A highlight from PTSD Special | PTSD Awareness Month 2021


Okay one two three four five six seven eight nine ten sometimes. It's really hard for me to do. I don't know i'm dyslexic. But yeah the counting. Like because i always get nervous. I don't know what my next number is. I'm gonna say your number. You should see the military barracks the first couple days of well actually all throughout basic training. When you're they make you call out numbers way for so the count off. How many people are in the squatter in that floor. Whatever oh yeah so you have to count off your number going next which is typically perfectly fine but you just. Oh my god the amount of people that up. Yeah birds are comes next. There's some social behind it because you're in a group of people and it's like i get to especially if it's like non linear numbers if you're saying like you know groups of three every third person is going to be in this group. You know one two three one two three and then you get nervous because you're trying to think of your number and then the person before he says the number because you forget it starts over again so yeah yeah but these guys are just counting up like they just have to say the next number higher than the last guy that's it it's not hard last guy says eighteen. Their numbers nineteen. I know i kind of sympathize with them. Because i was the one that i had a hard time counting to get our audio sinked so the way that we do our show is that we record our audio separately. And because i'm in l. a. And you're in florida. And so we basically individually record our our audios and so we have to sink it up somewhere and post so the way we do is we take turns counting so like i say one. We'll says two and three back and forth. And then that way. When i go into audio it's nice and easy to sync everything back up because it's like you you couldn't you couldn't like clap like you would normally do if he recording. Because you know every everything you were. Recording on set is in the same room so you can clap and it will be sync together. But we can't really do that because there's a lag between our our voice communications in from here in florida so this is the way we can deal with that that latency. Yeah it's easy and simple and it's so easy that so much easier to do it this way then. I have no idea how we did it before. I mean you could tell it. You can listen to some of the things that we're kind of off know. We do our best every time we trying their best to you. What's up guys. Welcome to this episode of uncovered cinema. I'm brian will and today. We think we're taking a break from movies really well. We're still staying on movies but you know it's june. It's it's pride month and so we're talking about gay guys. No but it's also i mean. Of course we gotta we gotta so love for problem gig but yeah we're it's also ptsd awareness month and then is uniquely the thing that kind of bonds us together is is both of our traumas and stuff. We've found a friendship through that even though we grew up with each other. It's just yeah. There was about twenty years windsor subject. And now we're gonna come back and and kinda supporting each other of it so it's important to us and and talked about. What is it called the woman in the window. One of net flicks is movies. That came out for a few weeks ago. And we just one of the criticisms was how bad it addressed people of of having mental disabilities or disorders. And we didn't feel like it was accurately highlighting are bringing awareness to these kind of issues and the agoraphobia. That that woman fell is also you know kind of Ruinous it of of people. Ptsd it's it's actually brought on by symptom of ptsd. So i i kinda had my girl phobic phase as well where. I didn't wanna leave the house for quite some time. And i'm actually really. I'm not really looking at this looking forward to this episode because one thing guys on do is convey motions very well and i think i think at the end of this. I'm going to be pretty much exhausted. But what's going on with you.

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