35 Burst results for "ten seconds"

Stone Scores Early in OT, Knights Beat Avs 3–2 in Game 5

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

Stone Scores Early in OT, Knights Beat Avs 3–2 in Game 5

"Vegas has taken a three games to two lead by stunning the avalanche in overtime three to two golden knights goaltender Marc Andre Fleury rejected a point blank shot by JT Compher ten seconds into the extra session and after mark stone block to Colorado shot he found himself on a breakaway going top shelf to beat Philipp Grubauer at the fifty second mark struck off switches and the game but thanks twenty seconds in overtime the game should overthrow should backer thing on almost already you're saving he was he was sent to your email how pertinent the presidents trophy winning avalanche led to nothing after two periods but need to win in Vegas on Thursday to avoid elimination first Morton Denver

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Interview With Stuart Cory: DPE and United Airlines Captain

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

01:21 min | Last week

Interview With Stuart Cory: DPE and United Airlines Captain

"Stuart. What's going on. Welcome to the pilot by the podcast adjusting. Thanks for abc excited. Have you on our talking before about how this has been about a year in the works and what we know but most people don't know is you actually gave me my. Atp check cried Seems like forever. Go now in northeast. Ohio idea on a very cold northeast ohio day. That's right very very cold day. That was that was interesting I recommend everyone to make sure the heater works before you go take a check ride off. It's definitely fun in A good flight. that's for sure. I don't think i've ever been that cold in airplane. Yeah what's funny is an hour trying to line this up. I did that about Two or three months ago. I did a cheque right in that same clean and the heater tripped off during the flight in twin and ended up giving the his My gloves because he didn't have any clubs out. You know if you had clubs. Have i think i think transfer controls zala shit but we transfer controls for about ten seconds Period gonna during your check ride. So he's the is about. The cold was yeah it was. It was pretty rough so things things sometimes. Don't change that airplanes still active little

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Rate Or Review (MM #3723)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Rate Or Review (MM #3723)

"The nation with Kevin Nation. I was talking with a buddy of mine the other day and he was mentioning how he'd listened a few of my podcast and had noticed. I don't hype myself in those podcast wage. Anytime you listen to a podcast, watch a video blog, they're always reminding you to subscribe to rate the show or review it. And I chuckled because I thought about that often over the course of all these years, I've been doing the Mason minute, I don't beg you to subscribe or to rape me, or to review me on any of the apps, no matter where you're listening. Because while I care, I don't care. Because at the end of the day, I do it for fun. I do it because I enjoy it, I do it because I hope you enjoy it. But as I told them, the one thing that annoys me about podcasts is people constantly. Harping on, subscribe, and rate and review and usually takes them about a minute to do it. So basically I've just wasted a minute asking you to subscribe app or to rate the podcast or to review it. I'm not going to do it every day because well I can't you can't do it effectively in 10 seconds and I think to be honest with you wasting ten seconds on that in a 60-second, podcast is a waste, but you listening dead.

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Rate Or Review (MM #3723)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Rate Or Review (MM #3723)

"The nation with Kevin Nation. I was talking with a buddy of mine the other day and he was mentioning how he'd listened a few of my podcast and had noticed. I don't hype myself in those podcast wage. Anytime you listen to a podcast, watch a video blog, they're always reminding you to subscribe to rate the show or review it. And I chuckled because I thought about that often over the course of all these years, I've been doing the Mason minute, I don't beg you to subscribe or to rape me, or to review me on any of the apps, no matter where you're listening. Because while I care, I don't care. Because at the end of the day, I do it for fun. I do it because I enjoy it, I do it because I hope you enjoy it. But as I told them, the one thing that annoys me about podcasts is people constantly. Harping on, subscribe, and rate and review and usually takes them about a minute to do it. So basically I've just wasted a minute asking you to subscribe app or to rate the podcast or to review it. I'm not going to do it every day because well I can't you can't do it effectively in 10 seconds and I think to be honest with you wasting ten seconds on that in a 60-second, podcast is a waste, but you listening dead.

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The Past and Present of Data Science

DataFramed

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Past and Present of Data Science

"Can you please give our listeners. A on how you got into data science sure would love to thank you for having me dell. I'm really excited also to speak with you about all of this stuff. So my academic background is in a in neuro science so i got my graduate degree in cognitive neuroscience applying algorithms to functional neuro imaging data so basically what this means is put people into large standards record their brain activity and then try to decode. What's actually happening in the brains using a machine learning algorithms and what i knew was probably about halfway through my phd. I knew i didn't really want to stay in academia in by new. I wanted to work on interesting. Data related or data intensive problems. And when i was at that point in my phd so around two thousand ten. Two thousand eleven. I heard about this thing that that people were talking about called big data. They didn't really have a term for data science at this at this moment in time. And so i just knew that there was this field where you could you could sort of us was still in its infancy but you could sort of use the same kinds of algorithms that i was using ignored imaging work but applied to real world. Data sets so data sets in in advertising in finance in wanted analysis Kind of all over the place. And so basically i started looking into this stuff or reading about it and on my last year i really made a hard push to try to get into the industry and i wound up being able to kind of land a job in the world outside of academia and have factions We're of the earlier data science projects that you worked on. And how has that shaped bath. Leading data science to viacom. I've had. I would like to think that i've had pretty buried experiences. But maybe not. I think the reasonably eclectic.

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Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Predators Beat Hurricanes 4-3 in Double OT Again to Tie Series at 2-2

"For the second game in a row the Nashville predators beat the heavily favored Carolina hurricanes in double overtime this time for three prints when lieutenant started things off as far less than a minute into the contest and he ended things posting his fourth career playoff goal thirty six minutes and ten seconds into overtime to even the series to to to just go play by the army over to granny granny from in the slot broke my stick agreement guy had already and I got up in the slot and you know found of found a way to get in there and have a great play by them just happy at when I use is often a career high fifty eight saves in the victory well it's counterpart Alex the dog which was spectacular despite the loss turning aside thirty nine of forty three shots Jenny take over Nashville

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The Rise and Fall of the Skinny Jean

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:45 min | Last month

The Rise and Fall of the Skinny Jean

"Eighty liberty in is a denim expert and consultant and she was at the company superfine. That rolled out one of the first collections of skinny jeans in the early two thousands. She says they were like this. Revelation were so edgy and cool. There was though one kind of big problem. They were hard to get on. They were hard to get off. Oh my gosh. Getting them off nightmare. That can just see myself in the bedroom drunk early. Twenty s trying to get my dad's skinny jeans of standing on them and playing. It was a real thing. But then innovation sa- mills in italy started producing stretch denim which meant skinny jeans. Easy to get on and pretty comfortable and flattering customers went for them. Skinny jeans dominated runways and city streets in two thousand and two two thousand five two thousand ten two thousand fifteen in the land of fast fashion seasonal trends. The skinny jean was like caesar dominating everything refusing to let go of his grip of our. And amy laverton said. This actually was kind of hard on fashioned. Companies is something that i feel guilty about working trend forecasting because of see we all have enough stuff as it is but obviously a part of the apparel industry. You know the the whole point of it is to make money so yeah it made it harder because obviously if you've already got your five pairs say of skinny jeans. How'd you sell. Amy says designers just gave up on trying to push new silhouettes onto customers and they surrendered to the skinny. In fact twenty years went by and skinny jeans. And all of their various forms just kept out-selling everything

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Hedman Scores Early in OT, Lightning Beat Blue Jackets 4-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Hedman Scores Early in OT, Lightning Beat Blue Jackets 4-3

"The lightning skated away with a four three win over the blue jackets on Victor Hedman goal just ten seconds into overtime was kind of a mess of the faceoff and were able to retrieve the parking you know the kind of three guys loan but I made a great play and has some some time space and you know pick a corner so scheduling I drank a lot had a goal and two assists is Tampa Bay climbed within two points of Carolina for the central division lead breaking point set up three goals on Andrei vasilevskiy stopped nineteen shots for his league leading twenty eighth victory of the season Eric Robinson scored a pair of goals for the jackets who are eaten one in their last nine games yup this corporate hello allowed three goals on twenty six shots before leaving in the third period due to injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs

"Another dominant performance from the coli okay draws just enough as the nuggets racked up their eighth consecutive win one twenty one one nineteen over the spurs yup it's logged a triple double with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and fourteen assists between Gandhi from really really good most of us passionate people online I think again we did a really good job on the on the global and on there are there are kind and may make her truce losers of five straight San Antonio was down by eighteen in the first half of the spurs Derek white hit a couple of free throws to make it one twenty one nineteen with ten seconds to go Bruce Morton Denver

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Police official: Chauvin trained to avoid neck pressure

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Police official: Chauvin trained to avoid neck pressure

"The Minneapolis police department use of force instructor testified at the trial of former officer Derek Chauvin who is charged in the death of George Floyd lieutenant Johnny amber seal says officers are trained on restraining combative suspects using a need we tell us to stay away from the mac when possible and if you're going to use body weight depend to put it on her shoulder and can be mindful of position several experienced officers including the police chief himself testified George Floyd should not have been kept hand on the pavement for close to nine and a half minutes along based on your training and experiences it typically take to render a person unconscious using a mac restrict my experiences are under ten seconds J. from court TV records show show been underwent training in the use of force in twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen and had been certified to perform CPR I'm a Donahue

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Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton wins opener

The Autosport Podcast

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Bahrain GP: Lewis Hamilton wins opener

"Race day in bahrain. I'm what an unbelievable season opener took the win. After griffin bassil to the very last lap against smacks stephon. It was a race filled with action. Overtaking and crucial strategy. 'cause we retreated to batu throughout the failed impressive drives from the likes of landowners. I'm sergio perez. Meanwhile elsewhere the day didn't go quite to plan with. Dns finicky to mazar pin on fernando alonzo contact with guiseley which ultimately ruined his race. Another tough day for sebastian battle. He finishes the day with a ten second penalty and five penalty points on his licence.

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Running 'Low-Risk' Races During COVID-19

Ali on the Run Show

02:42 min | 2 months ago

Running 'Low-Risk' Races During COVID-19

"I'm more excited to be announcing at racist right now Than i am to actually running. I mean i'm excited to be running. But yeah i think i've mentioned on here before that. I started working with millennium running which they're putting on. Great low. Risk events in new hampshire Time trial start for the runners masks required start and finish You're literally never with a group of people. You're pretty much running by yourself. Because a runner off excuse me around goes off every ten seconds You drop your mask as soon as you start running and then as soon as you get to the finish. Someone's there waiting to hand you a new one. It's just really well done. And i wish that everyone could see these events because when i say oh i'm working a race. Obviously people are like racist. Shouldn't be happening like trust me. I am in that club like still nothing should be happening. I've been in that club for a full year now. But i do wish that everyone could see these events and see the way that they're done because i really believe they can be a model for other race companies. That just really need racist happening so that they can stay in business like i feel everyone on the virtual race fatigue. I've done virtual races for the sole purpose of supporting the people putting them on and the the company's putting them on i think that's important in a way to show our support. But i get it that people are fatigued. And so all that you why it's called ramblings right all this to say Millennium runnings doing an amazing job. I wish that everyone could somehow see. I mean maybe. I'll just like do a bunch of stories at the next event because they are leading the charge in a new format of racing. I really think that can. It can be really successful. not huge races. You know it would take if the new york city marathon did this. With fifty thousand runners. It would take like nine days for a runner. It'll start every ten seconds so it's obviously not feasible with the mass participation races but For a couple of hundred people. And i also for a long time downplayed like the value of needing stuff like this and everyone's like oh for my mental health. I need to get out. And i'm like for your physical health. You need to stay home. And now i'm like no it's been a year and i think people need some things and this is a great low risk and i very intentionally say low risk and not safe because who knows what's actually safe but i think they're doing a great job so all that a very excited to be announcing their races at the start and finish lines and just to get to be out. There runners like no one cares that it's on a mass participation start knowing cares that they're running by themselves the whole time or ten seconds in front of and behind the next runner. There's happy to be out there. And that's like what. I think we could all use right

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Podcast Cover Art Tips

Brands On Brands On Brands

06:43 min | 2 months ago

Podcast Cover Art Tips

"You're podcast cover. Art is the first thing your potential audience will see when choosing your show. That's right this is how they go about deciding at your show is at someone else's show the ability of the arbor to grab the attention of the right people for your show determines the popularity of your show. Our work also conveys. What's your show is about. It tells people this is what you should expect on today's show and contributes to the find ability for future repeat listeners. So for the people that already decided they want to watch your show. The artwork is how they find it. It's how they go quickly sift through all the other shows and say. Oh yeah this is the one. I want to listen to again so this is what we're talking about today. This is why it's so important to think about the design of your podcast cover art and not. Just throw up something quickly. So here's a few lessons go through today. we're going to talk about. What is it that makes your cover art. Stand out to people who are trying to find something for them about. What's it about cover art. That helps people answer the question. Is this for me and also isn't any good so we'll go through some of those ideas but let's let's jump into it first off here cover. Art needs to help show people what your show is about. First and foremost it's all about context. You have to with your artwork in a very quick image in that one thousand by one thousand pixel square which on your phone might be as small as a quarter twenty five cent quarter in that small square. You've got to let people know what the show's about so that if they are looking for something specific you right. If your show is about technology your cover has to convey that with that little square image. It should be able to have a title. That's legible you can read. That says something that says this is a show about technology and it should have imagery that supports that as well that if you just didn't have a chance to read it you just glimpsed at it. You have a sense of the type of show. You're listening to. That's context and clarity as well clarity. Meaning that with that image. You should be very clear on what the show's not be about in other words if it's a tech show and you have it in the title but you suddenly have a bunch of baseball Imagery or something like that. Which is something. I've talked about with clients before though it might be a good idea in terms of how the style your style might be in the fundings. You wanna bring personality wise to the show. It's confusing to your audience. They don't know if the baseball show or tech show. Or if it's about tech within baseball like the simple things you do can be confusing so making sure you have clarity of message in the images you use as well as in your words using your title is important so number one you have to be able to convey what's it about what's your show about. That's number one thing that you're covering to number two thing. You have to answer the question. Is this show for me. So for example and your cover art if you have like we said tech show but that tech show is for beginners versus advanced. That needs be conveyed. You can use the word for beginners. You can do something with the imagery to convey that one of the very popular books out. There is the series of books that says you know such and such for dummies. It could be investing for dummies. It could be technology for dummies or powerpoint for dummies. That series is very effective. Because everyone that sees that that brand in that title knows this is for beginners. This people starting out where we're gonna we're gonna cover the basics. We're gonna understand what it's about so identifying what your show is about in your cover art was number one number two is it has to convey is the show for me because if not i'd rather sign up for the show that is and it's okay if that means you're sending people away because you're saying the wrong people away they're gonna stop listening anyway and they might be a little mad you trick them into listening to your show for you know ten seconds and then they turned it on. This wasn't what i thought it was at all. So you have to. You have to have clarity that not just in which a shows about but also who. It's four so is it for me. Is the second question year coverage at answer. Another example of this is sometimes. It's not just for beginners or experts. Sometimes it's for a specific group of people like this is for like we have a marketing shows ca. That marketing could be for anybody. But if you say for entrepreneurs. I'm sure those lessons could be applied to anybody. But you know that who you're speaking to when you're talking like i'm specifically can gear all my personality and ideas towards this set of people because that's where i wanna help and though the content might be applicable to everybody the people that you're hoping to have as customers know that you're specifically talking to them and it just helps you with the conversation but conveying that in the cover is something that's gonna help you bring more people in that are exactly for you. Get number three things number one was what's it about two is number three is. Is it any good now as i can imagine. You're probably wondering how is a square image of my show going to convey to people that this show as any good but think about this. If you have to chose to choose from and one shows cover art is an obvious like someone took the phone with a selfie with an iphone or whatever. It isn't a took a selfie of themselves and they just added a label of the texts that says the show title with no other editing. And you compare that to a professionally. Graphically designed show that in other words it had an image was taken by a professional photographer. So it's crisp and well and the lighting and color is correct and the design of the background is well thought about. it has a prominent color palette. It has text that the font was obviously designed in a way that stands out you. Add all these elements together. You're gonna say okay. Well obviously one show was an amateur show and the other one's a professional show you might if you're looking for that kind of ice choose more professional show. Why is that well. Because if you're looking for help with something especially for the expert type shows you're going to be hopefully going to someone who seems like they put this together in a thoughtful way as opposed to a hobby right. There's plenty people start podcasts as hobbies. That's great but that's gonna come through and your imagery and if that's not your intention then you need to think about how my designing the show. The packaging matters just like a book cover for a book if it is just some andrew on it with cran wrote the title out and put it on the bookshelf versus a book that was professionally designed as a cover. People will judge that people will judge the book literally by its cover

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Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

Yeah, She's Driven

07:33 min | 3 months ago

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

"Let's talk about what who you are how you got online and what your favorite platforms are. So let's start there. yes. I'm originally from england. I came to america. Twenty two to get my commercial pilot's license. Because i thought that was how is gonna travel around the world but it turns out when you get you commercial pilot's license. You don't get to go to bali short trip so hang on a second. This isn't quite what i signed up for. But i did my training in long beach and i grew up watching laguna hills on mtv. And i was like one day lauren. Conrad and i'm gonna drive down h. And i'm going to be in my convertible. We're gonna have lunch together. And so. I always have that vision of wanting to live in southern california. I didn't realize that a pilot's license was going to be the thing that got me here. But when i got here i fell in love and i didn't end up becoming a pilot. I got my whole license but came to america on an old one visa and started to go jobs like this. British jackson turns out a lot of british people. Thinking the same thing in la special. But i did go for an audition to be on a youtube channel and that was probably about ten years ago now nine ten years ago and i got the audition and i found out that my one talent in life is talking and working out at the same time. I can do that all day long. So i started working for a channel on youtube. Grew it to like three million subscribers. We eighteen months. I got paid forty dollars per episode but it was just the excitement of being part of youtube and it was workout videos. And i found something that i knew. This was my thing after about a year and a half. They decided they didn't want to film anymore. I didn't understand why no problem and it took me about a year and a half to get my confidence to fill my own channel and have my own videos now. Been doing that for coming on six seven years. I've got my own fitness that we have a pocus. I just had a best selling book and life is great. But it's really been a lot of grit determination and hard work. But now i'm in a place. Where just loving life and just enjoying everything that's happening so talk to us about the. What is the team. Look like to be able to build videos and editing and all that stuff. What does that look like when you when you start when somebody says okay. I want to assemble cheang because nobody talks about the team. The talking about you should do this. Here's the tactics. let's start there. I love that question. And it's so funny because i think it's always something that i'm working on so i do have a team now but when i'm very first study doing youtube and i still have my camera like a souvenir i had one hundred and fifty dollar sony camera setup on a tripod and i would shoot myself and i had the camera and i didn't realize until about six months later that you could flip the camera so that you can actually see yourself so no joke i would get into the show. I would do my jumping. Jacks put my arms in the air go round replay double check that i was in frame and then go back again. Yes you guys were always learning. So there's a war you if you have a flip camera that you can actually build meals but we didn't have fancy iphones back then. So this hundred and fifty dollars. Sony camera and then as i started to get more things coming on i would have insurance and are actually find people of craigslist. That's where i found most of my employees. Because i have much money at the beginning to help so i started to get people who would do things like my cleaning and my laundry so that i could spend time on that so it was like. Where can i navigate my time. Where is it best spent. And what can i delegate to other people with the money that i have like that sits like what do you have and use that phospholipids. Six years of having this company. I now have a full app team. I have somebody that does my emails. I have a chief business officer. I have a video an editor a personal assistant. Somebody puts all the input in the app. And has that runs my social media and mound. My mom is also working for me. So like i have like nine ten people that a part of my team but at the beginning i did everything i edited did. The blogs did the calendar. Absolutely everything and as things got better. I've been able to bring more people on at a different level. So okay she craigslist. So what did you do run on ad on craigslist. Or he just started surfing people on the job descriptions and setting the messages in. How did you know even how to lead them. You know what i mean like. That's like all right now. we're i. This was hilarious. This more. No kidding this is talk about the flip. The camera thing. I had the flip the camera moment this morning. I'm driving down the street. And i own a virtual system company fifty voice. Okay i own want. And i literally. I'm driving down the street. And i'm talking to the woman who is running dot company. 'cause i don't run that company at all. I have one meeting a week. And i don't run the company and i said wait a minute as a as a running strategy for that committed. Why is my company. The other company hardcore business. Why are we looking for social media. People to post are to put my social media. Team is like all of a sudden decide to be trainers and they're all gone right and there's all happened like the last six weeks and so i find myself postings or outdated like eight figure company and i'm back to posting right and i go. Why am i looking for a virtual assistant. Why don't you go find me. Virtual system works. That would be great for this job and so you know sometimes the common sense is in common and you know one of the things i think you probably develop skills on is like Like okay we find them on craigslist or wherever. And how do you get over the hump of not knowing how to lead them or what to ask them to do so for me. I've done everything in my business. So i knew how to set up even the web stuff. I knew how to write a blog. I learned all the skills myself then. I put an ad out honestly. It was for like an intern. Like hey social media person needs how with you know inputting blogs or whatever was the i was doing. I basically wrote my own job description of what i needed. Help with like you need any experience because at the time the people that i was hiring work. Twenty twenty one twenty two. Because i couldn't afford to pay them. You know somebody who was thirty five and had ten years of experience in like managing a team. So i like she learned all the skills myself i would put an ad out and then i would meet them nor at my house but like a nice cafe because it looked better right. So i do these interviews and i have interviewed. I've really got it down. At the beginning. I was interviewing like ten fifteen people a day for two days straight instead of just doing a quick zun things like oh. It's right in front of us. Why don't you just young paul with them because you know in the first i believe ten seconds if this is going to be the right person for you like with. It's just a feeling and for me. It didn't matter about how much experience they had. It was if i liked you and if we connected and if we gelled so like great i like you. You're a cool person. I'm gonna have you come in and then we're going to do an internship so for a couple of weeks just to see if you've got it and you know we're right fit. I'm gonna teach you these skills that i know. Then y'all gonna do it tell. Show tried to tell them what to do. Show them how to do it with them. Let go off and do it themselves and so we just things that i knew to how to teach them and you know this was thanks to a made and things always perfect. But it's better to have people doing eighty percents of you rather than to do absolutely everything because you never be out of scale and you won't be able to

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Martin scores 2 to help Islanders beat Sabres 5-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Martin scores 2 to help Islanders beat Sabres 5-2

"Fourth liner Matt Martin scored twice for the islanders reclaimed a share of the east division lead by topping the Sabres for the fourth time in four meetings this season five two islanders forward Casey Cizikas says his linemate doesn't get enough credit for his scoring ability when he gets in those areas he's leave I has a hell of a shot and you know he he can pick his spots know what Dobson if anybody really A. in Jordan Everly also tallied for the islanders who are five oh one one in their last six games overall and eight oh one two at home New York is ten two into in his last fourteen games and remains the only team without a regulation home loss Taylor hall and Rasmus Ristolainen scored for the sabers who have dropped five in a row I'm the ferry

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Interview With Shane Balkowitsch

Photography Radio

06:02 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Shane Balkowitsch

"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.

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NASA releases Mars landing video: 'Stuff of our dreams'

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

NASA releases Mars landing video: 'Stuff of our dreams'

"Scientists have been thrilled by this stunning video images to perseverance rover has sent back from Mars but they're also pretty pleased with the audio they're getting that is the sound of wind on Mars recorded by microphones on the perseverance rover and courtesy NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Caltech and wall alone it's hardly a striking is the landscapes we've been seeing the head of the entry into sent camera team Dave gruel says it's still pretty amazing close your eyes and just imagine yourself sitting on the surface of Mars and listening to to the surroundings so the gentle world that happens in the background that is the noise made by the rover but yes what you did here ten seconds and was an actual wind gusts on the surface of Mars and grew explains that words important to something engineers keeping the mission going can use basically detect the health of of moving systems gears and actuators and things like that I'm Ben Thomas

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Sloan-Kettering Spin-Out Harnesses AI to Diagnose Cancer

The Bio Report

05:09 min | 4 months ago

Sloan-Kettering Spin-Out Harnesses AI to Diagnose Cancer

"Leo thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna talk about page. It's ai base diagnostics. And how digital pathology has the potential to change out cancer. Patients are diagnosed. Perhaps we can start with the need. What problem is pains trying to address their few different problems. We're building a portfolio of products. And those problems. Really fall into three different buckets. One is to provide more information to pathologists during their their clinical workflow. That will help them ultimately have real time. Quality assurance provide the more information during their diagnostic process as well as ultimately help them with efficiency in throughput. The second need that we're helping address is with our our viewer in our digital pathology platform which is allowing them to access historical images to share uh slides easily to get consultations as well as to be able to reference other digital images and slides during the course of their work and then the last set of needs is really around trying to look for new biomarkers that can help doctors on college costs ensure that the patients get the right treatment every time. And how are these tests generally perform today. How does pages technology change that. So in a clinical pathology setting What happens today is a pathologist or piece of tissue is taken out of a patient from a biopsy or surgery that tissue gets cut stained mounted on a glass slide. And then the pathologist is handed a set of slides to look at that patient at thaad will look at that slide and they may see something that they're not sure what it is. It may be a little unusual. They may ask a colleague. They may send it out for consultation. They may do an additional stain or send it off for some molecular testing ultimately. They're going to get all of that information back and they're going to have to make a call for that patient. What the right. Diagnosis is in a page world. That slide is not looked at under a microscope. Scanned and the pathologist is looking at a computer monitor and pages gone through those slides and matched each slide. The tissue content in that slide those patterns with a database of known tissue and diagnostics. And that information is made available to the pathologist during the course of their their clinical treatment so that they have this additional information available to them automatically forever case having to go through and take those other steps of consultation and sending cases out in additional testing in staining. They'll have that information at their fingertips so that they can get to that right. Decision faster and more standardized more confidently are slice prepared for a page test as they would be for a traditional test today yes exactly the same way in fact there's no additional Staining no additional preparation that's needed. The only piece of additional equipment is the side scattered south and is the digital. Ai system visually reading an image and is doing so in a way that's unique to the machinery somehow mimicking. What a pathologist is looking for. I think the best way to think about how. Ai works is. It's looking for patterns in data in this case patterns and tissue and so that machine is identifying these patterns matching those against database of of known patterns That have been either diagnosed by other sts or that have been results of additional testing like molecular tests or something like that to really match those patterns and then highlight that information to the pathologist during the course of their their diagnostic process as we think about going forward in that biomarker direction that i mentioned and that case These are patterns at just may not know about may not be aware about may not really be visible to the naked eye and yet the computer is able to sift through thousands ten two thousand hundred thousand millions of images and identify patterns that are signatures for treatment responses or other

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Harmontown

12:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Hate america why why why is it okay for me to be simultaneously rooting for humanity and very cynical about the way the world works like why why is this movie the baptized me into a new religion i don't what how does that work are there other movies like this i it was a lifesaver just because you you you bristled when i invoke the word nobility when we like i for me ability just means efficacy in our craft maybe if we were poets or street musicians nations are doctors we the big three maybe nobility would have would have affecting lives even just making making people laugh i don't mean to you oh you changed a little boy's life that doesn't have to be the standard just reach that's what we do it's populism it's it's it's it's it's no it's noble when the story is powerful i agree listen i agree with you there's nothing more important than that in what we do that somehow i don't know when you were talking i think sometimes there's movies it really hit us and it depends on how old we are it depends on the movies but you know i i feel sometimes i've seen a movie like when i china town for the first time in a theater i was a young person and i thought i'd been struck by lightning chinatown seems like yeah i can imagine see chinatown adjustments that i was completely obsessed with chinatown i got i before the internet before anything before i went out and every time i could see it and then i would i got i somehow i met his brother and i got a copy of the script i read the script and i outlined the script and that was my that was kind of before robocop i had this whole obsession with with chinatown orange i got the script for clockwork orange and sometimes times if you look at it you see while the circular structure in clockwork orange and there's a circular interesting structure somebody pointed out on that so i don't know how that happened but i think it was the things i was is interested in were were were made their way in it's interesting to me because field obsesses about a body heat and chinatown and so that's why partly like i'm like god damn it what about robocop what about die hard because i'm a slightly maybe a half general i there's also a movie do you can't stop watching there's something about it but it's funny that you're one of these you're one of these craftsman between you're watching robert towns work and your deconstructing attracting a you're learning to program you're you're you're needing you wanting to a peel that onion and figure out how to screenwriter big western event yeah i know i like westerns we used to always talk about okay we we had john wayne rules like that that ran what robocop aqap could do and what he couldn't do we were always aware those kind of things yeah because i mean the prime directives do western genre there's there's a set of code the code oh you know to ethics code of morality and whether you're glenn ford or gary cooper or clint eastwood john wayne that there's there's things do's and don'ts and you are punished which for having that code the code is what puts you in peril right the bad guys don't have a code their code do what you want and so you're so there's a real fantasy she fulfilment when he is killed because essentially because he's a cop and he he gets killed and he comes back as robocop but he he gets you can shoot him now that he can't and that's really what's that karen my favorite western high plains drifter because he's either a savior or satan he's come back to either punished the town or or save the town and both at the same time and he is you don't know until the very end what exactly he is but he's never given name but he he he was he the brother or was he the sheriff that killed getting kind of kind of robo copy well i think those were the things those were movies of my youth and then he he has his kind of invulnerability that he's bulletproof but he's got the he comes from he's a he's he's partial so pure sure and that's the other thing about he's actually a pre sexual character and he's pure and he's not he's not in any way diminished and he and he really believes in justice and they'd it's something that's really people like like that yeah and it reflects in the relationship with nancy allen which is not sexualize when she sees him the gun and i i i'll go i'll still get choked up about that because that's such a good fucking oh yeah that relationship with nancy allen yeah it's worth noting any seven bricks for anything thing to hold up that was made in one thousand eighty seven i say this very cynically as a person is just like come on revenge of the nerds is amazing it's a tragedy that culture moves so fast that some of these movies that are so influential great they just end up having so many cultural problem points because this is how people like oh if you had telekinesis aleka niece's back then you popped the girl's bra and like it would've been weird sci fi you you you it's robocop does not have you you it doesn't it doesn't it doesn't throb with the problem sizable because by the way i was as an executive on weird science when it was in script form and i thought it was i just watched that recently and boy that doesn't really hold up i think the reason is because i grew up in marin county which is a very very neoliberal place and it was very granola in the days that i grew up there and my mother was the title nine officer at redwood high school and she was part of an sort of a feminist movement there and so i was sort of steeped in that my mother had one nightclub steinem show with the house and when i was thirteen so i think all of that had an effect on me in a way that i really did want to create a role with louis that was just a a role for a cop wasn't about anything else i love that sometimes it's as easy as what you don't do a restraint so in casting we couldn't cast and we we had all this problem casting it and we kept looking at and really understood this to some level and again if you look at his movies you can see why but we kept looking at women and they would come into all these beautiful women came in and whenever you imagine them with him at this kind of thing she's gonna remember her hands chassis is it somehow and so what day one day paul said yeah i keep seeing the poster of anne i think she should look like the girl from anne and the nancy allen lockton kind of like like funny she's she's feminine but she's not sexual and she's kind of tough and she has a legacy as a victim in movies she's a scream queen yes she really alexis movie because it's not it's not that that's what she's reborn in this move as it is also immediately notable i thought this was just a brilliant future ism in your movie that in the locker room scenes they're they're co ed it as a fifteen year old dominion eighty-seven it made perfect sense what's it was such a cost no money there's no production value put into your own fast air it is we're in the future why the men and the women yeah of course eventually in ten years later we did the shower scene in in starship the same for the same reason when you got the budget was more than you dream never ever way less than you hope for for robocop well the mo- the movie almost didn't get made a couple of times it was it was supposed to be seven six because that's what terminator had cost and they were going to spend a aw a dollar more and then one day we came into the office and everybody's going home and it was over and then they turned around and they decided they found some more money because they found some money in japan dan because peter weller had done buckle banzai and they were interested in and so suddenly we were on again and the the we went in like like ten million dollars or something and then the immediately have probable and we were the final cost of the movies were thirteen nine which is actually an amazing for that it would be about twenty eight normally like blue thunder was a movie that was made during that time as an action picture and that was twenty eight at the time so jon davison greatly twenty million dollars that's it's so sad it's superpower was not making noise it's super helicopter if it wanted you could turn the volume down on it let's play with roy scheider alcoholism but i saw my uncle wrote that the it made what fifty million rich robocop yeah fifty was made fifty four million dollars which in those days was i hit the sleeper hit of of the summer so then you're a made man i kinda wanna talk about the two jakes of have robocop robocop to be only because historically it's so interesting i was is reading the wikipedia and it was like oh god what a forest gump kind of thing that robocop interesting sequel you definitely eh even if you don't read a single credit you're kind of what's going on here and they went to frank miller to write the script because it was nineteen eighty eighty eight and the strikes WJ strike and you had a script in the chamber you got another new meyer coming out ayud written one well okay so when the movie came out and we were made as you said they said okay you have to cup immediately or or you're fired they they set that we can fire you and and so we said okay and oliver stone wanted us to write a script and so for called about the cia in in in nicaragua and that was kind of sexy and they send us down to nicaragua to work with we got to run around with sandinistas it was really it was really groovy and he had just done platoon so he was the man so we wrote two scripts at the same time which is a mistake and we did it in three months and one script turned out better than the other and the robocop script that we had written right before the strike was okay wrote salvador no we wrote a thing called companyman right after platoon and it was about it was about nicaragua awkward not where salvador said it's probably salvador this was about the sandinistas and we had to go down and do all that and it was kind of fun script but oliver did make take it and then we got fired because there was a writer strike they hire they signed a waiver and hired frank miller who had introduced to john cook i don't really know so frank did that script he did he did one script which they rejected and then they brought in wayland green who wrote the wild bunch and they did a second script and it was kind kind of based on the creature in some ways i believe it was based on the creature that helped tip it was going to do for it 'cause john and phil really had this idea and there's i don't love the movie but there's the drug dealer kid is something i feel i could redeem if i had been writing your IT those a roller coaster 'cause i was saying i want one thing i fucking can hate about that movie is that obnoxious ventriloquist's dummy kid idea of it is a louis could have done anything about robocup robocup two because i hated it and i just did nothing sticks to my brain thing that sticks to my brain that is is it reminds me of something that you could have done a lot with i thought it was a great wonderful idea that the tragedy of the robocop story robocop two is that the the prime directives go up for committee and he ends up with one hundred nine directives like would it would it won't kill you to smile now and then and it's just sort of like robocop becomes this is over but i bet you that's a john davidson idea because that's really what john john that would have been an i record number four was don't sweat the little shit i just think it's funny and it's absurd andrea listrik i get the resonant the idea of like oh god this would be the thing that would kill robocop he would end up having all these directives and then like yeah it's if it wasn't called robocop might even be like a cult favorite of mine because it would be like this weird comic bookie bookie cyberpunk movie with tom noonan is this crowds had that turns into a crackhead robot but as a robocop sequel boy how could you how could you make you feel kind of kind of good that you know nobody can can make it work so so many different sorts they merged with stones just they can they can make a robocop remake tv series yeah well i hope they'll get it right one of these days MGM wants to make another one and we're trying to help but we'll see yeah so.

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"ten seconds" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

15:11 min | 1 year ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Harmontown

"Has to go it's where metal is made and unmade you know it's all about the rust belt and it was that's why it was detroit and that's why it was this kind of thing and i remember the producer line producer saying come on we can shoot it in los angeles and go home at night but somehow going to pittsburgh to this horrible little this awful place where the town had fallen apart around this old steel mill that was haunted and ed baxter fun fact we we established that it's too and his name is also at till he threw that one that if i could show you a tally the of the number of times in twenty years that in the most important of conversations that i've had an important to me relative to what i was working at how how important it was for me to try to communicate something the number of times that i have referenced a story points in robocop so that i could achieve some vocabulary with whoever i'm talking to whether whether or not they'd seen the movie because honestly as long as i know what i'm talking about than maybe i have a chance of explaining to this other person otherwise i'm just babbling this like taste of fucking like non connected like references but for me to be able to dive into a story that is so well constructed instructed that i can also then later when i'm talking to the same person remember that thing i keep referencing robocop will now we're talking about this part of the story so again i'm going to reference that now you already know explain it but it's every threshold every the atonement with the father being so literal it's amazing that that was a note that that suit gave it was like a it it's it's such a from the from the mouths of babes or capitalists like it's just started like i'd like to see both bad guys beat cousins shrug it easier to follow about heard like bruce teen or gray or somebody like when bob bob and david pitched mister show they were like it should be mr show with bob and david otherwise now people like people but it was sort of like like like the you guys should come out and introduce the show and at the time i think they thought that was such a ridiculous like baby boomer note but it got down there were wrong the what what a what a great note anyways but the the idea that you could you could take a stock watch and you could could you could take a circle and break the three hundred sixty degrees jansa that every second meant how many pages or whatever and and you can go around around that movie and boom the moment when joseph campbell who have has never met you and who didn't even like movies he's talking about the importance of this sort of like going to going to meet your maker and and how the extent to which which you are still driven by fear is the extent to which the ogre aspect of the father will will will will present itself and be impenetrable trouble and only through just this cosmic pummeling by that makers hand are you ever going to atone and become your own maker and realize is i kicked my own aspect their robocop is is is is is is has has rounded up his road of files of bad guys like like a like a like a clint eastwood character he's haunted by these visions of people who killed his human counterpart and he's going and knocking checking them off one by one dollars this and and then he's and then the trail leads to the clarence moniker i believe probably right at the fucking meeting with the goddess point is like it's dick jones dick jones runs OCP OCP runs the cops your cop he just say just blaze is it out but that's a lovely line isn't it's fence hashish lines are all they're all really like kind of hyper attenuated b-movie lines and you and you understand that because another thing is melting that makes you a hero you're you're the only audio commentary that i've ever listened to all the way through on ah a DVD and it was a sucked in because you were so it was like all of a sudden you're listening to a guy that understands robocop cop and he wrote it and it's just it's just not how it is you know you meet people who worked on such and such and you wanna have you ask from one question and then the very first answer is sort of like oh okay you become disillusioned it's it's a it's a press matic kind of spraying of of your mythologised something into realization that everything's a fluke and it was just sort of like a bunch of random stuff here writer director on an audio commentary cometary just you're you're you're so unabashed your nancy wilson's kit character nancy allen anti allen's character's being introduced in you're describing the importance of peter weller watching her and and she kick somebody's ass and then she takes off her a helmet and then she like throws it somebody and then like and then you you're like you're you're just talking and talking about the importance of these characters and things when you say something like you're you're you're like an and that's why it was important for that murphy had a line and it's coming up right here in luke for you cool stuff or whatever it was it was an ad lived peter did it where he looks at her and goes pretty neat now you're right he he probably needed a line there that i didn't give him but i always thought again as a young arrogant writer stupid line so i was i was being mean by polling it there but i do think that get like if you've ever seen a commentary where the the person that's talking is so in sync with what you're watching that they actually bother to recreationally like dub the lips of the ally and that's the way it came up with hostile avista baby anyway it's so satisfied is what you dream of as a consumer because i wrote all the foley and all the background dialogue and everything was in for the recording so that's another that's another forty pages trump shroedter truck okay shroud coroner let me ask questions about the shape of the sound anyway like who's the prime directive step was that always in unlike the first draft always prime directives and i think i think they're my i don't remember what they were in the first rapper there was always a prime directive and then we sat down with a guy named forrest ackerman ackerman why john davidson was such a great guy said i'll let you meet this guy this old guy and trenchcoat comes to citizens john's office and he says i read your script yeah i didn't even realize how famous you read your script and while you know the azimov said there should be three road rules of robotics so you should have three so it became three and one of them literally we were at lunch one day and there was a fortune cookie that said who serve the public trust and i went and had their wait that's a thought that that is a brilliant anthony because it is like asthma and it's a robot movie so you're going okay so we have to do this but it comes up a couple of it comes up i believe three times in the film and finally the fucking homerun of an ending robocop has is like off the top of my head i think the three best endings i think of all time are like star wars robocop and like get out was like taking your character character at the lowest point and then making them go to the highest point in the quicker you can do that the more likely you're going to get a standing ovation which which is what i did when he said dick you're fired first time i saw it in eighty seven i stood up in the theater when there's a credits rolling a we're going back tomorrow to see this movie this is the best movie ever something really really satisfying about the violent when you were typing hope you had your shirt off like hugh jackman and swordfish you you went to barbara's place said like made to women speak leave the typewriters because like before like at the end of the second act he gets his ed ask kicked by at two on nine because he can't arrest ronny cox and then go rogue run by money's he can't do anything he's totally blocked and then he goes austrian and he goes anyway he's like i'm gonna get my ass kicked again dan but he tells the guy's boss i can't arrest this guy because he's he works for you and you stick your fired and then fucking kills him it's so good to the roar in one thousand nine hundred seven was when he said murphy which is what's fascinating to me it's a real feel like where did that come from and the audience really identifies with that moment well a little segue but we could we could go back to talking about robocup all night night but i do think it's at such a weird opportunity your career represents too because ten years apart from each other you write this amazing film it's directed by this guy just it works works perfectly the chemistry between writer and director clearly are just he just creates this thing and all the collaborators playing their parts to have the same writer director ten years later work together again and tavern be unmistakably doing the thing that they were doing in in the other movie i i i went to see starship troopers incredibly excited more grown up now having spent ten years like asking myself why do i love robocop and learning your name learning learning that there's a thing called screenplays on all these things and they go to see starship troopers and while i'm unmistakably like riveted by a all of this all of these details all of the tone there's something missing for me and i i i walked out going like oh is it did i misunderstand robo cops a message did robocop actually robocop not rooting for humanity what is what's happening here there was a there was as much irony and cynicism to starship troopers but i think maybe because it was a war movie and not this movie about this guy murphy the cowboy the subjective experience macbeth hamlet like the shane who just wanted movies movies a gunfighter about a gunfighter and printing americans and the other movies the mo the other movie comes out of of a different genre it comes out of the world movies that were made during world war two to make you go fight to rent movies like air force by howard hawks and action in the north atlantic by edward dmitri or something like that and they all have this similar propagandist kind of propaganda but they also have a similar structure mm-hmm that they all kinda follow a similar structure in any event they have they you know that's before the war and there's a bunch of people and they and they and there's a war and then they meet a bunch of other people and they all say they kind of meet different kinds of people and then they they train together and then they learned that one day one of them is going to have to die someone's going to have to send someone to die you you think about like sorry to cut you off ed thank you know yeah like the thing about murphy is and we were talking about tone where we can be funny we can be violent and every murphy doesn't know he's in a comedy like everything about it is like tragic he's taking it seriously it's kind of a nerd you know he doesn't deserve this we we feel so bad for him because you don't shy away from the violence when he does get killed you don't shy away from the tragedy of his kid and his wife you know when they're waving and you're backing away from his home and his life and and i think that's why the tone works so well is that the the tragedy israel the reliability israel and everything anything else is kind of like up to eleven or twelve or whatever yeah i don't think you can discount the power of the of the trauma of robocop the subject of trauma of his his his true crime worthy experience of being the victim of gang mutilation that that it's a joke due to these sociopaths that he's a cop and he's he's now in their hands and how much fun they're having torturing him before they finally in world that clearly has suffered a certain amount of inflation in terms of the amount of bullets a human body can take even they spend too much lead had killing doctor weller i keep forgetting these dr weller as of two thousand fourteen peter weller got his doctorate in renaissance mystery show he was so into caprice who really got boehner for pyramids and shifts seventy movies and get a PHD in your pretty sure what they got a PHD passionate about why wh- robocop told me about you know samaria all all day long it's fucking was an actor in seventy movies PG would be cocaine ah anyways the yeah i just i'm just and maybe maybe it's because i was an adolescent so i was like i was coming into your hands like and god was i lucky i mean see think about just the crap i could've seen going through puberty and and i walked out of a theater in milwaukee ocoee just my my i could feel my neurology changed i it's hard to to make another generation understand because you can't even say these days back then there was no internet that doesn't make any sense but also even even the difference bridge between like a world where like when i sh- rob was the first guy to ever show me like jackie chan movie it wasn't you didn't see wire work until the matrix matrix it was previous to that was a bootleg VHS thing you had to you had to be to be looking under rocks to see things that didn't feel like ET and just wander in and for the same movie ticket price have completely different psychological serum injected into you a walkout going why was that funny and violent and and why did it love and.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:59 min | 2 years ago

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"I saw Netflix. Every so often when they have, you know, horror section movies recommended for you section. Sometimes it glitches. Did you notice that and the romance section would be horror movies to something fucks up? And I happened to see that they had movies for ages eight to ten Scarface. River. Kids running around floated her woman split like she loves it. She loves this movie. And we're gonna see what wind river is seen wind river. It's about rape on Indian reservation. I'm like, okay. Well, I don't know if my kids ready just yet. Christian finnegan? You follow online Christ Finnegan on Twitter, Christ Finnegan on Instagram Christiana YouTube channel. Yeah. Christian Finnegan dot com is the website. Okay. I mentioned if you're a person the area of our nation's capital live in around Washington DC, I'm recording my fourth album on Valentine's Day. It's exciting at the DC improv. And I would encourage you to go downtown today. I did not really pick Valentine's Day so much agency. It was given to me. This was given to me. I keep go. I'm so glad they're friendly. Giving me better. I keep blowing Valentine's Day. It's like, you know, what I have to work this year. Bec-? I wanted to do it again at the DC and province where I did my first album, and I love that club. And I love the audiences and that only coming in for what I was just there about four months ago. And so usually I'm only once a year, and so didn't make sense to I knew it would be a little weird for me to try to book a whole weekend there. And so I just I wrote the GM who's a percent. No. And I said, hey, do you have any like nights where I could combine just do to shows to record now. And she wrote back and she said, well, actually Valentine's Day is Thursday. And if you want to do it that night, and it actually works out. Well, I don't know. Now, I don't think it's a big deal. Valentine's? No, it's completely arbitrary. It's way more about like does she need to be acuity? But about staking blowjob day right can blow job thing. Yes. It is. It is the thing and people actually drive through right? I I hate that day because then that means it's only that day. That's what would Valentine's Day mean than the only Devereaux mound. Is it that only ladies how how does it work out ladies? Yes. It's the one day of romance while I don't wanna have one day of steak, and blow jobs, guess, we all have to work on something. We all have our sacrifices we need make. But yeah. So if you're interested in that all these improper dot com. These improv dot com. It's right there. Actually, that's a good Valentine's Day, if you is doing that was the only thing I was worried about is like I'm not going to have to like mention Valentine's Day. So as you know on the web's I haven't looked at the app, but apparently on the website, they're making clear like this isn't album recording in. So it's not like don't expect to like get up on stage and proposed her girlfriend, very romantic. I think it's romance to go see comedy. I think it's romance, especially if it's like an album recording things because you feel like you're doing something it's different than just going to a club on a typical Saturday nights. Like, oh, I'm going now recording an event of some sort of defines a very roommate. She's filing divorce papers. Jared Minoza farts in the mornings Mellors smarten tonight. Faggot tinos. You should have a curated keeping the girl dot com slash history. Explains to you all the things we've been through and fourteen years of podcasting. Help us reach your fifteen. Yeah. Without your help on this Kickstarter to another year. And also if we don't reach the actual Kickstarter amount it all goes to shit. Yeah. That's yeah. That's all right. Well, we did that fell keeping the girl dot com slash history. Check it out.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

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"He literally gets to choose where and when and what kind of move he makes four decades now. Okay, hold on. And he's and he's a male in this industry at whatever the fuck eight he wants she is a fat woman who gets to have very few roles that are going to be accepted and green lit, and I get that that was one of hers, but that might have been her first one second one tenth one that is one hundred try on this. So no, we can't compare. What what I'm saying? Like, you know, I think she's really good at doing that very broad silly slapstick. Chase great. But that doesn't mean she's that saw those movies. Of course, she is. Oh, you think that they're giving wait hold on you think giving her some other options and she's going. No, I don't wanna be the beautiful male the female lead. I know I wanna have him. I remember that improv. That's the person. That's that's what she did. Get adults. Everything that that's the sketch comedy is her. She was either groundlings or second city. That's that's her world that is more true world, Gilmore girls, and can you ever forgive? She's giving all kinds she's being given all kinds of opportunity in his only filling the rolls of fat woman. I'm saying that in these movies. I'm saying that that's what she came up doing like Chris Farley did Chris Farley type roles. But I mean, she into Gilmore girls if that's how she started good question. God Christian, please. Why do you defend this garbage widely? They get because you're painting the broad brush in your in my crash, he decades. Yes. But what I'm saying? I don't I don't agree. First of all, I think it diminishes. I don't like this idea that when somebody all the sudden does like a quote unquote, adult movie that that negates they're silly goofy wacky slapstick shit. That's there's a fuck and right to make those kind of movies to this automatically shitty. Just because it's goofy. And Adam Sandler until this new fucking special. No, I I will stand up for happy Gilmore one hundred times out of one hundred that Christians the second movie was that two decades ago. Yes. All right. So he's decades we're arguing to different things. Arguing two very separate things saying brought her saying they only give her the falling into shit movies. Like, no, they don't only give her. She's not only giving jacking the she came flying in the ship. That's how she made her Buchan bone. Is you? Jack, Christian nothing. Literally candy was unhappy time murders three months ago, which is another falling in the shit movies. What I'm saying, why are you turning off my mind because I'm yelling, she's a broad person who has brought interest and broad talented long with falling into shit one moment and then doing sort of a dull comedy about the world. And another moment. I'm just saying that you think I'm saying, what are you? Are you? Very different than what you think. I'm arguing what I'm saying is like just because she's done this one movie that is getting critically respected, and is kind of more of a nuance adult type role that doesn't mean that the other shit. She did autumn garbage. And it doesn't mean it's not garbage. She doesn't she doesn't suddenly get credit for being a good movie in have no blame for being in a shitty movie. She's made choices and these the movies in. Of course, choices are more limited. Of course, they are so absurd..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"And you hear about this. I do at least every year in something like a wal mart or target. So man when December's common put it on layaway, I've done some guy was trying to go viral pay for it for you. There's if you send. To Santa Claus. If you send a letter or anything to Santa Claus. It will be at the post office, and they will organize those letters. And so what you can do around. This time is go to your post office and pick up some of those letters and actually make the true. That's cool. We did that my brothers worked at that. And then I realized that can happen. So I went on another time, and I picked up three different envelopes and feel guilty. Because it's like if I don't fill these three they didn't have a chance to others, you're, but you open them up and somebody's like I wanna laptop like you can keep wanting. Okay. You open up another one. And it's like all my family wants is thanksgiving dinner or Christmas dinner, and I'm like, okay, I can go food shopping. And so I actually went food shopping and showed up at their door with a whole bunch of shit. Like, this might seem creepy because I'm not your door because he told Santa where you live Santa's not look like the representing. A completely different vibe. Also you ever like think like what would I do if I won the lotto? And it's always my thing to win the lotto than gone Kickstarter and just funding things and just like relieving people of this goddamn nonsense of making started, please let me artist, please. Let me just like you to be an artist you get to be an artist. I just like looking fill the whole thing. Next thing you have six thousand colours that you can charge your phone off. Next thing. You know, you have forty three hundred terrible one person shows. Were they come to your house performance? The worry about it. Yeah. You got to click that I don't want my reward. But those kinds of well good. All right ready for the movie section can you ever? Forgive me is a movie that's out. It's a plus I recommend it that is the movie Iraq on it as well. It's super good. Let's McCarthy and she's not falling over into shit. And no that's good Melissa McCarthy is one of the greatest actors. I I knew on Gilmore girls. She she spot on not give stupid buffoonery shit right now. So it's really good to hear that she's bad way. They don't give it to her she chooses it. She has agency. I mean, if we're going to give if we're going to give Adam Sandler shit for picking for crappy. Okay. That movie Mandy, she did which I think it was called Mandy it was the one that she wrote it inflators contain her husband directed it in. It's the most falling into shit movies of all she's done that was her project that was her project. I'm saying I love her. But it's like, let's not say any bad movie. She does somebody else's fault. Any good movie? She doesn't serval. Well, if we okay. But if you want to check it all the way, Adam Sandler has his own production company..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:46 min | 2 years ago

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"I gave everybody cards like, hey, was nice rehearsing with you. Let's have a great show, and I gave him like a whole bunch of cinnamon little things like everything cinnamon from the Bodega little thing at the closing. We were already dating. And so he mentioned this pipe that he. And his friends. It was like the first pipe describe it. And I had it made. And I put it in with a whole bunch of cinema and stuff again, he took a picture of that they had a name for the pipe. It was called Lani moo took a picture of the pipe scentists, childhood friend, and she was funded all my God. Where did you find Lani moo? And it was like this thing that together replicated. Yeah. This thing that they didn't have in a while. They'll come to good. I'm like, how did you know? I wanted this thing. And she's like, listen, I'm. I gotta do that thing. Listen, this is right. That time here where it's like how the fuck have. I let more than eleven months ago, right? Without having any idea what my wife wants like how I spend my entire. She's like the person that I speak to the most by factor of twenty. And now it's already almost December. I have no fucking clue break. Did you not like anything all year because I have nothing clicking? They seems really corny. But people will absolutely say what they like all year round. And it's there's no shame in writing down. I feel like people think that that's cheating or that's kinda Mandic. This is the I will say that women will do that. Let express. Yeah. Right. I mean, that's a cliche. But I think cliches don't fall out of the sky their base on something because I'm sure I'm sure that my wife does that. I'm sure that you probably do that or whatever I don't think I've ever done that. I don't think it's ever occurred to me to sort of mention, right? I'm too busy taking medicine. There's not time. To mention. A man I think I think men will mention it without realizing it you'll more. They don't realize it. But I'm saying guys might mention experiences and like things that. Yeah. What's funny? Is you guys think negative spaces not space? So you'll be like this is what I don't want. We can sign a guy want. I'm more where it's like I wanna buy something for myself. And now, I don't feel like I can. Because in case you got this for me for Christmas. Like anytime about shopping all season. Oh my God. I really put an totally use that. But I can't fuck and by it because it's December eighth. Might already be a Christmas present purchase a now. And that never happens. Well, me, and my girlfriend would just past the store the other day, she stops to look at some dress in the window. All that's nice. I'm like, okay. Then she keeps walking. Then goes, I don't like it action. Like, okay. Follow it up because a man who referred Keith. This is a big holiday for the two of you just just me and her I haven't met the kids. They're not getting presence. I didn't get Europe. Joy, you know, that you had a girlfriend. Yeah. No. She has kids guys need to talk. How many kids honestly, I'm not sure. Trying to figure it out from her standing three kids teenagers. Do I know them? Do. I not them to do. I know her children Kyle Cossio. I don't know. No that. Doing it sweet do on those Brooklyn. And she got her love right in my dick right now. You can go for the eleven second for Christmas. Nice. Excellent. Two weeks the love. Man who referred to himself as Santa Claus visited WalMart store and therby Vermont last week and paid for several customers layaway items, including the items for people who weren't at the store at the time..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:25 min | 2 years ago

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"These really are the best sheets ever. Christmas time is coming. Are. You are you a good gift giver? No, I if I'm being honest. I I feel like there was a time when I really gave the extra effort and gift giving we don't really like camper night. We got into that vase with like what a we want because it's like all it's our collective money. It's kind of like what will we buy for each other? It's all coming out of the same pool. So it doesn't feel as as fun, and I don't really get to see my family as much on the holidays anymore in. So I will buy Christmas presents for people that my stepbrother, and I always by other sort of just weird goofy shit. I bought him. A Lionel Ritchie mask that I found online last last year. I think that goes from the maiden Japan or something just because it's just because goofy. But that's like the most that's the only person I've really put effort into buying gifts for other than that. I just I try to buy gifts that people aren't going to be. He's the only person I buy gifts for where the really I really just want the laugh when he opens it, you know, what I mean. Because spend more than thirty bucks for that. But with other people, I just try to buy something that they're actually not going to need to return. Do you know what I mean? Like, I don't know. I don't know. I'm done giving gifts like unless I see it. And I'm like, wow. You know, who would like it? And who cares? What holiday or birthday, it is fine. Right. My youngest brother. He's the worst gift giver, and you can tell there's no thought behind it. And he must have passed the garage sale once got a knife, but not like a cool Bowie knife like a like a regular steak knife in your drawer. Chef's night, just a knife just a knife. And then a sign that says, God bless this house. Like, he never met me in my life. I'm an atheist. Larry's I had all I needed one of these. I had an uncle I go. Thank you. Fuck. You. You don't mean it? I haven't who has schizophrenia and he's still believes his living in nineteen forties. But he when I was growing up. It was always hilarious. What gifts he would get us. Because it would just be wacko like one year. He got all my cousins. And I like pots and pans. They were gonna bag, but they refer like Betty Crocker. Like they were like children's pots and pans for like an easy bake oven kind of thing. And we were like fourteen fifty years old and one year he got his because he'd always gets the same thing. He got me a pad of paper that had like a funny little saying on top in the like, a notepad in a said the opinion of the man in the house is not necessarily that of the management, right? Which is for like a housewife? Right. You know what I mean like? Okay. Thanks. Maybe maybe a brother has schizophrenia and has an excuse goes dum shit. Maybe maybe maybe he believes nineteen forty that would be that would make sense a little bit more. Of course, followed Christians Twitter at Christ Finnegan, and he rates a Hess mini trout. Gadjah the Christmas gift that says I picked us up on the way over until your mom. She'll ever damn check on Friday. Great is baffling to me because this time of year we start seeing those test commercials and just I have to they wouldn't just be throwing money down the toilet. They wouldn't continue to make these things in less people were buying them. Yeah. They seem pretty excited in the commercials in the eighties. Right. I'm bringing all the gas. What some like nine year old kid on his phone playing on his twitch playing like fort night or something and you handing him this shitty. Gas station truck. Yeah. Thanks, dad into not nothing says the truck I think I'm a good gift giver, I've given like some stuff in the past where people are like oh shit. You listen to me. I'm does good. Come the thinks. I mean, you know, him empathetic. She is she's a great gift giver. It was one. Okay. So when I first met Hennessy we were in a play together. And he always got like, cinnamon, gum or cinnamon. Cinnamon was this thing. And so for the end of the play for the beginning of the play..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

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"Run the nuclear of our point. I know it. He has the say, yes. Yes. Or that's dumbest. Fuck you know, that somebody be at Sarah Sanders, somebody Jared wrote this fucking question. Like, here's something that you can say to act like you have any information on this topic at all or. Yeah. Exactly freelance isn't making his own. And there's probably some like simple straightforward question. Like, hey, which which kind of engineer you're going to use which kind of you know, whatever action. I don't care about. Yeah. Just something to to show that I did thirty seconds of prep in the limo on over. But now, I gotta make this when my own as we all know steam magnetic, right? I know the word steam, so I'm gonna sumit go with steam. But what we're doing that very well. I would go. Joa electro-magnetic cats. Okay. Good. And then Trump says I'm actually glad that you gave that answer. That's that's the right answer. I could sleep again. Lecture magnetic cast. This was supposed to be a frivolous. Call but it could've went the wrong way big time, right electromagnetic whatever, I don't know I'm conducting actual incredibly dangerous business on Thanksgiving Day during a conference call. Like all you have to do is be like, hey, do you guys have a Turkey on the rate like just stupid? Right. Do you go with brine or do do you go with mandates because Brian is tried and true of many seems to be the latest thing? That thing is I see somebody. That sounds good actually sound bad. Right. It doesn't like manny's. I love man. Is. But I hate all condiments whatever unless it's hot sauce girlfriends like that like she scared of condiments yet. If if you've made as in the sandwich, unless I can fully remove it because you can't feel anything. Catch ups, not a thing. Hey catch up my head. Just really that's weird. My sandwiches. So to speak rivals. That I should get. Switches does that sound hot Heo if you said sandwich, I put Suraj on my sandwich that would sound a little that that's a word for vagina that I don't feel like as ever been hands. Oh my God. Oh my God. Are you having sex because it doesn't sound like it? No. Visit that got laid a lot you say, it's it's sort of. 'cause you're you're eating it and meat in your sandwich. Let me make it nonvegetarian. This is all very sexy talker, you're bringing your own shouldn't you call? John sandwich, all your problems putting meat in it tomatoes catch up if you want to the time of catch month. Yeah. Kitchen sandwich. The bread the tube stakes mothered and underwear sauce. I guess I'll have to have sex you in your butts sandwich. Let's get an television. Let me put my banana in there. Our parents are very proud of something about nuts in my forties. Speaking of sex. Let me tell you about the sexiest sheets. I have on my bed that I have sex on. Yes. This is clean part of my house. My sheets Brooklyn and sheets are the greatest sheets I've owned in my entire life. And if you ever told me ever in my past that one day, you're going to be in your forties excited that tell people where they get sheets. I swear take your face shove it enough fucking garbage disposal. I'd be like bullshit. There's no way. But here I am telling you how to get the best sheets you've ever had and very excited about it. I'm so excited about how to cuss words. This is some copy, right? Yeah. Brooklyn and works directly with manufacturers directly with customers. No middlemen. That.

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:47 min | 2 years ago

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"He would he believes it more than anything because he has to and not only does he believe himself. Like you're saying he believes his fellow inmates. There was a one of his cellmate at a certain point was removed because he was a kiddie porn, dude. And they found naked drawings of children that he had done in his cell and Pam textra. What he told cameras in this is in her book. She said her dad told. Yeah. Her dad says they were midgets they weren't kids. They were midgets. He was just drawing pictures of midgets of absurd insane thing ever. But these are the things that they have to believe about each other in order like all believe your bullshit. If you believe mine that kind of thing does party you can't help. But think minute kind of hope you do drop the soap. No Keith prison. Rape is funny. The more, you know, let me also race doesn't help person be like any. No, it's not gonna that person's gonna come while. I see the world in complete rain yet. I've been wrong. This whole time really wanted to better. Now, stop stop Lawrence. All right. So let me be fair. If I play that I play that old clip of Donald Trump, Donald Donald standby, you this very recent. This is over thanksgiving. Donald Trump talking to military members during thanksgiving and him trying to act like he knows anything. Well, so when you do the new carriers as we do, and he's he's on the phone, which is interesting because you'll hear the other end of the phone so he's on speakerphone, but he has the receiver to they're doing. Well, so when you do the new carriers as we do and as with thinking about doing would you go with steam, or would you go with electromagnetic because steam is very reliable and the electromagnetic. I mean, unfortunately, have to be Albert Einstein to really work at properly. What would you do? Navy officer. FBI to run a nuclear of our. Well, what we're doing that? Very well, yes, sir. You have to be very smart to do. What we do. We are smart. You know, you're talking to the United States navy? You know, you didn't call quiz. No, right. Teenagers fucking around on a fishing trip. We're a carrier. We overnight explained it to us. We're good. I love that. Like all of his references are just like the dumbest kind of simple. Yeah. You gotta be Albert Einstein. Like, he's probably the kind of guy who had some of these blind. He'd be like, hey, Stevie Wonder all references are just like the dumbest big boobs. Dolly parton..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

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"So it's you know. It sucks that Dwight Howard. Is a piece of shit, which he seems to be base. If what's to be believed by the threat is true. It seems like he's kinda shit head. But it also is just kinda like crappy that this is the way this is coming out because it's like it just gives a release for all the people to make just dumb trans jokes or whatever. But I will say I'm semi pleasantly surprised that it has not lit up social media the way, I think it would have ten years ago that I think even a lot of basketball. I'm a big basketball fans while I follow a lot of basketball writers on Twitter. There's sort of a a uniform ity of like, hey, this is fucked up what he did. But there's nothing wrong with being attracted, whoever among sports, I'm telling you. But I'm telling you is basketball is definitely the most progressive of all the major sports, but it's better than it would have been ten years ago. It's been interesting to see it's been interesting to see people not kind of just immediately. And of course, idiots on Twitter making the stupid. Would expect but among the sort of more established pushers information. Yeah. The influencers the NBA influencers people seem to have kind of like a, hey, let's not descend into it's kind of like the same way that like everybody kind of has accepted now that prison rape jokes are just not fucking cool in the way that used to be just like the easiest punchline. Hey, don't drop the soap. And now people are like, hey, you know, what that's fucking rape. And maybe it's not a hilarious thing. You know, speaking of which Trump is asking the supreme court to fast track the transgender military ban, the malls when you complain on my shins hurt. Sometimes I can't go to war. Now, these people for whatever reason are willing to go to war, and you're saying, no, well, it's all of a piece. I mean, the anti trans stuff the border stuff the confederate monument stuff. It's all a piece. It's a trying to reestablish a world order. It's trying to establish like nine. Eighteen fifty s America world order over again. And I think that they're sort of this idea of art where we've crossed the Rubicon at this point. We're just gonna go full hog on. Gay marriage is going to be the next thing. I'm telling you, you know, and I don't think it'll be successful at the end of the day. But I think it's all part of the same impulse. I watch. I I'm watching the west wing for the first time, and I know I'm late to the party. But I cannot imagine that that the White House is even comparable now to this TV show. Do you know what I mean don't even know if it was comparable, then honestly, I didn't watch a lot of the west the west wing. But I mean I seen enough of it compared the west wing. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee, saying there's like one of these would seem fake well that that's the thing. Things. Like, like, I'm love the show, veep, the HBO show, and it's like, you know, in the whole thing when that show starters like oh my God. I can't believe all this amateur nonsense is going on behind scenes at the White House. You watch veep. And you're like, oh my God. I long for this level of competence, right? You have a guy filling in for the press secretary on west wing. And so he tries to make a joke little light hearted. But it's taken around. And he says the report you only had one question. That's a question. That's a stupid question. He says kind of what the small then they have to deal with that. Now, you look at Trump. Yeah. Looking at a woman happens to be only women that he does it too. And it's like that's stupid..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:42 min | 2 years ago

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"I was saying this. I love that special. And I think it's the terrible movies that confuse us because I I think what it is. Or let us know what he's about. But there are certain. But all his sorry, all his albums or great. Yeah. It was I I don't know about the later runs is the only one I owned, but the first one I really liked and I think people of certain age say thirty eight to forty five I'm probably at the top end of that age bracket that they have these really fond memories of Adam Sandler, not only on us. And I have memories of from being on remote control, you know, them TV game show. And and so I've always so seeing him sort of descend into sort of self parody of these just really awful beyond awful movies. I feel like I've been even harsher on him than younger people might be because I remember when he didn't fuck and suck. And so the fact that you suck so hard now it's kind of like Phil Collins, or it's just like Phil Collins was making kind of typical eighties crappy pop music, but because he had been. A dude in Genesis. And they were like a prog sort of like that they had been a respectable band. You went harder on Phil Collins, not believe you said, Phil collen. Yes. I can't. That's what you brought up the back of your that's throws. But Colin people went harder on Phil Collins than they did on a Richard Marx because nobody no new Richard Marx's anything, but if I can eighties cheese ball, whereas Phil Collins had this career of being thought of as being quality where insane Adam Sandler, not that. He was quality. But people thought he was like funny and interesting, and so then later block so bad. It was like, okay. Fuck you twice because you you didn't have to suck so hard. And so to see how special as kind of reminded you a little bit of like, oh, yeah. That's kind of why used to like, Adam Sandler. That's that's the quality that I hadn't seen in twenty years lap, the bad taste out of your mouth a little bit. But once once again, I could tell the boys in the band that? I like Adam say on the economy that the whole you whole reason you brought that up you could make that joke. And then I totally take you off top. Well, I saw I saw some as I loved Andrew dice clay. And I saw some fair fairly recent New Year's Eve special you did and right away. He starts with look at these two faggot Tinos in the front row. And I'm like, no, no see that's different though. Because that's actually what he was back. Then it's not it's not like he was great. You were dumb. I mean, we were don't don't we were all dumb. It's not like like, Andrew dice clay. I think we all kind of woke up. I mean, what do you what do you comedy has to evolve? So if you're not evolving, we have to go you already told that joke, and it's been decades will and it's just the truth. Is that a dude in his late fifties early sixties telling jokes, just not as cool as twenty seven faggot tree is no longer a punchline? That's not like. Yeah. Get him. All right. Well, we don't want to. Right. Well, I mean, I don't I feel like even bring it up. It's kind of negative or whatever. But I don't know if you guys have followed this Dwight Howard thing that's gone online. Last today's basketball player. Dwight howard. Got a trans woman basically outed him as being. Into men and trans women and shitty. Yeah. But he she he'd white Howard in his pastor who I guess is sort of his sort of enforcer has kind of like fixer. He has sort of pastor that like hangs around like hanger on essentially was threatening her with violence, if she told the truth, and so she kind of went to social media to be like, okay, I'm being threatened by these people fuck this guy in..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

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"And mouse, it was described to me that way it was like, you know, fight them off until you can't fight them off until you're married. And then, you know, just give him what he needs. And then you'll be all right sex used to sound like something that you have to like put up with in order to live your life. You know with some Lovin it, right? The woman goes to the guy's house just to hang out a little bit. And then all of a sudden, she's like, yeah. I'd like to go home now. And he's like. Yeah. But it's really fucking cold outside put my drink. And he's like, hey, calm down. She's like what about my sister? And the neighbors these like, easy stay here. You know? Yeah. My mother used to one of the things that she would want me about his watcher drink. Like, really, that's the one thing. I watch my drinking clubs like that. Was the one rule? I had you know, like, yes, I'm breaking my parents rules. I'm here without them knowing but I better watch my drink is very prevalent, very normal very normal guys to take your head and like put it down by their day. Dea? You know, just here's the thing. The problem is part of that is hot you know, what I mean that my head and mice. Yeah. So that's the problem. And I can't tell if it's because of my upbringing that everything that's taken is hot, and that's part of it. But it also is hot. Well, that's what I don't know. How to explain to you that like a real genuine look of horror is different than we're playing. Yes. But it is slightly. The only thing I would say to to younger people who grew up in an age where things were taken differently is just remember that this shit was just in the air pollution. It was just it invaded your brain. Whether you wanted to or not like I was saying what they mean by toxic masculine. Yeah. I mean, we were talking before we got on the air about this this dude that I know and that we know that that that I kind of think is turned into a bit of a bit of a scuz-. But at the time I thought like, oh, yeah, I'm not like that. But hey, he's kind of normal on. And I'm the I'm the weirdo. I'm like, I'm the bleeding heart already guys taking that's the norm. And then I remembered Christian used to get used to get made fun of all time. Everyone thought you were gay and like you always got put into the friend zone. It was very frustrating nor the friend zone thing you could. Plenty of sex. So yeah, it was. And so I thought yet you're a more gentle person. This other dude is like how normal guys are. And so you're to agree. But I would say that even if you know putting myself, you know, not absolving myself that even that sort of gentle shit. I probably played that in the angle, you know, more in we know dudes, certainly in sort of Lower East Side world, who's, you know, we know plenty of dudes who kind of played that I'm the sensitive guy who's not like that..

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"It to tell the boys about you. Bring a girlfriend maybe girl, you're trying to have sex. I'm gonna fuck you. Wait till I tell my friends. The number one thing ladies. The reason you have to hide your numbers. Bring a girlfriend maybe bring to got my camera. Make a star out of you. Let's inject it photograph it down to the subway. Let the boys have it reached down low slide in real slow. I wanna hear your engines roar before in the door. You feel so good. Wait. Let me say this sexy right through so good. Do you know? Once more got one. Sorry, not easy. One more shot before out the door. Was it hot for you, masking? Did you fire this round this to second debt? I'm through believing this town. Oh, wow. That's a good. Bye. Maybe it wasn't appropriate. I think this is going to be good for your your eighth grade party real. But I was listening to that stuff to listening to guns and roses, I used to love her, but I had to kill her. She six feet under. You know, she such a fucking whore. Remember, the t shirt that guns and roses had brother had one? It was also poster very popular. It was basically guns N roses on the fun. I think it was the cross one on the back. It was a woman in an alley who that was the original cover band who was just obviously raped and her underwear she was sitting in the alley like all fucked up and like her clothes ripped off. Her underwear was down by her knees. And she was left for dead, basically. And that was haywar men. Listen to our music, right? By like toy robots though, aren't there like toy robot surrounding her? I didn't pay attention to the robber. Are. They was there is this artist think Robert Williams was his name. And he was the one who did that the cover and that was the sort of ban guns and roses cover, and but there was a time. It's like, oh, man. People can't handle how cool and bad ass. Not like this is really genuinely wrong like, oh, those adults kind of had a point when they were upset about that. That's not the kind of thing. It was a monster not a robot. So it was like this big mostly teeth, and then just hands basically how women see men and yet here. She is. She's like completely half dead. Yes. She even one shoe off for some reason in an alleyway. One kid is out her her underwears below her knees her skirt Dhillon. It's like the aftermath of the pinball seen in the accused. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, what was interesting is my parents were very very conservative, and we weren't even supposed to talk about sex. But my brother had this shirt at the age of around thirteen. And this is what I thought sex was a think about you on. That's thing is that you know, we associated you know, there because there also was a sort of Jimmy Swaggart religious pruder's into the eighties. And so we associated well if you have a problem with any represents representation of sexuality, then you're clearly some fucking conservative asshole. Whatever it's like, you know, just because our tit is out doesn't make it like erotic or hot. It's still a violent crime. But because I know for myself, it was just like to me a naked lady and a drawing of a woman having been raped in an alleyway where the same to me, it's sex and therefore desirable. I notice maybe blowing people's minds. I think that you know. A bold statement. Just just a warning. You know that that that this is Julius behind you. She's twenty something. And this isn't the conversation that people are having. But this legit was what I thought sex was. I thought I'm supposed to wait until this dude takes it. From me. I'm supposed to fight it off until I kinda get tired of it. And admit that I want it not kidding. This was like how I I made out with anyone like how I like how how the game that it was like, very cat..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"On the middle screen. I've noticed this with women that a would you say that is a Keith Malley women thing because I don't necessarily by the way for categorizing me in that manner. Just grown. Just really not my favorite thing is as your your passion line women. Type it. And if you don't know what to take type in Stein medication and the number one over the counter thing to take pops up right away that is diamond all rice die begun. Yeah. That is the second greatest thing that the internet has to offer us. The first porn. No porn is a three versus overthrowing evil governments. Or reestablishing them. But. Bolstering them. Okay. Okay. I don't know. Why is it so hard to take medicine regularly? It doesn't. How your knees taking glucose Amine, take it? Yeah. Yeah. I think you're lying. I'm not. My little pharmacy my house when used to give me shit about my how much chew my fingers that. I think you may have sort of an issue with with people not taking medicine, or you know, that that scene south arm. Yes. Yeah. Or just like, why are you doing the thing? Yeah. You have that sort of quality to you sort of a. Yeah. Why you had to like it's weird quirk? Well, because I don't know. But I'm saying that might not be a win women thing. It's just something about people that bother you. But because women are the because you're intimately involved with a woman in the way, they want with a man that you associated with a woman thing when it's really it's the people thing that bothers I've I've maybe your male friends are not telling you when they have a, hey, exactly. That's what I'm saying. You're not exposed to win your male friends. You know, I do want to hear on our our when you when you give that opinion based on this conversation include your sex, jer probably get to we'll get to the bottom of this. Last time you're on with the Jesse Joyce. He were talking about phone banking retired about him calling people up. It's the midterms wake the fuck up. We, of course, recently had the election are can take all the credit. Well, are we placed for more pleased now than I was that night? I mean because a lot of those races and the getting called a few days later, or whatever and. So obviously happy that the house flipped. I was slightly. Sweating it that night. It started off looking really bad in the things weren't going. Well, and so I, you know, because I felt like a lot of people on the left kind of had that we're gonna get fucked. It's all going to end badly, and I had sort of tried to deny that when in the weeks leading up to the midterms are people like all the Democrats have blowing it they're gonna blow it, and I was like, I don't don't do that, you know, just don't make this a self filling prophecy. And then the first couple hours that night, I did start to succumb to that feeling of like, what are you doing you nervous bikes nails to cuticle? Yeah. Well, that's what I do when I'm not nervous. So I I have to pay around a lot. I walk around a lot. I get sweaty. Like my head. I get itchy and sweaty. And I start pulling at my clothes and things like that super hot. Yes. Super sexy shit. That's That's really hot. hot. Here. It's robin. Right. I'm not crazy. Right. It's Robin Williams in that movie. Jack, you know, he just tugs. Just like everyone saw a fifth tier? Robin Williams movie the Seto the movie, Jack, which was a low point and Francis Ford Coppola's career, which I don't know why. No that he directed that. But he did because everybody knows that crypto Christians given. No, I haven't. I haven't seen it, by the way, my sense had an end to it Christian. That's all right. Yeah. I, but I don't know that seem Keith I'm sorry. It's the whole fucking movies a kid in the polls. I desert. Oh, I got visual. I understood it look at this. That doesn't mean you're right. Doesn't mean. Either one of you. Right. But we're all okay. Trump was in Palm Beach. Here's a somebody a singing to him about how great he is. And how we all have is back..

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Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Flicks comedy central. He's been on cone the today show, Christian Finnegan. Here the worst. I I'm sorry mine. Why? There's there's a neutral version of that. That's not suck or wasn't. I really didn't think. Honestly, when I said that I was already looking forward to rubbing Kice facing it that I beat him in silent trailers. And so I hadn't even thought about like, how am I going to say Hello, really? I had already had a little thing. Worked out can be like, hey, I think I did that sound trailers. How did I do again on the fucking shit out of the shit outta Keith? Yeah. So so I was already excited to do that. Would you introduce me? I didn't have anything for pear. And that's just what came out. And so my default Motors. When you're not paying attention. Yeah. That's just what's great. Sorry politics. You've always been that dimmed late for me. I am the I'm the physical manifestation of the dying of like. It's very inspiring rage against me. Let me ask you this. How long have you been married first off four hundred twelve years four hundred twelve years. So you've been with them for a good good amount of time. Right. Indeed, Kemba elbow. Why why Meads is already bad? And the has this thing with medicine that she won't take it like she's scared of us being the greatest country in the world marshes. She's she's cautious. Right. Like, she'll show have the flu. And doesn't know you take flu medicine, right? I do forget. And I do that. There are things for simple system. And I say, I say why not take something over the counter? And she she makes up like weird excuses like that just makes you comfortable. I've ever heard anything dumber and Mike like for my body to fight its own diseases and my girlfriend now she has a stye and I'm trying to get her to regularly take medicine. She's like I took it to talk to a child. When did you take it four days ago? It took it once his is what Keith has to offer for his relationships. This is the thing why are you fighting this? So far, I notice it's a women thing. And I was curious if this happens with yes, Julia, put your head back on straight. It's a woman thing. I don't know that that's true. You don't think I really wanna like joining me like, yeah. Totally dude. But I don't know. I don't know that my why my wife has to take a pill every day, you know, right for anti babies for breast cancer comedy fund. Right. Nobody needs to know that after you have to. Yes. But I don't know she takes medicine. I guess I mean, well what I will say though, is that she sometimes would rather think that the end is not I then to actually take the medicine. I will say that that sometimes it's like, oh my God. I think I think I have lumbago or whatever. And then I'll be like, well, did you have you have you paid? I'm sorry. I'm what I'm saying. Is that sometimes she will? She will think that the sky is falling and this something terrible's happening in. It'll be like well have you taken a Tylenol or whatever? Like, no. I haven't done that initial take I'm fine. Or like, she'll be like, oh my God. I think I think I have stomach stomach tumors. You're just hungry and she'll have lunch better now. But I don't know if that really applies to it drives me crazy. I took the I took the Stein medicine three days ago. And I still have this problem, others directions. It take it every six hours, and that's the end of it. I just won't go away. I read something about putting teabag on my eye. Stick with one of them if it's going to be coffee in your door regularly. What are you doing just jumping around? It could be it could be fixed could be cured. I don't understand what's wrong with people. The just type in your problem on the internet and it. If it's that's the worst, dude. That's the worst. She says to me Stein's aren't contagious. I Google are sties contagious. First thing that pops up styles are contagious. She somehow found that was the first entry literally just dies are contained. Yes. It's a weird website are sties contagious dot com. Literally. Yes, it's the big. Yes..

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Bigmouth

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Come to i don't know what it was about them but i mean they should have massive hit singles and they had massive albums whatever reason that in convert to arena shows but obviously that is where the money is specially it wasn't so much ten or fifteen years ago but it is now because because audience is a streaming music and don't get so much as a very expensive to run type of band as much from that so it has to be there in turn the merge that comes with it and that's where the money comes in did you think people want to launch bans like this in the eastern come over a case of well economy says solo artist sad ukulele cover that we will room for the destiny's child's of the future i think that is by you need would need to be smart about it and i think since the last big girl and launched with that's v harm your little makes quite recent launches in terms of the scope of pop history was toughest changed so much in terms of who the gatekeepers are and where you get your music and how you find out about music we don't all those three things spotify now so you think you need to be quiet smart about it and and because it's music lead on spotify music friday comes up and it's just a list of songs really rather than photos or videos that being the first thing you see you need to make sure that the music is stronger than anything in the world over anyone's is anymore i find that really dispersing here's your niece spreadsheets on the friday.

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Bigmouth

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ten seconds" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Hello and welcome to big mouth home finally melt handmade pub culture nitpicking amount you harrison with me as usual sham patently dependable mukalla struck and so my people to sean how you been it's been full of me making my own breakfasts making yeah it's it's good to go personal discipline exciting guests with this week making his big mouth debut peter robinson creator of pop justice which started out as a blog i'm vault into the destination for grown up pop with a capital p music pizza got into music journalism by making a kale fanzine which makes you feel both ancient and not justified he wrote the peter robinson verses column for the enemy for decayed and he carries on the smash hits quotes tradition quote of doing foolish things or the english language in order to make popstars the more interesting hello pizza well big mouth how you very well thank you glad to finally be here you went to that kale every reunion how was that it was i think if you hadn't been into the few would look at it and say this is just offline bad on the way posting king have i spent one hundred quid plus taken three days of work during the week and spent on nation is this good use of my money and up until the point when job is coca appeared with low to people in robes singing justified ancient with two coffins being carried around and everyone going mental me crying ongoing it wasn't worth the money but that's second is this is great then we went to three mile walk through liverpool and there was a bonfire and arriva fantastic as it was good and my review somebody graffiti the bombedout church didn't they which down very badly with local one one of the days was spent because it was.

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