everybody, welcome to factually I'm Adam Khan over and look? We're GONNA do it. We're GONNA. Keep talking about what's going on in the world today. I don't think there's anything else I would rather be talking about I. Hope There's nothing else you'd rather be listening to all right, so let's talk about this. In this moment of mass protest about police abuse. It's easy to lay all your blame on one bad orange man. Right? I mean I've been watching some late night comedy the last week. I like to keep up on my industry. And the focus has been overwhelmingly on trump and I get why it's easy to make fun and right jokes about this. Authoritarian, who's clearing peaceful protests with tear gas, so we can have a photo op up. Bible just seen that, but quit even. The.

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"adam" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"What are the welcome to factually i'm adam conover and we have a bit of a different episode for you this week a little bit of a change of pace but before i explain in what way it's different i'd like to take you down a little trip down memory lane early nineties i was a huge fan of children's educational educational television i i know i know it's a big surprise coming from the guy who doesn't educational comedy show wearing brightly colored outfits but i used to eat up shows like bill nye the science guy where on earth is carmen sandiego and especially beakman's world i don't know if you remember beakman's world it was a show that combined cutting edge special effects puppeteer hiring and comedy to illustrate complex scientific concepts for kids there was even a dude in a rat costume who burp and farted i love this show it perfectly we spoke to my nine year old sensibilities now you'd think a show like that would just succeed in the cutthroat marketplace of children's television because of how great it was right i mean kids like to learn and they like farting rats so it should have been an easy sell well it wasn't until recently that i found out beakman's world and many of your favorite kids educational occasional shows like it that you remember from growing up wouldn't have existed at all if not very particular law passed by congress see in the late eighties there was very very little educational programming on children's tv and what programming there was to put it plainly sucked ass i mean seriously go back and watch one of those opposed classics a GI joe a transformers or a gummy bears you'll see shows that are badly animated designed purely to sell toys with incredibly long commercial breaks because kids kids would watch anything right including tons of commercials for toys based on the exact show they just watched now if you think that shoving loud aggressive ads odds down the eye holes of impressionable children without even giving them a good show in return sounds exploitative in gross well legislators in the late late eighties would agree with you and that is why congress passed the children's television act of nineteen ninety which did two things i it put strict limits on and how many minutes of commercials children's broadcast TV could have very good step and secondly it required networks to include genuinely educational children's children's programming on their schedules so suddenly we went from a world in which if you tried to pitch a show about science to a broadcast network they'd probably say hey get the fuck outta here how are we going to sell robot robot toys with that science crap to one where suddenly every network was suddenly scrambling to buy educational shows that met the new mandate and it was shows like commitments world bill nye and others that rose to fill that market now look i'm not gonna say this was a perfect law as with most regulations that were a lot of unintended the negative side effects too a lot of networks tried to get around the rule by making crappy quasi educational shows like for isn't a variety show hosted by brazilian actress model recording star in businesswoman shusha not a lot of good material for the growing brain there but the fact remains that these networks needed a nudge from the federal government to know what was good for them and put on at least some of the educational shows kids turned out to love again these shows turned out to be hits that law law is literally the only reason that bill nye and beakman's world were on the air at all today though things have changed see that law only affected acted broadcast stations that use the public airwaves it had no jurisdiction over cable television and definitely non over the internet which hadn't even really become popular yet and since those places cable and the internet are where the majority of kids watch their content today once again we're in a world where the majority of what kids you're watching is crappy content that serves adult pocketbooks far more than it does there growing brains except of course the nickelodeon kids show that i hadn't hosting the crystal oh maze which just remind you premiers january twenty fourth on nickelodeon that show is very quality police watch it but look that brings me the topic of today's show like i said it's a little bit different normally on this show we have scholars experts other smart folks on to blow your mind with a revelatory things they know today though i wanted wanted to bring on one of the artists who inspired and taught me so much and blew my mind so much when i was growing up and artists that i didn't really realize how much influence my a own style until i went back and watched his work and figured out how deeply my work is influenced by his i'm just gonna come out with it i'm talking about beekman himself himself or paul's aloom the actor who played beekman for so many years he was gracious enough to join me on the show today in this interview we eat into paul's life his career what it was like making a classic children's educational television and i try to contain my nervousness and excitement talking to a former idol of mine in whose footsteps i am following so like i said a bit of a change of pace but fear not i'm not turning the show into an infotainment version of mark barron's podcast and we will be back next week with more fascinating fascinating expert interviews and before we get into it i'd like to share with you a couple of tour dates on january eighteenth i will be at the san francisco sketch fest with khloe hillyard opening for me and and on january thirtieth i'll be performing at the irvine improv in lovely irvine california if you want to consider those shows go to my website adam conover.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Adam Corolla. Show Adams today. Adam Ray with Gina Undergrad on news Brian on sound effects. And we'll do an Oscar. Themed baldy would roundup and Hooray for Bollywood. And now for ranch to riches Adam Corolla Yay get it off get it onto a choice thing and other mandate the tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. We love that about us. You Good Day Gina Grad. Oh Bryan Berner biscuits. Who is Jay Moore talking to do the drug sniffing dogs? Oh yeah he's GonNa make it easy on on your basket kind of makes me laugh with five. People wouldn't fit inside is a radio so he can only list three spans s kind of makes me laugh man all right. I was doing this thing whereas I came home. And it's like hey jays like anytime you want to go to a Lakers game. Just tell me actually knows people. He knows Yeah yeah the thing about Jeannie Buzz does I guess daughter. Maybe only daughter. I'm not sure of Jerry. Buss Dr Airbus owner of the Lakers for all all those years. She's very kind soul. I don't know you know you kind of get that when you talk to somebody for a couple of minutes they get sort. Ah Good soul off of them. She's got that she got that certain. Kind Soul vibe. As we were watching Jay frolicking out in the ocean. Shen standing on someone's deck and Malabon telling me how much he was into him. Short of sounded like Renee. Zellweger in and God what's Tom Cruise. Jerry Maguire like Shit. That's how I that's the level of sincerity she had about the man yes only daughter Jerry Buss only must-have sons in there running for upper stuff am I. Am I getting this wrong. Or didn't like she and her brother weren't they sort of CO owning. But she's the face if I I don't know I'm still negotiations to get my data trumpet so this is quite a departure for me right. You know what I mean that makes sense that thing you you. You can't relate. Would it be nice. I I don't know who's actually I have two daughters four sons four sons. What do we see? Why don't we when we have some sort of competition some sort of race to the bottom like? Here's how I've done. I think we all nobody expects a family member much less. It's a dad to own a major league. Sports Franchise in a major league market bought. There are such things as condos rose in palm springs or they're such things as oh a fifty five convertible belair. That was left behind. You know. They're they're things things of value. Yes not all sports franchises but things value you know. Dr Drew's parents weren't rich but they had a a place out by the beach. I don't know if we came. Remember for most something somebody people died and now they're some building by the beach that the parents paid sixty one thousand dollars for now. Four four point two million. Whatever that is sort of? That's Christie's family. They prepare grandparents. Doc In nineteen seventy nine or wherever it was bought a little place. On Balboa Island Report Beach superwealthy or valuable now at the time was two hundred thousand dollars wherever it was yes they tell her out now yes. He's a hole in the family. Appreciates thing yeah. So there's two ways we can get there from here can be someone on your side or someone on whomever you're marrying Lynette. Her mom died before that I had to put a roof on her house. She did leave a black belt after black belt and a black guy cop who wrestled her to get her out of her bedroom and then My father in law had to pay for his casket. So I don't know if there's a Lotta money floating around there maybe allocated money for the funeral. You own that casket. Yeah that's true. So that casket My family my mom has moved into her mom's second house which as a pile of Shit and my dad was was talking about downsizing from about eleven hundred square feet and needs a trumpet. So I don't know what you I don't know if you could do much worse than that. I now I because I don't think if your parents die owing money doesn't roll over to you so you Dan. You can't really go into the negative department so somebody's going to have to see if they can tie me zero and by wait no belongings. There is no. It's John Wayne Belt. Buckle right there's none of none of that that would be worth it'd be worth more than me having to buy my data trump right. I misunderstood but I think you can't pass dead onto your kids because that's what I was curious about to. Next of kin rules go to happy about. Oh so if you hopefully will matter to me well so now your kids your whoever. Whoever's your state the beneficiary oh well look if you owe the credit card company eighteen thousand dollars and you die and you have more than eighteen thousand dollars or whatever it is of your state? It'll come out of it can come out of it but you couldn't my. My parents are going to die zero so there will. We'll be no estate. You know of casket come on. So I had to buy the casket. I'm just saying I don't I don't know what what you can do. And then we can do less than zero. I don't I don't now. My Dad has a house but then my step mom stay in that House that we'll be bequeathed. My mom has a house which is her mom's House but Mike Step Dad. We'll probably live in that house so anyway A little a bit of that but again it doesn't have to be a sports franchise. Max Pat I you at zero. Where you at close where's Jeanette? Though Oh see this can be remedied with the right woman or man depending on how this works Yeah she's doing very well she is. Yeah what's her parents have. Oh No no no I thought you meant what Degen have. As far as dead goes. She's she didn't have any debt or anything but from her family whatever. They're fine like their mom works in a hospital. Well to the head of the x Ray Department at the hospital and let me read this stamp all right. Do they own anything. Yeah the House a house. RV's no votes no car two cars and a House and Senate what collect anything anymore. I mean my son explained me. He was going to be rich richer than me. I said how you GonNa do that and he goes. Well you're going to die in what's Go- sell all your crap. Okay okay thank you. I'll be sleeping one eye open. Worst the stuff yeah Mark Thompson here. From the morning show used always say on his deathbed he will be rampantly gently buying things on Amazon just to deplete anything that would go to his children a complete joke but that is his. That is his line do. Do you guys feel that Oh the buses are all jays like Jimmy's all Jay's the the Family John and Joan Jim Senior who's not a senior it is the key to success. Yeah maybe we spread that alphabet around too much with the Corolla Rola mixed with the no middle names and all the kids are part owners genius the controlling owner. There you go yeah. I'm wondering wondering if the digital world has gotten people out of the physical collection people used to have comic books than baseball arguing. It would collect. I don't know what they would collect but they were selling stuff. What's Anti beat magazine? Dolls dollhouse dolls and things things. People people had things that they collect ned. I don't feel like there's so much collecting going on Tuesday. It'll now in in spite of that or because of that. The auction space is so thriving right now. Well we're hearing related to that follow question related to that with vis-a-vis the beanie baby story. They always talk about people. Collect someday and they weren't. That's where the wave crest it right with baseball. And beanie babies and things that were like Oh this is going to be valuable. No the reason they're things are valuables because people threw them out twenty fifty years ago. Whatever it was well in the auction space update the bullet Mustang? Saying that. We're all trying to guess the price of disappointed all in at three point seven Which means it hammered hammered out at three four? But then there's the vague after that so Would have been three seven. The everyone had the car pile of Shit but everyone had hyped it for so long. Story spun out of Control. The car that I thought was a little undervalued was the GT forty that was used in the movie Ford. V Ferrari which they had at estimated two to fifty two three twenty-five that sold for four eighty five so four eighty four. So that car did go for more than they'd estimate which I thought audit would because it's movie car but and compare the driveability of those two drives one really doesn't and the the Eleanor Lenore car from gone. In sixty seconds the gone in sixty seconds Eleanor Mustang. That Nick Nick Cage was going after they had predicted for like four to five hundred grand for like eight fifty so The movie cars going going up going fast and I can't remember I brought it up on air but Budweiser's going to do a TV commercial. Mark do super bowl commercial with some newman in some newman car race. Car and Newman. Now do they come knocking on your door. They I know I know. So there's there's that Let's see what did I have. Oh yes go ahead we can Nicholas Cage Age. I saw a preview for his new movie twice on Friday because we we decided to do a little double feature. We went to knives out. Fantastic nineteen seventeen incredible movies featured the preview for color out of space. Anybody see that yet Ryan. You haven't seen this preview thankfully well is. Is it good or bad boy. Oh Boy oh boy. It's a color that he can't quite describe but it's purple and It it comes from outer space and it does crazy things to people and there's a there's a there it is surreal movie. I saw before knives out and before nineteen seventeen it is is sincere. It is a is all seems like maybe a horror movie and there is one scene where he's just like it like screaming and firing shots into the air and looks amazing. I'm psyched I'm psyched as well. I let's see magnetic figure onscreen agrees it's awesome. I got a clip We're talking about Tom Steiner. Last week the song the Suzanne biggest song you emmy went and found her on love line in Nineteen Ama- sorry Go Go went founded circa nineteen ninety-seven life in her prime in me. I am sitting in the morning at the diner on the corner. I am waiting at the counter for the man to pour the coffee and.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Adam Corolla. Show Adams today. Adam Ray with Gina Undergrad on news Brian on sound effects. And we'll do an Oscar. Themed baldy would roundup and Hooray for Bollywood. And now for ranch to riches Adam Corolla Yay get it off get it onto a choice thing and other mandate the tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. We love that about us. You Good Day Gina Grad. Oh Bryan Berner biscuits. Who is Jay Moore talking to do the drug sniffing dogs? Oh yeah he's GonNa make it easy on on your basket kind of makes me laugh with five. People wouldn't fit inside is a radio so he can only list three spans s kind of makes me laugh man all right. I was doing this thing whereas I came home. And it's like hey jays like anytime you want to go to a Lakers game. Just tell me actually knows people. He knows Yeah yeah the thing about Jeannie Buzz does I guess daughter. Maybe only daughter. I'm not sure of Jerry. Buss Dr Airbus owner of the Lakers for all all those years. She's very kind soul. I don't know you know you kind of get that when you talk to somebody for a couple of minutes they get sort. Ah Good soul off of them. She's got that she got that certain. Kind Soul vibe. As we were watching Jay frolicking out in the ocean. Shen standing on someone's deck and Malabon telling me how much he was into him. Short of sounded like Renee. Zellweger in and God what's Tom Cruise. Jerry Maguire like Shit. That's how I that's the level of sincerity she had about the man yes only daughter Jerry Buss only must-have sons in there running for upper stuff am I. Am I getting this wrong. Or didn't like she and her brother weren't they sort of CO owning. But she's the face if I I don't know I'm still negotiations to get my data trumpet so this is quite a departure for me right. You know what I mean that makes sense that thing you you. You can't relate. Would it be nice. I I don't know who's actually I have two daughters four sons four sons. What do we see? Why don't we when we have some sort of competition some sort of race to the bottom like? Here's how I've done. I think we all nobody expects a family member much less. It's a dad to own a major league. Sports Franchise in a major league market bought. There are such things as condos rose in palm springs or they're such things as oh a fifty five convertible belair. That was left behind. You know. They're they're things things of value. Yes not all sports franchises but things value you know. Dr Drew's parents weren't rich but they had a a place out by the beach. I don't know if we came. Remember for most something somebody people died and now they're some building by the beach that the parents paid sixty one thousand dollars for now. Four four point two million. Whatever that is sort of? That's Christie's family. They prepare grandparents. Doc In nineteen seventy nine or wherever it was bought a little place. On Balboa Island Report Beach superwealthy or valuable now at the time was two hundred thousand dollars wherever it was yes they tell her out now yes. He's a hole in the family. Appreciates thing yeah. So there's two ways we can get there from here can be someone on your side or someone on whomever you're marrying Lynette. Her mom died before that I had to put a roof on her house. She did leave a black belt after black belt and a black guy cop who wrestled her to get her out of her bedroom and then My father in law had to pay for his casket. So I don't know if there's a Lotta money floating around there maybe allocated money for the funeral. You own that casket. Yeah that's true. So that casket My family my mom has moved into her mom's second house which as a pile of Shit and my dad was was talking about downsizing from about eleven hundred square feet and needs a trumpet. So I don't know what you I don't know if you could do much worse than that. I now I because I don't think if your parents die owing money doesn't roll over to you so you Dan. You can't really go into the negative department so somebody's going to have to see if they can tie me zero and by wait no belongings. There is no. It's John Wayne Belt. Buckle right there's none of none of that that would be worth it'd be worth more than me having to buy my data trump right. I misunderstood but I think you can't pass dead onto your kids because that's what I was curious about to. Next of kin rules go to happy about. Oh so if you hopefully will matter to me well so now your kids your whoever. Whoever's your state the beneficiary oh well look if you owe the credit card company eighteen thousand dollars and you die and you have more than eighteen thousand dollars or whatever it is of your state? It'll come out of it can come out of it but you couldn't my. My parents are going to die zero so there will. We'll be no estate. You know of casket come on. So I had to buy the casket. I'm just saying I don't I don't know what what you can do. And then we can do less than zero. I don't I don't now. My Dad has a house but then my step mom stay in that House that we'll be bequeathed. My mom has a house which is her mom's House but Mike Step Dad. We'll probably live in that house so anyway A little a bit of that but again it doesn't have to be a sports franchise. Max Pat I you at zero. Where you at close where's Jeanette? Though Oh see this can be remedied with the right woman or man depending on how this works Yeah she's doing very well she is. Yeah what's her parents have. Oh No no no I thought you meant what Degen have. As far as dead goes. She's she didn't have any debt or anything but from her family whatever. They're fine like their mom works in a hospital. Well to the head of the x Ray Department at the hospital and let me read this stamp all right. Do they own anything. Yeah the House a house. RV's no votes no car two cars and a House and Senate what collect anything anymore. I mean my son explained me. He was going to be rich richer than me. I said how you GonNa do that and he goes. Well you're going to die in what's Go- sell all your crap. Okay okay thank you. I'll be sleeping one eye open. Worst the stuff yeah Mark Thompson here. From the morning show used always say on his deathbed he will be rampantly gently buying things on Amazon just to deplete anything that would go to his children a complete joke but that is his. That is his line do. Do you guys feel that Oh the buses are all jays like Jimmy's all Jay's the the Family John and Joan Jim Senior who's not a senior it is the key to success. Yeah maybe we spread that alphabet around too much with the Corolla Rola mixed with the no middle names and all the kids are part owners genius the controlling owner. There you go yeah. I'm wondering wondering if the digital world has gotten people out of the physical collection people used to have comic books than baseball arguing. It would collect. I don't know what they would collect but they were selling stuff. What's Anti beat magazine? Dolls dollhouse dolls and things things. People people had things that they collect ned. I don't feel like there's so much collecting going on Tuesday. It'll now in in spite of that or because of that. The auction space is so thriving right now. Well we're hearing related to that follow question related to that with vis-a-vis the beanie baby story. They always talk about people. Collect someday and they weren't. That's where the wave crest it right with baseball. And beanie babies and things that were like Oh this is going to be valuable. No the reason they're things are valuables because people threw them out twenty fifty years ago. Whatever it was well in the auction space update the bullet Mustang? Saying that. We're all trying to guess the price of disappointed all in at three point seven Which means it hammered hammered out at three four? But then there's the vague after that so Would have been three seven. The everyone had the car pile of Shit but everyone had hyped it for so long. Story spun out of Control. The car that I thought was a little undervalued was the GT forty that was used in the movie Ford. V Ferrari which they had at estimated two to fifty two three twenty-five that sold for four eighty five so four eighty four. So that car did go for more than they'd estimate which I thought audit would because it's movie car but and compare the driveability of those two drives one really doesn't and the the Eleanor Lenore car from gone. In sixty seconds the gone in sixty seconds Eleanor Mustang. That Nick Nick Cage was going after they had predicted for like four to five hundred grand for like eight fifty so The movie cars going going up going fast and I can't remember I brought it up on air but Budweiser's going to do a TV commercial. Mark do super bowl commercial with some newman in some newman car race. Car and Newman. Now do they come knocking on your door. They I know I know. So there's there's that Let's see what did I have. Oh yes go ahead we can Nicholas Cage Age. I saw a preview for his new movie twice on Friday because we we decided to do a little double feature. We went to knives out. Fantastic nineteen seventeen incredible movies featured the preview for color out of space. Anybody see that yet Ryan. You haven't seen this preview thankfully well is. Is it good or bad boy. Oh Boy oh boy. It's a color that he can't quite describe but it's purple and It it comes from outer space and it does crazy things to people and there's a there's a there it is surreal movie. I saw before knives out and before nineteen seventeen it is is sincere. It is a is all seems like maybe a horror movie and there is one scene where he's just like it like screaming and firing shots into the air and looks amazing. I'm psyched I'm psyched as well. I let's see magnetic figure onscreen agrees it's awesome. I got a clip We're talking about Tom Steiner. Last week the song the Suzanne biggest song you emmy went and found her on love line in Nineteen Ama- sorry Go Go went founded circa nineteen ninety-seven life in her prime in me. I am sitting in the morning at the diner on the corner. I am waiting at the counter for the man to pour the coffee and.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"E impression lead he You extend the figure and if you can see how you can try and touch any way you want. I don't think legally it doesn't count especially if you're a man over a thousand thousands of years old finger glows and if you do that and people trust you say no one's going to heal you eat C.. T. Getting excited there the end. Okay I'm GonNa give you a prison. Oh Wow here's a little okay. Yes happy Christmas Mary Chris Thanks Man all right now here we go. What is this slim? It could be a it's a personalized book or at least it's a book that you can buy why personalized versions thereof and this is called Adam Santa's little helper. It's because I've changed some of the words have you so so you have to just have a little Oh you so. Joe's gone through this children's book called Adam Centers Little Helper and crossed out out. Some of the words. Yeah it made it more. I've I've made extra personal and then For you it's sort of a story of a little boy in his school. Nativity not play or his schools. Christmas play who is who so. They're directing the play and lots of stuff goes wrong in the play by Adam. The little boy help everybody out. So I've changed it from a boy putting on a Christmas play to a boy called Adam. Doing a Christmas cost all right. Slow readers Christmas. Yeah you read it you. Nobody is good. ADAMUS got butterflies. The Christmas puck costs today. He's got the most important roll the helper for the podcast. It originally said the help of the play his friend lays out the presence while he checks the astounding. Mike's a next they decorate the room. This job is oh so right for Adam skid so far the perfect the audience is listening. The figurative Kuttan starts to rise. I added figuring I was GonNa say Adam does a sneaky fought what a stinky old surprise it originally said Adam takes a sneaky peek and seized two hundred is now. He's just you've done a little anxiety fought drawn illustration okay. It says the original is a woolly cotton costume covers Adam head to Toe Tokyo. So when he helps the snowman fly he's camouflage to snow. I've changed it to the. Oh that's funny a willie. SCRUFFY BEARD COVERS ADAM head to toe. It makes him look so very old compared to his youthful best friend joke. Uh doesn't scan doesn't rather okay. This goes the drummer's drum pipe pipe. The Turtle Doves Acuity Poor Adam. Cata concentrate on anything he's doing. I've changed it to the drummer's drum the pipe. Piped Turtle Doves occurring poor. Adam cannot concentrate ca someone on twitter's booing. Oh you've read one sti tweets and it's got to be honest and it's and it's upset you okay. The next place goes Adam spots a problem. The maids milk has been dripping. He'd better clean the spill up to stop the donkey. Slipping Adam is a great idea. It's really very neat. He sends some sheep onto the stage with mops upon feet. I've changed it to Adam spots a problem. The maids milk has been dripping ping but joe's partners breastfeeding issues. None of his business across the page in the mix pace it just got really.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Here's an example of the language of losers. Sorry i'm late. My alarm didn't go off. No your alarm didn't arbitrarily decide not to go off. You didn't set it. You don't know how to set it or more. Likely you slept through it. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four yeah the alarm going off. It's always operator error. Rides are well. Oh come on fire in the middle of the night like there's no battery that goes out on it. There's only it's basically an extension of. I did not set the alarm correctly. I use it home here by nature. That's what you want. Wild inconsistency alarms especially when you're living at the same house for fourteen fourteen years and you've had the same job for twelve all right. Adam array is in studio always good to see great to see ya rush off the first corolla ray vacation. We make it a regular thing this going to the bahamas next week. You me sunny. I got i gotta tell you <hes>. Mike august just said about the golden state theatre. He goes just book it for next year. There's book it every year next. Why not you're going for a car week every week. Why not yeah it was great. I mean that venue was is a classic nice beach town just acoustics and it looked had some history to it and <music> out. We heard so much about the week but not about the shows are always good. Yeah adams great stand up that the only downside adam is how much laughter is coming from the audience before before you then walk out on stage with my staff so i had to push extra hard to be like you know you see if you if if i was your son you know you probably get some more perks out you know <hes> but he <hes> he loved him and that was a real treat to bring him out because that's a big added bonus this 'cause he's a huge car nut and we were walking around all the <hes> you know at the track in just he'd just stopped at every vehicle and had a story and just all this shit at the and one point i made a joke and he's like a very west point. Grad worked at morgan stanley just retired and he's like big big pun guy and so <hes> you know like just straight like filth. Jokes aren't really someone's gophers head so he was geeking out real hard at at a ferrari and i go cheese george you want me to see if i can find some lube for you know it was just cars did did not even pick up on it like you know no. No i'm thinking oh my answer. Find your hands. Yeah it so george an advocated by the hung out to shift and made the best street tacos ever and everything was great at some point. Mike august showed stop at some point in his coolest hat didn't know mike august rock the <hes> what song that says this is for adams stepdad. He's a big punt. I got this. This is actually the song that he plays with him and my mom thought so too soon. I do want to say real quick to show you are getting so dowd in with and i like to think that you know you give me the freedom to ask follow up questions on certain improv robs helps to kind of peel back and really elaborate on some of these bits but man. You're just like every show. I'm like oh you could literally take that and take it to a club or theatre the next night and run it as new as a new set. You know well. I'm so happy you're out there with me and i. I'm happy that you're seeing it. Through the lens of a standup comedian yeah i enjoy we had and then we had a bunch of good dudes and mike let me tell you like a classic. Mike august thing like at some point. You stole the caveat. I said to mike no. We'll take the caviar before he got there but he showed up late to the track and then he he made dan go get the rest of the meat and devoured the rest of the meat and at a certain point. I said <hes> listen. Let's go watch the transam race. Go off before mike transam before my whatever run group goes off and so mike and i like walk to the side of.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I'm just sitting there and i'm thinking bite me in the ass because i'm not gonna mess you up. When it comes to airline reservations things the hurry and no i thought i was gonna bite me as their oh more paperwork now that you've checked this and sure enough when i went to the window the head to pull the non in binary page out and do more work on the page. Which is that thing. You just filled out. Yes here's a here's a random of that fill bill this out again so now we know you're really committed to this lifestyle how i filled it out again. She knew who i was which is weird that chick recognized make from the man show so that was a weird why the word must have gotten around the d._n._b. Adam curls this week talking about it for months non binary. What a check and then later. I was like all right. I'm done with everything what's the damage is like it's thirty seven dollars and i'm like all right and i reach for my wallet and i pull pull out my credit card and she goes yeah. We don't do credit cards and i'm like of course they do we do personal checks and i'm like we get asked this all the time i should want what year is it and she's like. We're working on a pilot. Program accepts credit. You're working king on a program. The jury still out this guy's just gonna roll the dice on the credit card thing. You never know i said her. I buy beer appear thirty thousand feet in the air. I cho- credit card. I get a peer. That's the way you get appear on an airplane. You guys are take cash. Yeah you guys aren't doing you guys aren't doing credit cards and by the way sometimes when you have to register kars four hundred sixty one dollars they come in with a pile of cash or.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"From one studios in glendale california. This is the adam corolla show adams yesterday adam ray with gina grad on news while bryan on on sound effects in deep damage chicks for good sports and now so fresh from monterey. He's still smells like petroleum caviar and rich white guys adam corolla. Yeah get it on. Get it on your choice of chicken it all thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing the good news. We love it when you share this pot with people good day gina grad handball unball brian yep this is happening. <hes> oh adam right yeah adam ray came out. He brought his step-dad george very pleasant man dan and <hes> they hung around the track all day saturday than i saw him saturday night we did the <hes> the the show and then went out for drinks with everyone after the show so that was a wonderful time. I don't know let's see you guys. Let's see brian. No genus dep- you got some steps have step in <hes>. Ah do i have stepped parents not anymore. I've had i've had a handful <hes> not currently looking back everyone. I'm i'm jealous of the people that have good relationships with their parents but i'm exceptionally jealous with the stepparent. Yeah i feel like the a good herons. The biological parent is kind of one thing but the stepparent and i do realize in so many facets facets of our life that the biological parent kind of sets the tone for the step parent stepparent by and large large is there to just take cues from the biological parents and if the biological parent who sort of this sheriff of the kid is is not really enforcing too many rules or to to involve the step parent stepparent is rarely going to outdo the parent. They're going to come in at the the three quarters of the parent. Whatever it is if the kid likes go karting and it's made abundantly clear to the stepparent that the kid loves go carney then the stepparent may take them go karting but not as frequently as the biological pets. I thought you were going to go the other way which gene luckily guests to experience on both ends which is how how do you discipline that kid like you do discipline them like the parent. I imagine a lot to do with what age you enter the picture at. Oh my we'll take a star off that rewards charts so fast well tony also if the biological parents do know disciplining what disappointing shell you do and then in place placed of. I don't even know my neither. One of my parents did any parenting and the step parents didn't really do anything either because i i it kinda bullet dodge for them. All right get involved with this kid and i can just kind of go about my life because if you think about it i guess talking to their friends. Hey jim kurl gets kinda sorta. I mean yeah so the thing that was so my stepparents step parents really nice enough but <hes> standoffish and my biological parents had a funny conversation with them but the <hes> the thing that's insane about my biological parents is i also had atom ray is there with his step-dad giorgio who evidently as a good life with who's very friendly guy and they came out to the show. I was telling you guys that part in life where nobody he has any follow up questions. You know where you tell people. I'm going to wind. They don't go well which which island how long just something and that's just exactly look like people are distracted. People are busy. People have a life. I'm i'm saying when you're visiting with somebody. You're literally just sitting at a table across from authencity having a conversation you're not at a buffalo wild wings and someone just scored soccer goal in world cup. You're just sitting alone on a saturday across from somebody and there's no follow up questions..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"adam" Discussed on Really Adam?

Really Adam?

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on Really Adam?

"To the Radio Adam podcast join me as we take a deeper dive into the passion skills and interests that drive us in life in everything that we do. I'm your host Adam Lipschitz. Hey everyone I am back <hes>. I know that it's being several weeks since Milosevic aside. I believe the last one was around the sixth in June so I definitely break my commitment of releasing a new episode every two weeks but such is life and <hes> you know as much as I wanted to be in front of a Mike again and this certainly does feel good it feels good to <hes> have everything sit up and be able to record another another episode <hes> but it's been it's been a bit of a Ruckus in my life for factors that she all probably all too familiar with <hes> be at work family Adleman and a bunch of other things that have just taken as sweet time and my attention <hes> this will likely be <hes> what I call the loss of sort of the season <hes> it's a bit of a weird concept you have seizing podcast but I've seen it happening and it feels like a good time to end my first one. What that does mean though is that there will be a season two and hopefully three four five and six ascend Alaska's on <hes> but I want to use this eighth episode two Solo of <hes> recap and just reflect on my journey so far with this podcast <hes> and with you guys a high of many of you out they have been actively listening to it? <hes> and I want to do something a little bit different. I <hes> instead of this episode being <hes> You know Specific Arana Susan Topic. It's sort of like me reaching out to so you to help me out for the next steps are <hes> so none of this scripted as you probably can imagine <hes> it is more than a suppose an active exploration of wait. This podcast can go and I'm kind of curious to hear a people's feedback on <hes> what the next step should be so as opposed this also explains a bit why it's taking me so long to record another episode and I wanted this one to be honest and transparent as to my journey without trying to make any specific excuses even though that might sound like them <hes> in reality and the reason why I actually started this podcast and affairs places that that I am just a talked of person I feel like I have to say something about anything. <hes> it's a place in China curse but I wanted to use this platform to share my thoughts on a literally a variety of topics that <hes> you know <hes> it's the whole spectrum <hes> so you know when I when I when I first started this I had this concept of the passion skills and interests because I thought it was broad enough and relevant enough to allow me to explore different often areas that are have interesting and at the same time by doing so I'm exploring my own in that sense <hes> you know my own passions in my own skills and interests and <hes> I think the idea was also to engage with others more often so you know to have more interview base episodes that allow me to explore other people's passion skills and interest <hes> and that's still very much in the college but that's proven to be a little bit more difficult. kidder because New York is a crazy city. It's a two super busy place. Yvonne is always on the move and caught up in our own lives forbid OAS <hes> so ah I didn't it it became like a barrier to track commit to always having someone come to my little apartment and and record unite an hour long interview <hes> but I didn't want that to stop me from continuing on this podcast journey so it just happened that you know the majority of social just me and I hope he is enough fullfill a lot of youth that do listen <hes> that being said you know off to given this a shot and it's being an incredible journey so far to learn how to do this to build <hes> to to to to grow my confidence in using my voice to shame opinions and thoughts as opposed to writing <hes> to lend the technology technology that goes with it. You know like I know nothing about sound. It's been like really just trial and error of getting the the levels right leaning Garros Band and he fakes and being able to publish to I tunes and spotify and customizing the podcast description and there's so much <hes> but it's been very exciting to see it grow and refining. Am I mean refined along the way but I'm pretty sure I still have a way to go <hes> so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa drag on for too long but I've Yeah I've been caught up in the space of not having a lot of time to to record something but also not knowing what to record about anymore as time goes by have more and more ideas ideas than end up choosing none. It's kind of like the Netflix of my life you know you browsing through like an endless list of TV series and you spend twenty minutes doing so and then you realize should I haven't even chosen anything and then you've just exhausted hosted yourself in this act of browsing. It's almost like I think somebody coined the term as choice parenthesis and I feel like I've been stuck in that space now. That's basis not unfamiliar to me as a when I used to write a lot <hes> it's very <music> similar to having a writer's block <hes> and I suppose I don't know if this is a thing but I had a podcast block and <hes> <hes> Jaba stuck in it and it's been very hard to get out of it so even today when a new I had this just natural innocent desire to just sit in front of a Mike and Record something. I didn't actually have a topic at hand or topic Denim Radi really keen to speak about. I have lots of little wines but nothing thing that really drew me to it and a nearly did not do this but then I thought you know why not just explore <hes> those topics that are having mind and instead of me choosing wine. Why don't I just share some of them with you and I'll be very hurricane to hear what you have in mind? I basically want to engage with my audience. I have a small and try get an understanding of what you like to hear. What would you like more of and sort of use that feedback then shape the knicks season of the podcast so I have actually written some of them down? It's any scripted part of this episode and the list goes as follows the first one to sort of very rudimentary. Eh Everything I've just said is about barriers of creativity I wanted I want to dive into what's stopping us from pursuing creative outlets or just creating in general <hes> and. It's you know in this podcast as a as an example like I have Susan Barriers that obviously stop in me and I don't you know time is a barrier persistency like what's the what is my goal would doing this genus because I'm enjoying it. I'm doing this because I have like a goal of reaching a certain number of subscribers and until we get them unsatisfied like is it a big one for me. As Aquino we live in a in a small apartment in Yokohama podcast equipment open is in a bag behind the couch because God forbid Joji sees it and it's in the way of everything so <hes> to to just even recalled this episode means that I have to unpack everything accelerating up connective within secchia about half an hour record something then repack everything neatly very neatly and then put it behind the couch again so that's a barrier of creativity from me because it's a step. That's basically deterring me from doing what I WANNA do. If of course I had like a <hes> appreciate studio that can just come off to work and everything is they all have to take a seat and and and and press record. That's a different story so I wanted to dive into the sort of barriers <hes> maybe that's worth exploring <hes> a couple people asked me to <hes> share my story from a career point of view basically my career path thus far <hes> you know from going to have studied <hes> the business business signs at at at University of Cape Town to you know turning down a job as a private investor in Investec and instead chooses to be a social media manager at a very young and new <hes> creative agency and my journey through from next Jason Media to project management to software nominee OAKTON product and you know what led me to get to where I am now and some some <hes> milestone it can hide along the way so that's that's another angle that can take if people are interested in and similar to that is that <hes> maybe a bit of my life path but that feels a little bit. I don't know what I don't WanNa say egotistical but like check it. It's sort of biographical like if people want to know like how I I don't know the story of my life was supposed to to the state and I'll have to probably summarize it because a lot of happened but if that's of interest and I'm happy to dive into that and maybe over a number of episodes some of that have actually been wanting to do and it sort of ties to <hes> the passion skills and interests is that <hes> I might want to a couple of episodes around us. I'll see but basically <hes> I've always been attracted to gaming and fantasy <hes> world of magic and books and Video Games and computer games and <hes> very recently recently dungeons and dragons some that have wanted to play my whole life and never had a chance to do so and then very recently in the past few weeks of base keeping picking up all the material and learning everything I need to know about it and I started hosting a a game way by I am the Dungeon Mazda <hes> I'm actually it's a very complicated and <hes> requires a lot of Adleman by basically I'm the storyteller the sits the Walden and moves the pace of the game and take I have three people that I grew up in a take him three an adventure kind of like if you've been listening to the adventure or if you watched <hes> the critical role and those sort of podcast shows it's <hes> yeah would love. After dive moines to that or similar topics in the realm of <hes> gaming and fantasy I feel like that's a a ties up a number of things that I'm interested in potentially good at at an earth. It's still near <hes> but I would love to explore that have been more if there is is someone that a bunch of people that want to hear that I'm happy to explore that then again this is this is my.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Back you didn't even hesitate when i say well we see on opening day you said we'll see them absolutely we will we will see i i really don't have a doubt and that means that the indianapolis colts then i would imagine we'll be back to having a real chance to get to the playoffs with angela playing quarterback will i tell you what our power rankings at thirty two just came out and i laugh at that but that's okay that doesn't those rankings don't mean anything that just means there's a bunch you guys that think you know that are probably quite a bit wrong on this one but that's okay i have we have no animosity about that with just what's just proof people that were better than they think we are adam let me say this to you that power rankings mean as much as mock drafts they are seldom right i hear ya but they are fun to look at and fun to debate and that's what they are nothing more than that don't get too worked up even that we've been first before i've been on teams that have been first before and i've been on teams i've been thirty two before i think the last time we were thirty two andrew's first year and if i remember we made the playoffs that year too so i you're right i don't think too much and that's why i'm joking around about it it doesn't bother me at all you know we it's you know there's always teams that go from worst to first every year there seems that well there you go the first year that we we won in new england we were for and twelve i believe and we win the super bowl the next year so i'm not too terribly distraught about our previous record or what anybody thinks of us right now another shoe for the season is the way that the kickoffs have been changed how do the potential changes to the kickoff alter the game of football as we know it.

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"adam" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"adam" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"Work life is hosted by me adam grants the show is produced by ted with transmitter media and pineapple street media our team includes colin helms gretta cohn gabrielle lewis angela chang and janet leigh this episode was produced by dano donal with help from julia alsop our show is mixed by david herman with help from dan zula original music by hans sale sue special thanks to our sponsors but no bows accenture j p morgan chase and worby park next time on work life we're going inside the writer's room at the daily show to find out how they do creative work under the gun the first draft is not meant to be the last drop then i that's a big part of the naming process that's next time on work life in the meantime thanks for listening and if you like what you hear rate and review the show it helps other people find us see your next week well this this has been this has been fun and interesting thought provoking as always thanks for doing so now what criticisms why get though i have to i have to criticize you yeah we have time for this you stay at the level of abstract concepts and ideas as opposed to moving down into sort of the experiences that you've had the the stories that you can tell the emotions that are part of that that really bring your ideas to life if you brought more of the the concrete the emotional in along with the abstract conceptual i think your communication would be more effective.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This kind of great too like it's still xerox hurt lay the seahawks i love it i love it you hear that dad voice jumped hey come out of the race in there right it's good you need the discipline people are one more of them will la dual bobble blown robert 35 hollywood hills tara hello adam us today in the or the hollywood and highland they're having a hashtag lead to hundreds of people are show you know and as island yes uh oh you haven't spoken about the fact that you got harvey weinstein aimed by margaret chao joe and then joe trillion mm yes and so hashtag survivor late town rather great it happened to the great adam corolla they'll make it happen through the great it's somebody can take advantage of the greer and grow it can happen to any but i remember not feeling save from my own home and see list mm hmm how he loves them yeah uh i take almost everything as elbow that person got a problem not i've got a problem i go that person's got a problem the world humiliated never humiliated i never anything by an any i'm never anything that other people do to me really out this decide myself as i famously said all about the i noticed what it's all about i know i've said this conversation line mom or she said if you were black person you saw one of the stocks you've possibly not be affected by those statue shows by not being affected that how could you possibly not be of by not being affected but how can you basel is an awesome from an awesome visit.

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