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Plus governor of automotive alliance London and so good Kevin Smith was written.
Director of numerous films included in margin -- -- clerks chasing Amy dogma -- stated.
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That could work but as of Smith disease -- because critics of the usually equated my name with that -- words -- It works in this instance of the book -- advice from a fat lazy slob or did drugs who say hey man as the fighting words.
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Very much so I don't no -- with a well we don't hang -- when I watch the X-Files and cried on the truth is out there that's -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I got that guy and orderly sects of Baghdad but I want to hear that uses like someone made at its files jokes are -- -- that that would don't.
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That's very tough for not only -- to read your parents want high quality involved tell what it is.
Without saying what it is I -- -- -- you -- while it talks about his father's testicles contests -- -- That's not -- class -- from as we all came from my dad's put everyone came from their dad's and that I hadn't received their due gas -- you know they haven't saddened him but none of them -- or shout out to depths testicle -- -- -- lionized in print house did and I I talk about the fact that.
As much as I'm sure he enjoys having them in print that can take it much further but it has to do with my mother and that she saw that part of the books yes fishing goes.
What's it about occidental their -- who has written -- book she was about as soon as little as five years my life.
One -- -- red state and Bruce Willis and selfless airlines everything in a nutshell.
-- a -- the first chapter.
It's pretty much all about -- -- and she goes on that's so sweet knows where can't wait till she reads it is uses like sweet it's about dad's testicles but it's important I think it's.
How important German brewery came from and that's where it came from literally what do the income.
-- must -- my dad passed sadly what he seemed to dig me quite a bit.
I never had that file conversation on all right man here at the end did you really like me and him go like no we you know he did he tell you likely to be in the movies.
When I was -- kid kind of trained me.
To be what I became even though he was never -- -- one day you'll Wear funny clothes and try to be funny for living like that mom's still around.
She lives in Florida I just saw -- we did a show in Orlando last week -- and -- news to a live podcast objects on Bob -- -- on the road last week we were down -- Orlando and she went to the show and in other shows very frank and candid and -- -- and then allowed blue language and she's used to -- -- now on the beginning.
My -- give very -- aloha don't how could you do this reflects so poorly on -- people think every you to -- And she didn't my mother was a non cursor you know she wouldn't say hell should be the woman -- -- -- HE double hockey sticks and now it's a real long time -- Equate that with a picture -- to be like -- -- costs worked so she's issue cursing wasn't really encouraged in my home but.
I saw Carlin at Carnegie when I was eleven years old senator -- old.
And George Carlin still remains the smartest person I've ever met or ever seen in the world let -- I got to work with -- meet later on.
When I saw that special -- is a do is absolutely brilliant an amazing satirist.
A forward thinker -- one of the most original minds we've ever seen in this country if not the world.
And he would curse like a sailor.
Like this man was respected and respectable but he had no problem dropping the F bombs and one not usually -- As lazy only lazy people do that George Carlin was not lazy was brilliant and so for -- -- -- like of this guy.
Can that we can work salty language -- -- whatever he's doing and and and not feel like dumber because of that are -- the actually elevates it to an art form.
And that's what I would like to do I don't look up to people like.
You know football players are politicians on but he did -- -- when I was a kid I looked up to people like him as the distance free.
Stern people like who got to like basically be themselves for a living open up their -- and talk and create theater of the mind create imagery for people.
Through the words and one not so that's something that always captured my imagination and my awaits all that was film again I don't know how to get there are certainly make -- films and it opened up the door to doing stuff like standing out there are talking about the work or years later it's like you got enough people like -- -- start podcasting in the fall that we do -- as you know.
It's broadcast out -- so.
He George Carlin I would say pave the way for me whenever anybody says like I -- -- you curse a much was my mother some time on the really point to -- like George Carlin curses tire life.
And he was a genius so I'm emulating genius.
There's like a regular on this program an average army would come on.
He bring his computer whether.
And it said -- and always was prepared to the Max likely -- -- prepared every every time we rely on veterans tell me like there was a lot of his -- real special.
He he's he was.
I remember once we are rehearsing on dogma and we -- in the room with a whose -- Ben Affleck Matt Damon Linda Fiorentino is there and well -- -- reversing a scene that we're playing with several hundred companies management like crazy a look at ma'am I -- Our famous people but anyway -- in the room and -- between rehearsal moments one now we're -- just like grab and drank Evans spoke what -- Europe to bubble book.
And so we did -- that particular moment we all turn our attention on George really what you have to know what's next he's like I'm getting ready for the next HBO show.
Like how is it what is he got a -- -- you wanna -- it was again anyone do -- he's like for started it's a good five minute that we're going to do it till it goes okay.
Stands up -- Jesus begins.
Advertising -- that piece that he did first time I heard it has he wouldn't do it for another year in concert or something like that.
And it was magical it was like watching composer.
Go to work and one.
And he what became clear is -- is a writer first and foremost.
Wrote everything down and then memorized it -- fantastic at memorizing that show when you see George are doing stand up special on HP over the years.
That whole thing is not an -- just extent -- -- -- coming.
He wrote everything memorize and get a comes out of markets just occurring to them at that moment he was a genius -- -- a day goes by -- on this and I can't say like we were the best of friends but.
He was in my life for a little while and even before he was in my life he was in my life and influenced me -- very rare.
That you can meet and work with the person that put you on the path whether they knew they did it or not it was a special time for me -- would talk about in the book as well.
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