Comedy writer Jim Downey feels entirely unapologetic about being Conan O'Brien's friend. Jim sits down with Conan to discuss his favorite sketches from the early days of SNL, acting opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in There Will Be Blood, and fine tuning Weekend Update with Norm Macdonald. For Conan videos, tour dates and more visit TeamCoco.com.Got a question for Conan? Call our voicemail: (669) 587-2847. This episode was recorded on 9/11/2023.
Go to http://www.betterhelp.com/steveo for 10% off your first monthGo to http://www.bluechew.com use promo code STEVEO for first free month just $5 in shippingGo to http://whoop.com promo code STEVEO for 10% offCheck out our recent episode with Sam Morril! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhNOvJntT8oCome see me on tour! http://steveo.comFollow us on social media! @steveo @scottjrandolph @skinnyvinny @paulbrisskeIn this episode we talk about the "R Word", Mark's past as a janitor, Howard Stern, Tennessee's open carry laws, skateboarding, telling dirty jokes to Jerry Seinfeld, George Carlin and Carrot Top, Norm Macdonald, Pee Wee Herman and more! This one of the funniest podcasts we've ever done!Steve-O's Hot Sauce! - https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Os-Sauce-Your-Butthole-Bottle/dp/B08GKXVNSX/ref=sr_1_1?crid=314GTTCX7SAAZ&keywords=butthole&qid=1668129993&sprefix=butthol%2Caps%2C256&sr=8-1 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Glen Tickle is a stand up comedian from New Jersey who has appeared on Dry Bar Comedy, Travel Channel and SiriusXM. His latest special “Glen Tickle Against the World Crime League” is available now for free on YouTube. We discuss the new special, his favorite music and movies, working clean and much more! 0:00:00 - Intro0:00:13 - Recording & Short Clips 0:05:50 - Shed & Location 0:07:15 - Humble Beginnings 0:12:52 - Offensive Vs. Clean Comedy 0:24:05 - Worst Job, Arizona & Attire 0:29:40 - Professionalism, Drinking, Drugs & Diet 0:42:05 - Doing Comedy at Music Festivals 0:44:05 - Favorite Music 0:47:09 - Favorite Movie 0:51:14 - Pee Wee Herman & Norm Macdonald 0:53:55 - Death & Grief and Comedy 1:01:37 - Intent with Comedy & Trans 1:08:53 - Not Liking School 1:10:53 - Comedy Special & Tour Dates 1:13:08 - Local Food Bank 1:15:15 - Outro Glen Tickle website:https://www.glentickle.com/Local Food Bank: https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbankChuck Shute website:https://chuckshute.com/Support the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!
Episode 610 Hour 1: New Facebook likes. The host recaps some criticism the show has recently received. Sports - Jim Rome gets dumb emails and phone calls about Aaron Rogers. After briefly discussing the Gray Hound bus situation in Huntsville, the host talks about his experience riding the bus and the comedy show he attended that night. "Animaniacs" discussions leads to a clip of Orson Welles and the infamous "Frozen Pees" commercial. Alex Jones still hasn't paid the families of Sandy Hook. "Alex Jones Fairy Tails" from "The Starving Artist" track 3 and "Alex Jones (Country roads Parody)", track 20 from "The Starving Artist". History for September 15-17. The host briefly discusses the Pink Floyd album "Wish You Were Here" to close out the first hour. Hour 2: Hunter Biden gun charges. The MGM Casino fell victim to a cyber attack. "Stewie Reacts - Casino" from "The Starving Artist", track 23, and a message from Norm Macdonald. North Korea and Russia discussions, followed by "Vladimir Putin's Olympic Letter: from "The Starving Artist", track 21. After a story about water beads raising health concerns, a top 20 list of recalled toys from years gone by. Escaped convict caught. The show closes with two cruise themed songs by Jimmy Buffett, as his parents finished their first cruise. Break music - "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd Rejoiner music - "Vasoline" by Stone Temple Pilots --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lawrence-ross9/message
"The Norm Show" is a sitcom that aired from 1999 to 2001. It stars comedian Norm Macdonald as Norm Henderson, a former NHL hockey player who becomes a social worker as part of his community service after being banned from the league for his gambling and tax evasion. While "The Norm Show" didn't achieve the same level of popularity as some other sitcoms of its time, it has developed a cult following and is remembered for its unique premise and Norm Macdonald's distinct comedic style. Was The Norm Show ahead of its time or not as good as some would like to remember? Find out as the S1E1 guys do a deep of the show's pilot episode, "Norm and the Prototype" Starring: Norm Macdonald, Laurie Metcalf, Ian Gomez, Bruce Jarchow, Nikki Cox, & Kyle Sabihy www.S1E1POD.com Instagram & Twitter: @S1E1Pod
Greg Kettner got started in comedy on a dare. After watching hockey with his buddies one night, on their way home they passed a pub that was holding an open mic night. After a couple drinks, he got the courage to stand up and tell some stories. The rush was so big, he returned the next week, and kept up the weekly routine until he got a call to become a comedy club emcee.From there, Greg hit the comedy circuit. For almost a decade, he toured North America, opening for no less the likes of Robin Williams, Jim Gaffigan, Norm MacDonald, and Gilbert Gottfried.But it was a lonely and financially unsatisfying place."The downside was I wasn't getting paid that much so it took me about six years to figure out that I like money more than I like standup," he said. "But now I've been able to combine the two."About four years ago, Greg founded WorkHappy, a coaching program that teaches corporate leaders how to communicate, remember where they want to go, how they want to get there, and how to blow off steam rather than "bottling it up and just blowing a gasket.""We spend two-thirds of our day, a lot of us working, and when we're not happy, it's a grind," he said.Working in suicide prevention and mental wellness, Greg also founded Men in the Middle, a fellowship program in his hometown of Walla Walla, Washington. The program enables bonding experiences and teaches men how to care for themselves and talk openly about mental health."If we take care of each other, take care of ourselves, the world's a much better place," he said.I met Greg through a mutual friend and I'm so glad I did. He made me laugh throughout this interview, and I'm sure you will too listening to his stories and natural timing. I'm sure I will be following his mantra to "laugh every day. Put it on your calendar."Greg also runs the Facebook group, The Humor Lab, which he launched during the pandemic lockdown. Nonpolitical and PG-13-rated, the group now has more than 38,000 members. I encourage you to look it up when you need a laugh. If you'd like to reach Greg, you can do so on LinkedIn or on his website, GregKettner.com. I hope you get a bellyfull of laughs from this week's podcast.
Two years after his death, it's time to pay tribute. Chicago's best morning radio show now has a podcast! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and remember that the conversation always lives on the Q101 Facebook page. The Q101 Morning Crew is live every morning from 6a-10a on Q101. Subscribe to our channel HERE: https://www.youtube.com/@Q101 Like Q101 on Facebook HERE: https://www.facebook.com/q101chicago Follow Q101 on Twitter HERE: https://twitter.com/Q101Chicago Follow Q101 on Instagram HERE: https://www.instagram.com/q101chicago/?hl=enSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the show by popular demand Norm MacDonald's favorite comic Joe List! They talk about Morgan Wallen's N Werd bump, how embarrassing dreams really are, Joe talks about his favorite Jewish recording artist, and what he would use his clone for. It's a fun time folks! His new special "JOE LIST: ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY" drops tonight at 10pm! #joelist #andrewsantino #whiskeyginger #podcast ========================================== SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS BETTER HELP Get the help you need from a licensed professional 10% off your first month https://betterhelp.com/whiskey AURA FREE 14 DAY TRIAL https://aura.com/whiskey ========================================= Follow Andrew Santino: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino/ https://twitter.com/CheetoSantino Follow Whiskey Ginger: https://www.instagram.com/whiskeyging... https://twitter.com/whiskeyginger_ Produced and edited by Joe Faria IG: @itsjoefaria Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday Aug 17th, 2023 I LIVE weekdays at 1pm!Happy Throwback Thursday! Today, in honor of "National Love Your Feet Day," Duryan revealed his peculiar powder-filled socks. DK took us down memory lane with a story where she bore an uncanny resemblance to a disheveled Britney Spears. We debated the wisdom of scheduling a wedding during a solar eclipse and noted Duryan's role as DK's plus one. The urban coyote sighting had us intrigued, PK and Duryan went head-to-head and we wrapped up with a hilarious throwback clip of Norm McDonald's iconic "moth joke."The PK and DK Show A daily interactive comedy podcast. Prizes and funny business (our only business)! LINKS!Home/PK and DK PLUS: PKandDK.comDiscord: https://discord.gg/VYhrfqKDY6Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/dailylaughsMerch + Stickers: https://www.pkanddkshop.comSponsorships: firstname.lastname@example.org PROMO CODES!Podium: “PK and DK” for 20% off
Tyrus revisits some actual breaking news. Kat emphasizes the importance of using a gift if you're given it. Tyrus draws a comparison between himself and a certain fictional teddy bear. A Legendary Loss: Kat & Tyrus pay tribute to the late comedian, Norm Macdonald. Follow Tyrus on Twitter: @PlanetTyrus Follow Kat Timpf on Twitter: @KatTimpf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talk with Comedian Zach Reinert about how he started his comedy career in Omaha, NE, one liner style comedy, the genius of Norm MacDonald, Tina Fey possibly taking over SNL, and check out his special “A Boatload of Jokes” on Spotify. -Follow Zach on Instagram: @reinertzach -Join our Patreon at www.patreon.com/OMPodcast -Email us at OpenMicersPodcast@gmail.com -www.openmicers.com -Linktr.ee/OpenMicersPodcast -Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @OpenMicers, @JayFunktastic, @JacobCCraig, @JacobCraigComedy -Visit www.BrezCoffeeCo.com and use the code “OMPodcast” at checkout for 10% off of your order! -Watch us LIVE every monday night at 7:30 pm central at www.youtube.com/@jayfunktastic --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/openmicers/support
WARNING: This episode contains language and disturbing content. Listener discretion is advised. Police Storm Sci-fi Writer's Home 42 Times in "Swatting" Campaign Wisconsin science fiction author Patrick Tomlinson and his wife have been living a nightmare, enduring years of terror as cyber stalkers repeatedly sent police to their doorstep in a relentless "swatting" campaign. The couple, who claim to have experienced this terrifying ordeal 42 times, describes the chilling encounters with officers storming their home with guns drawn, handcuffing Tomlinson in his front yard, and even alleging that he had killed his wife. The reason for this campaign of terror, they say, stems from a trivial online criticism of the late comedian Norm Macdonald, leading to a series of threatening messages encouraging the author to take his own life. Listen to all 3 episodes now: PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/pretendradio PRETEND+ (Apple Podcast): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/pretend/id6443456985 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this 1302nd episode of Toronto Mike'd, Mike chats with That Canadian Guy Glen Foster about his 40 years of funny, from the early Yuk Yuks days, to the recent Just For Laughs controversy. Glen also shares his thoughts on political correctness, Spotify royalties, Norm Macdonald, Mike MacDonald, Ralph Benmergui, and rap music. Toronto Mike'd is proudly brought to you by Great Lakes Brewery, Palma Pasta, The Moment Lab, Ridley Funeral Home and Electronic Products Recycling Association.
A very, very short time as an SNL cast member, intent in comedy, and Norm Macdonald with Shane Gillis. *Note: this interview was recorded before the SAG-AFTRA strike took effect. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WARNING: This episode contains language and disturbing content. Listener discretion is advised. Wisconsin Author Faces Cyberstalking Nightmare After Tweeting that Norm MacDonald Isn't Funny. Wisconsin science fiction author Patrick Tomlinson and his wife have been living in fear for years, enduring a relentless campaign of terror orchestrated by cyberstalkers, all stemming from a seemingly innocuous tweet about the late comedian Norm Macdonald. Tomlinson's criticism of the "Saturday Night Live" comic as not funny has ignited a firestorm of online harassment, including threatening emails, voice messages, and disturbing Reddit posts urging him to harm himself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steve O'Donnell joined me to discuss Mike Chisholm; stand up; Sarah Silverman; Norm MacDonald loving to tell comic road stories; Massapequa; Jerry Seinfeld; Carson Daly; Larry Jacobson & Groucho; Edward Everett Horton; Jim Norton; Jim Gaffigan; Jackie "The Joke Man' Martling; hating 50's stand-ups; Shelley Berman; Jack Carter; older Rickles on Kimmel; Pat Cooper; David Brenner; Regis Philbin; using his actual gym teacher on Letterman; Norm's impressions; interview with Jane Fonda; Norm's Clint Eastwood; doing a western bit on Sports Show; 25th Anniversary of the ESPY's; Cleveland Baron's mascot; Norm didn't drive; his memoir; Canada's 70's tourism catchphrase; SCTV; Ghoulardi (Ernie Anderson) leads him to Dave; cliches; his twin brother Mark who was more of an auteur and won a Tony for Hairspray; used for twin jokes on Letterman; appeared with his brother on Strangers with Candy; Sklar Brothers; America's Got Talent; Michael Winslow; Vegas residencies; first job as a greeting card writer; sent all his writings to Letterman and Merrill Markoe while working in a tape room at 30 Rock; his interview; having to give two weeks notice and hearing his jokes being told during that time; being told his work is witty; to laugh or not laugh; a typical Steve O'Donnell joke; bringing his parents to Late Night; midwestern slang for rain; doing Letterman was more than just a job; Jim Downey; his brother individually pre-signing books each with an original joke; Dave changes jokes on air for himself; Viewer Mail construction; Alsace or Al's ass; class clowns; Jeff Martin; many comedians wore eyepatches as babies; todays comedy writers are more diverse and better looking; now being one of the few non-performers on a writing staff; being great on podcasts; the trifectas in comedy performed by Brian McConachie, Eddie Gorodetsky, and Ken Keeler; history buffs Larry David & Conan O'Brien; writing on Great Minds with Dan Harmon; writing for the Chris Rock Show; pitching a bit about to Hannibal Burress and pretending to explain what bling is; Hugh Moore and Shy Tony; writing bad jokes; audiences laughing at straight lines or not knowing old sayings or bits and thinking they're new; "No good deed goes unpunished"; animals that speak foreign languages
The Summer of the supernatural continues. In this episode we revisit and refresh a pervious episode, The Sea Within. Perhaps the supernatural isn't so far from the natural; perhaps what we call natural is supernatural from a certain point of view.
Unique Comedy Icon RememberedGet M A D with Chris Graves 7-24-2023 Norm MacDonald TributeGM #60(Graves Notes)On this episode of Get M.A.D. with yours truly, I pay tribute to one of the best stand up comedians of all time, the late, great Norm MacDonald! He is sorely missed. As an added bonus, Steve Poikonen from AM Wake Up & Slow News Day, calls in with his take on Norm's awesomeness. Enjoy!(Producers Note)I could heave edited this down and fixed a few sloppy sections caused by clips getting mixed and communication issues but I felt like it was against the spirit of Norm to refine this recording. So we are presenting here as it was broadcast.NOTES ON NORMhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005172/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norm_Macdonaldhttp://www.normmacdonald.com/https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/220620/based-on-a-true-story-by-norm-macdonald/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3PP_SWHUQQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VkESVtFkF8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWpRCN46mi8Steve's social media & links:https://twitter.com/SlowNewsDayShowhttps://rokfin.com/SlowNewsDayhttps://twitter.com/AMwakeuphttps://rokfin.com/amwakeuphttps://amwakeupstore.itemorder.com/shop/home/Everything Chris Graves can be found on his Linktree: https://linktr.ee/cgravesmassguyPayPal:http://paypal.me/SirhcSevargGet Mad Archives:https://ochelli.com/category/get-m-a-d-with-chris-graves/ Ochelli Link Treehttps://linktr.ee/chuckochelliYOUR HELP TO KEEP US GOING IS CRITICAL:We have a variety of limited-edition swag packages for supporters. No two Swag Bags will be alike. Chuck selects your stuff based on what he mixes up and how much you donate!Get a Loaded Swag Bag starting at $50 and you can pick which ochelli.com show you want on your hat. The shipments will begin on June 14, 2023. https://ochelli.com/donate/We hope you will send us back pics of your merch for all of us at the network to share on social media and use in show graphics. Supplies of everything except stickers and business cards are extremely limited and we expect to run this promotion for the summer only. On September 11 the Ochelli.com Magic Bullet promotion should be running to get full master archive Bullet Shaped USB Thumb Drives of well over 2500 Podcasts and hundreds of sound and image files that will ONLY be obtained Through Ochelli.com. Plus special invites for those who dare to hang out with Chuck and B Pete with many friends in Dallas for the 60th anniversary of the JFK Assassination and the 10th anniversary of The Ochelli Effect will be happening when the Swwag Bag Promo. ends.
Rich reacts to Saquon Barkley avoiding a holdout by agreeing to a new 1-year deal with the New York Giants. Open Championship winner Brian Harman and Rich discuss his first major title at Royal Liverpool and how much fun he's had toting the famed Claret Jug around the world, how the late comedian Norm Macdonald became a big fan is his while defending him on Twitter once, the potential PGA Tour-LIV Golf merger, the chances his Georgia Bulldogs win a 3rd-straight College Football Playoff, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Martin Herlihy, John Higgins, and Ben Marshall from please don't destroy discuss their 2023 North American tour and Just for Laughs stops in Montreal, Canada and important Canadians like Norm Macdonald and Jamal Murray, their work as writers and short filmmakers on Saturday Night Live, comedic film editing and doing a live show, the forthcoming pdd movie, which features Conan O'Brien, other future plans, and much more. Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hour 1: It looks like the Jets are going to be on Hard Knocks this season. Boomer thinks it's great for the Jets and for the fans. The Jets don't want to do it, but they have no say in the matter. Gio wants Rob Saleh to enjoy it and lean into it. He doesn't want him being angry about it. Boomer said he believes Aaron Rodgers gave the Jets a 3-year commitment. Jerry is here for his first update but first Gio remembers how great Norm Macdonald was when he hosted the ESPYs. Jerry has audio of Pat McAfee as he opened the show. LeBron James also let everyone know he's not retiring, ‘Lucky for you guys'. Tom Coughlin is up for the Hall of Fame. Mark Cuban talked to Frank Isola about Kyrie Irving. Sean Marks also talked about the Blazers and the Damian Lillard situation. Sean Casey is excited to get going with the Yankees and knows it's World Series or bust. In the final segment of the hour, Gio started watching the Quarterback documentary on Netflix with Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins and Marcus Mariota. Gio said it's great to see Mahomes dealing with his wife wanting a ton of birthday pictures. Hour 2: Dianna Russini of ESPN reported yesterday that Saquon Barkley could hold out week one if he doesn't get a new deal from the Giants. Boomer thinks they will get a deal done before it comes to that. Gio wonders if their over/under win total changes significantly if he's not on the team. We also talked about Super Bowl odds and how the Giants aren't getting any respect. Jerry returns for an update but first the Buccaneers are bringing back the creamsicle uniforms for a game this year. The docu-series ‘Quarterback' debuted on Netflix last night and he heard from Kirk Cousins and his wife. Mike Gundy talked about Oklahoma choosing to leave the BIG 12. Gundy has tan skin, white hair and jet black hair. Sean Casey's podcast co-host is sad to see him go. Pat McAfee talked about having to open the ESPYs. LeBron James said he's not retiring and called us all ‘Lucky' for that. He also said, love him or hate him, you have to ‘respect me'. In the final segment of the hour, Gio witnessed a road rage incident in NYC between a guy on a bike and a guy in a car. There was another road rage incident Gio heard about that included a manslaughter charge. Hour 3: The Yankees will have an advertisement patch on their uniform for Starr Insurance and some people are upset about it. Gio said in 2023, there is no difference between a Yankee jersey and every other jersey in baseball. We also talked about Sunday Ticket and YouTube TV. Jerry returns for an update and starts with Sean Casey talking about the Yankees offense and said he sees some tension. With the ESPYs last night, Jerry breaks out the classic Norm Macdonald OJ joke from when he hosted. Carmelo Anthony's career was honored last night and we heard from Melo, who thanked the fans. Northwestern seems interested in hiring Ed Orgeron but he's not interested. All rumors of course. In the final segment of the hour, SAG/AFTRA is going on strike and many WFAN on air personalities are in that union. Gio wonders if he's supposed to strike. Hour 4: The Jets are going to be on Hard Knocks and Gio wants them to lean into it and have fun with it. Boomer is thinking and hoping that a deal between Saquon and the Giants will happen before the deadline. We also talked about Mike Francesa having an autograph signing where he was charging for autographs and pictures. He canceled it, saying he didn't realize people had to pay. Gio said talk show hosts should never charge for autographs. Boomer defends Mike, saying if someone wants to pay for an autograph then good for him. Jerry returns for an update and starts with some of the sounds from last night's ESPYs including Pat McAfee's opening. LeBron also announced he's not retiring and said, ‘Lucky for you guys'. Andrew Whitworth was asked about a comeback. Sean Casey is fired up to be the new Yankees hitting coach. Mark Cuban is a huge fan of Kyrie Irving and said he's ‘misunderstood'. In the final segment of the hour, a public relations person with the Flyers was caught on a hot mic complaining about a reporter. Gio heard that Keith Jones of the Flyers has an inordinate amount of gas. Boomer texts him to ask. Gio then plays the farts he has saved on his phone.
Jerry is here for his first update but first Gio remembers how great Norm Macdonald was when he hosted the ESPYs. Jerry has audio of Pat McAfee as he opened the show. LeBron James also let everyone know he's not retiring, ‘Lucky for you guys'. Tom Coughlin is up for the Hall of Fame. Mark Cuban talked to Frank Isola about Kyrie Irving. Sean Marks also talked about the Blazers and the Damian Lillard situation. Sean Casey is excited to get going with the Yankees and knows it's World Series or bust.
Hour 1: It looks like the Jets are going to be on Hard Knocks this season. Boomer thinks it's great for the Jets and for the fans. The Jets don't want to do it, but they have no say in the matter. Gio wants Rob Saleh to enjoy it and lean into it. He doesn't want him being angry about it. Boomer said he believes Aaron Rodgers gave the Jets a 3-year commitment. Jerry is here for his first update but first Gio remembers how great Norm Macdonald was when he hosted the ESPYs. Jerry has audio of Pat McAfee as he opened the show. LeBron James also let everyone know he's not retiring, ‘Lucky for you guys'. Tom Coughlin is up for the Hall of Fame. Mark Cuban talked to Frank Isola about Kyrie Irving. Sean Marks also talked about the Blazers and the Damian Lillard situation. Sean Casey is excited to get going with the Yankees and knows it's World Series or bust. In the final segment of the hour, Gio started watching the Quarterback documentary on Netflix with Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins and Marcus Mariota. Gio said it's great to see Mahomes dealing with his wife wanting a ton of birthday pictures.
Hour 3: The Yankees will have an advertisement patch on their uniform for Starr Insurance and some people are upset about it. Gio said in 2023, there is no difference between a Yankee jersey and every other jersey in baseball. We also talked about Sunday Ticket and YouTube TV. Jerry returns for an update and starts with Sean Casey talking about the Yankees offense and said he sees some tension. With the ESPYs last night, Jerry breaks out the classic Norm Macdonald OJ joke from when he hosted. Carmelo Anthony's career was honored last night and we heard from Melo, who thanked the fans. Northwestern seems interested in hiring Ed Orgeron but he's not interested. All rumors of course. In the final segment of the hour, SAG/AFTRA is going on strike and many WFAN on air personalities are in that union. Gio wonders if he's supposed to strike.
It's one of the great moments in the history of comedy. At Comedy Central Presents: The Roast of Bob Saget, the comedian Norm Macdonald is up roasting his friend, Bob Saget and the rest of the panel. Yet instead of doing what nearly every other comedian has done in the history of roasts, Norm goes on stage and basically bombs on purpose, telling a series of inane and mediocre jokes that he may or may not have stolen from an old joke book.It's worth watching if only for the courage and self-discipline that this artistic statement must have taken.---And in today's Daily Stoic video excerpt, Ryan shares ten quotes from the Stoics that will give you the boost you need when you're feeling a lack of motivation.✉️ Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Robert De Niro's strident defense of a documentary about the potential dangers of vaccines that he was coerced to pull from the Tribeca Film Festival; Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Bill Maher ripping into the biased coverage of the New York Times on “Club Random with Bill Maher”; Dr. Peter Hotez comparing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to Vladimir Putin; Meta's Mark Zuckerberg promoting former CIA agent Aaron Berman, who previously handled misinformation at Facebook, to the Head of Election Policies; CBS News' interview with IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley about how the Hunter Biden investigation was thwarted at every turn; MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski talking to Jen Psaki about how the Biden administration will handle the Hunter Biden scandal; “The View's” Ana Navarro describing the Hunter Biden story as really just about a father's love for his son; Norm Macdonald gives a perfect explanation for the meaning of cisgender; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/ Check out the NEW RUBIN REPORT MERCH here: https://daverubin.store/ ---------- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold - Protect your retirement from Bidenflation. Convert your IRA or 401k into an IRA in precious metals. Claim your free infokit on gold and talk to one of their precious metals specialists now. Go to: https://birchgold.com/dave Manscaped - Grab the Performance Package 4.0 in time for the Fourth of July which includes the Lawn Mower® 4.0. trimmer, Weed Whacker 2.0 ear and nose hair trimmer, Crop Preserver ball deodorant, Crop Reviver Toner, Performance Boxer Briefs, and a travel bag to hold your goodies! Rubin Report listeners and viewers get 20% off and FREE shipping Go to https://www.manscaped.com/ And use CODE: DAVE to get 20% off
Having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Hear from people all around the globe, from every walk of life, in every profession, from Rock Stars to CEOs, from Teachers to Politicians, who have learned how to unlock the gifts of their ADD and ADHD diagnosis, and use it to their personal and professional advantage, to build businesses, become millionaires, or simply better their lives. Our terriffic Guest today in her own words: Joia McDaniel is not just a dynamic force in the supply chain industry, but also a passionate advocate for neurodivergence. As the architect of Supply Chain GOAT she has over two decades of award-winning experience and an armory of creative ideas that set her apart in her field. Born and raised in Detroit, the epicenter of the automotive world, Joia was primed early on to understand the complex dynamics of supply chains. Today, she resides in Fort Worth, Texas, expertly balancing her role as a business maven with her life as a loving wife and mother to four spirited children. Joia's journey to success is one that defies convention. Living with ADHD, she's found a unique perspective that she applies to her work and life. Far from being a limitation, her ADHD has proven to be an extraordinary capability. It propels her creativity, drives her boundless energy, and fosters a level of hyper focus that enables her to delve into complex problems until they're solved. Her Auditory Processing Disorder has refined her listening skills, helping her catch subtle cues others might miss and use these insights to fuel her innovative approach. Joia's distinctive prowess has shaped her success and fueled her passion to advocate for the neurodivergent community. She actively promotes a better understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity, highlighting the unique strengths and talents that neurodivergent individuals bring to the table. She is a testament to the fact that different minds have a place in our world and can lead, innovate, and excel. Joia McDaniel is a trailblazer, a thought leader, and an advocate. Her contributions to the supply chain industry and her commitment to fostering neurodiversity make her story a powerful narrative of exceptional ability, resilience, and impact. Enjoy and hey, thanks so much for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! [You are now safely here] 00:40 - Thank you again so much for listening and for subscribing! 01:43 - Introducing and welcome Joia McDaniel CEO of Supply Chain GOAT 02:40 - So how does one grow up in the supply chain? 04:36 - On the rewards of a career in Supply Chain and Logistics; is it a sexy career choice now? 05:42 - How did you first get diagnosed? 06:21 - Oh no.. Not the Meatz!! 07:58 - What were the first major changes that you noticed personally after you got diagnosed? 09:51 - So.. we have tons of kids who are college students or just getting out of college, figuring out what they want to do with their life. If they wanted to look at supply chain, tell us why, number one, and then tell us what they should be doing to get involved in that industry? #SummerJobs #SupplyChain #Neurodiverse 10:43 - Why is it the perfect career for neurodiversity? This is Joia's favorite question! 12:25 - Is working in the Supply Chain like putting out one fire after another? 13:11 - On Passion for your job/work/gig/world/client/account/boatshoes/recycle bins 13:46 - How do our New Summer-shiney subscribers find out more about you? email@example.com. My website is www.supplychaingoat.com. It's not up as of June 13, 2023, but iscoming soon, so those are the ways that I could be reached. 14:36 - 500 POINTS FOR USING THE WORD SAUNA!! Ahhhh.. summer swim & spa days…. 00:00 - Hey, hellooo from Earth!!@ ERF! YEs! You right there with the cool earbuds and big grain Golden brain! Yes YOU dear! We are THrr~rilled that you are here & listening!! Repeat in forward and to your kiddo'sx! ADHD and all forms of Neurodiversity are gifts, not curses. -Peter Shankman. And ooh-ooh now.. and just by the way, if you haven't picked up The Boy with the Faster Brain yet, it is on Amazon and it is a number #1 One bestseller in all categories. Click HERE or via https://amzn.to/3FcAKkI My link tree is here if you're looking for something specific. https://linktr.ee/petershankman 00:00 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits. Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Faster Than Normal is for YOU! We want to know what you'd like to hear! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to learn about, and from them. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! All right, guys, as always, than you for listening. Love that you're here. Any news, shoot us a note. Petershankman.com go to fastennormal.com everywhere but Twitter. We are on Blue Sky now at Peter Shankman on Blue Sky. [Ed- I will siphon -in BlueSky and learn about that next week!! If not in two or so, cooL?? -Ed] [Also Ed here. SorryIFneedbe: This is a relatively brand new experiment in editing show notes, transcriptions sort of; so if you notice any important, or significant goofs we've missed here or along, please do let us know @FasterNormal Thanks! -sb] EXTRA CREDIT + GENERATED BY AI and NOT proofread much really here below: ——————————————— [Yaaaay CastMagic.io. Go-go-Gadget AI! -tell us in the comments or emaiL: -Ed] Is this thing on?? 1. Who is the guest of the episode? Answer: The guest is Joia McDaniel, an advocate for both the supply chain industry and neurodivergence. 2. How has COVID impacted the supply chain industry? Answer: COVID has increased the attention on supply chain as more people realized the importance of understanding each link in the process. 3. What are the cognitive differences of the speaker, and how have they helped them in their career? Answer: The speaker has ADHD and auditory issues, which they consider their "superpower" in the supply chain industry. 4. What changes did the speaker experience after being diagnosed with ADD? Answer: The speaker experienced a significant change in energy levels, ability to complete tasks, gained more confidence, and was able to hyper-focus more effectively after receiving a diagnosis of ADD. 5. How did understanding the diagnosis and accommodations help the speaker? Answer: Understanding the diagnosis and accommodations helped improve the experience for the speaker in their career. 6. What company did the guest create, and how much experience does she have in the field? Answer: The guest created Supply Chain Goat LLC and has over two decades of experience in the field. 7. Where was the guest born and raised, and why is it important for understanding supply chain dynamics? Answer: The guest was born and raised in Detroit, which is important for understanding supply chain dynamics because of its connection to the automotive industry. 8. What sparked the guest's interest in supply chain? Answer: The guest's interest in supply chain was sparked by growing up around the automotive industry and being fascinated by watching the process of turning car parts into a whole vehicle. 9. What are some challenges that neurodiverse individuals face, and how can they excel in supply chain? Answer: Neurodiverse individuals can struggle with transitioning from a high-stress state to a calm state, but can excel in supply chain because of their ability to connect with different people and be natural people pleasers. 10. What is the name of the podcast, who is the host, and where can it be found? Answer: The name of the podcast is Faster Than Normal, the host is Peter Shankman, and it can be found on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play, as well as www.fasterthannormal.com.——————————————————————————— — TRANSCRIPT via Castmagic.io and then corrected.. somewhat, (Ooh-ooh! 1234-now Fiiifth and likely final re-trial run is today June 13, 2023. #gen_AI_for_whut?? Peter Shankman [00:00:40]: And here's the host of the Faster Than Normal podcast, the only man who goes skydiving to calm down + focus, Peter Shankman. Peter Shankman [00:00:40]: Greetings, everyone. Happy day. It is time for another episode of Fast Than Normal. My name is Norm McDonald. No, that's not true. I'm Peter Shankman, but I wanted to see if you guys are listening because I say that every single week. It is great to have you here. Everything is good. It is a gorgeous day. We're finally into summer almost, but it's good enough. It's nice out. Everyone's happy. Dog is sleeping. Let's see how long that lasts. So I am good. I'm glad you're with us, and I'm glad our guest is with us today, a lovely young lady named Joya McDaniel. Joya McDaniel is pretty interesting. The told me before we started that she's really nervous because she can't believe that I chose her to be on this podcast. I'm like, okay, you have obviously no idea who I am because I'm not special in the slightest, but there's nothing to be nervous about. But that being said, I'm thrilled that you're here: Welcome, Joia. Joia McDaniel [00:01:26]: Thank you. Thank you, Peter. I appreciate that. Peter Shankman [00:01:28]: So you have an interesting bio. You're like a dynamic force in the supply chain industry, right? So you're the reason that during COVID no one got any of the things they needed, right? That was all on you. Joia McDaniel [00:01:40]: No, absolutely not, because I wasn't a part of that. Peter Shankman [00:01:43]: There you go. Someone didn't hire you for the right time, and that totally screwed up the entire country anyway. She's a passion advocate, not only in the supply chain industry, but also passionate advocate for neuro divergence. As the architect of as the architect of supply chain Goat LLC, she has over two decades of award winning experience in an armory of creative ideas that set her apart in the field. She was born and raised in Detroit, which is the epicenter of the automotive world, as we know. So she was primed early on to understand the dynamics of supply chain. Now she lives in Texas, and we'll talk about that. But she's expertly balancing her role as a business maven with her life as a loving wife and mother to four spirited children. She is neurodiverse. She has ADHD Add. She's not a unique perspective that allows her to apply her work, so she applies this to her work in life. Here's what I want to know. This cool thing. Her auditory processing disorder has refined her listening skills, helping her catch subtle cues others might miss. So essentially you'd be one hell of a poker player. Joia McDaniel [00:02:37]: Yeah, maybe so. I don't play, but I can learn fast. Peter Shankman [00:02:40]: There you go. All right, Joy. Welcome to Faster. We're glad to have you here. So how does one grow up in the supply chain; how does that happen? Joia McDaniel [00:02:49]: So being from Detroit automotive, automotive is pretty much centered around supply chain. But as a kid, you don't know about supply chain. You just know you see one vehicle. I mean, you see the arts turn into a whole vehicle. And with both my parents being in the automotive industry, one at GM and, the other at Chrysler, it was just my life. I grew up automotive. I just heard all the conversations and it just kind of stuck with me. And it's literally just ingrained in my DNA because literally that's all that Detroit used to talk about during my days of growing up. And it's just going to see my Dad, seeing what he did, it was just always intriguing to see how he put one part on and then at the end you have this beautiful car. And so, yeah, that's pretty much been my life. And I don't know if you've heard of that saying, don't shut the line down, but that is like a common phrase in Detroit. So you can't shut the line down because it's expensive and it's almost like you're just going to hell. Like, literally it's just than serious. So having that ingrained in me, that started me out with the interest of just automotive, but I didn't, like I said, grasp the whole supply chain concept until after college, actually, and I got my first job and I just pretty much fell into supply chain in the automotive industry. And it's just been going nonstop, literally since then. So that's how automotive supply chain kind of ingrained in it to where I am now. Peter Shankman [00:04:26]: It's kind of fascinating when you think about it. You found it amazing and you found it enjoyable. Joia McDaniel [00:04:36]: Yes, absolutely. It's a very rewarding career and it's kind of like the new sexy word now. You really didn't hear about supply chain too much before, COVID so now everyone's trying to understand all the dynamics of supply chain. And it's such a layered field, and you really have to understand each chain, I mean, each link of the supply chain to really be good in this industry. Add that's something that my ADHD and my auditory issues has really helped to put me in a position of just excellence regardless of what I'm doing, literally, it's just effortlessly. So I'm excited. I find it to be my superpower. And it didn't always be like this. It wasn't always like this at all. I definitely had my challenges before I really understood what was going on. But definitely once you hone in and you know who you are and what you have and capable of the industry is just amazing for our brain type. Peter Shankman [00:05:42]: So let's talk brain type, let's talk neurodiversity. How did you first get diagnosed? Joia McDaniel [00:05:47]: So I was diagnosed in the third grade, and I was diagnosed because my mom was getting calls from the teachers I wasn't listening, I wasn't focused and all this stuff. And so was diagnosed from school, from my performance in school, Add. My mom, she never put me on any medication growing up. Instead, we did I don't know if you've heard of, like, the Bach remedy flowers. Yeah, we did that. And then I had a diet. No sugar, no meat. Literally, it was like that for 18 years. She was very, oh, my God. Peter Shankman [00:06:21]: No sugar I can handle, but no meat. Oh, my God. Joia McDaniel [00:06:24]: Yes. It was crazy. And it wasn't until I came home from college and my grandmother was frying some pork chops, and they smelled so good and, oh, my gosh, diet is broken. I cannot do this anymore. But, yeah, it's been going on since the third grade, but my mother never talked about it. I just knew that I had to take these drops, but she never said what it was. So when I got my career started going, things just started getting a little weird, like, okay, why can't I focus? Like, I need to why am I forgetting to do this? And just why is things just really weird? And so I went to the doctor again, I had the diagnosis, but I was never told about it. So I went to my doctor, and I literally told him this phrase. I said doctor, I am stupid. I don't know what's going on. I need some help. And just pulling my records and going through just my previous records and taking questionnaires, definitely. And then I told my mom. She's like, oh, yeah, you've had that since the third grade. I'm like, you know what? That's pretty much my story. And ever since I've had the official diagnosis of me knowing once, you know, it just kind of what do people say? It's like you're putting the wipers on when it's raining. But, yeah, it's been amazing. Now that I know and have an understanding, and I don't know how I was getting by before that. Peter Shankman [00:07:58]: Tell me what it was. So what was it like when you finally after you got diagnosed and you started, I guess whether it was medication, sort of understanding, Add, learning it, what were the first major changes that you noticed personally? Joia McDaniel [00:08:10]: Well, the first major changes was my energy. I've always been high energy, but my energy was different because I was able to actually get things done, and I would get things done, and I was able to multitask with actually getting the things that I was multitasking completed and just more confidence and stand up, able to hyper focus more. I would say that's some of the first benefits that I definitely experienced once I got the official diagnosis. And once you get it and you know Add, you understand some of the accommodations that you may need. That helps too. So you can understand exactly what's going on with you. But not being able to tell your employer and kind of mask in those things that I would say was the most difficult. You didn't ask that question, but that's something that kind of ties into that because it's all good. Add, you perform and you're a stellar. You're doing all these great things and getting these awards and everything but the masking and the background. It takes a long time to get things done for me back then before I learned updated processing. But it took a while to get used to having to do things differently and having the wheel and the brain power after medication. Peter Shankman [00:09:51]: Let's shift gears for a second. Go back to logistics and supply chain. So you say that it's great for.Someone with Neurodiversity, supply chain is awesome. So we have tons of kids who are college students or just getting out of college, figuring out what they want to do with their life. If they wanted to look at supply chain, tell us why, number one, and then tell us what they should be doing to get involved in that industry To get involved in that worl. Joia McDaniel [00:10:07]: So what they should be doing is looking into manufacturing, cohort classes or just anything dealing with automation, logistics. You could take courses at a community college. Even in high school they have transition classes and study groups and things like that. Just reading, reading and learning about supply chain, understanding the dynamics of it and what all it entails. What was your other question? Peter Shankman [00:10:43]: Sorry, tell us about so you mentioned neurodiversity. Why is it the perfect career for neurodiversity? Joia McDaniel [00:10:49]: Okay, so it's the perfect career for neurodiversity. This is my favorite question because literally, supply chain moves so fast. Everything is moving so fast, Add. There's always something new going on. Every day there's a new problem, there's something going on. And in order to keep up with that fast paced scale, you have to have the ability to stop what you're doing maybe, and then go to something else and totally hone in on that and then go back to what you were doing before and have it be seamless. People communication, it can be a struggle with ADHD of people in supply chain, but we're natural born people pleasers. So sometimes you get intimidated. But communication, being a people pleaser actually works because you're dealing with so many people from so many different backgrounds and we're just able to connect with just about anyone. I'm sure you definitely can understand that. So that's definitely a plus. And then just being able to not just see one portion or one link when someone makes a decision and let's say for instance, sales, you know, that okay, they made a decision in sales. So this is going to impact production. This is going to impact forecasting. So it's like this huge like you just have this brand and you just know from the onset that if this happens, then that's going to happen. So definitely those are definitely things people. Peter Shankman [00:12:21]: With ADHD and Neurodiversity tend to be Really good at, putting out fires..Really good at, putting out fires. Is this a kind of industry where It'S one fire after anothe Joia McDaniel [00:12:29]: Absolutely, yes, absolutely. There's fires almost every day. And I don't care how good your supply chain is. I mean, it's so layered, it's so deep that you're always going to have something to do. Add it wasn't oh, I'm sorry, go ahead. Peter Shankman [00:12:42]: No, I just want to own into it because I want to follow up because that brings up an interesting question because we're really good people with neurodiversity are phenomenal putting on fires. But how do you handle the concept of, okay, I just put in a fire. Now I have to go home and listen to my children or listen to my husband or calm down or not because I can imagine you put in a fire and you solve a huge problem. You must be high as a kite. Dopamine hit from that. Must be off the charts. So how do you then go home And turn it off? Joia McDaniel [00:13:11]: It's difficult because you're so passionate. We're passionate people and you're excited, especially if it gets accomplished and it's favorable terms and it's just having a partner that understands what I do and being supportive and can listen to my stories and kind of bring me down some, that helps. But the ride home when I was going to the office, especially if I had to go through traffic, it was a lot a huge transition to go from that. It's like going from fire into the sauna. ####SAUNA! Peter Shankman [00:13:46]: Fascinating. I love this. I want to get a job with you. Very cool. Joy than you. How can people find you? How can they reach you? Joia McDaniel [00:13:54]: So you can reach me at email@example.com. My website is www. supplychaingoat.com. It's coming soon, so those are the ways that I could be reached. Peter Shankman [00:14:08]: We will link all of that in the podcast. I am greatly, greatly appreciative of you taking the time. Thank you so much. It was really great to have you. Joia McDaniel [00:14:15]: All right. Thank you, Peter. I appreciate it. Peter Shankman [00:14:17]: All right, guys, as always, than you for listening. Love that you're here. Any news, shoot us a note. Petershankman.com go to fastennormal.com everywhere but Twitter. We are on Blue Sky now at Peter Shankman on Blue Sky. [asap is good; I know -Ed] We'll talk about this every episode, but any interesting guests, shoot us a note. We'd love to have them on as well. Stay safe, stay happy, have a great week andBy the time this comes out, it'll Probably be summer, so stay cool and we will talk soon.Thanks for listening, guys. — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!
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