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This Podcast is about an Alien (The Illegal Variety) trying to have his moment in the Sun in a society that rejects who he is based on where he comes from. A DREAMer, the term used to define individuals in the U.S. who were brought to the country at an early age without documentation but have assimilated to U.S. culture and have been educated by U.S. school systems.
165 Episodes
JAN 29, 2020: Don't be too alarmed if some problems you're having at home start to spill over into your social life. No harm will come of it. It's only natural that things that are important to you take center stage, especially when they aren't going quite right. You might be somewhat distracted during the day, but if you just give yourself some time here and there to process what you're going through, you'll feel your enthusiasm and positive thinking building slowly but surely throughout the day. Six hours after the news was released, Shaffir took to Twitter: “Kobe Bryant died 23 years too late today. He got away with rape because all the Hollywood liberals who attack comedy enjoy rooting for the Lakers more than they dislike rape. Big ups to the hero who forgot to gas up his chopper. I hate the Lakers. What a great day! #Fuckthelakers.” The Journal reached out to Aqua Talent Agency for comment. Shaffir, who resides in Los Angeles, is best known for his podcast “Skeptic Tank” and for his appearances on “Joe Rogan Experience.” His behavior in the past has been a cause for concern, as he garnered criticism for punching Bobby Lee in the face, and for drugging his good friend Bert Kreischer. He retweeted his tweet after an outpour of anger and threats came in from Bryant fans, then claimed he was “hacked.” On the morning of Jan. 28, he issued a statement via Instagram. “Every time a beloved celebrity dies, I post some horrible shit about them. I’ve been doing it for years now. I like destroying gods. And right when a famous person dies they’re at their most worshipped. So as a response to all the outpouring of sympathy on social media, I post something vile. It’s just a joke. I don’t really hate any of the people.
Here’s a look at some of the memorable games of Kobe Bryant vs. the Utah Jazz: Nov. 20, 1996 — Bryant’s first game against Utah came at The Forum in Los Angeles. At the time, no one knew the 18-year-old who had been drafted No. 13 by the Charlotte Hornets and traded to the Lakers would turn out to be one of the best players in NBA history. He scored just 11 points, making all three of his 3-point tries in 21 minutes off the bench. Unlike many players who were stars right from the start, Bryant only started six games in his rookie season. Dec. 4, 1996 — Utah’s first glimpse at Bryant was another forgettable performance as he played just 13 minutes in a 101-75 Lakers’ loss, scoring just eight points. May 12, 1997 — It was Game 5 of the playoffs and with Byron Scott out with an injury, Robert Horry having been ejected and Shaquille O’Neal fouled out, the Lakers turned to their rookie in the final minutes. But he came up miserably, not only missing four shots in clutch time, but air-balling them, including two 3-pointers, one that could have tied the game in Utah’s series-clinching win. He finished 4 for 14 from the field and 0 for 6 from 3-point range. Years later, Bryant said of those misses, “It was an early turning point for me in being able to deal with adversity, deal with public scrutiny and self-doubt. At 18 years old, it was gut-check time. It helped shape me.” Nov. 1, 2001 — In a 105-101 Lakers’ victory at the Delta Center, Bryant scored 39 points on 11-of-22 from the field and 16-of-19 from the line, while dishing out eight assists. Three nights later in Los Angeles, he nearly matched those numbers with 38 points on 13-of-21 shooting and 12-of-15 from the line in another 4-point L.A. victory. Dec. 8, 2002 — Bryant had his high assist night against Utah with 14 assists in a 110-101 victory in which he also had five steals and 25 points. He matched that 11 years later with 14 assists to go with 14 points in an 18-point win over the Jazz. Nov. 30, 2006 — The Jazz came into this game as one of the best teams in the Western Conference at 13-3 with Carlos Boozer, Deron Williams and Andrei Kirilenko. But behind Bryant, the Lakers lit up the Jazz in a 132-102 victory, as Bryant poured in 52 points, making 19 of 26 from the field, including a pair of 3-pointers and 12 of 15 from the foul line. May 4, 2008 — In the first game of the second round of the playoffs, Bryant led the Lakers to a 109-98 victory as he made 21 of 23 free throws on his way to 38 points. In his other games of the series, he scored 34, 34, 33, 26 and 34 as the Lakers took a 4-2 series win over Utah. Jan. 11, 2011 — Bryant scored 40 points and hit all 11 free throws, including the clinching foul shots in the final seconds of a 90-87 overtime win. March 28, 2016 — His final appearance in Utah was one to forget, as Bryant scored just five points on 1-of-11 shooting, including 0-for-4 from long range in a 48-point L.A. loss. Two months earlier in his second-to-last game in Utah, he also scored just five points on 2-of-8 shooting. April 13, 2016 — In his final game against Utah, or anyone in the NBA for that matter, Bryant saved his best for last, scoring 60 points to lead the Lakers to a come-from-behind victory. It did take him a career-high 50 shots to get there as he made 22 field goals, including six 3-pointers and added 10 of 13 from the foul line. JAN 28, 2020: No matter where you go or who you talk to today, you're sure to make a very good impression on all the right people. This is a great time to move your social life into more exotic and stimulating territory. Are you ready to meet some fabulous new people? Sure, you might be perfectly happy with the people in your life right now, but a stranger on the scene has some interesting skills to teach you. You should definitely let them share what they know.
JAN 27, 2020: You should start working on the idea of romance today. If you're missing romance in your life right now, add some! Another person isn't necessary to achieve this, you know. You can romance yourself! Take yourself out, treat yourself to a spa day, or buy yourself flowers. If you have someone in your life, be sure to do what you can to make them feel special. Let them know how much they mean to you. After all, they can't read your mind! Kobe Bryant, the NBA MVP who had a 20-year career with the Lakers, was killed Sunday when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed and burst into flames in the hills above Calabasas. His daughter Gianna, 13, was also on board and died along with seven others.
Just a Friday morning rant after getting no sleep after a stressful week... JAN 24, 2020: You thought you totally understood your feelings about a recent encounter, but confusion might swim to the surface again today. Having doubts about what happened is fine, but don't make any changes based on your doubts. It's a waste of time. What's done is done. If your feelings are starting to change, there's nothing you can do but accept it and keep moving forward. The impression you left is the one that will stay, and you don't have to apologize for it.
Just remembering the basketball coaches bias towards athleticism... JAN 22, 2020: Your opinions have extra weight right now, so vocalize them loudly and proudly if you really want to make some changes in your world. Get involved, and when someone says something that you don't agree with, speak up! You should not be surprised when others join you in battle. After all, you're right, aren't you?! This is the start of a new and exciting phase in your life when you're finally realizing how much power you have to create the world you want!
JAN 16, 2020: If you're feeling extra sensitive or emotional right now, don't fight it. Turn to your family for the comfort you need. Even just a short phone call could make you feel much better. Don't worry if you're experiencing some sad feelings. It's nothing to be concerned about. You're an imperfect human, and it's a healthy thing to process all your feelings, both the positive "it's going to be a great day" feelings and the negative "I don't want to get out of bed" feelings.
JAN 15, 2020: You have excellent self-control right now, but are you using it for the right reasons? Resisting temptation is a good way to use this strength you have, but subjugating your emotions is not. Controlled anger is still anger, make no mistake about it. You have got to let your emotions out today. Step right up to that person you've been avoiding and get things out into the open. Avoiding the topic isn't a sign that you're in control of your life.
JAN 14, 2020: Socialize as much as you can today, in every arena. There's always a way to connect with other people, whether you're sitting in a waiting room, standing in line, or taking notes in an important work meeting. Exposing yourself to a lot of unfamiliar energy will feed your curiosity. How do other people think? Contact with others will also give you new ideas on how to deal with your own issues. There are a lot of fun conversations to be had. Go out and have them!
JAN 7, 2020: The best lesson you learn today won't be found in the same old place. You're going to have to move as far outside your comfort zone as you can stand to go in order to get the nutritious input that your brain is hungry for. Experimentation is the key to keeping yourself sharp right now, so branch out and try out a few new tricks you've been toying with. Through trial and error, you will eventually perfect your technique and establish a whole new best practice.
DEC 31, 2019: It is never too late to make a good impression on someone whose opinion you value. Do not give up if the last few times you encountered this person you were not exactly having a shining moment. No one is perfect all of the time—not even you! Today, when you get some face time with them, don't put a lot of pressure on yourself to blow their socks off. Just be yourself. Engage them in some friendly conversation, listen attentively, and they'll be impressed. Asshole white truck loitering in the neighborhood...
DEC 30, 2019: An exciting, vibrant energy is coming into your world today—to amplify its effect, you should put yourself out there. Get yourself into a situation that isn't completely comfortable for you—you will be able to master it. Intimidated by the cool clique? Sidle up and say hi. Anxious about getting on the elevator with your recent crush? Tell them to hold the doors! Hop in and start some small talk. No matter how daunting the situation today, you'll rise to the occasion.
just discussing some scam like business practices that only Joey Diaz could teach (Podcasting awards and the Podcasters clubhouse)
DEC 26, 2019: You and a friend make a very good combination, and other people are starting to notice it. Be prepared to take on a higher profile and a lot more responsibility. (But remember that you will have to share both the work and the credit.) In your personal life, you are entering an enduring phase of harmony. Everyone in your group of friends seems to be in sync, and you all are going to be having a great time together, no matter what you're doing.
DEC 23, 2019: Someone who you thought was on your side, and whom you've been relying on as a confidant, might be acting as a double agent in a relatively trivial caper. If you've been planning an event for a friend, resist the urge to delegate too much to someone who seems just a little bit too eager to help. This person may have an ulterior motive. While you shouldn't doubt the people you love and trust, be a bit wary of people who haven't yet proved themselves to you.
my indigenous Aztec-Mayan-Inca Past life and new star wars rise of the Skywalker movie... DEC 20, 2019: Unleash your naturally warm nature today, and everyone you meet will greet you with a bright smile and a hearty hello. Friendly folks are going to send good vibes your way, which will put some strong winds in your sail and help you toward the end of the day, when your energy might start to fade. It may help you to know that behind the scenes, things are really picking up. You may not be aware of it, but all signs are pointing toward a definite success.
ranting about being disrespected and used as a crutch by employees as an information technology employee
your favorite day to hump, but I have to work...
omw to work on this 18 degree farenheit day acting like everything is okay
Short podcast today because I want to listen to Smile Bitch by Lil Duval before work:
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