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Jim Breuer's Hilarious Father's Day Message

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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June 17, 2022 2:15 pm

Jim Breuer's Hilarious Father's Day Message

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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June 17, 2022 2:15 pm

Saturday Night Live Alum Jim Breuer remains one of my favorites of all the interviews I've done. 

With all the craziness in the world, we could use a laugh - so I'm resharing. Please take a moment to laugh again with us for this heartfelt and hilarious interview

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Wispy Roseburg with over the good of all the interviews of the Lord over the years, this one has to be one of my all time favorites. It is with Saturday night live alone and home improvement Jim Brewer and Crispin movies instead of coming all that for years and a great story with his father, who he cared for, even on the road while doing his show the thought, share that with you for father, so you also shared the Count of Monte disco himself. John Butler with the Susa longtime producer of the show in a valuable part of our team. Happy Father's Day and if you enjoy this, send it on to family friends going to love this and it still touches well and make John one of the commitments that I may mustard the show was to bring in individuals who have a great outlook on life caregiving relationships, family, and a lot of humor and I reached into your vault John that what is your childhood heroes who shaped you as a young John you're one of his biggest fans. And this is Jim Brewer people knowing from all over the country and the world and from Saturday Night Live home improvement tons of comedy stuff, you know what everybody is affected by this issue be the caregiver and Jim is no exception. Except eat little bit different subject, welcome to the show and I'm so glad you're here with us you embraced something different.

You took care your father for long time. You really should be dead was so fabulous and it's been talked about a lot, but I want you to share with our audience of what happened because not only did you serve as a caregiver for him and in his later time. But you guys an act together going really grown-up and completely different about my income dark ball all that World War II era had 10 brothers and sisters. Mom died by the time he was three, and then by the time he was always talking World War II for threescore years and then and in his life wasn't pretty. And the more I the more I learned about that and realize that man never complained day in life. I I think is one the greatest human fabric came across always, finding a going black and white but with the most heart things we put out. I guess you don't understand now.

I thought what I want to thank if it would work break up. I just thought so got hit by car. I lost a lot while that's sucks all you have something up. I mean that years ago when he passed away like so we thought okay now what is MoveOn.when you decided to go with the comedy that given his background. Let me that's the greatest generation that's a different world and you're going into comedy how that conversation go in a lot, I came to him (19 irony wanted to go on the comedy Artie dabbled in it already dabbled in acting. I love acting and then they moved to Florida and I kind of lost direction and I finally know what my destination definition is not to call back and have an education adjust. Not me and when I finally made that and I went there, my mom had a heart attack, but my father was the one that you listen to me young and you go after your dream. I never had that chance.

The last thing you want life to be your late 20s and 30s in the resent that you never went after you drink, you do it now. You go for it and not that I'll never forget that moment.

Quite honestly, what the conversationalist I think that was one of maybe six conversations I have it in my life and what conversations want to come for what he conversation and that that altered no big start of my life and and then I knew my parents were older so I felt horrible leaving them like leaving children, even I knew they were okay.

They were hidden 70s by the time I was getting out a house down in Florida and it was I I always want him on the road with me.

The early 90s I always have them.

Part of my life but my mom and dad and when I got Senate live and fly them up and he was so whiny when I introduce them to people all he cared about was this guy drink beer and hang out our health club. I mean it went from the best thing about Lita Sylvester Stallone.

You gotta do that. It was just mean. I mean like I entered the Loney home and hope they think I quite lock it think he's any else I doubt it. I should look into it and then he was. He now all day. Thank you for that alone, and Stallone would box a great man.

I really I really admire that man and he told amazing stories that my dad is dying to meet World War II that you to go try site.

I get that alone Alone like that because you call me at school will want to move my car got Place in Florida that I'm plotting lot. We would like the Hollywood Florida say I know I got else when you're at the Elks club looked at him and a look at me like you know he was kidding but he could tell them. I think he wasn't kidding. Eddie, you oh okay yeah thanks for getting my pain I drank. I I make all mobile, local was plotted. Ali bought a goat you miss a beat Planet Hollywood $15 fee Artie makes such yes. Studies claim what is something I guess I'll bring unity Elks club business in five years, but you would that that's got to be so deeply meaningful to you to have those because the things that you don't have that interaction with him and and and I love the fact that you not working out your angst on stage you celebrate this man for who he was and that is so endearing I got. I learned so much like even that moment giving meeting documents thing and my back is what you think thing is mother name.

Now that's like state and each got a put it in the air. Great to yes. What taught me was in the day. It doesn't matter if your CEO you're the biggest star. Whatever the man whose credentials below yours away match yours on a different level and you know in whatever fate you're into.

I learned so much about you only talk about whatever Lord our God, you follow sacrifice men sacrifice the second bicycle life and there's a lot of us have family members that sacrifice their life. The books written about them. There's no you know altar made for them but who's to say what sacrifice is bigger than the other. I mean the man had no mother and kid abuses a kid watched within world war, watching people get main force to have to kill people.

I mean the in the day that the interest taught me so much about. It doesn't matter your CEO you're the president. The biggest star.

You're the biggest you don't have. You don't know what you have, over the person living right next to you and and that person could have been a greater success. A greater person than you are just not glorified for that. That is beautiful and she is his health started to decline, and you stepped into the role of caregiver. What were some things get in your heart. During that time was the hardest thing the hardest thing honestly would not watching him struggle soiling himself drop and infuse without make comedy about.

I mean I think my next book is going be the top 10 cities. My father cropped himself. I'm not even. You know at least 10 cities where gagging in the bathroom, a five star hotel and ended in the American airline club that enforcement way, but work for me was to see him defeated so I knew he was different even on many levels going to elderly lose their car defeated emotionally and they think they know all this is this is you take a big chunk out of what is this is really happening. This is really happening yet. He said things to me like I think my days are numbered and I was before his dementia really take to remember that that my days are numbered, and I went out of my way to tour. Think how much it cost to bring with them. I lost money by hiring a tour bus and I think hair just to meet it meant more to be there. I don't want him alone to go through this and begged God please God make sure I'm there and what those great but I remember one time he dropped the play with seeing we just landed in all, please please play fair going out half-light we land hacking and he looks at me because i gotta go please just hold it okay and i held it like when you smell that diaper in outlook it i knew was and i'm looking for the baby. a cockroach that kid is you don't looking at you for a fact there 13.

this will see this is why this is what i wanted you on the show so much jill because you bring such a heart to this and you could tell that your your great love for your father this thing and so many people get resentful there there doing what you did but the dude with clinched fist and you're doing it with a grieving heart i get tears coming down your face but your laughing at the same time because you love this man so much and you respect them and and i can't tell you how grateful i am that you share liberty your heart. we were better, but i want to make sure talk about little things that you are doing right now your big time baseball fan big-time base after it started. i started to submit three Wrapped every mets game.

i would put every cabinet really kind of cool knowledge.

as noted, make the world series that year would why every game became even bigger viewership and i did it last year, even though only the direct man. what part of the whole community of baseball fan washington for a great family just want to get into it.

out west seattle.

i've always different fan and i think you like to be really cool for everyone else try to make a recap by the end of the year. we can start her own little espn and run by the fan like i back with what the atlanta that won the fan in a recap guide doesn't lanna and i was more fascinated listening to him talk about the braves and each player than any espn would analyze like wow such a great band point of view and i went there has to be, so i created that all in group bre.

you and people go on that site and in the next month i will be looking at certain recap picking people call him up and creating some online network which now there's two different networks that like hey we really want to get involved with this. is this a great idea. i wanted think it's awesome. it's awesome to be a mets fan sitting there talking to a national stand court can't stand billy fan and i'm out again with the parade and was just talking face all and it it's a pretty awesome community so i hope more people get involved to put your videos up at at all that on the website, your bats, balls of brew that's bre you.com john that was, that balls and brew group.com.

it will have that out there and the gym. we only got just a couple seconds. love you bring such a hard thing and people need to hear this. it's okay to celebrate even the crappy things literally the crappy things going on.

it's okay because were celebrating the life of someone we love. yes it's painful. yes, it's hard yes or heartbreaks do all these things but we also are celebrating this thing and you done that.

just one less thing to somebody to take care of their dad right now what what what your heart to the thing get angry can't take personal, it is your parents but when you don't and circle of life which they don't teach you in school circle. life is your child, you nurtured then you go on your journey.

you create your family.

however, your parents are not so strong bold they now deteriorate, they become children and your next cycle. if you're strong enough to do is take care of you can't get angry at them because they don't have the strength or they don't have the emotional drive. knowing the deceased soon you have to step out of that personal realm and realize with thereat life and step up to help them last last little thing for you as a caregiver.

what was something that you specifically did just to protect your own heart of this thing to be quite switch to telling people stories because ann and Mike) if you don't have friends that can make you laugh you're doing it your ear doomed you cannot heart ache is a part of life.

but the greatest healing is laughter. anyone said for someone it there and laugh about, you know, pooping yourself in, i mean that that is hard to deal with. but when you have people bus in each other's jobs and you need that laughter.

you need that person. that's cold, funny, and knows how to get it needed.

the best that be in the world to get you through it all the perfect note in the saw jim brewer. everyone we've known for years on stage, but now you see his heart. do you see what i wanted on the show. this show is all about that bringing a little bit of laughter little lightheartedness and and wrap in our arms around you all as caregivers is best we can, because i need you to do that for me as well for all of us together were going to strung together with a laugh together with grief together, but we are doing to help the place and jim brewer shows how to do that little bit better today. my question is to anybody that comes in my circle house is going to help me take care of my wife with severe disabilities and if it if it doesn't strengthen me, and if it doesn't equip me to better do that to get out of the way, i modified some of the can you help me to do that today, just by letting my heart and i'm extremely grateful.

jim and and i'll have this up on the website will have it for. this is a father's day show.

please know you have my drink i got up please reach out. i love i live i live for me.

my passion heart is there.

i'll do all the work you have john, john, you shake john's adult life, which i think you probably on the face of georgia. i apologize that i am really glad because you're not spam. this is why i love baseball myself really on. glad your misfit said very few people ever. i know i'm a fan boss is listening to your busy guide you got ago and i'm going to run it will be a caregiver myself here and think like you and larry the cable guy for your


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