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"big leah" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Just three points behind them, and to winnable games, and frozen known to come and more importantly Ason Milan. Have you had to head on both Atalanta on Ruma? She'll if Milan right now despite all the troubles all season long. And all these speculation you'd right now, you think and if we win those two we have every sneaking into the Champions League, you do have to say that of all of this teams that are involved for this run into the four in Italy. The one team that has an identity that you know, exactly who they are out on the field the team that. Opens open plays. That is exciting to watch exciting players in the attack that got a little nervous today. But but you see something on the field that you can appreciate its up. The other ones are all over the place. You don't know what you're gonna get from Roma. You don't know what you're going to get from lots of, you know, you don't even know what you're gonna get from. And or inter for that matter in the case of an under. I think you know, what you're going to get. And I think that consistency in the end will be rewarded the work that they have done up until this point put them in a position where now they can take this forward. It's now to the players on to the manage to make sure that it close it out. Meanwhile, from the land shocker mention they've got to very winnable games coming up. This was obviously a huge result today. It really was. And you know, I I hate saying it's not about the performance because I think a usually is about the performance, but it was not about the performance. It was just about getting the result home field. We're we're on a really really poor run of form had protests all over town against the odor ship before this match in some ways, this could have galvanized them on the highlights they had their chances meet on hung in there, of course. No bucket. No, big Leah really, no creative midfielders whatsoever. But they still got that goals the individual effort, and they hung on for dear life. I still think it's still a long shot for the top four. But it is possible by I'll still be very surprised if we see Tuesday back next season a long shot and gab you going for the to the moment not salons an end says join napping you've and the Champions League next season. I wish you asked me this after tomorrow night, if it's because I genuinely believe that if Roma beat BU, which is not unthinkable, then I think that that momentum could possibly carry them to to to the to the finish line thought. I've answered all the questions. But of course, they falter next week. It's going to be tough. So I find this so difficult to call was you went enough me. I'll go into and Rome right now. Voice. I I think together job done. I think somehow go to tour in and get at least a point which would be Nuff at the same time, the inter- I. Kibo thing that sees it for them. He was done with you. He said inter he wanted to move on. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Science you can talk. You can have a lot more on on available every day on the website. You can also subscribe via teens. That's it. Also on ESPN, and plus this week it's Roma against events in Italy that game donelson. I'm not over Nancy. Thanks, don. Well, Roma against you on ESPN tomorrow. Matteo Bonetti, I struggle with English. You're okay with both English onto telling the newspaper saying what's going store for us. I head of this game between remind you. Yeah. You're lucky. You have me here. It says Coty coaching quantum the charge of fifty thousand Roma fans that are going to be at the stadium. The study Olympic in a game. That's a must win for Roma flat out. This is for fourth place. They need to finish the spots. They were the chain. Seek semi-finalists last season. They finished in the semi final and for them to get into the most prestigious tournament in European football with all the financial cloud that comes with that is very important. Now, you ventures may have already wrapped up the scrudem scudo..
"big leah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"So I want you to watch out for it for big Leah as you probably know if you are a public radio type person has done a lot of this American life. He does these one man shows that are somewhere between stand up and see it over. And if you're interested in the kind of Hannah Gadsby net model, it is similar to in some ways that it has a lot of emotional weight. But also a lot of comedy this particular one I'm not going to tell you too much about because you should discover it for your. Herself. But it touches on everything from doctors appointments and other mundane things to marriage and other less mundane things, he's an incredibly gifted guy in terms of structure, if you ever want to study, the structure of comedy specials in in one man shows in addition to James a caster who's on Netflix. Who's also a genius at structure. I would say we're big Leah is really somebody to study. He knows how to build things. So that they're kind of nested, and they also loop back to the beginning in this interesting way, he's a super talented guy, and this show is so good. And if you see it com someplace where you can watch it recorded like Netflix, or whatever it's called the new one. I hope it will be available to everybody. And also, let me just put in a plug for if you are in New York, and you have a chance to see a show look beyond musicals a lot of times. People wanna see the biggest musical go to the TK t s booth in Times Square something which is where he can get discounted tickets. See what's available. Don't be afraid to go to play is. You know, you can find a lot of great stuff comedy plays stuff like that so theater, including specifically, Mike Baregg Leo's. The new one is what's making me happy this week. And that brings us to the end of our show, you can find all of us on Twitter. You can find me at Linda, Holmes..
"big leah" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"That I was flying on an airplane in all of a sudden engine went out on the plane. It was a big jet, and it just started spinning like barrel roll spinning and then facing down towards the ocean. We're over the ocean for some reason, and it was just spinning like. Like just facing down and just spiraling. As it was going, really fast. And it looked like in my dream the way things look like when I have the really bad verdict version of vertigo, we're looks like the room is spinning. And I woke up. From that dream with vertigo like. I think I had a vertigo attack while I was asleep and it made its way into my dream. I don't think the dream caused the vertigo I think the vertigo caused the dream. That's a first I've never had that. Usually, you know, my really really bad vertigo be from me waking up being already awake. And then rolling over in happens or sitting up in avance. This was just oh in my dream. I honestly last night when I went to bed was afraid to go to sleep. Sometimes when I have issues my sleep like vertigo or stuff like that. It makes me afraid to go to sleep. I don't know if you know what I'm talking about. If you suffer from nightmares? You probably get that where you're like, you have a really bad nightmare one night. And you're kind of nervous to go to sleep. I get that a lot now with vertigo because it's something I I'll get like. After I've been laying down for a while and sit up or as I said rollover, so it's just always. And I really do mean. Always I go to bed at night tired, and I feel good to lay down and rest my head. And I get to a point where I can't fight it. But. A little it starts, you know, maybe half an hour or so before I got a bed. I started to get this feeling of dread. Where I'm like. This is going to be. This is going to be one of those nights. I just don't want it to be one of those nights. And I get a really bad, especially when I have something to do the next day and even more. So the next morning like if I have to go shoot something, and I have to like beyond sad at seven AM. So I have to get up at like five thirty in the morning. I'm just like well here we go. I'm gonna I'm gonna gamble. By going to bed, and hopefully I wake up and make it work. It's never actually kept me from getting to work. Knock on wood. I just don't want that data ever come. I hope it never comes. So yeah, I I'm I don't know if I've mentioned it before. But, you know, full disclosure Steve AG is afraid to go to sleep most nights. Once I get to sleep on fine. And usually I have to wake up in the middle night for something. I'm so out of it. I'm not even thinking about the vertigo. So it's usually fine. Once I've gone to sleep. Because awesome ones I've gone to sleep. It's like, that's it. It's happening. It's outta my hands. And I just got I just got to get that in my mind to before I go to bed and just not be afraid to go to sleep. But I know friends who who suffer from night terrors and stuff they have the same kind of dread before they got to see like. Like fucking I going to go to bench screaming in screaming again. Mike Burr, big Lia, the comedian Mike Burr big Leah has a moot. Made a movie years ago probably ten years ago. I think it's called sleepwalk with me. I think that's what it's called. Look it up you should rent it. It's really good. It's based on his real life. He's a comedian. And and he suffers from I don't know if it's night terrors, but it's a really severe sleep walking disorder where it's like he has very vivid dreams that he acts out physically while he's sleeping. So if he's punching in his dreams, he will be punching in real life. He's married. So he doesn't want to punch his wife in a sleep. His wanna punch a desk lamp, you know on the nightstand. It's really it's fascinating is a fascinating. Story. It's an amazing movie. Kind of all came to a head. And this is true story. He was in a hotel somewhere on the second thing..
"big leah" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"I friends who right for them and their it's great. It's a great thing. But it's not my thing. So who am I to sit around getting sad and stressed and having mind's eye to kick him because I'm not getting it's a very entitled thoughts on my end. So that was when I made a very very conscious turn to say. I don't wanna keep fighting to be at the same level some of my friends 'cause they're doing things and they're doing great. But there. That's their thing. And it's not my thing. And that's when I kinda dove headfirst back into my underground roots. It's interesting sort of watching that play out throughout the book because there are a few times when you're like, here's the stuff that's going on in my life like here. The things the podcast drive the show. I have the stand up all of that. And then like, you you always dropping a paragraph. That's like I'm not just saying this to build myself up. And I'm wondering how much of that is reassured reassuring the reader that like you're not full of yourself and how much of that is reassuring. You I have all this stuff. This is stuff that I've created, you know, well, I often forget I still in prone to beating myself up. And then I it is funny. It's like I take a look especially at the past three years and a lot of good things happen at once. And some of it unexpectedly. The HBO special and being in big Leah's movie in the podcast, those all kind of happened, boom, boom, boom. And after years of being sort of a lovable loser. All of a sudden, it was like, hey, now, you're in all these like critically lauded things how does that feel to reckon with that? So I think some of it is a reminder to myself some of it is I think also I wanted to remind readers, I'm promoting failure in losing. But I'm also well aware that those things are markers of success. And I'm not dumb, and I wanted to put those out there. I think to to make sure people know this is not snake oil. This is not me trying to trick. You. This is me saying very much in nuts. And bolts way, this is how I got from point A point B. I understand I have those things I understand that that represents a certain level of success. I also understand that bringing about failure. And to make sure you know that that's not disingenuous I'm gonna tell you honestly about all the different times that failure really informed that and that failure in a big way made me ready for that and comfortable with that. And kind of showed me that like we were saying when I was younger, I probably would have wanted to be on us and outlive any improviser now, I think that I probably would've died of a cocaine overdose him. I got that job when I was twenty seven writing there it failure. Not only taught me how to go for it. But it taught me what I really wanted sort of carved away. At that over and Oregon. So I think the rid reiterating of that is this weird line of Yama little self conscious about writing the self-help stuff. I want to remind you that I I get all that deal. But also knowing that if I'm going to analyze that stuff and take it apart. Have to be up front about what it is. And what it represents to me? Do you think there are types of failure? Do we learn different things from different kinds of failure? I guess sort of what I'm zeroing in on. I think so and I think. The big example that comes to mind for me is that are failures you make because you take a big swing, and you miss and there's failures you take because you only go halfway and you don't commit fully. And that's a big line that I have found over and over again is that both in my own personal experience. And in seeing a lot of other comedians around me, the ones who take big swings in miss rarely regretted, the people who only go halfway tend to sort of floated a certain level and get either very anxiety riddled or very bitter after certain point..
"big leah" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"So we basically have like a mini like we have three and a half year old girl version of Mike. And so the two of them are just like peas in a pod they're adorable like they're best buddies. But I mean, she is like a mini Mike, and she's nothing like me. I mean, she's a little bit like me. But she's she just talks all the time. And so does make able talk at me at the don't they don't ever let up they we for the other one to stop. And they just keep talking and. Yeah. So I was wrong dueling for big Leah's. It's awesome. No, right. Sure. He didn't expect to find such a connection with her. And that way, I feel you guys are so connected. Like, well, you tell that really you make that incredibly clear when you talk about what she writes, you know, a one word how those no no one, she writes that poem makes me cry course, and the little marks above it. I mean, just which wonderful such wonderful poet, it's so evocative and beautiful that but that idea of their connection which for me because of how I am with Anna. The daughter thing is really strong and incredibly moving. Yeah. But but back to the thing of you being. Yeah. I was not ready for the idea that I didn't really know what sleep deprivation was. I mean, I was I would go like be like two hours of sleep. And would Jen what about when you realized because we're talking about two artists who live in a home. And obviously you accommodate a lot for his career. Yeah. But and part of what you talk about the beginning of the shows in a spoiler is that you had agreed not only not to have kids when you side, you wanna have kids like your life. When I've to chain who says something about where women think they have to put themselves still even the most volved Coppell and women think they have to sort of say, like don't worry, you're gonna be fine. But I'm really interested in as you realized it wasn't fine. Yeah. There's there's this great moment. Springsteen's book. Where did you guys read Springsteen's book, we saw the show, but there's so there's of the book Patty BRUCE'S been Bruce for forty years before he has kids or whatever it is. Plays write songs to four in the morning, and then sleeps till ten and Patty came in one morning. That's the kids left for school. And she said, I just want you to know, you're missing it. You're gonna miss it. I know you're Bruce Springsteen, you're gonna miss it..
"big leah" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"So it's come time for us to wrap up and figure out which of these how is is B movies would be movie because as listeners know, we have a very high track record of the things we pick almost always one of them becomes slated for development almost like people listening to this. Maybe maybe they're listening to this. So Craig if you were to pick one of the five stories, we talked about which one do you think is most likely to become a movie? Most likely to become a movie, I think or picked up her development picked up for development to tie. It's a tie between what I'll call eighty Nicole's and the triple eight six. Yeah, I think both are likely to be developed. I think both helped I think those are the two winners by far. So the other things had interesting stuff. I bet you know, the Lena Epstein story of influencing some other character down the road. But you don't need to use her. Jacob wall will find characters who are sorted equivalent of adjustable character that Jacob character will show up on a law and order SVU at some point. Yeah. But, but no, I don't think we need and it is specific details from that. I do think there's a good movie spaced around the Nicole's and this female battalion. Yeah. And I would say the odds in terms of of actually being made eating Kohl's because just in general, period pieces and more movies are hard to make their expensive. And there's sort of a built in reduction and demand that said because there is such a hunger based on lack of supply for movies about African American women in figures showed us that that can overcome the period piece, and even the sort of what you might consider to be dry subject matter of rocketry mouth. So that may actually kind of undo what I'm saying here because eighty coal seems like a fun sort of possible Rahm coming thing to do. But the triple eight six, maybe I hope somebody might look at that and say this fits a an an under served demand. Maybe we should make this movie. Yeah. Yeah. I also think the Coles like Netflix is already like, okay. When can we have that because they may be dumped it right Mack? That to know what we we need that movie up on we movie in sixty days so get chopping. So exactly I think that they Netflix Greenland that when we started talking about it, and they're currently screen tested right now. Into. Netflix slowdown guys slow down. It's like what I told my kids when they're eating Choo Choo Choo. It's time for one thing. My uncle thing was sent in by micro big Leah because he wrote it is eight tips for getting your solo play to Broadway..
"big leah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Wrote and directed both. And now he brings his skill set to Broadway with new show called the new one. It opens on November eleventh and runs through January twentieth. One man show analyzes what it's like to be a new parent, specifically, if you're Mike big Leah and all that that entails including his own reluctance is wild health issues. He sleeps in a bag. And he has a patient and persistent wife who he loves very much Mike, thanks for coming to the studio. And there's a writer on the show is well, yes. Yeah. He's a poet. She's upon you sell hurt yourself her poetry in the in the lobby the little astronauts astronaut book. Yeah. Comes up this weekend. Excellent. I resume you said solo theater is good for telling secrets, I think. So. I think that when you go and see someone talk on stage. You don't wanna hear the thing that they posted on Facebook about themselves. You know, what I mean like you want you want the dirty download thing that they just don't want to say a guy like years ago. I started doing stories for this American life, and I would work with Iran. I pitch him a story. And I'd be like, this is a great story. Like I'd be like. Ira. Hit by a drunk driver as made the driver's car. And he'd be like. Yeah, he's like that's fine. But like like what else is going on that day? And like eventually, I would be like, you know, with that particular story that became Iran the show. I was like, well, I was in an argument with with my now wife about how I didn't really believe in marriage, and it got really bad. And he was like, well, that's a good story and so alive times it's thing where like you don't I feel like I, but I remember saying to him when I told him that story never gonna say that onstage. I could never talk about that. He was right. So how did you get to the point where you could? I figured a certain point. You just sorta you come to grips with the idea that we're that. We're all fooling ourselves. If we think we are keeping secrets like the the the in other words that was deep like in other words, like like, we're all. To steal David sedaris is great title. Like, we're all naked. Whether we realize it or not. And and so then when you when you come to grips with as a performer, you're like, well, I might as well be naked because a mardi naked you'd go for it. I mean, you start the show talking about the how your brother's children are horrible. And they're acting like kids is not really get kids. They are they are horrible little monsters and your description, so what secrets do you think people are keeping about kids like what? So I think what my experience was the structure of the show is sort of like the first half of the show is the argument for why no one should ever have Jones in the second half of the show is I had a child, and here's why I always right? And and and I think that what happened to me is about a year and a half into having a child. I was like oh my God. I get it. Like, I understand after all this time. What the kind of it's the most Joe, it's the most joy kind of like thing that people would say, and I never got it. And I was always feeling like so bad that I didn't get like I was just like, oh, no. You're also judging judgy yet. Yeah. And so then I was like, okay. What if I built backwards? It was actually I was I was at the film festival the storytelling series. And they said might you wanna tell story, and they said that the theme is is jealousy. In my in my wife goes we you should you're jealous of her daughter. Should tell that story. And I was like, okay. So tell me about being jealous of my own daughter, and I have this joke. Right. So, you know, I love my wife and daughter love each other so much, and I'm there to which really sort of sums up. What was the feeling what was the moment that was just writing in my own journal? Like, it was something I wrote in my journal a lot a lot of like to get back to your point of like like the taboos of it. That's what I think. The essence of the show is it's like, I'm trying to say a thing that I think moms moms and dads. I get a lot of emails from both who say like. I had I had that it didn't lock in for a year. It didn't lock in for eighteen months. It didn't lock in for six months. Whatever it is. And and I wanna be like tell my story. So people feel comfortable being okay with that about themselves. So when did you realize that all these things you're writing down, these deeply personal feelings about not sure if my wife likes me, I'm not sure my daughter likes me? I'm not sure I like them today. When did you realize that you're sort of your all your ambivalence and your fear about being a family would make a good show? I think so I told that one story than in ticket film fest, and then and then I sort of thought I started talking with Jan about it. And then I started talking to my director Seth Barish would on my other three solo shows with me and. And and we all thought like, yeah. Maybe there's something here and I went out on tour. And I when I'm working on new shows, I call it working it out. And so I didn't give it a name the new one or anything and then. It really really connected at first and it was mostly like in comedy clubs in like feeders with like middle-age audiences, and that was all people mostly with kids. But then I had this revelation like a year ago where I was performing I think at Princeton University, and it just wasn't clicking as much, and it was like this thing where I'm Mike. Oh, no. If they don't have kids, or they don't know p-, even college they don't even know anymore cans, they can't they've no way into this. And so then I speaking different language almost. Yeah. And so then I came up with this metaphor, which I opened the show with about the couch, which is like like, I talk about my love affair with my couch. Look, I love my couch in your twenties. You just get a couch on the street. It's garbage. And you bring it home, you're six roommates, and they're like nice, and then at a certain point, you share a couch with someone, and so it's sort of the metaphor of the development of my relationship couch becomes his thing that by by the end of the tour, I said to my agent like book made a lot of colleges I want this to work at colleges. I want people to get this when they're sixteen even though they can't even conceive of having child some of them. We're talking to Mike. Bigly about his new show, the new one, it's interesting. I thought it on a Saturday rain last rainy, Saturday and certain lines illicit really nervous laughter, and the one is that you were like, hey, guys kids. Hold us back. Yeah. Especially in the city of New York where people are strivers and what it's true. Stuff.
"big leah" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Sky baby. Sweet. Give me a popcorn to William from writer director comedian Mike Berbig, Leah, and from IRA glass. The creator of this American life comes the new comedy. Don't think twice. It's a second clever ration- between Mike and IRA following Mike successful directory. All debut with the film sleepwalk with me. I can only imagine, man, I got to see that movie. You were talking about how Mike bigly had some interesting sleepwalk stories. Yes, but I am definitely going to see don't think twice that is the new one from Mike and IRA. By the way, sleepwalk with me was critically acclaimed currently a ninety, nine percent on rotten tomatoes, don't think twice is a New York Times Critic's pick Michael Phillips. The Chicago Tribune calls it one of the best movies of the year fandango raves it's a perfect movie about the cost of chasing dreams. E w calls it a love letter to improv, dig that, and I wonder what his improv improvisational acting. Oh, that's wonderful. I love to watch great improv actors and Markle's the Los Angeles Times calls it unexpectedly, moving the village voice. The funniest comedy of the summer man, you gotta go see it Mike Burghley. It also start. I actually worked with these guys that were Mike Victoria and Keegan, Michael key. The rest of them just just those cats. Gillian Jacobs is also in it go and see it. It is a powerful, powerful new funny movie from Mike big Leah called don't think twice now playing in theaters, whereas is it gonna play play like you could mind on the street. You. Thanks cake pool with the first from the famous fill Henry show from the Pacific in southern California invites, you know, quite a by a bunch stage pass the backstage pass, which is your access to over twenty thousand hours of great audio, twenty thousand hours of classic shows and podcasts stales will have the classic podcast. We have the Phil cast from got more stuff with and more stuff at us and rents Richmond fill every show backstage fest. Year and if you get a year and you get the free best of the radio downloads, that's right. One hundred fifty dollars value all of our best of the radio downloads for free and a twenty five dollar gift card from Amazon dot com..
"big leah" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Snack August twenty third Dan's Facebook post disappeared terrible Robert death really bad is that, is the fact that? You, would that's time It was good when you're. Like me, when you were a. Little kid watching the syndicated unsolved mysteries. Lifetime your, parents told you it was good your mom told you it was. A good impression, Pat you on the head but. After you walked out of, the room. You, know what your mom, said, your, dad that impression was terrible this guy has no future in radio that's All right let's get this serious. Stuff shall we Marquette university law school pull the first one released after. The August primary, shows a dead heat in both the Senate race and the. Gubernatorial race and it is looking Mike these are going to be far closer races at least. Initially than people thought bottom line Tony Everts. Tied with governor Walker forty six percent apiece this according to a survey of likely voters typically, registered voters will go to the, democrat by a much greater margin likely. Voter is is where Republicans typically have more of, a baked in advantage and, the reason for that is simple Republicans are, in a given election more likely. To vote, here's the big surprise. That we knew it I predicted yesterday. Before This poll was released that I was thinking maybe a three percent lead for either just because of. The nature of how excited, Democrats are to vote the supposed- Blue Wave that's coming time and time, again that we are seeing. Evidence in polls and special election result that would not suggest a wave election is in the office now did the Michael Cohen plea and the talk of, impeachment and all of this. From this week do anything to change that dynamic it's still far too early to tell, my gut would say probably not because, I don't think in a hyper charged political environment like the. One we find ourselves in here in two thousand eighteen that there are. Too many people, who still don't have an opinion of the president and don't. Really know how they're going to vote in at least a general sense there are still true. Undecided but I would argue that that number. Is far smaller than Than possibly it ever has been the big surprise is that what many thought? Was going to be not an easy win for Tammy Baldwin but certainly a race that was trending in her direction after a very very tough primary on the Republican side Leah mirror is trailing by just two percent forty nine to forty seven percent in this poll she's not just within striking distance she is in a statistical tie with Tammy Baldwin right out. Of the gate and this. Is before her campaign really gets going in a general election Move against Baldwin at all of this spending on her behalf comes in and what this poll also shows to donors across the. Country, we did a story yesterday about how Mitch McConnell's Senate leadership committee is just raking in money Sheldon Adelson, big, Republican mega, donor just dropped twenty five, million dollars on Republican efforts to hold the Senate well money is now going to. Be flowing into this race because Republicans are going to see this as a legitimate chance for a pickup, and with the governor in Scott Walker who has shown in three prior, election bids that he has a massive. Base. Of support that could potentially carry a statewide, Senate race as, well essentially Walker would be. The rising tide that raises the. Lia MIR vote and given that Walker is a big Leah MIR supporter heck. Half of his family either endorsed or was on the liuqiu Khmer campaign You're going to see a lot of joint campaign events you're going to see Walker talking up. Leah MIR as one of the chief architects of all of the prosperity that we're seeing because, of the, Walker Republican, legislative agenda over the last eight years and this does leading credence to this notion. That, even in a big democratic year Wisconsin is trending increasingly read that even though there was a special election loss in far northwestern Wisconsin in January even though Rebecca dalit the liberal on the ballot won a spot on the state supreme court this spring that if in fact conservative voters particularly those in this area of. The state southeast Wisconsin the red corridor the wild counties and even in Milwaukee county not a lot of people, know, that by, sheer votes Milwaukee county is, quite possibly the most critical turning out votes in In Milwaukee. County Republican votes is the most critical to. Republican electoral success the conventional wisdom was always well you. Need to win the FOX valley well, now, as I said they're artists many undecided voters because politics are now on everybody's mind every single day I mean everything is politicized now and you see. This in polls not just on national politics but on state politics as well there, are very few people something like three or four percent of people in this state don't, know enough about governor, Walker to form an opinion of him this essentially is very bad news for Tony ears because. There's really not anything that's going, to happen we think in the next three months that is going to cause a, vast majority of people Walker supporters who have. Turned out for him in three elections to change their, minds to abandon him it's just a matter of getting, those voters The. Polls and one thing we know about governor Walker is a big reason for his success is that. Grassroots operation that conservative Republican party get out the vote effort the the people who will lick, envelopes and, send out mailers and knock on doors and make phone calls and do the things that. Win elections a big reason for Walker success Is a. He's been, a very effective governor I, mean you've seen six straight months, of Wisconsin's unemployment rate under three percent you see the massive business investment here. In Wisconsin not just Foxconn but Amazon looking at a second massive facility you've got Heraldo coming here you have got businesses flocking to the state after eight, years of a massive exodus under governor Jim Doyle remember under the Doyle administration there was this sense that well there are certain jobs that we. Just don't want here in Wisconsin A sort of upturned nose, at WalMart for one remember all, the controversy anytime a WalMart wanted to open there's this liberal outrage Manufacturing was just written off as. As, good as gone I. Mean we were told. From President Obama on, down. Doyle was saying the exact same thing throughout Asia. Look, those jobs are gone this isn't new economy we need to adapt Wisconsin cat be a place that makes things anymore overly well we're going. To be making a whole heck, of a lot of LCD screens for phones and metal medical equipment. And ipads and the like but, another major reason for walkers success is the same reason that. That liuqiu Khmer was so successful even though Kevin Nicholson and. Richard you lie and his. Assorted? Super PACS and and and attack dogs. Spent eleven million dollars against her and propping up Nicholson she was able to win why because she had that Republican party support I dare. Say the Republican party in Wisconsin. Is more effective than Any other. State Republican party the grassroots conservative, movement here working in conjunction with that Republican party almost by necessity. Because of the capital chaos protests, that led to all the democrat intransigence and then the recall. Efforts in twenty eleven and twelve really bonded people like Walker. Volkmar Scott FitzGerald the the. Leaders? Of Voss the leaders of the Republican. Party and Republican representatives across the state who stood with governor Walker And that's why ultimately I. Think the, attack from Nicholson this this line of attack that Leah mayor is just another politician and she's just another establishment Republican was so ineffective because the Republican party's grassroots the. Republican party's. Voters said no we remember what liuqiu, Khmer was doing in twenty eleven and twenty twelve and we remember what she's been doing in the legislature ever since, now Tammy Baldwin does not have a record to stand on in fact the only thing of consequence that she's, done in her six years in the Senate is essentially ignore a report on over prescription of opioids at the VA and Toma this isn't I. Always talk about lines of attack and I always talk about political. Messaging that cuts, through, the static, cut through the noise starting right after Labor Day if you didn't think you were subjected to enough political advertising on TV And, on the radio and on the internet, just wait you are going to see a ton and you have a tendency most people. Have tendency to just sort of block it out, advertisers for years now have, had, to struggle and had to get more creative in getting messages that cut, through the static that are DVR proof it's called you you have a, message, or you have an image or you have something. That causes, people to push pause on the fast forward and.
"big leah" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"And there's going to be web store we can buy these shirts and we're thinking about making dad hats okay was that a good plug was that less than a minute i have no idea okay i can't tell i try to do it as quick as possible but just go follows everywhere it spotify as well and i heart radio tell your friends gives good reviews on i tunes or bad ones we don't really kevin give constructive criticism cry and brands about you on the podcast so give us five stars but then say something shitty okay so dave maria with this incredible golina's o of a goal really just like was so weird because like you just said france was dominating this game pug and the goalie conti were just just bullying that nonexistent argentinian midfield which we've seen throughout the entire tournament their midfield has been there definitely their weakest and it's hurt the it's hurt the center the center in the back the defense defenders haven't had any help from the from the midfielder's and it's crazy if you look at the lineup that argentina put out compared to their entire roster their midfield was a three man midfield and they had mosh renault as almost the quote unquote attacking midfielder then they had benita and peres flanking him so that means that they did not play big leah who's pretty damn good they did not play deba in that number nine role so it goes back to that question of of the manager but then you compare that midfield to france's midfield they played almost a i think i think it was it was like like a four to three really says fighting burp my god they'd played this four two three one formation with contempt by anchoring that midfield which basically ruined france because kante has that tonette he's got that pit bull spirit and where he's going to go after every single ball no matter if it's one hundred yards away a little joe pesci running around a little bit bully i don't sean new shoes no i'm coming and then on the flip side of things you have pogue who did a really great job of boston that midfield getting tackles and then what makes pug so special when he's on his game is that passing he was able to pass right out to the flanks whether it goes to bob griese mun a tweety and that combination in the midfield i think is what just allowed france to dominate the entire game up until that go loss oh by de maria and i'm gonna i was kinda scared i was just like shit i don't know if i can shocking to four logo shit i know do that point i'm like finally i've been getting just like dick on this entire work i know because like i've had you know germany falling out i mean we both did but like messi underperforming neymar like flopping alive so like my guy couple of my guys letting me down i'm like oh here we go again and give you a little give me a little bit of a lifeline it was nice but it was very much short lived mo no because origin tina second goal oh they went ahead yeah right yeah the got that second goal through kado point i was freaking the fuck out because again it wasn't a forty eight minute so like three minutes into the second half but after a whole half of france dominating for argentina to get that second goal i thought france was going to implode like i thought they capitulate pitcher lee i love that word that's a great word fucking really don't know what it means but like you fucked it really really you just couldn't tell you the definition like per webster windy use it right absolutely which is kind of bad i don't know all right i don't understand english gone so at that point once kado got.
"big leah" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia
"Oh my god devos's be a weird story for you read the md because that's like literally your job you run the company danes brother rains company ah his brother if people another nourished julia google this story google this story because it's and again dana if you're losing i'm sorry i know that this is a sad they have his brother's runnings company install live as far as i understand it millions of dollars allen and you must have read the story that has been lay on the little to close the home that what goes to who was out the other one you're not you're you're forgetting his amy schumer sister run serbia of course kim yeah and they've got a good thing going oh god yeah i know i know kim 'cause i worked on train wreck and i also worked on inside amy schumer just you know as an act of here yeah and there's a handful of others i mean there's a history of a there's the smothers brothers yeah but they were all the talent right on air they're all on air yeah yeah there's brian regan and dennis regan it makes sense that there's a lot of brothers and sisters in comedy he said sara silverman and lower silverman it i think it's still a bit in the family deal brennan and kevin brennan who don't go on great so thanks for listening to the old ones with mike for big leah i'm here with my brother jobra biguglia thank you for for being here than my pleasure thanks for having me and and thanks for all the great work you've done on all these albums and and the two movies over the years and supported me when noone believed in me including my parents hand best friends slow.
"big leah" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia
"Well i like your introduction i appreciate you doing i uh sounds so different and i sound so much older back then because i smoked cigarettes every day netgirl taylor so funny and iowa yannis infection for like fifteen years and i don't think i knew about it and had uh so i hear that of like please welcome mike her big leah and night are everybody and i hate that i say everybody iding per bigley i everybody why everybody ladies and gentleman mike berbig leah that should be agreed and then also note niro agreed that i've not said critical of value on were all kind not all comedy albums there should either be no introduction or there should be a brief please welcome eicher bigger the thing that kills me is the ending where what one more time john comes back on one more time weaver mike you are you fucking kidding me you're going to cut one day come back i note that the convention of of americans standup comedy clubs and it drives me nuts is the host of the show the least qualified committee and on the show returns to the stage and they say hey guys now you know give it up for give it up for my burglar one more time that's not good enough i swear to guard would kills me is when comedians katayeb mc comes on after an hour of comedy that someone has honed over years and years and years on are always and none of us as you actually do need to say come on goddamn dammit keep it going.
"big leah" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Verb invented for mice because what i do the kitchen roommate he was like five i'll go in the other room i just think you're overreacting then he did a confessional of the mouth came in the kitchen your i'm not here to make friends i'm here to win here before they came up here in the gone i'm a mouse that some real mouse lives of gets a jew sentence who cares it's uses has become an iconic use of language for people up there your fixtures in massachusetts or the inside jokes that my wife and i permanently use from that story those are the inside joe well and your names for each other to with a phone call matt tweets mike love your work but my wife doesn't think you're funny pretty sure it's because she's a layperson seem home yeah and patrice says mike were big leah are you the voice of martin and downward dog if so bravo if not why not i kept at all the time i people tweet at at me 'castle i is this show called dan we're dog apparently and i am not that voice i guess a voice sense pretty similar though if people kozly tweeting hubei the i guess how i think there's a loss there's a lawsuit in the works is got i there's got to be something in that from it right well we'll wait and see but is they will russell jargon other hat i ask you to tell their story careers so i don't know if there is a version of the steriods made for public radio at i'll try i'll try in ada all see how it goes the this is a certain thing ever jokes where i was asked to host the gotham independent film awards a few years ago and sleepwalk with me came out and i did in in in you make jokes eat a try rachel slept people who are in the.
"big leah" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To mimic that with sleep block with may this idea that jumping through secondstory window sleepwalking can be funny here we're talking a mike weir big leah and his new show onemanshow is the new one it's at the berkeley reparatory theater and let's hurrah another club this is of you talking i happen to see this with a stephen colbert you've easy to talk to than fun he seems yeah yeah yeah you try to me is very serious i mean i really admire him he's uh he's a real luminary of comedies that what he's done in common is i think one of the great alltime you know his per step for solid credence light also thanks to trump now way ahead in the left lane in the ratings has done very well for him but let's hear this this is you talking with him about parasitic my vice uh us missile background of that befo this is from thank god for is historian thank god for jokes where i talk about the idea of that the best jokes art inside jokes and and that are often not funny uh when you like i'm saying when you explain them to people but but when you ah when you share them with your wife or husband or partner that that that they're hilarious letter sedav a pera said in them and they want it to be in you a mice they tell us where she got guinea all mice don't you'll need to research the steven so you're on the fraga hats in there unafraid of people ether unafraid i swear my wife was watching tv on the couch and she looked next to her and there was a mouse and he was watching tv she screamed in he just looked up and they're like stuart leroy we there i dunno while those women would want to marry that one guy and in sucrose from off the couch and this pushed him off just like you know just kind of swatted a market and deke he didn't even run away he didn't even scurry which is a.
"big leah" Discussed on KQED Radio
"All mcconnell brought to you by the crowns and colitis foundation also my thanks go giving day form is taking the day off we have a recorded forum a series of programmes today from nine to eleven this is michael krasny happy thanksgiving to all of you and here's what's coming up later today on this thanksgiving addition of form we'll bring you to shows from our archives at nine am it's my conversation with four people about their experience of working well homeless then a my conversation with comedian and storyteller mike brewer big leah china's performance nine to eleven here on kqed public radio bay area forecast mostly cloudy today there is a slight chance of rain mainly in the north bay otherwise a nice day it's going to be warm highs upper 60s to the low 70s today in the inland areas of the bay area some patchy fog this morning in the sacramento valley partly cloudy this morning then turning mostly cloudy later today on thanksgiving with a slight chance of rain this afternoon does high close to seventy degrees areas of freezing fog this morning around the lake tahoe area a slight chance of rain this afternoon highs fifty five to sixty around the lake this is morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm steve inskeep zimbabwe swears in a new leader tomorrow president robert mugabe resigned earlier this week at the demand of the military and some of his onetime political allies it's the first change in power in zimbabwe's history mugabe had led the country since its independence thirty seven years ago the new leader is the very man mugabe tried to push aside triggering the military takeover npr's of feb acquisced aren't and is in the capital harare for the swearing in ohio fabio greeting steve i want people to know that you've been zimbabwe many times every time mugabe was in power what was it like to arrive in harare a and find him not in power steve from the airport an immigration officer to the taxi drive led to everybody at the hotel everybody saying well come to a new zimbabwe i've been coming to zimbabwe since 1987 and as you say robert mugabe has always been the president in the good times after independence to this in bob way where the economy and hyper inflation was running at what trillions unit know was a hundred trillion dollar banknote now everybody's saying this is a news in bubbly.
"big leah" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens
"Uh you know i think i'd go for born with you think that i should go for go big right autogolpe fang we have mike for big leah all length berg bigs sign of boehner ability like no matter what is did i turned my pupils when i went out tonight right i know how you feel on him when i grow allowed wherever i trim my view is always the determination of the how much confidence i have going into the evening so yeah we all get it i mean we all the dearest abby jacobsen did you guys ever have like as you secrets were email hype did end went there was a point wipe really won it yeah and i was like i kampala's like mike camp friends had it camp friends is another word for jewish plus comedy from great flick julio torres so to me in my head that transitions in two a diary entry from malanje trump's fiery mm donald and the others get so mad when they watch the news sometimes oh they get so angry i just hope they don't take it out on me and turn we back into account i must say being a first lady is amisi being a cat oh i don't miss it yet monroe martin yours me like i had dreamed over tear i dreamed of white jumpsuit like i love horror movies another woman of be possess but i noted only white kids get possessed.
"big leah" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"From rich yields also carry can't deliver she nor any this cares who's a checkcashing place up by this push was amuptated so what the czech she ripta i fucking grab the by the hair she punched me in the face she ripped the check all by god now resent unprofor leigon await the process fucking check two weeks or less active figure out a crazy glues fucking dan and now below she spent two thousand nine one one on wall street to seattle and i jumble of dumpster a that restaurant a big fabulous restaurant that somebody was just hero a received rossini says you remember certainly you late jerod mayo hurricane gather hurricane care for it i jumped in that dumpster fill up the block the heighten exactly where you're talking about a block and there was a beautiful movie theater it's worse were pope friction the second time william besse the first time i passed on when i moved to seattle pope fiction was the big leah it was blasting in the movies and would you pass are for the needle in the first seeing the little seeing kid like sleeper a reason that murmur was back varo i the regular that allow was for statistical i think seattle people are now move this was not know podcast this was 20 years of putting things together hello there shall we did shows that the calmly store we would put together lou talent my that the improper way from eleven to one and we get bumped we do eight minutes and it would listen guys this was were all those rooms of rudy maranhao an sla all by got all the rooms all those mexican rooms they they sharper me up so i'm in the dumpster.