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Frailty Is A Thing?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Frailty Is A Thing?

"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the

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"carrozza" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Our lives have been flipped upside down this year and so much has changed that it can be hard to keep up with at all so for a few minutes. We're going to look at what the past year has meant for women. In this economy we got a hold of belly arizona. She covers the economy for the nineteenth news to belly. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. How are women doing in this economy at the beginning of this year pre pandemic in the before times. Well if we pause and think back to the before times feel like a yawns away from us right before this pandemic started in december of twenty nineteen women surpassed men as the majority of the labor force for only the second time in history. The only other time i had happened was during the great recession when so many men lost their jobs that women actually surpassed them and so we had reached a point right before all. This started where that happened again and it had happened naturally through so much growth that was taking place for women in the labor force where they got that fifty fifty point zero four percent just edging out men and then what happened well. Then what happened was the start of this country's first female recession and what that meant. Was that the jobs that really went away this year. The vast majority where jobs that were held by women and that was unusual. That had never happened. But this year. We're looking at retail hospitality. The the care fields. Those were the jobs that went away and so that in about three months what we lost were about eleven million jobs held by women in this economy and so it started what we have. When are still enduring to this day. Is this recession. That has hit women so much harder than men and there has been an enduring peace of this which is the second part of it is the childcare crisis that we are also living in. I wanna come back to the childcare crisis in a moment. But a lot of your writing has highlighted the fact that in this first ever she session. It's hitting women of color particularly hard. Can you talk about what that trend has looked like yet that has been you know one of the saddest parts of this entire experience if we look at unemployment for example. It's just one measure but unemployment for women peaked around like fifteen fifteen point. Five percent But for latinas hit twenty point two percent for black women it hits sixteen point five percent so much of that goes back to this occupational segregation that we talk about some times where it's what are the fields that these folks are pushed into and ultimately those fields are a lot of caregiving fields Nursing health care. i mean we. We wrote a story recently about the first people to get vaccines across the country. We looked at every single state and in the vast majority two-thirds you were looking at a woman and in most cases looking at a woman of color and so that i think spoke about these. Are the people who are most at risk. Can you talk about just this. Astronomical number of women leaving the workforce yeah. I think the shocking number came to us in september. When eight hundred sixty five thousand women left the labor force and it was just so clear what had happened you know school was back in school was back virtually and so you had all of these women who were at home and looking at a new school year they were just making a decision and it was difficult decision for a lot of women who said i'm just going to quit my job and care for my kids because there's there's no safety net for me right now and so that's what we've seen over and over is women who are making the decision to leave their jobs to leave the labor force because all of these other safety. We're not there for them. How long do you think it's going to take women to gain back these jobs and the wages that they lost. Yeah so much of that is going to depend on what the recovery looks like where we put our focus. I mean it could take years. I mean there. I've seen all kinds of estimates depending on if we do x. Y. or z. But we know for example earlier in the year there was a study that was done on the gender pay gap and it found that the gender pay gap a not get back to where it was prior to the pandemic for another decade. We have widened that so much because you have women leaving and then taking so long to get back in the labor force that causes them to have a hard time coming back in at the same at the same pay this is going to have long lasting consequences for for all of those women who in december two thousand nineteen had reached a milestone to belly. Carrozza is a reporter.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Coffin confessed other stranger. Want to be buried with with specific items such as money firearms and mobile phones with torches because they're scared of the dark. Obviously. The way to say flashlight, and she's your some ask for glass coffins caskets filled with water or fitted with speakers program to make screaming sounds as it's lowered into the ground that. That's a good bit. where I started to think, this might be fake. One person wanted their coughing Edgar says one of their coffin to be upside down on top of their wives coffin in the sixty nine position I think that's legal that but it's funny. Guess he didn't say it happened. He also has been with Dan Dan you save money on an extra plot. And you can just like something you can request but then they'll be like, what can we do it and then they're surprised that you can actually go through with it. Sure. Going to say, let's do it. Anyway in twenty years, you can say still Boehner, he's also been asked to brick some clients and the arm with a pin before the Barrio to make sure that they're really dead to use the coffin confessor services dying clients, sign a contract they and he has the right to call the service off and take the body of the family. Try to stop him from doing his job. There also ask themselves giving Mr Edgar permission to carry out their final wishes he's. Doesn't seem like a hostage situation at all. Oh, when asked whether he feels guilty about it making people's Day uncomfortable. He says, I'm not respecting the living respecting the people who have died and I like them a lot more people are live why? Because they pay you? I'm not respecting anyone is what he's saying. Yes. He said that. He said, he would say he would jump at every opportunity paid, but he draws a line in assisting with death something he would never do. and. Although MR, Edgar's intrusive pre knows are offering met with hostility from mourners, some clients family members actually thank him for the help. I had the daughter of one man who died come up to me and say here, dad be so proud that you told his brother and sister-in-law to fuck off. terific. Yeah. He thinks. He thinks some people do more of funeral themes and he has to get in on that some wonder if you could simply not fulfil his client's wishes pocket the cash after they die. Said my clients say to me look I'm paying you this money. If you rip me off I won't know but I'll see you one day in heaven. You can't hold that over someone out even having. Yeah unbelievable. Here's a fun. Definitely not going to have an because I know you're God. I just did. I just saw your sex. Here's one. You love the messages that Mr Edgar shares aren't always vendors and resentment. Once a month he sends a letter to a man that has died tally. Once a month he sends a letter to a man who is still living telling him that his wife loves him and will never forget him the woman's request. That's. Why I want you to write a letter to my husband every week. So. About this guy absolute will be. No Fish I know. Copyright, three times that's ours. We get the throw it around. I'll ask you guys this before we get out. How old how much does it cost to use Joel Edgar's funeral crashing tell your brother and sister-in-law fuck off services in American dollars. So yes, I believe Mike. Your guests you get to go either I or you can go in between me and Jason, which is the tig slot or third. When dying to say that I would love to take the takes. Okay. So Jay you go I think it's Five hundred dollars five hundred dollars. All Right Mike. What do you think? Should have gone I. I was going to say five hundred. Let's go seven fifty. Because Australian currency is wild. Yes. Fair I think this is all I. think he can charge a lot because it is surrounds a vinyl. Yes. It's it's bought right return business bright. You Buy Mitzvah Marriage and death me Di wants is I'm GONNA say to. Unless you Shirley maclaine twelve hundred dollars. Twelve hundred dollars. Okay. One.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"All integrity it feels like he's got a form that you have to go through with them on the meeting this coffin confessions, it's a legit business. We have to lay it all out but first of all, do you want it to be allowed thing I? We offer these packages and termed I megaphone can do crowd integration I can bring. My problem, this is the deliver that Jason Keystone back to is. It's you're in a predicament when you're asking someone to do something questionably like this moral or like or unethical. Then you also need that person to have morals and ethics to follow through. And I put this to you Mike I put this to you, Dan. J. So the most important thing, is that the person who pays for this confession? Confessional thing to happen in his brain or her brain before they die think. They think it's going to happen but that's it once they. Matter. It doesn't matter once they die you don't have to do it. Well he says. He's nice to go. You gotTa have like a failsafe in there that you're like telling somebody. Hey, you know this Joel Edgar. Guy Because he's got to be famous at some point, right? He's got show up to some funerals and some people are like Oh shit it's about to go down. You know this guy. This guy. Says to avoid great cashing gatecrashing funerals with false assumptions and accusations. Mr Edgar uses his private investigation skills Arefi, his clients claims I've got to get some actual facts to I've got to look into I can't just go to a funeral unannounced bullshit it's gotta be legitimate.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Confessor hit the right part, and that's same thing called the confessor is he a coughing confessor or a coffee he's going to be around people who are coming coffin confessor C., O. F. F. I n.. Paid to gate crash funerals at the request of the dead has revealed the most outrageous things he's had to tell grieving relatives so your your day. To die. Yes. Hey, for a service. Yes. Someone to then show up and talk about talk shit about you boy. You to say something to the group Yes. Okay. Bill Edgar. God was a private first first name your job. Sounds like a Cohen brothers character. Absolutely, Bill Edgar was a private investigator until an elderly man asked him to step in at his funeral three years ago and call out his best friend for quote trying to screw his wife how is this any different than Mike Ehrman trout on? This guy. This dude was did he screw you I know but he tried to once and I hated him for it ever since and I've kept him as my best friend. But after I'm dead, I want you to. On all his ass outs, right. It's not even that this is something that he's done before. No. Just like I'm picking you something about you. Yes. You need to deliver this message the ability to Piss off a lot of people. Dream finds you guys the Gold Coast man this is often the daily mail and takes place in I believe. Has since made a thriving business, divulging his dead clients, explosive secrets to their heart broken families during Bill Burr Bureau Burton. Behind. Burials and readings speaking business. UNBELIE like. Who? Burial, do you understand that? Does Not matter that the guy when he's dead it, there is no way to know what to see if you did this. So this is just a chance to so some chaos into your world go. He was giving an interview on the Kyle and Jackie O shown wasn't Mr. He said. I've exposed family secrets, sexual affairs, and even intimate relationships between brothers and.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Just Fun to go the other way you dick. Can go your own way you would. Mac. Tell people about your album. I will I've pre? Okay that way it doesn't sound like I don't care about who's on. I found that I get better information out when pre-recorded because otherwise doing in front of them and you kind of want to hurry through everything. So All prerecorded once once we get back. Oh but thank you very much for coming on here. Thank you. Of course, do and. Thank you listing everybody and please enjoy the out show that I hopefully remember to record that will start. That is it for my roses episode. Thank you guys so much for listening. Please follow the show on twitter and on instagram it never seen it show. Also, we are starting to have some before and after merch that is all very limited and we'll be posting it on there. We have some merch for big Mama's the lighthouse as well submerged for Lady Bird Man, you follow some never seen it show instagram and twitter to find out more information about that. Please check out and pre-order my album happiness wherever you get albums. A link to the vinyl is on my website cuyler dot com it is October sixteenth. I hope you listen to it and enjoy it and and if you WANNA hang out with some never seen it fans, we have a discord and. What discord is this kind of just like a chat hang area there's even a robot you can play before and after with. Or with other people, but we got a bunch of people in this very fun Fart Dot Kyle's dot com. I can't believe that's the I made but it is that a link to the discord even if you're new to it, you don't know what discord is. Come hang out, meet some never seen a fans. Like hopefully, you are as well. Thank you for listening. I hope you enjoy the episode, feel free to reach out. Thank you. Stirling's. A podcast network..

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"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Oh here we go. Oh Yeah. Final game for the day the movie is called build the perfect. Movie. Day says I will give you a category. You must each pick two movies from that category whose rotten tomatoes score adds up to his close to one hundred as possible without going over sounds. So you'll each pick one we were your scores you'll pick a second one accordingly for instance if I ask you to build the perfect Robin Williams movie and you picked RV that's twenty four percent you can pick happy feet that's a seventy six percent. As of Duan looking to get a to one hundred as possible. Without going over. So what we're trying to do now is build the perfect movie in honor of three hundred that has a number anywhere in the title it could be a sequel as long as there's a number bags of Caribbean dead man's chest is not a number. Number they could be the movie thirteen anything you want a wreck forever after is supposed to be upon about four, but they don't use four say forever known. Let me look at the poster. Okay. Poster will be the tiebreaker. Okay. No poster on no four on Shrek forever after Shit like. fucking, sake is, GONNA. Be fucking you dummy can't your four? All right. Mike you'll I we're trying to build the perfect. Number movie. Yes. I wanNA see fourteen eight. Feels like it's not gonNA be Great. You're GonNa get an hard fifty. Really dammit. I. Don't want to be in.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

06:29 min | 5 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Was. Stifling. The best thing someone could ever do is to A. Certain love given the world is equal to the loving of someone who likes jazz still despite the fact that they like it that you put into the world. It doesn't fit on a shirt but. This episode of never seen. It's episode Merch is a pillow with that embroidered on it so We are doing temporary marks, go get your temporary merge. Much for a big Mama's lighthouse. Lady Bird Man. So if you WANNA go get Martin Lawrence and on the cover of the movie White House or with the man the photo. Yeah or Bergman driving around in the car with his daughter from the movie Lady Bird Man got hurt. Anyone speaking of that particular merged. Here on the podcast that prompted that Merch, this game is called before and after. This works is to movies have been smushed together in one. You guys just are two examples. Big Mama's the lighthouse. And Lady Bird. I will tell you the plot to as much together movie you tell me the smushed together title. You can see their smash together poorly just based on those examples, other examples saving private Silverman for Argo, can be all sorts of ways. Wolf of wally streets of Wally Street were all over the place a whenever you guys are ready. I'll Redo your I thought are you ready? I'm Marie own number we'RE GONNA FIGHT ONE While still attempting to destroy an all powerful magical item, an undercover agent teams up with Childhood Pal in Miami. Against Evil forces trying to capture him. Whom they must outrace. Bad boys two, fast, if years. Not Bad boys two fast, two furious but yet one movies while to destroy an all powerful magical item in the. Is About? I thought there was an all-powerful items. Magic. There's magic can be fast and furious university nausea. Do you think they bottled up a charisma of its stars because that's magical item in the fast and furious fridge. Can you. Hear. That Mike is like cars can't go that fast. Bottled up gig gasoline. Those. Is National Treasure two fast two furious is not national treasury too fast furious. God. Ill while still attempting to destroy. An all powerful magical item. I don't know about magical items in movies is Indiana Jones. No, they didn't have numbers in those. Magical at. macy's a tough one. Bad boys two what's another racing movie with two in it? Racing. Stuck on racing. Curious. Okay. Destroying magical items. W K someone. Camera looks now that I have some lighting. Right, some at home is listening to this and just being screaming at their wall aiming. Screen the answer you guys are. We're looking for the ward of the Rings, the two fast two furious towers. She's right hold on a second. No wonder I've never seen Lord of the ring wait that's not true. I've seen parts of the Lord of the rings don't care for it fuller. Do not text me about this one either I'm watching. The Lord of the Rings. All right. Here we go. Here we go next one. Robotics prodigy his robot can both see dead people Big Hero six cents. I was trying to think of what was the for some reason I got caught on what was the movie with Hugh Jackman where he fights in a punch I'm. Good that I saw the second trailer, it's like this is. Interesting. For some reason I was so sure real steel was the other half of. Are here we go. A Frontier Zeman sustains life threatening injuries from animal attack and must utilize the suit that gives them the ability to shrink in size in quest for vengeance the reverend ma'am. The Revenue Man Yeah. Alright I. One was. Because it's mostly. Urban and Canada. SMILES, of concrete. Okay. So LEARN WHAT FRONTIERS MINUTES What did you think gaming rocket man who the fuck is Davy Crockett. American hero. Road. I've heard the name I've I've faked laughed at people using it in punch lines so What terrible joke someone like more like Davy Crockett Oh you know somebody somebody you care about and you care. You WanNa. Make me closer. About this. Father Rents a motorhome to help improve communication between his dysfunctional family and they take off for a vacation through fascist government London. Of course, the bummer boys are on top of V for Vendetta. All right. So we have a new game that we're GONNA play any. Times podcast. This game is called the opposite day. Currently, the score is two to one. Alex is winning of the overall score for the point that note not mattering score opposite things are opposites. Here's the opposite works I'm going to tell you the opposite title of a movie you. Tell me what movie it's the opposite of I. Don't really have knees ankles. We've only played it a couple of times. Not. Everything is not set some of its students who right? Here some, for instance, loudness overrules is silence of the land as. The devil mother. Godson. Wait what the Godfather.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Adam driver because he knows involved with the franchise. All right. You'll be able to change your answer later that's ridiculous answer. All right. Let's go to train. Thoughts. Yeah, it'd be clearly it's gotta be a Danny Glover Right. Donald Against Donald Glover. Kidding, that's your choice to sound like a racist white fool. A. Okay. So you're you're. Go and DJ. Yeah Yeah. All right. What do you think allies? Also. Pick Donald. Glover I. Guess I'm GonNa go with. phoebe Waller Briggs. Oh ooh sounds like it didn't. Share or so you could go glover if you think the points are going to be their. Own Interesting I see what you're doing here. Okay. Well, then yeah I'm Gonna I'm GonNa jump on board with with Donald Glover. Glover what do you think Mike you can lock in with the Adam driver? Oh no no no. No. You called data stupid answer and I'm GonNa say no. No somebody did. Our you know what we're going teamwork on this guy. The Donald Glover lock it in baby. I love about Alex Rebecca's he tells the CA- justice when they're stupid like. Do. You remember that clip of him calling somebody a loser. Happen yes, somebody this he was like doing that thing before the second segment where is interviewing them like, Hey, what do you like to do word like he's got this set interview and then somebody's like well, we do Lopping Ping and Narping is this and that and he's like so in other words a loser and then that was. That was a big staying mode back to the podium. Did didn't they do that for somebody? WHO said they like Nerd Corps wrapping also all that must have been I. I must have substituted nerd corps wrapped forward are being. Yeah It feels like Alex. so knowledgeable that he would definitely make fun of anything Mary's hasn't. Heard up. If, it's out of his scope. It's meaningless. What. All the years he's hosted that show he's learned nothing like he hasn't retained any facts. Like I just read them baby. I don't know what a garbage can is. Tough because there are so many garbage can questions. You know I watch jeopardy sometimes. Clearly. God Bad news because the results from this one are strange indeed. Okay. Number nine I don't always go the steep but I found it. Listed number nine is the guy who plays ansel in Solo. There were story not much of a launching pad half yeah. Alden. Ehrenreich. which must have been a real dick. I don't know why. Not Get any more work off being in the Han Solo project nobody likes on. Solo Project I. Thought it was. Okay you like Solo project, but that was about it. Heard this guy's main once in my life, they're gonna make a younger Landau with over TV series through. I. Think. Oh. So I'm looking for that I thought he was a good choice for Mando Solo Mike. Gone. Much of interest to do or but he came in at number eight. Wow. Crazy. Seven radar. Six phoebe Waller Bridge. You with that. Bethany fourth is Dandy. Newton. Third was.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"I told you. It was fast might ask. So you get to go first in our final and all determining game. This is gonNA decide who gets the bragging rights today of being the winner is no prizes just ride at stake. That's more valuable than any prize right De. trae of you played this game yet it's called Weird Algorithm that doesn't sound familiar at all. A lovely. On the IMDB site. and. APP. If you got a thing now where if you go to the full cast list of any project, any movie or TV show, you can click on thing to refine the list based on popularity. According to IMDB and their. Massive amounts of data that they get from people using it so. It's very tricky re ordering the cast. Based on WHO's most popular today from classic movies of the past. So I'll name a movie and then each one of you get to name and you could share answers on this. You could talk about you know just everybody has to finally decide on an answer and if your answer if the person that you name, is there the top billed person in the movie you get three points second billed to third point one played three rounds everyone will get a chance to go. First we rotate who goes first. Nice. So we're. So it's cast list based on popularity. Yeah popularity according to. A MDP's weird algorithm because it. Data they've mind from us that we haven't been paid for. Come up with a game where anybody can win. So Curry popularity is what you've tried this before and I prove you wrong.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Tell my voice apart from. These other Gal's? Movie. Shows that are all ladies? This is about their special. Around. Let me individually and alphabetically starting with out of Toronto. New Albums Call Rubik or Chiro Bench depending on what are the world you're from. Everybody. Friends. This is so cool. Thanks for having me Doug. A I've been a longtime listener and this is. One of the coolest things I can't believe I get to be on Doug loves movies. Thanks for having me. Well, it's. Great to have you because you know doing these things happen it's very rewarding to see. I saw a tweet this weekend you're your album is. Is, out there for people to purchase contract and I you tweeted something to the effect of. Live first album whatever number years ago that was Or the kind of one of your most more inspirational. Things in terms of getting into stand up and so to just be able to to read that tweet and then just be able to go. Hey do you come on Douglas Movies it just? Felt right hell. Yeah. Did I'm like I honestly to to be like, I, remember finding out about comedy albums and then just like downloading a really big torrent of like a terabyte worth of albums and professional huma reading was on there and I remembered you from last comic standing where you're segue set was like the big deal for me because I was like this is making fun of standup. What like the form he's like it's a little wink to the judges and everything this rules and then professional humor reading is an album I listen to like. Every car drive to and from school When I was just starting cj up and. And was getting into the idea of like, oh, I mean toying with maybe performing and then I heard you just having the most fun at one point. You just have a piano near you and you're like slapping it and doing the Pelican brief thing and. It just sounded like the most fun somebody could have and I was like, okay i. need to try this. He's having the blast. If this is a real job. I. Need to like I got try my hand at. The general fucking around that I do was inspiration. I mean, there are obviously other bits on the album that are like you know solid jokes that I really enjoyed. But definitely you enjoying yourself while you're performing is what got me to be like I'm I'm going to call somebody and see what it takes to start comedy. So I was really stoked and felt like maybe I should tell you about it and now look. I'm here. Yeah it's crazy. You know. If you're a terrible guests today will. gave it a shot, a I am a good feeling about it. MOTT's of we have lots of mutual friends leaving. That's how comedy works but it's Being to beat for me to be not not terribly familiar with you I have met you four right. We've been like like a just for laughs and I think I told you the same thing about how I started comedy. You're the one like I. Got A lot of people. I'm the one that keeps bringing up professional humor. It's me. Check out your album Thank you for sending me. Lane. I didn't thanks to or the show 'cause you know what if I did dislike it that would really be awesome. Yeah. Yeah. You don't WanNa you don't WanNA listen to somebody's comedy before you have to you have to riff with them just in case that colors your interaction with them 'cause how you going to respect somebody you don't find funny you know what I mean. Exactly and that's Gaillon. PUTTY. I'M GONNA kiss your ass way less than Mike did for. Shit is going on with your hair right now you get.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"The show and that makes a huge difference but it's also still like you're done you're set and then you like click off the video and you're like, I, mean I get all that it's really just performing for me. I know it sounds really ostentatious, but it's like a lot of bits that I do right Not all of them but I feel like a lot of them rely on I say something the audience reacts a certain way. and. Then I take it to the next level and if there's if I can't do that then it's like. I mean I just don't want to write normal one ABC jokes it's. Kind of boring. So it's like you know any I'm right there with you I've. I've had to I've been on zoom shows and had to like navigate my way out of doing the parts that I wrote as a reactionary thing you know like like. If I did zoom show say and I was doing the preschool diploma thing and I'm talking about shitting my pants I would want to hire an actor who comes in off camera in like a baby diaper. While I'm talking you know like. Wild like. The bare minimum is. The bare minimum. Otherwise what the fuck are we doing here? I mean I do I think that's? That's very funny I e. Stuck with the form at least a little because I remember is like we're trying to repeat something that that is its own thing and it's like right zoom shows do zoom shows and and I wanna see what that really could be like thrown into clips or doing shit I. Don't know I think that that's something that's missing that I agree with like do you remember Ian Abramson used to run seven minutes in purgatory and like this is like being on a zoom show feels like doing that show where, but you don't have the benefit of being like after the show you come out of that closet and take off the noise cancelling headphones and the audience is applauding for you and you know that they're enjoying themselves or you know or like somebody was there to be like you did great. You know. That kind of thing there was a wave that almost ruined stand up for a long time maybe out of here in l. a. where everything had to be a novelty show and I like it stand up and there's no microphone it's it's stand up vendors audience and you're in a closet and there's a bug eating your Dick and then it's like mouth. That's what standard. Of The novelty show and that's why. I just wanted to novelty show that I am surprised hasn't caught on entirely is the powerpoint novelty shows. You know what? I'm talking about like the kinds that are like you shirts a little bit more effort to like make a powerpoint or. Keynote for a show, but then you like run it from your screen and you talk over it and you have. That's That's like that's the one that I'm surprised hasn't taken off in hasn't transferred over the most logical one. Yeah. Exactly. Hasn't really made its way over. That's why I don't have that much faith in it but I WANNA I WANNA I WANNA I WANNA hold out hope, and I'll do my chosen when I feel like my friends are having a good time and. Yeah that's the part that's keeping people off of it is that there is a hopefulness the is like we are getting like especially in the states, the states are fucked right now notre dame started classes and then ended after like eight hours because. Nearly one hundred fifty people were infected, and that means they go home they infect their families they infect whoever they're in contact with that's that's going to end up being a thousand people a symptomatic or not having the thing you know it's it's just it's just a messed up reality is that like this thing is super contagious and it's out there and the best we can do is try but it's so difficult when your entire life is wrapped up in this thing and to pivot is just like I don't know man when I was growing up my parents were like you can do anything you WanNa do you just got to put your mind to it and then now they complained that I do stand up comedy Because they liked it is possible. This has honestly healed a lot of relationships I feel with me and my my folks and stuff where it's like at least the pressure is like. I'm just like. I can't make the pandemic go away so You know I can't make myself suddenly having education at thirty six like it's. So, Yeah. It's funny because it's like when things were going and I just I was about to go on tour it was kind of like. So. Then Mike how much is economic and yeah, Okay and how long that really work out for, and then it's like now it's just like. Not. fucking control. Right exactly. My. Long I think we gotta get. We gotTA GET OUTTA here I'm sure. This is very nice. Sweet. Did thanks for doing this. I really appreciate your asking me I really I. First of all, it's just nice to talk to you again dude like it's been so long and I can't believe that it's been as long as it has been. But I know in person but yeah. Let's just keep it. Let's just keep exchanging times that bans are letting us down. Okay. Text thread. And guys check out Mike's upcoming album Cherubic, it's GonNa be available on all streaming downloading platforms. Check it out right to Sirius Xm and Canada tell them fucking play I'm going GONNA blow up a building down. Does. It say what town to say blowing up a building downtown taken seriously. All right. I'll talk to you. Hope, you're doing what? You to stand. By star beans. PODCAST network..

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06:20 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"So they really go through all of this and then they like pick that person in the other group, and then that's the perfect match. But then also in season seven or whatever the last one, they had eight sixteen people but everybody's like by or Pan and they or like people are non binary some people are like you know. Everybody's into everybody. So just made it so much more difficult, and it was one of the most entertaining seasons of a show that I've seen. That's great. Yeah it's fantastic. I highly recommend it. It's I like recommend shows that you can actually watch with like you know I know it's done like watch it with your wife or whatever. But like. It's hard because I think bachelor is. Difficult to get into it's I don't watch it. You know it's like, yeah. When my wife watches it, I don't watch it but I've watched like the circle right. Married at first sight. Part about it of a sociological experiment. I love that part too. I also don't like about Bachelor in paradise that they bring people from the past back tight show. And I'm not. I'm not filled in on that. So I'm not into that part. It's people I've seen on other seasons little bit interested but I'm not I'm not too into like big brother this season happening right now that's what I was watching before we were talking. It's an all-star season and I've been watching big brothers since he's three and this twenty two o body I was a child watching this show it your diehard. I don't know why I love the show, but I do it's great. I mean he just. Kind of voting people off. Out of the hat, right it's the same petition. Exactly but they live in the same house and stuff. Like. It's a game of deception where you expect the unexpected and it's literally because I'm a completion est I just need to finish watching it. That's that's the. Thing is is like that's one of the first reality shows I think. You can make the case that the news or game shows have been reality shows since right but you know what? I, mean like there's kind of. Some of the earliest game shows are are still some of the best like if you think about it, it's like the osbournes pretty much set the entire template of what does family you like a reality show yes. On a family ever was and it's one of the best that's ever happened because it's actually care about each other they like each other there's there's actually. They do shit. They don't just like I don't know live off the. Like Ozzy's do an office, the entire time you know and like. Yeah. And then and then you got like survivor big brother survivor got like fuck God Damn. It what's the bachelor and the Bachelorette were? The. Earliest the other one. You know what I'm saying it's like Oh these I mean who wants to be a millionaire was kind of the reinvention of the game show. It was late night game. And Prime. Time and a lot of it was. Great it was is really there's a reason it kind of works so well. It's simple and they just nailed those formulas and then they tried to like. Complicate it always. Shit. I think. I think like the primetime who wants to be a millionaire is in era that I. I like wish we could kind of get back to like I. Do I Just Clip Guy Colin his dad. Oh Yeah I was. Making the rounds on twitter too. Yeah. It's honestly like back in those days were like. I hate to I, hate to be like this style of freak over here just like Horny for nostalgia but I remember like I was at my grandfather's house with Mike my mom's side of the family and we were like twenty seven of us before anybody was married any of my cousins were like. So it was just us and. My uncle was like a it's eight o'clock. You got you put it on, put it on. And we turn on who wants to be a millionaire and I liked trivia. So I'm stoked and like a lot of people are stoked because like they either they love money or they love Trivia. Trivia to. It is but I like a genius. Only kid that Louisiana. So I think there's Like a dating show called gun and it's just there's one gun and you don't know who has it and it's like twenty contestants all kinds of genders and races he's got who's got a gun who's really in control who's in control. Every every day starts every day. That's a hold on a second. Let's see. Let's really flesh this out. Hold on a second everybody every day people wake up with their hands up. That's rule number what and they know certain Muslims. If. You say anything provocative. Backpedal. You signed a waiver. One. Bachelor with a gun will walk away with the love of his life and he has done. And then. The big spoiler twist at the end is that he kills the last contestant because like I've loved you all along and he's talking to the gun and. The garden. Yeah. Exactly, and the gun rejects the proposal by shooting. I want. Honestly did we just an adult swim infomercial type frigging? Sketch. Set it off to. Them they need con. If anybody at adult swim listening I, have a pitch for new if Netflix's passes and I'm not even kidding this is a real thing. Please call me. Mike, where can people catch you? Where can people check out your stuff? I'm easy.

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Suicide Buddies

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"How much Like It's crazy. How many people are so entrenched in their views to a degree where they're like it's not about those views anymore. It's literally about how little control is exerted over their own lives and it's it's tough to like confront that somebody is is actually online because like A show like people can like walk out and leave they can have their opinions I? Like playing magic the gathering I've been playing for years right? I was I was in a facebook group and I got kicked out calling somebody a piece of shit for. Hating transpeople and him being like him being like Oh. Yeah. Opinion And tars and minicars understand. Human being exactly you can wrap your head. Here. Casting Loving dragons yeah. But you can't you can't believe that black lives matter trans matter like that's that's not hurdle can't jump. You've like like. High jumped over. And then. Yeah. So the candle change it's hard because it's all comfort food. So it's like you're changing the comfort food and then they go like. Baby would react you know it's like that kid on wife swap who the lady throughout Bacon and he was like. Banking. Good from late. That episode really stuck out for you. It's Like how do I know exactly what the fuck you're talking about? Did. Philip. Is Lead like it was so funny never heard. No, he'd never heard. Don't do that. Shit. Man Actually I. I. have a good reality show. SUGGESTS SHIFT FOR PEOPLE. Are. You going to tell the tell the folks or find a phone number to call where they're like? Yes. Great idea hotline. Please I. Yeah. The. The reality shows called cops and I'm embarrassed Oh we cancelled it now it's. The show is called married at first sight and they literally married people like who've never met but they they like do all this research and like. You professional matchmakers put these people together. And it's pretty like it's a pretty standard like dating show but I'm watching like season ten of this show with my wife and. It's Just the season it's Magnetic because there are literally to pathological liars. And it's fuck yes. I sometimes. Yeah. Like in my life when I've met and known pathological liars, it's the best right because like. You you know right away. Don't trust any say, and then just say the most insane stuff like I was actually training for the Olympics last year and it's this like. Shit goes in one ear and it's all funny and man this show is it's awesome. I've never seen it where there's like two at the same time. It's two different couples, but they're together know each one has. A to pathological liars in different couples and I see it's like literally just I got a job and then they'll the job doesn't exist like the woman will. Work and the job doesn't exist and. They've never noticed the guy. Yeah it's like it's like, wow man. Never, seen this and every day from eight to five. He goes to an unmarked building into this office with someone else's name on it and inside is just a ping pong table and a glass of water Dude it was awesome. This dude told. One. He said he was late to stuff because he said he was getting a job as being a principal at a school, and then we'll then the Monday before the job starts. He goes actually there's been a change I'm not gonNA. Do that principle job I'm actually starting as a rector at another like Catholic school. Thing issues. She's like you got a job like with you know like you lost the job and then got another within six hours. He's like, yes, that is correct. This economy. A while ago it's all before but. It's. It's like get goosebumps watching it and I think it's I I beat myself all the time for being like. Maybe I'm not. Firing on all cylinders are being nice enough or maybe I'm thinking and just to like really watch people just. Like I've got I've got a dog in the next room. Like there's no. Small, thing leave together it's one room. I I love reality I love reality shows. I enjoy I love. Okay. I like relationship shows and competition shows but I usually like them together so. To shows that are grandfathered in because they are not part of it, our health pitch and big brother just competition shows. Are you the one, the bachelor, the Bachelorette, those shows that I got into, and we're was like I. Love this stuff I love people just being together and like first of all one ultimate prize. Love Perfect. Love it beautiful right. But then it's also like it's a game. You gotTA play the game. ooh. And if you've ever seen bachelor in paradise the spinoff show. Do Alliances type of Shit like with survivor where like. Because they have to vote someone off inch. Work. Competitive. Yeah, I don't know when. I watched it but I like it less than are you the one? Because? Are you the one is like Bachelor in paradise but with younger dumber people and it's so fun because it's literally Are you the one. So it started off as binary kind of like men and women and everybody straight, and they had like ten men, ten women, and in the opposite the group of the opposite sex is your perfect match but you don't know who they are and at the end of every episode, you have to sit in couples ten couples and it reveals they reveal like how many couples are correct but not which ones are correct. Wow. Holy figure that out right. So it's a little puzzle element and then lastly mind. Sociological experiment drive you crazy. But it's also like they're perfect. They have matchmakers to be like, what are you look for an apartment or this or that?.

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08:45 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I'm GonNa do a saw movie movie. I'm GONNA DO Jigsaw. And it's like I. Love It. I haven't seen it. I can't say it's bad. It's not out yet. They were supposed to release it may, and then they pushed it back to next year and I'll tell you something. Coming out right around my birthday. I I was like you know when you will. I was like, okay. This quarantine is going to be about a month. I can deal with that and then I was like, okay. I have very little to look forward to Saas coming out in May. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa, you know what I'm going to rent it for me. To. My friends, we're going to get on a zoom call. We're going to watch together. It's going to be like we went to see the I was like I'm so stoked because I love the soft ranch is because it's great and also terrible it's awful so bad, ass. Shoots Toronto which is so good for me because. One of these days when they go when because this is going to get a sequel for sure they're gonNA do another spiral from the book of saw. With Chris Rock and it's all in Toronto I. Forget who it was. I. Think it Samuel L., Jackson? Green like. Shoes Price Jigsaw hasn't done a like would you like to play game? You've said you liked gravy on your fries. For as long as you. Would you like to drown in a pool of? Your Life. preservers. It's like it's so it's so bad. It really is like a seven-year-old comes up with the problem. The way to kill you owe it started out as like you don't appreciate your life here are some traps for you to get out of and it went into you cheat on your wife. I made. Or like. Or like the I trap on saw seven is. A woman who's like seeing these two guys and they don't know about each other but their friends and there's a table saw in the middle at and and she's descending on it and they have to either push it into one another to kill one of the dudes or they leave it in the middle the kill her and it's like there's no way out of that. And it's like first of all, how did you find out about this one? Yeah why are you so much? And that was filmed in the middle of like one of the big squares raw. and. You really. You really hear it when when you hearing the cops and saw talk in the background, you know the chatter that they have. It's like, Hey, I'm going to go smoke A. Let's do I mean it was it was going to be one of my cinema occasions. I basically love movies and I'd mapped out like all of the superhero movies, all the animated movies that were coming out over the next year because it gives me something to look forward to invite fries. And now everything's just been delayed. But the one thing that I think is this is only really funny if you're into comic books but the new, the new mutants movie. Yeah that they've tried to. Release for like the last two years. They're actually going to release it but in. The pandemic and it's it's. Awesome. I. Yeah I kind of get it because it's like literally they had the girl from game of thrones in there at the little girl and like all these actors are getting so much older. Like. And just like this movie is already been on the burner for like two years, which means it's been like four years in production. It's like, wow, and so now they're just they're just dropping it in theaters. Pandemic, just me like. I don't Dunno. I mean. Man. Do. You think they're gonNA. Railway. I I want them to do that but I, mean, this feels like the final nail in the coffin to just be like Fox no longer gets to do X. Men stuff marvel. Bought up all that stuff they'll. They'll be a new wolverine, ten years shut. Up It's all fine. God. Whatever man honestly I can't think like I I like movies too but I rarely go out to see them in theaters. I'll watch them with my roommates at home or like buddies of mine at home like whatever we can find that's like fun or like we'll find a shitty DVD something like we watch like the really bad movies like. Why can't think of any like there's a whole list of them. I've made a bit of a profession. Watch you had no one. To nine here you I. Mean I love watching a bad movie just as much as a good movie like. Spend my night doing that I mean. That has been kind of helpful for you to just get together with friends and do like dumb. Dumb stuff I guess during the the quarantine have you been trying to be social? I have like so early on the way I did it was we would play quip lash on like twitch like one of us would setup twitch and face the camera at like the. Like play Quip Lash on Jack box games or something and or I would watch like kyle layers has like an a twitch stream that he would play games on and I would kind of just few that to be like, Hey, it's my buddy. He'd have me on or like you know, I set up calls to hang out with buddies on on the phone. So it's definitely like a social aspect that I enjoyed but I didn't see many people here, and in fact, it took me like months before even allowed myself to see anybody aside from my family. Because I I I have. I have sleep apnea varies like small airway to appoint where like even my the rest barrages I saw was like even if you were really thin and healthy, you would still have sleep apnea so like wow. So I was like okay. So I have a respiratory issue and this whole thing is a goddamn respiratory disease. So it's a virus that's going to attack that system. So I was terrified and for a guy who talks a big game about being ready to die I don't think. Ready to die. The second album. Yeah, that's the one you just keep adding it. I've seen I've seen your stand-up you are livewire, you are high high energy. Has, yeah reading ever been an issue because I mean like, I've been winded onstage I literally had to leave my last headlining weekend. One of the sets I called it at like thirty five minutes because I was just. Poured drenched in sweat and I just was like Oh shit. I'd ask for the for like a series of lights too. Just usually let me know sometimes just sometimes I'm like, give me a series. So I know where I'm out in this new sat and they just gave me so I was like All right guys I told you the whole set I'm drenched in sweat. By. And just had to go like, sit down and just drink waters and I apologize to the club. I was like they were like you went under and I was like, yeah, you know to be fair I didn't get lights and. I was dying of. Sweating. I I mean I don't think I've So for for what it's worth I don't really I don't get to do too long often like here in Canada like unless I'm on the road or something I like it's it's usually like at most thirty minutes or like. It. So but when I when I perform, it's not as it's not as high energy nonstop physically it is just like you know I'll I'll the part of it is that like the illusion of it being kind of like non stop or like high energy is more powerful than it being a for me you. Jim Carey. Right. Exactly you're you're definitely not running around, but I mean, it's like I can say for myself just talking really fast and being expressive. It's like an AMA. Like when I watched Hitler give impassioned speeches on like yes I get the brain. For this. Guy Commits. I. I believe in like just full committal you know and it's like so I don't know it can go any number of ways usually it's just pretty high energy..

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"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

10:08 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Nine. Yes. Please Sunglasses EMOJI and location. Slash business. Your flirt. Flirt. We're talking. Talking just before this, I was about to just do my bit. You know when you're in conversation, you're just about to start doing a bit. Yeah Buddy. But here's the thing that I appreciate that you said Oh well, I mean I have a bit about this. I could I and I. of course you know you like you go into it like you didn't walk up to me at a party like out barbecue is like you see that playing I Man. Crazy. Thing about planes is they got food on them Like. The Guy who likes seems like a total normal person with ideas. Thoughts and but he he runs out in about an hour probably less. But. Our Great. The. That's why don't just observational comics. Those guys are always sneaking bits into conversation. Yeah I'm always like hey. Hey. If you'RE NOT GONNA. Talk about how you WanNa die I don't WanNa talk. If you're not if you're. Not. Based like. something. Dark. No patience. Yeah. Or on the opposite side, if you're comedies designed to be a distraction from all the dark stuff because the dark stuff is so overwhelming in life. Then then also that's why we're friends. It's true. You're like you're kind of a polar opposite to me in in an odd way we became friends, but for the I can't understand why. I. Can because I was very charming and I Met You. You got new faces and I was like I'm a fan. You're. This is weird. Very. Nice. You're. You're close we're tucked in. Good boy. But I think we just like to giggle. I don't understand why. Do it but I think we just share that affinity for just you know life's a joke and it's On the nihilism. But you're about to do a bit and I. I I I I know in Segue into how lame is it would comics desperately tried to get into it. I wanted to hear the bit. All right. This is I love first of all, I need you to know how much I love this because I I miss seeing comics. That I like you know what I mean like a lot of comics they're not. First of all, I'd only get to keep up with you when you post a video, are you releasing? It's very, we tried to make it work where you'd come out to this side of the world but like it just hasn't worked out and then like I just miss seeing people that I enjoy live on stage or doing bids are like. Like my buddy will call me sometimes being like, Hey, I need to run this by somebody so I can hear it out loud and I I love it when it's somebody that I care about I, love it. But if I'm dodging a call maybe reconsider. It's an it's an odd thing that's like it's maybe more than half of the equation when it comes to stand up is the collaborative nature like you do an audience for to just bounce off of or to. See. You know more more so than that it seeing your friends and seeing what the tone of the room is and of the culture, and that informs like all drop whole bits. Because I just watched the show before and I'm like other exactly some of those bits are old. Some are just not ready yet, and this is the tone and and that's what keeps us all sharp. Is that weird? You know it's not as competitive as we think it's actually very collaborative and very like. Comedy. That's I missed that more than anything. WHO'S THE FUNNIEST Steve Harvey will decide who is the funniest sheild. Zoom. Comedian. Yeah, I mean it's cool and the top three Juggler, a hypnotist that somehow resume and a magician. Who walks away from a show and you're like, I only like this one person and everybody else sucks. Bad audience like we need to be not. Trying to invoke that kind of view. But let's let's also not forget that there are some shows that aren't as stacked as you want them to be. Inside. Your your in Montreal right now. Currently Montreal. Yes. Do. You speak you speak French right I do yeah. I I went to I. Went to French Highschool. I I'm perfectly bilingual, but it's A. Quebecois French. So it's like not as nice sounding as the France French. Superiors or. Reduced everyone's dismissive, it's you're bilingual. That's incredible to anybody in North America. Yeah but like when is that ever coming up in? North America aside from where I am right now like. I was just in Louisiana I went to I went to New Orleans in February and our cabdriver from the airport was. Also you speak French and I was like yeah, and then he started speaking I was like there's way too much creole in that French for me. Like so I can. Teeth to talk to it's Cajun French Sean Patton. Sean Patent insists that he can speak French and he. He and I have not been able to carry out a conversation. What I think modestly in this quarantine away to maybe make money is you you just double up your income by also recording everything you do in French and that's why we've we've done about seven minutes now. So we're GONNA switch to. Be Helpful for me I mean. Really, have much of a scene. In friendship it does it's kind of like the big spot in North America for French comedy in English comedy it's not really a big scene like there's some really like good decent comics that come out of Montreal but Toronto and Vancouver are really where it's at Montreal is is overshadowed by just for laughs and when a city has to shut down for two three weeks and you can't really do spots and then you know the comics that are visiting are like upset that overrun with local comics and you know like it doesn't it doesn't. It doesn't like shine on US favorably, and then the whole city is just like comedy out for those three weeks and then nobody really quite comes out to shows the comedy is the one place that's kind of made it work. But they did all this work only to be hit with this pandemic and that's you know I don't know how they're going to recover from that but they're working on it. Now seems to be the case you know. Well they've been open like because it's it's way better here than it is out there with. I'm jealous flipping the bird double birds at handyman. I seriously week one because I'm I could possibly apply for dual citizenship and my wife is Canadian, right? Yeah. We were. We were like, let's hit the fucking road out here. Yeah. I don't WanNA bunch of a bunch of our friends did and they don't they're kind of ambivalent about the decision. No one seems to have expressly been like this is substantially. Change for the better you know. But. I mean it would just be a whole issue if we moved. You know exactly it's it's a whole other thing but I really feel for the people who like moved right before like because there's some Canadian comics that moved right before they moved to L. A. of New York. And they were like all right ten years spent ten games visa at finally got this card. And then. The week we were supposed to meet Georgios. Immigration lawyer. Saddle up a bunch of the stuff that like we had gotten married in a rushmore. And it's all kind of like up in the air right now but it's all good. Yeah I mean. That's just see how much it's opening up right now in Canada. and. I just scheduled my first row data doing. Wuhan. China. Okay, gentlemen could for you just that hunt. Comedy Civil. And it's going to be awesome. Is it is it just you got somebody coming on the road with you METALLICA and Chris Rock Oh Dude you're set you're going now. Those two ax over there but they love me. So I think they'll shot the people you trust why not? Yeah. You told you said Chris Rock maybe next time you do a movie remember that I took you on the road. We got. To. Enact Chris rock out of nowhere decided his. Worth movie directing after doing all these independent, vaguely ripping off French cinema movie..

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02:43 min | 7 months ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"All about the universal super relatable humor of staring into the dark abyss. You get it. Get it. Hey how are you thanks for being here? This is a long episode. I had a long conversation with the old friend of mine. Mike Corozzo. He's Canadian comic I met him just for laughs long ago and He just immediately made a huge impression on me and we've just kept in touch. It's weird. I literally never do this like maybe four people on my hand I can count that I've ever really had an online friendship with I haven't seen this guy in years. And I think you'll enjoy the conversation with him. He's coming out with an album. In a little bit and we talk a lot about that process and shows we like and it's a fun time We also mentioned at the very end, the y'all lever listen to music playlist, which put up on spotify you can find it on my artists spotify. So if you check out Hampton whatever like Dardis page I have towards the bottom, there's y'all ever listen to music playlists, which I made collaborative, you guys can throw on. Tracks. I would recommend putting on at least just. Start with one, track and. You can't. I. Don't know and. Tell me why you put on that track and send an email to y'all ever email it gmail.com. y'All ever email gmail.com, and just tell me why you think this is a song. This group should here. I just did a Patriot episode where I read to emails and posted two songs on it and it was Super Fun. You guys to check it out. Check out all the Patriots on episodes I. Put out every Monday of this podcast pitchy on dot com slash y'all lever. For Five Bucks a month you know price of a sandwich. Cup of coffee whatever. You can support this podcast and this is how the podcast exists and keeps going and you get bonus content every week and I try and throw on a bunch of other stuff I just threw on. Some of stand up on their like my half hour. Special. Easy to. On the Patriot on and I hope you guys you know check it out. It's a good way to support the guest. All right. Let's jump in with my good pal. Mike. Carrozza. Support for this podcast comes from cdw Del Technologies. At cdw Gee, we get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging.

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Croatia Airlines Gets 5th Interim CEO in Two Years

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Croatia Airlines Gets 5th Interim CEO in Two Years

"Month contract. And they've done that five times in a row on Croatia Airlines is a small player in international aviation, but it's very important to the country. Because twenty percent of GDP comes from toll resume undefeated to get these tourists into the country or around the country, then having a national airline, which functions is terribly important now crusher outlines at any particular secret has been a lot of trouble. It's been reporting losses. Yeah. It's had to sell off things like it's Heathrow. Landing slots and the transport minister now says the line called survive without a strategic Paul and looking for a financial advisor to help find one which is what caused what here is it the absence of a steady hand at the helm, which has led to the situation getting worse. Ooh. Has the situation getting worse. Led to people having you know, having to leave the. The the person that I've. Did said was reappointed a couple of times he went off to go air. So of one of the Middle Eastern car Carrozza try and projects an image of being, you know, reasonable cost but high standard of service, presumably Gulf Aron content. If they think that that that that that the CEO doesn't have any particular talent in the industry rollover small liked the is up two left because, you know, go being rolling six-month contract, or I it just isn't a way that you can run an ally the issue, here's you've got a legacy airline, which has come out of the break up of Yugoslavia, which is being state Huns for all sorts of different reasons, you know, strategic important certainly, but then you get in Croatia. This funnily enough the fun. The former finance minister has just released a book called the death of crony capitalism. Well, we have a lot of encourage your fortunately, still despite the title of her book. And it just hasn't been a very well run ally. Over the as thank you very much for joining us on monocle twenty full. You're listening to the globalist.

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"carrozza" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"carrozza" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Start car championship? Yeah. Which some inexplicable reason. Over. That's right. So here we go, Shane athletes set. We'll see what should either race both races on the Sunday or weekends before because we'll see provides are taking notes of Taiwan dog. It's all about me anyway. So we'll see, ask consituency races across the weekend because British round the British round, don't in jeopardy. Have a super Sunday where you have all your race is on a Sunday and. Have it just just simplify. Just simplify it for everyone's sake. It doesn't make sense. It really doesn't other comments coming in Dari farquars and always will see should be back more by the manufactures as their as to buy that on the verge, which by tomorrow. Yes. In a way Bart bay space beggar, though, isn't a world superbike was founded on the principle of privacy teams apart from your Kathy. And then when Kawasaki Joan Carrozza hence why the factory teams in still now the factory factory teams in the nineties in the golden era and would. I mean, you can't really see. Manufacturers may be prioritizing well-supervised just because as as what was said. It's all basically road bikes, isn't it? When you've got SP, which is arguably a big championship than the world. Superbikes one just put your resources into into Bs bay, but it just shows how good baseball promotion promoters are they? No answer show. That's what we need. Should we just she would just gave well-supervised to MS Fe MSP are and have properly solved several issues that we go can either. Now. Donington pound look at improvement on that. You would us. What was it? They and nobody cares. Three thousand whatever it was. It was the final. Championship. And yeah, it was Bill among got possession for knows Billy manga if you don't, and I'm not gonna explain it. But yeah, Bill manga was and I was there at the weekend. But yeah, it's a, it's a huge testament now to to all the the staff, and especially the the vision, the atmosphere and MFA have for improving their circuits because when they when they do it when they make up grades to to their circuits, we just saw taken in our stride and we just take it for granted that that's how racer kit should beat. And we instantly forget. I go anyway, instantly forget at how bad facilities were before. MS VR took over for example. Now we have an almost uniform high level of standard across facilities at racetracks paddock services, whereas we go to in PSB well in in. Let's say over non speech, MB ships like. I don't know. I'm not. I'm not going to name and shame anyway, but other paddock's all the non bay owned race tracks, for example, don't necessarily have all those facilities and it's just, yeah mean it was the obvious thing for them to do to get Donnington for example. And I do genuinely think if MSP ran will superbikes would be show. It would be. Yeah. I mean, why imagine the possibilities that they could do with that? Probably never happen because why would Donna wants to give it to MS 'em so they could rival baron thing book. Just imagine that would be good. I think we've actually just solved well, superbikes I think we've actually done a thing. Sane it for years? No, I said it just. I always sponging. Anyway, move on yet. We will move on and talk about. So room is in just a moment because first of all, coming up in October and November, we are launching the very first ever motor sports awards. The motorsports awards going to be one of the. Biggest, I would say one of the biggest award categories and it is just amazing to to see the amounts of interest already in the awards categories and spans not just the drivers and riders and the the big categories obviously expect to to see in there but also rewards the industry, the motorsport industry because well, we will thinking, well exactly how can we do this, do it right, and not just focus on things like who at the most spectacular crushes from a fan point view, all things like all the most amazing race, it's all who has the best, whatever those categories are in there. Obviously Bata. There's lots of industry walls as well. Something for like best an annot. Forget the top of my head anyway. So some of the awards categories are..

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