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Boston Red Sox Pitchers Josh Taylor, Darwinzon Hernandez Test Positive For Coronavirus

Retirement Road Map

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Boston Red Sox Pitchers Josh Taylor, Darwinzon Hernandez Test Positive For Coronavirus

"In sports the Red Sox naming names on which players have contracted the Corona virus manager Ron Ron icky today, saying pictures, Josh Taylor and Darwin's and Hernandez Tested positive for the virus there waiting for the test results on one other player that would be starting pitcher Atwater Rodriguez, Nicky, detailed yesterday how they're trying to keep the players safe. One time we had probably too many guys a little close together, and we have to keep reminding them, but I've got to remind myself also, when I go to talk to somebody, so you know, the staff is trying to keep their mask on the best we can. So if we happen to get a little close, we have a mask on Nikki says Taylor has been isolating at a nearby hotel. Hernandez is in his home country of Venezuela. They've been placed on a special Corona virus Injured reserve list. Meanwhile, summer workouts will continue at Fenway for the

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Tuition Price Resets in the Age of the COVID Recession

Rosie on the House

05:01 min | 1 d ago

Tuition Price Resets in the Age of the COVID Recession

"Pandemic has accelerated a years long shift in bargaining power away from colleges and toward families. Which are quite prepared to treat tuition as they would a car's price, something toe haggle over. Here's this weekend's Jennifer Cash Enka When it comes to higher education, bargaining power, is shifting away from colleges and universities and toured families. Josh Mitchell has written about the shift for the Wall Street Journal and joins us now. Josh, What did you find out about tuition, while the pandemic has given families more leverage to bargain for tuition discounts when they are getting their offers from from schools. This was actually a trend that had Ah been going on before the pandemic. So this is a Preexisting friend that the pandemic has accelerated, But basically, schools are in a tight position. Right now. They Are expecting a possible enrollment decline. You know 11 reason, for example, is fewer international students are going to be going to school next year. On DH, You know, families are more price conscious. They've either lost jobs or their businesses of fan businesses. Their businesses have Um, been hurt by the pandemic. And so right now, you have this normal negotiation process that happens to clean family school and family find themselves in a better position now. Teo Archy for reduced to tuition. Josh, we talking about mostly private schools, or does this encompass, um public universities as well? But we are talking mostly about private schools, but this type of negotiation process is increasingly happening. At public schools and the context here is that For years and years. Uh, mostly private schools have turned to consultants to determine how much parents are are able and willing to pay. And so one of the things that's been happening for a while now is schools will collect a lot of data data on perspective. Students. Um this data includes, you know, sex race Where where they live. You know the exact address of where they live, whether their parents are college graduates or not, And this is in addition to what there. S a T scores are and what their high school deepa is. And then they send that data to consultants. You think crunched the numbers and come up with an algorithm to determine how much the next year's class will be willing to pay. And this is how schools for awhile now, particularly private schools have have come up with individual discounts for different students to again extract the most money they can. They're trying to figure out how willing How able you are to pay public colleges are now getting into this because public colleges you know, some of them are struggling, and so they need to figure out You know, how can they extract the most money from the next year's freshman class on DH? The schools will say, Look, this is not just for us to, you know, make money. This is also for us to determine You know which students need the most financial aid, But there's you know, several things going on here. They do want obviously maximize the money they're making. And they also want to determine how to help students that need help. The most. We're speaking with Josh Mitchell, The Wall Street Journal, Josh. Obviously, things air rather chaotic in the world right now, including what will happen in the fall or even in August, when colleges open up again. How far are families going and deciding or not deciding to enroll? Also, that's a good question, because one of the things that's going on this year there was a a consent decree between the Justice Department and one of the main trade groups for colleges that was signed. Late last year, and basically that consent decree said that colleges are now able to recruit students beyond May 1. There used to be this hard deadline where if a student had committed to a school, then other competing schools could not dangle offers, if it was beyond may want will that That industry rule has now been scrapped. Which means there are a lot of students who have even right now have not committed to a school where in prior years they would have done so by now. And so you're seeing a lot of bargaining and negotiation. Between families and schools go on far later in the year, then we would see in prior years and you know, some of the consultants for these families that I'd talk to, you know, are saying this could go on for another few months? Because I think there is a lot of uncertainty, and I think you know families. Not only are they trying to bargain lower tuition, they're also trying to decide whether they're going And there Kids to score whether they're adult Children are going to go to school. Given that they don't know if they're campus. Is there going to be open? They don't know what the experience is going to be like, so there is still a lot of uncertainty.

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Praying for Unreached People Groups - Matthew 24:14

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:41 min | 4 d ago

Praying for Unreached People Groups - Matthew 24:14

"Chapter Twenty Four Verse Fourteen. Jesus says, and this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come. So there's. A good bit of discussion. Even debate over exactly what this verse means. I take it pretty straightforward like this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all the nations, and then the end will come. We know we're all of history is headed revelation chapter, five revelation chapter seven, every nation tribe, tongue, and people gathered around the throne of Jesus singing, his praises for his salvation, which means this gospel of the. The kingdom will have been proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to every tribe tongue, people and nation. Now the confusing thing is says in the end will come. There are some who would say well while we talk about six to seven thousand people groups. Tribes Times languages nations that are still unreached by the Gospel. Suzette means you just couldn't like. Come back tomorrow and. Absolutely Jesus could come back tomorrow or today, I. Pray that he would come Jesus. Come quickly, so we don't know that we have nations. People groups defined exactly like revelation chapter, five or seven would define them, but we do know this much. Jesus hasn't come back yet. And the Gospels still needs to go to people who've never heard it so I hope that through this pray the word podcast you've been exposed to to praying for unreached people groups. One of the resources I use on an almost daily basis is the unreached of the day APP from. From the Josh Project so I would encourage you if you have not already downloaded unreached to the day APP from the Joshua Project to do that. It'll take sixty seconds of your day to pray each day for people group in the world has yet to hear the gospel of the Kingdom, and so I wanNA lead us to pray for the unreached group of today. The dogs young people of China. Let me just tell you a little bit about him. They're six hundred and forty two thousand of them. And this APP says the Dongsheng region is a desolate arid place. The moonlight landscape other Muslims in China do not consider the Xiang to be a part of the Islamic faith because of their involvement in drug and prostitution rackets not long after the dog. Xiang I arrived in China. They were converted to Islam by nineteen forty nine. When the Communists took over China, there was one mosque for every thirty Deng homes and one paid Muslim worker for every nine families, the majority of Dongxiang belong to the old sect, which emphasizes worshipping at the tombs of Muslim saints. This APP goes on to say. There has never been a single known church or Christian among the Dong Xiang. I WANNA Lead us. Pray that the gospel of the Kingdom would be proclaimed among the Dunk Xiang God. We ask for that right now knowing. This is your will. Knowing from your word revelation five. Jesus purchased people for God from every tribe. Language? People in nation. We. Know you love the dengue people. And most of them. Have Never even heard the gospel of the kingdom, and so we prayed that that would change gotTa repay for the Han Chinese church, the majority ethnicity in China we pray. That Han Christians would take the Gospel to the dengue. Sean Connery Parade that you raise up missionaries from other countries to take the Gospel to the Dunxian God we pray the Dog Xiang would know the gospel of the Kingdom, the good news of Your grace of your authority and rain, and rule and grace and mercy as king. Jesus, we prayed a your name would be proclaimed among the Dunk Xiang, and then they would know your salvation. We we long for the day when we will gather around your throne with every tribe tongue. Including the Deng Xiang, we will sing, your praises so God bringing about We pray Matthew Twenty. Four, Fourteen made this gospel of the Kingdom. Be proclaimed as a testimony to all the nations including the Dong Jiong Bray. And we do we pray Lord. You would come the you would come quickly, and you would help us help us to live with zeal for your return. Help us to live with zeal to make this gospel of the kingdom known to proclaim it among all the nations including the Dengue Xiang. That you might receive the glory you are do day might receive the grace that you desire to give them God. We pray for the Dog Xiang and thousands of other groups of people like them. May this gospel of the Kingdom be proclaimed as a testimony to all the nations, and may you return Lord Jesus to receive the reward of your sufferings. The praise of all the people groups on the earth. We greatest in Jesus name. Amen.

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A-Rod, Jennifer Lopez Among Seven MLB Pre-Approved Potential Buyers For New York Mets

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

A-Rod, Jennifer Lopez Among Seven MLB Pre-Approved Potential Buyers For New York Mets

"Potential buyers for the Mets that have been pre approved by Major League Baseball. Two of them are known one headed by Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez, have been joined by Vitaminwater founder Mike Happily. Another group is fronted by Josh Harris and David Blitzer, who owned the Mets of the Devils. That is they want on the Mets real estate investors. The Reuben brothers are also said to have an interest in the Mets. This report says the sale of the Mets could move quickly. Opening bids are expected to come. In July.

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

WAOK On Air

02:40 min | 6 d ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Tonight I think it's exciting to see what Newton can do a healthy Newton with Josh McDaniels and bill ballot check in this offense sieve juggernauts if you well and remember McDaniels they run a very innovative offense that Matt Werner ram mentioned it last hour in twenty ten they draft Gronk Aaron Hernandez they go to that too tight and sat before everybody else they have in the NFL did then it's copy cats city they hurried up shortly thereafter before chip Kelly was even hired by the eagles and now that's commonplace and this new read option type offense the Newton is a master of the patriots haven't done it given Tom Brady's obvious limitations in that category so this picture offense last year was a boring offense to watch it was a slog it was a struggle it wasn't exciting it was the first time where if you're a patriots fan you looked wistfully at the other teams and said why why can't we have Josh Allen yeah there is a ton of pics but always teases interesting to watch why why can't we have Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes Ryan Tannehill why why can't we have to Shawn Watson why can't we have a quarterback who can move a little bit who can do more than the ball on the territory a five yard screen pass to a double covered Julian Edelman why well healthy cam Newton gives the patriots a more dynamic offensive attack I mean let's face it this was not a very good offense with Tom Brady especially in the second half of last season I think that there is that thirsty to try something new in belt check the is a really smart guy and smart people want new challenges and I think him new night I think introducing that element of offense which is going to come anyway because Jarrett Stidham is more mobile too so either way the patriots were gonna introduce more of that read option modern type NFL offense but and I think that excite spell check and probably excites McDaniels and in terms of where they're going as a running a running based offense Newton obviously is far more dynamic in that category the Brady too and if Sony Michelle returns to form a franchise and left guard this offseason me not to the patriots about their starting center David Andrews back healthy and they have three guys who can now play full back including two players who they drafted this year that's clearly the direction the patriots are moving find a really good and versatile defense and I Bella check as one league does this as the week goes this way Belichick is going that way and that you see that the roster construction of this team and I can even help

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Judge in George Floyd case tells attorneys, officials, and family to limit public statements

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 6 d ago

Judge in George Floyd case tells attorneys, officials, and family to limit public statements

"Pretrial Publicity's is on the minds of everyone in Minneapolis. The judge's warning that he's likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in Floyd State floor in George Floyd's death out of Minneapolis and public officials and attorneys continues speaking out about the case. Reporter Josh I'm Josh Campbell has the latest from the Hennepin County Courthouse. One of the attorneys actually said that made an accusation against the attorney for the family of George Floyd, saying that he was leaking information that was presented to him from the state's attorney general. The judge admonishing everyone in this case, saying that enough with the public comments that he wants this court is trial tried in court. He wants to see motions and pleadings, not press statements as it relates to these defendants and the members of the government, although he did not issue a formal Dag order, in addition to possibly changing the venue, moving the trial elsewhere. It's not clear on whether the officers will be tried together or separately. Drugs set a tentative trial date March 8th for the four former police officers charged in the death of George

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Cam Gets Signed

NFL Live

04:39 min | 6 d ago

Cam Gets Signed

"Well there was big news coming last night. Courtesy of our Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen former MVP cam. Newton is a free agent. No more instead Newton is heading to new. England to join forces with bill, Belichick and follow in the footsteps of another MVP Tom Brady. And Cam Newton's cryptic fashion. He had this to say the instagram. I'm excited because I know what right now all praise to God dropping contact tomorrow. I hope you're ready Hashtag. Let's go pat. And so now we know, and we'll start with Adam Schefter, and our health hall of Famer. Steve Young One one. Just tell us how we got here. How did this deal get done? Listen I think it took Cam Newton a little bit of time to recognize that there was not a thirty plus million dollar a year job on the market when you released two weeks into the free agent signing period not only that there's not an obvious starting job that's out there, and so the longer this went on, and the less he heard from teams, and there really was nobody that he heard from the more he recognized that he had to find the right spot. And if you're going to find the right spot, there's nothing wrong with taking new. England Riga tour with Bill Belichick and Josh mcdaniels, and the new quarterbacks coach Jed fish in an offense. That obviously is going. Going to be trying to replace Tom Brady where you're competing with the guy like Jarret, Stidham hasn't proven that he can play yet in the NFL and so cam. Newton goes to New England on a one year deal where he gets to reestablishes value show that he's healthy, and over the shoulder and foot injuries that he has been dealing with the last two years, and this is the the place that he now tries to relaunch his NFL career at the age of thirty one, which should be most quarterbacks, the prime of their career, no question and Adam. How likely is it that this is in effect? A one year auditioned for Cam to be with the Patriots beyond this season. Wendy what I would say is this if Cam Newton plays well, the Patriots obviously would be interested in resigning him, and if not, they have the ability to move on from him. It depends on how the year goes. It's difficult to forecast that right now. All we know is that the Patriots signed a former. Most Valuable Player who won that award in two thousand fifteen, who has tremendous ability who goes into this offense, and now we'll have to learn it, which is not going to be an easy task in a shortened off season for put as the ability to be dominant quarterback. If he can pick up that system if he plays that way, you would think that no one would not let him out. Out, the door, but again there's a whole year. They WANNA see Newton. They WANNA see them. They want to see a year goes to. It's truly to say that just yet well. Yeah, I mean a lot can happen in a year. We've all we've all seen that in Steve. How do you like the fit between cam? Newton and what he brings on the field and the New England patriots. When healthy. Rusted Cam Newton mean it's like. Manna from heaven right I mean in many ways I, think Josh, mcdaniel and Bill Belichick sitting around a lot of times. Saying. Could you imagine what we could do with this guy or that? Guys? They play these players. Run the League, and they see them in places where I'm sure they say because they're supreme of conference. Not Hubris just supreme confidence that if we could get a hold of him what we could do with him, and we can really expend on what you're seeing around the league. What we can do is special, and so I'm sure they're saying this about. If Cam comes in his foot is okay. Because we know the arm is all right, we should. We saw that early last year before. So. We know that he's healthy. If his what is good and he can move, you've got. Hungry. Sophisticated and the type caliber Blair in New England, where you have bill and Josh saying you can't imagine what we're GonNa, do with this kid and so I think that's I. think that's the conversation. That's happening right now. New England, Steve. Look it's anybody's guess at this point, but you. You have an opinion very qualified one. What do you believe the likelihood? Is that Cam Newton? Is the Patriots Starting Quarterback Week One? Again if healthy, if he can move around, I can't imagine them with his talent level, and what they think they can do them again. It becomes a you know it's a proof point for what they're out to show their out to show that we can do special things with special players, and so it's it becomes A. A right of passage to be in New England, and that we can take somebody, and we can show you amazing things that can be done and they've done that with flair after play after player so Cam Newton and healthy can move around. I. It's GonNa be, too. It's like a gravitational force when it's to special to be able to show what they can do with a great Cam Newton. Yeah,

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Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

One Bills Live

03:33 min | 6 d ago

Boston's New England Patriots Cam Newton is the greatest QB in his division

"Further proven otherwise can't noon is now the best quarterback in his division right I mean he's the best quarterback in the division right now I mean he's won a lot of games and he's thrown a lot of touchdowns and he's big and he's strong and he's good mostly like arm he's good yeah and Alan and Donna are unproven they are and could that change after four weeks this year yeah that could change like cam Newton could end up getting benched for ineffective play and can't and and Josh Allen and Sam Darnold both look hot out of the gates and both are leading football in passing state statistic that could totally happen and I could you know eat my words I don't want to say I don't expect that to happen I sure hope it happens but as it stands right now to day and this is a criticism I have of people who are like Nate you said cam Newton could be better than Tom Brady this year are you crazy Tom Brady from five years ago and I just want to stop you there because this is a top twenty from five years ago this is Tom Brady from right now and Tom Brady right now is not the Tom Brady of even four or five months ago he is forty something I'm almost thirty and I can barely play thirty six holes of golf without needing a jacuzzi tub in a backrub so don't give up right now I know Tom Brady's in slightly better shape than me I will concede that he likely has a slightly more rigorous workout regimen I get it he might be paying slightly more money to you know trainers and consultants slightly more I will concede that but the idea that we can't say cam Newton to day right now side by side with Tom Brady and cam Newton if you're going to tell me that he is better I I I don't I don't know about that I I just I think if you got a look at it from a non biased lands in say yes Tom Brady has warped and walloped this team for twenty years I respect the hell out of Tom Brady and if you don't I don't know what you've been watching but what I'll say is if you compare the two two day not you can't cherry pick this you can't say Tom Brady from two years ago in cam Newton from six years ago like add up but that's that's not what we can do here in this in this argument so I don't know I think it's really interesting I think we're going to figure out what you have in cam Newton pretty early on but it can't do is healthy pestilence seven wins at least for the new in the pictures I don't know what you could have penciled in you know yesterday Saturday before cam Newton came out like that I don't know what you can pencil maybe you maybe you're thinking with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer whatever combination into going with their maybe you think therefore when football team I think that's crazy to think that with that defense yeah the news Kyle van Noy there was a couple other pieces but like that's again a defense that was literally last year considered maybe from a from an actual roster district and advanced analytics they appoint the best defense ever in terms of scoring and yardage output the fact that they're gonna lose one two players from a defense return everybody else that they're just gonna take this big dry I don't know

Cam Newton reaches deal with the New England Patriots

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Cam Newton reaches deal with the New England Patriots

"In football cam Newton heading to New England the former NFL MVP has agreed to a one year deal to join bill Belichick and the New England Patriots ESPN's Dan Orlovsky says this move automatically makes the pats a contender in the AFC once again but if he's healthy this is a problem for the A. S. C. because now the patriots certainly have somebody at the quarterback position that's got experience that's got talent and any any any way that Josh McDaniels probably has never had both in the run game and a multiplicity they can do with that scheme Newton had spent the last nine years and I suppose the first nine years of his career as a Carolina

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Could 60 Games Mean a Bad Team From Last Year Will Be Your 2020 World Series Champion?

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:45 min | Last week

Could 60 Games Mean a Bad Team From Last Year Will Be Your 2020 World Series Champion?

"What to expect with baseball's return, and that's where I start okay. Baseball's back and you are what you are angry. It took this long fair. You're indifferent because you already hated it or I guess that's really in different. If you hate the game and you don't care, it's even coming back and you just made fun of it the whole time during this public display of not being able to figure out okay I. Get that one, too, but there's probably a lot of us is gonNA. Throw it on now. The problem is baseball should have been back before. Let's say what a week before the NBA. NBA gets to sing rolling and I don't know how much crossover there is between NBA and baseball fan I'd imagine there's probably more crossover between the NFL and the NBA Fan, but who cares whatever we got this thing back and I. Still Really like baseball and I always thought it was going to happen. There's a specific reason. Why was finally work out? No matter what version of what we have get to that and a little bit because there was a couple of reporters that we're actually seeing like as it's probably over probably doomed. Okay then it's definitely coming back now. Because remember the rules when you're on television, it sounds a lot better. If you're an opinion, person sports saying it's the death of baseball, and I'm now going to write the verbal obituary in. It's never coming back. WHOA, that's a good clip makes a really good video. Good sound bite. Let's play that on the radio. Show a little bit later today, or you could be on the desk and say. They'll probably figure it out, and that's not as exciting, but it's the accurate on the. I would say. It's the lane that I've been in this entire time, so let's take a close. Look at what we have. 'cause look out, folks I the Internet last night and I looked up some baseball stuff. We got sixty games normal playoffs. Thank God good on that a little bit later. But what is sixty games me? Baseball's weird. You can have bad teams. Put together a decent sixty games and could team go forty and twenty. Sure, but I think a Lotta. These teams are going to be right around five, hundred, thirty, five, twenty five, and then you're going link. Think how little! The discrepancy could be look at how the playoff chase ends now in September with the advancement of you know the different kind of playoff alignments they have and I don't like some of the extra game stuff, but it all has been really really exciting. The last few years of what we've seen in more than last five years of what we've gotten out of the baseball plaster incredible incredible. Scenes, finishes and all sorts of drama. In scares me a little bit that the product has been great in the postseason, and if not really helping the rest of the months, but if you look at and I did this I look back at some of the worst teams in baseball interlock. Place all right Toronto Toronto. At one point was twenty nine and fifty two, and then they went twenty, two and twenty over forty two game stretch. That's a sixty seven. When teen played two games over five hundred for Forty Games San Francisco. You Ask all right here. You Go last year twenty six and thirty eight at one point, and then ended up at fifty, five and fifty three, so they want on that Mastro. That's a forty four game stretch were San. Francisco played twenty nine. Nine and fifteen baseball they were a seventy seven and eighty-five team, but more folks I tried the best I could find from their stretches, fourteen and thirteen. That was an awful awful baseball team. Remember Seattle last year against smaller sample. They started the year thirteen and to remember although Seattle tweets they were twenty, five and thirty five, and that was a bad baseball team. How about this one? Miami was ten thirty one on May Fifteenth, then they stretched it to forty one in sixty three. That's a bad baseball team that from Miami. That's a bad baseball team. That from the middle of May to the end July played thirty one and thirty two baseball. That's crazy, and then you have Detroit. Who was actually eighteen and twenty, and if you forgot how many games Detroit one last year I don't blame you because I did to the Tigers in forty seven games and I couldn't find anything that was thirty and thirty over sixty game stretch, but over forty they were two games under five hundred, so we could have some really weird stuff. Now you could have a cy young winner be six and four. You could have with the second base being occupied an extra inning games. The unintended part of that is we could just have a walk fest, and all these extra things, but I'm not sitting here clamoring for. For more extra innings, even though I used to like it when I watch the Games, I can also understand that basically these managers now don't even WanNa. Play them because they'd rather not burn out there. They'd rather take the loss that day. Burn out their arms for an entire week. At least that's what they tell us. All the time is somebody hits four hundred. No, thank you by the way nobody's hit three fifty cents Josh Hamilton like ten years ago. We've had four years over the past four years. Excuse me, five hitters have hit twenty home runs over the first sixty games, so look at maybe twenty. Twenty being. You're leading home run number, and there's all sorts of other things how you're gonNA. Use Your roster with thirty, two twenty eight to twenty six. You'RE GONNA. Call up different players, and how you're gonNA use your

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Airtable And Virtual Interns

Topgold Audio Clips

04:15 min | Last week

Airtable And Virtual Interns

"Hey is Sabrina Goldbach Guy am a virtual intern advisor. Trait? A making a topcoat audio clip episode five to nine, sharing this into the audio collective. It's a group of voices, probably thirty different voices during the month of June twenty twenty for the last ten years. Different voices have come together and shared experiences so I've picked up experiences about workflow and how to pitch for projects, and what kind of to read from different people who take time out of their day to offer suggestions. And bought some of his books and I've improved. Some of my workflow is going down going down some rabbit holes of better nutrition and Diet thank you for the audio commentary today I wanNa share something that has pivoted on the back of suggestions about workflow that people like Phil Sorrow and K Truitt. To Brits on. The autumn audio collective shared how they've done work so I've gone down. A pathway of a virtual spreadsheet caught air table with two interns, doing virtual internships with another person who's on the audio collective Joshua. Farrell Hurley and the bunch of us are taking content Josh made podcast, and we're using air table as a framework scaffolding to kind of track the section of old audio that Joshua's made into short audio Graham suitable for. And twitter. So the NOB- of what I'm saying, is this. Collaboration is essential, but to make sure. Don't get confused as of what you're doing to make. Sure all pulling in the same direction. It's really important to be on the same project tracking. Or to have updates at sometimes can occur eight synchronous league, which is what an online spreadsheet or online project manager will do for you. Now are flavor of the month. Is Air table because? Well. It's got the legs to do the stuff in templates that. Make sure you don't make mistakes that previous creatives might have made. Her table provides templates, templates, videographers cinema- cinematography cinematographers. We're just modifying it I simple simple audio production, and the result well probably show up if Corey and ORLA the. Two students involved do a good job that will probably show up in their Lincoln status updates when they kind of say, here's how I'm doing this with this particular piece of software, and maybe they'll get a thumbs up or a recommendation from the company spur line that they're making the content for, or maybe they'll just learn how to do it better, and over the course of the summer, a become better and more efficient than in the production of creative media products. I work on the climate digital campus. We train students to do this quite frankly. The workum asking them to do during the virtual internship is not as complex as what they'd have to do in a time studio environment when there slicing and dicing in correcting video content or approving the audio. Content for work. Could they've done in the field? But it is time pressurized and the emphasis on being able to adapt the workflow. To future projects they would have on academics. Academic programs are. In mixers they go pitch for an actual jobs. Air! Table is these define on many social networks. It was daylight gambler. For some insider information and I'm top goal over lots of different places to follow how this thing unfold them sure within a week or so. If you listen to quote audio clips, I'll give you an update otherwise inside viewed. I E is a website that I maintain irregularly. Put something about air table over there because I like the software by pay to use it and I hope to have students learn. How to do things better. With good tracking and good attention to detail,

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Airtable And Virtual Interns

Topgold Audio Clips

04:15 min | Last week

Airtable And Virtual Interns

"Hey is Sabrina Goldbach Guy am a virtual intern advisor. Trait? A making a topcoat audio clip episode five to nine, sharing this into the audio collective. It's a group of voices, probably thirty different voices during the month of June twenty twenty for the last ten years. Different voices have come together and shared experiences so I've picked up experiences about workflow and how to pitch for projects, and what kind of to read from different people who take time out of their day to offer suggestions. And bought some of his books and I've improved. Some of my workflow is going down going down some rabbit holes of better nutrition and Diet thank you for the audio commentary today I wanNa share something that has pivoted on the back of suggestions about workflow that people like Phil Sorrow and K Truitt. To Brits on. The autumn audio collective shared how they've done work so I've gone down. A pathway of a virtual spreadsheet caught air table with two interns, doing virtual internships with another person who's on the audio collective Joshua. Farrell Hurley and the bunch of us are taking content Josh made podcast, and we're using air table as a framework scaffolding to kind of track the section of old audio that Joshua's made into short audio Graham suitable for. And twitter. So the NOB- of what I'm saying, is this. Collaboration is essential, but to make sure. Don't get confused as of what you're doing to make. Sure all pulling in the same direction. It's really important to be on the same project tracking. Or to have updates at sometimes can occur eight synchronous league, which is what an online spreadsheet or online project manager will do for you. Now are flavor of the month. Is Air table because? Well. It's got the legs to do the stuff in templates that. Make sure you don't make mistakes that previous creatives might have made. Her table provides templates, templates, videographers cinema- cinematography cinematographers. We're just modifying it I simple simple audio production, and the result well probably show up if Corey and ORLA the. Two students involved do a good job that will probably show up in their Lincoln status updates when they kind of say, here's how I'm doing this with this particular piece of software, and maybe they'll get a thumbs up or a recommendation from the company spur line that they're making the content for, or maybe they'll just learn how to do it better, and over the course of the summer, a become better and more efficient than in the production of creative media products. I work on the climate digital campus. We train students to do this quite frankly. The workum asking them to do during the virtual internship is not as complex as what they'd have to do in a time studio environment when there slicing and dicing in correcting video content or approving the audio. Content for work. Could they've done in the field? But it is time pressurized and the emphasis on being able to adapt the workflow. To future projects they would have on academics. Academic programs are. In mixers they go pitch for an actual jobs. Air! Table is these define on many social networks. It was daylight gambler. For some insider information and I'm top goal over lots of different places to follow how this thing unfold them sure within a week or so. If you listen to quote audio clips, I'll give you an update otherwise inside viewed. I E is a website that I maintain irregularly. Put something about air table over there because I like the software by pay to use it and I hope to have students learn. How to do things better. With good tracking and good attention to detail,

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Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

Robert Pratt

00:58 sec | Last week

Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

"State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says that regulation of the state's fracking industry has been a failure he released it to your grand jury report on how residents have suffered why people get stores from our infirmities were fracking is going all right children routinely wake up with blood pouring out of their nose for when livestock dies why are they dying the report's most critical of the state department of environmental protection which appear says has a cozy relationship with the industry it makes eight recommendations including requiring the industry to disclose the chemicals it uses and ending the revolving door between the industry and public employees both Este de P. and natural gas industry take exception to this report the DP says the wolf administration inherited a flawed ideological approach to regulation and has worked to correct it Marcellus shale coalition statement says the industry's clear and collaborative approach to regulation encourages safety and unfortunately is not reflected in this report which we are reviewing

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3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

AP News Radio

01:09 min | Last week

3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

"Hi as Mike the nation Ross grapples you're reporting with house racial speaker Nancy injustice Pelosi three unveils workers a new at obamacare a Michigan youth facility bill are criminally house speaker charged Nancy Pelosi with the black has announced teen's a plan death that would well expand what subsidies South Carolina allowing more officer people to is qualify cleared of for wrongdoing the affordable Care in the Act fatal this shooting is about the lives of Michigan prosecutors charging the livelihood three staffers at the lakeside of the academy American people with involuntary hello sees announcement manslaughter came just sixteen one day year old before Cornelius the trump administration Fredericks was expected was restrained to file on papers the ground with in the late Supreme April Court after arguing throwing a the sandwich ACA is his unconstitutional family's lawyer says he hello went she into criticized cardiac the arrest administration's after unrelenting screaming out efforts to I take can't down breathe obamacare in Columbia noting there South is Carolina a pandemic was wrong any time now officer Kevin beyond Davis stupid will not be charged in a statement in the fatal White House shooting spokesman of seventeen Judd Deere said year old pelo Josh see ruff is just and playing in April politics body might cam cross video your Washington catches the chase the prosecutor says robin pulling a gun this made him a threat to sunny Arizona as police chiefs offer to resign after the April death of a suspect in handcuffs who is placed face down and three officers in Wilmington North Carolina are fired caught on video making racist remarks one even called for a civil war to quote white but black people off the map I'm Jackie Quinn

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3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

AP News Radio

01:09 min | Last week

3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

"As the nation grapples with racial injustice three workers at a Michigan youth facility are criminally charged with the black teen's death well what South Carolina officer is cleared of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Michigan prosecutors charging three staffers at the lakeside academy with involuntary manslaughter sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks was restrained on the ground in late April after throwing a sandwich his family's lawyer says he went into cardiac arrest after screaming out I can't breathe in Columbia South Carolina officer Kevin Davis will not be charged in the fatal shooting of seventeen year old Josh ruff and in April body cam video catches the chase the prosecutor says robin pulling a gun this made him a threat to sunny Arizona as police chiefs offer to resign after the April death of a suspect in handcuffs who is placed face down and three officers in Wilmington North Carolina are fired caught on video making racist remarks one even called for a civil war to quote white but black people off the map I'm Jackie Quinn

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Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

Filmspotting

04:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive

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Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

Filmspotting

04:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive today. WHO has survived millions of years of evolution? Without Change. Without Passion. And without logic. It lives to kill a mindless eating machine. It will attack. And Devour. Anything. It is as if God. Created the devil. Gaping. Jaws. Sometimes. Probably often we have a convenient hook for one of these setups that doesn't really reflect the whole substance of our conversation about a movie, but a convenient hook is a convenient hook, which is all to say for those of you who aren't particularly interested in hearing a discussion of jaws framed around our current administration. Just give us a little wiggle room. Here I'm pretty confident, were both more excited to talk about Steven Spielberg's camera tricks then his politics, but it's a little. Little Eerie how prescient his game changing nineteen seventy-five blockbuster is forty five years later. The movie The promise will never go in the water again also presents an all too dangerously familiar type of huckster politician, a crisis who fails to heed the warnings of scientists dramatically downplays and dismisses the potential loss of life can't wait to pat himself, and his cronies on the back loves to PREEN FOR A TV camera and who demands those beaches be open because business demands. They be open. Sorry even the scary shark movie is actually about Corona. Virus and I'm far from the only one who noticed my twitter timeline has jumped the snark over the past couple of months including this from frank rich just a few nights ago. Commenting on a New York Times breaking news tweet read Vice President Mike Pence encourage governors to repeat a misleading claim about corona virus outbreaks rich wrote. Pence makes the jaws mayor look like Churchill. Mayor. Von is played with a pen. See an affable smugness by Murray Hamilton and one line I'd always kind of overlooked. This struck me on. This rewatch is when he's spurning. The please of Roy Scheider is chief Martin Brody and Richard Dreyfuss is Matt. Hooper to keep the beaches closed on July Fourth America's Day, to celebrate its independence and preeminence. Any explains I. Don't think either one of you are familiar with our problems.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

15:18 min | Last month

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Pooch cake is a little different though. You'RE ONE OF THOSE ONSIDE. Kicks you know who? Yeah Yeah did you get to wear different shoes? Did your soccer cleats? I had a I had of course the one shooter on my on my left which was my foot that does not kick which is what everybody else on. The team was wearing and I had a Samba Sambas. Sure Soccer Sama's that was my Go-to For All my right foot interesting guy. Yeah what are people fucking up? What annoys you most about people who are about to buy or sell a house? Well look I think that you should spend the time. If you're going to buy a house you should spend the time researching yourself to really understand what you want Because that way that will make our job a lot easier and we'd be a lot more effective if we know exactly what you want. You've done some market research yourself Stanley. A lot of people don't have time to do that. So that's cool. What is cool? Is that now with all of these different? Apps out there and websites you're able almost to find houses without me except you want me to negotiate that deal because the fact is where you might able to see. Oh well I know because of Zillow I know what other houses I wanNA see right now. Which you don't know. Is that houses on the wrong side of the street. They're about to knock the house down Next door which you want no because I represent the developers you're going to be living next to a construction site for two years that's where the expertise comes in what we're doing. It's not rocket science. But if you're the best of the best you're GonNa know all of those things but what are you like? Are there any things? You're taking someone down a deal and they bail and it just kills you for like certain people overly emotional is there. Is there a blind spot for most people where you're like you are letting this sabotage? What is best for you? Yeah so high. So like I've seen deals I've seen deals fall apart over couches. Like a three million dollar house egos gotten involved. They wanted them to leave the couch in the living room. They said screw off. We're not leaving this couch and next thing you know the deals dead and I'm like what is wrong with you so a lot times. By the way I've bought more couches in washers and dryers than anyone on the planet. Yeah do you do that? When do you give up some of your commission to make sure the deal goes so I you know not not often unless it's at the end of the day I do what's best for my client and so if it means I gotTA throw in a couple of bucks for a Washer Dryer to make sure the deal doesn't die? Of course. It's worth my time to do that? As opposed to doing another deal in starting from zero again. But you know you get what you pay for you go in for surgery. You don't You know meet with the doctors and decide to go with the cheapest you go with the best. So you're going to get what you pay for but also what I'm seeing is You know in kids coming out of college. I want to be in real estate. And they see all these shows right million dollar listing or any of these other shows and Go Oh that's great. I Love I. Don't Wanna be rich because I liked the car that dross jaw drives or something like that and then I get emails. I get one thousand emails a week. People who want to come work for us and it's like an nine hundred of them are. Hey I I wanna work for you because I want to be rich and I WANNA work in Beverly Hills and this like you have one opportunity to email me right and that's what you're emailing me like everything in the world. You just want to do what I do. Because you wanna be rich like what are you talking about and so it's disappointing? Seeing how lazy the next generation is coming at school. I get emails sometimes like randomly. I'll have a business email that goes to management and whatnot but I've accessed to it too so I'll look at times and people will be like. Hey can you help me get into modeling a model and I WANNA start a modeling career? And they won't attach their photos. Fucking idiot Mike. We're some photos. Kills me and like like. Don't worry like I've got the photos if you if you email me back. I'm like oh I need to another stay with you like. When did you hope that I be on my God? You are so striking looking. I must represent you. Whatever do that because I'm actually looking for some modeling gigs? Only for he Hebrew schools so boats child for that. It's perfect it's perfect. Yeah yeah absolutely. I'll send you through my bar Mitzvah. So how many people do you have worked for you? Now I gotTa vow all in all where whereabouts. So what's that like right because you go from and this is an interesting thing and it's in a lot of different businesses and I always go. I always talk about it when you go from the writer to the show runner role right so in theory. You're you're a lieutenant but inevitably you're not a mover of people but you're very good at what you do and then you get elevated to the show runner job which is like the big exciting job. But now you're in charge of people like yeah now you're managing people so Half of my day is managing the other. You know eighteen agents You gotta you gotTa have a specific type of personality to be successful at that you got to want to be in that position so I know people who have teams underneath them that don't manage at all because they just don't like it and they can't do it But I'd like doing it. I think everybody who works for me is is one of a kind and has the potential to be huge. Which is why they work for me. Which is why we go through a process finding the right people so I find that. It's worth the time to put in because my agents pound for pound. I think we're the best team on the planet period and I'll put them up against anybody so if they need my help. Closing deals good. Let's do it because they also make money off of them right. Yeah is there now. You have like a family in two kids and the whole thing and I would imagine that to level of balancing especially with his obsessed as you are with your work and were prior to that but is there a level of like Like kids got a soccer game but I got to close this deal. Yeah well it's It's definitely a balance and it's definitely unbalanced right now. I'm not going to sit on this Podcasts at it's perfect to kids. And now I I know the meaning of life. It's easy it's impossible. Yeah impossible running a successful business and being as good as far as I can be my wife and I struggle with that. It's she works. Runs my office with me. So it's tough. We're in a twenty four seven job. It's a lifestyle job so there's a lot of things we miss but we do our best to be everywhere. Good news is these days all I need a cell phone and I can close as many deals anywhere in the world that I want But you know it's it's it's definitely balanced but you have to pick out certain times like for the last decade. I never shut off. My phone was picked up no matter what but now that I have two kids like. I'll pick out a time from six to fifteen. Yeah is six to seven every night. I don't answer my cell phone and it's because that's the moment because even though it's not a lot of time being with my kids every day they get a hundred and ten percent of me for that hour and it's so valuable and I will say you know having my daughter. Hug Me and tell me she loves me the great experience in the world. It's way better than closing one hundred million dollar deal. It's not even close. You realize that it's not all about the money. Trust me. I used to be the flashiest guy in town. But it's not about that. There's so much deeper stuff. And what's interesting is my clients have come to respect me more now that. I have kids and they actually when I say hey I gotta call you back. It's bath time for my kid like. Oh I'm so sorry I called you. Call me back no big deal. We'll talk later on before it was like where are you. Why don't you pick up the phone? What are you doing? It's it's almost switched right crazy so like if you don't have kids just hire them. Yeah just get someone pregnant. So what's what's a normal day. Look like for you now. It's since I since I've had kids you gotTa Kinda figure out your day a lot. A Lot Down to the minute better than it used to be so. I'm up at like five thirty. Hit the gym for an hour workout. Get that done. My kids get up. I try to take my daughter to school every day as much as possible That's like our moment in the morning when we're together and we have some quality time drop-off head to the office You know I'm on showings. I'm showing ten houses day On average Open houses You know then I deal with some other stuff. Like endorsement deals for real estate stuff Speaking engagements you know once once every ten in another city speaking but in and out like fly in drive from the airport to the venue speak drive back to the airport. Come back back in the day when I was single. It was you know it. Stay another day in the city or something just because I didn't have to rush back for the kids But yeah otherwise it's wheeling and dealing all day and it doesn't stop negotiating. I'll be negotiating deals tonight till eleven o'clock. I mean it just is what it is but I like it keeps me going like I have friends that you know. We'll go out to dinner and my former wing and I'll walk out and my wife and the other couple be sitting at the table. They know I'm not going back. Yeah no Chato Cheese Josh. He's not coming back and they don't care they get. It's not rude. They understand what they're working with. Great the relationship. You're in the bid. So she gets it. Yeah like Yeah my wife is is incredible and she understands you know the demands of just that it's on the nine to five. You know my work and so sometimes. I throw a curve balls but then there are other time she was like if you look at that fucking phone. Oh Yeah it's funny so since we've gotten know each other so they're very few people that have been on camera longer than I have so I I like so we're season twelve. Just react right right. So That's twelve years. Ten months a year of filming. I Dunno Seinfeld friends like not many shows make it twelve years. You not only were all star but then now you're always on camera. I mean I watch you on instagram. It's constant shirt so I mean you have kind of like we have something in common with that where it's nonstop and it's almost become it's not almost become it. Is Life running from our feelings? That's okay last question before the last question. What's you working with? People like billionaires with a B excessively rich people. Is Your one thing about people like that? That fucking turn you off yet. Yeah The wealthier they are cheaper. They are hundred percent. It's like they'll fight over. A thousand dollar escrow fee while they're on their way to their global express plane that they're flying nonstop to Europe. Which is you know a hundred thousand in gas course right so that that's crazy to me. He's like when I'm that when I'm on that level we're GONNA be the coolest dude ever like. Let me tell you something when I go shopping. We all go shopping when I go flying on the jet. We're all fine. That's that's what I've always been so it annoys me when someone has it and they're just not fun with it. I can't wait till I can tip fifty percent like I want to be at the cheesecake factory and look Donna and Donna. Thank you for the Extra Brown bread. Well you have no choice because people know you so they know you to you get..

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

07:56 min | Last month

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"The car you drive the suit you wear the watch where the way you talk the way you walk the way you move where you go everything so if you take that seriously. Why would somebody else take seriously? How much are you trying to think for your client and their respective like you know? We're we're emotional right. In many cases of people that are buying the house or emotional and I feel like what I've noticed real estate agent to I. Respect is that they are walking that fine line of saying listen. This is your house. If it's all right I'm not gonNA push you into it but also you might not know what's best for you and I'm the one who knows that there's never been a house like this for the last five years. This is the exact how she wants. And there probably won't be another one for five years so pay a little more because it will benefit you. It's funny you get to a place in your career where earlier in the career. You don't do that because you don't really have the guts to do that. You don't have the the background to sound like you should sound when you say something like that. You gotTa have the track record however you get to a point in your career when you realize folks. I'm not saying this to be cocky but I'm the best at what I do. You gotTa Trust me here. This is not a small game. There's a long game. This is one of many investments. We're going to do over the rest of your life. I understand this is the biggest purchase In Your Life and probably ninety nine point nine percent of people's biggest investment. You've got to trust me here. This is what I do so you do pushing it's interesting. People don't know what they want most of the time they think they know. Oh WanNa live in Brentwood and I wanNA spend. There's I want this style and the next thing you know you're selling them something in the Hollywood hills totally different style so you gotTa really feel him out and sometimes it takes a couple of days a couple of weeks to understand wait. They don't even know what they want. Now I'm gonNA switch into a gear where I'm GonNa take this over and that's what you do and so you you know. Flip the first department. And what's the ascension? Look like as far as like from there to when you really starting to hit his stride in in real estate like we just kidding. Wow now I mean look took that money that two hundred grand. We rolled into a seven hundred thousand dollar connor. We did the same thing but this time it took six months. We made another couple hundred grand than we did. Another in another in about fifteen deals later. we ended up Taking all the money out because we felt like we were the best at what we do and we went. We bought a giant mansion. My brother and I and that was one week before the economy collapsed. Two thousand eight to the mid two thousand seven she and so so we were. We were millionaires by the h twenty. Six and we were flat broke by the age of twenty six and a half well but all your money in this house. It's now fell what I mean. How much how shall we sold service about four million dollars? It sold for about half price and that was the like two million or so dollars that we had in cash that we were so confident. We put into this house and it was gone so very quickly. We went from that mansion too. You know that there's anything wrong with duplex but there is when you live in a mansion And we went back to their started from zero. And that was that so. There's a lot of highs and lows a lot of learning experience. Thank God I was just a single guy at that time. I don't have kids like I do now. Because there'd be a lot more pressure but I'll never forget that learning experience and I'm a lot more careful now when it comes to money and and I think things through a lot. You know a lot better than I probably used to Helen Long. Does it take to recover from a loss like that Few years for sure and emotionally to like a you like a year. I was knocked out for a year. What did you do to be honest with you? It was it was tough. I didn't even talk about this for a long time but I got. I got really depressed from the little time we've known each other. You know you know go. I go to the gym every morning. A workout good high energy ever this and that like I didn't get out of bed for year light all my friends that I was successful because I was embarrassed that I wasn't successful in more screwed up every relationship I mean it was a dark time for me and Eventually it took about a year to to get out of that and it took a lot of other failed potential businesses that I started that I also failed in to get back out of that so I kept in trying to dig myself out. Eventually we ended up going the route of becoming a real estate agent in two thousand eight Because one of my mentors which I always talk about one of my mentors said you know. Stop doing that. Try to get rich. Quick thing that's not what it's about. What are you guys love? And it's funny because matinee when we were broke. We used to drive around on Sundays and look at open houses. That was our favorite thing to do during the week. That was it right and We told them our our guy were sitting with our mentor. And he's like well. You should be real estate agents clearly. You love doing that do that. And you know eventually you'll be successful and that's what we did in the first six months. I sold nothing. You know. Everybody's like Oh you must have been a rock star right now so nothing. I finally after six months did one deal is one point six million dollar piece of land and the next year. I got a little better started reaching out to everybody in my sphere. You know all my friends my parents friends and everybody just I literally had a sign on me on my forehead saying I'm a realtor I told everyone in the world what I do and I did three deals next year and then the next year after that I saw you know like fifty million then one hundred million two hundred million. We sell about five hundred million year now but it wasn't overnight either time And you know you gotta go through the process. Is there anything to that? You can really pinpoint to say like a lot of real estate. Agents are good at this this and this known as good at this as I am. I'm an animal. I'm an aggressive aggressive animal. Nobody fights for their clients money better than I do. I will fight for every penny and I treat my clients money like treat my own. Nobody does that to me. This is a game of chess. You're playing Bobby Fisher and I will fuck you up but what part of it is chess. The all of it from day one there is an entire process. And you have to think outside the box you have to be two steps ahead of everybody else. I mean that's really what separates me is I I. I don't sleep at night. I'm going through the deal. Fifteen different ways to figure out a way where I'm GonNa Win for my client. That's what it is is there. You know because like the things that I've looked at are not exactly on the fifty million dollar level we're valley and for most people right. It's a million dollar or less property right and so the swing in the wind is not like what we see on on the show which is like it was listed fifteen but we got it at thirteen five like saved a million and a half for the best right. Yeah it's an eight hundred thousand. Maybe you get it for seven fifty dollars a big win by the way that fifty or twenty or fifteen grand means just as much if not more to those people so when I sell an eight hundred thousand dollar condo which people are like. Oh you saw that too. Yeah we sell everything when I saw an eight hundred thousand dollar condo. I'm fighting for seven thousand bucks because I know that that seven is GonNa make a huge difference to my client right. The difference of being prequalified or not prequalified. But when they see me do that yet. Not Everything we you know. Sell his twenty million dollars and we understand that when I do something like that. I have a client for life when I saved them seven grand. Because they're gonNA come back when they're ready to sell. It's just as important as a field goal. Kicker right and ex field goal kicker always kick the ball the same if it's a fifty our field goal or extra point..

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

12:59 min | Last month

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"These when you work in it like in the mail room at the firm and the firm at the time was like one of the one I mean it just wasn't music management. It was filmed television so funny so you knew that like they represented pony shoes and clothes DiCaprio Alec Baldwin. Yes who was it was? It wasn't Michael Ovitz was it. No it was Yarn Rick Yarn. Your who's still DiCaprio's biggest people in the world and Green Peter Cats Guinea Peter Cast is major music guy Oh Jeff Kwatinetz owned it got it and he was Michael Jackson sky and Yeah Tha- Tha- as quick as it exploded successfully. I guess a couple years later or three or four years later it fell apart and everybody went their own way. So it's very high and low but when you're asking these bigwig sort of music manager she respect out to lunch. Are they looking at you? Like why the intern talking to me? Oh the they're like who in my firing who allowed this kid to talk to me to even ask me to lunch right that that was the point. Where and I learned this from my brother coming up in that business. Doing the same thing it was like you. GotTa Take Shot. You may get fired. I mean my brother worked for Ovitz Minute and I remember. My brother used to sleep in the office sometimes just on his couch to make sure that he was there. First and like if the mail the mail found out about it and it was like you're fired and then somebody higher up was like no. Actually we like his work ethic he got pushed to be an agent right out of the mailroom. It's a funny world and I'm not in that world anymore thankfully because it's it's a difficult world But yeah no you gotta take shots but people respect at the same way where somebody comes into my real estate office and you know instead of. Hey I saw you on TV. I WANNA be rich. You know which is just bullshit They come in and they're like listen. I will get you coffee. I'll pick up your dry cleaning. I want to work for you for free for a year. I promise you it's the best movie ever. I'm going to do this this this and they show the hustle you. I appreciate that 'cause I did the same thing you can't follow. The rules might get in trouble for this one. You can't all the rules and become successful at the limit at. How can I say this without sounding like an ass saying don't follow the follow the rules? But it's okay to take shots. It's okay to take chances because if you stay in line yeah you may be able to become successful in line throughout the whole process but if you take shot that might be your chance to become successful and skip all the bullshit. No I think that's right and I think for for you know over time we've sort of rewarded this idea of like being sort of the anti rules anti-establishment person and I'm GonNa come in this totally. There's always that great phrase people going like yeah. I'm going to drop out of college because you know what Bill Gates dropped out. And they're like yeah but Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard right right right out of college just simply for the fact that that's the greatest time ever and you will never get that back again. Yes like you don't drop out of college if you don't need to but I think it's important what what's revealed to me in in a lot of successful people that the people who do break the rules no them backwards and forwards. Yeah the people that are comfortable enough to improvise. It's because they know the basics so well that they can then build upon it instead of just taking random shots hoping that perhaps one gets lucky. I will tell you though. Out of the last fifty people are so that I've hired. Never ask them where they went to school. It's so funny. Maybe that's just the way that I do it. It's there either a hustler or not and I can tell when a couple of minutes. I don't care if they went people. Say if if I went to Harvard hire me. I'm actually more what ways more in our business is if you were born here your local and who you know as opposed to. Where'd you go to school? What's your resume and this or that I don't care about any of that stuff because my business is all about connections. Does it does it. Your businesses is like mine in the sense of. There's a low barrier of entry like my my business you. You could be an actor tomorrow just as you said it but with you like the real estate exam is reasonably easy to pass. And then you're real city that's it. Does that annoy you? Well seeing that I failed twice. No you didn't know how you lead study. I'm not kidding. I was a really bad student. I had to take tests on time because I don't know there's a lot of stuff wrong with me right. Add adhd whatever they call it these days But Yeah I had to take things on time so I failed twice the third time I passed the real estate exam clearly. It doesn't mean anything because I've sold four billion dollars worth of real estate now at this point so for those of you listening. It's okay if you fail. You know what I mean. Just take another shot and But yet the entry level real estate agent most people in the world can it? It's just a matter of WHO's actually going a separate themselves and become successful but is there you can. It sounds like you can track a certain level of fearless. Why excited that. I just failed twice. you know. I had your friend Ryan Sirhan on the show. He said if anyone bills the real estate exam fucking higher like that like that but no I mean I like that story to your point like look. You've absolutely utterly crushed it and it wasn't like in the most you know the traditional way. Yeah but yeah I mean like just tracking you being this low level person at this massive agency and you fearlessly asking these people for an hour of their time for lunch all the way now to you being as successful as you are it. Seems like there's been a level of fearlessness in your story that sort of tracked the whole time. The greatest come from well it comes from we actually have a saying in our office and we have it. lit up in What's that called Neon Neon we have a it's called ready fire? Aim and I wrote about this in one of my I think was the second book I know. First Book I wrote called. It's your move and it's ready fire. Aim and it's a mentality that we in the agents. That work for US live by. Which is you gotta take a shot. You gotta see an opportunity when it's in front of you take that shot and if you miss that's okay it's more about how you bounce back so all these people live with this model of. Oh I'm going to take a shot when the time is right. I'M GONNA make sure I'm aimed perfectly and then I'm GonNa go for it. That's not the way to think because by the time you figured out how to aim correctly and take that time somebody else already did it. So what I'm saying is when you see an opportunity in front of you. Go take that shot. What's worse than it's going to happen. You're GONNA get You'RE GONNA get fired or you're not going to get the deal but at least you took the shot. Most people don't take it so and then afterwards learn from your mistakes. Listen I made more mistakes than most people in this business. I mean you have to sell about one hundred fifty houses a year ten years. It's a Lotta houses and so of course. There's going to be a lot of mistakes that I do while I learned but you learn from those experiences and every mistake I make. Every deal is different. You come back a better person. A better agent any big mistake top of mind unfortunately because of the volume that we do in the size of the deals. They're all extremely expensive mistakes. What is a mistake? I mean I mean I have to really break down a deal. But it's like if you screw up something on a contract or a deal dies because you you said the wrong thing. I mean on a ten million dollar house. That's two hundred fifty two hundred and fifty thousand dollar commission. That's gone like you don't come out the gates as hot as you're supposed to because the pictures were screwed up or yeah. They put the wrong price on an autumn marketing material. Little stuff that someone in my office would do. And it's like you want to strangle that person. You just cost me so much money. You don't understand but it happens so mistakes are costly and they're big in our business. What what's the one thing that you like still to this day having had all the success that you do that like if you're walking your car at the end of the day you'll kick yourself for you know I the success that we've had in real estate because we love what we do right. I've I used to be mortgage broker. I used to live homes a lot which I still do. So we. We've done the full gamut of real estate financing at flipping it and now of course selling it at the end of the day. I would do what I do for free in any successful people that you talk to. And I'm with the most successful people on the planet. I mean I have them in the front seat of my Rolls Royce. Showing them fifty million dollar houses. And if you can get a check for fifty million Dollar House. I want to know what you did how you did it. I WanNa learn everything you did because you wanNA level that most people will never get to share. So I'm with these people also and you gotTa love what you do because no matter what there's going to be ups and downs just like a real estate market so you'll be able to weather those storm because every morning you love what you're doing no matter what it's not about the money the money will come with the success but also you got be an expert of what you do. You GotTa Take Pride in it when I decided to break into the high market and really go after these wealthy people the one thing that separated me from everybody else was. I was an encyclopedia of knowledge. When it came to the real estate market that I was in. When you're dealing with a wealthy person time is money you get one shot you screw that up. You are out it. They'll never get that time back for them private. You know we were talking about private jets and stuff at the end of the day. It's a time saver and when you're at a certain amount of wealth all you have the only thing you can't control this time and so I decided that I was going to be an at the time. It was the best agent in the world in the Hollywood hills. And so I- studied it like no one. I mean I was on the MLS. Which is our system. I don't even know how many hours a day I knew. Every House that was going to hit the market. Every house being built every developer in the area everything that sold over the past five years. I was an encyclopedia so when I'm sitting at a restaurant up at the bar drinking water with ice lemon where people think. I'm drinking vodka. 'cause I can't afford the vodka at least when I'm talking to the person next to me. They know I'm no joke. And if they want to know anything real estate on it like that and then of course over time your your areas get bigger than in the best in Beverly Hills or or Bel Air or Brentwood. Whatever it is and then and you know the snowball effect from there. I mean it's a it's a really interesting dynamic with real estate agents especially because I've dealt with the agent who don't look like you and they're more dress down and there's like this casual nature to them and that's me right like I embrace that and yet for some reason when I'm buying something the big the biggest purchase of my life. I don't WanNa do it from a dude in a fucking T. I love this guy. Shot the everybody all the thank you. It's about time it's about time I get fucking recognize. I knew I like this kid from the beginning. I'm allowed to call cake and I'm so much older seriously. It's funny because I came out with that East Coast mentality and when I got a million dollar listing there was a kid in Malibu. Right in flip flops. The Kid was just trust fund kid who wore Gucci slippers which now I work slippers but at the time and then there was me I was like Alma. I'm going to separate myself while I'm not east. Coast Dude You know I was told that if you want respect you show up in a suit. That's how I was brought up. So that's how the first eight years or so on the show. I was always in a suit no matter what right because that was how I separated myself especially when I was younger. Now it's funny. It's very important to marry your client so if you want to go. Look at houses down like Marina del Rey. You know maybe I take off the tie on button a button on the shirt because you got to mirror the the client a little pitch. If it's a professional surfer snowboarder. You know I don't roll up in a suit kind of dress down if it's a C. Ova Fortune five hundred company. The best you've ever seen and I'm business car wash water bottles in the back. I mean you got a mirror the client but I agree with you in our business. You're billboard for your business that's it you're a walking billboard everything you do reflects on you as a realtor..

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

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Curious with Josh Peck

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"It's massive seat for this guy. Hold on it looks like it. Has Its own cell. Phone signal was okay. Brought someone with me. That's that was who I was talking about kind of you. She get out here and you start working in the mailroom. Yeah let's it. I was over at the the firm which was music management I was delivering mail. For about Gosh I want to say a year maybe a year and a half and It's funny because I was always obsessed with having mentors in my life and every time I got a paycheck in the mail room I would put part of it aside and I would. I would use that money to take out the successful music managers that I delivered mail to out to lunch and it was like. Hey let's get an hour your time on buying. Can I please take you out to lunch? And I did. And I would pick their brain during that hour and it was funny because a lot of the people that I spoke to. We're all making extra money on the side in real estate while being a music manager. Mike how the hell can you make money in real estate when you do something else for a living? That's what piqued my interest. Long Story Short For the next year I saved every dollar I could. I had five grand. My brother saved every dollar. He could for a year. He had five grand. We took that ten grand. We walked into a bank. We bought a four hundred thousand dollar condo ninety days later we flipped it for six hundred so I made two hundred grand. Put My rollerblades on rollerblade. 'cause I didn't have a car at the time. Rollerblade to jeep dealership bought jeep through rollerblades in the backbone. Another place next thing you know. The rest is history. So when what year was this two thousand three because to appreciate that much. In ninety days it was special time. It was a good market. We bought the place every paycheck. We got we did something different to the place so we got about you. Know twelve paychecks. Each weekly paycheck so one but one paycheck. We go home depot by a bucket of paint put on our Football Jerseys. Paint the place ourselves next paycheck. We'd Switch Out a light fixture next paycheck. We knocked down a wall. We're not talking about major construction here but my brother had a really good eye for design and during that time I also studied real estate finance understand how we can buy and use that money and leverage it and everything like that. Let.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

16:15 min | Last month

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Curiousity with Josh Pack. Start the show. Welcome back to the curious podcasts. My name is Josh Peck and I'm your host and your name is listener. And that's what you do. Yeah listen fuck man. This morning. I lost something that my mom gave me yesterday and it was a piece of paper. 'cause my mom kinda handles accounting and was an important piece of paper and I fucking lost it and I just did that thing where I just let it overtake me and I look. It wasn't the end of the world didn't lose cash. It is replaceable. Hopefully and just like some annoyances but I I did that thing where I just let it spin me out and granted like I love my kid. Who's the greatest sever but he's you know sprinting? After me screaming at me and I'm trying to look around and I like I did that. Dad Thing at one moment this morning where I looked at my wife and I was like can you please. Just please distract him for just thought. Please help me help me. And she did 'cause she's awesome and I felt like a just a just a dork. Fucking 'cause how great my son is chasing after me. And he's so awesome and he actually likes me and he won't trust me. He won't AIA disagreeable fucking curmudgeonly. You know tough taskmaster of a dude. I'm sure he and I will butt heads Ruili and I'm sensitive to top it all off. So what a mix would have fun recipe? What a what a what an alchemy that's GONNA make right for. Just some sure some emotional fireworks citizen to come but nevertheless never fucking lasts. I I got through the day and shot a couple tick tock so I think we can say that's a win. No alone really. Try Not to push you know trying to push comedic lame trying to ease in. Take it easy. Let off the gaps and just kind of relax into my gifts into my many gifts. My edible arrangement of Talents Shuna podcasts. In my car today 'cause they do stuff over the phone now because we are in a global shift of a pandemic we Nikki. Glaser the comedian. She's going to be on the POD and a couple of weeks first of all. What a what. A what a lovely person and funny incredibly smart and just cool but fuck. LemMe Tell you the recording these podcasts in my car. It's no great shakes You know obviously you can't use air conditioning because it gets fucking hot and I'm dripping. I run hot as it is. I'm like you know. I'm like a thoroughbred racehorse. You know I'm in the cage ready to go. What do they call that thing and the thing before they raise it's I don't know but you know what I'm talking about. I'm in NAT ready to go. You know heart pumping legs stomping. So you know if I'm in a car without air conditioning for what could be ninety minutes. Basically a sauna and sweating feels good when it's controlled but now when you're in your work clothes You haven't sweaty you sweat new pair of Chino's you got on sale at a at.

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"josh" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"josh" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

"Nah misers. GonNa that'd be Kinda fucked up but I don't want to hurt anybody but I i WanNa know what the hell it's like to be Kim Jong No one interested. No one knows what goes on in that country. It's thinking about its twenty damn near twenty twenty and there is a place on this earth that is completely sheltered from the outside world. The citizens have no idea what's going on and they all just worship this one man and it's bizarre to me the size one. I just want to know what it's like what it's like in there but I can see that yours would be Shannon. Hell no he would WANNA date yourself no not at all. I'm definitely going to like Bill Gates. It's like wire transfer. Okay you know. I'm no I'm no under basic guy. Okay we'll profession other than yours. Would you like to attempt probably no mine. Basketball and years would be content. Creators last Gamer. Yeah definitely So who would play you into Med helmets last josh movie. Oh I know it would mark Wahlberg. Okay I'll take that I was GONNA say I was going to say a UH Ben Affleck but I'll take mark Wahlberg for short who was the the black from from criminal minds who Garcia has always hitting on Sherman more? Same armorial. same arm. No I can't get like a Michael B Jordan Will Smith Guy Now elsevier good. Will Smith be good but she more looking guy. I just like with him. I just painted in my mind. I picture like Oh. He's just like you know like Nice Guy but kinda tough time that I. I saw like instagram video of him. One is page one time and it was just so far off from what I actually thought he was going to be lake right. I would just turn off. So talk to me Garcia. Yeah they had What is the top of the current chapter your life? That's tough stuff Shit okay on. Oh you're like the grind or something I think for me. It's like it's just growth growth. I've learned a lot about myself in the past like year. Made like you know mistakes that that at the time or very painful but I think in the long run will like help me a lot in in terms of my development so I would I would say that growth For you extend to be consistency. Yeah could be a really good one. Yeah I mean I think for the first time of year career like you're being given the chance to do what you do on a consistent basis and worth do through mistakes and like you really develop into the the player that you know you can be. Yeah I'm with Alan. And then the last one if heaven exists what do you I want to hear. God's say when you walk when you arrive I said mine before. Welcome my welcome on my guy. I I'm I'm I'm stealing mind from from a previous guest. Will the forget. Forget which guests said it but someone was like he wants to hear God say turnaround. We're not ready for you yet. I think that was Jerry. I think Jerry said that. Go Back Down on earth for a little more good one. Yeah.

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"josh" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"josh" Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart

"Josh isn't isn't here for those of you that listen we cover week. You know. That Josh can't isn't great at pronouncing people's names and he messes it up ten ten times out of ten however more after the not. We're getting very difficult names. And I don't I don't blame because it is hard to pronounce. But this was an easy one and he wasn't here for it so Paris wise. Shoutout to you you will be getting a van Mo- shortly But yeah I mean like I said that's really on my end. I WANNA keep it short because this episode so long I really really hope you guys enjoy it Like I said You you know we. We love interviewing other people. We love telling other people's stories but We just had a bunch of people asking us more about ours and we tried. We tried to do it a little bit at the beginning of every episode sued for like ten to fifteen minutes. Just so you guys know what's going on in our lives but You know we we just wanted to take it a step further and a really go all the way back and and think about our lives at the same way that we think about our guests how we got to where we are and what was important to us and so on and so forth so You know let us know if you love it. Let us know if you hate did it but you know hopefully you guys You guys listen and if you make it all the way through this you're a real one 'cause I this is I think it was almost our forty five. I'm not mistaken but Yeah hopefully hopefully keep you guys engaged. And congratulations again to Paris. Wise guys we're giving away money through the end of two thousand nineteen so it's not too late eight to enter. All you have to do is add lighthearted podcast as a friend and We'll take it from there so appreciate you guys tuning in and without further ado. This is the Josh Heart and Matt Helm episode of the light-hearted podcast. God look to another episode of lighthearted. PODCASTS has presented by then Mo I am. Your.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"The ramble welcome to curious, Josh pack. Start the show. What's the baby's welcome back to the curious podcasts. I'm Josh pack, your the listener. And that's that's wonderful. That's what has to happen. Otherwise, this is a real one way street and either you're listening to nothing I'm talking to nobody in either or that's fucking weird. What's up happy weekend? Right. I hope you had a great weekend. I did it was my birthday. So it's really nice to hear from all of you. So fish listeners who I received no cards to my PO box that I don't have. And no correspondents, not even a check in not an Email. Not a fax nothing. That's fine. I get it. No. I'm just kidding. My birthday was wonderful. I did get a lot of lovely tributes and shout outs. And that whole thing. Which is always always quite kind. Always appreciate it. And it was lovely. And I'm getting old and I'm expiring thirty two. I never thought I'd make it to this age. Not like a cool fatalistic LA thought, I live so hard and die young type thing. I just I just couldn't imagine being like a grownup like an adult like fully adulting with a fucking kid on the way, which is wild. And just mad. Crazy mad crazy as the children say as kiddo say. Yeah, I'm going to be a father, it, certainly, you know, we're not far. I'll just say that not gonna get till you guys exactly when because I feel like there might be a Kook in there that will show up at at the hospital, but we're not far like literally like a number of weeks away from that baby being a citizen of this earth. And oh my God. What things are going to change? Yeah. Probably that's what they say. What every parent does. When you tell them that you're pregnant, they're like hall God. Yeah. Good luck sleep. Now. Fuck you sleep now. Yes. I realized children take your sleep. They do it..

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Between you and this other guy. And I'm like, who's the other guy. I looked up and he was tall and lanky and completely different. And I get a call. About a week later and they say to me, so they're going to go with the other guy and I was like, damn it. And then it occurred to me as I was sitting there thinking about it. And then subsequently when I saw the film that James Cameron took my addition and put it in like the the computer that makes everybody into an avatar and was like, I can't have a fat Smurfit in my movie legless full literally. This will be disastrous. No, I've convinced. And so I told the story on Jimmy Fallon, and I got a call one day for my agent who told me that the Kasim director heard it and basically was laughing saying that that's exactly. Really? Yes. It was just like, oh, wow, he makes a really uncomfortable looking Nabi none niche Stanage would not be accepted. I would. I would sue them body shame. Yup. How dare I know you deserve, Josh, Jim. So you do gym. He's call me. I'm still available for the sequels. I know you're doing about four more. I'm in Sam, I but dammit. Didn't feel fair. Actually. You should be my body double for them. I'll just do the voice. Perfect. Josh and Josh together again, the dream first of all? Yeah. Okay. So last two questions, family. You have kids. I have one on the way and everything that people say is all the things that it's cracked up to me. Give me the good. It is everything. All the cliches are true for, let's get that out of the way. Yeah, the first three to six months are a fucking nightmare, and nobody can prepare you for it. Like the sleep deprivation that you will endure a so unbelievably unfair and painful, and it's good that like you can't physically have another baby for another nine months at the very least because it allows you to forget how awful the experience was those first few months. But it is worth the pain and torture because at on the other side of it, there really is nothing that I value more in my life than my two daughters. I. They are my everything. They give me such joy that makes my heart explode when I get home when I see them when they wake up there kisses their love that all probably change. There will come a point when both of my girls become teenagers and they despise me and I'm not looking forward to that and I'm sort of bracing myself for. But right now the greatest thing in the world. But here's the good part at that age data be powerful, big Hollywood guy, and you can be like, listen girls. If you wanna meet Shawn, Mendez be nice, told dad, maybe I'll pull a favor, get Sean performing your birthday Charente form, although they'll be like who Shawn Mendez at that point because it'll be listening to whoever the younger Shawn Mendez is twenty five deals like Sean Benda's will be like Bono for that. It'll be really weird right here. Like he'll just like go into that. Like Evelyn of like older older heartthrob. Yeah, he's unfairly, talented, you fairly. You know what? I'm. Did you combat this when your wife was pregnant with your first? And I'm dealing with this now where all have friends who have kids and they're all give me this look all haw urine for your in for it. Yeah, I wanna be like, fuck you don't scare me and be a want to say. I'm like, if you can do it, I can do it. Your knucklehead work a UPS like no shame on UPS, but I'm like, trust me, I can fuck and do this. It's look. It is. It's hard for sure it. It's not easy, but it also there's a reason that. It just keeps happening over and over again in history that we keep having babies because you fall into it the first day that I remember putting my child in a car seat. I literally thought that I was going to be the thing that killed her, like I was so terrified of like not doing this right or not doing that right. Or you know, you have to wrap them like a burrito swat. Oh yeah, you have to swallow them and, oh, you've, you've done the classes, you've done the word I'm learning. I never liked. What do you or when you do this CPS the CPR class and you're like, you're so terrified that you're gonna kill this little plastic baby that they give you. And so like you want the the instructor to come and just watch your hands and nobody else's to make sure you do it like five times and record yourself on an iphone as if like if something's actually happening, you're going to be like, wait right there. Baby. Let me open my iphone and take a look at the video revenue saving the plastic baby. So like you go through all of that. My sister. Actually looked at my phone the other day, and she started laughing that I had poison control on my favorites, but I would recommend to every parent put poison control your favorite? Yes, because there was a day that my baby put something in her mouth and I almost had a heart attack being a hypochondriac, and like just googling poison control takes time. Sure. So you're like know, like it's I've been nine one one or poison control ready to go. I want the cops come and take my baby. I need poison control. So you know, it's all those little things. But at the end of the day, you fall into really quick. Well, I'm excited. Okay. Final question. This is something new that I've sort of doing with every guests on the show. I will not take off my clothes. All right. When we can talk about that off Mike, but what are the two or three or one or five, Josh Gad commandments that things that are truths for you, that you would want to give someone that you would want to impress upon people, things that you found to be incredibly important for yourself. This agree questions, Amblin movies should be the foundation of everybody's cinematic journey solid, okay. That includes back to the future that includes Indiana Jones. That also includes Amblin esque movies like. Ghostbusters, but that would be the the first step. When you're when you're starting your film journey, start with those number four, I guess, would be to. Really, really, really be true to yourself and by being true to yourself, it means no, your own self worth and don't take shit from people that are trying to for their own through their own insecurities make you feel less than and that that comes in handy, especially in a field like ours where you have to constantly deal with rejection. Right? So it's about understanding what you're worth and making sure that you you constantly keep that true north on your compass on your moral compass. Number three, I think for me would be to understand your priorities in life and to make sure that the choices that you make are also staying true to what's most important to you at that time. And and a lot of times for all of us, I don't think it's it's true just for what we do. I think it's true in any profession. There's a balance that Americans in. Regular seem to have a hard time with when it comes to committing so much as we do to work, and it's about balancing those moments with your family, especially if you have kids. 'cause damn witnessing. They grow up fast. And so knowing that what that balance is worth. Two, I think would be to understand that you share this world with others. And a lot of times specially with the advent of the this sort of new informational age technological, the technology feat that we've experienced. We're always looking down instead of up. We're constantly in our own world. Remember Patrick Wilson coming to speak to us at Carnegie Mellon. This was back when I was in college and he said, you know, when I'm in New York City, I noticed that that nobody ever looks up at all the beauty around them. They're always looking down in an ornery or angry mood, and it really opened up my eyes to something that has proven truly valuable, which is there's always somebody around you. I make it I, I make it a necessity in my life to just hold the door open for somebody no matter who that. Ersan is in the hope that they will do the same for the next person. And a lot of times it's easy to forget that. And then the number one thing that I would say he is. Have values stand for something our time years. So limited that if it's just really about making money or it's about your own personal sort of journey. You have to ask yourself what you're leaving behind, not only for yourself, but what you're leaving behind as yourself. What is your legacy? What is that thing that you want people to remember you for an make everyday count by virtue of that know that there's specially living through history, which we are all doing right now, which seems like a burden. But in some cases, I think is is a great honour. We get to be the difference makers. We got to do the things that are going to potentially move the needle potentially change the world as a communal experience. So I would say that that is probably might migrate est a paradigm for myself migrates rule. And those are the five hundred. Six I guess for Josh mic drop Josh Gad. God bless you. Thank you. Why bless you? God bless us and shame on your mother. Once again, thanks a lot Barbara. I'm not calling your mom and he listened Barbara baps bats. Having sat here has our with son. There's nobody else who can play Maria, and I'll tell you right. So right now that I'm gonna call Steven Spielberg and tell him that Josh pack is his Maria. Thank you so much. I just mudder Josh named. Well, how about that? Enjoy drink that end podcast listeners. Your fucking welcome. Thank you. Do. Thank you vets.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Processes. External and internal, and it just depends on the roll in part of that is a bitch. A-all part of that is is sort of internal and a part of that is educating its I went for years to Carnegie Mellon, University studied at National Institute of dramatic arts in in Australia. So it's taking those skills that I literally, you know, spent time and a lot of money on to learn and utilizing the pieces from each of them that apply to any given role. So for instance, something like Olaf is gonna come from a very sort of external playful place. I am not going to sit there in in sort of marked my beats and do my thing. I'm gonna play a mimic splendid discover. So when the directors I said to me, they gave me sort of adjectives to describe the character. This. Naive, innocent childlike. And when I sort of took a second to explore those things, suddenly this kind of smile came on my face, and I started to talk a little bit different, and it was sort of like, wow, the wonderment of the world, oh my God, and it sort of became like this. Why do I child with something like Marshall, for instance, it's much more methodical, it's much more internal and it's much more about dissecting sort of the entire story. The back story in really creating a journey for this guy that doesn't exist on the page that exists off the page as well. So it just depends on the role and you had a place yet where like there are, I feel I interviewed Vincent enough Rio and I still got to his incredible unreal. And he kind of said not in a. Nebraska Doshi sway. He just said, I do. I know what is required as far as the work goes for part. And as long as I've accomplished that there really are no bad days. Not like if I've done my work, what I'm required to do to get in, he's like for better or for worse. I know that it will be either good or pretty good or great in Italy lives somewhere around there. And so have you gotten to that spot where like you're not driving home, wringing your hands going if they fucking put take four in the movie, I'm going to die. No, I wish I had Vincent enough. Ios. Healthy ego. I really always questioned my work. I find it impossibly difficult to watch myself on screen, right? I find it very, very hard to leave work at the end of the day and not question if something I could have done could have been better. There wasn't a day out of the more than three hundred sixty five days that I performed book of Mormon that I didn't question whether or not I could have gotten a laugh in a certain place I didn't, or it could have been made something of a moment. I didn't it to me. It's what makes me constantly strive to be better and in a way that that's a necessary and healthy attitude for me to have. So I'm always insecure. I'm always questioning whether or not I'm good enough. Yeah, we'll welcome. Is that just Judaism? It may be may just be Josh thing we call Hartnett yeah, and the others. Let's see what hearts is dealing with. Yeah, Josh Hartnett. What's that? Like being him? It's probably awesome. I think it's penny dreadful. Yeah. Well, done. Thank you. Well, done sir. Any bad audition stories all giving giving it one of my first. I mean, one of my most important auditions ever was my number one choice for schools was to go to Juilliard and heard of it at yes. And one of their number one choices was from not to go to Juilliard what? Yeah. And I, I actually just posted my rejection letter from them which I found after visited home, but I go there and they have do all sorts of weird stuff like be an animal, but then make the animal into a man. And I'm like, that's part of the idea that was part of the dishes. Lock off. Yeah. And like the animal had to be in a bathtub at one point and I'm like, show me where the bathtub isn't like, no, you gotta pretend to be

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Schedule every three months for just five bucks. And let me tell you something. I'm not. I'm not that. Guy. You know what I mean? Like I don't like to go to target or wherever and pick up essentials. I'm always out of toilet paper or dish soap or it cetera. So the mere fact of knowing that I got beautiful fresh brush heads arriving at my home. Exactly when I need them. Just weight off the shoulders. Now, listen, I love quip and that's why they're backed by over twenty thousand dental professionals. Quip starts at just twenty five dollars. And if you go to get quip dot com slash curious right now you get your first refill pack for free with a quip, electric toothbrush that your I refill pack free at g. e. t. q. u. IP dot com. Slash curious us talking about voting today. You and President Obama. That's what inspired me. I got him. Vote folks all you gotta. Do you know he mentioned my name once in a speech, daddy issues kinda, he didn't say Josh can. No, he didn't say Josh grove today. I love that Josh. Groping. I got a call and he's like he was doing some speech, and he goes, Nah, I know what the kids like they like. I Carly, Josh Drake, Mike streak, Josh, Josh, but he fucking put my name. I and I was like, oh, it's about time. I was like that has a better ring talent. And I've always felt about time. Although he thought it was a show with you and the Canadian singer, Drake, and he was like, this is sounds like a great show. If this is you pitching me a spin off, I'm in. Yeah, yeah, Aubrey, Drake. Let's do it. I would actually, I would. I would pay good money to see that by the way. Oh, man. Well, anything to grassy related. I'm in obviously. So you've worked wave some incredible people. What do you look for in a director? What's your what? What he? Yeah. What is the thing that you're most interested in as an actor when you're sort of sussing out the relationship with the director? You know, I think these days it's looking for challenge not only for myself, but away to challenge my audience away to sort of keep them on their toes. I think that you know, I'm always looking for an opportunity to to do something I haven't done before to showcase something. I haven't show case before to challenge myself to do something that terrifies me. So it projects like murder on the Orient Express or Marshall, you know, there's an element of that that is me wanting to play outside my proverbial wheelhouse, but is doing something like murder on the orient. Express where you, that's a lot of star power. Yes, surrounded by. Are you comfortable in that energy or you just like, let me just do my job. Not humiliate myself and get the fuck out. Man. I I'm I'm inspired by like it's it's a masterclass. Yeah, you learn so much by being surrounded by people who are infinitely better than you at what they do, and that's how you get better. And so like rather than work with people who make you feel safe and make you feel comfortable, I think it's really important to be terrified occasionally to feel like, oh God, what am I doing here? I don't belong here. And that was definitely one of those experiences where whether I'm acting opposite Kenneth Branagh Judy, then Dame Judi Dench or Johnny, Johnny Depp Michelle Pfeiffer. Whoever's in that cast, it was like, okay, you better come to play ball does I was listening to Bradley Whitford interview the other day and he's like three things go through. My mind immediately when a director has note for me and it's fuck you, I suck. Okay. What. That's incredible. Beyond accurate? Yes. I think that that's would genius way of thinking about it. And just as an aside as a fan, boy, it's just Johnny Depp. Cool. Like he just seems he's resting cool. So unbelievably cool. I mean, like I grew up and I know he's had. You know the the, the issues along the way with public perception in things that have happened in its, it sucks. But my experience with him was wonderful. I, you know, it was limited, but does he eat? He does, and and yeah, and and he was just so giving as an artist. And again, I can just speak to him as a scene partner, but I really loved working with him in every way, shape or form. And and you know, growing up such a fan boy, whether it was advertised their hands or in particular at wood, which I think is one of the great performances. Oh, man, he's ever given if not the greatest. I just really admire his journey and going from basically being like there's a time that a lot of younger people don't remember before he was Jack Sparrow that he was literally just an arthouse guy and like doing really crazy. Cool work. That was, yeah. So unbelievably char. Charged and brilliant, Jim Jarmusch the ad van was the one of those one. Yes. And I kind of remember what? So what's your? It's a two part question of what's your process when you're approaching role and sort of how did you cultivate that process or your method? The way into a character. So there's two process processes.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Josh. Jerrell Powe, Josh peck here. I you, you are the first Joshua, Josh, that I'm having on the show in addition to myself, will you couldn't get Grogan? I bet I get grove in opens, gettable grow. I could call them right now. Do you want me to try him? You please? Okay. Let's try. It's an immediate. Yes and try them right now. Let's see if we had him on the phone. He's he's probably going to be like, why would you blindside me? You have to call my agents before contacting me. Let's see. Let's see if maybe we just get his answering machine, but it's worth. It's worth a shot. Something tells me he didn't do his own outgoing message on this voicemail. We, he didn't sing it, but I think he did it really. I do. We'll see. We'll see how this is very exciting. We need to get him to sign a waiver over the phone late. How does the technical living. These caught his work. Right. I hope so. I'm sure there's some. He's always traveling. What if he's in like China right now, making him up. Cute. Let's go through all the famous people in your phone. Okay. Next up, we're going to try Emma stone now yet. No come on. Just no see, I knew it. There's no smell and I'm getting a return call and he's going to be like what's up and I go, it's not urgent anymore because you didn't pick up when I needed you. Right. And now you're just calling me and I'm in the middle of something. And you know, you drop the ball grove and he's really did Josh speaking of Josh grove in, I'm as I'm sure you know, Spielberg is doing west side story. Did you know that? I did know, yes. It was actually really ironic because I went to the John Williams. Hollywood bowl concert, and they did like a celebration of one hundred years of Leonard Bernstein. And so they were playing a lot of west side story. And I was like this. This has to be planned because Spielberg was also there. Right? So they're like gearing up for their next collab-. And are you suggesting that I should addition for it? Well, I'm suggesting you should be straight offered it because you're Josh motherfucking Gad. Oh, maybe officer Kripke. That's not terrible. Well, kind of is, but I'll accept terrible. Ish. Yeah, it'd be terrible if it wasn't a Spielberg movie, but so dishes for it or I put it on tape because I hate myself and I like to do things that I have no shot at. And I sent my mom, the audition thinking, and you know, I can sing kind of and thinking, my Jewish mother is going to be like, I am so blown away what she said, you're in Djelic tone. Your dulcet pipes. She goes, it was really good for someone who's never trained. Oh, but they're probably going to give this Josh grove. Oh no, mom. And it was like this one, two punch unintentional complete honesty and truth. I'm like, of course they're going to give it to Josh grove, but I love the fact that like she had to like to add insult to injury, it had to be another Josh, that got it, right. Like an at least like make it like Josh Hartnett. So it's like, you know, like a return to form kind of story, whereas like we're, we're bringing Josh Hartnett BAC yeah, a beautiful, beautiful auspey Pearl Harbor lead God. God. We don't see enough, Josh Hartnett we don't. Let's stay on Josh this. Let's you're at as many, Josh, Josh Molina, Josh Molina, Josh, Josh Lawson. Another Josh. Joshua Jackson, Joshua Jackson, Joshua tree, Joshua tree. Yes. An incredible. Location and an incredible U2. album. Serves two purposes. This is the best. I don't know what the theme of this podcast is, but this this feels great. We're if the, if the podcast is about attention deficit disorder, like we're winning covered now. Well, I just feel so honored that I threw a lob out and hit you up on Twitter. And I was like, I, I love Josh. And like maybe he'd reply actually would say yes to this. There was a good chance. I was going to say no to of don't I know it, and that is my greatest fear and trepidation about this whole podcasting in general. And can I tell you that I've had very few knows really that surprise. I mean. I don't say that word. You're so charming. You're so who can say not you true somebody reach out to Tom Cruise together next and be like, look, I did it. It's harmless. Yes, I'm on the show. Spread the word, spread the love, sit Choi who doesn't want to go to mid Wilshire Friday afternoon. I know I don't, and had I known that that's where I was going to have to go, I probably would have said, no. So as smart of you to sort of hit me up first before you told me how far needed to drive your fair? Yeah, but I have an answer to that too because I have a mobile kid and I. Places. I'm gonna have a word with my. No, this is. This is such a pleasure. You're so unbelievably talented, funny, wonderful, handsome, despite what your mother thinks the to me, I love of. We did one thing together. One time wedding ring her, and you just came in with your nasty little self and stole that movie like in shining armor. And I've, I've wanted to tell you how much I resented you for doing that ever since that

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Could be fight this weekend. UFC actually watched it with my big brother 'cause I was in Florida for my nephew's bar mitzvah which was a time. It's actually a good time, and I was with my brother watching it. And basically if you don't follow it, there was a big lead up to this and Connor being the trash talking sort of savant that he is attacked just could be on every level of his humanity and said, all the things one should never say to another human being. Even if it's all out of the desire to sell a fight and make unheard amounts of money. In doing so. But yeah, Connor trash talked him. Good. Could be took it to him in the ring, submitted him lickety-split, and and then proceeded once he wanted to jump over the cage and start a small riot and the t mobile arena by going after Conor McGregor trainers, and then some of could be teammates went after Connor. And it was a whole fucking thing and it was slightly wish fulfillment. I'm sure for every fight fan as I am one of them where WWE and professional fighting merge to where it's become just as like real spectacle. Like, you know, it's one thing for it to happen in the ring. But then as soon as it starts happening outside the ring and you think like fucking undertaker and John CENA are gonna come back up Khabib and some hardcore match outside the ring. And then you know stone cold and. The hardy boys are going to run in back McGregor and it's just gonna turn into like this crazy Royal rumble UFC style, and Joe Rogan's in the middle of it. And then Joe Rogan gets hit with a chair and he's down. I don't know. It was so in one way it was like, oh my God, I can't believe this is actually happening, and then the adult me thought better of it. And it was like, this is really unacceptable. And I think probably both these guys are to blame it some respect and and I had that adult moment. I remember like after the initial excitement of all my God, he's over the cage. He's in the audience, everyone's going nuts. Like I then eight seconds later. I was like, oh, this is incredibly dangerous. Like I just, yeah, this was this was a bad idea, but it was exciting but dangerous and just a bad bad idea. Glad. No one got to hurt, but that you know, that's what adults do. We worry about people getting hurt, weary about ourselves, getting hurt. I'm very gingerly, walked downstairs at this point. I'm very careful. You know, I feel like in your teens and your twenties, you don't give a shit. You're like, I don't care if we got bruised up break a. Lim, whatever. I'm going to be just fine. I will recuperate in weeks, but now Thuc that I'm like people be like, yo you wanna play, pick up basketball. I'm like, why don't you calm yourself? Their brother? No, I don't because I like my CL's and I don't want to rip every tendon in my knee going for fadeaway or like trying to fuck in. I don't know. I don't know sports terms, but do some cool spin move. And my knee leaves my body for a pickup basketball game. That means nothing. We're not getting paid for this. You're an accountant. I'm an actor kind of end podcast and social media personality, and I need my knees and I can't be, you know, China have my moment here on the court with you and put my body at risk. I have errands. I have important things to do. You know what I mean? And I don't know. You know, it's one thing growing up fat that fascinates me is because like I never had that competitive spirit at least physically because I just knew I couldn't. Compete. I wasn't. I wasn't blessed in that way. And so I'll see guys who were probably once very athletic in high school or college, and then they get into the thirties and forties, and they play these pickup games of fucking flag football, or, you know five on five basketball into the thirties and forties, and they just go so hard. And I just think it's gross and annoying. And Mike, I well, don't be mad when you fuck in, you know a Neilly your rotator cuff when like that elbow that you're like throwing into people's ribs. Hurts you for the next eleven weeks and you're not sure why it's because that pickup game that you made so important because you felt like you were reliving your youth at whatever, you know, high school you were at. It's because you were, you went to heart because you care too much about something that no one after a certain age, recreational sports shouldn't just shouldn't matter. Just doesn't need to be this competitive. You know what I mean? I don't know. It's weird. Tangent. What else? Yeah, I've been fascinated by the infanta lies ING sort of nature of adults as of late because I feel like adults or at least the ones I'm coming in contact with are like all trying to relive their youth, and I think it has to do a lot with like the. The the reboot nature, and everything's being rebooted from our childhood or from our from our twenties. Because, hey, I just think, you know, we're sort of out of good ideas but more. So I just feel like everyone wants to feel what it was like when they were sixteen and like, I can't tell you how many notes I know with annual passes to Disneyland and listen, not no shade, no lemonade. You know what I'm saying? Like I'm not trying it on it, but I just find it weird to be like in your early thirties without a kid walking around downtown Disney. I forgive me so Sumi. I mean, no, it's a dope place in this is no reflection on, you know, theme parks in general. I just, you know, or like a dulcimer camper frickin. Yeah, or I just feel like a lot of people need to grow up. I'm big fan of growing up. I like being grown up. I always wanted to be grown up as a kid. I actually thought the whole kit thing was like, I remember the parents and people would say like, enjoy now. It'll never be easy this right now. I'm like, it's not so fucking easy. You know, Mr Simmons. It's not so easy even now it's sixteen or twelve. And would sex Moray now is an, I'm like powerless because I'm a child and so I don't get to make decisions. But when I can, I think I'm going to feel a lot more secure about life and things. So I don't get the whole need to go back and relive childhoods and impose them on. Other people like Seinfeld has agreed joke about childhood or like the invention of our of our parents of the twenties. And on. Because before that before the nineteen twenty s nobody fucking had a childhood, right? I mean, they did, but not really because once you're of a certain age, you went and worked in your father's coat factory or your you know your grandmother's bakery, or you were like on a farm and you're a farmhand to like, you know, when you were of a certain age and ability you worked God it and like, I don't know. And then our parents or their parents, somebody had a childhood before us, and they felt like it was something special and ultra ideallic. And so now we're just like trying to preserve that for our kids and God forbid, they should tastes any bit of the world and its ups and downs and challenges before the ripe old age of twenty or like eighteen and beyond. And so we're all trying to get back there, but I'm not. I'm not trying to get back to my childhood. My childhood was what it was. It was fine, but I'm, I'm happy to not revisit it men. This is a long rant today. Sorry, guess add some shit to say. Today's episode has Josh Gad on it, hard of them, Josh Gad. Oh, you know, just the voice of Olaf in frozen also book a Mormon. Also mad things. So many so many things, movies, television, Josh is incredibly talented, and he was one of those gets for the pod that I couldn't believe we got. He and I were in a movie Cup. The wedding ringer together, directed by my friend, Jeremy Gillick, and he's hilarious in it, Tim and Kevin Hart, and I got to play for a day on it. And as you'll hear in the pot, he was nice enough to do the pod on like. I don't know a couple of days notice and I just couldn't believe he said, yes. So felt really lucky. I'm such a big fan of Josh Gad. I feel like I come across a little bit. Giddy in this episode, but so be it, you know, I'm I'm a fan. I couldn't believe he said yes, and I really appreciate him. So anyway, enjoy Josh.

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"I ramble, welcome to curious, Josh pack, start the show. What's welcome back to the show, Josh peck, you're the listener. And this is the curious podcast with me, Josh peck, I'm that guy. Hope y'all had an incredible weekend and are having an incredible week. I just got back from the long as business trip. I was doing something for Bank of America in Pennsylvania, a social media activation, which was actually a really good time because it was held it like a sleep away camp, which I haven't been to since I was nine and went home from. Early as in like twenty seven days early from thirty day plan sleep way trip because I was homesick and a mismatch mom. And I realized quickly that I was going to be an attent with six other boys and what I deemed to be an unfit counselor and thought better of it and decided that it would be best if I started crying uncontrollably so that the the camp staff and administrators would quickly put me on the phone with my mom, and I knew that I had heard just wrapped around my chubby little finger and that she would, you know, lickety-split be in Connecticut. The next data to come pick me up and she was there and I went home and it was pro. She probably didn't get her money back from the camp, but you know what I'm over it and I hope that she is too. But yeah, it was a good trip. I always in Pennsylvania for that. Then I went and spoke at Bucknell university Lewisburg PA great kids, twelve hundred kids. Came to watch me, talk about shed and try to make them laugh, sort of maybe knows good. I've done. I've done like ten of these. College gigs over the last year, and now he's really nice time, and it's cool to see the the turnout in the effect and and to sort of have that college experience if if not more than for an hour or two because I didn't get that. And I think it's sort of charming and attractive. And I wonder, you know, I think about that. I have a kid on the way and that like I really can't wait for my kids have that experience of, you know, just being ETA college in making friends and limited dorms in a bunk bed, preferably with like one of those bunk beds where the desk is under it, you know? So they're like doing their homework in this little like hutch built in rooms, plus Ashley furniture, sort of loft bed thing that you can only really own till you're like in your mid twenties. Because if you have one of those after that, it's just weird. It's just. Infantile that you sleep higher than three feet off the floor. But yeah, I can't wait for my my kid to sort of have that experience, and I hope they're smart and do well in academics because I was not that way, but I would be sad. I would be sad to see him so far away from me. I was looking at those kids and I had a very dad moment of God like your parents, miss you, or Jimmy, some of your parents suck, I'm sure and don't miss you. They're just happy to be in their own routine doing their thing, but I'm sure the majority, a good amount miss you guys, you know, and I'm sure they live all over the country and they're hoping that you're not drinking too much and making complete fools out of yourselves, which I'm sure most of them are. But no, they were smart kids, smart kids. Nice Cates. Good time. I like the college gigs. It's nice to new thing for me. What's going on in the news cavenaugh he's on the supreme court. I don't want to politicize this podcast because I'm not the one. I think if I have any sort of good quality, it's my wariness of which in my opinion is probably not the best voice and things of this matter. And that people like die. Don't know. Trevor Noah or Bill Maher. John Oliver Oliver are probably more fit to sort of expound on the things that I feel. I think we, I probably share political sensibility with all those guys look up to them. Well, I like them. I don't know if I look up to them. I like them all, and but. Yeah, it's been an interesting thing and we'll see what happens. But sure is democracy in action, isn't it? I mean, our elected officials confirmed this guy. You know what I mean? So I'm not love it and people might not love it. Some people like it. I don't know, but inevitably, this is the system at work. If you want to change it, vote for it. Go out and vote do that shit because you can vote soon. I don't know when exactly you know. I know I was about to sound like someone who really was responsible and cared about his civic duty. I, you know, I care enough to mention it here and I hope that you all Google the exact date when it is our turn to vote. I believe it sometime early November. So best of luck. And then what's Conor McGregor could

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Welcome to curious with Josh peck start. The show. Y'all, what's up guys? Welcome back to the curious podcast. I'm Josh peck and this is my pod and you are the listener and you are incredible. Thank you for coming back. I can't believe you're here. I can't believe you come back every week and if you're new to the podcast, welcome also where you been, you know, we're like twenty one episode steep over here. What are you? What are you knew? No, I'm just kidding. I really, I really appreciate you coming and tell tell your friends. Tell not your friends. Tell tell your enemies. Tell them all. Tell tell strangers tell people that you haven't talked to in years and you're like, how is Frank? I haven't talked to him in for ever. I got a. Disease? Does he have the same number see one of those people that changes their numbers. I, yeah, I famous people have a have a habit of changing their number all the time. I would assume because people get their number and then like, you know, weirdos or like, you know, prank calling them and whatnot, but it's always, I mean, there's certain people that are of a certain level of celebrity that I'll run into every, you know, like a couple times a year and sure as shit. They've got a new number every time I see them the gym and who number of the gates. Is it the three, four, seven now now, no, no. And I'll be like, wait, hold on and they'll be like, no, no, it's six to six. I'm like, you got a whole new area code like this is not just a new number. This is a new location, but I don't know. I've had the same number for many years, so maybe I'm just not famous enough to warrant a number change, but it's good to have goals. Good tap things you're working on. Guys. I hope you had an incredible weekend. I hope that your weekend lived up to the hype that Friday afternoon told you about right. 'cause like Friday afternoon, anything is possible. The weekend is limitless. God so many. So many opportunities, so many. So many activities possible. So many things to achieve into enjoy and then God Saturday rose through and you slept too late and now like you're like, I'm gonna. Do I wanna? What am I going to do? And will that be fun? Because you've got too many options now you're racked with fear about, should I commit to something? I know I said during the week that I was supposed to see my buddy Dirk, but God, I It's don't miss. not going to be fun..

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"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"josh" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Welcome to curious with josh peck start the show hello welcome back to the pod my name is josh peck this is curious can you believe this wow yet another week of this podcast got him having fun and i can't believe you guys listen and just thank you thank you for being here how's your week i hope it's good little little wrap up on the week what's going on what's happening in the world more world cup world cup hasn't stopped i know talked about it last week i'll talk about it again i enjoy it it makes me feel more international the haircuts are incredible they're all quite dramatic when they feel they've been fouled in any way i've never seen such incredible acting in my life then on the football pitch i believe it's called i think that's what they call the field i dunno i dunno terms but but i enjoy it i like it it feels as though it brings the international community together and for that like like it it politics i just don't feel smart enough to comment and i wish more people felt the way i do because i know inherently i'm smarter than other people not not a lot but there's definitely a couple people out there that i have some superior brainpower than and yet they feel comfortable enough to comment if feels like everyone comments about what's going on and they rushed to twitter and they make a wellcrafted tweet for or against whatever is going on in the political arena and then the tweet it they put their phone down they take a deep breath and they give themselves a proverbial pat on the back like well i said my piece my work here is done i wrote the shit out of that that was two hundred characters appear biting brilliance and maybe just maybe our president will respond but more than really i will just start a feed of a lot of people that agree with me and some people that don't and vice versa and it just i feel in my deepest heart all this social media commentary on what's going on and the need to immediately comment on even the slightest action is meaningless i mean god bless i work in comedy i consider myself a slightly somewhat funding adjacent person in the in the club of funny maybe and i you know so i understand the need to feel as though you are staying up on it and you are having biting rhetoric that that comments on the the subtleties and the nuance of every little thing that's going on but purely narrating it is meaningless in my small opinion that doesn't matter that's just my opinion that i'm saying because this is my podcast i just feel like if you're not actually doing something to change things then you're just writing a fire tweet then you're just getting that ego head of god look how funny i am how smart this tweet was i don't know i i just feels meaningless but what am i doing nothing i'm talking to you appear on my my little audio soapbox you know what i mean you know what i mean you know what i mean today's episode brian koppelman let me tell you about this person syam fan i actually listen back to the pod and i feel like i sound like such a fan in this podcast because i really am i love the movie rounders which was the first movie he wrote with his partner david and since then he's written so many great movies and episodes of television he is creator of the show billions on showtime with you know such unknowns as paul giamati no big deal so brian crushes it and he also has a podcast called the moment which you should definitely check out and i've just i've always been a fan of the sky as she will here we have a bit of a past and i just love who he is creator i think his work is so smart and good but more importantly i just think he's a great dude and i am a fan of his podcast and i can't i can't oversell that you know what i mean i am a fan so brian was nice enough to let me come by his office in new york and interview him for an hour so hope you enjoy this here's brian.

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